Russian Defense Ministry A fast anti-ship missile was fired at a fake target in the Sea of Japan by the Russian Navy. The Pacific Fleet’s missile ships have fired these missiles. It was 100 km away from the goal. This was said by the Russian Defense Ministry on Tuesday. Follow For More Updates rapeednews.com
Russian Defense Ministry: Russian Navy fired supersonic anti-ship
Moscow, Reuters. The Russian Defense Ministry said on Tuesday that the Russian Navy fired anti-ship missiles at a fake target in the Sea of Japan.
“Missile ships from the Pacific Fleet fired Moskit cruise missiles at a simulated enemy sea target in the Sea of Japan,” Trilay said in a message on its Telegram account.
The ministry said that two Mosquito cruise missiles hit the target directly from a distance of about 100 kilometers (62.14 miles).
The Soviet-made P-270 Moskit missile is a medium-range supersonic cruise missile that can destroy a ship up to 120 km away. (75 mi).
A week before, two Russian strategic bombers that could carry nuclear weapons flew for more than seven hours over the Sea of Japan on what Moscow called a “planned flight.”