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Pakistan should buy Patriot System

Yeah it's that simple, It's traversity that CIA haven't yet figured this Master plan. You my friend is gift of God.

Haven't you seen Moscow being hit by NATO drones?

Putin's and Russia's time is up.

The end is near.

Lage haath 200-300 F35 bhi le lena. Saari deal ek saath ho jaye to accha rahega.

You are stuck with the junk S-400s.. US is not going to sell you any Patriots or F-35.

Only Pakistan is going to get Patriots and F-35s
Are they even on offer for Pakistan?
When has Pakistan really bought anything from USA? USA usually donates stuff in return for services offered. With an expensive system like this the service will have to include a lot of extras.
Its just a monkey dream and some people refuse to live in a real world. Give them nuts and shut them up.
Patriot and S-400 are very costly,
Better are Chinese ones for Pakistan

US will not give us, even if we arrange money.
Political strings with weapons are always attached.

It may be expensive but they are the best.

Russian Airfoce is unable to operate their SU-35 in Ukraine.

If we procure them then Indian Fighters and missiles will be neutralized in India airspace itself.

US never denied offering Patriots to Pakistan.

USA blocked an effing engine for the turkish gunship helicopter, an equipment that is used in support role, why would they sell their most prized asset to us that will give us a definitive edge?

That was nothing to do with Pakistan but Turkiye.
It is, through third countries.

Patriot is expensive, Americans will be iffy about it operating alongside J-10s and other Chinese equipment. We don't want to end up like the Indians with 10 different types of technology unable to communicate with each other.

Actually US would love to have Patriots to operate with PAF J-10s as they can collect data.

It is the Chinese who should be concerned.
Pakistan should seriously consider procuring Patriot Air Defence systems.

Patriots are destroying Russian drones and missiles including hypersonic missiles with almost 100% accuracy in Ukraine.

Patriot Missile Success in Ukraine Has Shocked Even the Pentagon–Kyiv​


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Ukraine's success with U.S.-made Patriot anti-aircraft missile systems in the war with Russia has shocked even the Pentagon, according to a military analyst.

Ivan Kirichevskiy, an expert at military media and consulting company Defense Express, weighed in on Kyiv's use of the advanced missile system in an interview with Ukraine's Radio NV. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky had been requesting the crucial defense system for months before it finally arrived.

Washington agreed in October 2022 to send Kyiv the Patriot missile systems, which can target aircraft, cruise missiles and shorter-range ballistic missiles. Zelensky said they could help counter Russian strikes on its energy infrastructure and residential areas. Germany and the Netherlands also committed to sending Patriot systems to Ukraine.

An American soldier stands guard at a Patriot missile site in Saudi Arabia. Washington agreed in October 2022 to send Kyiv the Patriot missile systems.BILL GENTILE/CORBIS/CORBIS/GETTY IMAGES
Ukraine now has two of the air defense systems set up in the country.

"Today, our beautiful Ukrainian sky becomes more secure because Patriot air defense systems have arrived in Ukraine," Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov said in a statement on his social media channels on April 19.

"The United States thought for a long time, discussing whether to give us Patriots or not," said Kirichevskiy. "It turns out that our air defense forces with crash course training literally squeezed out of the Patriot a capability that the Pentagon did not think was possible."

The ground-based Patriot missile defense system is the most advanced surface-to-air missile Washington has provided Kyiv with since the war began. With a range of over 65 miles, it can detect, track and engage drones, cruise missiles and short-range or tactical ballistic missiles, according to the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance.

Ukraine has used the sophisticated systems to counter waves of missile strikes from Russia. A Ukrainian air force commander said on Telegram on May 6 that Ukraine's military used the Patriot missile defense system to down a Russian Kh-47M2 Kinzhal hypersonic missile over Kyiv.

Russia previously warned that deliveries of the systems to Ukraine could escalate the conflict.

Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said in December that all weapons supplied by Western nations to Ukraine will be targeted by Russia.

"We would like to remind you that all the weapons supplied by the West to Ukraine are legitimate military targets for the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation and will either be destroyed or captured, as our country has repeatedly said," she told reporters.

A missile attack near Kyiv on May 16 caused "minor" damage to a Patriot anti-aircraft missile system, U.S. officials said.

Bit of an over kill, its a good tool for one superpower to use against another.
Most fun thread i have seen in last few days, the amount of comedy here, starting with the OP and then his continued defence of the post and the excellent logic on how to earn the system - defeat russia, kill putin. Excellent!
Haven't you seen Moscow being hit by NATO drones?

Putin's and Russia's time is up.

The end is near.

You are stuck with the junk S-400s.. US is not going to sell you any Patriots or F-35.

Only Pakistan is going to get Patriots and F-35s
Chan mahi .... here is cost breakdown ... Pakistan has less then 4 billion in Forex reserve ...and cost of each battery about US$1 billion, for a single missile US$4 million
Dude we are not major non NATO ally anymore USA chose India to confront/contain China

US dumped India and Quad after India lost to China in Galwan.

US realized that veggie eating Indians are useless.

The recent Quand summit was cancelled after Biden skipped.


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