Pakistan Conducts Successful Launch of 'Fatah-II' Rocket System

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Pakistan Conducts Successful Launch of 'Fatah-II' Rocket System


Pakistan successfully launched the Fatah-II guided rocket system, capable of hitting targets up to 400 kilometers with high precision. This advanced system will enhance the reach and lethality of the country's artillery divisions.

On Wednesday, Pakistan successfully conducted a training launch of the Fatah-II guided multi-launch rocket system, according to an official statement from the army. This advanced system is capable of hitting targets with high precision up to a range of 400 kilometers.

The launch was part of efforts to refine the system's launch drills and procedures. The Fatah-II is equipped with a state-of-the-art navigation system, unique trajectory, and maneuverable features, enabling it to engage targets accurately and overcome missile defense systems.

The army has announced that the Fatah-II will be inducted into Pakistan's Artillery Divisions, enhancing the military's capability for precision engagement of deep targets. This induction is expected to significantly upgrade the reach and effectiveness of Pakistan's conventional weaponry.

The flight test was attended by senior army officers, scientists, and engineers. President Asif Ali Zardari, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, and senior army officials extended their congratulations to the participating troops and scientists for this achievement.

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