American bombers worked out a strike on Kaliningradwebadmin September 28, 2020 0 COMMENTS
Two strategic bombers of the US air force B-52 worked out a strike on the Kaliningrad region. This is written by Forbes.
The Russian enclave in the Baltic sea has become a target for a simulated attack, as it houses S-300 and S-400 anti-aircraft missile systems, as well as Iskander missile systems capable of hitting targets deep behind European lines. All this makes the region “a real thorn in the side of NATO,” the newspaper writes.
Forbes recalls that B-52s “provoked the Russians to act on alarm” at least three times in the Black sea area. Thus, the NATO command tried to track the methods of response of the Russian Armed forces.
On September 28, it became known that during the exercises at the Yuma training ground in Arizona, the US army used unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVS), superguns, ground robots and satellites “for a large-scale verification of their future plans for warfare.” During the event, several enemy objects were destroyed, imitating, in particular, the Russian anti-aircraft missile and gun system (zrpc) “Pantsir”.
Earlier, Shane Preiswater, a Military analyst at the center for military and political power of the Foundation for defense of democracies, pointed out that the US air force needs even more strategic bombers to win future wars that may involve Russia and China. According to the expert, one of the decisive factors for winning such battles may be the mass use of heavy strategic bombers like the active B-1 Lancer and B-52 Stratofortress, since “they can carry a lot of weapons”, in contrast to the inconspicuous B-2 Spirit and B-21 Raider.