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Indian Naval Warships Fires BrahMos Cruise Missile

Indian Naval Warships Fires BrahMos Cruise Missile

he Indian Navy successfully test-fired the BrahMos missile from a destroyer, a warship within its fleet, on the eastern seaboard in the Bay of Bengal on Wednesday. The test accomplished all mission objectives, India’s blue water force said in a statement on Twitter, now X.

R-class destroyer ship and her potent weapon, both indigenous, mark another shining symbol of ‘AatmaNirbharta’ and the Indian Navy’s firepower at sea. It fulfils all challenges from adversaries, especially the Chinese PLA NAVY.

In recent weeks, India has test-fired a number of BrahMos missiles, including an extended-range land and air variant, all of which are reportedly being inducted into service with the Indian Army and Indian Air Force (IAF).

This upgraded version of the BrahMos is expected to extend the range of the missile from the existing 290 kilometers to 450, boosting India’s capacity to strike deep inside enemy territory.

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