Russia Ramp Up WW3 Weapon Production! Hypersonic Stealth Bomber Underway
It is a battle for military supremacy and it looks like Russia wants to get one up against the US. According to new reports, Moscow is planning on building a new PAK-DA stealth bomber in line with the revived production of the Tupolev Tu-160 Blackjack supersonic strategic bomber. Will Russia’s new missiles be a threat to the United States?Advertisement
Moscow is reportedly looking into the production of its new PAK-DA stealth bomber. This is on top of the revived production of the Tupolev Tu-160 Blackjack supersonic strategic bomber.
“We certainly are not going to stop the work on the development of PAK-DA,” said Yuri Borisov, Russia’s deputy defense minister via TASS.
“Tu-160M2 – is an aircraft with new capabilities and flight and life characteristics. Its tactical employment level is considerably higher than that of its ancestor. All the innovations appearing at present should be embodied in the next model, which will replace the Tu-160,” added Borisov previously.
On top of this, the PAK-DA will potentially include technologies that are also expected to come with the Tu-160M2 variant. This goes along the same principles that were followed for the Su-35S Flanker-E and the Sukhoi PAK-FA fifth-generation fighter project.
More importantly, National Interest said that the PAK-DA is a move away from the usual Russian and Soviet bombers. This time, it appears that the focus is more on the delivery of the payloads via speed and long-range cruise missiles.
Previously, American officials cited Russia’s progressing military capabilities and “supposed” aggression as a threat to US securities. The two countries have been butting heads in Syria and Europe, more recently in the Baltic Sea.
The US condemned Russia’s “aggressive” maneuver over the region.
“They don’t want to take on the U.S. in an outright military confrontation, but the way I read this body language of theirs, they are not just going to stand by and watch it, they are going to make it difficult,” said Eugene Rumer – an official of the Washington think tank Russia and Eurasia Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – over the incident.
“They will use the entire toolkit they have, and harassment is part of the arsenal.”