Russian Long-Range Cruise Missiles ‘Particular Challenge’ for US Defense

And thanks to the chaos in Syria, Russia and a host of other nations such as China and Iran are able to test out their new toys. This is why Chechnya has never seen a full-scale Russian invasion although most of their Chechen rebel and islamic terror problems in the past have come from it. Although it’s been quiet lately, it serves as a playground for continuous testing.

 

Russian long-range aviation and highly accurate long-range cruise missiles present a new challenge for US strategic homeland defense, US Commander of North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) Adm. William Gortney said.

“The challenge that is confronting us…is the Russian long-range aviation and the Russian cruise missile threat from submarine, subsurface platforms and surface platforms,” Gortney said in a Wednesday speech at the Atlantic Council. Continue reading

Northcom: Russian Cruise Missile Threat to U.S. Grows

If you’ve no doubt in which country both Ezekiel 38, 39 depicts, then these are also likely the ‘arrows’ as described.

The sword is coming to America. By His grace and His grace alone is America getting an extension and who knows how long will last.

Get your house in order with the Lord before the fireworks fly.

 

Russia's Club K cruise missile NASIC

 

U.S. defenses ‘over-matched’ for missile threats

Russia is developing a long-range cruise missile that poses a new threat to the United States, the commander of the U.S. Northern Command warned this week.

“Russia is progressing toward its goal of deploying long-range, conventionally-armed cruise missiles with ever increasing stand-off launch distances on its heavy bombers, submarines, and surface combatants, augmenting the Kremlin’s toolkit of flexible deterrent options short of the nuclear threshold,” Adm. William Gortney, Northcom chief who heads the U.S.-Canadian North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) said Thursday. Continue reading