Ukraine Tests Antiship Missile


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On April 2, Ukraine’s Luch Design Bureau successfully test fired its Neptune antiship missile at Alibey Training Ground in the country’s Odessa region. In a statement, Ukraine’s National Security and Defence Council said the test verified “the tactical and technical characteristics” of the weapon, which entered Ukrainian service in early 2019. The Neptune cruise missile weighs 670 kg and has a maximum range of 280 km. 

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Masao Dahlgren, "Ukraine Tests Antiship Missile," Missile Threat, Center for Strategic and International Studies, April 6, 2020, last modified April 6, 2020, https://missilethreat.csis.org/ukraine-tests-antiship-missile/.