India has tested the new generation of anti-radiation missile which can destroy all the surveillance and radar systems. The special thing is that the missile has been screened by Sukhoi-30 MKI fighter jet. The new-generation anti-radiation missile (NGRAM) can kill about 100 kilometers away. The Defense-Research and Development Organization (DRDO) has created this missile from ground to air. DRDO earlier developed supersonic BrahMos cruise missile with Russia.
One source told our Associated newspaper, Times of India, “The missile was tested on January 18 from Sukhoi-30 MKI in Balasore. All the missile systems were working properly and it accurately distinguished the target in the Bay of Bengal. NGRAM can be blamed from different planes and speed at different angle and speed. ‘
India achieves a significant milestone with successful flight test of LRSAM on board INS Chennai. The missile direcly hit a low flying aerial target.
— Raksha Mantri (@DefenceMinIndia) January 24, 2019
On Thursday, the DRDO-Navy jointly tested the long-range surface-to-air (LR-SAM) INS Chennai from another modern Barak missile. It is built by DRDO in collaboration with Israeli Aerospace Industries and Rafael. Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman congratulated DRDO and Navy for this test and termed it as a historic achievement.
The interception range of the Supersonic Barak-8 missile system is 70 to 100 kilometers. Right now it is in the testing process. Once fully operational, it should be deployed on all Indian warships, which will protect the enemy from fighter planes, drones, helicopters, missiles and other weapons.
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