India today successfully carried out the final trial of the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO)-developed Nag anti-tank guided missile with a warhead.
The test was carried out today morning at the Pokhran field firing ranges in Rajasthan. The trial of Nag anti-tank guided missile comes after the DRDO tested the helicopter launched Stand-off Anti-Tank Missile (SANT) with a range beyond 10 km from Balasore testing range in Odisha on 19th October.
The Nag anti-tank missile is ready for induction in the Indian Army. It has completed 10 successful user trial as it finds the target and then hit it.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has congratulated DRDO and Indian Army for the successful trial of NAG Anti Tank Guided Missile. Secretary, Department of Defence Research and Development and Chairman DRDO, Dr G Satheesh Reddy also appreciated the efforts of DRDO, Indian Army and industry in bringing the missile up to the production phase.