India’s Su-30KI Flies With BrahMos Missile

Credit: BrahMos: AWST
NEW DELHI—An Indian air force (IAF) Su-30MKI has flown for the first time carrying the 2,500-kg (5,500-lb.) Indo-Russian BrahMos supersonic missile. “The twin-seat aircraft, the first of the two Su-30MKIs to be modified to test the missile, was in the air for 45 minutes with the missile,” an...

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