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The Doomsday Ships: New U.S. Ballistic Missile Submarine Program

... power plant. American and British submarines will also have identical modular missile sections – 16 tubes in the American and eight tubes in the British versions. London is substantially financing R&D part. Ilya Kramnik: Post-Soviet Submarine Fleet: Rising after the Fall High modernization costs, restricted use and other factors fuel the discussion on possible reduction of the UK’s nuclear arsenal or even its complete scrapping , although proponents of nuclear disarmament ...


The Koala with Maritime Ambitions

... there is nothing more effective for challenging enemy surface and subsurface ships in areas beyond the reach of land-based aviation and in the absence of deck-based aircraft. Photo: U-216 Conventional Submarine Notably, Australian plans for doubling the submarine fleet are quite far-reaching, although in the near future, its strength will remain unchanged. Based on the Västergötland design of Swedish company Kockums , six Collins submarines were built in Australia and put into service in 1996-2003....


Post-Soviet Submarine Fleet: Rising after the Fall

The Required Minimum The restoration of the combat capabilities of the submarine fleet is a priority of Russia’s military-technical policy. However, the requirements laid out for the structure of the Russian submarine fleet are very different from those made by the U.S. Navy; in part, they are determined by the geopolitical ...


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