as a British person i am frankly quite disgusted that anyone would even attempt tocompare the Pakistani military to the of the quality of the British Army. Thisis not personal/nationalist bias here but to even suggest that is an insult tothe true quality of the British Armed Forces, to the point where such astatement is merely delusional. The quality in terms of equipment and trainingin the British Armed Forces is infinitely better than can be found in thePakistani Armed Forces. You could base the Pakistani Army as much as you likedon the British Army but you would get nowhere because you simply would never beable to match/content with the skill of the British Armed Forces personnel. tothis end, the Indian Army is also very closely modelled in terms of itsfoundations and core principles on that of the British Army and i would say thesame of India, in terms of quality yet again the British military is greatlysuperior, however in saying this, the Indian military is qualitatively farsuperior to their Pakistani counterparts on almost every levels and havedemonstrated great professionalism in international training exercises.
There is quite simply no way on God's earth than anyone could even think for a secondthat the Pakistani Army in terms of quality is anywhere near that of theBritish Army, there is simply no contest whatsoever. to put it in utterlysimple terms, the Pakistani military is a rag tag third rate military power, iwould severely doubt its ability to even mount a serious contest/challengeagainst other lesser third rate armies. And lastly, please do not refer to theBritish Military as the UK Military; they are the British Armed Forces.
What will be the next statement from a delusional pro Pakistan supporter? They thePakistani air force has 5th generation air superiority jets theequal of the F-22, or they have MBT’s superior to the Challenger 2 (oh waitsomeone has already tried that one an failed miserably), or even special forcesthe equivalent of the SAS/SBS/SRR?
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