Wednesday, 5 October, 2022
TopicSurface to air missiles

Topic: Surface to air missiles

DRDO, Navy successfully flight test indigenously-developed missile VL-SRSAM off Odisha coast

The flight test was carried out from the Integrated Test Range in Chandipur against a high-speed unmanned aerial target for the demonstration of a vertical launch capability.

India successfully test fires medium range surface-to-air missile at Odisha’s Balasore

The missile, to be inducted into the Indian Army, has been jointly developed by DRDO in collaboration with Israel Aerospace Industries and manufactured by Bharat Dynamics.

India successfully test-fires Quick Reaction Surface-to-Air Missile system in Odisha

Defence ministry says missile 'accurately' neutralised an airborne target, in its second successful test in five days.

New Delhi to get Washington-type missile shield NASAMS II

NASAMS II will be part of the overall multi-layered air defence shield including the indigenous BMD, S-400 Triumf and the Barak 8 besides other systems already in place.

India successfully test-fires two surface-to-air missiles in Odisha

The state-of-the-art missile has a strike range of 30 km and is capable of engaging multiple targets.

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