Enemy will be piled up from 70 km away, Indian Air Force got this deadly weapon

New Delhi: The Indian Air Force on Thursday got the Medium-Range Surface-to-Air Missile System (MRSAM) Barak-8, capable of shooting down the enemies fighter jet, missile, helicopter or drone from a distance of 70 kilometres. Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has termed the missile as a game-changer for air defence. India and Israel have jointly developed the Barak-8 air defence system.


Capable of killing the enemy within a radius of 70 km.
It has advanced radar, command and control, mobile launcher and radio frequency seeker.
The MRSAM will be used by all three Indian forces and the Israel Defence Force.
The Defence Research and Development Organisation and Israel's IAI have come together.

The mid-range surface-to-air defence missile system has been included in the Indian Air Force's 2204 squadron in Jaisalmer. It can attack many targets or enemies coming together in the air by rotating 360 degrees. It has the power to shoot down any missile, fighter jet, helicopter, drone, surveillance aircraft and air enemy within a radius of 70 kilometres. The missile's induction into the Army fleet will further enhance the army's strength along the border with Pakistan and China.

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