- The different forces will have these ballistic missiles and cruise missiles on hand, according to the sources.
- Defense forces have also gotten a big boost from BrahMos cruise missiles, whose ranges have been greatly improved.
The three defense forces now have Nirbhay class long-range cruise missiles, which are a big improvement to their strength. These missiles can hit targets more than 1,000 km away.
Long-range Nirbhay cruise missiles are being made in India by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO). They move slower than sound.
“The government is looking at a plan to add Nirbhay class cruise missiles to the service.” The discussion is nearing completion, and if approved, all three armies will be able to use subsonic cruise missiles to attack targets.
About two years ago, the government gave the other two forces permission to add the missile to their arsenals.
The subsonic Nirbhay class cruise missiles and the supersonic BrahMos cruise missiles will work well together to make a deadly weapon, and they will give commanders choices when there is a fight.
The missiles would also be part of the rocket force that the Indian military is building up gradually.
The forces are also thinking about adding medium-range ballistic weapons to their arsenal so they can be used in normal situations.
Recent orders have given the defense forces permission to buy a lot of Pralay ballistic missiles to use in their planned rocket force for normal purposes.
The different forces will have these ballistic missiles and cruise missiles on hand, according to the sources. Once the process is over, they may come together as one force to make a new wing.
Defense forces have also gotten a big boost from BrahMos cruise missiles, whose ranges have been greatly improved. Very soon, the cruise missiles will also be put through a long-range test.