India on Sunday examined a naval model of the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile. The missile was fired from the indigenously-built stealth destroyer, INS Chennai.
With the profitable testing of BrahMos, India has now examined 11 missiles within a period of two months. The test-firing of those missiles comes at a time when India is concerned in a bitter row with China alongside the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Eastern Ladakh. The standoff additionally led to clashes in Ladakh’s Galwan Valley in June through which 20 Indian troopers have been killed.
India has test-fired a brand new model of the surface-to-surface supersonic cruise missile BrahMos and anti-radiation missile Rudram-1. It has additionally test-fired Shaurya which is a laser guided anti-tank guided missile and nuclear succesful hypersonic missile.
India has additionally deployed a sizeable variety of BrahMos supersonic missiles on the LAC.
September 7: Indigenously-developed hypersonic technology demonstrator vehicle (HSTDV), which is crucial to energy cruise missiles and long-range missile programs, was examined off the coast of Odisha.
September 22:ABHYAS – High-speed Expendable Aerial Target (HEAT) vehicles – have been examined off the coast of Odisha. These can be utilized as goal for analysis of varied missile programs.
September 23: DRDO test-fires indigenously developed laser-guided anti-tank guided missile at Ahmednagar in Maharashtra. It can be utilized to defeat “armoured vehicles protected by explosive reactive armour (ERA)”, in response to DRDO.
September 23:Prithvi-II test fired from Balasore, Odisha. It is an indigenously developed nuclear succesful surface-to-surface missile which makes use of a complicated inertial steerage system with maneuvering trajectory to hit its goal, in response to DRDO.
September 30: Extended vary of BrahMos supersonic cruise missile examined from a land-based facility in Odisha.
October 1: Laser-guided Anti-Tank Guided Missile (ATGM) fired from a MBT Arjun Tank in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra.
October 3: India efficiently test-fires new model of nuclear-capable Shaurya missile off Odisha coast.
October 5: India develops anti-submarine warfare and efficiently test-fires indigenously developed SMART torpedo system which is crucial for anti-submarine warfare (ASW) operations far past the torpedo vary.
October 10: India efficiently test-fired Rudram-1, its first indigenous anti-radiation missile which may detect enemy radars on the bottom.
October 18: A naval model of the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile fired from the indigenously-built stealth destroyer INS Chennai.
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