Advanced patrol aircraft and the latest automated drones have been included in the Pakistan Navy fleet.
A ceremony for the induction of new aviation assets was held in Pakistan in which the latest patrol aircraft and set of advanced automated drones have been included in the Pakistan Nave fleet.
Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi was invited as the chief guest of honor of the event.
In addition to this, Government agencies and top officials of the Pak Navy had also participated in the event.
Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi said while addressing the ceremony, “the addition of modern and equipped aircraft in the naval fleet will enhance the capabilities of Pak Navy.”
He also said, “The addition of these aircraft will also expand the operations of Special Forces.”
He further said, “Pakistan naval aviation has made the country proud by detecting Indian submarines in the critical circumstances that had happened after the Pulwama attack.”
Pak Navy spokesperson has expressed his opinion that the Naval Chief has emphasized his men to take full advantage of these modern weapons and play a significant role in the naval defense of the country.
He also that the addition of more automated drones is also a part of Pak Navy’s future projects to make maritime operations better.