In India, conducted a test launch "BrahMos" on the ground target

In India, a test launch of the BrahMos cruise missile on a ground target was successfully conducted, RIA News message to BrahMos Aerospace Limited.




“The missile was launched from a mobile launcher at the Pokhran testing ground in Rajasthan on 10.00 (07.30 Moscow time) and successfully hit its intended target,” the release says.

Last Sunday, tests were conducted from the board of the newest destroyer "Kochi".

Help Agency: “BrahMos is a two-stage cruise missile with a solid launch starting first stage, which accelerates it to supersonic speed, after which it is separated. The rocket has a range of up to 290 km and maintains supersonic speed throughout the entire flight. The maximum flight altitude is up to 15 kilometers, the lowest altitude is up to 10 meters. The rocket carries an ordinary warhead weighing from 200 to 300 kg. BrahMos has the same configuration for ground, surface and underwater launchers (carriers). "
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  1. for_White_Only 7 November 2015 11: 12 New
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    yeah .. how many Indians would make a rocket without the participation of Russian scientists)
    1. MIKHAN 7 November 2015 11: 25 New
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      We experienced in battle ... You feel the difference to the Indians!
      1. Lesorub 7 November 2015 11: 29 New
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        In what battle?
        1. Kos_kalinki9 7 November 2015 11: 32 New
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          Quote: Lesorub
          In what battle?

          In melee laughing laughing
          1. MIKHAN 7 November 2015 11: 43 New
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            Quote: Kos_kalinki9
            Quote: Lesorub
            In what battle?

            In melee laughing laughing

            Right! I'm talking about Gauges ... Minus the right ..))))
            1. Kos_kalinki9 7 November 2015 11: 45 New
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              Meehan! Neighing but without cons.
            2. Afinogen 7 November 2015 12: 08 New
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              Quote: MIKHAN
              Right! I'm talking about Caliber ..



              Also laughed laughing Well, what a battle it is, (the Igil savages have no air defense) I would call it a large-scale test.
              1. GSH-18 7 November 2015 17: 17 New
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                Quote: Athenogen
                Quote: MIKHAN
                Right! I'm talking about Caliber ..



                Also laughed laughing Well, what a battle it is, (the Igil savages have no air defense) I would call it a large-scale test.

                And fly swatter and condoms with tied explosives ?? wassat laughing There is still air defense!
              2. Stas157 8 November 2015 08: 14 New
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                Quote: Athenogen
                He laughed too. Well, what kind of battle is this (the Igil savages have no air defense), I would call it a large-scale test.

                You do not exaggerate! In Syria, real combat conditions! These savages put a third of Assad’s aviation. And the MANPADS Arrow they definitely have. The fact that there is no loss is the merit of a very serious preparation. Is it just that the best pilots and helicopter pilots were sent there? Any mistake can be expensive. What is it worth providing 30 attack aircraft! These are cover fighters and helicopters for the evacuation of shot down pilots and ground air defense, combat security of the base, plus a group of ships in the Mediterranean Sea, led by the flagship of the RK Moscow. And all these efforts are aimed at ensuring that our flyers have no losses!
    2. Nick 7 November 2015 11: 33 New
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      Quote: for_White_Only
      yeah .. how many Indians would make a rocket without the participation of Russian scientists)

      The Hindus financed the project, which made it possible to preserve the Russian design school. Start of the 1998 project year. At that time, our defense industry and design bureau eked out a miserable existence, because Russia was declared default. For the Russian defense industry, the BrahMos project came in handy.
    3. NEXUS 7 November 2015 12: 14 New
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      Quote: for_White_Only
      yeah .. how many Indians would make a rocket without the participation of Russian scientists)

      Good thing wink .It would be better to “please” the adversary with the U-71 GLADER, in order to remove any doubts that the Russian army is strong and the military-industrial complex is alive and creates weapons that can completely change the world order. hi
      1. GSH-18 7 November 2015 17: 19 New
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        Quote: NEXUS
        Still to "please" the adversary with the GLADER Yu-71

        That's right! +
    4. War and Peace 7 November 2015 13: 36 New
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      Well, the "news". If you take Yakhont, then this is a development of the 80s, and this Brahmaputra has already been tested from 0 years and in 2009 was adopted, so what's the catch? the rocket is adapted for land, air, sea carriers, but the rocket is old, it’s time, as it were, to show the second brahmaputra with hypersound ...
      1. Samaritan 7 November 2015 18: 33 New
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        Launch in full: Launch BrahMos block III rocket at Pokharan training ground in Rajasthan, 18.11.2013/XNUMX/XNUMX
        BrahMos block III rocket launch

        And regarding this
        Everything is strictly and secretly!
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    6. V.ic 7 November 2015 15: 11 New
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      Quote: for_White_Only
      how many Indians would make a rocket without the participation of Russian scientists)

      Read the Ramayana ...
    7. Russian Uzbek 7 November 2015 21: 20 New
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      they were lucky that we had the 90s here and all that ... bought for pennies! and so would have bought from the French ... or somewhere else in a trident ...
  2. Kamikadze19 7 November 2015 11: 16 New
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    Beautiful setting
    1. rotmistr60 7 November 2015 11: 19 New
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      Probably painted beautifully?
      1. GRAY 7 November 2015 11: 39 New
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        Quote: rotmistr60
        Probably painted beautifully?

