Russian super-ultrasound Kinzhal missile with a blow speed of 12 Mach (12 times the speed of sound)

BREAKING: Russian super-ultrasound Kinzhal missile with a blow speed of 12 Mach (12 times the speed of sound) succeeded in hitting the command, control and communications center of Ukrainians and NATO allies, located at a depth of 120 meters (400 feet) under the ground!The underground facility was considered way out of reach for any weapon given it’s located 400 feet under the ground. But the Russian Kinzhal went that deep and blew it up, with so many casualties. Russians now say about 40 dead officers have so far been pulled from the wreckageof the underground HQ & says that most of the victims may never been retrieved. Analyst say this is the first time Ukraine’s western allies have recorded this many casualties in one attack. Most of the victims are said to be British and Polish, but many Americans and foreign staff ofprivate contractors helping Ukraine with military communications and data transmission were also killed. This is happening at a time that westerners were insisting on continuing to resist Russia in Bakhmut despite admitting openly it’s a lost battle. How this strike will affectthe renewed western drive for Bakhmut will be determined in days to come. However, this has been Russia’s greatest hit on NATO personnel and so far, there hasn’t been reactions from western capitals. For the records, the Kh-47M2 Kinzhal is a Russian nuclear-powered hypersonicair-to-surface missile. Also known as the ‘dagger,’ it has a powerful range of over 2,000 km, a speed of Mach 10, 12 and the ability to perform evil maneuvers at every stage of its flight, but its piercing ability is the one thing the military world has never seen until now. It cancarry both conventional and nuclear warheads and can be launched from Tu-22M3 bombers or MG-31K interceptors. The Kinzhal was introduced into the Russian arsenal in December, 2017 and is one of the strategic bombers unveiled by Putin on March 1, 2018. To be continued.

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