India Test Fires Indigenous Anti-tank Guided Missile
03:24 PM, September 16, 2015
India's Nag ATGM
Indian Bharat Dynamics (BDL) has successfully test-fired an indigenously developed second generation, 2.8 km range, anti-tank guided missile, Amogha-1.
According to a press release issued by the defense public sector unit Tuesday, the test firing was carried out on September 10 at Babina Army Range in Madhya Pradesh.
"This is the first ever design and developmental effort in respect of missiles by BDL, Hyderabad. Amogha-I missiles will be offered to the army after due qualification and validation trials," the release said.
Two missiles were fired and both hit targets placed at 2.6 km as well as 2.8 km respectively. Both flights were without any deviation for its designed path profile and all design parameters were met, the release said.
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