|Used by||Indian Army Indian Navy Indian Air Force|
|Designer||Defence Research and Development Organisation NPO Mashinostroyeniya|
|Manufacturer||BrahMos Aerospace Limited|
Who owns BrahMos?
|Total assets||US$5 billion (2013)|
|Owners||Defense Research and Development Organisation (BrahMos Corp, India) and Federal State Unitary Enterprise NPO Mashinostroeyenia (Russia)|
Which missile is made in India?
|Prithvi (missile)||Prithvi-III (SS-350)||surface-to-surface short-range ballistic missile (SRBM)|
|Dhanush (missile)||Ship-based surface-to-surface SRBM Anti-ship ballistic missile|
Does Russia use BrahMos?
Russia and India have also jointly developed the BrahMos cruise missile, which has the potential to significantly augment the position of claimant states in the South China Sea.
Can Rafale carry BrahMos?
According to reports, the BrahMos-NG (Next Generation), which is a smaller and lighter version of the existing one, is compatible with the French-made Rafale. The BrahMos-NG is expected to have the same range of around 290 kilometers along with a speed of Mach 3.5.
What is the full form of BrahMos?
The full form of BrahMos is Brahmaputra + Moskva. It’s used on Governmental ,Military in Worldwide. BrahMos is a short-range supersonic cruise missile that can be launched from ships, submarines, aircraft or land.
Does India have BrahMos 2?
However, now that India is also a MTCR signatory, it is trying to extend the range of BrahMos. Its top speed will be double that of the current BrahMos-I, and it has been described as the fastest cruise missile in the world.
|Place of origin||India|
Who is the father of Indian missile technology?
Abdul Kalam is the undisputed father of India’s missile program.
Which country has best missile technology?
With the test of the PAD missile, India became the fourth country to have successfully developed an Anti-ballistic missile system, after United States, Russia and Israel.
Which country has highest missile?
At the present time, the United States is within range of the ballistic missiles of Russia, China, and perhaps North Korea, as well as France and the United Kingdom. Several other countries have missiles within range of U.S. overseas facilities and interests.