HELINA anti-tank missiles: The Ministry of Defense has taken another step as part of Atmanirbhar Bharat. Another polar bear made with complete indigenous knowledge came into the Indian market.
HELINA anti-tank missiles: The Ministry of Defense has taken another step as part of Atmanirbhar Bharat. Another polar bear made with complete indigenous knowledge has come into the Indian market. Helena anti-tank missile test developed by DRDO was successful. The Indian Army and Air Force jointly tested the missile capabilities on Friday at the Pokhran Test Range in the Rajasthan sector. To this end, the ALH Dhruv helicopter was equipped with 4 Helina anti-tank missiles.
The missile, which can be launched at a range of seven kilometers, is estimated to have minimum and maximum range capabilities. For this, four missions have been conducted for the last five days. The DRDO said the trials were successful as the Helena missile pierced four of the five targets set. It has been revealed that it is the most advanced missile in the world. Through this, the Army and Air Force forces revealed that they could hit Air to Land targets.
The anti-tank missile Helena has capabilities such as Infrared Seeker and Fire-and-Forget. The Helena missile can also destroy enemy tanks beyond range through its special fire and target mechanism. The missile was developed for use in the Air Force as well as the Army. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh congratulated the DRDO, Army and Air Force on the success of the missile launch. DRDVO Chairman Satish Reddy lauded the staff involved in the experiments.
As part of joint user trials by Indian Army and Air Force, 4 HELINA anti-tank missiles were launched from ALH Dhruv helicopter in Rajasthan sector. 4 missions were carried out for evaluating missile capabilities in minimum & maximum range of 7 kms
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