Russia Releases Footage Of Sub Launching Barrage Of 4 Nuclear ICBMs

On Wednesday, the Russian Defense Ministry released footage of the Borei-class submarine Yuri Dolgoruky successfully test-firing four Bulavaintercontinental ballistic missile, the first such test for this type of submarine. The missiles were launched from the White Sea and hit designated targets at the Kura range in the Far Eastern Kamchatka region.

According to Russia's Tass news agency, it was the first salvo fire from this type of submarines: "The test confirmed combat readiness of the Project-955 Borei strategic submarine and the Bulava missile system."

The video published on Wednesday shows some pre-launch activities on board the Yuriy Dolgorukiy, the launching submarine. Then the submarine is shown firing four Bulava missiles at a test range in Kamchatka in quick succession.

As RT notes, previous tests of the weapon were conducted solo or in barrages of two on two occasions.

Firing missiles in a barrage is more challenging for the crew and ship, but reduces the time the submarine stays close to the surface exposed to detection and possible attack.

Russia currently has three Borei-class nuclear submarines in active service and a fourth upgraded ship – the Knyaz Vladimir - undergoing trial. Four more are being built. The Yuri Dolgoruky is the Project 955 Borey-class lead vessel. The submarine is armed with a set of Bulava sea-launched intercontinental ballistic missiles and also with torpedoes. The sub can be armed with cruise missiles. It has a full displacement of 24,000 tonnes, is about 160 meters long and 13 meters wide.

The R-30 Bulava is a solid-propellant ballistic missile developed specially for Project 955 submarines. Each can deliver 10 nuclear warheads of 150 kilotonnes each to a distance of 10,000 kilometers.


QuantumEasing A Sentinel Wed, 05/23/2018 - 15:51 Permalink

No, even if launched from a sub, I See BM.

80 years, and "nukes" have never been used in combat.

Probably because they are as fake as anything else "created" by ((the usual suspects)).

Fortunately, the lie went more mainstream about a year ago. Dr. Akio Nakatani outed the fact that "nukes" can't and never have worked. Read it:

Remember ((who)) created "nukes" and for what reason: to keep the fear going, to provide a never-ending spigot of funds for the MIC, and to justify world governance. Einstein was borderline retarded (nothing he shat forth amounted to anything valuable, even he admitted "Relativity" was untestable and unprovable). Oppenheimer was known as an "actor," and the ((family name)) should be a clue. The only man that could have torpedoed the dog and pony show was the smartest man in the world (as admitted by Einstein), Nikola Tesla. Tesla died under suspicious circumstances in 1943.

Dr. Nakatani's work vindicated my and other's research that lead to the (rather obvious, in retrospect) realization that nuclear weapons are fiction. Miles Mathis and Anders Bjorkman both independently connected the dots. The TL:DR is simply that a sustained nuclear reaction cannot occur without a moderator.

The Germans realized this in 1942, and discontinued work on a "nuclear explosive". The US, with its scientists ((compromised)), decided to spin up a fake, scary superweapon. 108 tons of TNT laced with radioisotopes was detonated in the desert of Alamogordo (look it up, they don't even try to hide it), making a pretty explosion and a pathetic little soot mark on the ground.

A few months later, without any testing or calibration of the Norden bombsights, a single bomb was allegedly dropped through a 30 knot crosswind to hit within a few meters of the aimpoint (CEP for high altitude bombers was still half a mile at best), leaving no crater (which, since it was a ground burst, one would expect) and most of the nearby buildings and trees intact, to include their windows.

Pretty amazing. The inhabitants had street cars running within a week, and life returned to normal in the radiation-drenched, glowing glass crater. Oh wait. No radiation, no traces of Uranium of Plutonium in the soil (I've been there, and taken both soil samples and tested for radiation).

The second "bomb" was even more pitiful, doing negligible damage to the already bombed-to-shit Nagasaki (there were no "virgin targets" at this point. Japan had been terror-bombed to rubble).

Interesting note, Hiroshima was likely hit by a flight of 66 B-29s on August 5th: Imabari, utterly destroyed some months earlier, did not warrant any more raids. A "divert" to Hiroshima would have been trivial, being only a few dozen klicks away. Since there was no blast damage or crater, it was clear Hiroshima (and Nagasaki) were firebombed like the other nearly 70 Japanese population centers.

"It is easier to fool a man than to convince him he's been fooled."

-Mark Twain

Edited to add: the downvotes are either those too retarded to comprehend basic nuclear physics, or trolls for the usual suspects. Fortunately, the lie is eroding fast. Even several otherwise apathetic friends pointed out (from out of the blue) that if "nukes" existed, they would have been used many times already. A "nuclear explosive" is allegedly caveman technology: banging two rocks together. Fat Boy of the North would have simply used them if they were real, instead of the Lil' Kim levels of drama.

This really is a litmus test for separating the truly intelligent from those that just waste oxygen. Those that "believe" in nuclear weapons will someday be looked upon as similar to those believing in the geocentric universe, or the flat earth.

Some additional reading:

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NoWayJose BaBaBouy Wed, 05/23/2018 - 11:32 Permalink

If you like your US missiles in Baltic countries, you can keep your missiles in Baltic countries.

But if you ever fire your missiles in Baltic countries at Russia, you have 7 minutes to kiss your ass goodbye!

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44_shooter Looney Wed, 05/23/2018 - 11:07 Permalink

Either its poor memory or poor reading skills....…


  • Russian President Vladimir Putin bragged that a new nuclear-powered missile had unlimited range, but it has yet to perform a successful test, according to sources with direct knowledge of a U.S. intelligence report on the weapons program.
  • The cruise missile was tested four times between November 2017 and February 2018, each resulting in a crash.
  • The U.S. assessed that the longest test flight lasted just more than two minutes, with the missile flying 22 miles before losing control and crashing.

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Battlefield USA 44_shooter Wed, 05/23/2018 - 14:33 Permalink

Because shit like that NEVER EVER happens to USA Bigly!


I still remember when dumb-ass Americans were laughing when one of Russia's new T-14 Armata Tanks stalled at Russia's military parade... because Americuntski tanks never have mechanical/electrical problems. And no tank crew ever got their asses chewed out.


Still remember that AH-1S Cobra whose 19 shot 2.75 rocket pod misfired 18 rockets. But impossible!

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Blankone takeaction Wed, 05/23/2018 - 11:47 Permalink

This looked like an old early 60's Bond movie set that had a reduced filming budget. The uniforms, goofy pouches strung over their necks (inflatable lifevests?), the super scowl on the main guy's expressions, having to run fast to their positions for even a prescheduled test, 60's looking control panels. sheesh

I hope they got those guys off the deck before they made that emergency dive. Why do they need a person to stand at the front outside on top of the deck giving visuals when moving on the surface in open water? Or any water.

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