Russia will conduct large-scale strategic exercises using the full range of hypersonic weapons

Russia will conduct the world's first exercises using hypersonic weapons.

Russia intends to conduct large-scale strategic military exercises using the entire spectrum of the country's arsenal of hypersonic weapons. The exercise, dubbed Thunder, will be held next year. At the same time, it is planned to use both strategic hypersonic missile systems and tactical missile systems.

“Currently, the possibility of including hypersonic weapons systems in the strategic exercises“ Thunder-2022 ”is being studied. During the maneuvers, it is planned to work out the methods of their application. True, the interlocutors refused to say whether there are planned combat training launches of hypersonic weapons. Using hypersonic combat systems on maneuvers is the beginning of work on their integration into the national defense system "- reports the publication "Izvestia".

To date, the Avangard hypersonic missile system is officially in service with Russia, as well as the Dagger aviation missile system, however, given the fact that from the beginning of next year Russia will officially adopt the Zircon hypersonic missile, the latter may also be involved in unique military maneuvers.

It should be noted that in addition to working out the interaction of various units, during the exercise it is planned to send a signal to the West that Russia has weapons from which NATO has no protection. This should be a deterrent for the West.

What if it did? Where are you going: to evacuate or meet your friends with a loaf?

The USSR no longer exists, and NATO never came to the war.

It would be possible to believe in it if teapots learned to make their own, and to import from China together with irons, by the way.

He only respects strength, And this is enough for a year. And further along the knurled one.

Actually, our country possesses weapons from which NATO has "no protection" since at least the late 70s, and since then the situation has not changed.