RUSSIA TAKES S-400 AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM TO SERBIA FOR ITS FIRST EVER DRILL ABROAD (VIDEOS) | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

RUSSIA TAKES S-400 AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM TO SERBIA FOR ITS FIRST EVER DRILL ABROAD (VIDEOS)

SOURCE: RT
Moscow sent its latest S-400 Triumf and Pantsir-S1 surface-to-air missile systems to the Balkans for their first ever exercise abroad.
The S-400s, along with a battery of Pantsirs, were deployed at Batajnica Air Base, 25 km from Serbia’s capital, Belgrade, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday. They are there to take part in the ‘Slavic Shield 2019’ joint military drill.

It is the first Russian-Serbian exercise of its kind, as well as the first time Moscow’s state-of-the-art air defense missile systems have taken part in a drill abroad.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Looks to me as though the Russians are not bashful about showing off how wonderfully some of their war toys work; I wish that the US government could honestly say the same about the state of their weaponry.

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