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India test fires medium range nuclear capable Agni-II missile


2,000 km from Abdul Kalam Island on the Odisha coast. India has tested its mid-range nuclear-capable Agni-2 missile test with a range of strikes.The surface missile missile inquiry was conducted at a mobile launcher at Launch Complex -4 of the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at around 8.38 pm.The Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile (IRBM) has already been added and today’s testing has been conducted by the Army Strategic Forces Command (SFC) with logistic support provided by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO).The 20 MT Long Agni-II ballistic missile has a launch load of 17 tonnes and is about 2,000 km away with 1,000 kg.The DRDO scientist said that tactical resistance has already begun as part of Arsenal’s training in part of the country’s arsenal.The Agni-2, a two-stage missile, has advanced advanced accuracy navigation system and has been postponed by solid rocket propulsion systems as directed by a special command and control system.The entire trajectory of the trial was detected by two naval ships at the impact point of high-end radars, telemetry viewing stations, electro-optic equipment, and the Bay of Bengal bottom-cover area.The sources said Agni-2 was developed by the Advanced Systems Laboratory with other DRDO laboratories and Bharat Dynamics Limited, Hyderabad.Agni-I, a 700 km range, is part of the Agni-3, Agni-3, Agni-IV and Agni-V’s long-range capable fire-and-air missiles.The first proto type of Agni-II missile was launched on April 11, 1999, and the last release was a user experiment on May 4, 2017.


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