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India has delivered the first batch of BrahMos supersonic cruise missiles to the Philippines today, marking a significant boost to the Southeast Asian nation’s coastal defense capabilities. This powerful weapon system will enhance the Philippines’ ability to deter and defend against potential maritime threats.

The BrahMos missile boasts an impressive range, although details can vary depending on the specific variant. This land-based variant, likely the one being delivered to the Philippines, has a range of approximately 290 kilometers (180 miles).

To visualize this range, above image provides the cover Brahmos can provide. The standard BrahMos would extend this circle well into the South China Sea, encompassing a significant portion of the strategically vital region. This expanded defensive reach strengthens the Philippines’ position in safeguarding its maritime borders.

The BrahMos acquisition serves as a deterrent against potential aggressors. The missile’s speed and precision make it a formidable weapon system, capable of effectively engaging targets at sea. This bolstered defense capability strengthens regional stability and contributes to a peaceful resolution of maritime disputes.

It’s important to note that the exact specifications of the BrahMos missiles being delivered to the Philippines may not be publicly disclosed. However, the overall impact remains significant – the BrahMos system provides the Philippines with a powerful tool to protect its maritime interests.

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