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Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
6 April 1998
Also Known As: Hatf V and Hatf-5
Parent System: Ghauri
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2000
Maiden Flight: 6 April 1998
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Description: The Ghauri or Hatf-5 (Hatf V) is a liquid-fuel, road-mobile medium-range ballistic missile (MRBM) developed by Pakistan on the basis of North Korea's No-Dong missile. The missile can be equipped with either a nuclear or conventional warhead and has a maximum range of 1,500 kilometers carrying a warhead of 700-1,200 kg. Pakistan carried out the first test launch of Ghauri on April 6, 1998 and the last reported one on December 21, 2010. This ballistic missile system may have been deployed by the Armed Forces of Pakistan in the 2000s in small numbers to counter India's Agni ballistic missile family.
Number of Stages: 1
Number of Warheads: 1
Diameter: 1.35 meter (53 inch)
Length: 16 meter (630 inch)
CEP: 200 meter
Max Range: 1,500 kilometer (810 nautical mile)
Burn Time: 110 second
Thrust: 26,000 kilogram (57,319 pound)
Warhead: 700 kilogram (1,543 pound)
Weight: 15,000 kilogram (33,069 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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