Russia developing coastal radar station to track ships off Crimea coast
Russia's RTI defense concern is developing the Laguna-M mobile coastal radar station to track the movement of ships.
Officials say the portable station will allow tracking "within the 200-mile exclusive economic zone."
It is also reported Laguna-M will be able to track ships and vessels in the 120-degree sector, determining the coordinates and course parameters "with high enough accuracy."
The device will be able to identify vessels beyond the horizon. According to FlotProm, the station will be used "in the southern regions of Russia."
As UNIAN reported earlier, Russian expert Konstantin Sivkov said the U.S.-made UGM-133A Trident II D5, adopted by the U.S. forces in 1990, is in many respects better than the R-30 "Bulava-30" modern ballistic missiles that have been in service with the Russian army since in 2018.