New Delhi: India successfully test fired anti-tank missile from an Indian Air Force helicopter. The test of indigenously-designed and developed Stand-Off Anti-Tank (SANT) missile was jointly carried out by Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and the Indian Air Force (IAF) at the Pokhran ranges.
The missile is equipped with a state-of-the-art MMW seeker which provides high precision strike capability from a safe distance. The weapon can neutralise targets in a range up to 10 kms.
— PIB India (@PIB_India) December 11, 2021
DRDO informed that the SANT missile is equipped with state-of-the-art millimetre wave (MMW) seeker that provides high precision strike capability from a safe distance. The weapon can neutralize targets up to a range of 10 kms.
— DRDO (@DRDO_India) December 11, 2021
DRDO has successfully tested Pinaka-ER Multi Barrel Rocket Launcher System at Pokhran Range on today morning. Earlier on Tuesday, the agency test-fired a vertical-launched short-range surface-to-air missile and an air version of BrahMos supersonic cruise missile from supersonic fighter aircraft Sukhoi 30 MK-I at Integrated Test Range in Chandipur off the Odisha coast.