US Response: The P-500's “Easy Machine Movement” Will Be Turned Into the BRDS

A month ago, the INF Treaty completely exhausted itself, for decades defining the contours of international security. The initiators of its termination were the United States, intending to again impose Russia, and now China, with its medium and shorter range missiles. It is possible that not only in Brussels, but also in Washington itself, they will still regret this decision, because Moscow, as well as Beijing, will have something to respond to the threat.




In 1987, Soviet troops were still stationed in Germany, so medium-range ballistic missiles (medium-range ballistic missiles) and shorter-range (BRMD) missiles posed a real threat to NATO. Under Gorbachev, the USSR was not only bound by treaty, but the missiles themselves were thrown “under the knife” by the thousands. After 1991, our border moved sharply to the East, and only from the Kaliningrad region could the Iskander's closest neighbors be somehow threatened under the existing restrictions.

Do not be surprised that both parties to the agreement were looking for ways to carefully circumvent it. The United States was tricky with "target missiles" and missile defense systems in Europe, unified for launching not only anti-ballistic missiles, but also strike cruise missiles, for example, the Tomahawks. But the Russian Defense Ministry did not sit idle, looking at the Americans.

"Gauges"


Since the INF Treaty did not limit the deployment of cruise missiles on military vessels, a bet was made on their naval versions. The domestic military-industrial complex has developed several versions of the Caliber, X-55 and X-101/102 missiles. Especially for them, small Buyan-M missile ships were created, which successfully demonstrated their power by striking at militants in Syria. "Gauges" were launched from the Caspian Sea and hit targets, flying 1500 kilometers.

Available technological the reserve can be used to increase their range to 4500-5000 kilometers. Such a flight range is enough to “convey greetings” to both the United Kingdom and even the United States when launched from the Far East or the Arctic. More importantly, the developer of the Novator design bureau will transfer them from the offshore platform to the chassis without any problems. Further, all questions will only be about production facilities, how many “Caliber” and how quickly it will be possible to put on combat duty.

9М729


This Russian missile became a formal reason for the US to withdraw from the treaty. Strictly speaking, Moscow did not violate the INF Treaty, since its flight range did not exceed 500 kilometers. But, frankly, the Americans were worried not in vain.

According to experts, the cruise missile has a lot in common with the marine version of the "Caliber". Our craftsmen from the military-industrial complex laid in it the constructive possibility of a radical increase in flight range due to the simple extension of the hull and a larger fuel tank. With the “easy movement" of the machine, a Russian rocket turns into a killer, finishing off at a distance of 1500 kilometers. Mounted on the Iskander, 9M729 can be placed on the western and eastern borders of the country. And again, “warm greetings” to the British and Americans.

Perhaps it’s worth expressing gratitude to our defenders that they didn’t cool down all this time, while the United States “fined” with the INF Treaty, and worked out options for a “rainy day,” which finally came. But Russia now has its own answer. Without a doubt, China will not be indebted if the Pentagon places its missiles in South Korea. Instead of just one “Russian threat”, Washington will automatically get another “Chinese one”.
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  1. Syoma_67 Offline
    Syoma_67 (Semyon) 28 September 2019 09: 59
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    This Russian missile became a formal reason for the US to withdraw from the treaty. Strictly speaking, Moscow did not violate the INF Treaty, since its flight range did not exceed 500 kilometers.

    Our craftsmen from the military-industrial complex laid in it the constructive possibility of a radical increase in the flight range, reaching at a distance of 1500 kilometers.

    Interestingly, did the author understand what he wrote? That is, based on this article, Russia still violated the INF Treaty.
    1. akarfoxhound Offline
      akarfoxhound 28 September 2019 11: 41
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      But the Tomahawks, which have the practical ability to already be installed in missile defense systems today, have not violated the INF Treaty in Poland and Romania. laughing
    2. Joe Cook Offline
      Joe Cook (Joe Cook) 28 September 2019 17: 16
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      I would like to hear your opinion in the news "Hissing like snakes." Or are you not interested there?
    3. mister-red Offline
      mister-red 28 September 2019 21: 52
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      A violation is to have a rocket ready for such a range. For example, the United States has targets for missile defense systems with a range of more than 500 km. But the contract does not violate the modernization potential.
    4. 123 Offline
      123 (123) 29 September 2019 01: 14
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      Our craftsmen from the military-industrial complex laid in it the constructive possibility of a radical increase in flight range due to the simple extension of the hull and a larger fuel tank.

