Top secret glider U-71: From Russia to New York in 40 minutes


Pravda: This top-secret aircraft, known as the U-71, is part of Project 4202 of the Russian missile program. There is very little information about the aircraft. Supposedly, the aircraft can develop the speeds of up to 11,000 kilometers per hour. This glider aircraft is also said to be super-maneuverable and capable of entering near space.

The tests of the new aircraft still continue, although it is already believed that Russia will take a nuclear advantage of the USA with the help of the new type of weapon by 2025.

“The arms race at the end of the last century gave an opportunity to our country to leave NATO countries behind in the development of the defense industry and create fourth-generation weapons,” Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said. “The fifth generation, let’s be objective, for a number of understandable reasons related to the collapse of the Soviet Union, was stuck on the level of design offices. The current task of our defense industry is to enhance fifth-generation weapons and take a step into the future. We need to work on the sixth and the seventh generation. We already have such developments, and they are very successful, I have to say. Those are absolutely new and sometimes unpredictable weapons,” the official said.

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  1. MOA, Why did it take days for water to reach the superdome after Katrina? Because the PTB were dividing the spoils, deciding who was going to get what slice of the pie. Disaster Capitalism.

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