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Russia approves mass production of cutting-edge Bulava missile can carry as many as ten nuclear warheads!!

 
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Russia approves mass production of cutting-edge Bulava missile
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MOSCOW. (Military commentator Viktor Yuzbashev for RIA Novosti) - Russia has moved to a higher level in the design of strategic sea-based nuclear systems.

Admiral Vladimir Masorin, commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy, said the Bulava-M (SS-NX-30), a naval derivative of the land-based missile Topol (SS-27), had been approved for mass production.

It will be supplied to the new fourth-generation Project 955 Borey-class strategic submarines. Three such submarines, the Yury Dolgoruky, the Vladimir Monomakh and the Alexander Nevsky, are being built at the Sevmash shipyard in Severodvinsk, Arkhangelsk Region (north of European Russia).

The Yury Dolgoruky, the first of the series, will have 12 Bulava missiles. It was commissioned in the presence of First Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov, who is in charge of Russia's defense-related sectors, and other eminent guests in April 2007.

Development has not been smooth. At first, the Miass bureau designed the D-19M Bark (SS-NX-28) submarine launched ballistic missile (SLBM), but it turned out to be too big for the subs, and flight tests later exposed other drawbacks. Russia cancelled the project in 1998, when the missile was almost ready, because of rising costs and technical difficulties.

The task was then sent to the Moscow-based Heat Technology Institute, which had developed the ground-based Topol-M intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).

Four of the first six flight tests of the Bulava-M (where "M" stands for morskoi, or naval) were a failure. Masorin said the recent test in late July was successful, but independent experts are not so sure. According to them, one of the three warheads of the missile did not reach its destination.

This did not deter the designers of the Bulava and their superiors. Anatoly Perminov, head of the Russian Space Agency, which is responsible for designing and supplying strategic missiles to the armed forces, said the Bulava could be delivered to the navy after 12-14 tests.

He referred to the experience of the United States, where the Trident II naval missile was delivered to the navy after 19 ground tests and nine launches from a submarine.

Admiral Masorin said the trial period of the Bulava would end in 2008 after two more tests this year. One of the trials will determine the missile's maximum range. It is not clear where that particular missile will land, but it will clearly be beyond the Kura range on the Kamchatka Peninsular in Russia's Far East. On the other hand, it could be aimed at the range, but launched not from the White Sea, as usual, but from some other sea.

According to the Western press, the three-stage solid-fuel Bulava-M missile will be one of the lightest in its class. Weighing only 30 metric tons, it was initially named Bulava-30. It has an effective range of 8,000 kilometers (4,972 miles) and will carry four to ten warheads.

Some experts claim that such a light missile could not carry ten warheads. Others argue that modern nuclear technology and composite materials allow engineers to build smaller and lighter nuclear warheads that will be as effective as their larger counterparts.

The Bulava will most likely be built to carry ten warheads, as its combat effectiveness would not be sufficient otherwise. The Yury Dolgoruky, the first of the Borey-class submarines, will have 12 missile launchers, but the two later subs, the Vladimir Monomakh and the Alexander Nevsky, will have 16 launchers.

If the designers' plans materialize, the three new submarines will carry 44 Bulava missiles with 440 nuclear warheads, an impressive contribution to strategic nuclear deterrence stipulated in Russia's military doctrine.

The results of trials of the Bulava, as well as its parameters, flight telemetry, technical characteristics and the companies involved in its construction and production, are confidential information for everyone but the United States. Washington receives information on missile technology in accordance with the START-1 treaty on strategic reductions.

So, this information is secret only to the Russian military and its designers, as well as Russian taxpayers, who are paying for the missile designed to protect them. Why?

