BrahMos Surface to Surface Missile Test-Fired by Indian Air Force, Watch Video
Indian Air Force Test-Fires Two BrahMos Missiles (Photo Credits: Twitter/@IAF_MCC)

New Delhi, October 22: The Indian Air Force (IAF) has successfully fired two BrahMos surface to surface missiles at Trak Island in Andaman and Nicobar group of islands on October 21 and October 22. The dual firing has been done as a part of routine operational training. The test-firing was successful as the twin firings directly hit the targets which were 300 km away with pinpoint accuracy. India Successfully Test Fires DRDO-Made Quick Reaction Surface-to-Air Missile off Odisha Coast.

"The missile engaged the designated mock targets close to 300 Km away. A direct hit on the target was achieved in both cases. The firing of the missile has enhanced IAFs capability to engage the grounds targets with pinpoint accuracy from a mobile platform," said Indian Air Force in a tweet.

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The BrahMos is a supersonic cruise missile that can be launched from submarine, ships, land or aircraft. It is the world's fastest supersonic cruise missile. The ship-launched and land-launched versions are currently in use, while the submarine and air-launched versions are in the testing phase.