US will deploy weapons of the future in Germany against Russia

The Drive: The US will host the Dark Eagle, Typhon and PrSM systems in Germany in Germany will have at its disposal a number of samples of the latest American weapons that are currently being created, writes The Drive.

The publication recalls that during the Cold War, this formation was responsible for the MGM-31C Pershing II medium-range nuclear missiles, removed from arms after the signing by the United States and the USSR of the already terminated Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF Treaty).

The Drive writes that the new weapons that the United States plans to deploy in Europe will be at a new technological level solve roughly the same tasks as the decommissioned missiles of the Cold War. The publication mentions, in particular, a promising Long-Range Hypersonic Weapon (LRHW) missile, dubbed Dark Eagle, a multifunctional Typhon system that allows launching a variety of missiles from a single installation, including the RIM-174 Standard Extended Range Active Missile (ERAM) and Tomahawk Land Attack Missile (TLAM), and Precision Strike Missile (PrSM).

In June, the US Army demonstrated a possible scenario for the use of the PrSM missile, called the “killer” of Russian air defense systems ), for example, the S-400 Triumph.

In May, Popular Mechanics magazine wrote that a US Army LRHW rocket launched from London could strike Moscow during a military conflict.

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