India’s Navy successfully test fired a “Brahmos” cruise missile on December 1. This is the second time that India test fired this missile six days later. < / P > < p > according to the Indian Express on December 2, the Indian Navy announced on December 1 that the “Rajput” destroyer “lanweijie” successfully launched a “Brahmos” cruise missile that day and successfully hit a target ship of a retired ship in the bay of Bengal, which is part of a series of tests of this supersonic cruise missile. India’s defense ministry said in an official statement that the test launch took place at 9 a.m. on the same day, “the missile participated in a highly complex drill and hit the target right in the bull’s-eye.” The “lanweijie” destroyer, which launched the “Brahmos” missile, belongs to the “Rajput” class. It is a large destroyer introduced by the Indian Navy from the Soviet Union in the 1980s. This destroyer was also used to launch the ship based “Brahmos” missile in the early test firing. < / P > < p > the last test firing of the carrier based “Brahmos” missile was on October 17, when the Indian made stealth Destroyer “Chennai” launched and hit the target in the Arabian Sea. In addition, on November 24 a week ago, the Indian military successfully launched a land-based version of the “Brahmos” missile from the Nicobar Islands, hitting the target in the bay of Bengal by means of top attack. < / P > < p > according to the previous report on the print website of India, India is still making continuous efforts to improve the range of this type of missile. The print learned that India is developing a “Brahmos” missile with a range of up to 1500 km, which can be launched from sea, land and air platforms. < / P > < p > a source from India’s defense and security department said that the 400 km range “Brahmos” missile was successfully launched in September this year, and the R & D department is currently negotiating with the Indian army to expand the missile’s range within the scheduled time. “The team is also developing a missile with a range of 1500 km,” a source added.