Russian MiG-31, S-300 missiles live firing in air defense drill

On April 12 of 2013, the Ashuluk training center in Astrakhan region, Russia took an interception drill under the leadership of the Central Military forces.

The exercise was a large scale with scenarios that the southern part of Russia identified alarm when the enemy forces preparing to conduct a missile raid.

The Mig-31 interceptor aircraft of Russian has been ordered to carry cruise missiles for patrolling and ready to shoot down the enemy missiles.

Meanwhile, the air defense missile system S-300 has also been conducting fire and maneuver to block missile assumptions.


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