Long-Range Bomb Fight Tested DRDO And Indian Air Force

01 November 2021 Current Affairs:Development Organisation (DRDO) and the Indian Air Force (IAF) have flight-tested the Long-Range (LR) Bomb on 29 October.

Highlights:
♦ An aerial platform near Balasore, Odisha, was used to test a long-range bomb.
♦ It was launched from an IAF fighter aircraft and guided to a land-based target within prescribed limitations and with pinpoint accuracy.
♦ The Integrated Test Range used a number of range sensors, telemetry, radar, and an Electro-Optical Tracking System to track the bomb’s flight and performance.
♦ In collaboration with other DRDO facilities, Hyderabad’s Research Centre Imarat (RCI) conceived and produced the bomb.
♦ An aerial platform near Balasore, Odisha, was used to test a long-range bomb.
♦ It was launched from an IAF fighter aircraft and guided to a land-based target within prescribed limitations and with pinpoint accuracy.
♦ The Integrated Test Range used a number of range sensors, telemetry, radar, and an Electro-Optical Tracking System to track the bomb’s flight and performance.
♦ In collaboration with other DRDO facilities, Hyderabad’s Research Centre Imarat (RCI) conceived and produced the bomb.
♦ IGMDP was an Indian Ministry of Defence program for conducting research and development of a comprehensive range of missiles. 
 

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