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Ukraine hit the radar of Russia's nuclear early warning system - Moscow: "The attack justifies the use of nukes!

Ukraine hit the radar of Russia's nuclear early warning system - Moscow: "The attack justifies the use of nukes!

Russia: "Some want nuclear war"


Ukraine has hit the radar of Russia's nuclear early warning and combat system, a development that automatically sets off developments as Russia's strategic weapons are expected to be put on high alert.

But mostly, the strike justifies the use of nuclear weapons by Russia according to the country's doctrine.

Although Russia does not have a DEFCON unit of measure, this strike and the ongoing tactical nuclear weapons exercise nevertheless fall under DEFCON level 2!

It is the first time that Ukraine has attacked a target of Russia's nuclear early warning system, which is useless for Ukraine as the radar detects incoming nuclear ICBMs, but very useful for NATO and the US.

Hit on the early warning and combat radar of Russia's nuclear triad

In more detail, the Ukrainians hit the Voronezh-DM radar located near Armavir, Krasnodar.

Voronezh-DM is an advanced over-the-horizon (OTH) ultra-high frequency (UHF) early warning radar system for intercontinental ballistic and cruise missile attacks.

It has a range of 6,000 km. The particular radar that was shot down was monitoring the airspace as far as Poland.

It entered combat service in Armavir, Krasnodar Territory, in 2013. Russian President Vladimir Putin was present at the inauguration of the radar station. " The station is capable of detecting even the most inconspicuous target in fractions of a second, detecting launches of various types of missiles, hundreds and even thousands of kilometers from our borders," noted the Russian head of state at the time.

Russian media speak of a "reckless act that could lead to a serious escalation in Europe".

The former head of the state company Roscosmos and now a senator of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Rogozin, reported that the Ukrainian Forces attacked an installation of the Russian Missile Attack Warning System (MSWS) in the Krasnodar Territory.

This is a key element of the Battle Command System of the country's strategic nuclear forces.

The senator reports that as a result of the strike, the Kuban early warning system facility was damaged.

"In effect, this means that Russia has the right to consider this attack as a global threat to its state and national security, which, according to our doctrine, allows(!) the use of nuclear weapons(!) in response .

At the same time, it is not entirely clear who made this essentially irrational decision,"  writes Rogozin.

Perhaps this was the initiative of the rulers of Kiev who had completely escaped against the background of increasing failures at the front, or some military maniac of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, who decided in this way to trigger the Third World War.

However, given the involvement of the US in the conflict in Ukraine, it cannot be completely ruled out that this attack on a military installation of the highest strategic importance of the Russian armed forces was not only agreed, but organized by Washington.

Thus, we are not only at the threshold, but already at the limit, beyond which, if the enemy does not stop such actions, an irreversible collapse of the security strategy of nuclear forces will begin,” warns Rogozin.


The attack meets the conditions for a retaliatory nuclear strike!

A satellite image of the Armavir radar station in southwestern Krasnodar Krai, Russia shows debris around the two buildings of the Voronezh-DM radar. 

Ukrainian forces have targeted several locations in Krasnodar Krai, which lies directly across the Sea of ​​Azov, using kamikaze drones.

There has been some speculation that Ukrainian forces targeted the Armavir due to concerns about the radar's ability to provide early warning of ATACMS strikes.

However, experts and observers pointed out that the Voronezh-DM in Armavir are stable in their visual fields, with the main focus on the areas in the southwest. For example, in 2013, Russian authorities said the site had detected what appeared to be a ballistic missile launch into the Mediterranean Sea from Libya.

The northern end of the coverage area of ​​the two radars reportedly covers the Crimean peninsula, but there are questions about what Voronezh-DM can "see", as OTH, especially if the targets in question are lower on the horizon. These radars are primarily designed to detect ballistic missile launches from much further away.

Batting has much wider ramifications. The two Voronezh-DMs are a key part of Russia's larger strategic early warning network, and their loss, even temporarily, could degrade the country's ability to detect incoming nuclear threats.

There are also concerns about how this could affect the ability of Russia's overall strategic warning network to assess potential threats due to a possible loss of overlapping coverage in some areas.

