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Agni V Ballistic Missile

Discussion in 'Indian Military Doctrine' started by SpArK, Apr 18, 2010.

  1. booo

    booo Lieutenant FULL MEMBER

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    they were supposed to do canister ejection tests last year. what happened to that?
     
  2. DragonKnight

    DragonKnight Lieutenant SENIOR MEMBER

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    Saw this few days ago.....Splinter Cell Blacklist story involves 'evil' Indian weapons :sarcastic: they've portrayed the Agni-V (although incorrectly based upon the earlier speculative pics on the net) and Brahmos in this vids
     
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  3. Virajith

    Virajith Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    May be against Alien bases :haha::troll:
     
  4. kaku

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    But the problem is that the A-5 is used by the terrorist named Blacklist.
     
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  5. sangos

    sangos Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    Heard lots of buzz about Agni max range of 55,000 Km on Sina Weibo site......planetary missile:drinking:
     
  6. DragonKnight

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    You see they are Americans.... They need to satisfy their ego as a world saviour.....obviously they're not going to let the Minutemen or Tridents fall in the wrong hands...even in fiction. Anyways, the West may have started to feel the heat of our capability, maybe that's why Ubisoft decided to choose our weapon with which the terrorists can attack US interests....it may also be possible that the India would be allies with the US 'asking their help desperately' and the Yankee comes to save the day
     
  7. brahmos_ii

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    India’s long-range ballistic missile Agni-V is warming up for a canister-style development trial launch in the next one month. The Defence Research and Development Organisation’s (DRDO) newly-appointed Chief Controller R&D (Missiles & Strategic Systems) Dr V G Sekaran confirmed to Express on Tuesday that all preparations for the second trial of the 5,000-km-puls missile are in place.

    “We are ready, but need to get some clearances as these are all linked to the policies of government. The early induction of Agni-V tops my list of priorities. The Agni-V user deliverables should happen next year,” Sekaran said. The missile had its maiden launch in April 2012.

    He said the Agni-IV (4,000 km strike range) will cross the last mile with another launch before it enters the production mode. “Our emphasis will be to equip the user at the earliest and iron out all issues at lightning speed. On the tactical side, we have the Akash missile systems, LR-SAM (Long Range-Surface to Air Missile) and Nag coming up in a big way. Simultaneously, the futuristic systems will all get converted into projects,” the top missile scientist said.

    When asked whether these futuristic systems will get embedded on to a possible Agni-VI, Sekaran refused to give details and said: “We are studying various missile technologies such as MIRV (Multiple independently-targeted re-entry vehicles) and MaRV (Manoeuvring re-entry vehicles (MaRV). As and when the nation wants us to deliver, we will be ready with these technologies. It will be not right to speak on a missile programme without any sanction. But, we are working on enhanced systems for future missiles.”

    Giving an update on various ongoing missile projects, Sekaran said that the Astra has completely undergone a design change following issues it had in the past. “We have had good flights, post new-design and also conducted some captive trials. It is in a good shape now and it should gear up for firing from an aircraft soon. The project is definitely out of woods,” he said.

    The Nag missile, which had issues with its Infra Red (IR) seeker, too is gearing up for crucial user trials, while the missile’s carrier (NAMICA) will take some more time before cleared for trials.

    Agni-V warming up for a canister-style trial launch | idrw.org
     
  8. Virajith

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  9. kaku

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    Stage 1??
     
  10. omya

    omya Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    fuuking ubisoft
     
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  11. Foxtrot

    Foxtrot Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    I'll stop playing any fukin' ubisoft game from this day onwards.....
     
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  12. omya

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    btw guys dont buy (legal version) of splinter cell blaklist... also tell ur frnds if any1 is planing to.... fuuking money hungry flipkart should have banned it
     
  13. kaku

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    I never buy the legal version of any game, but you know torrent :sarcastic:
     
  14. omya

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    sam is meant to stop terrorists from capturing the nukes, the Indians are called allies and the player is not allowed to use lethal methods to subdue the Indian guards.

    1st mission
    Sam and Briggs start off outside the Indian missile base, where guards peacefully roam as if nobody’s stealing fissionable material under their noses. India is technically an ally, so the rules of engagement keep me and my co-op partner to strict nonlethal methods only, and the mission fails instantly if we’re spotted. We’ve got stun bolts, EPM grenades, and enough sticky noisemakers to lure every gullible solider around to some empty corner of the map.
     
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  15. kaku

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    If we are ally, then whats the role of this mission?
     

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