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Hiroshima saber rattle

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The hunt for the Russian "Medved" was a profitable business


The initiators of the nuclear race - the Americans, having covered the USSR with almost the ring of their air bases, were themselves seriously concerned about Soviet successes in the development of strategic aviation. And although heavy M-4, 3M, and Tu-95 bombers were built an order of magnitude smaller than the number that the United States intelligence frightened the White House, the defense program against them of the continental United States received the highest national priority in the second half of the 50s.

The CIA and US military intelligence played up Khrushchev. With his knowledge, in the summer parade in Tushino in the summer of 1955, the same M-4 turbojet bombers flew over the stands - first ten cars, and then out of them two times nine, which made an indelible impression on foreign observers. In the West, they became nervous and decided that the USSR was churning out Myasishchev's “Bison” (Bison) or “The Hammers” (as M-4 and the improved version of 3М were called NATO) already hundreds.

In August of the following year, the American intelligence service gladly launched this duck at special congressional hearings. By that time, the USSR also began mass production of the Tu-95 turboprop heavy bomber. In short, the congressmen were impressed, intelligence was bathed in glory, and the US military-industrial complex was anticipating new orders and, accordingly, profits. Confronting the “Soviet threat” was a profitable business, and the domestic military-industrial complex loved awards, titles and awards (which does not detract from its achievements). In fact, the "Bison" of all stripes was released about 80, and the "Bears" (Tu-95, in NATO Bear) - less than 200. For comparison: only their peers - B-52 “Stratofortress”, Boeing built 521 stuff. By the way, B-52 is alive and even fighting somewhere, and now myaschishevskie machines, except what you see in the museum, only the modernized Tu-95 remained in the ranks of the first post-war generation of domestic bombers.

The Americans believed that the Russian “Buzons” and “Bears”, when refueling in the air, had an intercontinental radius of action and could carry up to four eight megaton thermonuclear bombs each (the actual nuclear weapons of the aircraft were both hydrogen RDS-37 and atomic RDS-3 , RDS-4). In order to ensure the destruction of Soviet bombers, which are breaking through to targets in the United States, it was decided to develop a powerful anti-aircraft missile weapon in nuclear gear. The work was carried out in the directions "air-air" and "ground-air".

"Genies" on stream


The cheapest system was the AIR-2 Genie ("Genie") rocket, an unguided rocket projectile launched from an interceptor fighter. Developed "Genie" firm McDonnell Douglas. This thing, which developed speed three times faster than sound, was equipped with a low-power W-25 nuclear warhead - 1,5 kilotons. The Genie missile, also known under the military designation MB-1 and nicknamed “Ding-dong” (Ding Dong), was designed specifically for the destruction of Soviet bombers over the Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic oceans. It was allowed to use it at altitudes of at least 1500 meters, the flight range was about 10 kilometers, and the radius of destruction was up to 300 meters, which compensated for the absence of a guidance system.

Hiroshima saber rattleThe subsonic heavy bomber couldn’t escape the Jinna, if the interceptor was able to bring it to him. Since there were no “brains”, that is, a control system, the MB-1 was not envisaged, it was unreal to deceive the rocket with interferences. But even if by some miracle the bomber had survived, the electromagnetic impulse of a nuclear explosion would probably have blinded it, disabling the on-board electronics, not to mention the possible impact on the automation of a nuclear bomb.

But the pilot, who “released the genie”, had to show maximum professionalism so that he himself did not get away from the explosion. Immediately after the launch of the rocket, it was necessary to make a sharp turn and get away at the maximum thrust.

The 19 July 1957-i "Djinn" for the first and last time was tested during the Plumbob operation with the help of an all-weather F-89 Scorpion fighter over a nuclear test site in Nevada. The American industry has "baked" these rockets, like pies, by the thousands. In service, they lasted until the 1986 of the year, becoming the regular weapon for the F-89, F-101 Voodoo, F-102 Delta Dagger and F-106 Delta Dart fighter-interceptors. Interceptors "Voodoo" (under the designation CF-101B) with nuclear "Djinnami" were in the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF). There, these missiles were decommissioned and returned to the US in 1984. It should be noted that the government of Canada did not comment on the possession of nuclear weapons. "We do not confirm, but we also do not deny." But thence state security - the Royal Canadian Mounted Police led the development of activists of local anti-nuclear movements, who were very interested in this issue.

