Pakistan’s military just flexed its muscles with a roaring display of might and precision—the Fatah-II.

In a significant leap forward for Pakistan’s indigenous defense capabilities, the Pakistan Armed Forces have triumphantly executed a flight test of the Fatah-II, a homegrown guided multi-launch rocket system (MLRS).

This recent successful test marks a momentous advancement for the South Asian country’s arsenal, underscoring its commitment to enhancing precision and strategic defense capabilities.

Pakistan and India, both nations arch-foes etched in a perpetual dance of one-upmanship, constantly churn out these metallic monsters, each more terrifying than the last.

Military Flexing: Pakistan’s Fatah-II

The official press release from the army’s Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) revealed that the Fatah-II MLRS competently engages targets with unprecedented accuracy at an extended range of 400 kilometers (249 miles).

This substantial enhancement in range is a remarkable progression from its predecessor, the Fatah-I, which was limited to a range of 140 kilometers (87 miles).