• Russia: New nuclear submarine launched in Severodvinsk

    A new state-of-the-art Russian nuclear attack submarine, named Kazan, was officially launched in Severodvinsk on Friday. During an address at the ceremony, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitri Rogozin referenced Russia’s involvement in the International Arctic Forum in Arkhangelsk earlier in the week, stating, “We will always have a firm and confident voice when we have these kind of submarines.” SOT, Dmitri Rogozin, Russian Deputy Prime Minister (Russian): “Yesterday we finished our work at the International Arctic Forum in Arkhangelsk. But we should continue the dialogue with a firm and confident voice. We will always have a firm and confident voice when we have these kind of submarines.” SOT, Vladimir Korolev, Commander-in-Chief, Russian Navy (Russian): “Ship-building company JSC PO...

    published: 31 Mar 2017
  • Severodvinsk - the best submarine in the world

    The submarine is operated 120 computers with Russian multi-core processors running at a frequency greater than 2 GHz. The cost of the submarine is 1.3 billion dollars.

    published: 01 Sep 2014
  • Russian nuclear submarine "Pskov". City Severodvinsk. May 2016.

    published: 16 Jun 2016
  • 15.06.2010 K-329 Severodvinsk

    General characteristics of K-329 Severodvinsk A ceremony of launching a new nuclear-powered multipurpose attack submarine Severodvinsk (855 Yasen class submarine/ Graney class) took place in the dockyard of the Sevmash defence plant on 15.06.2010. The new submarine is designed to launch a variety of long-range cruise missiles (up to 3,100 miles or 5,000 km) with nuclear warheads, and effectively engage submarines, surface warships and land-based targets. The Severodvinsk's armament includes 24 cruise missiles, and is also equipped with eight torpedo launchers, as well as mines and anti-ship missiles such as SS-N-16 Stallion.

    published: 15 Jun 2010
  • Russia: Podmoskovye nuclear submarine joins Northern Fleet in Severodvinsk

    The BS-64 Podmoskovye nuclear submarine was officially handed over to the Northern Fleet of Russia in Severodvinsk, Monday, after the submarine passed through a series of at-sea testing which began in the end of October. Video ID: 20161226- 032 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly

    published: 26 Dec 2016
  • Russian nuclear submarine ablaze at shipyard in Severodvinsk

    A fire has broken out on a Russian nuclear submarine undergoing repair work at a shipyard in Severodvinsk. The cause of the fire is believed to be related to welding work. Firefighters may submerge burning Russian nuclear sub to put out the dry dock fire. FULL STORY: http://on.rt.com/qjzq3w COURTESY: RT's RUPTLY video agency, NO RE-UPLOAD, NO REUSE - FOR LICENSING, PLEASE, CONTACT http://ruptly.tv RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news ...

    published: 07 Apr 2015
  • Russia: Nuclear submarine Prince Pozharsky laid down in Severodvinsk

    The eighth Borei-class nuclear submarine named Knyaz (Prince) Pozharsky was laid down in the Russian city of Severodvinsk, Friday. The Prince Pozharsky submarine is the final one in a series of eight Borei-class submarines and the fifth of the advanced Borei-A-class ones. Three nuclear submarines of the Borei-class, the Yury Dolgorukiy, the Alexander Nevsky and the Vladimir Monomakh, were already handed over to the Russian Navy. SOT, Vice-Admiral Viktor Bursuk, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy (Russian): "I congratulate you on this festive occasion, the laying down of the ship that completes the 955A series project and actually completes a series of ships that will re-equip the nuclear constituent of Russia's triad." Video ID: 20161223-053 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptl...

    published: 23 Dec 2016
  • Russian Submarine Finally Completed After 20 Years

    Russia recently completed a 20-year long project. It's a submarine called the K-329 Severodvinsk. Russia recently completed a 20-year long project. It's a submarine called the K-329 Severodvinsk, although a recent re-designation reportedly now refers to it as the K-560. It's job is to hunt other subs, ships and land-based targets. The newly finished submarine is powered by a nuclear reactor. The Russian Navy has officially accepted the Severodvinsk as their own. It's part of Yasen-class submarines which will soon become the Navy's conventional sub force. The craft wasn't exactly easy to complete. Construction started on the submarine back in 1993. The post-Soviet transition left very little room in the budget for the project. Finally in 2010, the Severodvinsk was launched and one...

    published: 23 Jun 2014
  • RUSSIA'S MOST POWERFUL NUCLEAR ATTACK SUBMARINE EVER IS ALMOST READY FOR SEA || WARTHOG 2017

    Russia is set to launch its second Yasen-class nuclear-powered attack submarine on March 30. Called Kazan, the new vessel is an upgraded Project 885M design that is in many ways much more capable than the lead ship of the class, K-560 Severodvinsk. "Kazan is expected to be rolled out and put afloat on March 30," a Russian defense source told the Moscow-based TASS news agency.

