Russian S-400 systems destroyed enemy missiles in a massive artillery attack

LENINGRAD, (BM) – A massive missile strike of a conditional enemy was intercepted and destroyed by the combat calculations of the S-400 air defense units of the Leningrad Air Defense Association during exercises at the training ground in the Astrakhan region, learned BulgarianMilitary.com according Western Military District statement.

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“Target missiles imitating modern and promising means of air attack of a conditional enemy have been successfully discovered and destroyed,” the report said.

The units of the anti-aircraft missile regiment took part in the exercises after completing a march from the Leningrad Region to the Ashuluk training ground, located in the region in the Astrakhan Region.

It should be noted that from March 25, large-scale exercises of the surface forces of the Pacific Fleet of Russia in the waters of the Sea of Japan and Okhotsk Seas, as well as in several areas of the Pacific Ocean, have continued.

The Russian marine exercises are in their final stages.

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