HomeIndian Air ForceIAF and Army Conducts 4 Successful Test of BrahMos Missile’s Surface-to-Surface Variant

IAF and Army Conducts 4 Successful Test of BrahMos Missile’s Surface-to-Surface Variant


The Indian Air Force (IAF) recently achieved a significant milestone by successfully conducting a test of the surface-to-surface version of the BrahMos Missile near the Eastern Seaboard archipelago. The missile launch was a resounding success, with the mission accomplishing all its predefined objectives.

The test-firing of the BrahMos Missile took place in the vicinity of the Eastern archipelago, and the IAF confirmed the mission’s success. The images and videos of this pivotal event were shared on the IAF’s official ‘X’ handle, showcasing the precision and effectiveness of the BrahMos missile system.

Furthermore, BrahMos Aerospace, the organization behind the development of the BrahMos Missile, reiterated its commitment to bolstering the firepower of the Indian Armed Forces. In doing so, it remains a stalwart supporter of the Atmanirbhar Bharat (self-reliant India) initiative, aligning with India’s mission to enhance its indigenous defense capabilities.

The successful test garnered applause from various quarters, including the official BrahMos Missile handle, which posted, “Congratulations @IAF_MCC for successfully carrying out a precision-strike launch of the #BRAHMOS surface-to-surface variant, which has hit the ‘Bull’s Eye’ while meeting all mission parameters.”

It’s noteworthy that this is not the only recent successful trial involving the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile. Indian defense forces, including the Indian Air Force, executed four trials of the BrahMos missile in the last two days. All of these extended-range missile trials proved their mettle by striking their designated targets with impeccable precision.

The BrahMos Missile, known for its exceptional speed and precision, continues to be a cornerstone of India’s defense capabilities. This recent success reaffirms its role as a potent asset in the nation’s arsenal, promising enhanced security and strategic prowess for the Indian military.




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