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What is a Tomahawk Land Attack Missile TLAM & How Do Tomahawk Cruise Missile Work? According navy.mil, the Tomahawk Land Attack Missile (TLAM) is an all-weather, long range, subsonic cruise missile used for deep land attack warfare, launched from U. S. Navy surface warships and U.S. Navy and United Kingdom Royal Navy submarines. Tomahawk cruise missiles are designed to fly at extremely low altitudes at high subsonic speeds, and are piloted over an evasive route by several mission tailored guidance systems. Other videos you might like: U.S. saved the Red Army in WW II - 🤍 Javelin Missile The Best Tank Busters - 🤍 Differences Ballistic Missile & Cruise Missile - 🤍 What is an intercontinental ballistic missile ( ICBM )? 🤍 TOW Missile Anti-Tank Guided Missiles Work? 🤍 Tupolev Tu 22M Backfire Bomber Threat to the U.S. Navy – 🤍 V-22 Osprey Just Keeps Getting Better 🤍 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicles (MRAP) - 🤍 Ticonderoga Class 🤍 Subscribe Now : 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: #Missile #CruiseMissile #Tomahawk
The Tomahawk Land Attack Missile (TLAM) is a long-range, all-weather, jet-powered, subsonic cruise missile that is primarily used by the United States Navy and Royal Navy in ship and submarine-based land-attack operations. The 3M-54 Kalibr cruise missiles developed by the Novator Design Bureau . There are ship-launched, submarine-launched and air-launched versions of the missile, and variants for anti-ship, anti-submarine and land attack use. Some versions have a second propulsion stage that initiates a supersonic sprint in the terminal approach to the target, reducing the time that target's defense systems have to react, while subsonic versions have greater range than the supersonic variants. The missile can carry a warhead weighing up to 500 kilograms (1,100 lb) of explosive or a thermonuclear warhead. Subscribe Now : 🤍 🤍 🤍
There is a kind of stalemate in Ukrainian battlefield. But this could change as Ukraine is about to get it hands on western tanks. The country is on its way to receive 3 types of Western Main Battle Tanks - Abrams for the US, Challenger 2 from Britain and Leopard 2 from Germany. 31 Abrams, 14 Challenger 2 and 14 Leopard 2 have been committed by the US, Britain and Germany respectively. While there are lots of debate on which one is the best, there are some aspects due to which Leopard 2 has been really sought after by the besieged nation. In this video Defense Updates analyzes why Leopard 2 is best suited for Ukraine? #defenseupdates #ukrainevsrussia #ukrainerussia CHANNEL LINK: Facebook - 🤍 SUPPORT US: Patron: 🤍 AUDIO: scottleffler.com BACKGROUND MUSIC 🤍 "Giant Wyrm" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 🤍 IMAGES USES 🤍vox.com / Sergei Supinsky / AFP via Getty Images 🤍 🤍thedrive.com / Ukrainian Air Force 🤍 missilethreat.csis.org / Russia MoD 🤍 en.defence-ua.com / Russia MoD 🤍 eurasiantimes.com / Russia MoD 🤍 🤍thedrive.com / Ukrainian Air Force 🤍 twitter.com / IAPonomarenko / Ukraine MOD 🤍
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The Kalibr suite was designed to compare favorably with Washington’s prolific but aging Tomahawk cruise missiles. Whereas the original Kalibr 3M14 traded performance blows with the Tomahawk’s Block IV revision in what amounts to an approximate draw tilted slightly in Kalibr’s favor, Kalibr-M drastically outranges its US counterpart at 4,500 against 1,700 kilometers. The most significant advantage of the 3M14T and its family is that they can be fired from a wider variety of smaller ships than the American ones that usually carry the Tomahawk, making it easier to deploy. It is also being developed to fire from fixed land bases, vehicles, and aircraft.Kalibr may not have some of the advanced loitering and interactive data link capabilities of the current Tomahawk, but that might well make it cheaper to mass-produce (in addition to parts commonality with family variants). Chapters: 00:00 Introducing 03:56 Kalibr Cruise Missile 05:57 Tomahawk Cruise Missile 07:34 Tomahawk VS Kalibr Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 ❤️ Subscribe Our Channel to Update More Videos everyday: 🤍 ❤️ Our Social Media: ☛ Pinterest: 🤍 ❤️ US Military Power now available on Google Play Store: 🤍
