The Russian army can train missile trains equipped with 30 nuclear warheads in a few years

 The Russian army can train missile trains equipped with 30 nuclear warheads in a few years

It is speculated that the new generation of balgujin railway missile combat system has been under development until 2018. However, Russian daily reported in 2017 that the research and development of the new generation of railway missile combat system has been suspended, citing the words of defense industry sources. According to the people of the latter, the heavy railcar of the Soviet could not easily expose the performance of the super long missile of balozin period.

Missile train developed during the Soviet Union

As the missile carried is more light and can be put into ordinary carriage, balgujin can be launched in any section of Russian railway. If a return attack is needed, balguzin will be more effective than Baiyang and yares mobile ground missile systems, and the latter two need to enter the theater of war and deploy there, so they will be vulnerable to enemy attack in a certain period of time.

According to the provisions of start II, the Soviet mologetz railway missile system was decommissioned in 2005, the report said. The subsequent start III Treaty (the new START treaty) does not prohibit the development of this type of new missile system.

The appearance of Barguzin is no different from that of ordinary freight train, but it is equipped with three ICBM systems and 30 warheads. In addition, there are command post, technical system, communication equipment and corresponding personnel.

In the event of a nuclear war threat, the missile train will enter the patrol route and be mixed with other trains. After receiving the battle order, it will stop moving and be ready for attack. The top of the three carriages is opened, and the hidden device will put the missile launch container in a vertical state, and the launch can be completed in a few minutes.

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