Russias Vladimir Putin oversees hypersonic missile test near Crimea graphospasm

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Publish Date : 2021-04-09 23:19:40


Russias Vladimir Putin oversees hypersonic missile test near Crimea graphospasm

Russia's Black Sea and Northern Fleets held joint drills in the Black Sea during which they practiced the launch of the Kalibr cruise missiles and the hypersonic air-launched ballistic missile Kinzhal, according to Russian state news agency TASS.

More than 30 ships, 40 aircraft and one submarine were involved in the exercises, TASS reported.

'The drills have been held successfully,' Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy, reported to Putin.



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Two MIG-31K fighters practiced target-firing using the Kinzhal ballistic missile and crews of the Admiral Grigorovich frigate, small missile ship Orekhovo-Zuyevo and submarine Kolpino tested the launch of the Kalibr missiles.

Putin watched the launches from aboard the Marshal Ustinov missile cruiser.

Hypersonic is generally defined as a speed of Mach 5, or over 3,836 mph. The missiles fly into space after launch, but then come down and fly at high speeds on a flight path similar to that of an airplane. Their lower trajectory make them more difficult for US missile defense satellites and radars to detect.

In late December the Russian leader boasted of his country's 'unique' advances in hypersonic weaponry, saying other countries were 'trying to catch up with us.'

Putin added that 'not a single country possesses hypersonic weapons, let alone continental-range hypersonic weapons.'

A new hypersonic missile system known as Avangard entered service December 27, the country's state media reported.

'The drills have been held successfully,' Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy, reported to Putin. 'The drills have been held successfully,' Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy, reported to Putin. Russia's Black Sea and Northern Fleets held joint drills in the Black Sea during which they practiced the launch of the Kalibr cruise missiles and the hypersonic air-launched ballistic missile Kinzhal, according to Russian state news agency TASS. 'The drills have been held successfully,' Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy, reported to Putin. More than 30 ships, 40 aircraft and one submarine were involved in the exercises, TASS reported. Two MIG-31K fighters practiced target-firing using the Kinzhal ballistic missile and crews of the Admiral Grigorovich frigate, small missile ship Orekhovo-Zuyevo and submarine Kolpino tested the launch of the Kalibr missiles. A new hypersonic missile system known as Avangard entered service December 27, the country's state media reported. 'The drills have been held successfully,' Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy, reported to Putin. A new hypersonic missile system known as Avangard entered service December 27, the country's state media reported. Russia's Black Sea and Northern Fleets held joint drills in the Black Sea during which they practiced the launch of the Kalibr cruise missiles and the hypersonic air-launched ballistic missile Kinzhal, according to Russian state news agency TASS. In late December the Russian leader boasted of his country's 'unique' advances in hypersonic weaponry, saying other countries were 'trying to catch up with us.' 'The drills have been held successfully,' Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy, reported to Putin. In late December the Russian leader boasted of his country's 'unique' advances in hypersonic weaponry, saying other countries were 'trying to catch up with us.' In late December the Russian leader boasted of his country's 'unique' advances in hypersonic weaponry, saying other countries were 'trying to catch up with us.' In late December the Russian leader boasted of his country's 'unique' advances in hypersonic weaponry, saying other countries were 'trying to catch up with us.' Putin watched the launches from aboard the Marshal Ustinov missile cruiser. Putin watched the launches from aboard the Marshal Ustinov missile cruiser. In late December the Russian leader boasted of his country's 'unique' advances in hypersonic weaponry, saying other countries were 'trying to catch up with us.' In late December the Russian leader boasted of his country's 'unique' advances in hypersonic weaponry, saying other countries were 'trying to catch up with us.' 'The drills have been held successfully,' Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy, reported to Putin. Hypersonic is generally defined as a speed of Mach 5, or over 3,836 mph. The missiles fly into space after launch, but then come down and fly at high speeds on a flight path similar to that of an airplane. Their lower trajectory make them more difficult for US missile defense satellites and radars to detect. 'The drills have been held successfully,' Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy, reported to Putin. In late December the Russian leader boasted of his country's 'unique' advances in hypersonic weaponry, saying other countries were 'trying to catch up with us.' Hypersonic is generally defined as a speed of Mach 5, or over 3,836 mph. The missiles fly into space after launch, but then come down and fly at high speeds on a flight path similar to that of an airplane. Their lower trajectory make them more difficult for US missile defense satellites and radars to detect. Two MIG-31K fighters practiced target-firing using the Kinzhal ballistic missile and crews of the Admiral Grigorovich frigate, small missile ship Orekhovo-Zuyevo and submarine Kolpino tested the launch of the Kalibr missiles. 'The drills have been held successfully,' Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy, reported to Putin. Putin watched the launches from aboard the Marshal Ustinov missile cruiser.

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