      No breach of contract. It simply provides the possibility of producing another modification of the rocket with a greater range.
      1. Sake Offline
        Sake (Sake) 30 September 2019 13: 20
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        And the other day, Lavrov asked our partners to return to the state before the US withdraws from the treaty (this suggests that the game in “frantic Ivan” did not pass!). But the United States said - back to the framework of the INF Treaty, with the elimination of finished copies, i.e. their disposal in the presence of observers ... they said, don’t have to talk and fool, the time will come and you will ask back, within the framework of the contract, but in the Kremlin, having bit a bit, rushed off to the cliff! And here on you ... they gave the back!
    5. Nick Offline
      Nick (Nikolai) 2 October 2019 00: 00
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      Quote: Syoma_67
      Interestingly, did the author understand what he wrote? That is, based on this article, Russia still violated the INF Treaty.

      You yourself did not understand what you wrote. The flight range does not exceed the allowed 500 km.
      The author claims only that it is possible to upgrade this missile to the level of RSD. So far, Russia has not made such a missile, and therefore does not violate the INF Treaty. Is it clear?
  2. Marzhecki Offline
    Marzhecki (Sergei) 28 September 2019 10: 12
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    Quote: Syoma_67
    "This Russian missile became a formal reason for the US to withdraw from the treaty. Strictly speaking, Moscow did not violate the INF Treaty because its flight range did not exceed 500 kilometers;" "Our craftsmen from the military-industrial complex laid in it the constructive possibility of a radical increase in the flight range, reaching at a distance of 1500 kilometers."
    Interestingly, did the author understand what he wrote? That is, based on this article, Russia still violated the INF Treaty.

    The author perfectly understood what he wrote. The rocket made did NOT violate the contract.
    In itself, the possibility of its modernization was not a violation of the contract.
    The contract would be violated if the missiles with a range higher than the INF Treaty were installed, were built and put on the chassis. But this was NOT done.
    1. Sake Offline
      Sake (Sake) 30 September 2019 13: 22
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      It was done, no need to lie! The first divisions were deployed in the KO.
    2. Leonid Khazanov Offline
      Leonid Khazanov (Leonid Khazanov) 15 October 2019 09: 16
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      This missile has the possibility of modernization at a distance of 1500 km. This is undoubtedly conceived for domestic political games, and the Americans guessed.
  3. Marzhecki Offline
    Marzhecki (Sergei) 28 September 2019 12: 21
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    Quote: akarfoxhound
    But the Tomahawks, which have the practical ability to already be installed in missile defense systems today, have not violated the INF Treaty in Poland and Romania. laughing

    A person simply adheres to pro-Western liberal views, according to which, Russia is always wrong.
    1. Sake Offline
      Sake (Sake) 30 September 2019 13: 31
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      Do not be so-called "liberal" in order to understand that the entire foreign and domestic policy of the USSR, and now the Russian Federation, is based on lies, theft, boasting or show-offs of the Leader, threats of aggression and aggression itself! Nothing has changed for the better in 80 years, the regime is degrading and becoming less and less adequate! One can only hope that he will go to Hell before he promised the whole country!
      1. Ehanatone Offline
        Ehanatone 30 September 2019 22: 30
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        One can only hope that he will go to Hell before he promised the whole country!

        Oh, already the foam from the mouth has gone! laughing
        1. Nick Offline
          Nick (Nikolai) 2 October 2019 00: 05
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          Quote: Ehanatone
          One can only hope that he will go to Hell before he promised the whole country!

          Oh, already the foam from the mouth has gone! laughing

          This is his mental. The usual thing. Never mind. Well, yes, she doesn’t jump out of the window shouting “Russians are coming.”
  4. bobba94 Offline
    bobba94 (Vladimir) 29 September 2019 20: 41
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    After the termination of the contract, the United States and Russia breathed a sigh of relief, because the situation began to become quite ridiculous. At the time of the conclusion of the treaty, these missiles were only available to the USSR and the USA. Now the 30st century is in the yard, and such missiles are made by XNUMX countries, at least.