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More than half of Putin’s nuclear missiles ‘do not work’ as they have a failure rate of 60%

25th May 22 12:47 pm

Vladimir Putin has once again been humiliated as more than half of his nuclear weapons which are capable of turning continents into ash “do not work.”

Between late February and the end of March Russia launched more than 1,100 missiles, three US officials told Reuters that Russian officials are seeing a failure rate of 60%.

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Russia’s head of Roscosmos Dmitry Rogozin has recently claimed that their new Sarmat 2 nuclear missiles have the capability of destroying “half a continent.”

Last month Russia test launched the Sarmat Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) to project covert power warning to the world.

The Russian Strategic Missile Force Commander Col. Gen. Sergei Karakev told the Zvezda TV channel, “Due to the power-to-weight ratio of the new missile system, the trajectory can change.

“From our notorious trajectory through the North Pole, if necessary, it is possible to lay a trajectory through the South Pole, which, in principle, is not protected today.

“And there are also possibilities for other trajectories – in terms of the possibility of launching into outer space.”

He then warned that NATO and it’s allies that it is virtually impossible to intercept the Sarmat as it contains up to 15 separate warheads with decoys.

General Karakaeev added, “Today, they say that air defense does not exist for the Sarmat missile system, and it probably will not exist in the coming decades.”

Each of the 15 nuclear missiles are capable of striking targets at vast ranges and have a variety of flight paths, and the Russian Defence Ministry claims the Sarmat can defeat any present or future missile defence system which makes them the most powerful in the world and should not be underestimated.

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