Agni-I successfully test-fired

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | AKSHAYA KUMAR SAHOO
Published Feb 7, 2018, 2:02 am IST
Updated Feb 7, 2018, 2:02 am IST
The missile was inducted into service in 2004, the sources added.
The 700km-range Agni-I is the first missile of the Agni series designed and developed by Defence Research and Development Organisation.
 The 700km-range Agni-I is the first missile of the Agni series designed and developed by Defence Research and Development Organisation.

BALASORE: Continuing its success story in research and development missile technology, India on Tuesday successfully test-fired the indigenously developed nuclear capable surface-to-surface ballistic missile Agni-I off Odisha coast.

The strategic forces command of the Indian Army conducted the user trial of the missile from Launch Pad-4 of the Integrated Test Range at Abdul Kalam Island near Balasore.

 

“It was 18th version of Agni-I, which could achieve all parameters within the stipulated time period,” said defence sources.

The missile was inducted into service in 2004, the sources added.

The 700km-range Agni-I is the first missile of the Agni series designed and developed by Defence Research and Development Organisation.

Location: India, Odisha




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