‘Done deal’: PH allocates funds to buy Brahmos supersonic missiles from India

‘Done deal’: PH allocates funds to buy Brahmos supersonic missiles from India

 


The Philippines is indeed arming up.

As reported in Hindustan Times in India, it’s a ‘Done Deal’.

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The Philippines has allocated 2.8 billion pesos ($55.5 million) for initial funding for the BrahMos cruise missile.

 

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As it it’s the Philippines is set to be the first foreign customer for the BrahMos cruise missile system jointly developed by India and Russia, with the allocation of 2.8 billion pesos ($55.5 million) for initial funding for the weapon system by the Philippine government.

 

“The process for the acquisition of the medium-range supersonic cruise missile by the Philippines armed forces suffered a setback because of the Covid-19 pandemic but is now back on track, people familiar with the matter said on condition of anonymity.

 

According to the website of the Philippines’ department of budget management, two “special allotment release orders” worth 1.3 billion pesos and 1.535 billion pesos were issued on December 27 to cover the initial funding requirements for the “Shore-Based Anti-Ship Missile System Acquisition Project” of the Philippine Navy.”

 

According to the BrahMos Aerospace website: “The missile has a flight range of up to 290 km with supersonic speed all through the flight, leading to shorter flight time, consequently ensuring lower dispersion of targets, quicker engagement time and non-interception by any known weapon system in the world.”

 

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“Its cruising altitude could be up to 15 km and terminal altitude is as low as 10 meters. It carries a conventional warhead weighing 200 to 300 kgs,” it said.

 

Compared to the existing state-of-the-art subsonic cruise missiles, the BrahMos has “3 times more velocity, 2.5 to 3 times more flight range, 3 to 4 times more seeker range, and 9 times more kinetic energy.”

 

 

 

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