In 2020, Russia will utilize two ICBM RS-20V Voevoda

In 2020, Russia will utilize two ICBM RS-20V Voevoda

In Russia, this year two intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) of the RS-20V Voevoda will be disposed of. The disposal will be carried out by the Ground-based Space Infrastructure Operation Center (FSUE TsENKI).


76,7 million rubles were allocated for the utilization of two missiles. According to the contract, TsENKI must dispose of two R-30M36 ICBM warheads by November 2 of this year, the project code is Voivode (NATO - Satan).

Currently, both missiles, weighing 52 tons each, are stored in one of the units in the Urals. Their delivery to the disposal site will be carried out in transport and launch containers. At the enterprise, the missiles are neutralized and dismantled. Some of the materials obtained during disposal will be sold, some of the illiquid assets will be destroyed.

According to the TsENKI experts, from each Voevoda ICBM they receive more than 1,2 kg of gold, almost 19 kilograms of silver, 54,5 grams of platinum, almost 20 tons of non-ferrous metals and about 6 tons of ferrous metals during disassembly. Rubber products, fiberglass and other materials are approximately 26 tons. They are designed for recycling and final disposal.

It is noted that the elimination of missiles and transport and launch containers will take place in accordance with the procedures provided for in the START Treaty concluded between Russia and the United States. In accordance with the requirements of the agreement, a notice of disposal of the two ICBMs will be sent to Washington.
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  1. Thrifty 5 March 2020 14: 56 New
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    What for? Is there extra money in the budget? Use them properly - like satellite carriers, to disperse hypersonic counterparts, for missile defense training! Cutting them is the last thing!
    1. Evdokim 5 March 2020 14: 59 New
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      Quote: Thrifty
      Use them properly - like satellite carriers, to disperse hypersonic counterparts, for missile defense training! Cutting them is the last thing!

      Maybe they are completely bad, and not suitable for this. hi
      1. Malyuta 5 March 2020 15: 24 New
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        Quote: Thrifty
        Use them properly - like satellite carriers, to disperse hypersonic counterparts, for missile defense training! Cutting them is the last thing!

        Quote: Evdokim
        Maybe they’re totally bad, and they’re not good for it.

        The fact is that the states more than anything in the world are afraid of our “Satan”, and it is precisely our leaders who, for our money, will free the Zaluzhin people from their fears.
        Oil painting, however.
        And the second aspect in this story, what will they put on combat duty instead of these two missiles?
        1. Sarmat Sanych 5 March 2020 15: 35 New
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          Malyuta, do not panic, so far only 2 missiles are being launched, and we have more than four dozen of them. Plus hypersonic Vanguards of 2 megatons each are now being introduced; they are not intercepted at all. In a couple of years, the Sarmatians will go for 8 mt and 16 thousand km (they even wrote 36000) km, so we will shoot as we get it. Yes, and “Boreas” with Yars “next are being built, Tu-160 will be modernized.
          1. Malyuta 5 March 2020 16: 20 New
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            Quote: Sarmat Sanych
            Malyuta, do not panic, only 2 missiles are being withdrawn

            And I'm not a panicist, it's not peculiar to me, I'm a pragmatist. And based on the fact that they have been lying to me for 30 years, I can conclude that everything is not as kind as you write, and the terms of everything and everything are shifting to the right .. Another important fact is that they sit in the country's leadership people with dual citizenship, I will not specify, but these are potential agents, and hypothetically it can be assumed that when they leave, and sooner or later this happens, we can be left without retaliation weapons.
            1. Sarmat Sanych 5 March 2020 16: 29 New
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              What nafig "second citizenship", for 10 years it is prohibited by law. Malyuta, stop the hackneyed whining with a set of stamps, even though you change the manuals a little, the same thing 6 children in a row, and exactly like in Khokhlolaughing. And remember, the nuclear potential of Russia over the past 15 years has increased and updated by 70%, it is now more powerful and efficient than the total nuclear potential of ALL NATO countries. And if we add that Russia is the only one on Earth that has hypersonic weapons, has put into service laser weapons, and nuclear-powered missiles of unlimited range and nuclear underwater drones are being prepared for entry - then we did not have such a military advantage over the rest of the world (with 15 republics, 2 times more population and resources). Russia regained the status of a military and geopolitical superpower alone without "fraternal republics", suffer after that)
              1. Malyuta 5 March 2020 16: 52 New
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                Quote: Sarmat Sanych
                What nafig "second citizenship", for 10 years it is prohibited by law.

