Russia to deliver ‘intelligent cruise missiles’ to Cuba without Nuclear Warheads


VT: If the US is forced to build a cruise missile defense system…Israel will have a hard time attacking using their Dolphin sub launched missiles like we believe was used on the Pentagon as shown by the satellite image below:

Avia Pro: Russia will deploy cruise missiles with a range of up to 2,5 kilometers to Cuba.

Russia will not deploy its nuclear weapons on the territory of Cuba and Venezuela, as this is contrary to a number of treaties and will only lead to a significant increase in tension around the world.

Nevertheless, according to Russian military expert Viktor Barants, even taking into account the fact that Cuba and Venezuela are not interested in building Russian military bases on their territory, Russia could easily deploy its “intelligent” missiles here with a range of up to 2,5 thousand kilometers, which is more than enough to hit targets in most of the United States.

“Russia has intelligent weapons without nuclear warheads. It would be possible to install a diesel submarine in Cuba. Its missiles have a firing range of 2,5 thousand kilometers. This will be enough for Caliber missiles to fly to Florida. The sailors will rest on the beach of Cuba and will serve the boat, – quotes the opinion of Viktor Barants, the publication “InfoReactor”.

Among other things, Russia can also deploy its tactical long-range aviation in Cuba or Venezuela, including Tu-22M3 long-range bombers, anti-submarine aircraft, Kinzhal systems, etc. Given the need to protect this area, these Latin American countries may also receive Russian S-400 systems and over-the-horizon radars, which will increase the response time to strikes from the United States several times.

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  1. Yeah, that would unleash the squawking cowards. What will they tell people in Florida? You’re our first line of defense? That’ll go over big with the snow birds. Surely this wouldn’t start another diaspora. Makes me even happier that we no longer have nukes in my state. Of course, Russia could just cruise around the gulf, like they did a few years back. Remember all the squawking then…and they were just site-seeing.

  2. That’s exactly where you need to put nuclear warheads. The usual warhead is 400-600 kg of explosives. The ship can be disabled. And for ground targets, this is not enough. Personally, I am against bases. They are stationary, expensive, they can be easily destroyed, because the target is static.

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