Good morning friends. As I was working here on my table, just taking my eyes to relax, I came across with the news about the missile.
India on Sunday test fired supersonic surface to surface ‘BrahMos’ missile. Test of supersonic cruise missile was conducted in Pokharan in Rajasthan and it successfully hit its target near Ajasar.
India Successfully Test Fired BrahMos cruise missile
This was the third test-firing of the latest Block II version of the missile.
Earlier, two tests were held on January 20 and March 4.
Chief of Army Staff General Deepak Kapoor and several high officials and DRDO scientists were present.
BrahMos cruise missile with a striking range of 290 km, can be launched from submarines, ships, aircraft or land.
The ship-launched and land-based missiles can carry a 200-kg warhead, whereas the aircraft-launched variant can carry a 300-kg warhead.
BrahMos missile derives its name from the Brahmaputra River in India and Moscow River in Russia.
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Tagged Aircraft, Ajasar, Block II Version, Brahmaputra River, BrahMos Missile, Cruise Missile, DRDO Scientists, High Officials, India, Land, Land-based Missile, Missile, Moscow River, Pokharan, Rajasthan, Russia, Ships, Submarines, Supersonic, Test Fired, Third Test-firing, Warhead
Good Morning Friends, Last working day of the week. Over busy schedul for today. let’s see how the day end with tragets and achievement. With past few days events in Indian Ocean, India and Russia to hold naval wargames in Indian Ocean. Read the full news below i found on PTI.
With India and Russia bolstering their naval armada in the Gulf of Aden, the two countries would hone in on anti sea-piracy operations in the upcoming INDRA-2009 joint naval exercise in the Indian Ocean in January next year. “A task force from the Pacific Fleet, led by the Varyag missile cruiser, will leave Vladivostok in December and set sail for the Indian Ocean to participate in joint drills with the Indian navy,” Fleet spokesman Capt 1st Rank Roman Martov was quoted as saying by RIA Novosti.
This is the fourth such exercise since 2003 under the inter-services cooperation agreement between the two countries. New Delhi and Moscow held complex wargames in the sea of Japan last year.
Another naval task force of the Russian Northern Fleet led by the ‘Pyotr Veliky’ (Peter-the-Great) nuclear-powered missile cruiser also known as ‘killer of aircraft carriers’, will also join the wargames. Besides counter-piracy, maritime law, counter-terrorism, and anti drug smuggling would be other features of the joint exercise.
The exercises are being held in the backdrop of steep rise in incidents of sea-piracy off the Somali coast and in the Gulf of Aden. Both India and Russia have a naval presence in the waters.
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Tagged Aircrafts, Indian Ocean, Missile, Moscow, Naval, Navy, New Delhi, Oceasn, Sea