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The Defense Research and Development Organization and the Indian Navy on Wednesday successfully tested a domestic anti-ship missile fired from a helicopter at the Integrated Test Range Chandipur in Orissa. This information has been known from DRDO sources. He said the campaign has fulfilled all its objectives. It is the first local anti-ship missile system for the Indian Navy to be launched from the sky. The missile goes its way and reaches the target perfectly. According to the DRDO, sensors have been installed in the test range. The movement of the missile is monitored.

New technology has been added to the missile. It also has a domestic launcher for helicopters. The missile system has state-of-the-art navigation and integrated avionics. The flight test was observed by senior DRDO and Navy officials. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh congratulated all the parties concerned for the flight test. He said the country has achieved a high level of capability in local design and development of missile systems.

Dr. G. Satish Reddy, Secretary, Department of Defense Research and Development and Chairman, DRDO, praised the team’s efforts. He congratulated the Pakistan Navy and Naval Flight Test Squadron for their cooperation in this project. He said the measure would strengthen the firepower of the Indian Navy.

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