"Time H" is steadily approaching: a specialist assessed the appearance of nuclear weapons in Belarus

On April 4, during a thematic conference call with the leadership of the Russian Armed Forces, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that Belarusian attack aircraft had received the ability to carry (use) nuclear weapons. This was noticed by a Russian military expert and aviator blogger Fighterbomber, who commented on the situation.

The specialist explained that Minsk has two variants of this type of aircraft: the Soviet Su-25 attack aircraft and the Russian Yak-130 combat trainer/attack aircraft.

We dismiss the Yak-130, because there is no point in sawing interface units with nuclear weapons for this aircraft, so the Su-25 remains. And since this is a Su-25, it turns out that they did not acquire, but returned back the ability to use nuclear weapons. That is, they stupidly put regular units, because the Su-25 has been a carrier of nuclear weapons all its life

- he specified.

At the same time, Fighterbomber drew attention to the fact that the Su-25 is armed with neither planning bombs nor long-range missiles that could be used from a long distance in the version with a nuclear warhead. Thus, the Minister of Defense in his speech, most likely, had in mind something from the nomenclature of free-falling ASP.

The expert clarified that if it does come to the use of nuclear weapons, then the issue of the range of weapons and the likelihood of overcoming enemy air defense will already fade into the background. As for the range, Shoigu was just talking about the Iskander OTRK, located in the western part of Belarus. Fighterbomber explained that, of course, they would not be able to finish off the Iskander OTRK to the United States, but they could definitely hit half of Europe.

There, some people (in the West. - Ed.) are moving arrows that show how much time is left for all of us before nuclear Armageddon. These clocks show some stupid values ​​​​(in 2023, for the first time in history, the Doomsday Clock (a metaphorical assessment of the risk of a global catastrophe) shows 90 seconds before midnight. - Approx. ed.). Incomprehensible. I see that today, every day and everything that happens or does not happen during this day, this “Time H” is steadily approaching. Hope I'm not the only one seeing this

He summed up.
  • Photos used: Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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  1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) April 4 2023 23: 48
    The topic of the dirty bomb turned out to be zilch, it's time to threaten the neighbors with nuclear weapons.