"The Tempest": Executive Decision!. (2002)
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AnnotationOn the dramatic story of the project to create the world's first cruise missile long range.
Movie №1 "The Tempest": Executive Decision!
U.S., Cape Canaveral, April 12, 1981. Shuttle launch.
USSR, polygon Vladimirovka, 1957. Start cruise missile "Storm".
The explosion of the first Soviet hydrogen bomb, August 15, 1953 at the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site.
Building of the Ministry of Medium Machine Building in Moscow.
Photo of Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR VA Malyshev.
NS says Chernyak, chief designer of "Storm." Designers KB Lavochkin.
Test launches of rocket engine. "Storm" being taken to the landfill Vladimirovka in Astrakhan.
On the "Storm" says S.N.Hruschev, Ph.D., son of Nikita Khrushchev.
Technical staff is preparing for the start of the landfill missiles, refueling.
START announces 40-minute readiness.
The talks on the radio about the readiness test site.
Start-and-drop a cruise missile "The Tempest", an explosion at the site.
Photos Lavochkin design.
Construction of aircraft La-5 and La-7 during the war.
Air combat, shooting down German planes.
Photo three times Hero of the Soviet Union Ivan Kozhedub.
Aviaparada 1946 in Tushino (Moscow).
Speech by NS Khrushchev.
Panorama of a ballistic missile R-7. Photo of Sergei Korolev.
The R-7 at the site of Baikonur.
Photo rocketeer B.Chekunova military.
Explosions of R-7 and "Storm." Ballistic missile R-7.
Says VP Mishin, 1 Deputy Sergei Korolev, academician.
Gagarin is on the red carpet.
Khrushchev hugs and congratulates Yuri Gagarin.
Glee people on Red Square.
Khrushchev and Yuri Gagarin with the site of the Mausoleum.
Panorama of cruise missile "Storm".
Launch and flight of the rocket "The Tempest."
Ruined ground Vladimirovka 2000. Destroyed buildings.
Old and flooded bunkers.
Tells B.E.Chertok, academician.
March 1997 KB them.
Lavochkin, meeting the designers of "Storm" in their KB. Lavochkin.
Flight cruise missile "Storm".