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    Pak Author - Ghauri missile is Korean made


    The Nation - This missile game


    Pakistan launched the 'Ghauri' missile from village Nathwala with the missile heading towards arid Baluchistan (Nokundi). I had wished to see the test but no such permission could be granted as a regular Corps HQ (Mangla) apparently had the security responsibilities. I asked for the details later from Dr AQ Khan (NI and Bar), and he sent me an album of the firing but no technical details such as vital ballistic parameters and the technical configuration of the missile et al.
    I have studied sometimes back the hard-cash starved North Korean's No-Dong Missile and I feel that the performance of Ghauri as it then appeared in the press is fairly identical to the North Korean missile, and I thought Ghauri (and even the Iranian Shahab series of equal range) are in fact derivatives or reverse engineered copies of the North Korean stuff. I'm not sure of the latest launch. http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/biggthumb.gif

    I am finally no one to advise the two countries who are on the brink of war to stop missile testing - but I think that the Indians have a slight edge over Pakistan due to their improved infrastructure and basic lead in the field of ballistic missiles, such as satellite technologies (SLVs) and the UAVs et al. http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/ok.gif
    So, the truth about the "tests" is slowly coming out http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/hehe.gif

    #2
    so what?

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      #3
      When it will fall on Indian cities...it wont be written on it whether it was Pakistani, Chinese or Korean made. http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/hehe.gif

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        #4
        Zaavia,

        Many Pakistanis here seemed to be proud of their "indigenous" missile. In fact only the Green Paint is indigenous http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/hehe.gif

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          #5
          What ever the case is...but it would still be better than your indigenious Russian missiles. http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/hehe.gif

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            #6
            First of all, here in the United States, all the news channels - and newspapers - have said that the missile is Pakistani-made. Second, you can't just "copy" or order a missile through a magazine, or an infomercial. If it was Korean made it would have been announced formerly, and Musharraf has no reason to lie.

            Lastly, any missile that Pakistan has is better than the infamous Russian-made Indian missiles. Same thing for airplanes: India has the Russian MIGs, and it crashes one almost every month; Pakistan has the American F-16s, French Mirage-IIIs(Mirage Series), and also the F-6s and F-7s. You dont hear about them crashing frequently.

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              #7
              It is illegal to transfer ballistic missiles so no, you can't announce that on TV.

              Pakistan's scientific and industrial infrastructure is weak and becuase of Jihaids and their madrassha, it getting even weaker.

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                #8
                Originally posted by JimmyC:
                Pakistan's scientific and industrial infrastructure is weak and becuase of Jihaids and their madrassha, it getting even weaker.
                But the Green paint factory is working over time http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/hehe.gif

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                  #9
                  >>Pakistan has the American F-16s, <<<

                  Didn't Amreeka already banned sales of F16s to Pakistan?

                  Even after 911 and War On Terrorism Partner yada, yada your Amreekan Uncles have not waived the Pressler Amendement!! http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/eek.gif http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/eek.gif http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/eek.gif

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                    #10
                    Despite all this, the Indian Hinduvta leadership did not have the bottle to carryout their threats of 'decisive battle' http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/smile.gif

                    Why so afraid, surely the green paint cannot harm anyone http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/smile.gif

                    Get ready to hear the crap from the rape advocating Indians that Pakistan is doing what they want http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/smile.gif

                    Pakistani military infrastructure is still aroud, and will be around to defend the motherland. Hinduvta leadership knows that no matter how much they spend on weapons, no matter how advanced their systems, they will never have the bottle to attack Pakistan as long these green painted missiles carry nuclear weapons.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by JimmyC:
                      It is illegal to transfer ballistic missiles so no, you can't announce that on TV.

                      Pakistan's scientific and industrial infrastructure is weak and becuase of Jihaids and their madrassha, it getting even weaker.
                      Jimmy, obviously you havent been besides the army... All you think is that the army has religious men devoted to Jihad only... This is not the case, the army is running the best technical university of Pakistan... www.nust.edu.pk and thats a great achievement, asiaweek/cnn rank it as the best univ in Pakistan...

                      So under these ppl, the infrastructure is building...

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                        #12
                        THe only nation which had a truly indeginious missile production was Germany...every other nation has copied designs and improved them...

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                          #13
                          What about the Old worn out soviet junk that India paints? hahaha and now they are using Israeli drones, what a joke... That just proves how good you are at making stuff, and as for using it, we all know how good the IAF (suicidal) pilots are... hahaha

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                            #14
                            Now let me get this straight. One guy says it and it is not true and a fact. Whoa that way if i say the indian army sucks it must be true. I am one guy and i said something. It must be true now.

                            The guy is guessing. He didn't see the stats for the launch so how could he know? It is all home made. US says so itself, look at the past speechs by Rumsfeild and Powell when they were questioned about the security of Pak nukes. They said then it was created in Pakistan.

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                            You can't fix stupid. So might as well troll them!

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                              #15
                              The author of that article (EAS Bokhari) is prolly a nobody. He said in his own words:

                              I had wished to see the test but no such permission could be granted as a regular Corps HQ (Mangla) apparently had the security responsibilities. I asked for the details later from Dr AQ Khan (NI and Bar), and he sent me an album of the firing but no technical details such as vital ballistic parameters and the technical configuration of the missile et al.
                              I have studied sometimes back the hard-cash starved North Korean's No-Dong Missile and I feel that the performance of Ghauri as it then appeared in the press is fairly identical to the North Korean missile, and I thought Ghauri (and even the Iranian Shahab series of equal range) are in fact derivatives or reverse engineered copies of the North Korean stuff. I'm not sure of the latest launch.
                              Ofcourse, he wouldnt be allowed access to the testing area if he had no security clearance, which he prolly didnt. And he must have thought of himself highly, if he had expected the engineers to give him the ballistic parameters, configuration, accuracy
                              figures of the tested objects which is obviously classified. http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/biggrin.gif

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                              [This message has been edited by 5Abi (edited June 13, 2002).]
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