RUSSIA'S MILITARY ROLLS OUT NEW 'CRUISE MISSILE KILLER' WEAPONS SYSTEM | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

RUSSIA'S MILITARY ROLLS OUT NEW 'CRUISE MISSILE KILLER' WEAPONS SYSTEM

Moscow's military has received its latest anti-air system and tested its ability to take on incoming aircraft at a time when Russia and the United States were competing for cutting-edge warfighting capabilities.

Russia's aerospace forces commissioned the new S-350 Vityaz surface-to-air missile system on Wednesday. The system was delivered to the Air and Space Defen?e Academy in the Leningrad region and underwent training "to detect and destroy a mock air enemy."

"The S-350 combat crew demonstrated their skills, hit a mock enemy with electronic missile launches, and marched to a new position area," the Russian Ministry of Defense said Wednesday in a press release.

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