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PAKISTAN NAVY SUBMARINE FORCE Picture shows Pakistan Navy's Agosta 90B submarine. Pakistan has its own design of the submarine. It can dive to a depth of 350 meters. At that depth the pressure on submarine structure is 35 times higher than atmospheric pressure. Can remain submerged for more than 2 weeks. For that reason, it has to be constructed with special steel.

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