What Sanctions? US Receives Two RD-181 Rocket Engines From Russia From New $1bn Contract

Vatic Note:   If you wonder why Vatic Project keeps saying that both sides of this conflict between the USA and Russia, are in on the World War III scam, just like the opponents were in WW II, this below explains it.   The "LEADERS" of both sides are in on the International banking Rothschild globalists plan for WW III to recapture their wealth through war, due to the usual and normal time frame when the fiat currency catches up to the bankers and their wealth becomes a joke.

In the meantime, millions of people on both sides of the false flag conflict spill their blood on a scam that they know nothing about.  Leaders on both sides are traitors and that becomes obvious with something like this.   We did a blog on how this same game was played between Israel, China and the USA leaders.

The undermining of our military has been ongoing for sometime now and we can prove it with several blogs we have done with secret weapons and planes sold to China by Israel.  Rothschild runs Israel and is considered their "King".   We posted blogs on this awhile back. In this link you will see  Rothschilds photo caste in the coin of the realm for Israel.  That country who is suppose to be our ally, is aiding our enemies, and controlling their war plans through their khazar leaders.
Remember, Obama is a dual Israeli citizen on his mothers side of the family.

So, with sanctions against Russia, why are we spending taxpayers money in the billions to Russia for weapons they make.  Buying weapons from your potential WW III  enemy???  Since when can you trust anything your opponent in a planned war sells to you for making that war against them?   Critical thinking skills are required here and acted upon as soon as possuble. My goodness what are we allowing to be done to us by this arrogant small country on the edge of a desert???

What Sanctions? US Receives Two RD-181 Rocket Engines From Russia From New $1bn Contract
By 21st Century Wire,  August 4, 2015

Russian rocket engines manufactured at Energomash at the request of the U.S., being prepared for transport to Sheremetyevo Airport. © Iliya Pitalev
Russia has delivered two RD-181 engines to the US Orbital Sciences Corporation for its Antares rocket under a $1bn contract, signed despite several rounds of Western-imposed sanctions and hot debates in Congress over US dependency on Russia for national security space launches. 
“On July 16 the first two engines were delivered to the US,” Russian rocket producer Energiya (NPO Energomash) said in a press release on Tuesday, RIA reported.
Energia which has been conducting activities in the rocket-space industry since 1946 did not mention when the next batch of RD-181 will be delivered to its American partners. Under a $1 billion contract with Orbital Sciences Corporation, signed in January, the Russian manufacturer is to eventually deliver 60 RD-181engines for the Antares rockets.
Orbital expects that the first deliveries of the newly built RD-181 engines will be ready to use for next Antares flight in early 2016.


Under the new RD-181 contract Russian crews will also conduct flight training with their American counterparts. The Russians will also be engaged in the installation of the engine on the rocket and engine tests. The RD-181 engine was developed specifically for Antares and it allows more cargo to be brought up to the International Space Station.
The Russian company has cooperated with the US since 1990, delivering RD 180 engines for Atlas rockets.
Meanwhile until recently the US used the AJ-26 engines for Antares, which are based on the Soviet NK-33 modified by American manufacturer Aerojet. The first four Antares launch attempts were successful. During the fifth launch, last October, the rocket powered by AJ-26 engines failed catastrophically, exploding and falling back onto its launch pad at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.
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By December, Orbital announced that they decided to use the RD-181 engines because they offered “the best combination of schedule availability, technical performance and cost parameters as compared to other possible options.”
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Russian rocket engines have been a hot topic for US lawmakers, especially for Senator John McCain, who has voiced concerns about US dependency on Russia for space exploration.
The battle over Russian rocket engines continues in Congress. The House version of the 2016 National Defense Authorization Act allows all the RD-180 engines needed by United Launch Alliance (ULA) to compete for Air Force launches, but the Senate version allows only nine.
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Under last year’s National Defense Authorization Act of 2015, the Department of Defense is prohibited from signing new or modifying existing contracts for launches using engines designed or manufactured in Russia. The restriction has prevented the Pentagon from acquiring RD-180 engines for the Atlas 5 launch vehicle, artificially creating a new national security launch monopoly for SpaceX, according to the Air Force.
To break away from its dependency on Russia ULA has been developing its all-American Vulcan rocket. ULA, which already has a large batch of RD-180s on order, says it needs 14 more engines until its next generation rocket is ready around 2020.

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