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Pak army acquires high-tech defence system from China: ISPR

The Pakistan Army has inducted an air defence system to track aerial targets from longer ranges, according to a press release issued by Inter Services Public Relations.

An induction ceremony was held on Sunday at the Army Auditorium where Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa was the chief guest. The Low to Medium Altitude Air Defence System LY-80 is a Chinese setup, which, according to the COAS, increases the capability of response to emerging air defence threats.  It can not only track, but also destroy a variety of aerial targets at longer ranges flying at low and medium altitude.

The Low to Medium Altitude Air Defence System LY-80 is a Chinese setup, which, according to the COAS, increases the capability of response to emerging air defence threats.  It can not only track, but also destroy a variety of aerial targets at longer ranges flying at low and medium altitude. The COAS was received by by Lieutenant General Muhammad Zahid Latif Mirza.

The COAS was received by by Lieutenant General Muhammad Zahid Latif Mirza.

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  1. Chinese toys will remain ‘toys’ only .. cant be trusted ..!!

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