WW3 fears: New Russian ICBMs can ‘RIP APART’ America’s anti-missile system

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Russia said their missiles could ‘rip apart’ American defence shields [Getty]

 

RUSSIA has sent a direct military threat to America warning Washington their new intercontinental ballistic missiles can “rip apart” anti-missile systems.

A high-ranking Kremlin official laughingly dismissed the USA’s defence shield, claiming it poses “no serious military risk”.

And they also boasted of a new state-of-the-art tank, which is now being rolled out by Vladimir Putin.  Continue reading

Space Wars? Moscow Seeking ‘Qualitative Parity’ With Washington – US Intel Chief

 

“Moscow is pursuing a wide range of nuclear, conventional, and asymmetric capabilities designed to achieve qualitative parity with the United States,” Coats told the US Senate Intelligence Committee. “These capabilities will give Moscow more options to counter US forces and weapons systems.”

On April 20, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said the country was developing hypersonic weapons on par with the United States. Continue reading

Russia Will Not Send U.S. Astronauts to ISS After 2018

It was already bad enough the United States had self-created its dependency on an enemy. Now it’s in a position that’s hard to get out of now that NASA has been gutted. Some would argue it’s easy to become independent again, but since when has the government acted with urgency and efficiency when it’s for the nation’s own good?

 

NASA has few other options for sending people to the space station.

Russia will not conduct any more space launches to send U.S. astronauts to the International Space Station after 2018, according to a release issued by the country’s TASS news agency.

“We are working with our partners under the effective contracts, but we have no plans for concluding new ones,” Sergey Saveliev, the deputy chief of Russia’s state-run space agency Roscosmos, told TASS.

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WATCH: Russian ‘Terminator’ Soldier Walks Through Minefield

 

Watch this female Russian ‘Terminator’ soldier walk through a minefield to test a new explosive-resistant suit. Continue reading

Russian calls for Cold War civil defense training to be revived

Have you ever wondered with all the recent events within the last year, how close we are to another world war? Civil defense preparations are a clear sign.

Christopher Ruddy (Edit) JR Nyquist once gave us 11 signs that Russia was preparing for a surprise nuclear attack. JR Nyquist has continually for years now warned about a surprise Russian nuclear attack on the American homeland. Now that Obama is suicidally disarming the country these points don’t seem all that laughable.

While Russia steadily continues its preparations, we shouldn’t forget its southern neighbor, China. This year they have announced that 172,000 civilian vessels will be mobilized in case a ‘national emergency’ breaks out — meaning war. This coincides exactly with their announced preparations for a strike on America in March of 2000. Not to limit themselves to the Chinese mainland, former Chinese general Xu Guangyu, had suggested in 2010 that China was preparing for a surprise missile attack on America.

Meanwhile, in America, it’s still shop until you drop. Where’s the Pentagon? Silent.

During each and every day that passes by, remember who you should thank for the rise of Russia and China and destruction of America. Sadly, they’re two of quite a few who have aided America’s adversaries. The same family in the White House in 2017 will be a grave mistake — if America even makes it that far. It’s not a game anymore and you can laugh all you want at these notions, but to your own detriment.

 

Russia’s authorities should revive the old Cold War practice of training civilians on how to respond in the event of a large-scale nuclear attack, a senior government official said on Friday.

Speaking after a meeting of Russia’s Security Council chaired by President Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Rogozin, the deputy prime minister in charge the defense industry, said the United States was upsetting the nuclear balance by developing new weapons systems. Continue reading

Glonass system can fully switch to domestic electronics in 2 years

The Russian Glonass global navigation system will fully switch to domestically-produced electronic components in the next two years, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said Thursday. Continue reading

Russia to Launch Large-Scale Space Projects With China

“The Chinese side expresses interest in collaborating to create manned Lunar exploration infrastructure,” Denis Kravchenko, deputy general director of the United Rocket and Space Corporation (URSC), said.

Plans to set up an aerospace alliance to conduct joint manned space missions, including to the Moon, emerged late last month. In April, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin announced plans to create a permanent manned Lunar station in collaboration with China. Continue reading

Armata tank’s armor invulnerable for existing antitank missiles — designer

MOSCOW, June 6. /TASS/. The armor of the state-of-the-art Russian T-14 tank on the Armata platform ensures protection from all modern tank projectiles, antitank guided missiles and grenade launchers, the Scientific and Research Institute of Steel (makes part of Tractor Plants) told TASS Saturday. Continue reading

Vladimir Putin’s ally issues chilling warning to the West: ‘Tanks don’t need visas’

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One of Vladimir Putin‘s closest aides has issued a chilling warning to the West: “Tanks don’t need visas”.

