Bangla Hunt Desk: The Defense Research and Development Organization has achieved a great deal. The company today successfully tested a laser guided anti-tank missile. DRDO today successfully tested a laser guided anti-tank missile from MBT Arjun Tank at Ahmednagar KK Range. The DRDO said the missile was capable of hitting targets at a range of three kilometers. These missiles can be launched from many platforms. MBT Arjun is currently undergoing technical evaluation tests from a gun.
DRDO successfully testfired its Laser-Guided Anti Tank Guided Missile (ATGM) from MBT Arjun Tank at KK Ranges, Armored Corps Center & School (ACC & S) Ahmednagar & # 039; day. In these tests, ATGM successfully defeated a target at 3 km: Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) pic.twitter.com/309LMciif7
– ANI ()ANI) September 23, 2020
It is also capable of harassing Explosive Responsive Armor (ERA) protected vehicles via hit (High Speed Expandable Aerial Target) warheads. This missile will be able to destroy modern tanks as well as tanks of the future. At the same time, helicopters flying at low altitudes can also be destroyed via ATGM.
India, on the other hand, successfully tested the Swadeshi High Speed Target Drone Practice (ABHYAS) on Tuesday. The practice is a high-speed drone that can be targeted by missiles during weapons system exercises. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRO) has successfully tested the practice high-speed expandable aerial target from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) in Balasore, Orissa. This is a big realization for India.
The DRDO achieved a milestone today with the successful flight test of ABHYAS – High Speed Expandable Aerial Target from ITR Balasore. This can be used as a target for evaluation of various Missile systems. Congratulations to DRDO_India & other stakeholders for this achievement.
– Rajnath Singh (rajnathsingh) September 22, 2020
Rajnath Singh said, ‘It can be used as a target for evaluation of various missile systems. Many congratulations to DRDO and other stakeholders for this achievement. ”