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Russia mocks Britain’s tank drills preparing for Vladimir Putin invasion warning ‘it’s a poor replacement for the real stuff!’
Drills using tanks, Apache helicopters and Tornado jets took place on Salisbury Plain yesterday
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RUSSIA has laughed off Britain’s war game tank drills and warned: ‘That’s nothing compared to the real thing.’
But strongman president Vladimir Putin and his cronies were not cowed by the show of strength.
The Russian embassy in London tweeted: “Large-scale British exercises near Salisbury: imitation fight vs Polish-assembled T72s as a poor replacement for real stuff.”
The Russian-built tanks were snapped rolling through the British countryside during the Wiltshire drills yesterday.
The incredibly realistic British Army exercise executed the chilling scenario of President Vladimir Putin’s forces invading Estonia, according to Army sources.
The drill, which was based on Russia’s 2014 invasion of eastern Ukraine, is one of the most realistic war games ever staged and the pictures show incredibly life-like tank battles on the Salisbury Plain.
Some of the 800 troops due to be deployed early next year to support Nato forces in the Baltic states took part in mock battle.
The display was designed so that every detail was as close as possible to what would actually be experienced by British soldiers if Putin moves into Estonia.
The belligerent ‘Russian’ forces in the simulation wore distinctive blue uniforms and were equipped with AK-47 semi-automatic rifles, which Putin’s troops carry.
T-72 tanks, a model recently upgraded by the Kremlin at £20 million per vehicle, were launched for the ‘Russian’ assault.
The Polish-built war machines rolled across the grassy plains alongside three other Soviet-design tanks – supplied by a private collector and the tank museum.
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