Video Description: The kalibr missiles is a family of Russian cruise missiles developed by the Novator Design Bureau. The Kalibr missile family includes well over a dozen different variants, each with its own launch platform, range, target profile, and speed, as well as a length ranging from six to nine metres and a 990-pound warhead or nuclear payload. Russia intends to install KALIBR missiles on all new nuclear and non-nuclear submarines, corvettes, frigates, and larger surface ships. KALIBR provides even modest platforms, such as corvettes, with significant offensive capability and, with the use of the land attack missile, all platforms have a significant ability to hold distant fixed ground targets at risk using conventional warheads. The use of Kalibr missile on Ukraine: During the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, several unconfirmed reports indicated widespread usage of Kalibr missiles in strikes against strategic and non-combat targets across Ukraine. The confirmed reports include the attack on Nizhyn plant that repairs Ukrainian armoured vehicles damaged in fighting which occurred on 19th march 2022. The launched was from the waters of the Black sea. The other confirmed report include the attack on Ukrainian fuel storage center in Kostiantynivka near the Black Sea port of Mykolaiv on March 20. This was launched from the Caspian sea. ———————————— Credits: Different variants of Klub missile, Credit: Global Security: 🤍 🤍 by selena3D ———————————— FAIR-USE COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER * Copyright Disclaimer under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use. The Buzz does not own the rights to these videos and pictures. They have, in accordance with fair use, been repurposed with the intent of educating and inspiring others. However, if any content owners would like their images removed, please contact us by email at-thebuzz938🤍gmail.com.
The anti-ship cruise missile (ASCM) is perhaps the defining feature of modern naval combat, at least when surface ships are being engaged. More than anything else, tactics, doctrine, force structure, and even warship design are built around this one weapon system. It truly is the naval artillery of the 21st century. One simply cannot understand modern naval warfare without first having a firm grasp on the ASCM. Despite the development of anti-ship ballistic missiles (ASBMs) and hypersonics, the anti-ship cruise missile is, and will remain, the dominant arm of modern naval forces well into this century. This guide will explore the origins of this weapon, the way it is employed and the revolutionary impact ASCMs have had upon naval operations and tactics, the impact it had upon warship design and the western, soviet, and soviet successor anti-ship cruise missile design and employment philosophies. It is everything you need to know (and maybe a few things you don't) about the anti-ship cruise missile. 0:00 Inception 10:40 The Battle Network: a New Kind of Naval Combat 31:54 The Offence Defence Contest 55:56 The Western Sea Skimmers: Harpoon and Exocet 1:18:27 The Soviet Solution: Speed 1:41:23 The Soviet Successors: Russia, India and China 1:51:45 Stealth: Current Generation Western Systems Some, but not all, of the material referenced in the preparation of this video: Roy M. Smith. 2010. "USING KILL-CHAIN ANALYSIS TO DEVELOP SURFACE SHIP CONOPS TO DEFEND AGAINST ANTI-SHIP CRUISE MISSILES", Master's Thesis, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey. 🤍 KENNETH P. WERRELL, 1985. "The Evolution of the Cruise Missile", Library of Congress. 🤍 JOHN STILLION, BRYAN CLARK. 2015. "WHAT IT TAKES TO WIN: SUCCEEDING IN 21ST CENTURY BATTLE NETWORK COMPETITIONS" Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA). 🤍 John C. Schulte. 1994. "An Analysis of the Historical Effectiveness of AntiShip Cruise Missiles in Littoral Warfare". Master's Thesis. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey. 🤍 Matthew J. Wemyss, Maj. 2016. "The Bear’s Den: Russian Anti-Access/Area-Denial in the Maritime Domain", Master's Thesis, AIR COMMAND AND STAFF COLLEGE, AIR UNIVERSITY, USAF. 🤍
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Top 10 fastest CRUISE MISSILES in the World 2022 10.Hyunmoo-3 Mach 1.2 9.AGM-28 Hound Dog Mach 2.1 8.P-800 Oniks Mach 2.2 7.P-700 Granit Mach 2.5 6.BrahMos Mach 2.8 5.Air-Sol Moyenne Portée Mach 3.0 4.BrahMos-NG or BrahMos Next Generation Mach 3.5 3.Perseus Mach 5 2.BrahMos-II Mach 8 1.Zicron Mach 9
Externally, it has some similarities with the US AGM-158 JASSM air-launched cruise missile. However, the Kh-101 has a significantly longer range. It can travel up to a distance of 3,000 kilometers.
