BrahMos Missile: India successfully flight-tests supersonic cruise missile BrahMos: India today successfully did the flight-tested its exactitude strike BrahMos weapon that is regarded as the world’s fastest supersonic cruise missile. Today morning at 8:42, the BrahMos hit its designated target with pin-point accurateness in Pokhran, Rajasthan.
“Formidable Supersonic Cruise Missile BrahMos was successfully flight tested at 8:42 AM today at Pokhran test range, Rajasthan. The precision strike weapon with Indian-made seeker flew in its designated trajectory and hit the target with pinpoint accuracy,” the defense ministry writes on his official page of the micro-blogging site.
The Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman congratulated the Defence Research and Development Organisation because the BrahMos had successfully done its fight test stated this can also boost the entire security of India.
Todays flight-test happened and arrived on the heels of another crucial milestone from the last November, at what time the Brahmos was fruitfully done with its test-fired for the first time which comes from the Indian Air Force’s frontline Sukhoi-30 MKI combat jet anyway.
BrahMos has been turned to be preferred conventional precision strike-weapon for the armed forces. The sleek supersonic cruise missile flies at round about three times the speed of sound, at Mach 2.8.
These armed forces have already introduced and inducted the 290-km rangeland and warship-based versions for this BrahMos missiles greater than the last decade almost.