Russia to deploy the second “container” over the horizon radar station in the Far East

Moscow, December 15 the Russian army’s second “container” over the horizon radar station will be on combat duty in the Russian Far East in 2024, according to today’s Russian news agency. The second “container” over the horizon radar station of the Russian army will be deployed in Amur state in the Far East of Russia, mainly responsible for monitoring and protecting the air safety in the strategic direction of eastern Russia. It is reported that the infrastructure construction for the deployment of “container” over the horizon radar station is in progress in Amur state and will end in 2023. Radar testing will start in 2023-2024. On December 1, 2019, the Russian army’s first “container” over the horizon radar station officially entered combat duty in the Republic of Moldova in western Russia. Mikhail Petrov, chief designer of the “container” radar station, once told the media that the radar can detect and track stealth aircraft flying within 3000 kilometers.