Deputy premier Dmitry Rogozin – seen by some as a future Kremlin president – claimed the West is now scared of Moscow’s military muscle.

His outspoken words come as the West remains at loggerheads with Russia over Putin’s seizure of Crimea, and alleged military strongarm tactics in eastern Ukraine.

Vowing to exploit the vast mineral riches of the Arctic, Rogozin claimed that America and Euorpe “are afraid of Russia”.

The West is “afraid of the fact that we have started looking around, at our enormous territory”, which, he argued, reached far north of existing frontiers in the Arctic. Continue reading

New Russian tanks to get gun that can ‘burn through a metre of steel’

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Deputy prime minister boasts of powerful new armament for T-14 Armata, Russia’s new main battle tank

Russia’s new-generation main battle tank, the T-14 Armata, is to be fitted with a gun whose shell can “burn through a metre of steel”, a senior official has said.

The Armata was introduced with much fanfare on Saturday when it took part in a huge military parade on Red Square in Moscow to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.

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Russia To Power Arctic Drilling With Floating Nuclear Reactors

It would sit in the icy waters of the Arctic, and provide a constant supply of electricity to a massive rig drilling for oil. They could be mass produced, potentially cutting the cost of drilling projects. The twist? The electricity on these floating power plants would come from a nuclear reactor.

Russia is looking to deploy a floating nuclear reactor that could help power ports, industries, and also offshore oil and gas drilling in the Arctic. In what sounds like a horrible nightmare for environmentalists, floating nuclear reactors could help produce more oil in the Arctic. Continue reading

Moscow to NORAD Head: Yes, We Can Contain Your Missiles Better Now. Sorry.

The Russian Deputy Prime Minister in charge of the defense industry, Dmitry Rogozin, has answered US concerns over Russia’s growing military deterrence capabilities.

“I am very sympathetic. And I fully understand you!” the politician wrote in his microblog on Twitter.

His response was a reaction to the concerns voiced by the commander of the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) over Russia’s growing military potential; America’s long-time missile defense arch-rival has been intensifying its military deterrence capabilities. Continue reading

Russia Approves Program to Develop Military Robots

 

The Russian Defense Ministry approved a complex program on military robotics

 

The importance of robotic developments comes, in particular, from taking care of soldiers’ health on the battlefield, Deputy Defense Minister Pavel Popov said.

MOSCOW, December 4 (Sputnik) — The Russian Defense Ministry has approved a complex program called “Creating of Advanced Military Robotics for 2025”, Deputy Defense Minister Pavel Popov told Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper in an interview.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin promises new weapons will outstrip Western defence technology

Putin wants ‘new weapons’ to defy west

 

RUSSIAN President Vladimir Putin has promised his military commanders a new array of weapons — from intercontinental nuclear missiles to aircraft and submarines — to counter what he calls ‘growing Western aggression’.

Mr Putin’s statement came as the military successfully tested a new intercontinental ballistic missile launched from a nuclear submarine yesterday.\Putin accused the West of using the crisis in Ukraine to reinvigorate NATO, warning that Moscow will ponder a response to the alliance’s decision to create a rapid-reaction “spearhead” force to protect Eastern Europe.

His comments came as Russia’s relations with the West have plunged to their lowest point since the Cold War due to Russia’s role in the crisis in Ukraine. They appear to show that the Russian leader is determined to pursue a tough course in the face of more Western sanctions.

“We have warned many times that we would have to take corresponding countermeasures to ensure our security,” Putin said, adding that he would now take personal charge of the government commission overseeing military industries.

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US receives 2 Russian rocket engines RD-180 under contract

In case you didn’t realize how dependent the United States is on Russia, this shows you the depth. Today, America also can’t even send humans into space without renting a seat from Russia. The U.S. is willfully committing suicide and is beyond the point of no return.

 

RD-180 engine production facility in Russia

 

 

RD-180 rochet engines are produced at Moscow region’s Khimki-based power engineering company Energomash

WASHINGTON, August 21. /ITAR-TASS/. US company United Launch Alliance (ULA) has received Wednesday first two Russian rocket engines RD-180 under a contract to buy 29 such engines, ULA spokesperson Jessica Rye told ITAR-TASS.

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