        Not, without a soul, did not even try.
        Nice, this is it:
        1. engineer74 7 November 2015 12: 16 New
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          Cake on the trucks! This is not the first time I see a photo - there is only one association! smile
          1. V.ic 7 November 2015 15: 14 New
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            Quote: engineer74
            Cake on the trucks! This is not the first time I see a photo - there is only one association!

            Ah, dear, you would only laugh (can I eat?)!
          2. GSH-18 7 November 2015 17: 21 New
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            Quote: engineer74
            Cake on the trucks! This is not the first time I see a photo - there is only one association! smile

            Tankcott! And it’s beautiful and delicious and shoots! lol Multifunctional however ... Suhpayanka! lol
        2. Amurets 7 November 2015 14: 44 New
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          By chance, these tanks are not from a lesbian company?
    2. qwert555 7 November 2015 13: 39 New
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      If they invested some meaning and painted under the Indian landscape, then perhaps this justifies this bad taste. But I don’t have confidence in this, it’s banal Indian folk art. They definitely need to cooperate with Russia not only on the rocket itself, but also with our designers.
      1. Bayonet 7 November 2015 14: 48 New
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        Quote: qwert555
        commonplace indian folk art

        They decorated their war elephants as well. Apparently a tradition.
        1. gjv
          gjv 7 November 2015 18: 16 New
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          Quote: Bayonet
          They decorated their war elephants as well. Apparently a tradition.

          These launchers are assembled at the Indian enterprise of BEML. They still do a lot of things, for example, locomotives and subway trains, bulldozers and graders, and also such “elephants”.

          Tradition, however.
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        gjv 7 November 2015 18: 10 New
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        If they invested some meaning and painted under the Indian landscape, then perhaps this justifies

        Launcher cars are painted under the mountain-desert landscape of Rajasthan which is being tested.
  3. Vladimir 1964 7 November 2015 11: 18 New
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    In India, a test launch of the BrahMos cruise missile was successfully conducted on a ground target, RIA News reports from BrahMos Aerospace Limited.


    In addition to the launch, Dear author of the publication, any details would be interesting. And since it is an "empty" article.
    He did not seek to offend, but the right, in this form, the article is not interesting. hi
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    2. Dr. Livesey 7 November 2015 11: 29 New
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      Quote: Vladimir 1964
      In addition to the launch, Dear author of the publication, any details would be interesting. And since it is an "empty" article.
      He did not seek to offend, but the right, in this form, the article is not interesting.

      But there is an interesting photo. The camouflage is strange in complexes. Hindus played tic tac toe? laughing Who will say what kind of car platform? Any TATA? hi
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        aba 7 November 2015 11: 50 New
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        Any TATA?

        As far as you can see the logo, that's right!
      2. gjv
        gjv 7 November 2015 11: 59 New
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        Quote: Dr. Livesey
        Hindus played tic tac toe? Who will say what kind of car platform? Any TATA?

        Doctor, you're right. This is the Tata LPTA 1621 TC (6x6) in a mountain-desert digital camouflage suitable enough for the state of Rajasthan where the tests are being conducted.
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          gjv 7 November 2015 13: 06 New
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          Quote: gjv
          Doctor, you're right. This is Tata LPTA 1621 TC (6x6)

          Quote: GRAY
          I found an Indian company - "BEML", they write that they are of the type "made", in fact they are assembled, most likely simply.

          Doctor, sorry hi , got excited and overlooked. Tat has a more “boxy” cabin elongated.
          This, as Sergey reports GRAY, indeed Tatra T816 6MWR8T 45 373 12x12.1R, assembled at the Indian state plant BEML.
          Here is the first option in the photo, still based on the original Tatra.
        3. Zaurbek 7 November 2015 20: 10 New
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          You know how to count 12x12 turns. Apparently there are no heavy machines like MAZs, and that’s lengthening.
      3. GRAY 7 November 2015 12: 04 New
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        Any TATA?

