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Russia: Pacific and Northern Fleet carry out missile drills

5 18.07.2019 Инфо

W/S Russian Pacific Fleet vessel, Sea of Japan
M/S Vessel
M/S Mosquito anti-ship cruise missile being launched
M/S Mosquito anti-ship cruise missile being launched
C/U Mosquito anti-ship cruise missile being launched
W/S Mosquito anti-ship cruise missile being launched
W/S Russian Pacific Fleet vessel
W/S Russian Arctic Fleet's Large Landing Ship (LLS) Kondopoga, Novaya Zemlya
W/S DT-30PM amphibious all-terrain tracked carrier vehicle getting out of vessel
W/S Vessel and military vehicles
W/S TOR-M2DT air defence missile system
W/S Vessel
W/S Military vehicles
W/S Convoy of military vehicles
M/S DT-30PM amphibious all-terrain tracked carrier vehicle
W/S Military vehicles
M/S Crawler of DT-30PM
W/S Military vehicles
W/S DT-30PM reversing
W/S Missile drills beginning
W/S Aerial target
W/S Missile drills
W/S Missile drills
W/S Missile launch
W/S Missile launch
M/S TOR-M2DT
W/S Missile launch
W/S Missile launch
W/S TOR-M2DT
SCRIPT
Russia’s Pacific and Northern Fleet carried out missile drills in the Sea of Japan and on the Novaya Zemlya archipelago, respectively, as shown by footage released by Russia's Defence Ministry.
The Pacific Fleet fired two Mosquito anti-ship cruise missiles which successfully eliminated an above-water target during tactical drills.
According to the MoD, the projectiles were simultaneously launched by a destroyer and a missile boat, hitting the target some 60 kilometres (37 miles) away.
In the Arctic, the newest version of the TOR-M2DT air defence missile system successfully intercepted aerial targets.
The new version of the TOR-M2 missile system is designed for severe cold of the Arctic and Far North.