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Kinzhal - Missile Putin personally unveiled fails big time !

The Analyst (New Real Media)
Published on 24 Sep 2022 / In News and Politics

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On September 15, a video of an unidentified flying object that crashed in Stavropol, Russia, around 350 kilometers (220 miles) from the Ukrainian border, went viral on the internet.

The Russian media reports initially led people to believe it was a Ukrainian unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). Later, Twitter users noted similarities between the wreckage and the Russian Kinzhal missile.

A Twitter user going by the handle LotA shared a video of the incident, which happened on September 14. According to the user, the unidentified object was a Russian Kinzhal missile.

“If anyone wondered what crashed today in Russian Stavropol region injuring six firefighters, you’d be very much surprised to know that it wasn’t a “Ukrainian UAV,” but a Russian Kinzhal missile,” he tweeted.

The missile was allegedly fired from a MiG-31 aircraft in the direction of Ukraine, but it is thought to have failed and crash-landed in Russia’s territory.

In this video Defense Updates reports on the Russian hypersonic ‘Kinzhal’ Missile falling on its territory after being fired from a MiG-31 combat jet.

#DefenseUpdates #KinzhalFail #ukrainerussiawar

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