Beyond that, the attack on Armavir meets the conditions the Russian government publicly laid out in 2020 for actions that could trigger a retaliatory nuclear strike. Russia's early warning network is part of the country's broader nuclear deterrent posture.

"The conditions determining the possibility of the use of nuclear weapons by the Russian Federation" include any "attack by [an] adversary against critical government or military sites of the Russian Federation, the disruption of which would undermine the response actions of nuclear forces," according to Moscow.

It is the Nuclear Deterrence doctrine that the Kremlin published two years ago.

All this follows the start of regular nuclear drills by Russian forces in the country's Southern Military District, which borders Ukraine.

It remains to be seen exactly how Russia will respond to the Armavir attack, which could potentially include a new nuclear alert.

Video from the area



See what a Voronezh-DM radar looks like


The coverage offered by this particular radar


Russia Early-Warning (Nuclear) Missile Radar ATTACKED


MAY 24, 2024


One of Russia's absolutely key over-the-horizon, nuclear-early-warning radar sites has been hit by drone attack, BLINDING Russia from missiles launched at them from . . .  the Middle East.

The 818th Separate Radio-Technical Unit at the Armavir Radar Station located in Krasnodar Krai, Russia is now knocked-out.  

With the damage to the two radar stations at the Armavir Radar Station, there is now a GAPING HOLE in Russia's early-warning system against nuclear attack. 


Submarine launched nukes from the far eastern Mediterranean Sea, land-launched or even air-launched missiles from Turkey, from ISRAEL, Sub-launched missiles from the Red Sea, ALL can no longer be detected by Russia.  

Of course, this is being credited to Ukraine, but the radar stations that were hit DO NOT COVER UKRAINE.  Clearly, this hit was concocted by the US/EU and NATO; they are the ONLY entities that benefit from this. (Correction: There is another beneficiary . . .  Israel . . .  can now launch ballistic or nuclear missiles at Iran, and Russia will not be able to warn Iran.)

Why would we do this?   Unless . . . . we're planning a nuclear first-strike upon Russia!

Worse Danger Now Than the "Cuban Missile Crisis"

Today's attack opens the door for a full, complete, and absolute DECAPITATION ATTACK upon Russia.  We can now hit ALL their strategic missile silos and take out ALL of their national government and they wouldn't even know the missiles had been launched until it was too late.

How long will the Russians wait - with themselves completely vulnerable-- before they have to decide to "Use them or Lose them?"  We may have just FORCED the Russians to launch a nuclear first-strike.

By any realistic measurement, this is now an "Existential Threat to the existence of Russia."     We could literally be like the song "On the Eve of Destruction!"

Notice too, this was done on the big "Memorial Day" holiday weekend here in the U.S.  Many Americans are traveling to the beach, to the mountains, away from home, away from all their money and preps.  


Armavir Radar Station is an early warning radar station near Armavir in Krasnodar Krai, Russia. It is a key part of the Russian early warning system against missile attack and is run by the Russian Space Forces. There are two radars here - one faces south west and one south east. They provide radar coverage of the Middle East.  

The station is located on the former Baronovsky Airfield  3 kilometres (1.9 mi) south west of the village of Glubokiy and 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) south west of Armavir.

The station was described as starting to operate at the end of 2006 and then entering "experimental combat mode" in 2008.

On the day in 2009 that Russia lost coverage from radars in Ukraine it was announced that it had "begun operations".

In May 2012 it was announced that it would go on combat duty before the end of 2012. In December 2012 it was announced it will be in the first quarter of 2013.

On 6 June 2013 it was commissioned by order of the President Vladimir Putin visiting the Central Command Post of the Russian Armed Forces.  There is a planned second segment, which will overlap zone of the Gabala radar station lost in Ukraine.

2013 ballistic launch in Mediterranean

On 3 September 2013 Armavir detected two US/Israeli ballistic test launches in the Mediterranean towards Syria.

Now, they can't detect those anymore.  Or our missile subs launching from the eastern Med, the Red Sea, The Gulf of Oman, or even south of the Horn of Africa off Somalia. 


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