Indian Air Force successfully test fires Brahmos air version missile from front line Su 30 MKI jet

Indian Air Force successfully test fires Brahmos air version missile from front line Su 30 MKI jet
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NEW DELHI - The Indian Air Force (IAF) on Wednesday successfully fired the BrahMos air version missile from its frontline Su-30 MKI fighter aircraft.

"The launch from the aircraft was smooth and the missile followed the desired trajectory before directly hitting the land target," the IAF said in a statement. [image: View image on Twitter] link

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#RulingTheSkies link : IAF successfully fired the #BrahMos link air version missile from its frontline Su-30 MKI fighter aircraft today. The launch from the aircraft was smooth & the missile followed the desired trajectory before directly hitting the land target.

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The IAF had in 2017 successfully fired the BrahMos air version anti-shipping missile from Su-30 MKI off the Eastern Coast.

After it fired the missile, the IAF became the first Air Force in the world to have successfully fired an air-launched 2.8 Mach surface attack missile of this category.

The air-launched BrahMos missile is a 2.5-ton supersonic air to surface cruise missile with ranges of more than 400 kms.

New Delhi