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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby jamwal » 18 May 2017 21:18

Gagan wrote:Jamwal Ji
Underground bunker in PAF Mushaf Sargodha. Go back in the historical images on google earth to see it being dug up and built, ramps, elevators etc

32° 2'53.81"N, 72°40'35.97"E


Did you mean the radar site ? Coordinates given are for radar dome too, atleast looks like one.. Because I checked the bunker image starting 2004 and it has been there.

Pliss to drop Ji.

Edit: Found quite a few small airstrips in Balochistan. Will post later

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Postby ArjunPandit » 18 May 2017 23:02

BTW i had checked multiple PAF bases, Sargodha, Shamsi and la-whore but there were hardly any aircrafts. This was a bit unusual if you know look from a == perspective.

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby jamwal » 18 May 2017 23:20

ArjunPandit wrote:BTW i had checked multiple PAF bases, Sargodha, Shamsi and la-whore but there were hardly any aircrafts. This was a bit unusual if you know look from a == perspective.


A lot of aircraft shelters spread all over where they are most likely to be stored.


BTW, found this interesting place
33° 1'26.93"N 70° 3'54.01"E

Cleverly hidden and very few old images. Multiple AAD sites and possibly underground bunkers.

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby ArjunPandit » 19 May 2017 02:13

how does one find such images?

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby jamwal » 19 May 2017 09:49

Just do akkad bakkad bambe po

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby shiv » 19 May 2017 21:10

Chinese roads and presence in Aksai Chin
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-CKlBQdWTI

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby Gagan » 20 May 2017 00:02

Check this out in Saitulla: Chinese IRBMs hidden in Tunnels targeting North India:

Tunnels:
36°18'46.27"N, 78° 0'21.24"E
36°18'50.18"N, 78° 0'26.72"E
36°18'51.32"N, 78° 0'28.05"E
36°19'16.97"N, 78° 0'44.03"E
36°19'27.75"N, 78° 0'51.37"E
36°19'34.43"N, 78° 0'52.16"E
36°19'39.08"N, 78° 0'51.25"E
36°19'16.22"N, 78° 1'11.94"E

Pre surveyed launching spot:
36°20'28.74"N, 78° 1'37.06"E

Base: 36°20'25.19"N, 78° 1'57.65"E

Helipads, Parade ground and Main Base area
36°20'49.70"N, 78° 1'48.85"E

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby ArjunPandit » 20 May 2017 00:03

jamwal wrote:Just do akkad bakkad bambe po

haaha tried that in addition to raja mantri chor sipahi :twisted:

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby Gagan » 20 May 2017 00:05

Shiv-ji
You can make a video of this, will be very nice.
I will post more such installations - radar sites, missile bases, airstrips etc

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby Gagan » 20 May 2017 00:09

Jamwal
Please direct your attention to the following airbases in Pakistan. Lots of interesting things to see: including hidden underground bunkers - some under construction even now.
1. Kamra
2. Sargodha
3. Multan
4. Mianwali
5. Murid
6. Sukkur
7. Nawabshah
8. Masroor, Karachi. Specially this one and the huge adjoining area to the north-west of this area - navy communications, bunkers, N weapons/missile storage.

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby Gagan » 20 May 2017 00:21

Kahuta: The center for Pakistan-North Korea Nuclear and missile cooperation.

New Centrifuge facility coming up in Kahuta:
33°36'48.44"N, 73°22'18.73"E

Old centrifuge facility at Kahuta:
33°37'18.23"N, 73°22'42.61"E

Liquid fueled missiles of NoKo origin manufacturing at Kahuta. Also mills to manufacture other weapons.
So all the liquid fuelled No-Dongs, re named as Ghauris (Hatf-5) are made here.

33°36'48.92"N, 73°23'3.35"E
^^ if you go back to historical images to the image dated March 14, 2010, you can actually see a missile on a TEL here.

