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RSM-56 Bulava Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile (Infographics)


RSM-56 Bulava Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile (Infographics)

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On August 24th, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced that it had successfully tested two nuclear-capable ballistic missiles from two submarines in the Circumpolar region.

The Sineva, a liquid-fueled intercontinental missile, was fired from the Tula submarine, while a Bulava, Russia’s newest solid-fueled missile, was launched from the Yury Dolgoruky submarine, the ministry said.

The missiles hit targets at training grounds in the northern Arkhangelsk region and on the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia’s Far East




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  • Simon Bernstein

    nothing compared to the trident III missiles that US subs can carry

    • J Ramirez

      There plains can’t even fly when bids are around, what makes the missiles different ;}

    • cechas vodobenikov

      LOL–US trash is less accurate and travels less distance—according to your own CIA

      • Simon Bernstein

        lol difference is US has dozens more nuclear attack subs and each can hold up to 24 tridents! and we have THAAD, Arrow 3, and SM-3 AEGIS :D

        • cechas vodobenikov

          all trash—-u lose all wars; nobody wants thaad….obviously u u an amerikan—knowing nothing and so cowardly u r unable to defeat the Taliban after 19 years of losing

      • Simon Bernstein

        silly ruskie

      • Simon Bernstein

        go make me some pierogies

    • Gary Sellars

      Shitty Buttstain opens his yap to plague decent people with his incessent Zio-Murikkka drivel…

  • Boycott-Israel!

    I love Bulava 🚀🚀🚀🚀

  • Icarus Tanović

    I’ve seen cruise and smaller missiles being launched from submarines, but never seen intercontinental one.

  • Mario Ceva

    Bulava and others mantein peace ( or agresion stop ) in the world. Sad reality.