At Pokhran Firing Range Anti-Tank Nag Missile Test Success



The user trial of the third generation of anti-tank Missile Nag was completed on Friday in the desert. The missile which operates on the Fire and Fore gate system was being tested in the extreme heat of the Thar Desert since July 7. The missile has been perfect for all its standards in the continuous day-night test for twelve days. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh congratulated the scientists who developed this and the test team.

The Nag missile can fully destroy the enemy tanks at night-time in any kind of weather. This missile can fly cannons on enemy tanks between five hundred meters to four kilometers radius. The Missile Infrared system works on the Fire and Fore gate system. It sets out its goal before firing. It rises on its side as soon as it is lit.

They fire this missile from Missile Launcher named Namica. This launcher can sustain six missiles at one go. In February this year, it is tested in the desert cold also came true. They conducted six tests in the winter to test different standards.

How does this affect the target besides the minimum and maximum distance?

They tested all such capabilities. The Central Government has agreed to include the Nag missile in the army. After all its successful trials, it has now become the way to join the army. Joining the army of Nag missile will increase its firepower significantly.


This missile carries eight-kilogram warheads at a time. The 42 kg nag missile is 1.90 meters long. It hits its target at 230 meters per second. The serial missile carrier is named Namica. If talked about the height it attacks from the top of the tank. At the battlefield, soldiers see the enemy’s tanks and snake missiles to blow them up. In such a situation, they keep its range low. The upper surface of the tank is weaker other than its other parts. In this way, it explodes by attack from the top and holes in the upper surface of the tank.


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