India successfully test-fires Quick Reaction Surface to Air Missile system

The QRSAM was Flight-tested with complete setup in deployment mode intercepting the goal mid-air, fulfilling the mission aims.

The QRSAM weapon program, which functions on the transfer, includes fully automatic command and control range shredder surveillance radar array battery multifunction radar and launcher. (Representational).

India on Monday Gradually test-fired its Quick Reaction Surface to Air Missile (QRSAM) system, likely to be inducted into the armed forces by 2021, by a foundation off Odisha shore.

The missile From the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), was flight-tested in the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur close here in 1145 hrs, a defence statement stated.

The QRSAM was Flight-tested with the goal mid-air being intercepted by the setup in deployment mode, fulfilling with the mission goals, ” it stated. “The whole event was tracked by ground telemetry systems, array radar systems, and electro-optical monitoring systems,” the announcement said.

The QRSAM weapon System, which functions on the transfer, includes fully automatic command and control array battery protection radar range battery multifunction radar and launcher.

The radars have been Four-walled having a policy with the hunt on the move and monitor on the moving capacity, ” it stated. Director General (Missiles and Strategic Systems), MSR Prasad, was current throughout the trial.

With this assignment, Trials of this weapon system have been completed, and It’s anticipated to be prepared for induction the Defence statement said.

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