Successful test of a ground-to-sky missile at Chandipur DRDO- 040819

Bhubaneswar- DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organization) conducted a successful test of Surface to Air Missile at Balasore on Sunday. The test has been done at 11.5pm on Sunday. According to the information, the short range hitting missile is 30 km away. It is also capable of hitting the air from the ground. Prior to this, the information about the successful testing of 16 February, 2016 and June 4, 2017 has been given by DRDO. DRDO has developed this missile for Army Corps with the help of Bharat Electronics Limited. It is capable of killing enemy tanks, war planes and aircraft with ease. After the successful test of the missile, the scientists there expressed happiness.

It is noteworthy that in the midst of heavy tension between India and Pakistan, the Indian Army has expressed its strength by successfully testing the QRSAM missile twice before. The indigenously built surface-to-air short range missile has been successfully re-tested from Odisha’s Chandipur Sea coast test range today. This missile has the capability to hit multiple targets simultaneously. This missile has the ability to strike up to a distance of 30 km and it has been prepared as an instant reaction missile.

This missile has an all weather armed system. Has the power to identify and target the target. The missile was tested twice in two hour intervals from the launcher of a truck carrying a truck from the LC-3 test range. All the technologies and subsystems in this missile have performed well and have fulfilled all the mission needs. The missile was monitored from all radars, electro-optical systems, telemetry systems and other stations. Today, senior officials and scientific teams of Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and Interim Test Council (ITR) were present on the occasion of the test of this missile.

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