Pakistan F-22P from ships and other platforms deter enemy missiles
Pakistani military F-22P” Zulfiqar “frigate central installation of two four-mounted C-802 anti-ship missile launchers
network, according to Defense Review March 12, 2010 March 12 report, Pakistan’s navy, announced the success of Pakistan in the northern waters of the Arabian Sea from surface ships, submarines and aircraft test-fired new missiles and torpedoes, their weapons systems lethality, accuracy and combat effectiveness were evaluated.
the tests from F-22P frigates anti-ship missiles fired from the P-3C “Orion” anti-submarine patrol aircraft fired air-to-ship missiles, as well as from the “Agosta” 90B submarine submarine-launched anti-ship missiles. Pakistan Navy has not publicly missile and torpedo range and technical details. Pakistani officials said in a statement: “The Pakistan Navy weapons test in the examination of Homeland Security, defense capability, but also to cherish any evil attempts on Pakistan’s national issue deterrent signal.”
India and Pakistan the two hostile countries in South Asia, have fought three wars, including two because of the sovereignty of Kashmir dispute. Since 1998 nuclear test since the two countries regularly conduct missile tests. February 2010, the Indian state of Orissa in the eastern provinces of the successful launch of Wheeler Island near the sea can carry nuclear warheads, “Agni-III” (AGNI-III) surface to surface missiles, the missile has a range over 3,000 km. Pakistan’s military, including nuclear-capable short-range, medium-and long-range missiles. (China Shipping Information Center Jiaochun Kun)