HATF

AcronymDefinition
HATFHomeowners Association Task Force
HATFHealthy Ageing Task Force (Australia)
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Pakistan's reaction was to double down on developing the Hatf IX.
The Hatf IV Shaheen-1 Weapon System is capable of carrying nuclear and conventional warheads to a range of 900 kilometres.
Pakistan's Inter Services Public Relations announced April 19, 2011, the first successful flight test of a "newly developed Short Range Surface to Surface Multi Tube Ballistic Missile Hatf IX (NASR).
Pakistan's Geo TV News reported that Nasr, a multi-tube ballistic missile of Hatf series can hit with atomic warhead up to 60kms, according to a statement by the Inter Services Public Relations, according to Qatar News Agency (QNA).
The explanation of the Pakistani missiles includes Hatf, Ghouri, Shaheen and Ghaznavai.
The Pakistani modifications, if indeed they have occurred, are reportedly more sophisticated, involving the use of GPS and terrain contour mapping systems that Pakistan has developed for its Babur or Hatf VII cruise missile and the Ra'ad airlaunched cruise missile.
The Shaheen II, or Hatf VI missile with a range of 2,000km, was launched from an undisclosed location on Saturday, Major-General Athar Abbas, a military spokesman, said.
Army chiefs said the successful test of the North Korean-designed Ghauri missile, also known as the Hatf 5, was routine.
The Indians tested a mid-range Agni 1 missile, and as war loomed the Pakistanis test-fired a mid-range nuclear capable Hatf 5 (Ghauri), a short-range Hatf 2 (Abdali), and a Hatf 3 (Ghaznavi) ballistic missile.
Similarly, Pakistan may increase development efforts on the Hatf, which has experienced technical problems and long delays in development.
Hatf missile series, Al Khalid and Zarrar tanks, JF-17 Thunder aircraft, Agosta submarines and the foremost of all, "our nuclear capability is the hallmark of our strong defence," he added.