Pakistani Ballistic and Cruise Missile Models

This article is a companion piece to Pakistan's missile page and missile table.

Name: Shaheen-III
Other names: none
Type: Ballistic
Length: 18.5m
Diameter: 1.4m
Payload: Unknown
Range: 2,750 km
Status: Operational

Sources:
James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies

Name: Ghauri-1
Other names: Hatf-5
Type: Ballistic
Length: 15.852-16m
Diameter: 1.32-1.35m
Payload: 500-700kg
Range: 1,300 – 1,500 km
Status: Operational

Sources:

“Ghauri [Hatf-5],” Federation of American Scientists, September 9, 2000, http://fas.org.

“Pakistan’s Nuclear Capable Missiles,” The Wisconsin Project Risk Report, Volume 5 Number 1, January-February 1999, www.wisconsinproject.org.

 “Arms Control and Proliferation Profile: Pakistan,” Arms Control Association, February 2015, www.armscontrol.org.


Name: Babur/Babar
Other names: Hatf-7
Type: Cruise Missile
Length: 6.2m
Diameter: 0.52m
Payload: 450-500kg
Range: 750 km
Status: Operational

Sources:

Strategic Weapon Systems – Jane’s Sentinel Security Assessment – South Asia, IHS Jane’s, 11 July 2014, http://janes.ihs.com.

"Hatf 7 (Babur)", Jane’s Strategic Weapons System, IHS Jane’s, 14 July 2014, http://janes.ihs.com.

"Hatf 7", Missile Threat, George C. Marshall Institute, 5 April 2013, http://http://missilethreat.com.

 


Name: Ra'ad
Other names: Hatf-8
Type: Cruise Missile
Length: 4.5m
Diameter: 0.52m
Payload: 450kg
Range: 350 km
Status: Operational

Sources:

Strategic Weapon Systems – Jane’s Sentinel Security Assessment – South Asia, IHS Jane’s, 11 July 2014, http://janes.ihs.com.

"Hatf 8 (Babur)", Jane’s Strategic Weapons System, IHS Jane’s, 7 January 2014, http://janes.ihs.com.

"Pakistan Tests New Air-Launched Cruise Missile", The Diplomat,  5 February 2015, http://http://thediplomat.com.

"New Successful Missile Test for Pakistan", Al Jazeera,  29 April 2011, http://http://aljazeera.net

"Pakistan successfully tests Ra'ad cruise missile", Pakistan Today,  19 January 2016, http://http://pakistantoday.com.pk

 

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