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BrahMos can't be mistaken for nuclear-tipped missile

Since the cruise missile had been launched from near Sirsa, it would have almost certainly been identified by Pakistan's air defence network as a BrahMos air launched cruise missile

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BrahMos | Brahmos missile | Cruise missiles

Ajai Shukla  |  New Delhi 



BrahMos
Unlike in the launch of a strategic, nuclear-tipped ballistic missile, where a two-person launch protocol is mandatory, this is not so in the case of a BrahMos air launched cruise missile (ACLM)

The accidental launch last Wed­nesday (March 9) of a supersonic cruise missile from India into Pakistani territory has built up into a diplomatic kerfuffle between New Delhi and Islamabad, despite the Indian government taking responsibility for the incident.

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First Published: Tue, March 15 2022. 06:07 IST

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