The Soviet collapse left some early warning radars outside Russia. Some radars were pulled down or exploded, such as Daryal in Latvia and uncompleted Daryal-U in Krasnoyarsk. It created major gaps in the radar field, the Military-Industrial Courier writes.
|Voronezh-M early warning radar in Lekhtusi. Voronezh-M (77Ya6-M) works in the meter range of wavelengths (VHF) (Picture source Wikipedia)|