Pakistan exhibits New Harbah Anti-Ship Missile for the first time at an international forum

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Pakistan has showcased its new anti-ship cruise missile Harbah for the first time at the Doha International Maritime Defence Exhibition and Conference in Qatar. 

The missile was designed for the Pakistan Navy to develop an indigenous anti-ship missile solution for its crafts. The country currently deploys the missile on multiple naval platforms.

Harbah Anti-Ship Missile

The Harbah is a non-nuclear, “fire and forget” weapon system. It was developed from the Babur family of missiles by Pakistan’s Global Industrial Defence Solutions.  

The medium-range ship-launched cruise missile can attack land and sea targets up to 280 kilometers (174 miles) away at 988 kilometers (614 miles) per hour in all weather conditions.  

It operates a Digital Scene Matching Area Correlator camera, radar, and infrared seeker to follow and hit targets. The system has a modular configuration with further enhancements to expand its capabilities.

In January of 2018, the country reported the successful trails of the missile from the Azmat class fast attack craft PNS Himmat in the Arabian Sea.


DIMDEX 2022 exhibited products from more than 200 organizations from 20 countries, including 32 firms from the Turkish defense industry.

Other than Pakistan, many other countries, including China, France, Germany, Italy, and the US, set up pavilions at the exhibition.

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  • Its a very lazy missile lass tgan 1000km per hr speed . Talk to Russia and get some supersonic ones . Less than 1000km/hr means it can be hit in air very easily. It seems a crap stuff.

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