America Preps the German Nuclear Horn: Daniel 7

Fears of war have been raised as a US nuclear detachment arrives in Germany with new hypersonic weapons.

November 15, 2021

Fears of war have been raised as a US nuclear detachment arrives in Germany with new hypersonic weapons.

As tensions rise on Europe’s Eastern front, an American nuclear artillery battalion has been redeployed to Germany, raising concerns of war.

The unit, which is equipped with long-range hypersonic missile technology, is the first of its sort since the conclusion of the Cold War. The Dark Eagle weapon will be controlled by the 56th Artillery Command in Mainz-Kastel, which, when completely built and deployed, will be capable of accelerating to more than five times the speed of sound, or almost 4,000mph.

The reactivation reflects rising Pentagon concerns that Russia has outgunned the US and NATO in Europe with longer-range artillery rockets and its own hypersonic weapons development.

As Russian military are deployed to the Ukraine border, tensions between Russia-backed Belarus and Poland are rising over waves of migrants trying to enter Europe.

Rising powers are striving to overturn the status quo in the current global world order, which is dominated by the hegemonic power of the United States.

Since the fall of the Berlin Wall and the fall of the Iron Curtain, nuclear arsenals have been maintained reasonably secure.

With the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, the command was disbanded, and its main weapon, the Pershing II ballistic missile, was banned by the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.

The Trump administration, on the other hand, withdrew the INF in 2019 after accusing Russia of breaking the rules.

The 56th Artillery Command will also get a ground-launched version of the US Navy’s Tomahawk land-attack cruise missile, in addition to Dark Eagle.

The reactivation “will give the US Army Europe and Africa with considerable capabilities in multi-domain operations,” according to Commander Stephen Maranian, commanding general of the artillery unit.

America’s Europe and Africa commands are based in Germany.

General Maranian mentioned intentions to deploy “future long-range surface-to-surface” missiles, alluding to hypersonic weapons’ impending arrival in Europe.

Despite the fact that no hypersonic weapons are ready for deployment, the first launcher systems placed on trailers were delivered to an army camp in Washington State in September, allowing personnel to begin training programs.

Three tests of “hypersonic technologies, capabilities, and prototype systems” tied to Dark Eagle were completed satisfactorily, according to the Pentagon.

However, a hypersonic missile test in Alaska failed last month.

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