India's DRDO test fires QRSAM
India’s Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO) has carried out flight-testing of its Quick Reaction Surface-to-Air Missile (QRSAM) against live aerial targets.
The testing was carried out at the Integrated Test Range in Chandipur. Two missiles were fired against two live targets, with both successfully engaging their targets at different ranges and altitudes.
The systems are equipped with indigenously-developed phased array radar, inertial navigation system, data link and RF seeker.
The system is being developed by the DRDO for the Indian Army to provide search and track on move capability with very short reaction time.
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