The Bulava, as well as the Yury Dolgoruky and other submarines of its class, has become hostage to the political ambitions of some high-ranking Russian officials. They promised that a cutting-edge submarine would be built and armed with the latest missiles capable of evading any air defense systems, both existing and future ones, by the end of 2008. They have repeated this promise often and loudly enough to give the Russian public and Western politicians hearing problems. Failure to keep their word could cost them their high positions and ruin their hopes of climbing to the country's top post. This is why the Bulava has been put into production before the design stage was completed, and this is why they have again promised that the new sub will be delivered to the navy already armed with the new SLBM.

However, Masorin also hinted that not all of the new missile would go into production now, but only its blocks and stages that have proved their reliability during tests. When the trials of the Bulava-M are over and the missile receives the certificate of the state acceptance committee, they will be assembled at the Votkinsk machine tool works and supplied to the three new subs, as well as to the Dmitry Donskoi, a Project 941 Akula-class (Typhoon-class) submarine, which has been upgraded to a fourth generation submarine.

It carries 20 missile launchers, and if it is armed with the Bulava-M SLBMs, this will increase Russia's naval nuclear deterrence potential by 200 warheads.

Only, that is, if the Bulava-M missile survives the political race.

The opinions expressed in this article are the author's and do not necessarily represent those of RIA Novosti. CHECK OUT THE HEADLINE ON GEORGE BUSH AT THE TOP OF THIS LINK :: [link to en.rian.ru]
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ALABAMA (community info and maps)
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Gunter AFB (Montgomery), Maxwell AFB (Montgomery), Redstone Arsenal (Huntsville).
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Anniston, Birmingham, Selma, Mobile.
Tertiary:
Muscle Shoals, Gadsden, Childersburg, Tuscaloosa, Phenix City (Columbus GA.)

ALASKA (community info and maps)
Primary:
Warning Radar Network at Eielson AFB (Fairbanks), Elmensdorf AFB (Anchorage), Fort Richardson.
Secondary:
Adak Island, Shermya Island (space radar), Clear (BMEWS radar)
Tertiary: none

ARIZONA (community info and maps)
Primary:
Davis-Monthan AFB at Tucson (Titan missiles, area within a line con- necting Nogales, Cochise, Mammoth, Eloy, south to Mexican border), Luke AFB (Glendale), Marine Corps Air Station (Yuma), Williams AFB (Chandler), Yuma Proving Ground.
Secondary:
Gilbert, Perryville.
Tertiary:
Phoenix

ARKANSAS (community info and maps)
Primary:
Little Rock AFB (Titan missiles, area within a line connecting Shirley, Newport, Des Arc, Little Rock, Russellville, Nogo, back to Shirley), Blytheville AFB (SAC bombers).
Secondary:
Pine Bluff, West Memphis (Memphis Tenn.)
Tertiary:
Fort Smith, Texarkana, Little Rock

CALIFORNIA (community info and maps)
Primary:
Alameda NAS, Castle AFB (Merced), Beale AFB (Marysville), Edwards AFB (Kern), El Toro (Santa Ana), George AFB (Victoryville), Hamilton AFB (Marin), March AFB (Riverside), Mather AFB (SAC bombers, Sacramento), McClellan AFB (Sacramento), Miramar NAS (San Diego), Norton AFB (San Bernardino), Oxnard AFB Point Mugu (Point Hueneme), Travis AFB (Fairfield), Vandenberg AFB (Lompoc).
Secondary:
San Francisco (area within a line connecting Pt. Reyes Station, St Hel- ena, Antioch, Palo Alto, Redwood City, and along the coast to Pt. Reyes Station again), San Jose, El Centro, China Lake, Camp Pendleton, Fort Ord, Twentynine Palms, Lemoore, Portola, Los Angeles (area within a line connecting Malibu, Camarillo, Lake Arrowhead, Perris, Laguna, and along the coast to Malibu again), Oro Grande, Oceanside, San Diego, Lathrope, Santa Barbara, Oxnard, Ventura, Thousand Oaks, Mt. Laguna, Mill Valley.
Tertiary:
Bakersfield, Barstow, Banning, Gilroy, Milford, Modesto, Monterey, Mojave, Sacramento, Santa Rosa, Stockton, Salinas, Fresno, Ridgecrest, Lancaster, Wrightwood, Yermo, Victorville, Warner Springs.

