Indian Navy test fires LRSAM
The Indian Navy has successfully test fired the Long Range Surface-to-Air Missile (LRSAM) from INS Chennai against an incoming aerial target flying at low altitude, the Indian Ministry of Defence announced on 24 January.
The ship launched missile destroyed the target with a direct hit.
LRSAM is an advanced air and missile defence system, which has been designed to provide protection against a wide range of aerial, naval and airborne threats. The system features advanced phased-array radar, C2 system and launchers and missiles with advanced RF seekers.
The LRSAM has been jointly developed by India's Defence Research and Development Organisation and Israel Aerospace Industries, for the Indian Navy.
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