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Tests of the Indian NAG rocket failed again

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Tests of the Indian NAG rocket failed again

The long-awaited anti-tank missile system Nag developed by DRDO suffered another failure on the test.


During the tests conducted at the Majadjan test site in the state of Rajasthan in the presence of high-ranking army officials and DRDO leaders, the missiles were launched from a modified Namica anti-tank carrier (BMP-2), sources said. Of the four Nag missiles, only one was able to hit the target, the rest could not do it due to a failure in the onboard equipment of the missile, they said.

The higher ranks of the army were not enthusiastic about the tests and asked the agency to prepare better in the future, they said. The rocket was developed as part of a comprehensive development program for guided missiles launched in the 1980s, and it is expected that the creation of a rocket will take a few more years before being put into service.
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  1. bye
    bye 20 August 2012 19: 39
    +8
    Apparently our refuses to sell technology and best practices wink In the photo, a rocket for an aircraft carrier is not less laughing
    1. dimon-media
      dimon-media 20 August 2012 19: 41
      +4
      and they’re right that they refuse to sell ..
    2. Kars
      Kars 20 August 2012 19: 50
      +3
      Most likely, the diagnosis is ----- crooked hands. Some Indians haven’t gotten good luck with military equipment. Then Nat Pturs has been tortured for 32 years, I’m not talking about the tank - it's pure horror.
      1. Kostyar
        Kostyar 21 August 2012 05: 23
        -3
        We decided to work with Chung-changs with amers, they began to turn their backs to Russia ..., now last year’s missiles have to be developed on a new one ...?!
    3. DIMS
      DIMS 20 August 2012 19: 59
      +3
      It would be something to sell. Is Russia armed with many IV generation ATGMs?
      1. bye
        bye 20 August 2012 20: 05
        +1
        Quote: DIMS
        It would be something to sell. Is Russia armed with many IV generation ATGMs?

        If the previous "cheap" ones hit armored vehicles once, is it worth buying new generations, which will soon exceed the cost of armored vehicles? winked
        1. DIMS
          DIMS 20 August 2012 20: 10
          0
          It is truth too. The rocket is cheap, the installation is the same. New calculations in return for the dead can be prepared quickly enough.
          1. Old skeptic
            Old skeptic 21 August 2012 14: 23
            +1
            Quote: DIMS
            New calculations in return for the dead can be prepared quickly enough.


            We need to cook the old ones with high quality, and everything will be "like on Russian radio". Everything is decided by the tactics of use and the saturation of the battlefield with means of destruction.
            (Does it really matter which bullet pierced the Bosko, most importantly, pierced).
            1. DIMS
              DIMS 21 August 2012 14: 34
              0
              No quality of preparation will allow you to tear yourself away from the target until the rocket hits the target, even crack.
              As for the "saturation" - the enemy is also actively saturating his battle formations with means of destruction. And targets using precision weapons will be destroyed first.
              1. Old skeptic
                Old skeptic 21 August 2012 14: 38
                0
                And what about the use of medium and short range, how about ambushes or the use of old complexes at fortified points and do not forget about the partisans.
        2. lotus04
          lotus04 20 August 2012 20: 37
          +6
          Quote: bye
          If the previous "cheap


          Right! RPG - 7 are called! wink
          1. bye
            bye 20 August 2012 20: 52
            +1
            Quote: lotus04
            Right! RPG - 7 are called!

            Well, yes, mobile, reliable and reliable wink
          2. sea
            sea 21 August 2012 08: 50
            0
            and besides, "Abrams" are falling apart in the ass.
    4. lotus04
      lotus04 20 August 2012 20: 36
      +1
      Quote: bye
      Apparently our refuses to sell technology and best practices


      Naturally! Very often they began to look in the direction of foams - they got to look.
      Let them scratch their turnips, maybe they’ll come up with something. Let them try to take another step. Maybe it will at least bring down satellites. wink
      1. Kars
        Kars 20 August 2012 20: 49
        0
        Quote: lotus04
        Naturally! Very often they began to go towards the foams - I got to look

        The missile is trying to repeat the characteristics of the Israeli Spike, so that they can sell something to help the Russian Federation.
        but what prevents Spike from copying --- which Indians bought for a billion bucks.
  2. Endrels
    Endrels 20 August 2012 19: 39
    0
    It happens to everyone, a little sorry for the Hindus.
  3. Yves762
    Yves762 20 August 2012 19: 43
    +1
    "The road will be mastered only by walking ...." wink
    1. Old skeptic
      Old skeptic 21 August 2012 14: 41
      0
      Quote: Yves762
      "The road will be mastered only inding.... "
  4. uralkos
    uralkos 20 August 2012 19: 45
    +2
    As far as I understand, this missile operates on the principle of being shot and forgotten and must hit the enemy’s equipment in the upper projection (tower). She has her own homing head. We ourselves do not have such missiles yet. All fly by wire.
    1. DIMS
      DIMS 20 August 2012 20: 03
      +1
      Another laser and radio control. But there is still a lag.
    2. sea
      sea 21 August 2012 08: 53
      0
      like amerovsky "Jewelin". Only very healthy.
  5. dimon-media
    dimon-media 20 August 2012 19: 45
    0
    By the way, Bulava and I were tormented. Like overpowered. Hindus will overcome too. Not all at once ..
  6. Ivan Tarasov
    Ivan Tarasov 20 August 2012 19: 49
    +1
    What generation does this rocket belong to?
    1. dimon-media
      dimon-media 20 August 2012 19: 52
      0
      Mace or Indian?
    2. DIMS
      DIMS 20 August 2012 20: 02
      +1
      Fourth. Well, or the third according to the old classification. "Shoot, forget." With IR seeker.
      1. Ivan Tarasov
        Ivan Tarasov 20 August 2012 22: 04
        0
        Thanks for the information.
        This is a promising area, we are waiting for the appearance of domestic missiles.
  7. Darck
    Darck 20 August 2012 20: 30
    0
    Well done, that even try. wink
  8. andrei332809
    andrei332809 20 August 2012 20: 55
    +1
    Indians have one problem.
    the Britons kept them on their palms. After gaining independence, the Union passed on to them almost all of the latest achievements. Therefore, they had a big chunk of development — the ability to develop from beginning to end. Here they are trying to create our ideas and materials with us, their assembly . yes and there are few skilled workers there. I have come across all this myself
  9. DimYang
    DimYang 21 August 2012 00: 27
    0
    Well, among the Indians, the goal is structured and they systematically go to it, because they know what they want. And there are fewer internal enemies than ours, so they will finish it over time.