Pakistan Navy successfully test-fires torpedoes, anti-ship guided missiles
KARACHI: Chief of Naval Staff (CNS), Admiral Asif Sandila while expressing his satisfaction over war preparations of the Pakistan Navy, has said that the navy is determined to be all time prepared to deal with any challenges posed to the national security, ARY News reported.
Pakistan Navy conducted fire-power exercises in the North of Arabian Sea on Saturday, in order to check the effectiveness of Navy’s state-of-the-art weaponry and the ability of precisely hitting the targets.
During the exercises, Pakistan Navy fired torpedoes from Agosta 90B Class Submarine and anti-ship guided missiles from Navy’s fast attack missile craft.
The Spokesperson of the Pakistan Navy told that all the weapons successfully hit the targets in today’s exercises.
Naval Chief, Admiral Asif Sandila witnessed the entire process from different fleet units and expressed his satisfaction over the war preparations of the Pakistan Navy.
Moreover, he congratulated the Navy personnel for conducting successful missile tests.