Ships of the Pacific Fleet fires Moskit cruise missiles in the Sea of Japan
In the waters of the Sea of Japan during the tactical exercises of the Pacific Fleet groupings, ships of the Primorye flotilla of heterogeneous forces attacked a surface target imitating a mock enemy ship with the Moskit cruise missiles.
The launch of two cruise missiles with an interval of several seconds was made by the destroyer Bystry and the missile boat R-24. Both missiles at the estimated time hit the target - a large ship's shield, at a distance of more than 60 kilometers.
Together with the ships, practical training tasks were practiced by two MiG-31 high-altitude fighter jets and an A-50 long-range radar detection and control aircraft.