Putin’s ‘invincible’ nuclear powered cruise missile doesn’t work

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Putin’s ‘invincible’ nuclear powered cruise missile doesn’t work

In March, Russian President Vladimir Putin gave a national address with international ramifications; touting new advanced missile platforms that were meant to usher in a new era of Russian military strength. These new platforms, of course, weren’t new to defense experts who had been following the development of these weapons systems, but raised concerns throughout the world nonetheless, and with good reason. Among Putin’s touted platforms were the RS-28 Sarmat, also known as the “Satan II,” a nuclear ICBM designed specifically to circumvent America’s existing missile defense apparatus, as well as the Status 6 submersible nuclear drone that has been called a doomsday weapon by some in the Pentagon, and of course, the hypersonic Kinzhal, which could feasibly become a carrier killer.

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