This building is the one that AQ Khan was boasting about, that they have a building whose roof opens up and they can launch a missile from there to Delhi from: 33°36'51.59"N, 73°23'2.14"E. It is a TEL workshop, where they can test the TELs and these are tall buildings, that one can see in all missile-TEL storage sites.

This facility in Kahuta, manufactures liquid fueled NoKo missile engines and components
33°36'18.70"N, 73°21'32.64"E

This is yet another new facility that is being built - purpose unknown to me currently, but one can assume is related to some missile/nuclear/military purpose: 33°36'8.54"N, 73°21'13.70"E

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby Gagan » 20 May 2017 00:28

Liquid Fueled Missiles of North Korean origin: Ghauri - made in Kahuta
Solid Fueled Missiles of Chinese origin: Shaheen - made in Kala Chitta Mountains: extensive facility here: 33°41'14.99"N, 72°12'48.57"E

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby Gagan » 20 May 2017 00:33

Do you know why Pakistan sucks in space technology? Because even SUARCO has been diverted to military purposes.

Pakistan's first two missiles, Hatf-1 & 2, were made by SUARCO by modifying US supplied sounding rockets.

SUPARCO's training facility SITT (SUPARCO Instt of Tech Training): 24°55'14.14"N, 66°55'35.15"E
They have a plant right next to this, where they are making missile components. The Babur missile parts are made by SUARCO
24°54'53.96"N, 66°55'19.66"E.
It is possible they make it here, and take it to Sonmiani to test fire it.

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby shiv » 20 May 2017 05:29

Gagan wrote:Shiv-ji
You can make a video of this, will be very nice.
I will post more such installations - radar sites, missile bases, airstrips etc

Gagan I would love to. Need to spend some time marking the sites and making them video presentable..

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby jamwal » 20 May 2017 09:23

Gagan wrote:Jamwal
Please direct your attention to the following airbases in Pakistan. Lots of interesting things to see: including hidden underground bunkers - some under construction even now.
1. Kamra
2. Sargodha
3. Multan
4. Mianwali
5. Murid
6. Sukkur
7. Nawabshah
8. Masroor, Karachi. Specially this one and the huge adjoining area to the north-west of this area - navy communications, bunkers, N weapons/missile storage.


Thanks. I hve checked 4 of these already. Will do rest shortly.

There is one thing I have noticed in Pakistan in general, the receding green cover. I am not entirely sure if it is the way images are processed. But if you will check images from 6 7 years back and compare them to ones visible today, the greenery seems to be significantly less, moreso in western areas.

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby shiv » 20 May 2017 09:28

jamwal wrote:
There is one thing I have noticed in Pakistan in general, the receding green cover. I am not entirely sure if it is the way images are processed. But if you will check images from 6 7 years back and compare them to ones visible today, the greenery seems to be significantly less, moreso in western areas.

I have seen huge patches of deforestation in the northern mountain regions

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby Gagan » 20 May 2017 12:47

1. The summers are pretty harsh and greenery disappears. So compare the month of the image too - summer vs winter etc
2. There is no denying that Pakistan in general does a very poor job of water management, aftorestation etc. These are simply not a priority for them.
Maybe building more mosques is, or something else, I can't be sure.
3. South Pakjab & Sindh alongwith Balochistan are mostly desert wastelands.
South Pakjab & Sindh lie opposite Rajasthan and north Gujarat with the Rann of Kutch
Incidentally, the Indus has changed course and ends up in the rann now, one can compare this from historical images too!

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby jamwal » 21 May 2017 14:55

Name: Sukkur Airport (IATA: SKZ, ICAO: OPSK)

Type: FOB (Forward Operating Base) and a small domestic airport.

Location: Sindh, Pakistan.

Coordinates: 27°43′19″N 68°47′30″E

Sukkur Airfield is a dual use airport, but has limited military traffic. It is very near to the Thar desert. The barrage shown above was a possible target for Indian offensive in 1971 as it is a vital piece of infrastructure irrigating much of the agricultural land nearby.


