Final trial of anti-tank guided missile 'Nag' successful, ready for induction in Army- The New Indian Express

Closing trial of anti-tank guided missile ‘Nag’ profitable, prepared for induction in Military- The New Indian Categorical

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By ANI

NEW DELHI: In a serious increase for the indigenisation in defence sector, India in the present day efficiently carried out the ultimate trial of the Nag anti-tank guided missile after which the weapon system is now prepared for induction into the Indian Military.

“India in the present day efficiently carried out the ultimate trial of the DRDO-developed Nag anti-tank guided missile with a warhead. The take a look at was carried out at 6:45 am on the Pokhran subject firing ranges in Rajasthan,” Defence Analysis and Improvement Organisation officers advised ANI right here.

The Missile system is now prepared for induction into the Indian Military which has been on the lookout for such a missile system to take down the enemy tanks and different armoured autos.

The Nag Missile system fired from a Nag Missile Provider (NAMICA) can take our targets at ranges of four to 7 kilometres and is fitted with a sophisticated seeker to house on to its goal.

The NAG missile is a third-generation anti-tank guided missile, which has high assault capabilities that may successfully have interaction and destroy all recognized enemy tanks throughout day and evening.

The Military wants third-generation ATGMs with a strike vary of over 2.5km with hearth and neglect capabilities. It wants them to equip its mechanised infantry items to hold them on their Russian BMP autos.

The military is at present utilizing second-generation Milan 2T and Konkur ATGMs and has been on the lookout for about third-generation missiles, that are necessary for stopping advancing enemy tanks.

The Defence Ministry in 2018 had cleared the acquisition of 300 Nag missiles and 25 NAMICAs for the Indian Military.

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