    published: 20 Mar 2017
  • RUSSIA READYING KAZAN, MOST POWERFUL ATTACK SUBMARINE: TOP 5 FACTS

    INTRODUCTION: Russia has floated its new state-of-the-art nuclear-powered multipurpose submarine called Kazan, second vessel of Yasen class. The Russian Navy will take delivery of Kazan in 2018, after sea trials. Once the vessel is operational, she will be the most formidable enemy submarine that the U.S. & NATO has ever faced. According to one of the U.S. Navy’s top submarine officers, Rear Admiral Dave Johnson. "We’ll be facing tough potential opponents. One only has to look at the Severodvinsk, [first vessel of Yasen class], Russia’s version of a nuclear guided missile submarine (SSGN). I am so impressed with this ship that I had build a model from unclassified da ta so that he could look at it every day on his way to his office”. It must be noted that Kazan is more advanced that even ...

    published: 02 Apr 2017
  • Russia's Next TWO Submarine Projects Feature Some VERY Advanced Tech than USA Submarine Tech

    Military Update News : Russia's Next TWO Submarine Projects Feature Some VERY Advanced Tech than USA Submarine Tech. In March 2017, Russia’s new Yasen-class nuclear attack submarine Kazan launched at the northern port city of Severodvinsk. Perhaps the quietest Russian submarine ever, the event was further evidence the Kremlin can still build capable and lethal subs capable of a variety of missions But it won’t be enough. The Russian navy — already badly depleted since the collapse of the Soviet Union — can’t quickly replace most of its existing nuclear submarine fleet, which is approaching the end of its collective lifespan. The outcome will likely mean a shrinking of the Russian nuclear submarine force in the years ahead. Before Comment , please connect your tongue to your brain (T...

    published: 09 Aug 2017
  • MEGA SUB! World’s BIGGEST SUBMARINE ever constructed! (Soviet Typhoon/Akula Class Submarine.)

    MEGA SUB! World’s BIGGEST SUBMARINE ever constructed! (Soviet Typhoon/Akula Class Submarine.) This is the legendary Akula class submarine (the biggest in the world) that inspired the book and movie, The Hunt for Red October. Constructed by the U.S.S.R and first deployed in 1981, this gigantic, nuclear-powered submarine is the biggest ever made. Known by NATO as the Typhoon, it measures 175 meters in length (that’s about 570 feet) and displaces a whopping 48,000 tons when submerged. Its twin pressurized-water nuclear reactors produce 255,000 thousand horse-power, each, so it can travel quietly at over 50 kilometres per hour. Designed to operate for months on end beneath the polar icecap, the Typhoon is armed with 20 nuclear ballistic missiles, each equipped with 10 multiple re-entry v...

    published: 04 Dec 2014
  • Project 885M - Upgraded Yasen-class Submarine SSGN - Russian Navy - Kazan

    The Severodvinsk-class submarine (Russian: Проект 885 "Ясень", "ash tree"; NATO reporting name: "Severodvinsk") is the newest Russian nuclear-powered multipurpose attack submarine.Based on the Akula-class submarine and the Alfa-class submarine, it is projected to replace Russia's Soviet-era attack submarines, both Akula and Oscar-class submarine.

    published: 26 Jan 2017
  • Second Yasen class nuclear submarine to be put afloat on March 30

    Second Yasen-class nuclear submarine to be put afloat on March 30 The second Yasen-class multipurpose nuclear-powered submarine Kazan will be put afloat in Severodvinsk on March 30, a source in the Russian military-industrial complex informed TASS "Kazan is expected to be rolled out and put afloat on March 30," he said. "Kazan" has been built at the Sevmash shipyard in Severodvinsk, a port city in Russia’s White Sea, since 2009. This is the second Yasen-class submarine and first submarine built under the upgraded project 885M. A source at Sevmash earlier told TASS that "Kazan" would be transferred to the Russian Navy in 2018. The Yasen-class nuclear-powered multi-purpose submarines have been designed by the St. Petersburg Malakhit (Malachite) Marine Engineering Bureau. The first Project ...

    published: 15 Mar 2017
  • Russia launches second Yasen-class submarine

    The second Yasen-class submarine named "Kazan" was launched in Severodvinsk on Friday. The launching ceremony was attended by Deputy Premier Dmitry Rogozin and Russian Navy Commander-in-Chief Vladimir Korolev. The series of seven Yasen-class submarines are to be built before 2020. Rogozin said that the boats will let Russia confidently defend its interests in the international level. Project 885 Yasen-class is the newest Russian nuclear-powered multipurpose attack submarine. These ships are armed with cruise missiles, land attack missiles, anti-submarine missiles, and torpedoes.

