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- Supersonic Cruise Missile BrahMos Fired From The Navy’s Stealth Vessel; Successfully Hit The Target In Arabian Sea
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BrahMos missile tested from INAS Chennai. This missile can be fired from land, ships and fighter jets.
- BrahMos missile can strike three times faster than the speed of sound, its speed is about 3457 km. Is per hour
- BrahMos is among the selected supersonic cruise missiles in the Indian Air Force and Navy’s fleet.
India’s supersonic cruise missile BrahMos has crossed another stage of the test. It was fired from the Navy’s stealth destroyer ship (it cannot hold enemy radar) INS Chennai in Chennai on Sunday morning. It precisely targeted a target in the Arabian Ocean in this test fire. The Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) gave this information. This missile can strike three times faster than the speed of sound. Its speed is about 3457 km. Per hour. It is 400 km Can aim up to a range of.
The supersonic cruise BrahMos missile can be fired from land, ships and fighter jets. The first extended version of the missile was tested on 11 March 2017. The name of Brahmos is derived from the name of two rivers, ‘Brahm’ of Brahmaputra river in India and ‘Moss’ from Moskava river of Russia.
Missile test for the second time in two weeks
DRDO said on successful test – BrahMos is a prime strike weapon. This will enable our warships to strike from surface to surface over long distances. It was tested two weeks ago at the Integrated Test Range at Chandpura Chandipura in Odisha. At that time it also successfully met all the criteria of the test.
BrahMos is included in the fleet of Indian Army
It has been prepared by India’s DRDO in collaboration with Russia’s NPO Mashinostronia (NPOM). BrahMos is among the selected supersonic cruise missiles in the Indian Air Force and Navy’s fleet. Many important equipment including the new version’s propulsion system, airframe, power supply have been developed indigenously. This would be helpful mainly in targeting submarines, ships and boats.