COLORADO (community info and maps)
Primary:
Colorado Springs (NORAD HQ.), Warren AFB Complex (Minuteman missiles, area within a line connecting Grover, Briggsdale, Fort Morgan, Sedgwick, and along state line to Grover again), Fort Carson.
Secondary:
Denver, Pueblo
Tertiary:
Aurora, Boulder, Cheraw, Greeley, Pueblo-Boone area, Broomfield, Rocky Flats (targer is 10 miles west of Sedalia).

CONNECTICUT (community info and maps)
Primary:
Brookley Field, Groten-New London.
Secondary: none
Tertiary:
Bristol, Bridgeport, Danbury, Hartford, New Haven, Norwalk, Stamford.

DELAWARE (community info and maps)
Primary:
Dover AFB
Secondary: none
Tertiary:
Wilmington, Odessa, New Castle

FLORIDA (community info and maps)
Primary:
Cape Canaveral, Elgin AFB (Okalossa), Homestead AFB, Jacksonville NAS, Key West (Caribbean Joint Task Force), MacDill AFB (Tampa), Mayport (Jacksonville), Orlando AFB, Patrick AFB (Cocoa), St. Petersbutg NAS, Tyndall AFB (Panama City), McCoy AFB, Pensacola.
Secondary:
Miami.
Tertiary:
Port St. Joe, Tallahassee, Gainesville, Daytona Beach, Titusville, Sarasota, Ft. Myers, Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale.

GEORGIA (community info and maps)
Primary:
Warner-Robins AFB (SAC bombers, Macon), Dobbins AFB (Marietta), Fort Benning, Fort Stewart, King's Bay, Moody AFB, Atlanta.
Secondary:
Albany, Brunswick, Savannah.
Tertiary:
Augusta, Columbus, Stockbridge, Marietta.

HAWAII (community info and maps)
Primary:
Honolulu area (all of Oahu except Waimea-Kahuku area & Makapuu Point).
Secondary: none
Tertiary: none

IDAHO (community info and maps)
Primary:
Mountail Home AFB.
Secondary: none
*Tetiary:
Boise

ILLINOIS (community info and maps)
Primary:
Chanute AFB (Rantoul), Scott AFB (Military Airlift Command HQ.,Belleville).
Secondary:
Chicago, East St. Louis, Springfield.
Tertiary:
Alton, Aurora, Bloomington-Normal, Champaign, Decatur, East Dubuque, Des Plaines, Freeport, Rockford, Zion, Moline, Peoria, Joliet, Elgin.

INDIANA (community info and maps)
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Grissom AFB (Stratotankers, Peru).
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Crane, Jeffersonville (Louisville, Ky.)
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Anderson, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Gary, Elkhart, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Muncie, New Albany, South Bend, Terre Haute.

IOWA (community info and maps)
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Secondary:
Burlington, Sioux City.
Tertiary:
Cedar Rapids, Council Bluffs, Dubuque, Des Moines, Davenport, Waterloo.

KANSAS (community info and maps)
Primary:
McConnel AFB complex (Titan missiles, Stratotankers, area within a line connecting Eureka, Arlington, Attica, Caldwel, Arkansas City and back to Eureka again). Schilling AFB (Salina), Forbes AFB (Topeka).
Secondary:
Fort Riley, Olathe.
Tertiary:
Elwood (St. Joseph, MO.), Levenworth, Manhattan, Topeka, Kansas City, DeSoto.

KENTUCKY (community info and maps)
Primary: none
Secondary:
Fort Campell (Christian), Fort Knox (Harkin), Louisville, Richmond.
Tertiary:
Covinton (Cincinnati, OH.), Henderson (Evansville IN.), Owensboro, Paducah.

