Mad Vlad has test fired a giant “heavy” intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) which is more than capable of hitting the US and Europe which is nicknamed as “The Satan.”
Vladimir Putin fired the “heavy ICBM missile” in a stark warning to countries who “threaten” Russia to “think.”
“The missile will be a nightmare for those who try to threaten Russia. It will be food for thought,” he added.
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However a statement from state media said the Russia government had fired nuclear capable missile in a series of planned tests, which was launched from Plesetsk Cosmodrome in Arkhangelsk.
The ICBM is also known as the RS-28 which is can deliver up to 15 warheads which can all be aimed at different targets and Putin warned, this missile has “no analogues,” meaning that no one else in the world has such capability.
Its expert analysis of the weapon read: ‘The missile is 35.3 meters long and 3 meters in diameter.
“Designated a ‘heavy’ ICBM,the Sarmat can carry a 10 ton payload and can load a wide variety of warhead options.
“According to Russian media, Sarmat can reportedly load up to 10 large warheads, 16 smaller ones, a combination of warheads and countermeasures, or hypersonic boost-glide vehicles.”
The Russian Defence Ministry warned the West that “the new missile is capable of hitting targets at long ranges using various flight paths” which “has unique characteristics that allow it to reliably overcome any existing and future anti-missile defence systems.”
Russian state media said the “training warheads” were fired “‘in a given area at the Kura training ground on the Kamchatka Peninsula,” which is far east of Russia by the Pacific Ocean.