Good post. IDS has in the past won a big contract from Malaysia to relife their missiles. This was around 2002 if I recall. BTW IDS is part of NESCOM.
The CEM lookes like a rip-off of an old american design nemely cbu-100 rockeye.Also the uav's lookes like an inspiration from the chinese designs.wht do u think?
To Anon@6.10AM: That's right. Those were MM-38 Exocets of the Royal Malaysian Navy.To Sachin Sathe: The CEM is indeed a reverse-engineered Rockeye.
Does equipments bought by (donated to) Pakistan are usually inspected by US ??
To Anon@9:56AM: Be it Pakistan or Australia or Japan or the UK, no one is exempt from the US Congress-mandated EUMA laws. Such laws apply to everyone purchasing US-origin weapon systems.
Does equipments bought by (donated to) Pakistan are usually inspected by US ??----------------------------do u have any doubt in this? not only those equipments but also pakistan itself is of part of US,whenever US wants they can inspect anything in pakistan
Its good to reverse engineer. Pak does not have to pay fees for additional missiles.
Do you have information about the IDS's ‘Nighthawk’ High Altitude Long Endurance (HALE) UAV which has a 100 mile range, 15hr endurance.
"Its good to reverse engineer."Also there is no EUM agreement
Is IDS in the first place certified by MBDA to relife MM-38s?Apart from Bakthar Shikans, RPG-7s,Anzas, laser range finders and MP-5s, does anyone know if Pakistan has sold anything to the Malaysian military?
To Faris: Yes, as you are aware, there are several product 'rebuild' facilities in Pakistan and the Missile Rebuild Facility of IDS is one of them, fully certified by the OEM. The latest item sold to the Malaysian Army was the field test-kit for the Anza Mk1 VSHORADS.
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