“Jinnom” business was not limited. In 1960, the United States Air Force adopted an air-to-air SD with a nuclear warhead — AIM-26A. This is a special modification of the Falcon rocket ("Falcon"), created by Hughes. A special feature of the W-54 charge was its ultra-low power - just 0,5 kilotons. The missile flying the 10 for miles was guided by highlighting the target with a radar of a fighter launching it, which made it possible to hit enemy planes on a collision course, and not just in pursuit of how the then guided missiles with infrared ghosts could do. The nuclear Falcons were deployed from 1961 on the F-101, F-102 and F-106 supersonic interceptors, which patrolled US air borders on duty. The missiles were intended to immediately repel the attack of the enemy's bombers upon their discovery.

By the 70 years, it became clear that the air enemy, if it reaches the US, will break through to the goal rather than at high, but at low altitudes, where it is harder to detect. And the combined US-Canadian air defense system NORAD shifted the emphasis in this direction. However, at such heights, the use of Sokolov in nuclear equipment was excluded because of the threat to its own ground facilities and population. Therefore, in 1971, AIM-26A Falcon missiles were seized from combat units of the US Air Force and stockpiled.

UAV with a fuse

Shy atom on aircraft seemed attractive to American anti-aircraft gunners. The X-NUMX nuclear-powered W-31 kilotons (think Hiroshima!) Equipped the Nike Hercules SAM with Western Electric, and the 20-kiloton W-10 with BOMARC unmanned interceptors, developed by Boeing and the Michigan aviation research center of the non-core CAM of the non-core CAM, developed by Boeing Company and Challenge Center of the United States and the United States and 5 . These were, by today's standards, very long-range systems that entered service with the Pentagon at the end of the 40s.

By June 1958, the first Nike-Hercules, capable of hitting targets at a distance of 140 – 160 kilometers and at an altitude of 30 – 45 kilometers, took protection of the skies over Washington, New York and Chicago - with missiles in normal equipment . Nuclear combat units appeared on them (MIM-14B SAM) at the start of the 60-s. "Nike-Hercules" in the nuclear version tested 4 November 1962-th. A total of 73 anti-aircraft missile divisions were deployed on the continental US, equipped with this system (each with a control battery and four starter batches) instead of the previous Nike Ajax complexes with the conventional medium-range MIM-3A.

BOMARC anti-aircraft drone was created under the nuclear filling initially. With a takeoff weight of more than seven tons and a fighter-like appearance, BOMARC developed the 2,8 Mach speed and, in an improved modification, could hit enemy bombers at a distance of 600 – 650 kilometers and 30 kilometers altitude. Nuclear charge W-40 guaranteed the destruction of air targets at a distance of a kilometer from the point of the explosion. At the same time at high altitudes, the crews of the bombers could have been hit by penetrating radiation outside this radius. In order for BOMARC not to inflict damage on its own territory, the nuclear charge was supplied with a fuse, precluding its undermining at altitudes below three thousand meters.

In principle, the BOMARC firing range was enough to destroy the Soviet strategic bombers Tu-95K and Tu-95KD (with in-flight refueling system) when the aircraft reached the launch line of the X-20 and X-20М Kangaroo). Yes, and these missiles themselves, which were also essentially supersonic unmanned aircraft, could become a victim of BOMARC. At the beginning of the 3-ies, the Tu-60K / CD was the “longest arm” of the USSR Air Force, capable of reaching the enemy at a distance of more than seven or eight thousand kilometers from its airfield. The launch range from the Tu-95K X-95M rocket, which had a three megaton thermonuclear charge, was 20 – 600 kilometers, but it was inferior to BOMARC in speed.

In total, since 1959, the Americans have built 46 stationary launch sites BOMARC. In 1963, the system entered into service with the Air Force of Canada. There deployed two squadrons BOMARC. Their missiles were marked with RCAF identification marks - blue rings with a red maple leaf inside, but the nuclear charges remained the property of the US government and were under the full control of the Americans. Canadian BOMARCs could be used only by decision of the Pentagon in accordance with the operational air situation monitored by the radars of the North American continent NORAD air defense system. There was, however, a nuance: to launch a Canadian BOMARC, it required simultaneous unlocking with two keys, one of which was with the duty American officer, the other with the Canadian.

BOMARC projectiles both in the United States and Canada were resigned in 1972 year. Conceptually, this system, quite effective against bombers, was quickly outdated due to the massive equipping of the USSR Armed Forces with intercontinental ballistic missiles. They could not intercept their BOMARC warheads.

