Russia Pulls Out its Portable ICBM Launchers
The world is moving towards a major conflict with Russia and her allies
Putin moves his most advanced GROWLER anti-aircraft missile system in range of NATO Baltic base as part of Russia's belligerent stance towards the former Soviet satellite states
The advanced missile system can blast jets out of the sky from 250 miles
Putin has ordered two regiments of Growlers to the St Petersburg region
The missiles will cover airspace over NATO's Baltic allies and Finland
Putin will have 16 Growler regiments available by the end of the year
Russian president Vladimir Putin has moved his most advanced anti-aircraft missile system within range of NATO's Baltic base as he continues to order his nuclear bombers to patrol the North Sea.
The S-400 Triumph, dubbed the SA-21 Growler by NATO, can destroy an aircraft at a range of 250 miles at an altitude of 90,000 feet.
Putin ordered two batteries of the highly-mobile supersonic missile systems to be deployed to the area around St Petersburg, putting a missile shield over much of the Baltic region.