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    indian defence forum

    good development but one must remember that the pakistani babur cruise missile is not so easy to simulate…..it has terrain hugging technology along with stealth features…..india needs something a bit more advanced than the lakshya-2 to target potential threats like low flying cruise missiles….

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    Anonymous

    Thats gr8 news,… & will laxya 2 be used as re usable cruise missile?

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    satbir

    Lakshya is good enough to simulate babur. It may not have tht range but can simulate last stage of Babur. it can also simulate aircrafts very well.
    Shiv
    I readf in wekipedia tht DRDO was trying to put camera on lakshya to make UAV. Plse search abt tht.

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    Anonymous

    @ india defence forum.. welcome back bhai.. i was beginining 2 miss u..lol..and btw ur babur is no patch on our Brahmos..which is a supersonic terrain hugging cruise missile and the hypersonic version will soon be inducted too.. what is babur.. just a third class subsonic missile..`

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    dev

    shiv can you tell me what is the use of lakshya when it can not come back like uav and have small range. moreover, it always destroy its nose while lending, better we concentrate more on aura.

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    Anonymous

    Wats dat under the drone?jet propulsion system ?! reminds of the jets shown in tom and jerry cartoons!!

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    Anonymous

    Whats the difference b/w the nishant and lakshya?? and where does AURA come into the whole picture ?!

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    Mr. Ra

    Baburu can be killed in largest numbers by any point defense aircrafts.

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  9. 9

    Anonymous

    Look closely guys – does the Lakshya have a missile attached to it? Is this an attempt to make it into a jugaad UCAV?

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    satbir

    dev
    lakshya is used as live target practice. And U know that practice makes man perfect. War simulation practice is very important to train our pilots.

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