Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Here is a post for all the IDIOTS who believed Clinton

When he said no more Russion Missiles were pointed at us.

Russia tests new missiles to subdue US air defense

Russia test-launches new intercontinental ballistic missile
05/29/2007 [news] / Russia
The Russian space Forces said that Russia had test-launched new intercontinental ballistic missile Tuesday capable of carrying multiple independent warheads.

Russia to test Iskander tactical missile systems on May 29
05/28/2007 [article] / Russia / News from the Kremlin

Russia is planning to test missiles of the Iskander tactical missile systems on May 29, First Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov told President Vladimir Putin. The tests will take place at a testing range near Znamensk in the Astrakhan region.

Russia able to stave off US nuclear threat until 2020
04/06/2006 [article] / World / Americas
According to US State Department data, the USA can only dream of attaining nuclear domination over Russia. General-Colonel Viktor Esin announced that until 2020 the USA ’s anti-missile defense systems will not be able to limit the effectiveness of Russian strategic nuclear forces.

Russia strengthens nuclear shield with up-to-date Bulava missile systems
12/21/2005 [article] / Russia

The new strategic missile complex Bulava would be added to Russia's military arsenal by the end of 2007
The head part of the Russian up-to-date Bulava ballistic missile was timely delivered to the Kura range ground in the Kamchatka region. A strategic submarine of Russia's Northern Navy successfully launched the missile from under the sea. Solid-fuel intercontinental ballistic missile Bulava is capable of carrying up to ten nuclear blocks. Sea-based Bulava complex has common features with silo-based Topol-M missile system. Bulava's action radius reaches 8,000 kilometers

Russia to sell 29 air defense systems to Iran
12/03/2005 [article] / Russia / Politics

The 700-million-dollar transaction is said to become Russia's largest deal since 2000
Russia intends to sell 29 Tor M-1 anti-missile systems capable of downing cruise missiles and air bombs to Iran. Tor is a solely defensive weapon, which intercepts cruise missiles. The contract to sell 29 Tor M-1 air defense systems to Iran became the largest transaction in Russia since 2000. In 2000, Russia pulled out from the secret agreement with the USA about restricted arms deliveries to Iran. The document was known as the Gore-Chernomyrdin Protocol

Russia tests Topol-M missile to subdue USA's $50-billion air defense
11/02/2005 [article] / Russia

The unpredictable flight trajectory of the Russian missile makes it immune to destruction
Russian strategic troops performed the test launch of the intercontinental ballistic missile RS-12M Topol on November 1. The arsenal of the Russian strategic troops currently has stationary Topol-M missile systems. It is planned to use the systems on both shaft and mobile bases in the future. The USA tested one of the elements of the national ABM system on 15 July 2001. US President Bush informed the Russian administration on 13 December 2001 about the USA's single-handed pullout from the 1972 START Treaty

Russian scientists develop weapons of the future: Integrated soldiers, laser guns and smart tanks
07/08/2005 [article] / Science / Technologies and discoveries

The renowned Kalashnikov gun will most likely have to retire and give way to an automatic gun of the new generation – AN-94
The traditional attitude to the Russian army is rather skeptic: it is most entirely equipped with the Soviet-era defense technology. The legendary reliability of Soviet weapons is known worldwide, although they have their limits too. Kalashnikov guns, Topol missiles, S-300 missile systems, Su-27 pursuit planes, Mi-8 military helicopters, T-72 tanks are reputed to have become perfect examples of the Russian defense power. However, they can be referred to as outdated weapons too. Russian specialists are currently working on new generation of arms that will be added to the arsenal of the Russian Armed Forces in the future

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