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Indigenously developed missile system QR-SAM test-fired for the first time

Balasore:4/6/17; Indigenously developed missile system QR-SAM (Quick Reaction, Surface to Air Missile) was test-fired for the first time from launch pad no-3 of the integrated test range at Chandipur of Balasore district at 12.39 pm today.

The QR-SAM weapon system, developed jointly by the DRDO and the Bharat Electronics Ltd, is a quick reaction, all-weather, network-centric capable of search on-the-move missile system. It can engage multiple targets at a range of about 30 km with two vehicle configuration for area air defence.The QR-SAM is a truck-mounted missile and has a 360° rotatable, electro-mechanically operated, turret-based launch unit.

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