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Barksdale AFB (SAC bombers, Shreveport), England AFB (Alexandria).
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Fort Polk (Leesvile), New Orleans.
Tertiary:
Baton Rouge, Sterlington, Monroe, Lade Charles, Lafayette, New Iberia.

MAINE (community info and maps)
Primary:
Loring AFB, Kittery (Pease AFB at Portsmouth, NH.).
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Brunswick, Charleston, Franklin.
Tertiary:
Auburn, Bangor, Portland.

MARYLAND (community info and maps)
Primary:
Washington D.C., Camp David-Mt. Weather complex (Presidential survival and command post), Andrews AFB, Fort George Meade, Aberdeen Proving Ground.
*Seconary:
Baltimore-Washington D.C. area (everything within a line connecting Gaithersburg, Reisterstown, Bel Air, Aberdeen, Rock Hall, Annapolis, La Plata, Riverside and the Virginia state line)
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Lexington Park, Wheaton.

MASSACHUSETTS (community info and maps)
Primary:
Fall River, Fort Devin (Hyer), Otis AFB (Buzzards Bay), Westover AFB (area of Holyoke).
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Boston, Springfield-Chicopee-Holyoke area.
Tertiary:
Fitchberg, Nantucket, New Bedford, Pawtucket (Providence, RI.) Lowell, Worcester.

MICHIGAN (community info and maps)
Primary:
Sawyer AFB (SAC bombers, Gwinn), Xinchelee AFB (SAC bombers, Sault Ste. Marie), Selfridge AFB (Mt. Clemens), Wurtsmith AFB (SAC bombers).
Secondary:
Detroit (area within a line connecting Pontiac, Ann Arbor, and Monroe east to state line).
Tertiary:
Alpens, Bay City, Battle Creek, Benton Harbor, Escanaba, Sault St. Marie, Midland, Saginaw, Muskegan, Flint area, Grand Rapids, Port Huron, St. Claire, Lansing, Kalamazoo, Jackson.

MINNESOTA (community info and maps)
Primary: none
Secondary:
Minneapolis-St. Paul, Duluth.
*Teriary:
Anoke, Forest Lake, Rochester.

MISSISSIPPI (community info and maps)
Primary:
Columbus AFB.
Secondary:
Biloxi, Gulfport, Meridian.
Tertiary:
Jackson, Meridian Station, Pascagoula.

MISSOURI (community info and maps)
Primary:
Whiteman AFB complex ( Minuteman missiles, area within a line connecting Freeman, Richmond, Arrow Rock, California, Gravois Mills, Osceola, Stockton, Sheldon, Rich Hill, west to state line to Freeman again).
Secondary:
St. Louis, Kansas City, Fort Leonard Wood.
Tertiary:
Columbia, Springfield, St. Joseph.

MONTANA (community info and maps)
Primary:
Glascow AFB, Malmstrom AFB complex (Minuteman missiles, all area within a line connecting Devon, Highwood, a point 10 miles north of Winifred, Winnett, Melville, Neihart, Wolf Creek, Augusta, Ethridge, and back to Levon).
Secondary: none
Tertiary:
Butte, Billings, Helena, Missoula.

NEBRASKA (community info and maps)
Primary:
Warren AFB complex (Minuteman missiles, all area southwest of a line connecting Henry, Oshkosh, and Chappell, to state line), Omaha (Offut AFB, SAC Headquarters).
Secondary: none
Tertiary:
Dakota City (Sioux City, IA.), Lincoln.

NEVADA (community info and maps)
Primary:
Nellis AFB (Las Vegas).
Secondary:
Hawthorne.
Tertiary:
Fallon, Reno.

NEW HAMPSHIRE (community info and maps)
Primary:
Pease AFB (SAC bombers, Portsmouth), Portsmouth Harbor.
Secondary: none
Tertiary:
Manchester, Nashua (and everything within 20 miles of Lowell, MA.).

