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SUB ~ Soviet submarine K-162 renamed Soviet submarine K-222 in 1978 ~ Class Papa ~ BFD

SUB ~ Soviet submarine K-162 renamed Soviet submarine K-222 in 1978 ~ Class Papa ~ BFD

Submarino estratégico Akula

El coloso del mar Akula

Submarino clase Akula mas conocido en occidente como el Typhoon,este coloso se distingue por lo silencioso y por su capacidad de ataque siendo una de ...

Submarino nuclear Vladímir Monomaj

Conozca el Vladímir Monomaj, el tercer submarino estratégico ruso de clase Boréi de propulsión nuclear, que ya ha finalizado todas las pruebas necesarias y ha sido entregado oficialmente a la Marina rusa.

On 13 March 1986 Nathanael Greene ran aground in the Irish Sea, suffering severe damage to her rudder and ballast tanks. Her grounding was the first serious accident involving a U.S. Navy nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine. She was deactivated while still in commission in May 1987. Her early deactivation was decided both as a result of the damage sustained in the accident as well as in accordance with the limitations set by the SALT II treaty.

On 13 March 1986 Nathanael Greene ran aground in the Irish Sea, suffering severe damage to her rudder and ballast tanks. Her grounding was the first serious accident involving a U.S. Navy nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine. She was deactivated while still in commission in May 1987. Her early deactivation was decided both as a result of the damage sustained in the accident as well as in accordance with the limitations set by the SALT II treaty.

--- SUBMARINOS ---: Submarino nuclear ruso sufrio un incendio durante el desguace

--- SUBMARINOS ---: Submarino nuclear ruso sufrio un incendio durante el desguace

USS Jorge Washington, un portaaviones de propulsión nuclear de 97,000 toneladas de la 7a flota estadounidense, llega a un puerto naval de Corea del Sur en Busan, el sudeste de aproximadamente 420 kilómetros (de 262 millas) de Seúl el 27 de junio de 2012.

USS Jorge Washington, un portaaviones de propulsión nuclear de toneladas de la flota estadounidense, llega a un puerto naval de Corea del Sur en Busan, el sudeste de aproximadamente 420 kilómetros (de 262 millas) de Seúl el 27 de junio de

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