India’s Test Fire Of Supersonic Advanced Air Defence Missile Successful

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The Advanced Air Defence Missile In Its Trajectory Photo ABP News
The Advanced Air Defence Missile In Its Trajectory Photo ABP News

India successfully tested the Advanced Air Defence supersonic interceptor missile on Sunday 22nd November which failed the initial testing in April this year. The missile is indigenously developed by Defence Research and Development Organization. It is designed to intercept incoming missiles mid-air. It was launched from Abdul Kalam island at 10 AM Sunday morning towards a target that was launched from Chandipur test range.

 

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