BREAKING: 1st Air-Launched BrahMos Test In March
The BrahMos-A, a modified version of the Indo-Russian supersonic missile configured for air-to-ground delivery, will be test-fired for the first time in March this year from an Indian Air Force Su-30MKI. Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu who visited the BrahMos Aerospace complex in Delhi today was briefed on preparations for the test.
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