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The power of the Russian air defense: a massive salvo C-300 hit the video

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Spectacular shooting of C-300 anti-aircraft missile systems at the Ashuluk training ground in the Astrakhan Region.


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  1. iaroslav.mudryi
    iaroslav.mudryi 20 October 2017 15: 15
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    Handsomely! True, this is an old video published: 27 Sep. 2013
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=81&am
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  2. qwertysav
    qwertysav 20 October 2017 15: 19
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    Beautiful, even though the video is four years old.
  3. NEXUS
    NEXUS 20 October 2017 15: 31
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    I want to say with a phrase from the movie Some old people go to battle-We can’t, but we can! good
    1. iaroslav.mudryi
      iaroslav.mudryi 20 October 2017 15: 37
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      Right! definitely mogem! angry angry angry
      1. svp67
        svp67 20 October 2017 15: 41
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        Quote: NEXUS
        We can’t, but we can

        And what can we? Launch a "festive salute" or stop the wave of "Tomahawks"? And I would really like to know, and what is the percentage of defeat?
        1. NEXUS
          NEXUS 20 October 2017 15: 57
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          Quote: svp67
          Launch a "festive salute" or stop the wave of "Tomahawks"?

          I am interested, but are mattresses capable of providing a dense volley of axes in a certain direction unnoticed and quickly?
          Quote: svp67
          And I would really like to know, and what is the percentage of defeat?

          Now the issue of supplying S-350 systems to the troops is very important for us ... the accuracy is better there and the BC is more solid ...
          At the same time, do not forget that Buk-i or Torah always stand next to the 300s and all this is covered at a short distance by Carapace, Tunguska and Shilka ... from here it is said that the missile defense and air defense are layered.
          1. svp67
            svp67 20 October 2017 16: 19
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            Quote: NEXUS
            I am interested, but are mattresses capable of providing a dense volley of axes in a certain direction unnoticed and quickly?

            Of their submarines and destroyers - yes ....
            1. NEXUS
              NEXUS 20 October 2017 16: 22
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              Quote: svp67
              Of their submarines - yes ....

              What are you saying! That is, the mattresses will have to remove the surveillance of our missile carriers and, for the strike of the Kyrgyz Republic, to CONSISTENTLY concentrate a flock of multipurpose ships in order to ensure a tight salvo? I wildly apologize, and at the same time, what will our Boreas and Dolphins do without being accompanied by mattress submarines?
              1. svp67
                svp67 20 October 2017 17: 22
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                Quote: NEXUS
                That is, the mattresses will have to remove the surveillance of our missile carriers and, for the strike of the Kyrgyz Republic, to concentrate UNMISTABLE the flock of multipurpose

                What are you talking about? "Ohio" in the surveillance? Actually, these are converted strategists, under 154 KR Tomogavk ... And at least one of them is in the Republic of Kazakhstan, and no one knows how many are around.

                1. NEXUS
                  NEXUS 20 October 2017 17: 31
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                  Quote: svp67
                  What are you talking about? "Ohio" in the surveillance? Actually, these are converted strategists, under 154 KR Tomogavk ... And at least one of them is in the Republic of Kazakhstan, and no one knows how many are around.

                  I am what you never answered ... I repeat the question ..
                  Quote: NEXUS
                  , and mattresses are able to provide a dense salvo of axes in a certain direction quietly and quickly?

                  At the same time, the same destroyers, in order to approach the salvo range, will have to bare their shores, since the destroyers will have most of the mattress missile defense. What does it take to approach not 2000 km from our coast, but 600-800 km ... and now, tell me, do you have enough axes to reach the Urals and Siberia? At the same time, axes must first suppress our missile defense, and this will take time. In addition, since the ax is a subsonic KR, how many swarms of axes (if it breaks through our missile defense) need to fly to goals in the Urals and Siberia?
                  I mean, we have three wagons to answer along the exposed shores of the United States and to take away not the Kyrgyz Republic, but the ICBMs, which will have a longer range.
                  And I told you all this on the condition that our marine and satellite reconnaissance is completely wooden and blind.
                  1. svp67
                    svp67 20 October 2017 17: 39
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                    Quote: NEXUS
                    At the same time, axes must first suppress our missile defense

                    We have SUCH holes in this system, which really do not need to be pushed properly now ...
                    1. NEXUS
                      NEXUS 20 October 2017 17: 48
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                      Quote: svp67
                      We have SUCH holes in this system, which really do not need to be pushed properly now ...

