Missiles of India

History:- In the 1970s The Defense Research & Development Laboratory (DRDL) started a project the Devil and the Valiant. The project Devil was aimed to produce short-range Surface to air missiles. The project Valiant was aimed to produce long-range Ballistic missiles. Both projects consider failures. Project Valiant terminated in 1974 and the project Devil ended in 1980. India fails but not lose hope. Then came IGMDP Integrated Guided Missile Development Program was launched in 1983 to develop five missile systems in the country. This program was created under Abdul Kalam Sir. This project was aimed to…

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Indian missiles

• Agni 5 is the most accurate Inter Continental Ballistic Missile in the world with less than 10m CEP. It has a yield of 300 kT. •BrahMos is the fastest cruise missile in the world. • Akash air defence missile is one of the cheapest and most effective missiles in its category. • BrahMos missile has sea skimming capability and can fly as low as 3 metres from water surface.This makes it invisible to some of the air defence systems. • During 1971 war, a Styx missile was used by…

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