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Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation: More than ten complexes of the space monitoring system will be deployed in the troops of the East Kazakhstan region
In the Aerospace Defense Forces (VKO), a command post exercise on command and control of the Space Command has completed, Colonel Alexei Zolotukhin, a spokesman for the press service and information of the Russian Defense Ministry for the VKO Troops, told Interfax-AVN on Friday.
"In total, about 1,5 thousand servicemen of formations and military units of the Space Command of the Aerospace Defense Forces took part in the command and staff exercise," the officer said.
He also noted that during the exercise, they mastered the skills to manage formations and military units when they perform combat missions in the context of aggravating the military-political situation. In the course of the exercise, the command of the Armed Forces armies of the East Kazakhstan region simulated various conditions of the combat situation, including the use of various means of destruction by the conditional adversary.
The military units of the Main Center for Missile Attack Warning, the Main Center for the Intelligence of the Space Situation, the Main Testing Center named after G. Titov were put on alert to perform reconnaissance missions.
In the coming 4 of the year, a network of the latest laser-optical and radio-technical systems for the recognition of space objects will be deployed. This will significantly increase the capabilities of the Space Command of the Space Control Troops of the East Kazakhstan Oblast to control space, expand the range of controlled orbits and, in 2-3, reduce the minimum size of detected objects.
The first new complexes for recognizing space objects will be created on the territory of the Altai Territory and the Primorsky Territory. In total, up to 2018 year in a number of Russian regions it is planned to deploy more than 10 complexes of a new generation of space monitoring system.