Russia Launched a Moskit Cruise Missile During the Exercise in East Sea (Video)

MOSCOW, (BM) – Russia launched a Moskit cruise missile during the exercise in East Sea, learned Bulgarianmilitary.com, according the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation released video.

The P-270 Moskit or SS-N-22 Sunburn is a medium-range supersonic anti-ship cruise missile with sea-skimming capability. Originally designed to be a ship-launched missile, it has been adapted multiple times to be launched from land (modified trucks), underwater (submarines), and air (Sukhoi Su-33 all-weather carrier). The missile can reach speeds of over Mach 3 at high-altitudes and Mach 2.2 at low-altitude.

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