                Well, yes, well, yes ..., probably, someone forgot and again introduces into the constitution laughing
                Quote: Sarmat Sanych
                And remember, the nuclear potential of Russia over the past 15 years has increased and updated by 70%, it is now more powerful and efficient than the total nuclear potential of ALL NATO countries. And if you add that Russia is the only one on Earth that has hypersonic weapons

                Wow .... Troll-cook is Prigozhensky? Do you have Avanets when?
                You do this work, don’t go fishing, but I’m so easy to check, it turned out I guessed good laughing
                1. Sergey Averchenkov 5 March 2020 18: 10 New
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                  Who are you? Che name-calling something? You argue with facts, facts. The rest is all sophistry. And this ... I just don’t need here about retirement and requisitions - the conversation was about nuclear potential.
                  1. Malyuta 5 March 2020 20: 12 New
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                    Quote: Sergey Averchenkov
                    Who are you? Che name-calling something? You argue with facts, facts. The rest is all sophistry

                    Do you have a shift change there, or what?
                    Here is the fact: “Two Satans are being sawed!” What other facts do you need?
                    Quote: Sergey Averchenkov
                    And this ... just don’t need me here about retirement and requisitions - the conversation was about nuclear potential

                    But in the course of the play you don’t need anything at all, since you don’t know how to read, or play the fool and invent. There was nothing here about "pesionnaya and requisitions"
                    1. Sergey Averchenkov 5 March 2020 21: 26 New
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                      We have? Well, yes, shift change. All? Or will you call names? You know, name-calling indicates that your position is weak and you have nothing to answer. This time. Secondly, he answered you that the nuclear potential has grown and updated by 70% ... etc. you can read it yourself. And you call names ... Oh, probably weak? Thirdly, in almost any topic about Russia, no matter what the conversation is about, after the first few messages a message appears about pension reform, etc. Read for yourself, analyze. So I just warned you not to rub the keyboard in vain.
                    2. Sarmat Sanych 5 March 2020 23: 55 New
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                      Malyuta, bulkhead, you even repeat the monkey’s sayings exactly like a horsesmile. Hare is already scorching, calm down, better read the news, in January of this year two “Vanguards” of 2 megatons were put into operation, a fourth “Northwind” will be commissioned in a month, and the year has just begun.
                2. Sarmat Sanych 5 March 2020 22: 56 New
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                  Malyuta, you see the saucepan - the site made a mistake, it won’t work here. Understand that you are now in the circus arena and everyone laughs at youlaughing?
              2. Souchastnik 5 March 2020 17: 19 New
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                And remember, Russia's nuclear potential over the past 15 years has increased and updated by 70% ...

                How is Stanislavsky? Fresh food, yes ... hard to believe. Could discuss on certain issues, but oh well.
                1. Sarmat Sanych 5 March 2020 23: 04 New
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                  Souchastnik, discuss what, OBJECTIVE FACTS? Information is open if anything, no one canceled the START-3, reports are also being sent to the UN, so Russia in fact now globally dominates nuclear weapons. But Matrasia has the youngest “minutemans” 47 years old, the youngest “tridents” 29 years old, the newest “Ohio” thirty, in recent years all this has a lot of failures, unsuccessful launches, permanent repairs of half of the boats, W88 have not been completed, plutonium there’s nothing to overtake the campaign on, therefore small charges of 5 ct each charge. Shorter disgrace. The same tramp and the Britons with their four boats, and the M51 paddles are still not on combat duty. More Western Gop Companies Have No Nichelaughing. And now compare with the huge Russian nuclear potential.
              3. Zoldat_A 5 March 2020 17: 36 New
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                Quote: Sarmat Sanych
                What nafig "second citizenship", for 10 years it is prohibited by law.


                Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov holds French citizenship.
                Peskov’s current wife, Tatyana Navka, has US citizenship.
                The children of Peskov - Nicky, Elizabeth, Mika and Denis - are British citizens. For Nicky (Nikolai), Miki (Michael) and Denis (Daniel), the main spoken language is English. For Elizabeth, French.
                The common daughter of Peskov and Navka - Nadezhda - has (except Russian) citizenship of the United States and France.

                So whose is he, Peskov, spokesperson?

