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Well… the law of averages catches up with the MOD too. Always late, so at some point something will have to come on time. 🙂
As per my observations over a period of time, Shri. Pallam Raju seems to be driving force behind many projects – a live wire.
Can you do a profile of Shri. Pallam Raju?
Especially intersted in his take on key projects, goals and perceptions.
Deploy it in NE to kick the Chings
chinese occupation forces in tibet deserve the wreath of brahmos.
The air launched and submarine launched variants of Brahmos is the immediate need of the hour.
each regiment has how many missiles …. 60 ?
Gr88 for india… how many missiles are there in 1 regiment
Correct me if I'm wrong, but as far as my knowledge goes, each regiment has 61 missiles.
very well work doing both defence minister's for country'defence,we need type of dynamic & corrupt free leaders,both handle big defence deals without scandal, salute to mr.anthony and mr.p.rajuindia will remember you both leaders, salute to our great military
i think more than 60. till now just 120 brahmos produced (if 1 regi =60)?
I liked it – "Ahead of schedule…"I wish and hope this becomes a trend across all sectors.Kudos to those who delivered!
Good omen for occupied Tibet.
Each regiment consists of 61 missiles, 12-24 mobile launchers and 2 mobile control centers………..god bless the enemy when these are in action!
Shiv, can you do an article on Prahaar, not heard about it for ages
hey, the missile regiment is too small ;-). kidding.
i think it's 61
A Brahmos Missle Regiment -65 missiles in each regt. 4-6 launchers with 4 tubes on each launcher. 2 mobile command posts along with many computers, ACs (Commanders and other Snr offrs love such cool things especially in desert excercises in summers), state of the art communication setup, 500 men unit, mostly techically skilled and very few are general duty soldiers as compare to regular Army units (not at all liked by offrs), Few general duty vehicles (not liked by families), Very few socializing parties, Little disappointed Ladies Wives (no Sahayaks and vehicles), Seen as too technical regiment with lots of gizmos and geek by other units and their men (obviously not liked too much in the formation)
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