BrahMos supersonic missile ; One more success for India, successful trial of land attack version of BrahMos supersonic cruise missile. India today tested the land attack version of the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile from Andaman and Nicobar Island. The supersonic cruise missile was tested at 10 am, successfully destroying the target on another island. The missile developed by DRDO was tested by the Indian Army. With this, the strike range of BrahMos missile has now exceeded 400 km.
The BrahMos supersonic cruise missile is the world’s fastest operational system in its category and DRDO has recently increased the range of the missile system from the existing 298 km to about 450 km. In the last two months, the DRDO has been successful in testing the Shaurya missile system, including several new and existing missile systems, which can hit well over 800 km.
BrahMos supersonic missile
Last month, the Indian Navy tested the BrahMos missile from its warship INS Chennai, which demonstrated its ability to hit targets at a distance of 400 km. The BrahMos supersonic cruise has become a powerful weapon for all three armed forces. India is also working on finding an export market for the supersonic cruise missile, which DRDO has largely indigenized under its project PJ10.
The Sukhoi-30 fighter aircraft of the Indian Air Force also recently targeted its target in the Bay of Bengal with a BrahMos supersonic missile. For this operation, Sukhoi aircraft took off from Halwara airbase in Punjab. It is also known as the ruler of the Indian Ocean region due to the far reach of the Sukhoi aircraft. This squadron is also equipped with BrahMos cruise missile.
India is engaged in increasing its strength amid the ongoing tension along the border with China and Pakistan. India is continuously testing cruise and ballistic missiles. In which he is also getting success. More tests have been done within the last two to three months than earlier tests used in the whole year.