NEW JERSEY (community info and maps)
Primary:
Fort Dix-McGuire AFB complex (Trenton-Wrightstown), Lakehurst NAS, Fort Monmouth, Perth Amboy.
Secondary:
McKee City, Philadelphia (area within 10 mjles of the Delaware River from Pennsville to Cherry Hill and within 15 miles of the river from Cherry Hill to Trenton), Rockaway (area east of a line from Franklin to Somerville to the state line), Trenton.
Tertiary:
Colt's Neck, Lakehurst, Long Branch, Middletown, Millville.

NEW MEXICO (community info and maps)
Primary:
Alamagordo, Cannon AFB (also area east to state line), Kirtland AFB, Walker AFB (Roswell), White Sands (Las Cruces).
Secondary:
Albuquerque.
Tertiary:
Gallup.

NEW YORK (community info and maps)
Primary:
Griffiss AFB (SAC bombers, Utica-Rome), Plattsburgh AFB (SAC bombers), Stewart AFB (Newburgh).
Secondary:
New York City area (all south of Stony Point and west of Stony Brook to state line), Buffalo, Syracuse, Watervliet.
Tertiary:
Albany, Binghamton, Brookshaven (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Schenectady, Troy, Rochester.

NORTH CAROLINA (community info and maps)
Primary:
Cherry Point (Havelock), Pope AFB (Fayetteville), Seymour-Johnson AFB (SAC bombers, Goldsboro).
Secondary:
Camp Lejeune, Fort Bragg (Fayetteville), Southport, Jacksonville-Midway Park area, Fort Fisher.
Tertiary:
Asheville (south to Henersonville), Carolina Beach, Charlotte, Durham, Graham, Greensboro, Morrisville, Raleigh, Wilmington, Winston-Salem.

NORTH DAKOTA (community info and maps)
Primary:
Grand Forks AFB complex (Minuteman missiles, area within a line con- necting Wahalla, Grand Forks, Tower City, Valley City, Devil's Lake, Sarles and the Canadian border), Minot AFB complex (Minuteman missiles, an area within a line connecting Westhope, Eckman, Minot, a point 15 miles south of Towner, Harvey, Mercer, a point 10 miles north of Beulah, Tioga, Portal, and the Canadian border. Danger area extends 10 miles into Canada between Sarles and Wahalla, and between Portal and Westhope).
Secondary: none
Tertiary:
Grand Forks, Fargo.

OHIO (community info and maps)
Primary:
Lockbourne AFB (Rickenbacker AFB on some maps), Wright-Patterson AFB.
Secondary:
Cleveland, Youngstown-Warren area.
Tertiary:
Akron, Bellaire, Canton, Columbia, Dayton, Lima, Mansfield, Middletown, Miamisberg, Springfield, Steubenville, Windham, Toledo, Vandalia.

OKLAHOMA (community info and maps)
Primary:
Altus AFB, Clinton-Sherman AFB (Custer), Tinker AFB (Oklahoma City), Vance AFB (Enid).
Secondary:
Fort Sill (Lawton).
Tertiary:
El Reno, Tulsa, 10 miles southeast of McAlester, Oklahoma City.

OREGON (community info and maps)
Primary:
Adair AFB (Mulheur).
Secondary:
Portland, Mt. Hebo.
Tertiary:
Canby, Eugene, Klamath Falls, Madras, Salem.

PENNSYLVANIA (community info and maps)
Primary: none
Secondary:
Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Scranton, Willow Grove.
Tertiary:
Allentown, Altoona, Beaver, Bethlehem, Chester, Erie, Harrisburg, York, Johnstown, Lancaster, Natrona Heights, Mechanicsburg, Reading, Waynesboro.

RHODE ISLAND (community info and maps)
Primary: none
Secondary:
Newport, Quonset Point.
Tertiary:
Providence, Westerly.

