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Aero India 2023

BRAHMOS felicitates IAF on 78th Air Force Day

NEW DELHI (BNS): The Indian Air Force (IAF) will be celebrating its 78th anniversary on Friday with breathtaking display of air power, at Air Force Station Hindon.

From 1932 till date, the IAF has evolved into the world's fourth largest and sees its area of operations extending far beyond the country's boundaries - from the Strait of Hormuz in the west to the Strait of Malacca and beyond in the east.

Apart from other operational capability building measures, one of the most significant action on part of IAF has been, the induction of BRAHMOS weapon system in its inventory.

The air-launched version of this supersonic cruise missile is in progress and soon IAF's multirole Su-30MKI fighters will be armed with BRAHMOS.

These two deadly combinations of land-attack version and air-version are bound to prove a force multiplier for the Air Force.

Indian Navy and Army have already inducted BRAHMOS cruise missiles.

The BRAHMOS missile jointly developed by India's DRDO and Russia's NPO Mashinostroyeniya and produced by New Delhi-based BrahMos Aerospace JV has a range of 290 km and can carry a conventional warhead of up to 300 kg.


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