NEW DELHI: India on Wed- nesday successfully tested the extended range
, which has emerged as a primary precision-strike conventional weapon for the armed forces, from the integrated test range at Balasore in Odisha.
said the new BrahMos missile can strike targets over 400-km away with pin-point accuracy. This was the third test of the extended range land-attack BrahMos cruise missile, which has an indigenous airframe, booster and many other subsystems.
The test comes at a time when the original 290-km range BrahMos, jointly developed with Russia, has already been deployed in Ladakh as well as Arunachal Pradesh during the ongoing military confrontation with China.