Russia’s arsenal vs. the US’s View photos A Russian Yars RS-24 intercontinental ballistic missile system drives during the Victory Day parade, marking the 71st anniversary of the victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two, at Red Square in Moscow, Russia, May 9, 2016. REUTERS/Grigory Dukor More (A Russian Yars RS-24 intercontinental ballistic missile system drives during a parade in Moscow.Thomson Reuters) “Russians made a really different design choice than we did” when it came to building ICBMs, said Lewis. “Russia built nuclear weapons that are incremental improvements,” he said, or weapons that would need updating every decade or so. On the other hand, “US nukes are like Ferraris: beautiful, intricate, and designed for high performance,” he said. “Experts have said the plutonium pits will last for hundreds of years.” Indeed, the US’s stocks of Minuteman III ICBMs, despite their age, are “exquisite machinery, incredible things.” “Russia’s nuclear weapons are newer, true,” Lewis said, “but they reflect the design philosophy that says, ‘No reason to make it super fancy because we’ll just rebuild it in 10 years.'” The philosophical differences don’t end there. “Russians love to put missiles on trucks,” said Lewis, while the US prefers land-based silos, which present a reliable target and lack mobility. During the height of the Cold War, the US at one point tried a truck-launched ICBM, but US safety and durability requirements far exceeded that of the Russians, rendering the platform unreasonable. Read More “If you look at the truck [the US] built for missiles, it’s 10 times more expensive. It’s radiation-hardened and way less vulnerable,” Lewis said.
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