In order to curry favor with trump, the U.S. Navy has received an impossible task

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 In order to curry favor with trump, the U.S. Navy has received an impossible task


The Navys conventional rapid strike system will provide hypersonic missile capabilities to attack dangerous targets at longer distances, OBrien said in a speech at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. This system will be first deployed to Virginia class nuclear submarines and jumwalt class destroyers, and eventually all batches of Burke class destroyers will also have this weapon. According to US media reports, the conventional rapid strike system is a hypersonic boost glide missile (hereinafter referred to as hypersonic missile) jointly developed by the US Navy and the army. Its design concept is that the rocket booster will deliver the gliding warhead to the required altitude and speed, and then the warhead will glide to the target at more than 5 times the speed of sound in the atmosphere without power.

Political.com reported that US President trump mentioned the missile when he listed the US military achievements at a rally recently, but mistakenly referred to it as hydroacoustic weapons.

Just the next day (22nd), usni analyzed the feasibility of OBriens statement. Usni said there was no good way to get Burke class destroyers loaded with hypersonic missiles.

Virginia block 3 nuclear submarine is equipped with MAC vertical launching system

According to the US media, the latest version of the Virginia class nuclear submarine under construction can directly install the modified MAC vertical launch system. If the active nuclear submarines want to have this capability, they need to go back to the shipyard for upgrading, which will involve additional costs and time.

Mk41 vertical launching system of Burke class destroyer

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }According to the Navys plan, four cruise missile nuclear submarines will be equipped with hypersonic missiles in the mid-2020s, while Virginia class nuclear submarines will need to wait until the late 2020s to acquire such weapons, the US Navy said in a statement to usni. As for surface combat vessels, the U.S. Navy only said that according to the defense authorization act of fiscal year 2020, the navy is ensuring that the technology can be used on surface ships, and has not responded positively to OBriens satellite. It is worth noting that the U.S. Navys chief of operations, General Michael gildy, recently disclosed the plans for a new generation of us destroyers. According to gildi, the new generation of destroyers will be upgraded on the basis of Burke class and installed with some new weapon systems. This warship is likely to be the hypersonic weapon surface launch platform expected by the US Navy. Source: Global Times editor in charge: Qin bailing_ NB17208

The U.S. Navy said in a statement to usni that according to the Navys plan, four cruise missile nuclear submarines will be equipped with hypersonic missiles in the mid-2020s, while Virginia class nuclear submarines need to wait until the late 2020s to acquire this weapon. As for surface combat vessels, the U.S. Navy only said that according to the defense authorization act of fiscal year 2020, the navy is ensuring that the technology can be used on surface ships, and has not responded positively to OBriens satellite.

It is worth noting that the U.S. Navys chief of operations, General Michael gildy, recently disclosed the plans for a new generation of us destroyers. According to gildi, the new generation of destroyers will be upgraded on the basis of Burke class and installed with some new weapon systems. This warship is likely to be the hypersonic weapon surface launch platform expected by the US Navy.