Russian-made S-300 air defense system

BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:10 P.M.) – The Russian Army carried out extensive exercises to deliver massive missile strikes from its Iskander systems in the Kaliningrad region on the borders of Western Europe, in response to NATO exercises in the nearby Baltic Sea.

“As part of the pre-planned combat training activities for the Baltic Fleet forces in the Kaliningrad region, tactical missile systems,Iskandar, carried out live exercises to launch incendiary conventional missile attacks,” the Russian Army’s Directorate of Orientation in the Western Military Region told reporters.

The Russian Army confirmed that these live combat drills were carried out “in response to the naval exercises conducted by NATO in the Baltic Sea under the name (Baltops 2020)”.

The Russian missile combat units secretly went to the firing zone, where they carried out training exercises, and the forces set up individual and collective launch centers, and carried out electronic launches on targets that mimic enemy missile systems,
airports , protected bases, and virtual command centers for enemy forces.

Then the Russian army trained in the task of delivering a possible retaliatory strike by changing the immediate centering positions, taking into account the enemy’s retaliation response.

The Russian army announced that “more than 200 officers participated in these military exercises, and about 20 missile launchers and special equipment were used.”

 

Source: TASS

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