Pakistani Navy Plans to Procure U.S. P-3 Maritime Aircraft

October 2004
Sea Power;Oct2004, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p46
The article presents information about the plan of Pakistani Navy to procure P-3 maritime aircraft from the United States. Pakistani Navy Chief Admiral Shahid Karimullah stated on August 5, 2004 that he was hopeful about acquiring additional Lockheed P-3C Orion long-range maritime patrol aircraft for the Pakistani fleet. Along with acquiring additional units, Admiral Karimullah is seeking the acquisition of spare parts for the two P-3C Orion Update II.75 aircraft currently in the Pakistani inventory.


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