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Sukkur Distance from International Border 97 km

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Sukkur airstrip 2.76km

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Aircraft shelters on end of runway


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4 more aircraft shelters

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Sukkur Airfield, some construction is going on in April 2017


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Possibly hardened bunkers at end of the airstrip


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A twin engined aircraft on airstrip in front of hangars

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Unidentified structures

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Swampy area near end of airstrip which gets flooded during monsoons

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Sukkur barrage and bridge over Indus River

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A small aircraft parked near the terminal

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Barrage on Indus river

If pictures are not visible, please check http://jjamwal.in/yayavar/tag/google-earth/

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby Gagan » 21 May 2017 20:08

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Underground bunker under construction. To be used for
1. Command and control
2. Storage of possible N weapons.
There are possibly 2 elevators, including a big elevator, and a ramp going into this bunker design, which they seem to have standardized

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Tents. A colony of tents for possibly basing an army unit

The aircraft shelters at the end of the runway, are the same types that the US Navy took out in the cruise missile strike on the Syrian runway. They hit each such bunker with a cruise missile. I count, 12 such bunkers at the end of the runways, where quick reaction fighters will be stationed to try and intercept any IAF aircraft that crosses the IB, since this airport is pretty close to the IB
In addition, there is one support area, two other hangers, and that big underground bunker under construction.

Imagine, taking out this airbase will need about 15-20 Nirbhay missiles/Guruthma guided bombs, including for the runway itself, a few deep penetration Brahmos type missiles for the main bunker.
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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby shiv » 21 May 2017 20:14

It will need repeated recce and strike missions in aircraft. Not just missiles and one off as an American TV show

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby Gagan » 21 May 2017 20:18

One can see nets on both ends of the runway

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby jamwal » 21 May 2017 21:03

>There are possibly 2 elevators, including a big elevator, and a ramp going into this bunker design


Which sections ?

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby jamwal » 22 May 2017 23:01

Name: Peshawar Airbase

Type: Military airbase with an adjacent civilian airport.

Location: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa., Pakistan.

Coordinates: 33°59’57.74″N 71°30’53.90″E

Occupants: No. 26 and 16 squadrons of PAF operating JF-17 fighters
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Peshawar airbase. Distance from LoC 218 km


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Peshawar airbase. airstrip 2.65 km length


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F-86 or F-6 ?
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Aircraft on ground 2. Possibly A-5 fighter Near hardened shelter

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Aircraft on ground 3. JF-17 on Taxiway
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Aircraft on ground 4. A-5 Near hardened shelters and helicopter (unidentified) base

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Aircraft on ground 5. 3 JF-17 near shelters.


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Aircraft on ground 6. Possible decommissioned Shenyang F-6,

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Aircraft on ground 7 from 2014. These hardened shelters almost always have aircraft nearby

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Aircraft on ground 8. Multiple helicopters and planes including one on display

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Aircraft on ground 9. Six A5s and one helicopter in 2007

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Aircraft on ground 10. Multiple types of aircraft including A5, F-6, F-86 and a few unidentified aircraft , most likely decommissioned. 2012

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Aircraft on ground 11. Same place in 2017 with lot more aircrafts

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Aircraft on ground 12. A-5s lined up in 2010

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Aircraft on ground 13. One JF-17, one small plane and a helicopter

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Aircraft on ground 14. One JF-17 on runway and taxiway each

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Hardened aircraft shelters with some activity going on nearby


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Aircraft on ground 15. Civilian aviation terminal

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Hardened underground bunkers

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Possible air defence site
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Aircraft on ground 16. Helicopters and a transporter plane
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Another air defence site

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Unidentified. Possible underground storage, missile launch or air defence site

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Underground fuel storage ?

