The Indian Navy today test-fired a long-range version of the BrahMos cruise missile.
In a tweet, the Navy said the test-firing validated the long-range precision strike capability of the BrahMos missile.
“Long range precision strike capability of advanced version of BrahMos missile successfully validated. Pin point destruction of target demonstrated combat and mission readiness of frontline platforms. Yet another shot in the arm for Aatmanirbhar Bharat,” the Navy tweeted.
In visuals, the missile is seen being launched from a warship. It comes out from the launch tube in a high speed and gradually takes a curved flight path over the ocean.
The Indian Navy regularly conducts test-firing of the BrahMos, one of the most lethal cruise missiles in the world.