Supersub: Nuclear giant submarine launches which can sit in the Channel and hear a ship in New York
But before the Ambush slips into the Irish Sea on her maiden voyage today, the Daily Mirror was given a look at the Royal Navy’s latest weapon
US: Russian Nuclear Attack Submarine Detected Near East Coast
No need to worry, right? I mean, Russian President Vladimir Putin fully “endorses” Barack Obama … By Bill Gertz, THe Washington Free Beacon – “A Russian nuclear-powere…
War Pictures from History
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Royal Navy Submarine HMS Astute Returns to HMNB Clyde
HMS Astute returned home on Thursday, March 1 after a 142 day deployment to America. It was also a voyage of discovery. HMS Astute was tried and tested as never before ñ and she came through with flying colours. She spent 77 days at sea, 65 alongside, and was inspected by 18 stars worth of American and British naval authority including the First Sea Lord and Americaís naval equivalent, the Chief of Naval Operations. She 'battled' against USS New Mexico, America's newest and best Virginia…
About the new Russian submarines, which will be in service with Russia in 2030
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The Awesome Military Photo Thread
[IMG] Challenger 2's on the range. [IMG] James bond style: U.S. Army Special Forces Soldiers and Royal Thai Army Special Warfare Command soldiers...
The 'Shark' the world LARGEST submarine & you guessed it, it is Russian!
The Typhoon class was developed under Project 941 as the Russian Akula class (Акула), meaning shark. It is sometimes confused with other submarines, as
Russian Nuclear Submarine Rescues Sailors in Distress – PHOTOS
A group of civilian mariners got the surprise of their lives this Sunday when a giant Russian nuclear submarine came to the rescue after they had sent out a distress signal.
Britain will not be protected round the clock without four new Trident submarines, warns Navy chief
Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope, the First Sea Lord, warned Government proposals to cut the UK's fleet to three could leave Britain vulnerable.