Sunday, January 17, 2021

IAF Successfully Test-Fires BrahMos Surface-to-Surface Missiles

The Indian Air Force (IAF) on Tuesday successfully carried out the test-firing of BrahMos surface-to-surface missiles from a mobile platform at Trak Island in Andaman Nicobar islands. An official added that the missile engaged the designated mock target that was approximately 300 KM away. 

The BrahMos Aerospace is a medium range supersonic cruise missile, a joint venture between India and Russia, the 2.5 tonne missile can be launched from submarines, ships, aircraft and land platforms. 

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On Monday and Tuesday, IAF conducted the drill to check the capability of the missiles to hit targets with precision as part of routine personnel training. As per an official, a direct hit on the target was achieved. He further said, “Firing of the missile has enhanced IAF”s capability to engage the grounds targets with pinpoint accuracy from a mobile platform,” he said.


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