Pakistan Cyber Force: Pakistan successfully test fires Nuke-Capable Cruise Missile Hatf-VII (Babur)

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Friday, October 28, 2011

Pakistan successfully test fires Nuke-Capable Cruise Missile Hatf-VII (Babur)

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Cruise Missile Hatf – VII (Babur)
Pakistan on Friday conducted a successful test fire of the multi tube, indigenously developed Cruise Missile Hatf – VII (Babur) having a range of 700 kms. The missile test was conducted to validate the design parameters of the weapon system and a new Missile Launch Vehicle (MLV). According to ISPR, Babur Cruise Missile is low flying, terrain hugging missile with high maneuverability, pin point accuracy and radar avoidance features. It can carry both nuclear and conventional warheads and has stealth capabilities. It also incorporates the most modern cruise missile technology of Terrain Contour Matching (TERCOM) and Digital Scene Matching and Area Co-relation (DSMAC).

A special feature of today’s launch was the validation of a new multi tube Missile Launch Vehicle (MLV) during the test. The three tube MLV enhances manifold the targeting and deployment options in the conventional and nuclear modes. With its shoot-and-scoot capability, the MLV provides a major force multiplier effect for target employment and survivability. The test was witnessed by Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee. General Khalid Shahmeem Wynne, Director General Strategic Plans Division, Lieutenant General (Retired) Khalid Ahmed Kidwai, Commander Army Strategic Force Command, Lieutenant General Tariq Nadeem Gilani and Chairman National Engineering and Scientific Commission (NESCOM) Mr Muhammad Irfan Burney, senior officers and from the armed forces and strategic organizations, scientists and engineers. The test will consolidate Pakistan’s strategic deterrence capability and further strengthen national security.

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