How Russia’s S-300 Missile Defense System Works


In 2016, Russia delivered the first battalion of S-300PMU-1/SA-20 Gargoyle SAM batteries to Iran under the agreement signed by Moscow and Tehran in 2007. The S-300 is a long-range surface-to-air missile system. It can engage aircraft, cruise missiles and theater ballistic missiles.

How Russia's S-300 Missile Defense System Works

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  • Ivanus59

    That speed… it sure is fast! :O

  • Alex Popoff

    Standard S300 division has nuclear warheads for the case of massive air raid.

  • Tom Johnson

    B2 flies over drops an EMP fused by a 1000lbs iron bomb. Then a B1 equiped with AESA SABR hits the rest of the group elements. Boom welcome to the new age.