The Indian Navy successfully test-fired a long-range version of the BrahMos cruise missile on Saturday (March 5). The Indian Navy announced on Twitter that an improved version of the BrahMos missile’s long-range precision strike capability had been successfully certified.
“The long-range precision attack capabilities of the Advanced version of the BrahMos missile have been successfully validated.” “Pinpoint annihilation of target displayed combat and mission preparedness of frontline platforms,” the Indian Navy tweeted.”
The Indian Navy was quoted by ANI as saying, “This feat underlines the Indian Navy’s potential to strike even deeper and affect ground operations further away from the sea, when and where required.” “Both the Brahmos missile and the INS Chennai are indigenously constructed, highlighting India’s missile and shipbuilding prowess,” they noted. They support each other. The Indian Navy’s contribution towards the Atma Nirbhar Bharat and Make in India endeavours.”
India tested a new variant of the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile off the coast of Odisha at Balasore earlier this month. The missile was equipped with new technological improvements that had been successfully proven, according to informed Defense sources.
A Sukhoi-30MKI successfully test-fired the air-launched variant of the BrahMos in November 2017. The Indian Navy’s primary armament system, BrahMos, is installed on practically all of their surface units.