chill bro. did i trip a nerve? im not asking YOU to add em so chill.
i did research on these planes and almost all of them are different from the ones we have in game.
yeah sorry misBR’d that one.
also The Sea Fury T.20/61 (trainers) also had a reduced armament compared to the standard fighter version, with only two 20mm cannon instead of four.
by that logic all vehicles that are american in origin should go to america. remove all phantoms and starfighters from any other than america. bro what is aggroing you?
was. i checked.
and before you attack. read.
Because the PAF was outnumbered by its Indian counterpart, and with U.S. concurrence, the RB-57F was reportedly impressed into combat service with PAF’s No 24 Squadron to carry out daily reconnaissance sorties over Indian Air Force airfields at altitudes of up to 60,000 feet (18,000 m). The RB-57F was also said to have been locally modified by the PAF to carry a 4,000 pounds (1,800 kg) bombload, but never actually operated in a bombing role. On other occasions, the RB-57F was accompanied by a pair of PAF B-57B Canberra bombers
and the SU25 and the A10 is supposed to be removed by this logic as well.
You dont like it thats fine. keep that to yourself
Pakistani modifications allowed extended weaponds options for example the pakistani J-6 or the mig 19s were capable of firing A-A missiles and actually did use them in combat during the indo-pakistani wars.
like another F104 in game right now? i dont think it will be a problem
At PAF’s request, all its F-104As were refitted with the M-61 Gatling 20 mm gun, whereas its counterparts in the USAF had been divested of their guns on the assumption that all post-Korea air combat would occur at high speeds where only the wing tip-mounted Sidewinder missiles would be effective. The PAF’s foresight was amply rewarded in actual combat and the USAF too reverted to having machine guns as mandatory equipment on all its fighters in due course. The newer GWE- J-79-11 engine was also installed on the aircraft. This made the Pakistan F-104s somewhat unique: they had the gun and being the lightest of F-104 series with a more advanced J-79 engine enjoyed the best thrust-to-weight ratio.
A5-III/C is under pakistani colors. if everyone was as stingy as this there would be a 1-200 less vehicles in WT as we have today.
as for the A5M:
Evaluated by the Pakistan Air Force in 1990
and since this is enough for Gaijin to consider as vehicles for a TT…
oh please spare me.
these are PAK-China Aircraft.
i havent even put in the F-7M Airguard series because its too much even though pakistan had 20 of them.
F-7MP: Development of the F-7M tailored for Pakistan. this model included 24 separate improvements over the F-7M including using a Martin-Baker Mk 10 ejection seat to replace the HTY-2 on the F-7M, a Rockwell Collins AN/ARC-164 & 186 radio, AN/APX-101 IFF, LJ-2 RWR and a more advanced oxygen supply system than that of the earlier F-7M. Because the F-7MP carries more western weaponry, the software of the Type 956 HUDWAC was upgraded to include parameters for these weapons. The outer wing pylons are modified to fire AAM in addition to rockets and bombs. The F-7MP was initially equipped with the Italian Grifo-7 fire control radar license assembled by the ISO - 9002 certified Kamra Avionics, Electronics and Radar Factory of the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC). The 55 km range Grifo-7 radar weighs 50 kg and its introduction on F-7MP making it the first export version of F-7 series to be an all-weather fighter. This model is also the first to be upgraded with a Chinese helmet mounted sight (HMS), which greatly enhanced its lethality in dogfights. All F-7 fighters delivered thereafter to Pakistan were equipped with such HMS. General designer Lu Yu-Ying (陆育英) and Peng Ren-Yin (彭仁颖). All 20 were delivered to the PAF on July 26, 1988.
F-7P: Further development of the F-7MP for Pakistan with a HTY-4 ejection seat. Two more air conditioning outlets on the instrument panel to increase its efficiency. New RWR replaced the LJ-2 RWR. Grifo-MK-II fire control radar replaced Grifo-7 fire control radar on the earlier F-7MP. In comparison to the Grifo-7, the new radar only weighs an extra 1 kg (56 kg total), but the scan cone was increased to ±20 degrees from the original ±10 degrees of Grifo-7. The newer radar also had improved ECM and look-down/shoot-down capability, able track up to four targets simultaneously while engaging one at a time. Like the earlier Grifo-7, the Grifo-Mk-II is also license built by the ISO - 9002 certified Kamra Avionics, Electronics and Radar Factory of the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC). Metric instruments were changed to Imperial units. Delivery of 40 aircraft to the PAF begun in September 1989.*
as you can see these had ACTUAL radars which the chinese ones of this variant didnt have:
Although SSR radar is more advanced than its predecessor Sky Ranger 7M, it remains a ranging radar, which the PAF was not satisfied with. To meet Pakistani requirement of more capable airborne radar, a fire control radar was needed. In addition, PAF also required other improvements over the original J-7MG, which resulted in J/F-7PG series.
- J-7PG: prototype of F-7PG equipped with [Grifo-MG]Grifo radar - Wikipedia) radar that replaced Super Sky Ranger radar. Equipped with GPS, Chinese HTY-6M ejection seat and a new onboard oxygen supply system. As with J-MG, there’s an addition gun on the portside to increase firepower. Other avionics upgrade includes a new ARW9101 RWR can store more than 100 threats, along with other newly designed system.
F-7PG: production version of J-7PG, with a single piece windscreen replacing the 3-piece of J-7PG.The aircraft is equipped with an efficient avionics system which includes a GEC-Marconi Avionics HUDWAC (head-up display and weapon aiming computer) plus GARMIN global positioning and bombing navigation systems.
It is also equipped with a Super Skyranger radar, an FIAR Grifo-7 mkII radar (export) and a Type 226 PD radar.It also had the capability to fire western missiles like the sidewinder and R550 Magic. First batch of 20 were delivered at the end of 2001, with a total of 57 eventually delivered to PAF.
sorry bro. wrong again.
the systems of export for jetfighters internationally is to offer nation specific requirement based upgrades/ edited vehicles. i even excluded another variant the Mirage IIIO.
Mirage IIIR for the Pakistan Air Force, with provision to carry the infrared linescan pod
such as this^
real list of operated Mirages of the PAF:
- Combat Commanders’ School, PAF Base Mushaf, Mirage IIIO ROSE I
- 5 Squadron, PAF Base Mushaf, Mirage IIIEP, IIIDP, IIIRP
- 7 Squadron, PAF Base Masroor, Mirage IIIO ROSE I, IIIDP
- 20 Squadron, PAF Base Mushaf, Mirage IIIRP
- 22 Squadron, PAF Base Masroor, Mirage IIIEL, IIIBL, IIID
think again. or not. no reason to reply. i wouldnt.