Jim Goodrick (21 May 2011)
"Russian ICBM  Sineva missile can hit targets 6,000 miles away from a submarine"

John and Doves,

The nuclear arms race is termed  "MAD" ... meaning Mutually Assured Destruction. The Russians launched their  Sineva ICBM missile for the second time this month of May. 

The Sineva missile is launched from an underwater submarine and can travel over 6,000 miles. The missile carries 10 warheads.

This is a good time to read Psalm 46.

In His peace,
Jim Goodrick

Second Launch --They are competing with our missile defense system. 

"But the tests are also often seen as a show of force that coincide with diplomatic tensions with the US.
Yet Moscow is currently furious with Washington for pushing ahead with plans to deploy a missile defence system for Europe - a shield that Russia fears could one day be transformed into an offensive weapon that targets its soil.

First Launch
"The missile, produced by the Krasnoyarsk Machine-Building Plant, can be fired from under water at targets more than 6,000 miles away. It's able to carry up to 10 warheads and is a key segment of Russia's nuclear deterrent. "