NEW DELHI — India successfully test-fired an interceptor missile Feb. 10 from a base in India’s eastern state of Orissa as part of its two-layer ballistic missile defense program, according to a senior Indian defense official. The indigenously developed supersonic Advanced Air Defense (AAD) interceptor missile was launched by India’s Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) from Wheeler Island off the state’s coast in the Bhadrak district and intercepted a modified variant of ...
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