Bharat Heavy Dynamics Test Fires Indigenous Anti-tank Missile

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    HYDERABAD: Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL) officially announced here today that it had successfully test-fired an indigenously developed second generation, 2.8 km range, anti-tank guided missile called Amogha-1. According to a press release issued by the defence public sector unit, the test firing was carried out on September 10 at Babina Army Range in Madhya Pradesh. "This is the first ever design and developmental effort in respect of missiles by BDL, Hyderabad. Amogha-I missiles will be offered to the army after due qualification and validation trials," the release said. Two missiles were fired and both hit targets placed at 2.6 km as well as 2.8 km respectively. Both flights were without any deviation for its designed path profile and all design parameters were met, the release said.
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    It is good that the tests are announced after successful completion of trails !
     
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    This is interesting.There was no news that they have been developing such kind of a missile.
     
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    There seems to no info on this amogha-1 prior to today. Let's hope they have worked on a GSQR, else this will go no where.
     
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    ^^^^ Development was told many times by Avinash Chander. It was called man portable anti tank missile name Amogha-1 was announced for the first time. It was also the reason Javelin-NG Contract did not go through.
     
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    Make in India :D

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    It is a second generation ATGM so hopefully it will be beam riding .
     
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    Bharat Heavy Dynamics test fires indigenous anti-tank missile



    HYDERABAD: Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL) officially announced here today that it had successfully test-fired an indigenously developed second generation, 2.8 km range, anti-tank guided missile called Amogha-1.

    According to a press release issued by the defence public sector unit, the test firing was carried out on September 10 at Babina Army Range in Madhya Pradesh.

    "This is the first ever design and developmental effort in respect of missiles by BDL, Hyderabad. Amogha-I missiles will be offered to the army after due qualification and validation trials," the release said.

    Two missiles were fired and both hit targets placed at 2.6 km as well as 2.8 km respectively. Both flights were without any deviation for its designed path profile and all design parameters were met, the release said.

    http://economictimes.indiatimes.com...ssile/articleshow/48975211.cms?cfmid=11001088
     
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    just need to improve guidance system..beaming up target continuously until hit may put crew in danger
     
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