Nag anti-tank missile ready to be inducted, SANT missile test-fired from Balasore

Nag anti-tank missile ready to be inducted, SANT missile test-fired from Balasore

At 6.45 am these days the Defence analysis and Development Organization (DRDO) with success completed the ultimate trial of Nag anti-tank missile employing a live payload on a dud tank at Pokhran army ranges. The shoulder launched four klick vary missile with Imaging below red seeker can currently be inducted in Indian Army.

The Nag trial comes when the DRDO tested the whirlybird launched Stand-off Anti-Tank Missile (SANT) with on the far side ten metric linear unit vary from Balasore testing home in Odisha on Oct nineteen. though the missile can ultimately integrated with attack helicopters in future, the take a look at was conducted from ground and was sure-fire.

According to senior organisation, the Nag anti-tank missile is currently prepared for induction because it has completed ten sure-fire user trial with the weapon finding then touch the target.

The DRDO is on a missile testing spree since the past month with only 1 missile, one thousand metric linear unit vary sub-sonic cruises Nirbhay, developing a snag during a take a look at earlier this month. The missile is currently expected to check dismissed within the returning months because the technical snag within the booster has been known and corrected by the missile team.

The final trial of Nag anti-tank missile means the Indian Army can not need to import this weapon from either Israel or the U.S.A. for the vary of 4 kilometres. it had been thanks to inconvenience of a reputable anti-tank weapon, that Bharat had to shop for around two hundred items of Spike anti-tank missiles from Israel as emergency purchases when the aggression by People’s Liberation Army in Ladakh. The Spike missiles were purchases when the Galwan occurrence on Gregorian calendar month fifteen when that each Bharat and China have deployed troops right along the 1597 metric linear unit Line of Actual management (LAC) in Ladakh.

The need for anti-tank missile was painfully felt when PLA congregate artillery, rockets and tanks in occupied Aksai Chin to discourage Bharat.

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