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Aerospace defense of the Far East will be strengthened by S-400 anti-aircraft missile systems that will appear in Kamchatka in December
Next month, for the first time, the air defense forces will receive a regimental S-400 set of three divisions. The delivery will be made by the Almaz-Antey Air Defense Concern OJSC, Rossiyskaya Gazeta reports.
The S-400 anti-aircraft missile systems are already being supplied to the Russian Armed Forces. The novelty is that earlier the army received these systems gradually and separately: launchers, radar complexes, control vehicles, technical support complexes, and so on. Now the concern's specialists have formed the entire regimental set of three divisions - 24 S-400 systems. This will greatly facilitate the development of new equipment, which will take up combat duty in Kamchatka in the shortest possible time. Since the S-400 also has anti-missile characteristics, the aerospace defense of the Far East will be significantly strengthened.
Complexes of C-400 are designed to protect against air strikes, strategic, cruise, tactical and operational-tactical ballistic missiles, as well as medium-range ballistic missiles.