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Russian S-400s have become too easy target for the Polish military

Deployed just 4 kilometers from the border with Poland, Russian S-400s can be destroyed by a conventional tank.

The deployment of the Russian S-400 Triumph air defense systems in neighboring Belarus was not only a rather big surprise, but also caused serious concern among specialists. The key reason for this is the fact that the deployment of the S-400 Triumph air defense system was actually carried out 4 kilometers from the Polish border. This, in the event of any conflict with NATO, will allow the area to be destroyed even with an ordinary tank, not to mention the fact that Poland will almost certainly go to various kinds of provocations.

Belarusian sources inform Avia.pro that the S-400 Triumph complexes have been deployed on the territory of the 2285th separate radio technical battalion (military unit 48685), 4 km from the border with Poland. The feasibility of deploying in such proximity to the Polish border anti-aircraft missile systems with a target detection range of up to 600 kilometers and a range of destruction of aerodynamic targets up to 400 kilometers is virtually absent, since it is banal that an attack can be carried out by the same Turkish Bayraktar TB2 drone, which will enter service with Poland. already next year.

On the other hand, it was previously reported that no radar stations were found in the railroad train that arrived from Russia to Belarus a few days ago. This does not exclude the possibility that the Belarusian S-400s will be integrated with Russian air defense systems in the Kaliningrad region. This will avoid attempts by NATO forces to influence in any way the S-400 radars and look for ways to jam these air and missile defense systems.

When it comes to the tanks, Poland will no longer be, the last fence in Washington will already burn out.

you still need to crawl these 4 km

After the attack on these complexes, there will be no name left of Poland, only a desert. You can already give the name to this desert - the Polish heath.

Of course this is just another nonsense. But I wonder what was the “management” guided by? If nothing like "just like that", then it is understandable why so many planes were smashed in the Russian Air Force in August.

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