U.S. bombers frequently provoked, and Russian anti-missile interceptors tested again, and the fighting nation no longer gave in
Ballistic missiles and cruise missiles were both invented by Nazi Germany during World War II. In the latter part of World War II, both the United States and the Soviet Union obtained considerable missile technology data from Germany. The development of the missile provides a solid foundation. With the miniaturization of nuclear weapons, their integration with ballistic missiles has become an important basis for strategic balance among the world’s major powers. The United States tried to break this strategic balance through the ballistic missile defense system. The United States has established a relatively complete ballistic missile defense system from various aspects. In addition to deploying interceptors in its homeland, the United States has deployed a land-based Aegis anti-missile system in Poland and Romania, equipped with standard 3IIA anti-missile missiles. ability. At the same time, the U.S. Navy also has nearly 90 large surface ships preparing the Aegis system, which are all part of the U.S. anti-missile system.
In 2020, the U.S. Air Force implemented several For deterrence cruise operations, the strategic bombers used include B-1B, B-2A and B-52H. On October 20th, there were 2 moreB-1B strategic bomber approached the Russian Far East. After the B-1B approached the Russian border, the Russian Air Force immediately dispatched the MiG- 31 high-speed fighters intercepted. The MiG-31 is the fastest fighter model in the world, and it is said that it can’t catch up with missiles. On October 28, a U.S. Air Force B-1B strategic bomber flew to the Misawa base in northern Japan, and on October 29, two B-1B strategic bombers approached the first island chain for a deterrent cruise operation.
When the US Air Force’s strategic bombers frequently provoked, The fighting nation will no longer give in. The Russian Ministry of Defense has publicly announced that the Russian strategic forces have carried out an anti-missile missile test operation. This time it used an anti-missile system on combat readiness. According to Russian media reports, the anti-missile missile hit accurately. It simulates the incoming high-speed target. In July 2019, Russia once tested the same type of anti-missile missile system. This time the interceptor successfully hit the target again, which represents that Russia’s cutting-edge anti-missile missile system is already quite mature. During the Cold War, the Soviet Union also developed an anti-missile system, but it used nuclear anti-missile missiles, which would cause great collateral damage.
Today’s Russia not only can counter incoming ballistic missiles Anti-missile missiles, as well as a weapon that can pierce the US anti-missile system, this is the hypersonic missile. Russia has already installed 2 Hypersonic missiles, including the dagger air-launched hypersonic missile used by the MiG-31 fighter, and the pioneer land-based long-range hypersonic missile. Russia’s hypersonic missiles have the ability to fly super-maneuverable in the atmosphere. These missiles use the aerodynamic layout design of the waverider, so their flight trajectories are unpredictable. The existing US anti-missile system is fundamental to hypersonic missiles. It cannot be intercepted.
Russia is a two-pronged approach, except for the development of anti-missile missiles and They have also been deployed in large numbers and equipped with weapons and equipment that can pierce anti-missile systems, thus weakening the strategic advantage of the United States. At present, the United States has been set aside 18 avenues in the development of hypersonic weapons. To this day, the United States is not equipped with hypersonic missiles. This situation worries the United States. Text/AZ.