A "Nike-Hercules" appeared on the advanced American bases, then the US allies near the borders of the USSR. Of course, the nuclear warheads for them were under American control. In the 1984, with the advent of the Patriot systems, the outdated Nike-Hercules were removed from combat duty and removed from Western Europe, although these systems in conventional equipment remained in service in third countries for a long time. In Turkey, for example, they are still in service, although the American press calls these cumbersome air defense systems dinosaurs with tube electronics.

For some time, the American fleet was armed with missiles with nuclear warheads - TALOS (W-30, 5 kilotons) and Terrier - "Terrier" (W-45, 1 kilotons). Placed on cruisers, they were intended primarily to protect US Navy aircraft carrier formations from the strikes of Tu-16, Tu-22K and Tu-22М. The nuclear defense system Terrier with the RIM-2D anti-aircraft missile system lasted the longest — right up to the collapse of the USSR, when this potential threat, as the Pentagon considered, came to naught.

To the meeting of uninvited guests


Back in 1961, the C-25 "Berkut" (according to the NATO nomenclature of the SA-1 Guild) appeared on 215 anti-aircraft missile system of Moscow. The 10 products appeared - anti-aircraft guided missiles with a nuclear charge of about 215 kilotons. Under the designation of the ZUR-19, such a missile was tested at the Kapustin Yar 1957 January 10-th, hitting two IL-28 bomber unmanned at an altitude of 200 kilometers. The range of the ammunition was 75 meters. In the future, nuclear warheads were equipped with anti-aircraft missile systems of the air defense system of the territory of the country C-2 (SA-200 Guideline), C-5 (SA-300 Gammon) and C-10P (SA-1988 Grumble). According to American experts, listed in the directory of Soviet Nuclear Weapons, by the year 4100, the Soviet Air Defense Forces had approximately 1 YABCh on anti-aircraft missiles (“all SA-2 launchers, one-third SA-10 and SA-5, two-thirds SA -XNUMX ").

At the turn of 50 – 60-s, the project of the Soviet analogue BOMARC, the C-500 C-500 long-range intercept system with the P-500 unmanned projectile, with higher characteristics than the American system, was not completed. The C-214 variant was developed with mobile launchers coupled with a YAZ-XNUMX tractor vehicle.

The Soviet Union did not lag behind the States and on the part of the air-to-air missiles with nuclear filling. In 1965, heavy supersonic Tu-128 interceptor fighters began to arrive in the air defense forces, with their regiments "sitting" on the northern airfields. It was expected that the American B-47, B-52 and B-58 (the latter, supersonic, were considered especially dangerous) would rush into the depths of our country from the Arctic, and they were prepared for a hot meeting on the far frontiers. Each Tu-128 could carry four P-4 air-to-air guided missiles, including in nuclear equipment.

The Tu-128 has been out of business for a long time, but in combat formation there are super-fast heavy interceptors MiG-31 with long-range air-to-air R-33 guided missiles, which can be equipped with both conventional and nuclear warheads. For obvious reasons, some of the details of these systems remain “behind the scenes”.
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  1. cap
    cap 12 June 2016 09: 22
    +8
    Interesting article. Many interesting facts. To the author +.
    1. Bongo
      Bongo 12 June 2016 10: 16
      +5
      Quote: cap
      Interesting article. Many interesting facts. To the author +.

      I read it with interest, although I did not find anything new for myself. The question is different, when was this publication written? It seems that she was so late for 10 for years.
      In 1984, with the advent of the Patriot systems, the obsolete Nike Hercules were removed from combat duty and removed from Western Europe, although these systems in conventional equipment remained in service for a long time in third countries. In Turkey, for example, they still in the ranks, although the American press calls these bulky air defense systems dinosaurs with tube electronics.
      In Turkey, they have been decommissioned about 10 years ago.
      1. Amurets
        Amurets 12 June 2016 10: 54
        +3
        Quote: Bongo
        In Turkey, they have been decommissioned about 10 years ago.

        Hello! Sergey! Just a historical excursion. You are right. And M-4 and 3М have been cut for the Yankees for a long time, 25 years ago.
        1. Bongo
          Bongo 12 June 2016 10: 58
          +3
          Quote: Amurets
          Hello! Sergey! Just a historical excursion. You are right. And M-4 and 3М have been cut for the Yankees for a long time, 25 years ago.

