Pakistan Aeronautical Complex has achieved another milestone in the development of military aircrafts after the success of JF-17 Thunder. According to details, the latest fighter version of Super Mushak aircrafts, equipped with anti-tank missiles is ready for operations. The aircraft is being said to be used for training purposes. Buraq laser-guided missiles would also be installed in this version while its targeting capacity has further been improved. The plane will be used for combat purposes for the first time. Due to lower operational costs, the plane can particularly be used in operations against terrorists. Earlier, Pakistan had achieved a great success by experimenting log-range indigenously developed smart missile from JF-17 Thunder, last week. This exercise has made its defence impregnable; reducing its dependency on other countries. The fact that the weapon was developed, integrated and even qualified through the indigenous efforts of solely Pakistani scientists and engineers makes it an even bigger milestone for the country. The successful trial has provided JF-17 Thunder with a potent and guaranteed capability to accurately pinpoint a variety of targets through day and night. Published in Daily Times, March 19th 2019.