new Delhi. The Indian Navy has successfully tested the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile on Sunday. The Navy has conducted this test from the indigenous stealth destroyer INS Chennai. During the test, the missile has targeted a target in the Arabian Sea.
The missile was designed by the Navy for high-powered and extremely complex maneuvers prior to testing. The target was then successfully targeted with precision. The BrahMos will ensure naval surface targets as long-range targets as long-range warheads as warships. The BrahMos missile has been developed under a joint venture between India and Russia.
Launch can also be done from the ground
It is known that BrahMos supersonic cruise missile can target targets over 400 km and can be destroyed. BrahMos is a ramjet supersonic cruise missile that can be launched from submarines, warships, fighter jets and land.
Target capacity increased
The range of this missile was initially 290 km. However, now its capacity has been increased to over 400 km. According to sources, supersonic cruise missiles can destroy enemy targets for more than 450 kilometers.