S-400 Triumph missile systems involved in the air defence exercise in Crimea
The S-400 Triumph missile systems of the Southern Military District Air Force and Air Defence formation were involved in the air defence exercise in the Crimea.
The S-400 Triumph SAM missile systems practiced withdrawal of missile launchers and radar installations in the area of deployment and relocation to new position areas as part of the training task of protecting the air space of the Crimean Peninsula.
While conducting march to new position areas the division was covered from the mock enemy’s air attack by the Pantsir anti-aircraft missile and gun systems.
To practice camouflaging while relocating to new positions masking when you change positions, the march was conducted in a smokescreen with the use of smoke and pyrotechnic equipment.
The exercise completed with a successful electronic engagement of the detected and accompanied target, simulating the means of the mock enemy's air attack.