Test launches of intercontinental ballistic missile sea-based P-30 «Bulava-30» will run carriers from production to which he belonged and unsuccessfully launched September 6, 2013 ammo.
On this, as reported by RIA Novosti, deputy chairman of the Military-Industrial Commission under the Government of the Russian Federation Oleg Bochkarev.
«Since the launch of the rocket was unable to fulfill its function as intended — of course, will be undertaken acts that require including additional and rockets of the party to which it belonged,» — explained Bochkarev. He also said that after he will give conditions of ill missile launch on September 6, the entire production batch will be devoted to checking the media.
It is possible that serial missiles will be returned to Votkinsk plant in Udmurtia, producing «Bulava» and complex «Topol-M». According Bochkareva depth and test procedure will be determined after clarifying the circumstances of bad start. If it is possible to inspect the missiles in their places of storage, it will be carried out without reference to the carrier manufacturer.
The Russian Defense Ministry announced failed to start «Bulava» September 7, 2013. Then it became clear that Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu ordered to stop tests of strategic submarines «Alexander Nevsky» and «Vladimir Monomakh» Project 955 «Borey» that should be the bearers of missile «Bulava».
During the tests 6 September 2013 verification work of automatic control system launch. For this reason, the «Bulava» has not been established because of telemetry equipment that will be hard to find the exact cause of impact. According to preliminary data, a bad launch occurred because of a malfunction in the control system thrust vectoring engines.