British readers enthusiastically commented on Russia's launch of the Bulava rocket

The British daily newspaper Daily Mail (Daily Mail) reported to its readers the details of launching the Bulava ballistic missile from the Russian strategic nuclear submarine K-549 Prince Vladimir (modernized project Borey-A 955A (09552)) . The publication of the material caused a serious response from the readership, which is reflected in the comments left.




Why not arm Russia? It is surrounded by NATO and US missiles.

- Logically noted Headofficelaky.

After Yeltsin, Russia has to re-develop its submarine missile Technology 1980s. We should not gloat, as Britain, the leader in nuclear energy, no longer has the experience to create such weapons

- said Peter sadly.

Glad I am four thousand miles (about 6,5 thousand km. - ed.) From this place

- expressed the opinion of fairtoall.

It should be clarified that many readers sincerely regret that such weapons exist at all.

It has always amazed me how much time, effort and resources we humans spend on destroying each other, as well as the places in which we live

- stated Bol.

It really doesn't matter how good the new weapons are. Old is more than enough to end us all

- stressed BangBangGear.

For clarity, it is necessary to add that the R-30 Bulava-30 (NATO classification SS-N-30) is a Russian solid-fuel ballistic missile of the D-30 complex, specially designed for deployment on submarines. This three-stage rocket can fly more than 8 thousand km. and carry up to ten nuclear warheads.
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  1. Arkharov Offline
    Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 31 October 2019 11: 27
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    The authors lack the intelligence to feel the complete nonsense in the title of the article?
  2. boriz Online
    boriz (boriz) 1 November 2019 17: 57
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    And I have no enthusiasm. In 1998 it was decided to stop the Bark project in favor of the Mace. As usual, Muscovites squeezed the order from the provincials. They threw the project, ready for 75%, and started from scratch. Spent a lot of time and money, and got a rocket with dubious reliability and unable to launch through the ice. Bark could start through the ice at 2,5 meters. In this video you can see that the start is from clean water.



    Do we have submarines in the Mediterranean based? Or is it normal that, after a command to attack, the boat will look for half a day in the open or float through the ice so that it is destroyed before the start?
    Are you thrilled?