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India’s Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has received the green light to develop a critical component for a new long-range, air-launched weapon a Low Observable Air-Launched Cruise Missile (LOALCM). This project signifies a significant advancement in India’s air attack capabilities.

DRDO will develop a cutting-edge Low Observable (LO) Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) seeker. This advanced technology incorporates special materials and shaping to minimize radar signature, making the missile significantly harder for enemy radars to detect. This enhanced stealth capability allows the missile to penetrate enemy defence more effectively and strike high-value targets with greater precision.

The complete missile system, still under development, is envisioned as a long-range (over 250 km) air-launched weapon designed for deep-strike missions. It will be suitable for pre-planned attacks against fixed or stationary targets with high strategic value.

The weapon is planned to be operational in extreme conditions, ensuring its effectiveness in diverse environments. Additionally, a sophisticated mission planning system will provide operators with a high degree of flexibility in deploying the missile.

The development of this air-launched missile with a low-observable seeker represents a major step forward for India’s air attack capabilities. This advanced weapon system will enhance India’s ability to conduct long-range, precision strikes against heavily defended targets.

While technical details are still evolving, further information about the missile’s capabilities is expected to be revealed soon. This project underscores DRDO’s commitment to developing cutting-edge defence technologies to safeguard India’s national security interests.

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