        In my opinion this is the Tatra.
        The chassis of the Tatra T816 Force.
      4. mav1971 7 November 2015 12: 04 New
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        Quote: Dr. Livesey
        Who will say what kind of car platform? Any TATA? hi


        Tatra most likely.
        But Tata really wants to deliver their trucks.
        It may already supply, since in India there is a strong corruption scandal over the purchase of the Tatra Mountains.
        1. GRAY 7 November 2015 12: 13 New
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          Quote: mav1971
          Maybe already delivers,

          Assembly in India is carried out, it seems. I found an Indian company - "BEML", they write that they are of the type "made", in fact they are assembled, most likely simply.
          http://www.bemlindia.com/product_defence.php
      5. Vladimir 1964 7 November 2015 13: 26 New
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        Quote: Dr. Livesey
        But there is an interesting photo.


        As an option, a colleague. But there is a colleague GRAY, the tanks are even funnier. laughing
  4. NIKNN 7 November 2015 11: 31 New
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    Judging by the launcher, there are (missiles) there. 4. Pieces from 15 to 10 m. It is problematic to fight back even an AUG order (without serious damage), if from different directions .... belay And on SC probably something simpler is necessary, though ... sad
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      gjv 7 November 2015 12: 24 New
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      Quote: NIKNN
      Judging by the launcher, there are (missiles) there. 4. Pieces from 15 to 10 m. It is problematic to fight back even to an AUG order (without serious damage), if from different directions

      Missiles on the launcher - 3 pieces.


      There are two (according to other sources, three) missile regiments in the Indian Armed Forces. Regiment - a rather modest concept - 4 launchers, loaded with three missiles and ammunition of 90 missiles for reloading. India has missile regiments on the borders with Pakistan and China. In the immediate plans of the Indians to complete the third and fourth regiment.
      Regarding the AUG warrant, it is doubtful that the aircraft carrier would approach the coast of India closer than 290 kilometers (the effective range of the current version of BrahMos). So we are still waiting for the air launch from the Su-30MKI. hi
      1. NIKNN 7 November 2015 13: 00 New
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        gjv Thanks for clarification. I fully agree that the AUG will not work (they have plans to go beyond the range of the Chinese PKBR), I had in mind the possibility of damaging even such a protected group.
        drinks
  5. samoletil18 7 November 2015 11: 32 New
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    Interesting hit? I got a jet in the morning. And if by, then a successful launch? Where are the minimum details about the goal? Although they did our rocket to them, I think, nevertheless, something was successfully hit.
    1. Mikhail Krapivin 7 November 2015 11: 34 New
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      Quote: samoletil18
      And if by, then a successful launch?


      From the point of view of his wife, mopping the floor - no. :)
      1. samoletil18 7 November 2015 11: 57 New
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        Quote: Mikhail Krapivin
        Quote: samoletil18
        And if by, then a successful launch?


        From the point of view of his wife, mopping the floor - no. :)

        I would wash myself. Firstly, the “mopping floor” will be offended and upset, secondly, it created the situation itself - it was resolved, thirdly, well, it’s a shame to leave this after yourself - not some Bandera.
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      gjv 7 November 2015 15: 51 New
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      Interesting hit?

      Details about the ground target are not reported this time. In spring, they shot on islands in the Bay of Bengal, from Kar-Nicobar to Trak, about 125 km. They claim to be hit. The island of Truck is uninhabited, with an area of ​​0,26 sq. Km.
  6. K-36 7 November 2015 11: 46 New
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    It’s about the name of the BrahMos joint production rocket that has long been a splinter in my soul.
    If they decided to name the project by the name of the nationally significant rivers of each of the project partners, it was necessary to call Bravo drinks : Sconce (Hmaputra) Va (lga). For the Moscow river does not pull on the national in size ... yes
    And so, putting BraMos on a wheeled tractor, the Indians built their own national Iskander wink.
    Best regards hi .
  7. Diviz 7 November 2015 12: 47 New
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    The caliber rocket is subsonic and this is how it is written supersonic.
  8. Wiski 7 November 2015 13: 27 New
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    And they put the missile defense system at Barak - 8, which is jointly manufactured in Israel and India.
    And they check this complex with the same Bramos, that is, Israel, also having this complex (Barak-8), can be calm that it is able to shoot down yachts, which are the same brahmos bully
    1. Phantom Revolution 7 November 2015 14: 56 New
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      Quote: Wiski
      shoot down yachts, which are the same brahmos bully

      What is calm from? Or do you think that there may be a war between Israel and the Russian Federation or with India?)
      Yes, the proof can be that Barak-8 shot down Bramos, well, the proof, that Bramos is a yachting.)
      1. mav1971 7 November 2015 16: 58 New
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        Quote: Phantom Revolution
        Quote: Wiski
        shoot down yachts, which are the same brahmos bully

        What is calm from? Or do you think that there may be a war between Israel and the Russian Federation or with India?)
        Yes, the proof can be that Barak-8 shot down Bramos, well, the proof, that Bramos is a yachting.)


