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"They are trying to question the effectiveness of the S-400": in the foreign press commenting on the animation of the United States with a strike on the air defense system

«Trying to question the effectiveness of the S-400»: in the foreign press commenting on the animation of the United States with a strike on the air defense system
Foreign press comments on American video, in which, in animation mode, the destruction of a base with Russian anti-aircraft missile systems is demonstrated (SAM) C-400. Roller, as previously reported by "Military Review", was published by a major American defense company - Lockheed Martin. In the credits to the video, a company from the United States pointed out the process of work on a new generation of precision missiles Precision Strike long-range.

Made from Lockheed Martin:

PrSM – new ground-to-ground system, providing advanced attack capabilities, neutralization, suppression and destruction of targets using missiles from closed firing positions at a distance of more 499 kilometers.
This kind of video and credits to it were commented on in India and the Middle East. The EAT notes, that with such animation the United States "is trying to question the effectiveness of the Russian S-400 air defense systems".

In the Indian press:

The US is clearly sending India an additional signal that, that it is pointless to acquire the S-400 from Russia. Message next: when the S-400s arrive in India, weapons will appear, which will be capable of destroying Russian air defense systems from the air.
Meanwhile, columnist Mansij Astkhan writes, that today the Russian S-400 are the only complexes in the world, capable of tracking and destroying stealth aircraft. For the United States, realizing this is a serious blow to vanity., that's why there are animated presentations, like this – with strikes on the air defense system and a demonstration of that, that the strike of the air defense system “overslept”:

used photos:Lockheed Martin

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