This video explains the strengths and construction of Tomahawk missiles. It consists of the missile guidance device Image-Infrared Seeker, Inertial Navigation System (INS), Terrain Contour Matching, Digital Scene Matching Area Correlation, engine, and more. I hope this video will help you understand the Tomahawk missile. #military #tomahawk #missiles #weapons #mscope email: ghostinthesnail09🤍gmail.com
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Video footage claiming to be from Crimea shows Russia launching a series of cruise missiles from land and sea based platforms at targets in Ukraine. Launched were P-800 Oniks and Kalibr cruise missiles. Interesting is that the P-800 initially is a anti-ship cruise missile that can also be used against ground targets. WarLeaks - Military Blog covers events, news, missions & facts from the United States Armed Forces including the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard and more! Furthermore you will find content about military weapons, weapon systems and technology here. All footage on this channel is footage the Ultimate Military Archive has permission to use or consists of derivative works created by the WarLeaks - Military Blog for educational and informational purposes. The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense visual information on the WarLeaks - Military Blog does not imply or constitute Department of Defense endorsement. ►SUBSCRIBE to the WarLeaks - Military Blog for more military videos: 🤍 ►FOLLOW WARLEAKS on INSTAGRAM at 🤍 ►FOLLOW WARLEAKS on FACEBOOK at 🤍 If you like military content please remember to leave a Like & Comment or even Share the video. It means a lot. Thanks!
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In a recent statement, the U.S. Navy announced that the first of the new Block V Tomahawk missiles had been received from Raytheon. “This is the next big advancement in Tomahawk capability, and a major achievement for the program,” said CAPT. JOHN RED, program manager for the Tomahawk Weapons System. “We’re focused now on delivering advanced capability to the fleet by recertifying and modernizing our Block IV inventory, and by contracting production Block V missiles.” CHAPTERS 00:00 Intro 01:22 Here Comes the Block V 01:34 Increased Capabilities 02:31 More survivable 05:18 Subsonic is a Feature, not a bug 07:23 It’s all in the mix Other videos you might like: 1 Battle Made the F-15E Feared around the World ► 🤍 The World's Fastest Jet the USA Ever Built ► 🤍 Nothing Seems to Fight America’s Aircraft Carriers ► 🤍 🔔 SUBSCRIBE TO US ► 🤍 Thank You
A Ukrainian SAM at high speed intercepts a Kh-50 or Kh-101 cruise missile. 🤍 🤍 🤍
This footage reportedly shows a Ukrainian Soldier using a MANPAD to shoot a Russian cruise missile out of the sky. The Man-portable air defence system, (MANPAD), is fired by the soldier and shoots towards the missile in the distance. Soldiers can be heard cheering as it makes contact with its target in the sky. The shot has been described as 'hard to pull off' in online discussion. This footage has not been independently verified by The Sun. The Sun newspaper brings you the latest breaking news videos and explainers from the UK and around the world Become a Sun Subscriber and hit the bell to be the first to know Read The Sun: 🤍 Like The Sun on Facebook: 🤍 Follow The Sun on Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to The Sun on Snapchat: 🤍 #ukraine #russia #ukrainenews
Gepard | Self-propelled anti-aircraft gun. Can Gepard shoot down cruise missiles? This is The Gepard Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Gun. But, Can this Gepard shoot down a cruise missiles? According to the military, only one Gepard with its 35mm guns has already been able to destroy two Russian cruise missiles and a double-digit number of drones. The video was released on social media. The system is designed to shield important infrastructure and military units from attacks by helicopters and aircraft at low and ultra-low altitudes successfully worked on a cruise missile.
The Gulf War was a war waged by coalition forces from 35 nations led by the United States against Iraq in response to Iraq's invasion and annexation of Kuwait arising from oil pricing and production disputes. Dates: 17 Jan 1991 – 28 Feb 1991 Combatants: the United States, Iraq's Location: Iraq, Persian Gulf (also known as Arabian Gulf), Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Israel The Tomahawk Land Attack Missile is a long-range, all-weather, jet-powered, subsonic cruise missile that is primarily used by the United States Navy and Royal Navy in ship- and submarine-based land-attack operations.
