DRDO Successfully Test Launches BrahMos Super Sonic Cruise Missile| Ranges Upto 400 KM Making It Fastest In The World!

Big Day for India as DRDO test-fires the fastest Missile in the world, BrahMos Super Sonic Missiles on Wednesday from Chandipur Orissa. jointly developed by DRDO and NPOM

DRDO Successfully Test Launches BrahMos Super Sonic Cruise Missile| Ranges Upto 400 KM Making It Fastest In The World!

On Wednesday, India successfully test-launches the BrahMos Super Sonic Cruise Missile wtth the striking range of more than 400km from Odisha base at 10:45 am.The successful test-launch of this State-of-Art missile took place at Integrated Test Range(ITR) near Chandipur, Odisha.

In a statement by DRDO official its claimed that “All parameters have been met” . He further added “the missile can be launch from sea paltform, land, as well as from fighter jets.

Earlier in 11 March 2017, the first extended version of the missile with a strike range of 450km was successfully tested. Also, last year on this very same day September 30 , a short range land version of BrahMos was successfully tested from (ITR) Chandipur, Odisha.

India’s Defence Minister Mr. Rajnath Singh, appraised the test launch of Brahmos. In his tweet he congratulated the effort of DRDO and praised this move in the context of “Atmanirbhar Bharat ”. He tweeted 

Congratulations to Team @DRDO_India  and @BrahMosMissile for the successful flight testing of #BRAHMOS Supersonic Cruise Missile with Indigenous Booster and Air Frame for designated range. This achievement will give a big boost to India’s #AtmaNirbharBharat Pledge.

Earlier in January,  first Sukmoi-30 MKI squadron armed with BrahMos missiles, with a range of 1500 km without mid-air-refueling, commissioned at Thanjuvar.

The armed force commissioned  fighter jet and land-based version of  with a range of 290 km, that can move upto 3 times the speed of the sound at mach 2.8 was test-fired from Sukmoi-30 last year. These ground-to-air missiles can penetrate into the comouflaged terror camps deep inside the enemy’s territory, high value military targets, command and control centres and can also strike the underground nuclear bunkers.

In June 2016, India joined 34 nation Missile Technology Control Regime(MTCR). MTCR is responsible for keeping a check on the range of the missiles upto the range of 300 km. With this, it "removed the caps" and helped in extending the range upto 450 km  the range of this missile jointly developed by Russia,