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What will WWIII, the next world war, really look like?

 
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 1:05 pm    Post subject: What will WWIII, the next world war, really look like? Reply with quote

Hypersonic missiles being developed by US, Russia and China could spark war, experts warn
Proliferation 'would give nations an incentive to become trigger-happy', RAND Corporation says
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/hypersonic-missiles-us-russia- china-military-development-world-war-threat-no-warning-defence-systems -a7986496.html
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An artist's rendering of a hypersonic missile concent Raytheon
World powers developing hypersonic missiles must ensure they do not fall into the hands of rogue regimes which could use them to threaten the globe, researchers have warned.

The fast-moving weapons are “a new class of threat” because they are being designed to evade missile defence systems, and would give nations less time to respond to attacks, a study by the RAND Corporation think tank has claimed.

If the technology were to spread uncontrolled, countries might set their defences on a “hair trigger” and increase the chances of missile-based strategic war breaking out, the authors said.

Lead author Richard Speier said: “Hypersonic missile proliferation would increase the chances of strategic war. It would give nations an incentive to become trigger-happy.”

The world has less than 10 years to get a non-proliferation regime in place, it is suggested.

Hypersonic missiles’ threat comes not just from their extreme speed – they travel at Mach 5 or higher – but also their manoeuvrability, a trait not present in traditional ballistic missiles.

Russia, China and the US are all developing their own versions of the technology, and RAND researchers said they should agree not to sell on complete systems or major subsystems.

They should also tightly control the export of dual-use components like scramjet engines, the authors said.

Scramjets can push a craft to hypersonic speed by combining inrushing air, instead of on-board liquid oxygen, with fuel.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 1:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

American Empire military doctrine is built on sand.

Allied (American Empire) doctrine is based on the mistaken assumption they won WW2, actually it was the Russians. (80% of Axis effort).

Cold War propaganda encouraged the printing of German accounts, full of excuses as to why they lost in Russia. Which got absorbed into Amercian Military thinking.

Other mistakes continue to be made, such as the ridiculous notion that the reason they lost Vietnam War was because of The Press. I've not seen any credible claims for how many casulaties figures inflicted by 35mm film, but I'm just being awkward citing facts.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

They intend to use the press to bamboozle up into believing some mega bull
And they have nukes to start it.
Not a great strategy.

EvadingGrid wrote:
American Empire military doctrine is built on sand.

Allied (American Empire) doctrine is based on the mistaken assumption they won WW2, actually it was the Russians. (80% of Axis effort).

Cold War propaganda encouraged the printing of German accounts, full of excuses as to why they lost in Russia. Which got absorbed into Amercian Military thinking.

Other mistakes continue to be made, such as the ridiculous notion that the reason they lost Vietnam War was because of The Press. I've not seen any credible claims for how many casulaties figures inflicted by 35mm film, but I'm just being awkward citing facts.

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