Pak teacher develops water-run rocket missile

STAFF REPORT KHI: A Pakistani mechanical engineer and a school science teacher has developed a rocket missile, with an initial capability of flying up to 320 feet high, which uses water as its fuel.

“I had to cut water bottle and to install air compressor to develop this missile,” says Muhammad Faisal, a teacher in Government Model School, Karachi, which is considered as the economic hub of the country.

Using the back pressure technique to launch, the missile could easily be used for training purposes in Pakistan Army, he viewed while talking to media.

“By adding Uranium material in the rocket to get air pressure, it could also be used to hit a target,” he explained.

Faisal is a gold medalist of a training course of mechanical engineering of Pakistan Air Forces Engineering Corps.

He looks determined to work for his country by adding his engineering and scientific inventions.

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