India efficiently test-fired BrahMos supersonic cruise missile on Sunday from the Indian Navy’s indigenously-built stealth destroyer INS Chennai, the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) stated.
The missile which was fired from INS Chennai hit the goal within the Arabian Sea with pinpoint accuracy after performing high-level and intensely complicated manoeuvres.
BrahMos as ‘prime strike weapon’ will make sure the warship’s invincibility by participating naval floor targets at lengthy ranges, thus making the destroyer one other deadly platform of Indian Navy.
“BRAHMOS, the supersonic cruise missile was successfully test-fired today on 18th October 2020 from Indian Navy’s indigenously-built stealth destroyer INS Chennai, hitting a target in the Arabian Sea. The missile hit the target successfully with pin-point accuracy,” the DRDO stated in a tweet.
BRAHMOS, the supersonic cruise missile was efficiently check fired right now on 18th October 2020 from Indian Navy’s indigenously-built stealth destroyer INS Chennai, hitting a goal within the Arabian Sea. The missile hit the goal efficiently with pin-point accuracy.
— DRDO (@DRDO_India) October 18, 2020
Rajnath Singh congratulated DRDO, BrahMos and Indian Navy for the profitable launch.
Secretary DDR&D & Chairman DRDO Dr G Satheesh Reddy, congratulated the scientists and all personnel of DRDO, BrahMos, Indian Navy and business for the profitable feat.
He acknowledged that BrahMos missiles will add to the capabilities of Indian Armed Forces in some ways.
BrahMos is a short-range supersonic cruise missile. It might be launched from a submarine, a warship, from an plane, and even from the bottom.
The extremely versatile BrahMos has been collectively designed, developed and produced by Russia’s NPO Machinostroyenia and India’s Defence Research and Development Organization.
BrahMos is probably the most trendy missile system ever developed by India and Russia and has made India a frontrunner in missile know-how.
This check comes after one other BrahMos missile with an indigenous airframe and booster and a spread of 400 km was examined from an built-in check vary at Balasore in Odisha on September 30.