India’s attempt to intercept a target ballistic missile at an altitude of 120 km (75 mi.) “attained mission objectives,” a senior defense scientist says. “In a significant milestone achieved in developing a two-layered Ballistic Missile Defense system, the Defense Research and Development Organization . . . carried out the maiden ‘Prithvi Defense Vehicle’ [PDV] mission, meeting the objectives perfectly,” a DRDO scientist says. The target, developed ...
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