Footage of Tomahawk cruise missiles being launched towards Qadhafi regime forces as a part of JTF Odyssey Dawn. USS Stout (DDG-55) is a part of Task Force Odyssey Dawn, the U.S. Africa Command task force established to provide operational and tactical command and control of U.S. military forces supporting the international response to the unrest in Libya and enforcement of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973. UNSCR 1973 authorizes all necessary measures to protect civilians in Libya under threat of attack by Qadhafi regime forces. JTF Odyssey Dawn is commanded by U.S. Navy Admiral Samuel J. Locklear, III. Also available in high definition. Odyssey Dawn, Libya11. Video by Spc. Neil Stanfield. 03.27.2011.
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Russian cruise missile intercepted and destroyed by Ukraine. A Russian missile can be seen flying over the city of Zaporizhzhia in new video clips. Three people were injured in attacks in the area this morning, Oleksandr Starukh, the city's governor, has claimed. Subscribe to The Telegraph with our special offer: just £1 for 3 months. Start your free trial now: 🤍 Get the latest headlines: 🤍 Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture.
Anti-ship missiles are a large threat to surface ships, which have large radar, radio, and thermal signatures that are difficult to suppress. Anti-ship missiles are an important part of any country's armed forces armory. These missiles are a huge threat to surface ships, which have very distinct silhouettes whilst sailing around the oceans. Many of these missiles use a combination of inertial guidance and active radar homing. Some feature infrared homing to follow the heat that the ship is emitting. For the future, there are multiple options being developed that may soon find their way into the arsenal of many countries. Join our YouTube channel by clicking here: 🤍 Find us on Instagram: 🤍 Find us on Facebook: 🤍 Find us on Twitter: 🤍 Find us on TikTok: 🤍 #engineering #interestingengineering #cruisemissile #navy
US First Hypersonic Cruise Missile Shocked Russia The battle for nuclear dominance between Russia and the United States ended decades ago. Today, a new one begins – the battle for hypersonic weapon dominance. This time, China would join the US and Russia in the arms race. China has made significant progress in hypersonic weapons development. Among other things, the country has had a 100% success rate in testing the DF-17 hypersonic missile. The latest test, however, was more than a test. It was carried out only 75 miles away from Taiwan perhaps as a warning to the US as an ally. Like China, Russia has also been making a statement with its hypersonic weapons, particularly its Kinzhal missiles. On March 18, 2022, one month after invading Ukraine, Russia used the hypersonic weapon, traveling at 7,500 miles per hour, against a Ukrainian weapons depot 136 meters underground. It is the first time a hypersonic missile would be used in combat. Since this attack, Russia has reportedly fired the Kinzhal two more times into Ukraine. Successfully firing weapons whose very high speeds make them impossible to defend against, China and Russia have made their moves on the new arms race chessboard. It is now the US’s turn to make a move teaming with Australia to launch the world’s first hypersonic cruise missiles. But first let’s get into hypersonic missiles – as, contrary to common knowledge, they’re about far more than blurry speeds.
Connect with me on Twitter: 🤍ryanmcbeth Watch my long form videos: 🤍 Like the chest rig hanging up? Get a Made in USA / Berry Act compliant chest rig or play carrier at: 🤍 I don’t have a Patreon account. If you want to give me money, give it to: HelpIsOnTheWayUA.com Or WCK.com Join the conversation: 🤍 Want to send me something? Ryan McBeth Productions LLC 8705 Colesville Rd. Suite 249 Silver Spring, MD 20910 USA A hypersonic missile is anything that travels above the speed of sound. Technically, ICBMs are hypersonic since the travel at about Mach 19, but hypersonic missiles are special because they can move very fast but can also turn to navigate or avoid threats like a cruise missile. This makes them very difficult to shoot down, but they are so expensive that they can only be used on very important targets. References: What should be the United States’ next move on hypersonic tech? 🤍 🤍 Hypersonic missiles travel above mach 5. If you assume a ship’s radar height is 24 meters, then the horizon is 17.5 kilometers away. 🤍 This means that a missile would take roughly 10 seconds to reach a ship. 🤍
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The legendary Tomahawk Cruise missile is a guided missile launched from warships or submarines, and here’s how the US Navy tests one of the most reliable and cost effective missiles in its arsenal. The cost, reputation, and long range capacity make the Tomahawk perfect for training sailors in real-world combat scenarios. They cost about $1,5 to $1.8 million each, which sounds like a lot but actually is on the low end for missiles, especially when compared to hypersonic missiles that may cost up to $106 million each. Despite being in service for almost 40 years, the Tomahawk is less susceptible to jamming than most cruise missiles, it can update its location in real time, and it can accurately attack from 1,500 miles away from targets with its high precision internal guidance system that provides accuracy to within 16 feet of its designated target.
