Russia brings S-400 SAM missiles and launchers to Belarus (photo)

© Photo: Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation S-400
Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Published: June 22 2022 at 03:09 pm

Two IL-76MDs arrived in Gomel, they brought the Pantsir-C1 SAM. They were recorded in Mozyr.

The Belarusian monitoring group "Belarusian Guyun" recorded the night arrival of Russian IL-76MD aircraft of the Russian Air Force, probably from Pskov, to the Gomel airport.
On June 22, at 3:30 a.m. and 5:30 a.m., two aircraft with registration numbers RF-76650 and RA-78845 arrived. On board were at least 16 missiles for S-400 SAMs, as well as probably the Pantsir SAM.

BAZ-6402 tractors arrived at the airport for further transportation of missiles yesterday, June 21, at about 11:30 p.m. After loading the missiles, the tractors moved in the direction of Rechytsa. In total, 28 missiles for S-400 anti-aircraft missile systems have already been transported through Mozyr in the direction of Prudok. The following was recorded in Mozyr:

  • two Urals with S-400 missiles;
  • 5 launchers from the S-400 warehouse on the MAZ chassis;
  • "Pantsir-C1" based on KamAZ and Kung.

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