                And this is only one. And how many of them - and do not count ...

                Was the old man Brzezinski right (his land was glassy)
                Russia may have as many nuclear suitcases as you like, but since $ 500 billion of the Russian elite lies with our banks, you still have to figure out whose elite it is. Yours or already ours?
                1. Malyuta 5 March 2020 20: 05 New
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                  Quote: Zoldat_A
                  Was the old man Brzezinski right (the land was glassy for him) Russia could have as many nuclear cases as possible, but since 500 billion dollars of the Russian elite is in our banks, you can figure out whose elite it is. Yours or already ours?

                  I must admit with bitterness that he is most likely right.
                2. Sarmat Sanych 5 March 2020 23: 23 New
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                  Zoldat_A, guys, when you already stop tales from social networks to repeatsmile? One blockhead like Lechaim Karnavalny blurted out at the State Department training manual - and they all smashed like asses. Who told you that Peskov has French citizenship, an uncle on the Internet? So there was no mention of the Bridge either that Syria would become the second Afghanistan for us, and that Russia would fall apart and that Crimea would return the Crimea and 200 rubles each, and that there were a billion sick people in China, the list was long. In fact, you are the only one to whom you can cling so to Peskov’s adult daughter from a marriage the year before last, so she’s been a long time adult, she earns money and lives wherever she wants. EVERYTHING, you don’t get anything else, so don’t compose. And why did you hurt you abroad?) If Stalin’s daughter went to the States, then Khrushchev’s son, also, Brezhnev’s grandson, Stalin’s granddaughter, Andropov’s granddaughter and Brezhnev’s grandson live there and none of the current Mommunizid Zarodniksgood. Yes, and the eternally living leader of the world pagletagiata, Lenin hung around his entire conscious life abroad, from there he conducted subversive activities and received money from foreign sponsors in the same place, no one even voted, and now they have gone crazy. The fact that the late senile Brzezinski blurted out 20 years ago during dementia was his problem, and Russia was not listening to anyone: he took Crimea, defended Venezuela, created the world's most powerful Strategic Nuclear Forces and hypersonic weapons, took 80% of Syria with a kick in the ass to mattresses from half of the north of the SAR and their six military bases, took half of the World Arctic (with oil and gas worth tens of trillions of dollars), defends its interests in Libya and half of Africa, amends the Constitution on reinforced concrete strengthening of sovereignty and so gave e. Despite the "passports" invented in the heads of network bots.
      2. Voyager 5 March 2020 16: 24 New
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        How could they stand on duty just recently and be stored, which is now unsuitable even for alternative, multiply less important events ...? This leads to unpleasant questions about the state of our strategic weapons.
    2. Wedmak 5 March 2020 14: 59 New
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      Pretty expensive missile defense targets, don’t you? And in order to launch a satellite on them, it is necessary to modify the ICBM, put an acceleration block on it, etc.
      1. Thrifty 5 March 2020 15: 02 New
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        The Witcher hi - if there is political will, then there will be a way to use rockets to good use without sawing them for scrap.
        1. Wedmak 5 March 2020 15: 03 New
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          If there is no technical possibility, no will will help.
          1. remal 5 March 2020 15: 18 New
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            They were produced at Yuzhmash, and finalized for conversion there. Accordingly, after contacts with Ukraine ceased, satellites ceased to launch. There may be some kind of compromise option. OneWeb launches, for example, then the disposal of already completed steps.
          2. Malyuta 5 March 2020 15: 33 New
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            Quote: Wedmak
            If there is no technical possibility, no will will help.

            And you pay attention to the fact that 76,7 million rubles have been allocated for disposal. and at the same time
            According to the TsENKI experts, from each Voevoda ICBM they receive more than 1,2 kg of gold, almost 19 kilograms of silver, 54,5 grams of platinum, almost 20 tons of non-ferrous metals and about 6 tons of ferrous metals during disassembly.

            From which it follows that recycling is self-sustaining! And now the question: where will the money from selling all this stuff go?
            I would like to hope that the loot will not be cut along with missiles.
      2. sabakina 5 March 2020 15: 18 New
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        Quote: Wedmak
        And in order to launch a satellite on them, it is necessary to modify the ICBM, put an acceleration block on it, etc.
        And with a warhead, is it dispersed with a catapult? recourse
        1. Wedmak 5 March 2020 15: 22 New
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          The combat unit does not need to be lifted into the desired orbit, it is only necessary to withdraw to the breeding point and separate from the bus on the desired trajectory.
      3. Elephant 5 March 2020 17: 37 New
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        Quote: Wedmak
        And in order to launch a satellite on them, it is necessary to modify the ICBM, put an acceleration block on it, etc.

