The Supreme Leader of Malatia, General Hytler, has visited the HQ of the Navy of Malatia (NAM) yesterday to inspect the country's war preperation.
General Hytler boarded MNS Maltia, the largest warship in the Malatian Navy. During the 4 hours long visit, General Hytler watched as dozens of NAM warships took part in an exercise off the coast of Suva.
It was reported that General Hytler was also briefed and shown the latest locally developed anti-ship, anti-missile and anti-aircraft missile system, also known as the AMS-20. The new system is able to engage both surface and aeriel threats up to 20 km away at the same time.
"The Malatian AMS-20 system is a threat to regional navies as it allow the Malatian Navy to deploy more missiles on a ship capable to hit different form of targets," said a defence analyst. He added: "Malatia will be confident to go to war now that its top leadership knows they have a capable military machine."
Malatian naval forces will play a key role in any future war as it did during the Malatian invasion of Suva. In that invasion, Malatian warships secured Suvanese water and sank the only 2 patrol boats of the Royal Suvanese Navy. In any invasion of Equanter, Malatian warships need to secure the air and sea domains over Equanter so that the Malatian army can sweep and overrun Equanterian defences easily.