Pakistan version Eagle attack 62 shore ship missile unveiled accurately hit the sea target

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 Pakistan version Eagle attack 62 shore ship missile unveiled accurately hit the sea target


Zarb test photo (photo source: social media) Pakistan military personnel pose in front of the Zarb missile launch vehicle (source: social media) According to the Pakistan Associated Press reported on March 13th, the Pakistan Navy launched a land based anti-ship missile in the coastal area exercises conducted in March 10th. The Pakistan Navy said in a statement that the ground-based anti-ship missiles follow the predetermined trajectory and accurately hit the sea targets. But the model of the missile was not publicly tested. QUWA, the Pakistan defense research organization, said that, considering that the missiles that appeared during the exercise should have been in service for some time, the missile was likely to be a Zarb subgrade anti - ship missile that had been tested in April 2016. However, there has been no picture message since the launch of the barb series missile, which is often unveiled. Pakistan officials claim that the Zarb anti ship missile is the product of the imitation of Chinas eagle strike 62 missile system. But there are also rumors that Zarb is actually not an imitation, but imported from China. The reason is that there is a little difference between the imitation and the original, but Zarb is almost exactly the same as Eagle attack 62. Zarb missile (above) and Chinas original Eagle strike 62 (bottom) comparison chart Source: observer network: Yu Bao Chen editor: Li Hang _BJS4645