India test fires QRSAM
India has successfully test-fired the indigenously-developed Quick Reaction Surface-To-Air Missile (QRSAM) at the Chandipur integrated test range off the Odisha coast, the Indian Ministry of Defence (MoD) announced on 3 July.
The missile firing was tracked and monitored by radar, electro-optical and telemetry systems, and according to the MoD all the technologies and subsystems incorporated in the missile met mission objectives.
Defence Minister Shri Arun Jaitley called the successful trial of the missile - developed by India's Defence Research and Development Organisation - an important milestone in the indigenous surface to air missile development.
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