Turkish, Pakistani and European weapon systems will be used on PN MILGEM corvettes being built by ASFAT for Pakistani Navy.
- ALBATROS NG Medium Range Air Defense System (MBDA)
- 6x P-282 Hypersonic Anti-Ship Ballistic Missiles (Pakistan)
- 1x 76 mm Super Rapido Naval Gun (Leonardo)
- 2x Triple Lightweight Torpedo Tubes (Leonardo)
- 1x GOKDENIZ 35 mm Close-in Weapon System (ASELSAN)
- 2x STOP 25 mm Naval Remote Controlled Weapon System (ASELSAN)
- YAKAMOS Hull Mounted Sonar (METEKSAN)
- HIZIR Torpedo Jamming/Decoy System (ASELSAN)
- SMART-S 3D Search Radar (ASELSAN)
- STIR MK-2EO Fire Control Radar (ASELSAN)
- ADVENT Combat Management System (HAVELSAN)
- ARES 2N Electronic Support System (ASELSAN)
Initially, PN MİLGEM was planned to be fitted with Chinese HHQ-16 medium range air defense missiles. However, the choice shifted from HHQ-16 to ALBATROS NG system of MBDA in later stages of the project. ALBATROS NG system consists of cold-launch vertical launch systems, fire control units and CAMM-ER air defense missiles. Unlike the Semi-Active Radar Homing (SARH) HHQ-16, CAMM-ER is fitted with a Active RF Seeker which contributes to probablity of kill and autonomy of engagement.
P-282 Hypersonic Anti-Ship Ballistic Missile being chosen as the main surface-to-surface warfare weapon can be considered as a rather interesting option as many other modern designs use anti-ship cruise missiles. P-282, can render PN MILGEMs as strategic assets for the Pakistani Navy in an unexpected way. This could be credited to the long range, high speed and penetration capabilites of anti-ship ballistic missiles in general. Outside of use against large enemy warships, P-282 would potentially be useful against strategic assets of the enemy in mainland as well.
PN MILGEM, which will incorporate a diverse range of weapon and sensor systems from different countries sets an example of MILGEM design’s and ADVENT Combat Management System’s flexibility for export customers.