Photos Courtesy DRDO
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So now one thing to speculate is AAD will also be in six tube launcher….it can also be converted into long range SAM…I am sure there will be new cold war like scenario between Us and China this decade….
Thanks for the Great Pics Shiv.. this set of pics out dos the previous set. keep up the good work.RegardsShrinivasan Mani
Hey Shiv, you forgot to add your B'day, bank a/c no. & livefist blog's password !!!
More Pics of Prahaar with army general and drdo officials
Out of pure ignorance: are Indian ballistic missiles (Agni series, particularly) generally longer and thinner than other ballistic missiles? Eg., the ATACMS, to which DRDO compares Prahaar, is shorter (roughly half the length) and stubbier (roughly twice the diameter). Does that say anything at all about technological capacities or not at all? eg., different design or operational parameters or choices? Asking because newer generation ballistic missiles generally tend to look squatter than older ones, if you compare from the 1950s onward. Wondering if that indicates technology growth??
Thanks Shiv for sharingthe pics, any info about Shaurya. It was tested just once in 2008.
Video of Prahar missile
Well done DRDO! We bag you when you don't perform, but should rightfully praise you when you do. Heres hoping you raise the bar even higher. Congratulations.
Nice pics…THX..Does it mean that Prahar is verticaly launched…??
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