SOUTH CAROLINA (community info and maps)
Primary:
Charleston complex (submarine base, area east of Summerville between Goose Creek and Folly Beach), Myrtle Beach AFB, Shaw AFB.
Secondary:
Parris Island Marine Base.
Tertiary:
Aiken, Columbia, Greenville, Greer, Hardeeville (Savannah, Georgia), North Augusta.

SOUTH DAKOTA (community info and maps)
Primary:
Ellsworth AFB complex (Minuteman missiles, SAC bombers, entire area within a line connecting Albion, Montana to a point 10 miles north of Faith, Midland, point 10 miles south of Velvidere, Scenic, Sturgis, Spearfish, and along state line to Albion again).
Secondary: none
Tertiary:
Rapid City, Sioux Falls.

TENNESSEE (community info and maps)
Primary: none
Secondary:
Oak Ridge National Laboratory (Anderson), Memphis.
Tertiary:
Alcoa, Bristol, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Nashville, Signal Mountain.

TEXAS (community info and maps)
Primary:
Bergstrom AFB (Austin), Brooks AFB (San Antonio), Carswell AFB (SAC bombers, Fort Worth), Dyess AFB (SAC bombers, Abilene), Goodfellow AFB (San Angelo), Kelly-Lackland AFB (San Antonio), Laredo AFB, Laughlin AFB (Del Rio), Randolf AFB (Universal City), Reese AFB (Lubbock), Sheppard AFB (Wichita Falls), Webb AFB (Big Spring).
Secondary:
Beeville, Corpus Christi, Fort Bliss (El Paso), Fort Hood (Killeen), Houston, Kingsville, Sherman-Dennison, Texarkana.
Tertiary:
Alice, Beaumont, Brownsville, Bryan, Caddo Lake, Dallas, Freeport, Galveston, Harlington, Lake Jackson, Longview, McAllen, Midland, Odessa, Tyler, Waco.

UTAH (community info and maps)
Primary:
Hill AFB (Ogden).
Secondary:
Dugway Proving Ground (Chemical Warfare Center, Tooele).
Tertiary:
Salt Lake City, Orem-Provo.

VERMONT (community info and maps)
Primary: none
Secondary:
Tertiary:
Burlington.

VIRGINIA (community info and maps)
Primary:
Leadership bomb and fallout shelter (Mount Weather) Berryville, Washington D.C. area (see Maryland), Cape Charles AFB, Dulles Inter-national Airport, Langley AFB (Hampton), Norfolk-Portsmouth, Oceana NAS (Virginia Beach).
Secondary:
Richmond, Newport News, Mt. Vernon, Radford.
Tertiary:
Blackstone, Chincoteague, Ft. Eustis, Hopewell, Lynchberg, Manassas, Petersburg, Guantico, Roanoke, Yorktown.

WASHINGTON (community info and maps)
Primary:
Bremerton (submarine base), Fairchild AFB (SAC bombers, Spokane), McChord AFB (Tacoma).
Secondary:
Everett, Oak Harbor, Richland (Hanford reactor and storage complex), Seattle (naval complex, Tacoma (Ft. Lewis), Walla-Walla.
Tertiary:
Copalis Beach, Spokane, Vancouver.

WEST VIRGINIA (community info and maps)
Primary:
Leadership bomb and fallout shelter (Greenbrier Resort) White Sulphur Springs.
Secondary: none
Tertiary:
Charleston, Cedar Grove, Huntington, Wheeling (area north of Moundsville).

WISCONSIN (community info and maps)
Primary: none
Secondary:
Madison.
Tertiary:
Appletonc Eau Claire, Green Bay, Kenosha, Miquon, Milwaukee, Onalaska, Oshkosh, Racine, Superior, Waukesha.

WYOMING (community info and maps)

Primary: Warren AFB (Minuteman missiles, area within a line connecting Cheyenne, Federal, point 10 miles northwest of Wheatland, Guernsey, and along the state line to Cheyenne again).
Secondary: none
Tertiary:
Casper.

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