                      I’m probably going to tell you a big secret, but no one has a solid missile defense system that covers the entire territory of the state. It is expensive and meaningless. Only vital areas, objects and directions are covered.
                      Sense for example, we cover the forest and swamps? And the Great Canyon mattresses?
                      1. svp67
                        svp67 20 October 2017 17: 55
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                        Quote: NEXUS
                        I’ll probably tell you a big secret, but a solid missile defense system

                        I will tell you an even greater secret that officially such a system has been deployed only in ONE place - around Moscow.
                        Quote: NEXUS
                        Only vital areas, objects and directions are covered.

                        Now, alas, but this is only being restored. So much has been destroyed, especially in the 90s and during the time of Serdyukov. We do not yet have a reliable cover for all vital facilities. Since even in the radar field we still have big holes.
              2. tchoni
                tchoni 20 October 2017 17: 36
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                Quote: NEXUS
                Quote: svp67
                Of their submarines - yes ....

                What are you saying! That is, the mattresses will have to remove the surveillance of our missile carriers and, for the strike of the Kyrgyz Republic, to CONSISTENTLY concentrate a flock of multipurpose ships in order to ensure a tight salvo? I wildly apologize, and at the same time, what will our Boreas and Dolphins do without being accompanied by mattress submarines?

                Everything is already concentrated in them. "Ball" remember? So these two "berka" and from the wall then really did not deign to dump.
                But, in general, the very presence of such training is pleasing.
            2. Axon
              Axon 20 October 2017 17: 15
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              at how come the Eminians to fly up and fly the submarines, current if))
        2. You Vlad
          You Vlad 20 October 2017 18: 08
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          Quote: svp67
          Since even in the radar field we still have big holes.

          Russia is completely covered by a radar field to protect against a missile attack https://topwar.ru/114971-rossiya-polnostyu-zakryt
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          1. svp67
            svp67 20 October 2017 18: 11
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            Quote: You Vlad
            Russia is completely closed by a radar field to protect against a rocket attack

            What missile attack? From a ballistic missile strike from America, yes, but there are still many questions if the KR will start to strike such a blow, but from the northern latitudes ...
            1. You Vlad
              You Vlad 20 October 2017 18: 17
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              Quote: svp67
              From a ballistic missile strike from America, yes, but there are still many questions if such a strike would be launched by the KR, but from the northern latitudes ..

              For me, our people understood that they want to drag us into the arms race again (this is about the “Instant Global Strike”). On this occasion, we decided that we would respond to their rare global strike with a nuclear strike! (Which will overcome any missile defense)
              1. svp67
                svp67 20 October 2017 18: 21
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                Quote: You Vlad
                On this occasion, we decided that we will respond to their rare nuclear strike with their global strike! (Which will overcome any missile defense)

                Judging by the latest statements by Putin, we are creating the same weapons for ourselves ...
                1. You Vlad
                  You Vlad 20 October 2017 18: 53
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                  Quote: svp67
                  Judging by the latest statements by Putin, we are creating the same weapons for ourselves ...

                  Lag in such technologies is not good!
        3. igorka357
          igorka357 22 October 2017 13: 51
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          A wave of S-300 tomahawks? But isn’t there enough tunguska, shilka, beech and tori? Dear, even the mattresses admit that we have the strongest air defense!
  4. Thunderbolt
    Thunderbolt 20 October 2017 22: 36
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    ... you are endlessly happy on a date
    You read her poems about white snow.
    Do you know a friend, what is Emba
    Desert trembling from rocket launches ...
  5. Green Chukotka
    Green Chukotka 20 October 2017 22: 37
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    ! like a swarm of wasps!
  6. 9griffon
    9griffon 22 October 2017 21: 22
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    everything is like a book: a line of two for each goal, beauty! it’s only a pity that cloudiness