Aero-India 2015 Photo Report – Missile Systems

Following is a collection of photos taken at Aero India 2015, depicting advanced missile systems relevant to ongoing Indian procurement programs.

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Following is a collection of photos taken at Aero India 2015, depicting advanced missile systems relevant to ongoing Indian procurement programs.

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RAFAEL C-DOME – navalized Iron Dome air and missile defense system for surface vessels. (Photo: Noam Eshel, Defense-Update)
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RAFAEL’s Spike missile family. (Photo: Noam Eshel, Defense-Update)
MBDA displayed at Aero India the PARS 3LR and MMP, both are considered competitors of the Israeli Spike, the two missiles compete head to head in several Indian procurement programs for helicopter armament. (Photo: Noam Eshel, Defense-Update)
MBDA displayed at Aero India the PARS 3LR and MMP, both are considered competitors of the Israeli Spike, the two missiles compete head to head in several Indian procurement programs for helicopter armament. (Photo: Noam Eshel, Defense-Update)
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The FL-LMM miniature guided weapon was shown at Aero India 2015 at Thales and Textron Systems. (Photo: Noam Eshel, Defense-Update)
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The ‘Fury’ miniature guided weapon (right) and G-CLAW were shown at Aero India 2015 by Textron Systems. (Photo: Noam Eshel, Defense-Update)

 

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Thales Starstreak MANPADS. (Photo: Noam Eshel, Defense-Update)
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IAI’s HAROP loitering weapon is already operational with the Indian forces. The version displayed at Aero India 2015 features redesigned fuselage and a new payload. (Photo: Noam Eshel, Defense-Update)
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The airborne, supersonic anti-ship Brahmos A missile is designed for carriage by the modernized Su-30MKI of the Indian Air Force. The future advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA) will become a reality, it will also be able to carry the Brahmos A.The first flight of the missile is scheduled for next month, March 2015. (Photo: Noam Eshel, Defense-Update)
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The next generation Brahmos NG will be smaller and lighter, enabling the Su-30MKI to carry a full load of five missiles. (Photo: Noam Eshel, Defense-Update)