U.S. Peacekeeper -3 develop the use of 60 minutes against the world’s new missile
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Morning News While the U.S. publicly announced that it will cut its number of nuclear weapons, but the Pentagon has been developing new missiles to make up the gap. It is reported that the new missile to carry conventional warheads, in less than 60 minutes from anywhere in the world against U.S. domestic targets. The U.S. military said, called “rapid global strike weapons,” the missile will mainly be used to eliminate terrorists and other opponents.
United States claims the new missile from the latest US-Russian arms control treaty. Russia said the U.S. military developed the new missile will launch a new “conventional arms race,” In addition, this new conventional missile launch might be mistaken for other countries’ nuclear weapons “, triggering a nuclear war.
the United States first began to deploy the latest from 2015, conventional ballistic missiles. Obama believes that such a powerful, low environmental impact of conventional ballistic missiles can effectively replace the U.S. fleet of nuclear missiles, as the U.S. military arsenal, “both offensive and defensive” model. The White House asked Congress next year for this weapon system research and development funding for an additional $ 240 million, the total budget of the missile will exceed 20 billion U.S. dollars.
next month, this will be the first new conventional missile test. New missiles in the “Soldiers of Peace III” missile, based on improvements made, and will be deployed in the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. This new Strategic Command will be responsible for directing the missile.
Russia in order to avoid false positive U.S. intentions, the new strategic missile missiles will be taken with a different orbit (low altitudes), so that the Russian early warning radar early detection of U.S. intentions. In addition, the U.S. military may also notice that he would be against Russia’s third goal.
In addition, as part of government initiatives to reduce nuclear weapons, the United States may in the next two to three years to stop using “Tomahawk” sea-based nuclear missiles.