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SOURCE: RAUNAK KUNDE / NEWS BEAT / IDRW.ORG

Get ready for the next evolution of supersonic destruction! DRDO’s BrahMos Corporation is revving up development on the BrahMos-NG (Next Generation) missile, promising a multi-platform powerhouse with enhanced capabilities across air, land, and sea.

Leading the charge is the Air Launched Cruise Missile (ALCM) variant, poised to arm India’s fighter jets – LCA-Tejas Mk1A, Tejas MkII, Su-30MKI, and Mig-29K. Imagine the agility and firepower these platforms will gain, unleashing deadly strikes from beyond enemy radar range.

But the BrahMos-NG’s ambitions extend far beyond the clouds. Whispers from the program reveal a stealthy naval variant, ready to launch from both torpedo tubes and vertical launch systems on submarines. This silent predator will slip unseen beneath the waves, delivering devastating blows to unsuspecting foes.

Don’t underestimate the NG’s compact power. Despite a reduced 1.5-ton weight compared to its predecessor, it packs a punch with:

  • Faster Than Ever: Mach 3.5 speed courtesy of its powerful Ramjet engine
  • Stealth Prowess: Advanced next-generation stealth features for undetected precision strikes
  • ECCM Master: Enhanced Counter-Countermeasures capabilities to pierce through enemy defences

With a 290km range, the BrahMos-NG can strike deep into enemy territory, putting critical infrastructure and strategic assets within reach. This extended reach translates to greater tactical flexibility and strategic deterrence for India’s armed forces.

The BrahMos-NG represents a critical leap in India’s missile technology, solidifying its position as a major player in the global defence landscape. Its multi-platform versatility, unparalleled speed, and advanced stealth capabilities promise to redefine strategic warfare, ensuring India’s air, land, and sea forces remain a dominant force in the region and beyond.

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