Harbah is a medium-range ship launched subsonic cruise missile system capable of targeting sea as well as land targets in all weather operations at a range of 280 km.
The harbah subsonic cruise missile is a fire and forgets type and it uses inertial navigation technologies like GPS and GLONASS systems it features guidance systems like a DSMAC camera, imaging infrared seekers, and radar seekers.
In order to meet Pakistan Navies’ needs, harbah subsonic cruise missile has a modular design allowing it to be fitted with a variety of warheads (fragmentation, anti-ship) or other guidance systems and modulate range capabilities.
Harbah subsonic cruise missiles come as a need for Pakistan Navy to develop indigenous solutions for Pakistan ships that are fitted with anti-ship missiles.
The harbah subsonic cruise missile was showcased at DIMDEX 2022 and harbah subsonic cruise missile is expected to be the main anti-ship missile on future Pakistan ships.
Harbah subsonic cruise missile has a range of 280 km, weight of 1.3 tonnes, length of 6.8 m, a diameter of 0.5m, and a speed of March 0.6-0.8 and is also available for export for any country interested.