Karachi: The Pakistan Navy and PAF successfully experimented the long-range anti-ship cruise missile.
Both the Pak Navy and PAF had successfully tested the anti-ship cruise missile from air-to-sea and from sea surface to sea surface. According to the Navy spokesman, Air Force Marshal Sohail Aman and Pak Navy Chief Admiral Zafar Mahmood were also present on the occasion. According to spokesman Navy, firing range had performed at the end of the Naval practice ‘Rabat’. In which the FAF fired the missile from JF-17 Thunder. While the Pak Navy fired the missile from F-22 P Warship. The Pak Navy had named F-22 P as PNS-Saif. The spokesperson said that the PNS-Saif fired sea-to-sea missile C 802. While JF17 Thunder also hit the target with the same missile from Air-to-Sea.
PAF chief Sohail Aman and Naval Chief Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi observed the missile test. While they were present in the PNS-Nasar. The Navy spokesman said that both missiles have hit their targets successfully. According to the spokesman, the missile test is a definitive statement of Pak Navy and Pak Air Force capabilities.
Pak Navy Admiral, Zafar Mahmood said that Pak Navy and Air Force are capable of protecting the borders of the country. On this occasion, Navy and Pak Air Force also presented a spectacular demonstration of Joint Fly-Past.