According to the website of the Hindustan Times on December 17, India successfully test-fired two Earth-2 short-range ballistic missiles yesterday (16th).
It is worth mentioning that the Russian side just launched four consecutive “Brava” intercontinental missiles on December 12.
According to Indian media reports, on December 16, India test-fired two “Earth-2” ballistic missiles at the Chandipur Comprehensive Test Range near Barrassol in eastern Orissa.
Indian media quoted sources as saying that the test launch was a success.
Indian media also said that just earlier this month, the test launch of the Indian anti-ship version of the Bramos supersonic cruise missile also successfully hit the target.
According to the data, the “Earth-2” missile is one of the results of the “Comprehensive Missile Development Plan” implemented by the Indian Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) since 1983, and the troops began to be loaded in 2003.
The missile can range up to 350 kilometers and can carry conventional warheads or nuclear warheads weighing 500 to 1,000 kilograms.
According to media reports, the Russian Ministry of Defense said on December 12 that on December 12, the Russian “North Wind God”-class strategic nuclear submarine Vladimir Monomacher fired four “Brava” intercontinental ballistics from the waters of the Okhotsk Sea at the Chiza Training Ground in Arkhangelsk Oblast in northwest Russia.
Missile, the missile has a flight distance of more than 5,500 kilometers and hits the target accurately.