BrahMos missile test-fired from warship INS Kolkata

New Delhi: India today successfully test-fired the 290 km-range BrahMos supersonic anti-ship cruise missile from the country's largest indigenous warship INS Kolkata off the coast of Karwar in Karnataka.  The Mazagon Dockyards Limited-built INS Kolkata
brahmos missile test fired from warship ins...
PTI June 09, 2014 16:33 IST
New Delhi: India today successfully test-fired the 290 km-range BrahMos supersonic anti-ship cruise missile from the country's largest indigenous warship INS Kolkata off the coast of Karwar in Karnataka.  

The Mazagon Dockyards Limited-built INS Kolkata is yet to be formally inducted into the Navy and will have the capability to launch 16 BrahMos missiles in one go when it enters operational service.

The missile was test-fired from INS Kolkata, which is a new ship under Project 15-Alpha series, off the coast of Karwar this morning and all the parameters were met during the test, defence officials told PTI here.

INS Kolkata is the first of its class of warships in the country and is undergoing extensive trials before its planned induction into the Navy in July, they said.  

The Navy has already deployed BrahMos weapon systems on several of its warships including the Russian-origin Talwar Class vessels.

 
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