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    Anonymous

    looks like a 1960's kid's toy to me n less a missile…its so crude

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  2. 3

    capital P

    @ anon 2…call it over you…it can blow you, no traces whatsoever…

    What is the platform..jags is it

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  3. 4

    Jeet Hormuz

    400 to 1000m ? Serious misinformation here. ? Last I heard IAF unguided CEPs were hovering around the 40m mark.

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    Anonymous

    wow indegionus ljdam !!! good going drdo….

    i would love to see gps guided 155mm artillery ammo…

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  5. 6

    Rahul

    Title bit unclear. What is the point exactly?

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    Anonymous

    OH really … ? so they have mastered 10m precision after how many years ?

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    Sudheendra

    I think this was made with Ratheon technology (used in vietnam war) that was given by it to OFB. Since this is of older technology, its ability to glide would be less when compared to its contemporaries and also its weight must be higher.

    But irrespective of this, total indigenous approach would have resulted in even more development time. It would be better to build upon something older than making totally by yourself.

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  8. 9

    Rafale

    Hi Shiv,
    I read in the New Indian Express that BAE systems have been fined for supplying defective components for the Hawk AJT. Please could you provide us with more details.

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    Gautam

    I wonder if this bomb kit uses any 'import substitution' like the South African fuses for BEL munitions.

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