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    Brutal Beauty: Russian Anti-Ship Missile Lights the Sea Ablaze

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    The rocket is launched from beneath the water’s surface and skyrockets to the clouds during Navy exercises, leaving the water below on fire.

    RPK-6 Vodopad missiles were initially designed by Soviet engineers in the early 1980s. They were followed by the RPK-7 Veter model. They can carry a nuclear depth charge and have coverage of 100 kilometers.

    The missile received the designation “Stallion” from NATO. And this video proves it without a doubt: the missile’s launch not only shows the might of the Russian Navy, but the demonstration itself is quite stunning.


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