(Worthy News) – The U.S. and Russia on Monday traded shots over the development and deployment of hypersonic missiles, with each nation accusing the other of using the cutting-edge weapons in a “destabilizing” way that could lead to conflict.
The dueling barbs from the old Cold War foes underscore the importance of hypersonic weapons in the 21st century and the major role they could play in future battles.
Hypersonic missiles can travel at five times the speed of sound, which is roughly 761 mph at sea level. The development of hypersonic technology is a top priority for the world’s leading militaries, particularly the U.S., Russia, and China. The Biden administration’s Pentagon budget proposal, for example, invests heavily in the technology. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More…) ]
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