Pakistan Navy successfully tests surface to sea missile
KARACHI, MAR 16, (DNA) – Pakistan Navy on Thursday carried out a successful test of surface to sea missile.
Sources at Pakistan Navy revealed that the trial was conducted from the coastal region and the missile, which was equipped with modern technology and avionics, accurately hit the target in the sea.
The successful missile test was witnessed by Vice Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Khan Hasham Bin Saddique and other senior officers of Pakistan Navy.
At the occasion, Admiral Saddique praised the successful trial of the surface to sea missile and acclaimed the hard work and efforts of all those behind the accomplishment.
Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Mohammad Zakaullah, in his message congratulated the officers and the crew and added that the weapon system has added a new dimension to the operational jurisdiction of Pakistan Navy.
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