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Today in Russia was finished teaching of the strategic nuclear forces under the leadership of Putin- the most extensive teaching of the strategic nuclear forces in the past 20 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 20 October 2012 21:08

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin said today, that today was finished teaching of the strategic nuclear forces under the leadership of Putin- the most extensive teaching of the strategic nuclear forces in the past 20 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union As reported, the Strategic Missile Forces of Russia (RVSN) conducted a successful launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile, "Topol" from the cosmodrome "Plesetsk" in Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russia. During the exercises, the nuclear submarine of Russian Pacific Fleet "St. George" has released a ballistic missile from the Sea of Okhotsk on range "Chizha" in the north of Russia, and strategic bombers Tu-95 and Tu-160 fired four missiles on range "Pemba" in Komi. Also for the first time the Russian military has successfully struck a cruise missile with the latest anti-aircraft missile and gun systems, "Panzir-C". Vladimir Putin praised the crews of the Russian Armed Forces, the work of the General Staff, which have completed all the tasks and confirmed the reliability and efficiency of the nuclear triad of Russia. Under the personal direction of Vladimir Putin had checked the automated control system of communication, as well as new algorithms for control of the strategic nuclear forces of Russia and the practical working of combat training objectives of a common design of all components of the nuclear triad of long-range aircraft, marine and terrestrial components of the strategic nuclear forces of Russia.


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