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Russia tests unique invisible missiles during Vostok 2018 war games

Russia tested unique invisible missiles during Vostok 2018 military drills, the head of the 76th Air Defense Division, Sergei Tikhonov said.

According to him, the military did not limit the test to conventional training missiles. The command made a decision to destroy training analogues of real cruise missiles of various types during a conventional massive attack.

To raise the complexity of the operation, the military chose second-to-none target missiles. It became possible to repel all the attacks in the operation, the official said.

Russia conducts Vostok 2018 war games in cooperation with China and Mongolia. Russian Defence minister Sergei Shoigu leads the manoeuvres.

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