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The blow of the four elements: how the Russian-Indian rocket became universal

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For the first time in the world stories created universal rocket weaponwhich is applied from air, surface, underwater and land carriers.


The blow of the four elements: how the Russian-Indian rocket became universal


The first fire test of the BrahMos-A cruise missile, representing the air-to-surface variant of the shock complex developed by the Russian-Indian joint venture BrahMos Aerospace, is of great symbolic and practical significance. For the first time in world history, a universal rocket weapon has been created, which is used from air, surface, submarine and land carriers and at the same time has a high supersonic flight speed, which makes it possible to successfully overcome the air defense of a high-tech adversary. How the Russian and Indian designers managed to do this and what the future holds for the project, says the website of the TV channel Zvezda.

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  1. aszzz888
    aszzz888 29 November 2017 05: 58 New
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    ... after all, they didn’t go as they should in the air, from airplanes ... but now it seems that problems with this have been resolved ...
    1. Chertt
      Chertt 29 November 2017 06: 20 New
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      Based on their performance characteristics, the rocket is good, but without breakthrough technologies. Rather, BrahMos is interesting as a successful collaboration with an eye on the project of creating a lightweight stealth aircraft of the 5th generation FGFA (Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft). Necessary India and Russia
      1. izya top
        izya top 29 November 2017 11: 01 New
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        Quote: Chertt
        BrahMos is interesting as a successful collaboration

        your money, ideas of the USSR repeat
    2. siberalt
      siberalt 29 November 2017 08: 54 New
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      I wonder who invested whom, or invested in a percentage ratio?
  2. SPACE
    SPACE 29 November 2017 10: 55 New
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    Another nail on the deck of an aircraft carrier wassat
  3. ZVO
    ZVO 1 December 2017 13: 45 New
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    And why the first in the world?
    Wouldn't the same Harpoon be / is initially multi-positional?
    The author is just a little silly.
    He does not know the history of weapons at all.
    RGM-84 - surface ships / coastal units, UGM-84 - submarines;
    AGM-84 - Air.
    Harpoon can also be used on ground targets.

    It’s the same with axes.