Russia Is Preparing For Permanent Deployment Of Iskander-M Missile Systems In Kaliningrad – Media

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Russia Is Preparing For Permanent Deployment Of  Iskander-M Missile Systems In Kaliningrad - Media

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The Jane’s Defence Weekly magazine released an sattelite image allegedly depicting 8 shelters for Iskander-M missile systems at the 152nd Guardss Missile Brigade’s garrison in the Russian city of Kaliningrad. The image was made on February 10, 2017.

According to the magazine’s article, more pads are under construction which could be a fact of alleged permanent deployment of Iskander-M systems in the area.

Russia Is Preparing For Permanent Deployment Of  Iskander-M Missile Systems In Kaliningrad - Media

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The 152nd Guardss Missile Brigade deployed in Kaliningrad does not have Iskander-M missile systems and is armed with 9K79-1 Tochka-U tactical operational missile complexes.

Thus, the released image could indicate that Moscow is preparing an infrastructure for possible deplyoment of Iskander-M missile systems in the area. Theoretically, these could be done in 2017 or 2018.

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  • Barba_Papa

    Cue NATO screaming bloody murder in 3, 2, 1……

    • Peter Moy

      I agree with you 100%. The little boys and girls – puppets/lapdogs/hangers on – holding the coattails of their American master will soon be soiling their adult diapers and screaming Russian belligerence and bloody murder. These worms are world class hypocrites. Meanwhile, they are pushing eastward trying to provoke Russia with their mobbing tactics. Pathetic.

  • chris chuba

    I’m surprised that there has been no stories about the Ukrainian ammo warehouse explosion http://www.popularmechanics.com/military/weapons/news/a25803/ukrainian-munitions-dump-explosion/

    Prediction: this will be followed by the longest period of tranquility in Eastern Ukraine.

  • Peter Moy

    Kaliningrad is part of Russia. What is the problem? Any concerns or complaints should be addressed to President Putin. What about the anti-missile defenses being deployed in Poland and Romania?