India successfully tested nuclear-capable Agni-1 missile.
India tested the indigenously built Agni-1 ballistic missile capable of carrying nuclear weapons from the Odisha offshore area on Tuesday. The Strategic Force Command of the Indian Army examines the test range of Integrated Test Range (ITR) from the launch pad-4 to 700 km range of missile capable of carrying missile of Abdul Kalam Island in Balasore. Defense sources said that it is the 18th edition of Agni-1.
According to defense sources, the single phase missile from surface to surface was launched by the Agni-1 ballistic missile armed forces under regular testing practice. According to sources, this testifies the preparation of the army to launch it in less time also.
There is a special navigation system in the missile which ensures that the missile succeeds in accurately targeting its target. 15 ton meters long and 12 ton weigh fire-1 is capable of carrying load up to a thousand kg.
This missile has been tested by the Indian Army’s Strategic Force Command. This missile is fully prepared in India and is capable of carrying the atom.
Balasore: India successfully test fired indigenously developed nuclear capable Agni-I (A) ballistic missile from Abdul Kalam Island off Odisha coast today at 8.30 AM. The test was conducted by the Strategic Force Command of Indian Army.