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Significance of Locally Developed Fatah-1 Guided Multi Launch Rocket (GMLRS) For PAKISTAN ARMY:
PAKISTAN ARMY has recently test fired the locally developed Fateh-1 Guided Multi-Launch Rocket System (MLRS) with the maximum reported range of 140 Kilometers.
The test fired from an undisclosed location. PAKISTAN ARMY Media Wing Head DG ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar did not elaborate the specification and further details of the indigenously developed Fatah-1 Multi-Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) for PAKISTAN ARMY.
What is Multi Launch Rocket System?
The Multi Launch Rocket System (MLRS) is basically a type of rocket artillery that contain multiple rockets assembled and fired from the same platform.
The rockets fired from MLRS are self-propelled and have different capabilities and a longer effective range than the conventional artillery shell.
The use of the Multi Launch Rocket System (MLRS) helps to break hell on the adversary by striking different rockets in multiple rapid successions.
Significance of Fatah-1 Guided Multi Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) for PAKISTAN:
There is a lot of significance of Fatah-1 Guided Multi Launch Rocket System (GMLRS for PAKISTAN and PAKISTAN ARMY.
Although, PAKISTAN ARMY did not elaborate the type of guidance system, but it is thought that the guidance system is either BeiDou or GPS inertial Navigation System.
Distance of indian air force strategic bases from PAKISTAN:
PAKISTAN ARMY has tested the Fatah-1 Guided Multi Launch Rocket System (MLRS) with a reported range of 140 Kilometers.
This 140 Kilometers range capable Fatah-1 GMLRS has a significant tactical and strategic importance. This is so, because majority of indian air force strategic air force bases falls within this range.
Distance of Strategically Important air force stations of indian air force:
Please check the following important information:
- Distance of Fort Abbas (PAKISTAN) to Bikaner Air Force Station (india): 130 Kilometers
- Distance of Lahore (PAKISTAN) to Adampur Air Force Station (india): 125 Kilometers
- Distance of Berwala (PAKISTAN) to Sirsa Air Force Station (india): 140 Kilometers
- Distance of Haveli Lakha (PAKISTAN) to Bhatinda Air Force Base (india): 100 Kilometers
- Distance of Qasur (PAKISTAN) to Halwara Air Force Station: 120 Kilometers
- Distance of Shakargarh (PAKISTAN) to Pathankot Air Force Station: 45 Kilometers
- Distance of Murree (PAKISTAN) to Srinagar Air Force Station: 130 Kilometers
It means that all the important strategic Air Force bases of indian air force falls within the range of recently launched Fatah-1 Guided Multi Launch Rocket System (GMLRS). In case of any misadventure, PAKISTAN ARMY can easily annihilate all the strategic air force bases of indian air force in a matter of minutes.
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