The S-400 effectively caught target rockets, impersonating an approaching enemy launch.
Russian forces from the Eastern Command held live fire practices with the front line S-400 Triumph air defense rocket framework in the Volga area. The S-400 effectively captured target rockets, impersonating an approaching enemy launch.
The S-400 Triumph is intended to catch any elevated targets, including key aircraft, warrior planes and stealth air ship, and journey and ballistic rockets at a separation of up to 400 kilometers (250 miles) and an elevation of up to 30 kilometers (18.6 miles).
The S-400 Triumph, put into service in 2007, is delivered by Russia’s biggest defense contractor, the Almaz-Antey outline bureau. It is perfect for securing urban areas, military offices and other delicate ranges. A solitary S-400 can captivate up to of 80 targets at the same time with 160 missiles.