India on Tuesday efficiently test-fired its Fast Response Floor to Air Missile (QRSAM) system from a base in Odisha for the second time in 4 days, defence sources stated. The missile precisely hit an airborne goal and neutralised it, they stated. The check was performed round three.42 pm from the
Built-in Take a look at Vary (ITR) at Chandipur.
It was carried out in opposition to high-performance jet unmanned aerial goal ‘Banshee’, which simulates an plane, they stated.
The radars acquired the goal from an extended vary and tracked it until the mission pc robotically launched the missile. Steady steerage was supplied via a radar knowledge hyperlink, an ITR assertion stated.
The QRSAM weapon system, which may function on the transfer, consists of indigenously developed subsystems. All aims of the check had been absolutely met.
The launch was carried out within the presence of the customers from the Military, it stated.
Quite a few vary devices had been deployed which captured the whole flight knowledge and verified the efficiency of the missile, the assertion stated.
The primary QRSAM check was performed on November 13. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh congratulated the DRDO scientists on the profitable flight check of QRSAM.
DRDO Chairman G Satheesh Reddy congratulated all of the groups that labored on the QRSAM venture for the second profitable check.