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N-Capable Agni-IV Successfully Test Fired Off Odisha Coast

Earlier in December, Agni-V was successfully test fired from APJ Abdul Kalam Island.

N-Capable Agni-IV Successfully Test Fired Off Odisha Coast
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N-Capable Agni-IV Successfully Test Fired Off Odisha Coast
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2018-12-23T14:35:27+05:30

Nuclear strategic ballistic missile Agni-IV was successfully test fired from APJ Abdul Kalam Island off the Odisha coast on Sunday.

The Strategic Forces Command of Indian Army successfully test fired the surface-to-surface intermediate range ballistic missile from launchpad number-4 of the integrated test range at 8.30 a.m.

The missile was test-fired as a part of user training exercise, said defence sources.

The missile, which has the latest features to correct and guide itself for in-flight disturbances, is equipped with state of the art Avionics, 5th generation onboard computer and distributed architecture.

Earlier in December, Agni-V was successfully test fired from APJ Abdul Kalam Island.


--IANS

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