Video showing the launch of 4 x Kalibr cruise missiles from Buyan-M class corvette in the Black Sea. Russian sources claim they hit "military targets in the Zhytomyr region of Ukraine". (25/3/22 ) Video: Russian MoD
Russia (and the USSR before it) has always placed great emphasis on its missile and rocket forces. Whether the threat to be countered was NATO aircraft, shipping, or ground targets, the Russian military has always looked to relatively advanced missile systems as the answer. And so, when the February invasion opened, many observers expected Russia to commence its campaign with a barrage of modern cruise and ballistic missiles, the famous Kalibr and Iskander missiles, destroying Ukrainian command and communications infrastructure. Instead, what followed was a relatively limited campaign the achieved, at best, the temporary suppression of the Ukrainian air forces and air defences. As the war evolved however, Russia broadened its list of targets and started inflicting a greater toll on Ukrainian targets. For their part, the Ukrainians introduced their own new family of missiles - the GLMRS of HIMARS fame. In this video I look at that initial missile campaign, the way the campaign evolved subsequently, and what lessons other countries might take from the war to date. I also address the question of sustainability - is Russia running out of these precision munitions, and to what extent do their production facilities have the ability to compensate. One thing I do want to say as well, is that while I try and take a reasonably detached look at issues like this, I want to make clear that discussing the performance of these systems shouldn't take away from recalling the very real human impact of their use, particularly against civilian targets or in built up areas. Apologies for the late upload - wasn't well earlier this week and it pushed my recording window back. Patreon: 🤍 Timestamps: 00:00:00 Opening Words 00:00:31 Russia's Most Feared Conventional Weapons 00:01:57 What Am I Covering? 00:02:45 Doctrine & History 00:03:03 Historic Aerospace Talent 00:04:25 Soviet Rocketry and Missile Programs 00:05:42 Rocketry as a Response 00:08:14 A Rocket and Missile Force 00:09:14 Doctrine and Usage 00:10:41 The Competing Forces 00:10:58 The Cutting Edge 00:13:31 The Kalibr Showpiece 00:15:11 The Old 00:16:34 The Improvised 00:18:47 Ukraine - the Old, the New, and yet to come 00:22:08 Missile Use In Ukraine 00:22:16 The Opening Salvos 00:24:22 Escalation 00:25:42 Send in the Museum Pieces 00:27:52 Note on Targeting 00:30:15 The Rebuttal 00:33:13 Performance Observations 00:33:28 Reliability and Performance 00:36:50 Targeting and Accuracy 00:41:18 Ukrainian use of GMLRS 00:43:59 Sustainability? 00:44:08 "They're running out" 00:45:39 Evaluating the Thesis 00:49:35 Production Capacity 00:52:53 So is this Sustainable? 00:54:54 Lessons for the others 00:55:03 ISR is Central 00:57:14 Consumption Rates 00:58:42 Capability Requirements 01:01:45 Potential Importance 01:03:13 Conclusion 01:04:34 Channel Update Sources (incomplete due to late upload, check back in 24-48hrs for more): Ukrainian and Russian missile strengths: Various (primarily MB 2021 as always) Russian doctrine on the use of SSMs: 🤍 Russians claiming use of Onyx ASM against ground targets: 🤍 Missed Targets: the Struggles of Russia’s Missile Industry - Maxim Starchak (CEPA) 🤍 Russia and strategic non-nuclear deterrence -Capabilities, limitations and challenges (by Valeriy Akimenko - Chatham House) 🤍 Partial compilation of KH-22 strikes: 🤍 Video of air launch of KH-22 against Ukraine 🤍 Reference to US claims on Russian missile failure rates: 🤍 Key Caveat: There is one golden caveat for this one - as coverage of the ongoing war, this video suffers from all the usual caveats around data and source quality. The only people who fully understand the decisions being made in the Ukrainian and Russian HQs are the people who are there. I am just doing the best I can with the information available to me. All claims here should be treated as speculative in nature, and may well be displaced as additional information comes to light.