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Cantonment board office








Peshawar is one of the more important bases for PAF and houses 2 squadrons of their frontline JF-17 fighters. This airbase has been the target for 2 major islamist terrorist attacks in 2007 and 2012. In 2015, adjoining Camp Badaber also suffered an attack with 29 causalities. This base was used by the 6937th Communications Group of United States Air Force from July 17, 1959 until January 7, 1970

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby shiv » 23 May 2017 07:00

In wartime the aircraft below will be moved and used as decoys to attract marauding IAF attack pilots towards SAM defences
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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby jamwal » 24 May 2017 13:17

You were right about rajfortyseven on twitter. He is a rude, pompous ass. Asked him a question nicely and he responds, Are you testing me ? 30 years back i made every instructor of mine shut up because i was so great. When I replied politely, that my tweet was no test, just a query, he responds like a rude drunkard again. : : :-o

He was ok when I was playing his puzzle game about speculations about the pictures he pos. But he will never confirm if the inference is right.

I simply dont get how anyone can have his head so far up his ass. His so called analysis is nothing but spending most waking hours on google earth and then posting images more like an inside joke rather than a honest analysis. No big loss unfollowing or getting blocked by him.

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby K_Rohit » 26 May 2017 13:43

24.903057, 66.946585

On google maps (not earth), you can see the AEW&C parked at Masroor

Also, what and why is this?

24.891122, 66.927741

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby shiv » 26 May 2017 15:05

jamwal wrote:You were right about rajfortyseven on twitter. He is a rude, pompous ass. Asked him a question nicely and he responds, Are you testing me ? 30 years back i made every instructor of mine shut up because i was so great. When I replied politely, that my tweet was no test, just a query, he responds like a rude drunkard again. : : :-o

He was ok when I was playing his puzzle game about speculations about the pictures he pos. But he will never confirm if the inference is right.

I simply dont get how anyone can have his head so far up his ass. His so called analysis is nothing but spending most waking hours on google earth and then posting images more like an inside joke rather than a honest analysis. No big loss unfollowing or getting blocked by him.

Where are the like and RT buttons on BRF?

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby shiv » 26 May 2017 15:10

K_Rohit wrote:Also, what and why is this?

24.891122, 66.927741

I wonder if it is an operational readiness platform.

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby K_Rohit » 26 May 2017 16:00

shiv wrote:
K_Rohit wrote:Also, what and why is this?

24.891122, 66.927741

I wonder if it is an operational readiness platform.


I thought so too, but these typically have a hardened shelter. Why is it round? Why the oil trail? Very curious.....

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby Gagan » 26 May 2017 18:28

K_Rohit wrote:24.903057, 66.946585

On google maps (not earth), you can see the AEW&C parked at Masroor

Note the 3 big hangers with walls around them for protection
These will house the Chinese built AWACS.
Should be a nice juicy target for a Nirbhay strike

BTW,
In Masroor air base, look at this area, and go back to historical images on google earth
This is a fenced area with a double layered protection, an outer fence and an inner wall, all this for a facility INSIDE an already secure air base. Seems to be very important no?
24.885829, 66.927862

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby Gagan » 26 May 2017 18:30

Jamwal,
I will post some stuff about those bunkers, mabe tomorrow. About that lift, ramp thing

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby Gagan » 28 May 2017 22:40

Chinese radar sites in the NE sector:
Near Sikkim: 27°50'5.30"N, 89° 8'13.52"E
New site near Sikkim: 27°44'30.90"N, 89°12'1.34"E This site is literally 2KM from the Tibet-Bhutan Border
Near Tawang / Bum-La: 28° 3'18.38"N, 91°57'6.18"E
Near Tuting: 29°37'26.73"N, 94°40'35.74"E
Near Lahsa: 29°12'9.03"N, 90°39'19.07"E
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Postby Gagan » 29 May 2017 01:20

Su-30 MKKs deployed at Gonggar AFB near Lahsa. No wonder, the IAF has Su-30 MKIs deployed in Tezpur

29°17'41.72"N, 90°55'16.81"E

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Postby K_Rohit » 29 May 2017 11:30

