The Defence Research and Development Organisation has successfully carried out the final trial of the Nag anti-tank guided missile with a warhead. This test was carried out today at 6:45 am at the Pokhran field firing ranges in Rajasthan.
India today successfully carried out the final trial of the DRDO-developed Nag anti-tank guided missile with a warhead. The test was carried out at 6:45 am at the Pokhran field firing ranges in Rajasthan.— ANI (@ANI) October 22, 2020
This Nag anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) has four kilometre range missile with Imaging Infra red seeker. It will now be inducted in Indian Army as it has completed 10 successful user trial with the weapon finding and then hitting the target.
Now, Indian Army will no longer have to buy anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) for the range of four kilometres from either Israel or the US .
According to government officials, the Nag anti-tank missile is now ready for induction in Indian Army as it has successfully completed 10 user trial.
On October 19, DRDO also tested the helicopter launched Stand-off Anti-Tank Missile (SANT) with beyond 10 km range from Balasore testing range in Odisha.
DRDO has conducted at least 12 missile tests or system in last one and half month.