        Yakhont, aka Bramos, aka Onyx.
        Yakhonts were delivered to Syria.
        Israel and Syria fought more than once.
        About a dozen, probably, if from 1947 of the year ...
        1. Phantom Revolution 7 November 2015 17: 28 New
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          The missile is based on P-800 Onyx (more precisely, on its export version - Yakhont).
          This is based on does not mean that the rocket is an exact copy (with its modifications for the better or vice versa - this is how the Indians wanted). It's like comparing the X-NUMX of different modifications.) Well, okay.) About Syria, they made fun of (there was only war Israel declare).)
          1. mav1971 8 November 2015 14: 20 New
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            Quote: Phantom Revolution
            The missile is based on P-800 Onyx (more precisely, on its export version - Yakhont).
            This is based on does not mean that the rocket is an exact copy (with its modifications for the better or vice versa - this is how the Indians wanted). It's like comparing the X-NUMX of different modifications.) Well, okay.) About Syria, they made fun of (there was only war Israel declare).)


            Remember the state of the Syrian army when the Israeli Air Force tried to destroy the Yakhont depot. And how many years ago it was. And was there ISIS at all (Daish) ...
    2. Zaurbek 7 November 2015 20: 14 New
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      A direct flying Bramos is also difficult to shoot down, and a crooked flying Yakhont is more difficult, and the P-800 onyx may not be visible until it arrives.
      1. Wiski 7 November 2015 20: 49 New
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        Again the potsriots drew themselves. It’s not for nothing that Indians put BARAK-8 for themselves - it’s precisely for these purposes that you don’t consider Indians to be idiots sad
        1. Zaurbek 7 November 2015 22: 58 New
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          And here are patriots, in these missiles only the engine and body are the same. Barack knocks down high-speed targets. Good. The logic of missiles is different and fly differently.
          1. mav1971 8 November 2015 14: 23 New
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            Quote: Zaurbek
            And here are patriots, in these missiles only the engine and body are the same. Barack knocks down high-speed targets. Good. The logic of missiles is different and fly differently.


            How can rockets fly in different ways when the marching speed of 2.5-3 Mach?
            And a flight range of 300 km.
            With a sub-subscript or something? Or in tango mode?

            Well, you think at least a little what you write ...
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  9. Rossiyanin 7 November 2015 19: 24 New
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    Quote: MIKHAN
    Quote: Kos_kalinki9
    Quote: Lesorub
    In what battle?

    In melee laughing laughing

    Right! I'm talking about Gauges ... Minus the right ..))))

    Wow Mikhan, I did not think that you could confuse BRAMOS with Caliber. belay
  10. Mentat 8 November 2015 00: 49 New
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    Quote: Wiski
    Again the potsriots drew themselves. It’s not for nothing that Indians put BARAK-8 for themselves - it’s precisely for these purposes that you don’t consider Indians to be idiots sad

    Not sure if anyone should be considered idiots, perhaps just illiterate fans? Let's try to figure it out below.

    And they check this complex with the same Bramos, that is, Israel, also having this complex (Barak-8), can be calm that it is able to shoot down yachts, which are the same brahmos

    Onyx <> Yakhont, which comes with export technological restrictions, in turn <> Bramos, which is an update to Yakhont. However, Yakhont inherited a number of properties that are extremely useful for RCC.

    Thus, Barak-8’s ability to intercept ballistic missiles is claimed, but Onyx (and Yakhont) initially generally maneuvers anti-ship missiles with a set of anti-countermeasure programs. What they piled in Bramos is not known, but it is clear that you should try on epithets carefully, and first of all on yourself.
    1. voyaka uh 8 November 2015 12: 33 New
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      Hindus have done very simply. To tender for
      Medium-range air defense systems set the condition: "who
      will be able to intercept Bramos - and take it. "
      Only Barak-8 was intercepted.

      It’s funny that they install on the Indian destroyers
      and Bramos, and Barak-8 at the same time. And poison and antidote
      in one package!
  11. Xsanchez 8 November 2015 01: 53 New
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    What are you measuring in pygos: both Yakhont and Bramos are outdated, now in the development of Zircon.
    1. mav1971 8 November 2015 14: 26 New
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      Quote: Xsanchez
      What are you measuring in pygos: both Yakhont and Bramos are outdated, now in the development of Zircon.


      Yakhont and Bramos will become obsolete only when all carriers (submarines, boats, destroyers, cruisers) will have PU Zircon in sufficient quantity.

      Until then - Zircon does not exist.
      Remember this.
      Do not share the skin of an unkilled bear - your ancestors invented this a thousand children ago.
      Learn to use their experience.