POKHRAN (Online) - The Indian Army on Friday successfully conducted the user trial of BrahMos Block-III supersonic cruise missiles that has the ability to engage inaccessible targets inside hillocks. According to PTI, test was carried out at a firing range here around 1100 hours and met all the mission parameters, sources told a news agency here. The Block III version has the capability of scaling mountainous terrain and can take a steep dive to engage targets located inside hillocks which are ,otherwise, inaccessible. This was the 25th test of the cruise missile which has already been inducted in the Army and Navy. Army has plans to induct the missile for mountain warfare. The missile has the capability to engage ground targets from a very low altitude with minimum radar signature. Jointly developed by India and Russia, BrahMos is a stealth supersonic cruise missile that can be launched from submarines, ships, aircraft or land.