Russia test-fires supersonic Onyx missile   for the first time

Russia test-fires supersonic Onyx missile for the first time

The Russian Northern Fleet has test-fired Onyx anti-ship cruise missile for the first time, launched from the Bastion missile-defense system, at the Arctic exercise on Kotelny Island.

The Bastion launcher can carry two Onyx anti-ship missiles, which can engage targets at a range up to 300km with a high-low trajectory, or 120km with a low-low flight trajectory. Although designed to be deployed against ships, it can be used against ground targets as well.

Source: www.defenceandtechnology.com
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