70 years ago, on the morning of June 22, 1941, the predawn silence was suddenly broken with missile roars. That's how the war started. Nobody knew yet that the war would be later considered as the most murderous one in the history of mankind. No
one could ever predict what inhuman hardships the Soviet people would have to come across. They were destined to gain the victory, release the world from fascism and show that the martial spirit of a Red Army man couldn't be broken.
Ukraine has its own rocket forces of special purposes. But all nuclear weapons were moved from the country in 1990s and only one base was saved and soon became a museum. This is not just an exposition of rocket engines, it is the command post located
deeply under the ground. Several details of the infrastructure are still operational and real missiles didn't lose their military might. This base or museum is located in the village Pobugskoe that is famous for the iron nickel plant.