Delta IV class SSBN variant - Russian submarine Tula (K-114) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Delta IV class SSBN variant - Russian submarine Tula - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Russian submarines are prowling around vital undersea cables. It’s making NATO nervous.  -  December 22, 2017.   The Russian submarine Dmitry Donskoy, the world’s largest in active service, arrives at Kronstadt Navy base, outside St. Petersburg, in July.

Russian submarines are prowling around vital undersea cables. It’s making NATO nervous. - December 22, 2017. The Russian submarine Dmitry Donskoy, the world’s largest in active service, arrives at Kronstadt Navy base, outside St. Petersburg, in July.

A very unique photo: the bow of Russian submarine K-84 Yekaterinburg (Delta IV SSBN) stripped bare after the fire in 2011 (sorry for the low res.) [604x453]

A very unique photo: the bow of Russian submarine K-84 Yekaterinburg (Delta IV SSBN) stripped bare after the fire in 2011 (sorry for the low res.) [604x453]

A very unique photo: the bow of Russian submarine Yekaterinburg (Delta IV SSBN) stripped bare after the fire in 2011 (sorry for the low res.

Russian submarines are prowling around vital undersea cables. It’s making NATO nervous. - The Washington Post

Russian submarines are prowling around vital undersea cables. It’s making NATO nervous.

The submarine activity is the highest since the end of the Cold War, officials say.

Unprecedented amount of Russian submarine activity around Atlantic internet cables is making NATO officials nervous.

Unprecedented amount of Russian submarine activity around Atlantic internet cables is making NATO officials nervous.

Great scale model of Russian submarine Yury Dolgorukiy (K-535) - 20

Detailed scale model of the Russian submarine Yury Dolgorukiy made by a Poland modeller

Russian submarines are prowling around vital undersea cables. It’s making NATO nervous. - The Washington Post

Russian submarines are prowling around vital undersea cables. It’s making NATO nervous.

Russian submarines are prowling around vital undersea cables. It’s making NATO nervous. - The Washington Post

BREAKING “Russian Submarines Prowling Near Undersea Cables” - YouTube

BREAKING “Russian Submarines Prowling Near Undersea Cables” - YouTube

Alexander Nevsky, The second Borei class submarine in service with the Russian Navy strategic force.

At least three submarines from Russia’s Borei class are in active service. A pair are in Russia’s Pacific fleet, while another one sits in Russia’s Northern fleet. By Russia plans on having eight subs in active service.

Russian submarines have dramatically stepped up activity around undersea data cables in the North Atlantic, said US Navy Admiral Andrew Lennon, NATO's submarine forces commander.

Russian submarines step up Atlantic data cables activity

Royal Navy warship shadows Russian submarine passing through English Channel

Whiskey On The Rocks - When Sweden Woke Up To Find a Russian Submarine Stuck On a Rock - https://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/whiskey-on-the-rocks-when-sweden-woke-up-to-find-a-russian-submarine-stuck-on-a-rock.html

Whiskey On The Rocks - When Sweden Woke Up To Find a Russian Submarine Stuck On a Rock

Russian submarine activity ‘highest since Cold War’ warns NATO chief

Alliance plans to set up a new command post for the Atlantic.

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