        Or maybe it’s easier and cheaper to deliver an upper stage than to make an entirely new rocket to launch satellites?
    3. Honest Citizen 5 March 2020 15: 04 New
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      And really, why? Maybe it's better to dispose of them in Syria? And then they shot with calibers, but there is no Governor ...
      1. Souchastnik 5 March 2020 17: 24 New
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        Maybe it's better to dispose of them in Syria?

        What is there ... Lyapi right across Washington. So that there was no one to howl about the war crimes of the Russian air forces in Syria.
    4. Piramidon 5 March 2020 15: 27 New
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      Quote: Thrifty
      What for? Is there extra money in the budget? Use them properly - like satellite carriers, to disperse hypersonic counterparts, for missile defense training! Cutting them is the last thing!

      Do you know exactly the difference in the launch price of existing LVs and those that can be created on the basis of the RS-20V. Voivode, taking into account the cost of converting them into launch vehicles?
    5. Killemall 5 March 2020 15: 48 New
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      don't worry ... disposal will be done in the usa or turkey. the place will be selected on a competitive basis.
    6. Alexey RA 5 March 2020 16: 27 New
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      Quote: Thrifty
      What for? Is there extra money in the budget? Use them properly - like satellite carriers, to disperse hypersonic counterparts, for missile defense training! Cutting them is the last thing!

      Here such a thing ... PU for the "civilian" launches of the RS-20V is only in Tyuratam. And Kazakhstan does not like missile launches on UDMG.
    7. svp67 5 March 2020 17: 08 New
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      Quote: Thrifty
      Use them well, like satellite carriers,

      And if these missiles are written off by technical condition?
  2. askort154 5 March 2020 15: 00 New
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    As required by the treaty, a notice of disposal of the two ICBMs will be sent to Washington.

    The word "notice" is superfluous. Why bureaucracy. Much easier - they will be sent for recycling in Washington. yes
    1. Elephant 5 March 2020 17: 39 New
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      Report to mega bosses !?
  3. megadeth 5 March 2020 15: 12 New
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    In Russia, this year two intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) of the RS-20V Voevoda will be disposed of. The disposal will be carried out by the Ground-based Space Infrastructure Operation Center (FSUE TsENKI).

    76,7 million rubles were allocated for the utilization of two missiles. According to the contract, TsENKI must dispose of two R-30M36 ICBM warheads by November 2 of this year, the project code is Voivode (NATO - Satan).

    This is for whom and why the author is clever, where are the moderators (oh there is a woman). Previously, it was possible to sit down for such an information, taking into account a good lawyer for 14 years, I would also write about BB, monoblock or RPG, RP, arsenal ..., moderators urgently delete the information of this .... !!!
    1. Wedmak 5 March 2020 15: 29 New
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      He did not say anything secret.
  4. remal 5 March 2020 15: 26 New
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    when disassembling, more than 1,2 kg of gold is obtained

    The launch of the satellite costs $ 30-40 million, the price of a kilogram of gold is 1000 times less.
    1. Wedmak 5 March 2020 15: 35 New
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      Forgot to write that the satellite itself and the launch customer are needed to launch the satellite. OK, who dares to launch their satellite on an old war rocket?
  5. knn54 5 March 2020 15: 34 New
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    Farewell, VOEVODA,
  6. qaz
    qaz 5 March 2020 15: 59 New
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    Quote: Wedmak
    Forgot to write that the satellite itself and the launch customer are needed to launch the satellite. OK, who dares to launch their satellite on an old war rocket?

    Eeeee ... Well, actually, they launched it not so long ago, they checked its suitability for "work", so to speak, so even as it flies, it hit the missiles for many years ahead, beyond the warranty period.
  7. Victor March 47 5 March 2020 16: 20 New
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    Quote: Thrifty
    What for? Is there extra money in the budget? Use them properly - like satellite carriers, to disperse hypersonic counterparts, for missile defense training! Cutting them is the last thing!

