India successfully test-fired the Stand-off Anti-tank (SANT) Missile off the coast of Odisha.
The SANT missile is being developed by the DRDO’s research centre, Imarat, in collaboration with the Indian Air
It will have both Lock-on After Launch and Lock-on Before Launch capability.
It is, reportedly, an upgrade on India’s Helina missile believed to have a range of 7 to 8km.
The new missile is said to have a range of between 15 and 20km and comes equipped with a nose-mounted
active radar seeker, enabling the launch platform to be located at a safe distance from the target area.