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ougoah

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Brahmos II if the project is still alive is by definition a cooperation between India and Russia. It's touted as either a scramjet hypersonic glide or ballistic weapon dedicated to anti-shipping and anti-surface. This sounds identical to what the Zircon is claimed as. Since the Brahmos I is essentially a development on top of the Onyx/Yakhont, it would make sense that Brahmos II is like a development on Zircon - an Indianised version of Zircon developed for the specific requirements set by Indian navy or whichever branch.
 

HaldilalSDF

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The Indian Navy today testfired the anti-ship version of the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands territory.
 

HaldilalSDF

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The steel cutting ceremony of the SSN Class Submarine to be held next year at the Naval Shipbuilding Centre, Visakhapatnam. Each Submarine will weight 6,000 tons and carry 16 to 20 VLS. A six submarines under the programme Project 75 A class submarines. Its totally different from the project 75 I class submarines and project 75 K class submarines programmes currently being active in procument.
 

silentlurker

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Brahmos air to air? Surely they mean Brahmos air to ground right?I don't think you need 200kg of explosive to take down an aircraft unless you're planning on shooting down a SHIELD helicarrier
 

LCR34

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Brahmos air to air? Surely they mean Brahmos air to ground right?I don't think you need 200kg of explosive to take down an aircraft unless you're planning on shooting down a SHIELD helicarrier
Perhaps he means Astra (brain fart) instead of BrahMos.
 

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