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    • Russian Anti-Aircraft Missile Troops Hold Drills in Moscow Region
    • Russian Anti-Aircraft Missile Troops Hold Drills in Moscow Region
    • Russian Anti-Aircraft Missile Troops Hold Drills in Moscow Region
    • Russian Anti-Aircraft Missile Troops Hold Drills in Moscow Region
    • Russian Anti-Aircraft Missile Troops Hold Drills in Moscow Region
    • Russian Anti-Aircraft Missile Troops Hold Drills in Moscow Region
    • Russian Anti-Aircraft Missile Troops Hold Drills in Moscow Region
    • Russian Anti-Aircraft Missile Troops Hold Drills in Moscow Region
    • Russian Anti-Aircraft Missile Troops Hold Drills in Moscow Region
    • Russian Anti-Aircraft Missile Troops Hold Drills in Moscow Region
    • Russian Anti-Aircraft Missile Troops Hold Drills in Moscow Region
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    An S-400 Triumf anti-aircraft weapon system reloaded during the combat duty drills of the Anti-Aircraft Missile Troops in Moscow Region.

    Units of the anti-aircraft missile regiment responsible for the air defense of the country’s capital took part in combat duty exercises in Moscow Region. S-400 Triumf anti-aircraft missile systems and the Pantsir-S short to medium range surface-to-air missile and anti-aircraft artillery weapon systems were deployed during the training.

    The Anti-Aircraft Missile Troops make up a considerable part of the firepower of the aerospace defense forces, and protect the country's most important facilities from enemy air attacks.

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