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Sivkov called the Russian "super-weapon" vulnerable to a US nuclear strike


Doctor of Military Sciences stated the vulnerability of the Russian "Sarmatov".

Konstantin Sivkov, deputy president of the Russian Academy of Rocket and Artillery Sciences for Information Policy, Doctor of Military Sciences, expressed doubt that the Russian Sarmat heavy missiles could withstand a nuclear attack from the United States, and therefore the effectiveness of the Russian “super-weapon” is under big question.

According to Konstantin Sivkov, the key problem is the fact that the Sarmat complexes are stationary (mine) -based complexes, their location cannot be changed, which makes them very vulnerable to any nuclear strikes, including preventive ones. In fact, Sivkov proposes to strengthen the Sarmatov home areas with anti-aircraft and missile defense systems and electronic warfare complexes.

It should be clarified that the Sarmat heavy missile can be put into service as early as 2019-2020. This will allow Russia to significantly increase its military potential, since in fact, we are talking about a rocket capable of hitting targets at distances up to 16 thousand kilometers, while its payload is measured in tens of tons.

Sivkov, as always, carries nonsense. Professors sour soup.

I would like the facts.
Neither the States nor Europe did not boast that they didn’t care about Topol with Avangards. But a private opinion - whatever it is - remains private. At least three times in the forehead expert.

And yet about the personalities.
I looked at this doctor - a muddy citizen.

Ummm ... In the West, otvetka has long been prepared, and you are talking about innovation. We generally invent only xy * nude every! Why ???

No, well, have you seen ?! And what is unique here? Concepts already half a century! The last thing we have created is another diarrhea. Well, what for it is necessary!?

Mdaaa .. With the Topols, they already managed it, with Daggers - they managed it, with the Vanguards - they managed it to their ears, well, now we’ve left it. In Russia, they can only do nonsense. No wonder, retirement years through 500 will see.

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