Indian Army out of 2 billion purchase of Brahmos missile will be fitted out in the Air Force-type
Indian-made land-based BrahMos cruise missile
“Brahmos” air-launched flight speed of Mach 2.8, according to Defense News website
May 10, 2009 reported that Indian scientists have successfully developed for the three services of “BrahMos” supersonic cruise missile. The sea-based missile first deployed in 2006, the Army ordered last month a $ 2 million land-based. The newly developed “BrahMos” air-launched range of 290 km.
two Indian Air Force SU -30 MKI fighter jets have arrived in Russia a place where “Brahmos” air-launched missiles will be installed in the multi-role aircraft to do the final test.
“Brahmos” air-launched flight speed of Mach 2.8, while land-based type faster than Mach 5. Air-launched will be integrated into the Il-38 maritime reconnaissance aircraft and Su -30 MKI aircraft.
Indian Air Force officials claimed that more than a standard air-launched land-based or sea-based short, released from the aircraft with the ability automatically to the target launch.
“BrahMos” missile from the “BrahMos” developed, the company is India’s Defense Research and Development organization (DRDO) and Russia’s NPO Machinery Manufacturing (Mashinostroeyenia) formed a joint venture company . (Ministry of Industry and Information Technology Electronic Science and Technology Information Institute Young in)
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