See How Missiles Are Launched From The Russian Stoiki To Hit Their Target (VIDEO)

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The Russian corvette Stoiki made launches of anti-ship missiles of the Uran system. The video of these exercises, carried out in the Baltic Sea, was published by the Ministry of Defense of Russia.

According to the entity, two cruise missiles successfully hit the target that was drifting at a distance of more than 30 kilometers from the Stoiki.

This corvette was delivered to the Russian Fleet in 2014. Its main assault weapon is the Uran missile system. This weapon was designed to annihilate fast ships that are part of a naval group or that act separately.

The Uran system is capable of fulfilling its mission effectively during the day and night, in simple and complicated weather conditions and in case the enemy uses radio electronic countermeasures.


Source: Mundo Sputnik News