India on Tuesday successfully test-fired a Quick Reaction Surface to Air Missile (QR SAM or QR SAM) from Launching Complex Three in Chandipur, Odisha. The missile was tested with a bluntly based launch unit. It can also be mounted on a truck. It is equipped with an electronic counter system. It can also go against aircraft jammer of aircraft radar. It uses solid fuel. This was the second successful test of the missile within a week.
It was reported that its firepower is more than 30 km. The first trial took place on June 4, 2017. It is worth mentioning that for the protection of its borders, the three armies, i.e., water, land, and the air is engaged in the exercise of making the army fully powerful.
India is also testing cruise and ballistic missiles. India is also getting success in this. More tests have been done within the last two to three months than earlier tests used in the whole year. Even now India is no longer dependent on others.
The missiles are being tested using indigenous technology. A team of senior scientists and officials from the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and the Interim Testing Council (ITR) were present on Tuesday.