    Having prepended loot in bringing them to a normal state? And, do not have a guarantee that they will fly where necessary and put into orbit what is needed? Believe me, this was not discussed with accounting accounts in hand. And not students of modern college. If made such a decision, therefore, the physical condition of these glands is deplorable.

    In the perestroika years, there were such inventors who removed weapons from tanks and remade them into all-terrain vehicles. Also, "savings." Baska does not work to understand, the tank was never made from the point of view of economic feasibility of use. And carry 30 tons of armor to bring a couple of dozens of cans of milk from one collective farm to another .....
    1. Thrifty 5 March 2020 16: 56 New
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      In 1988-89, in front of my eyes, the T72 that had just been removed from Afghanistan was massively cut into scrap metal near Kaliningrad! For the rest of my life I have remembered sobbing tank officers. ...
      1. Speedy 5 March 2020 17: 49 New
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        T72? From Afghanistan? With my own eyes? My friend, cheating is not good.
  8. Victor March 47 5 March 2020 17: 17 New
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    Quote: Thrifty
    In 1988-89, in front of my eyes, the T72 that had just been removed from Afghanistan was massively cut into scrap metal near Kaliningrad! For the rest of my life I have remembered sobbing tank officers. ...

    And here cry, don’t cry. A decision has been made on the balance of power. And the extra needed to be disposed of. It is impossible to have an advantage in the West, in the South, in the East, in the North .... So they stole everything superfluous in the Tomsk taiga. For "storage", about 50 thousand armored units. It was all bad, or good, it’s not for us NOW to talk about this topic. Cheated? Probably yes. Lost too much? Absolutely. To make up, but at the most modern level, is VERY IMPOSSIBLE!
  9. fa2998 5 March 2020 17: 27 New
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    Quote: Sarmat Sanych
    hypersonic "Vanguards" of 2 megatons each, they are not intercepted at all.

    As I understand it, ordinary YaBs were also hypersonic, and they weren’t intercepted either. And Vanguard on a rocket was one, I flew in a heap, and a sea of ​​false targets. A fashionable word is hypersound. R-7 The Queen was also hypersonic, 50s last century. hi
  10. Ros 56 5 March 2020 17: 30 New
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    It is unclear why such a hemorrhoids, nowhere to get the money? If in the mine, the head is removed vigorously and placed by satellites and up with a roar. We did it here and even the French brought their companions. It is very incomprehensible, but they could cut the dough and not spend it.
  11. Prisoner 5 March 2020 18: 56 New
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    The Turks need to be told. Several times and in detail, they say there are two rockets, where to send the mind is not applicable. laughing
    1. yfast 5 March 2020 20: 33 New
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      Turks in NATO will have to stock up on Vaseline before sending.
  12. iouris 5 March 2020 21: 12 New
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    We must find a country that is not a pity.
  13. Dzafdet 6 March 2020 09: 13 New
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    It would be better if they gave them to the city center like mock-ups. The tar man tore and toss, but to no avail. Madame was taken to the personnel department from AO AZ Ural, and she quickly began optimizing, joyfully wondering. In the specifics of the work of KB full zero. So the prospects of Sarmatia are covered in fog ...
  14. radiootdel4 6 March 2020 11: 26 New
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    5 kg of gold, 19 silver, platinum, and we planned to send them all this for free ..? ..)
    1. Wedmak 6 March 2020 12: 49 New
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      And it will take a lot of fuel to deliver !!
  15. Old26 6 March 2020 19: 30 New
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    Quote: remal
    They were produced at Yuzhmash, and finalized for conversion there.

    "Governors" for conversion have not been finalized. Refined R-36M UTTH. It’s technically more difficult to finalize the Voivode.
    By the way, in the photograph not the R-36M Voyevoda, but the R-36M UTTH

    Quote: megadeth
    This is for whom and why the author is clever, where are the moderators (oh there is a woman). Previously, it was possible to sit down for such an information, taking into account a good lawyer for 14 years, I would also write about BB, monoblock or RPG, RP, arsenal ..., moderators urgently delete the information of this .... !!!

    Don't look for spies under the bed? Damn, completely open data is now elevated to the rank of top-secret. You can paint on BB and RGCh, paint how much was put into service and with what blocks. You can even write which regiments were armed with these missiles and write the names and ranks of the commanders of these regiments. There are a lot of directories on the network. You have some kind of spy mania ...