Pak Army Inducts Locally Developed A-100 Rocket Into Its Artillery

Another arrow added to the quiver, as Pakistan Army has inducted A-100 rocket in Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) of its Artillery Corps.

Military’s media wing, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), made this announcement.

According to the ISPR, the A-100 artillery rocket is indigenously developed by the Pakistani scientists and engineers.


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“With over 100 kilometers’ range the Rocket is highly effective and potent for interdiction that can effectively disrupt enemy’s mobilization and assembly,” it added.

Chief of Army Staff General Qamad Bajwa, who was the chief guest at the induction ceremony, praised to scientists and engineers for developing A- 100 Rocket locally which shall augment the existing conventional firepower capabilities of Pakistan Army

General Bajwa, emphasized Pakistan Army’s resolve to strengthen conventional forces to meet the challenges of a full-spectrum threat. COAS said that the Pakistani defense industry has maintained steady progress in recent times and has contributed to the defense of Pakistan.

Via: ISPR


  • Location Wise Batao Parosi Mumalik K Kitni Cities / Areas Rang Main A Jayenge :

    • C

      Ye artillery rocket hai uncle, ICBM nahi hai jo 3 mulk door jaye. Short range rockets hotay hain artillery me.

  • Tech Boy

    I can’t believe it. I read this on Sunday and you are posting it on Wednesday. So Lazy. What are you guys doing? Playing counter strike on office PC?

    • Adnan

      Office PC? I think a couple of “self-proclaimed editors” are running this blog “part time”

  • Sami

    Kindly correct the headline. Pakistan Army don’t develop anything on their own. NDC, Wah Industries, Weapons Complex, NESCOM and other development institutes that are run by Civilian Scientists and engineers are the ones who develop these products for them. NDC has a workforce of around 10,000 Civilian engineers for this purpose.

    Politicians steel the credit of normal projects and Pak Army Generals steal the credit of educated engineers from NDC, PWC and other organizations. Politicians and Generals are the same when it comes to stealing the credit.

    • Where does it say that the Army developed it? It says it has been developed locally.