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Tuesday, June 02, 2015

Russian Military To Deploy Bastion Anti-Ship Missile Complexes In Arctic In 2015

K300P BastionIn its latest move to enhance the combat readiness of its Northern Fleet, Russia will deploy new Bastion anti-ship missile complexes in the Arctic in 2015, a senior military official announced Monday.

The coastal defense missile system is reportedly designed to destroy various enemy ships, including landing squadrons, convoys, carrier strike groups and single vessels.

“There will be a considerable renewing of equipment and armament for the coastal forces and this year Bastion coastal missile defenses will be received from production,” Admiral Vladimir Korolev, commander of the Northern Fleet, told Sputnik News.

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