The Indian Navy, on Thursday, successfully conducted the maiden firing of an anti-ship missile from the first of the indigenously-built Kalvari class submarines, during a test firing in the Arabian Sea.
The missile successfully hit a surface target at extended ranges during the trial firing, held this morning.
This missile launch is a significant milestone, not only for the Kalvari, which is the first in a series of Scorpene class submarines being built in India, but also in enhancing the Indian Navy’s sub-surface warfare capability.
All six Kalvari class submarines being built in India will be equipped with this anti-ship missile, which has a proven record in combat. These missiles will provide the submarines the ability to neutralise surface threats at extended ranges.