India’s DRDO test-fires Nag ATGM
India's Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has successfully test-fired the Nag anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) in the desert ranges of Rajasthan.
The test firing, supported by the Indian armed forces, saw the ATGM successfully destroy the target. The test was supported by ground equipment developed by the Ordnance Factory, BEL and L&T.
The Nag ATGM is a third generation fire and forget missile with advanced imaging infrared radar seeker with integrated avionics.
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