DRDO Lines Up Crucial Trials Of Agni-V And K-4 Mi$$iles



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The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is contemplating crucial tests of India’s longest range and most potent Agni-V and Submarine Launched Ballistic Mi$$ile (SLBM) K-4 this month.

The two Nuke capable homegrown strategic mi$$iles scheduled to be tested in the first month of the mission calendar are expected to add more teeth to the armed forces once they are inducted.

Defence sources said while this will be first user associate trial of 5,000-km range Agni-V before going into series of production, a successful trial of 3,500-km underwater mi$$ile K-4 will pave the way for development of its long range sibling K-5, which will have a strike range of over 5,000 km.

“The mi$$ile systems are ready. We are expecting the launch schedule in next few days. The Agni-V will be fired from a canister and the K-4 from an underwater pontoon (replica of a submarine). Both the missions are crucial for the defence preparedness,” said a defence official from New Delhi.

Considered as a game-changer, the 17-meter long and two-meter wide three-stage solid-fuelled Agni-V mi$$ile can carry a payload of 1,500 kg.

The payload is likely to be heavier once the MIRVs are fitted with the mi$$ile. The 50-tonne mi$$ile can destroy targets in all Asian countries and parts of Africa and Europe Since an anti-satellite variant of long range [email protected] system is possible, DRDO has started looking for such variants of the most complex Agni-V, which has been developed with all advanced technologies.

Meanwhile, the priority is on integrating the mi$$ile system with multiple independently targetable re-entry vehicles (MIRVs) and maneuvering [email protected] which can deceive enemy ballistic mi$$ile defence systems.

However, the scientists are more keen on K-4 trial as the last attempt on December 17 had failed. The mi$$ile could not be launched from the pontoon positioned in the Bay of Bengal off the Vizag coast due to some technical snags. The mi$$ile, world’s best in this class, will have to undergo a couple of more developmental trials before being inducted in the armed forces.

The 12 metre tall mi$$ile weighs around 17 tonnes and can carry a [email protected] weighing up to 2,000 kg. The mi$$ile is powered by solid rocket propellant.

The manoeuvrable mi$$ile having an innovative system of interlacing in three dimensions can also cruise at a hypersonic speed and this exceptional feature makes it difficult to be tracked easily and destroyed by any anti-ballistic mi$$ile defence systems.

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