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Philippines formally accepts proposal to buy Brahmos Anti-Ship missile system from India

Zapper

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Did Putin say yes? Also, let’s hope India does’s screw up this one like how they screwed up the chopper sale to Ecuador.
Just so you know, majority of the components in Brahmos are all replaced by Indian alternatives even though they used Russian components at the very start. All recent versions of Brahmos have indigenous booster, seeker, airframe, guidance systems including all the onboard electronic modules. Ramjet is the only Russian component which could also be easily replaced but we intend to keep it since this is still considered as a JV

Indigenous technology tested on BrahMos supersonic missile
https://www.thehindu.com/news/natio...ed-with-indigenous-seeker/article23319659.ece

India Test Fires BrahMos Supersonic Missile Fitted With Indigenous Seeker
https://thediplomat.com/2018/03/ind...rsonic-missile-fitted-with-indigenous-seeker/

Brahmos Missile with Indigenous Booster Successfully Test Fired
https://indianexpress.com/article/i...missile-from-chandipur-itr-in-odisha-6647818/
 

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We should sell them all versions anti ship, ground to ground and aerial launch versions too.... but do Philippines have flankers types to carry ariel versions?
In future we should work on the possibilities of having naval base in Philippines housing our nuclear submarines armed with deadly K series....
 

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We should sell them all versions anti ship, ground to ground and aerial launch versions too.... but do Philippines have flankers types to carry ariel versions?
In future we should work on the possibilities of having naval base in Philippines housing our nuclear submarines armed with deadly K series....
That can be fulfilled by Brahmos-NG which can be integrated into any fighter jet since the current version of AA Brahmos is too larger for medium and light fighter jets. Even for the Su-30MKI, the undercarriage has to be modified and strengthened to carry the regular variant

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The current fighter jet fleet of Phillipines AF is too small consisting 12x T-50 Golden Eagles, 7x OV-10 Broncos and 6x Brazilian Super Tucanos all being light attack jets. The Brahmos NG can be integrated onto the T-50s but it's better of they stick to ground/sea based variants for now
 

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So the proposal was from India for the Philippines to but the missile. Phillip's as accepted the proposal.

No sale? Yet Indians celebrating.
 

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So the proposal was from India for the Philippines to but the missile. Phillip's as accepted the proposal.

No sale? Yet Indians celebrating.
No, it was award of contract. Phillipines has already allocated budget for BrahMos


 

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So the proposal was from India for the Philippines to but the missile. Phillip's as accepted the proposal.

No sale? Yet Indians celebrating.
Looks like you have some serious comprehension issues. Try reading the letter again where Delfin N Lorenzana, the secretary of Philippines Department of National Defence wrote a letter to Col.Rajendra Negi who is the authorized representative of Brahmos Aerospace that proposal for acquisition of Brahmos shore based system for Philippines Navy for $375mn has been accepted and Brahmos Aerospace should respond within 10 days per the terms of reference
@Trango Towers

this is what early celebrating and premature ejaculation looks like

https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/pakistan-wins-reko-diq-case.712180/

Went from celebrating a false victory to dabbing on “pajeets” to getting screwed for 6$ billion

https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/922639-reko-diq-treasure-sold-senator-bizenjo
 

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