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According to internal simulations conducted by the Indian military, a salvo of just three BrahMos supersonic cruise missiles could potentially cripple or even sink a Chinese aircraft carrier. This claim hinges on the BrahMos’s extreme speed and maneuverability, making it a formidable weapon against large surface targets.

The BrahMos’ Mach 3 capability makes it extremely difficult for traditional ship-based defense systems to intercept. Its speed and low-altitude skimming ability present a significant challenge. The BrahMos carries a sizeable warhead, and a successful strike on a carrier could cause catastrophic damage.

While simulations offer valuable insights, real-world combat scenarios can be far more complex. Factors like enemy countermeasures, electronic warfare, and defensive tactics employed by the carrier group can significantly influence the outcome.

Modern aircraft carriers possess sophisticated layered defenses, including anti-missile missiles and radar systems. The effectiveness of the BrahMos barrage would depend on its ability to overwhelm these defenses.

While three missiles might seem sufficient, a larger salvo would statistically increase the probability of penetrating a carrier’s defenses. The BrahMos’ development signifies a trend towards advanced anti-ship missiles that challenge traditional carrier dominance. However, advancements in defensive technologies are ongoing as well.

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