Russia Practices Pre-Emptive Missile Strikes on ‘Simulated Enemy’

    By Nate  Published: October 5, 2016


    Russia’s western missile forces are testing their battle readiness by practicing fire and preemptive strikes on crucial enemy infrastructure, state news agency Itar-Tass reported.

    The missile brigade in Leningrad region, which surrounds St Petersburg and borders Estonia, as well as Finland, is on high alert as a part of combat-readiness drills, testing the unit’s preparation. It is conducting fire against a “simulated enemy” from short range Iskander missiles systems.

    Some of the 500 troops drafted to the regional drill will also practice camouflage, biological and chemical defense of troops in the field and counter-reconnaissance.

    Read More – Newsweek

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