India successfully test-fired supersonic BrahMos cruise missile. The new version of the supersonic BrahMos missile is lethal for enemies, successful test conducted from Chandipur.
India has successfully test-fired the supersonic BrahMos cruise missile from Chandipur, Odisha.
This missile has proved to be technically stronger and more effective than the test that has been done this time. According to defense sources, this test has been completely successful.
BrahMos has also proved itself in this test. This is India’s second test of BrahMos missile in the last ten days.
Earlier on January 11, India had conducted a successful test-fire from a secretly guided-missile destroyer of the Navy.
It is also very special for you to know that the Philippines has put its final seal on the purchase of this Indo-Russian missile.
The range of BrahMos missiles is about 350 to 400 km. The last time an advanced sea-to-sea version of the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile was test-fired from INS Visakhapatnam.
According to defense sources, new technology has been used in this missile.
DRDO sources said the supersonic BrahMos missile with new additional technologies, including control systems, was test-fired from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) LaunchPad III at Chandipur at around 10.45 am.
The detailed data of the test is being analyzed.
Let us tell you that India has deployed BrahMos missiles at several places of strategic importance along the Line of Actual Control with China in Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh.
Because of this, the heartbeat of China has also increased. Let us tell you that the BrahMos missile was tested before which was successful.
BrahMos missile is a supersonic missile that is counted among the deadliest missiles in the world. It can destroy the enemy in the blink of an eye.
The BrahMos missile has so far been inducted into the Army, Air, and Navy as well. Efforts are being made to improve it continuously. This missile is the result of a joint effort of India and Russia.
The speed of this missile makes it the deadliest. Staying hidden from the eyes of the enemy, it strikes accurately. One of its major features is that the enemy’s radar cannot catch it.