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The latest S-350 Vityaz air defense systems deployed in Crimea

Crimea will receive one of the most modern Russian air defense systems.

The S-350 "Vityaz" systems will enter service with the Southern Military District. These systems are among the most advanced among those adopted by the Russian army, and the latter, apparently, will have to take over the airspace over much of the Black Sea.

Judging by the statement Commander of the 4th Air Force and Air Defense Army of the Southern Military District Nikolai Gostev, this will happen before the end of this year. The anti-aircraft missile system S-350 "Vityaz" is already being prepared for dispatch to one of the regiments of the Southern Military District, and the calculation is being trained for subsequent combat duty.

“In the near future we expect the arrival of a new anti-aircraft missile system S-350“ Vityaz ”in one of the regiments. Combat crews are already undergoing training to operate it "- said the commander of the 4th Air Force and Air Defense Army of the Southern Military District Nikolai Gostev.

Despite the fact that the effective range of destruction of aerodynamic targets in the S-350 Vityaz air defense system is relatively small - up to 60 kilometers, these air defense systems are capable of repelling massive enemy raids and missile strikes. In addition, the S-350 is best suited for dealing with low-flying targets.

The S-350 Vityaz anti-aircraft missile systems were adopted by the Russian army in 2020 and have already proven themselves well.

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