The servicemen of the anti-aircraft missile formation of the Central Military District in Siberia completed the tasks of air defence of the designated area from an air raid
The servicemen of the anti-aircraft missile formation of the Central Military District (CMD), stationed in Siberia, practiced the tasks of air defence of the designated area from an air raid and attack of lightly armored equipment of a mock enemy.
According to the plan of the exercise, the combat crews of the Pantsir-S anti-aircraft missile and gun systems made a march to the designated area on standard equipment, during which they worked out the issues of repelling the attack of the sabotage group.
Upon arrival at the scene of the combat training missions, the servicemen found a moving column of lightly armored vehicles and, with the help of an optoelectronic system, took targets for tracking, destroyed by 30 mm anti-aircraft guns on the mock enemy at a distance of up to 4,000 m.
In addition, during the exercise, anti-aircraft gunners discovered, identified and destroyed air small-sized high-speed targets of a mock enemy. The destruction of air targets was carried out by electronic launches.
Pantsir S is intended for close cover from all means of air attack in a complex electronic environment in all weather conditions. Modern missile and gun armament ensures the defeat of all types of manned and unmanned targets.