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India and the United States have initiated discussions to collaborate on the advancement of cutting-edge, next-generation technologies, including the development of Hypersonic Attack Cruise Missiles. These missiles would possess the capability to be air-launched from India’s P-8I Maritime Patrol Aircraft, enabling them to target heavily defended Carrier Battle Groups (CBGs) or flotillas of warships.

Both countries share a strong interest in the creation of long-range hypersonic cruise missiles capable of engaging heavily fortified, high-value targets such as enemy military bases and surface warships from extended distances.

The US Air Force and Navy recently terminated the AGM-183A Air-launched Rapid Response Weapon after encountering persistent issues during the prototyping phase. Meanwhile, India has been actively seeking a partner to develop its own Hypersonic Cruise Missile.

India has already formulated plans for the development of a Long-Range Hypersonic Cruise Missile, under Project Vishnu. This missile will be integrated with a first-stage Intermediate-Range Ballistic Missile (IRBM) and will incorporate a second stage powered by a scramjet engine, granting it a range of over 2000 kilometres. Additionally, India is collaborating with Russia to create a compact Hypersonic Cruise Missile that can be launched from frontline warships and high-mobility vehicles.

According to reliable sources close to idrw, discussions are underway between India and the United States for the development of a third Hypersonic Cruise Missile. This missile will possess the ability to be air-launched, and its compact design will allow for deployment from not only the P-8I Maritime Patrol Aircraft but also fighter jets of Indian origin.

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