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India, now a member of the Missile Tech Control Regime (MTCR), tests the BrahMos cruise missile to a range of 400 km.

The supersonic BrahMos is now a staple of India's arsenal: Launched from land, air (Su-30), warships and tested for underwater launch.

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India, now feeling unconstrained by Missile Tech Control Regime restrictions, tests the BrahMos cruise missile to range of 400 km.

The supersonic BrahMos is now a staple of India's arsenal: Launched from land, air (Su-30), warships and underwater launch.

ajaishukla.blogspot.com/2020/10/india-…
A very exciting day yesterday for two of our finest warships. HMAS Stuart has arrived in Western Australia, and HMAS Arunta has arrived in Darwin after a challenging 107 days at sea. BZ to the crews and their families! @Australian_Navy #AusNavy #YourADF pic.twitter.com/ryvKeU1XBK
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Please not ‘the’ HMS Queen Elizabeth @mploughboy. You’ll be calling warships ‘battleships’ next . Look, you can have ‘the USS Ronald Reagan’ because ‘USS’ stands for United States Ship’ . But ‘The Her Majesty’s Ship’ is obviously impossible . No aircraft, btw.
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Like the HMS Queen Elizabeth. Remind me, how many aircraft does it have?
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