“Russian Rocket Critical target”: “Iskander-M” hit the enemy


In the Orenburg region, Russian rocket launchers successfully launched the Iskander-M cruise missile.“Critical target”: “Iskander-M” hit the enemy

“Russian Rocket Critical target”: “Iskander-M” hit the enemy


In the Orenburg region, Russian rocket launchers successfully launched the Iskander-M cruise missile during the Center-2019 exercises. A target imitating a critical object of a conditional enemy was destroyed. To assess the effectiveness of the strike into the air, the Orlan-10 UAV was raised.



Russian rocket launchers successfully hit the target during the Center-2019 exercises. This was reported by the Department of Information and Mass Communications of the Ministry of Defense of Russia, RIA Novosti reports.
The military fired the Iskander-M operational-tactical complex (OTK) cruise missile in the Orenburg region. As a result of the shelling, a target imitating a “critically important target of a conditional enemy” was hit.

The missile launchers also complied with the standards for deploying the complex - transferring from marching to combat position and loading missiles at launchers.
The Ministry of Defense added that in order to evaluate the effectiveness of hitting a target, the Orlan-10 domestic unmanned aerial vehicle was raised into the air.
The Center-2019 strategic command-and-staff exercise takes place from September 16 to 21 at six combined-arms training ranges and two training ranges of the Air Force and Air Defense Forces in Russia, as well as in the Caspian Sea. On September 19, Russian President Vladimir Putin flew to Orenburg from Izhevsk, the next day he should visit the active phase of the strategic command and staff manoeuvres.
Together with Russian soldiers and officers, military from India, China, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan will be involved in the exercises, as well as 20 thousand units of equipment, 600 drones and up to 15 ships, reports the NSN.
The exercises will work out the provision of security in the Central Asian direction and the fight against international terrorism.
Subsequently, the FAN reported with reference to the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov that Vladimir Putin was satisfied with the exercises held in the Orenburg region.
“He reacted very positively,” a Kremlin spokesman said. According to him, the president was reported online about what happened during the manoeuvres.
The Iskander-M systems tested during the exercises - along with such air defense systems like the S-400 Triumph and the Bastion coastal missile systems - some analysts call part of the concept of the Russian armed forces, known in the West as the “access denied zone "(Anti-Access / Area Denial, A2 / AD).
The concept implies that NATO forces cannot be in and out of range of the restricted area systems without the risk of "unacceptable damage."
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On March 1, 2018, Russian President Vladimir Putin presented the development of the latest Russian weapons during the annual appeal to the Federal Assembly. The President spoke about the testing of the latest avant-garde Avangard hypersonic missile system with a planning winged block. The complex can move in dense layers of the atmosphere with a hypersonic speed of more than 20 Machs (about 24.5 thousand km / h).
While moving toward the goal, the Vanguard carries out deep manoeuvring, both lateral and high-altitude. This makes it invulnerable to missile defense systems and air defense installations, even layered.
The presentation of weapons by Putin caused a huge resonance in Russia and the world, and the United States recognized that they currently have no protection against hypersonic weapons. At the same time, a year later, on February 20, 2019, Putin in his message announced the latest Zircon hypersonic missile.

“Here we are going to talk quietly about what we have there in the storeroom. So, about another promising new product, work on which is being successful, and will certainly be completed by the scheduled time, namely I want to say about the Zircon hypersonic missile,
- said the Russian head. Putin noted that the speed of Zircon is 9 Mach numbers, it is capable of hitting targets at a distance of more than 1 thousand km. To arm, these missiles will be submarines and ships of the surface fleet.
The President added that serial production of the Avangard hypersonic complex and the fifth-generation Sarmat mine complex began. Putin emphasized that the latest Peresvet laser system and the Dagger hypersonic aircraft complex have proven effective, while the Burevestnik intercontinental cruise nuclear missile and the Poseidon deep-sea unmanned vehicle are successfully tested.
Large-scale military exercises are regularly held in Russia, covering dozens of regions of the country. Typically, exercises are held at several training sites, both on land and at sea. Supreme Commander Vladimir Putin regularly attends exercises, watching the work of Russian troops. Moreover, the Western media periodically declare that Russia is thus preparing for aggression - although the exercises are open to foreign observers, and the military doctrine of the Russian Federation does not provide for aggressive offensive actions.
“Russian Rocket Critical target”: “Iskander-M” hit the enemy “Russian Rocket Critical target”: “Iskander-M” hit the enemy Reviewed by Write What's you know on September 20, 2019 Rating: 5

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