“NAG” was one of the first five strategic missiles planned to develop under the integrated missile development program launched in the 1980’s.
New Delhi: Three successful tests of these missiles were conducted on Sunday in the Pokhran firing range, taking a step towards incorporating Nag-Anti-tank guided missiles in the army. All these trials conducted by the Army, Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) were successful. DRDO officials said, “The missiles were tested during both day and night on Sunday.All three trials were successful. “Official sources said that the missile is in the final stage of the inclusion of the army, which will be installed on modified armored vehicles.
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The Defense Acquisition Council approved the purchase of Nag Missile System (NAMIS) designed and developed by DRDO for Rs 524 crore last year. This system includes a third-generation anti-tank guided missile nag with missile carrier vehicle (NAMICA). Third-generation anti-tank guided nag missiles have the potential of top attack, which can destroy all enemy tanks during day and night.
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The successful involvement of the Nag missile in the army is expected to boost the capacity of the army against the enemy. Presently, the Army and DRDO are testing and testing missiles on Monday to further test the missile capabilities.
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Let’s tell Snake was one of the first five strategic missiles planned to develop under the integrated missile development program launched in the 1980’s. Other missiles developed under the project include fire, earth and sky. All these three have been successfully included in the Armed Forces successfully after the trial. (Input-ANI)