          Hi Nikolay!
          By the end of the 80's, these bombers were outdated, like the Tu-95 of the first series. But what prevented them from being converted to refueling? It’s really bad with the tankers. In flight condition, a dozen Il-78 are in force.
  2. Vadim237
    Vadim237 12 June 2016 10: 40
    0
    The future of the Air Force is now opposed by hypersonic aircraft and missiles - the United States is ahead of all according to the nomenclature of the tested devices in this direction: X 37, X 51, X 43, HTV 2, HTV 3, HCV, SR 72.
    1. Do not care
      Do not care 13 June 2016 04: 57
      +1
      Hypersonic planes and rockets, laser guns, railguns - leave it to the next generation.
      In our lifetime this will have limited use. Too expensive. The game is not worth the candle.
  3. Old26
    Old26 12 June 2016 11: 21
    +2
    Quote: Bongo
    By the end of the 80s, these bombers were outdated, like the Tu-95 of the first series. But what prevented them from being converted to refueling?

    But the Myasischevsky cars were converted into tankers. Along with the 3M bombers still in operation.
    Of course, it's hard to talk about the quantity now. Somewhere in the closets lies the Swiss magazine Interavia # 1 for 1981 with a list of the World Air Force. So the Myasishchev machines are mentioned there. a dozen 3 probably (more precisely, I will say nge) ...
    1. Bongo
      Bongo 12 June 2016 12: 01
      +1
      Vladimir, welcome!
      Quote: Old26
      But the Myasischevsky cars were converted into tankers. Along with the 3M bombers still in operation.

      Some of the early cars were really redone. But in 90, along with the old ones, they cut cars with a still significant glider resource.
  4. Old26
    Old26 12 June 2016 12: 20
    0
    Greetings, Sergey!
    That's what you mean ... Yes, they did cut a lot, although no one, in principle, bothered to redo it. Although I always have a seditious thought in such situations. Wasn't there an "administrative resource"? After all, Ilyushin's firm had to "push through" its IL-78. Maybe because of this, the Myasishchev machines went to waste?
    1. Bongo
      Bongo 12 June 2016 12: 26
      +1
      Quote: Old26
      Yes, they did cut a lot, although no one, in principle, interfered with the redo. Although I always have a seditious thought in such situations. Wasn't there an "administrative resource"? After all, Ilyushin's firm had to "push through" its IL-78. Maybe because of this, the Myasishchev machines went to waste?


      Complex issue. If memory serves me right, then everything was built around 50 IL-78. This is clearly not enough, the number of American KS-135, KS-130 and KS-10 was measured in hundreds. Yes, and now in the USA there are a lot of frightening refuellers. In addition, in my opinion, the IL-78 built on the basis of the military-technical cooperation is not optimal as a refueling machine.
  5. Old26
    Old26 12 June 2016 13: 04
    +1
    Quote: Bongo
    Complex issue. If memory serves me right, then everything was built around 50 IL-78. This is clearly not enough, the number of American KS-135, KS-130 and KS-10 was measured in hundreds. Yes, and now in the USA there are a lot of frightening refuellers. In addition, in my opinion, the IL-78 built on the basis of the military-technical cooperation is not optimal as a refueling machine.

    Yes, the question is complex. But sometimes such an impression was created, at least for me. And refuellers are not just frighteningly few. Catastrophically small. Ilov really released from fifty, which not all strategists can even fill at the same time
    1. Bongo
      Bongo 12 June 2016 13: 42
      +1
      Quote: Old26
      And refuellers are not just frighteningly few. Catastrophically small. Ilov really released from fifty, which not all strategists can even fill at the same time

      SSI (Sergey Ivanovich) wrote that in the system now 8 Il-78. sad
  6. Old26
    Old26 12 June 2016 14: 30
    +2
    Quote: Bongo
    SSI (Sergey Ivanovich) wrote that now there are 8 IL-78s in service

    Sailed ...
  7. Reptiloid
    Reptiloid 13 June 2016 04: 48
    0
    Thanks for the article. I learned better about the past.
  8. Old26
    Old26 13 June 2016 07: 03
    +2
    The article is really interesting. Usually, when talking about nuclear weapons, everyone always talks about strategic ones. But about the tactical, about the YaBZ of anti-aircraft missiles, about aviation missiles with YaBG - it is extremely rare.