Gagan wrote:
K_Rohit wrote:24.903057, 66.946585

On google maps (not earth), you can see the AEW&C parked at Masroor

Note the 3 big hangers with walls around them for protection
These will house the Chinese built AWACS.
Should be a nice juicy target for a Nirbhay strike

BTW,
In Masroor air base, look at this area, and go back to historical images on google earth
This is a fenced area with a double layered protection, an outer fence and an inner wall, all this for a facility INSIDE an already secure air base. Seems to be very important no?
24.885829, 66.927862


Very little visible on surface, may be underground? but no real entrances visible, unless covered by buildings.

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Postby Gagan » 29 May 2017 13:54

Historical images are visible on google earth.
See this.
https://support.google.com/earth/answer/148094?hl=en

This place I suspect is where Pakistan intends to launch an airborne nuclear attack on Mumbai from.
This is an underground bunker, for command & control, and may store Air deliverable N weapons (fizzles).
There is an IL-78 aerial refueler parked at 24.887627, 66.945855.
This base houses mainly Mirage 3s and 5s, but could easily host F-16s from Mushaf, Sargodha or Shahbaz, Jacobabad

This area is interesting to me, 24.888713, 66.925292 and 24.886498,66.922894 hangers right next to the bunker

Engine test area: 24.889273, 66.922550

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Postby Gagan » 29 May 2017 14:03

Bunker under construction at Masroor: 24.895365, 66.927570
AN-TPS-77 site at Masroor, Karachi: 24°54'16.07"N, 66°55'51.37"E

So Masroor, Karachi: Pak Fizzleya
There is a 2nd airbase in Karachi: Faisal/Mehran: 24.878754, 67.115803
This base has an area run by Pak Behriya and another end by Fizzaiya.

Faisal is the Airforce end of the base and PNS Mehran is the Navy end of the base.
The PNS Mehran mainly houses their Maritime surveillance aircraft, P-3s & Atlantiques. This is where the atlantique took off from, which was shot down by the IAF Mig-21s over the Rann of Kutch. PNS Mehran was also attacked by ?Uzbek freedom fighters/separatists/militants and they shaheedized some P-3 Orions

There are two small airstrips in Malir Cantt, called Malir and chota Malir. PAF is selling off land in chota Malir and making houses 24.950538, 67.179298

There is a small Helicopter base at Korangi, Karachi
24.782756, 67.136246

Pakistan Navy has an underground command and control bunker at 24.823375, 67.043824
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Postby Gagan » 29 May 2017 14:29

Dawood's house is at: 24.809582, 67.029986

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Postby Gagan » 29 May 2017 14:35

Possible Strategic communications related area:
Hardened overground bunker: 24.909469, 66.886906
Comms tower: 24.930229, 66.881011
This used to be VHF I think, they have recently installed a VLF facility near karachi. It may be this, or near the new navy base next to the N power plant

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Postby shiv » 29 May 2017 14:38

Gagan wrote:Chinese radar sites in the NE sector:
Near Sikkim: 27°50'5.30"N, 89° 8'13.52"E
New site near Sikkim: 27°44'30.90"N, 89°12'1.34"E This site is literally 2KM from the Tibet-Bhutan Border
Near Tawang / Bum-La: 28° 3'18.38"N, 91°57'6.18"E
Near Tuting: 29°37'26.73"N, 94°40'35.74"E
Near Lahsa: 29°12'9.03"N, 90°39'19.07"E

Thanks very much. I had missed 2 of them

Here is one more near Tawang
27°48'49.98"N, 91°51'13.74"E

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Re: Military Installations of China, Pakistan & other countries on Google Earth

Postby Gagan » 29 May 2017 14:46

Possible missile storage site: 24.43012, 66.908628
Shaheen, Babur on TELs may be stored here
There is a ordinance depot adjoining this area

Helibase at Orangi / Keamari 24.940706, 66.924163

SUPARCO is just south of this


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