|Type||Laser-guided air-to-surface missile|
|Place of origin||Pakistan|
|Used by||Pakistan Army|
|Manufacturer||National Engineering and Scientific Commission|
|Engine||Single-stage rocket motor|
Barq (Urdu: برق, "lightning") is a laser-guided air-to-surface missile developed by Pakistan. The Barq was first officially unveiled on 13 March 2015 being fired from the NESCOM Burraq UCAV, capable of destroying both stationary and moving targets. Its first operational use was carried out against militants in Operation Zarb-e-Azb, on 6 September 2015, successfully eliminating three high-value targets.
"Barq" laser guided missiles has been successfully installed on Super Mushak aircraft
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- "Pakistan successfully tests first indigenous armed drone: ISPR".
- "Daily chart: Drone attacks and terrorism in Pakistan". The Economist. 23 September 2015. Retrieved 28 September 2015.
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