    And further. About planes "cut" in due time. Sometimes it becomes a pity when some systems go into the past, are ruthlessly destroyed, and emasculated vehicles (tanks, airplanes) remain in the parks.
    We had an aviation school in our city. In the bad times of Serdyukov’s rule, it was closed, cadets were transferred to Voronezh. Some of the machines that were in the school were also transferred there, and some were disposed of. Now in one of the territories that belonged to the school, on a pedestal, a MIG-23 stands lonely. True to Serdyukov, in the 90s part of what was on the territory was destroyed. But the city could make even a small, but an air museum. By the way, the TU-128 also stood at the school, as the school was the school of air defense pilots and navigators .... And on other sites there were now such rarities as SU-17, YAK-28 (EMNIP) and others ...
  9. silver_roman
    silver_roman 14 June 2016 11: 38
    0
    For me, a lot of data was a revelation.
    I can imagine what condition the ozone layer would be if everyone would play with airplanes with nuclear warheads.
    1. Verdun
      Verdun 14 June 2016 22: 19
      0
      Quote: silver_roman
      I can imagine what condition the ozone layer would be if everyone would play with airplanes with nuclear warheads.

      Air-to-air nuclear missiles are only half an orange. By the way, in those days the Americans were developing a strike against the USSR using the "starry sky" tactics. It was assumed that in the event of a simultaneous massive air strike, air defense systems simply would not be able to conduct such a large number of targets. The response to this tactic was the development of nuclear-armed air defense missiles. For example, the S-25 with a 20 kiloton warhead. But this is the first half of an orange. The second half is hypersonic bombers with open nuclear thrust. Their projects in the 60s were seriously going to be developed both in the USSR and in the USA.
      1. opus
        opus 15 June 2016 13: 20
        +1
        Quote: Verdun
        the Americans were developing a strike against the USSR using the "starry sky" tactics.

        what they just did not develop ...
        list of cities and goals from ATTACKING RUSSIA'SNUCLEAR FORCES (search your city).

        Parts of air defense - destruction of cruise missiles

        St. Petersburg
        Moscow
        Petrozavodsk (Rep Karelia)
        Shliselburg (Leningrad region)
        Kotlas (Arkhang region)
        Rybinsk (Yaroslavl region)
        Safonovo (Smolensk region)
        Bryansk
        Tula
        Kaluga
        Samara
        Ulyanovsk
        Ryazan
        Vladimir
        Podolsk (Moscow region)
        Yaroslavl
        Voronezh
        Kazan
        Serpukhov (Moscow region)
        Rostov
        Volgograd
        Kamensk-Shakhtinsky (Rostov region)
        Sarapul (Udmurt Republic)
        Solikamsk (Perm region)
        Nizhny Novgorod
        Permian
        Ufa
        Ekaterinburg
        Sterlitamak (Bashkortostan)
        Izhevsk (Udmurt Republic)
        Kyshtym (Chelyabinsk region)
        Chelyabinsk
        Tyumen
        Mound
        Verkhnyaya Salda (Sverdlovsk region)
        Omsk
        Kemerovo
        Barnaul
        Biysk (Altai Territory)


        Parts of the Strategic Nuclear Forces of the Russian Federation - destruction of Trident ICBMs

        St. Petersburg
        Moscow
        Dubna (Moscow region)
        Kaliningrad (Moscow region)
        Kovrov (Vladimir region)
        Kirov
        Votkinsk (Udmurt Republic)
        Saratov
        Samara
        Chrysostom
        Ekaterinburg
        Orenburg
        Omsk
        Krasnoyarsk

        Telecommunication centers and repeaters destruction by cruise missiles

        Goose-crystal (room center cosmic)
        Khabarovsk (space center)
        Relay stations
        Zaraysk
        Vladimir
        Ulan-Ude
        Syktyvkar
        Surgut
        Skovorodino
        Salekhard
        S. Petersburg
        Cockerels 1-2
        Petropavlosk-Kamchatsky
        Novosibirsk
        Nikolaevsk on the Amur
        Science
        Moscow1-2-3
        Find
        Magadan
        Krasnokamensk
        Khabarovsk
        Kemerovo
        Irkutsk
        Cudgel
        Dubna 1-2-3-4
        Arkhangelsk

        Centers for the manufacture of nuclear weapons - destruction of Trident ICBMs - capacity

        Angarsk - 100 Kiloton
        Seversk -500 kiloton
        Zarechny - 100 kiloton
        Snezhinsk -400 kiloton
        Ozersk -400 kiloton
        Novouralsk -300 kiloton
        Zelenogorsk -100 kiloton
        Zheleznogorsk-200 kiloton
        Trekhgorny-200 kiloton
        Forest - 400 Kiloton
        Sarov-200 Kiloton

