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Back-To-Back Success by BrahMos Block III

Back-To-Back Success by BrahMos Block III 4 May, 2017

India carried out the firing of the advanced BRAHMOS Block III land attack cruise missile system in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands on the 3 May for the second consecutive day. The long-range tactical weapon was successfully tested from the same location on the 2 May, 2017. 

The firings of the supersonic cruise missile were carried out in full operational land-to-land configurations from Mobile Autonomous Launchers (MAL) at its full-range. The Indian Ministry of Defence said, "Meeting all flight parameters in a copybook manner while conducting high level and complex manoeuvers, the multi-role missile successfully hit the land-based target with desired precision, in both the trials demonstrating its accuracy of less than one metre." on its statement published on 3 May. 

BRAHMOS is capable of being launched from land, sea, sub-sea and air, against surface and sea-based targets.

Back-To-Back Success by BrahMos Block III

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