Popular last 7 days

In a Simulation Training Russia Used the S-400 System in Response to a Conditional Enemy Missile Strike

MOSCOW, the Russian Federation (BulgarianMilitary.com) – The battle calculations of the S-400 Triumph system at the Southern Military District of Russia, located in the Crimea, repelled a missile strike of a conditional opponent, told reporters Vadim Astafyev, head of the district office, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

Read more: 40N6 Long-Range Missile of the S-400 Triumf Enters Service with the Russian Army

From the S-400 position units of Pantsir-S anti-aircraft missile complex were used to repel a massive missile attack, Astafyev commented.

“Crews on board of the S-400 Triumph 4 anti-aircraft missile systems, as well as the Air Force and anti-aircraft divisions of the Southern Military District, located in the Crimea, as part of a winter period test, began to conduct a conventional enemy missile attack,” says the press release.

Read more: Russia Donated S-300PM Air Defence Systems and Missiles to Syria

The starting positions and the implementation of a set of tasks for putting the systems into a combat situation allowed the S-400 to do a series of calculations to localize and intercept control targets in the role of which tactical bombers of Su-24 were, the press release also said.

Meanwhile, Pantsir-S anti-aircraft missile units were used to repel a massive missile attack in the S-400 areas. After the S-400 had counteracted and had eliminated the ballistic missiles of a conditional enemy, the combat teams of the Triumph and Pantsir-S complexes did calculations for the operational change of positions in locating, launching and defeating enemy units.

Read more: The Latest Russian S-500 and S-350 Systems Will Enter Service Soon

Follow us everywhere and at any time. BulgarianMilitary.com has responsive design and you can open the page from any computer, mobile devices or web browsers. For more up-to-date news from us, follow our Reddit, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook pages. Do not miss the chance to subscribe to our newsletter.

BulgarianMilitary.com
Translator editor: Monika Evgenieva
Source: TASS

More from Bulgarian Military
Comments
Loading...

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More