SOURCE: RAUNAK KUNDE / NEWS BEAT / IDRW.ORG
India’s Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) has embarked on the development of a Long-Range Multiple Rocket Launcher program. The project aims to create solid-fueled 300mm rocket projectiles equipped with various warheads, surpassing the performance capabilities of the Russian BM-30 Smerch heavy self-propelled 300mm multiple rocket launcher.
According to sources familiar with the matter have told idrw that, DRDO will focus on developing 300mm rockets with firing ranges of 120km and beyond, which will play a crucial role in the upcoming Integrated Rocket Force. The unguided 300mm rockets will undergo enhancements in terms of navigation and targeting systems, incorporating improved tactical and technical features.
Additionally, the development includes a guided 300mm rocket with an extended range. This variant will feature a control unit allowing for the input of individual flight mission data for each projectile. This capability will facilitate customized flight ranges and trajectories, providing greater flexibility and precision.
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