        Destruction of the Federal Reserve Reserve and Nuclear Weapons Storage - destruction of Trident ICBMs

        Golovchino (Belgorod. About)
        Rzhannitsa (Bryansk Region)
        south of the Zalari railway station, Zanina place (Irkutsk region)
        Karabash (Chelyabinsk region)
        Khabarovsk
        Zheleznogorsk-Dodonovo - (Krasnoyarsk kr)
        south of Komsomolsk-on-Amur railway station Bologn
        Mozhaysk (Moscow region)
        Olenegorsk (Murmansk region)
        Nizhny Tagil-Lesnoy (Lower tour - Sverdlovsk region)
        Nizhny Tagil-Nizhnyaya Tura - southeast -
        Saratov-Engels (Saratov region)
        Sverdlovsk
        Borisovglebsk - (Voronezh Region)
        Trekhgorny - South Yuryuzan - Chelyabinsk
        Chebsara -Vologda region
        Sebezh-Bulyzhino-Pskov about

        Destruction of Aerodromes and Strategic Aviation destruction of Trident ICBMs - cruise missiles
        1. opus
          opus 15 June 2016 13: 21
          +1
          primarily

          Anadyr - Coal Mine Leninink Coal Airfield
          Engels
          Kazan Aviation Plant
          Kuibyshev Aviation Plant
          Ramenskoye-Zhukovsky
          Ryazan-Diaghilevo
          Tiksi
          Ukrainian
          Vorkuta

          second turn

          ArtyomVladivostokKnevichi-Mezhd Airport
          Bada
          Baltiysk
          White
          Borg
          Greyhound
          Chernyakovsk
          Chita
          ChitaKadala
          Chkalovsk Checked Kaliningrad-Intere Airport
          Blast furnace
          Galenki
          Gorelovo
          IrkutskUstinov-Int. Airport
          Kamenka
          Khabarovsk-Intere Airport
          Kipelovo
          Wedge
          Komsomolsk South
          Korsakov
          Kraskino
          Cuban Tuchkovo
          LakhtaHolm
          Severomorsk 3
          Marinovka
          Morozovsk
          Mozdok
          Mykolaivka
          Nivenskoe
          ReindeerOlenegors
          Island Pea
          Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Velizovo-Int. Airport
          Romanovka
          Severomorsk 1Severomorsk
          Shatalovo
          Gull
          Soviet harbor
          Ulan-Ude
          Usashi
          Verino
          Voronezh
          VozdvizhenkaUssuriysk
          Vozhaevka
          Yeisk
          Zavitinsk
          Fleet bases


          Pacific - Destruction of Trident ICBMs

          first of all

          Fishing
          second turn

          Pavlovskoe
          Abrek
          Testaments of Ilyich
          Soviet harbor
          Chazhma
          Olga

          third line

          Big Stone
          Korsakov
          Vladivostok


          Northern

          first of all

          Nerpichy Bay
          Yagelnaya Bay

          second turn

          Murmansk
          Safonovo
          Severomorsk
          Okolnaya
          Polar
          Deer
          all bases around Murmansk in 13-25 km
          Big and Small shoulder blades
          Pechenga
          Severodvinsk
          Belomorsk

          SS-24 bases - destruction of Trident ICBMs

          Kostroma
          Bershet
          Krasnoyarsk

          Missile Bases - Destruction of Trident ICBMs

          Vypolzovo
          Teikovo
          Yokshar ola
          Apalaevsk
          Yurya
          Nizhny Tagil
          Irkutsk
          Kansk
          Barnaul
          Bershet
          Novosibirsk
          Wood burning
          Aleisk
          Dombarovsky
          Kartaly
          Kozelsk
          Tatishchevo
          Uchur
          Clear
          Free
  10. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 14 June 2016 17: 06
    0
    The film was American. As the B-52 erupted into the USSR, and the MIGs followed him, In general, they almost caught up with him, but the B-52 dropped the YaB and they were covered with an explosion. What ended I don’t remember.
    1. opus
      opus 15 June 2016 13: 08
      +1
      Quote: Zaurbek
      In general, they almost caught up with him, but the B-52 dropped the YaB and they were covered by an explosion.

      did B-52 continue on his way home?
      This movie?

      You don’t have a memory (1957 m / y by the way)