Pakistan Navy successfully test fires anti-ship missiles and torpedoes

NationalPakistan Navy successfully test fires anti-ship missiles and torpedoes

KARACHI, Pakistan: In an impressive fire power display, the Pakistan Navy demonstrated the combat readiness and war fighting capabilities through Live Weapon Firing at the North Arabian Sea on Tueday.

The Anti-Ship Missiles & Torpedoes launched from the Pakistan Navy Submarines successfully engaged intended targets.

   

The Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi expressed satisfaction over the operational readiness of the Pakistan Navy Fleet.

The Naval Chief also commended officers and men for their commitment & professionalism.

Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi reassured the Pakistan Navy’s preparedness to thwart any aggression against Pakistan Maritime Frontiers.

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