    published: 01 Apr 2017
  • RUSSIA: SEVERODVINSK: NUCLEAR SUBMARINE IS DISMANTLED

    Russian/Nat Scores of de-commissioned nuclear submarines have been rusting in the port of Severodvinsk in Russia for years, posing a threat to the fragile Arctic environment. Russia has only two nuclear waste-handling terminals and one train to transport spent fuel to its only processing plant, known as Chelyabinsk-45, in Western Siberia. APTV has obtained unique pictures of the dismantling of one of Russia's nuclear submarines - starting from the unloading of fuel to the beginning of the long trek back to Chelyabinsk-45. Once the pride of the Soviet fleet, this nuclear submarine is at the end of its active life and has returned to be dismantled at the shipyard were it was first built. Its deadly cargo of nuclear waste once posed no problem for the Northern Fleet - it was si...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
Russia: New nuclear submarine launched in Severodvinsk

Russia: New nuclear submarine launched in Severodvinsk

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A new state-of-the-art Russian nuclear attack submarine, named Kazan, was officially launched in Severodvinsk on Friday. During an address at the ceremony, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitri Rogozin referenced Russia’s involvement in the International Arctic Forum in Arkhangelsk earlier in the week, stating, “We will always have a firm and confident voice when we have these kind of submarines.” SOT, Dmitri Rogozin, Russian Deputy Prime Minister (Russian): “Yesterday we finished our work at the International Arctic Forum in Arkhangelsk. But we should continue the dialogue with a firm and confident voice. We will always have a firm and confident voice when we have these kind of submarines.” SOT, Vladimir Korolev, Commander-in-Chief, Russian Navy (Russian): “Ship-building company JSC PO Sevmash is preparing a series of strategic missile cruisers and nuclear-powered multipurpose submarines, which will be able to complete missions in any of the world’s oceans and provide security for our homeland.” Video ID: 20170331 031 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Severodvinsk - the best submarine in the world

Severodvinsk - the best submarine in the world

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The submarine is operated 120 computers with Russian multi-core processors running at a frequency greater than 2 GHz. The cost of the submarine is 1.3 billion dollars.
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Russian nuclear submarine "Pskov". City Severodvinsk. May 2016.

Russian nuclear submarine "Pskov". City Severodvinsk. May 2016.

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15.06.2010 K-329 Severodvinsk

15.06.2010 K-329 Severodvinsk

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General characteristics of K-329 Severodvinsk A ceremony of launching a new nuclear-powered multipurpose attack submarine Severodvinsk (855 Yasen class submarine/ Graney class) took place in the dockyard of the Sevmash defence plant on 15.06.2010. The new submarine is designed to launch a variety of long-range cruise missiles (up to 3,100 miles or 5,000 km) with nuclear warheads, and effectively engage submarines, surface warships and land-based targets. The Severodvinsk's armament includes 24 cruise missiles, and is also equipped with eight torpedo launchers, as well as mines and anti-ship missiles such as SS-N-16 Stallion.
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Russia: Podmoskovye nuclear submarine joins Northern Fleet in Severodvinsk

Russia: Podmoskovye nuclear submarine joins Northern Fleet in Severodvinsk

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The BS-64 Podmoskovye nuclear submarine was officially handed over to the Northern Fleet of Russia in Severodvinsk, Monday, after the submarine passed through a series of at-sea testing which began in the end of October. Video ID: 20161226- 032 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Russian nuclear submarine ablaze at shipyard in Severodvinsk

Russian nuclear submarine ablaze at shipyard in Severodvinsk

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A fire has broken out on a Russian nuclear submarine undergoing repair work at a shipyard in Severodvinsk. The cause of the fire is believed to be related to welding work. Firefighters may submerge burning Russian nuclear sub to put out the dry dock fire. FULL STORY: http://on.rt.com/qjzq3w COURTESY: RT's RUPTLY video agency, NO RE-UPLOAD, NO REUSE - FOR LICENSING, PLEASE, CONTACT http://ruptly.tv RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
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Russia: Nuclear submarine Prince Pozharsky laid down in Severodvinsk

Russia: Nuclear submarine Prince Pozharsky laid down in Severodvinsk

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The eighth Borei-class nuclear submarine named Knyaz (Prince) Pozharsky was laid down in the Russian city of Severodvinsk, Friday. The Prince Pozharsky submarine is the final one in a series of eight Borei-class submarines and the fifth of the advanced Borei-A-class ones. Three nuclear submarines of the Borei-class, the Yury Dolgorukiy, the Alexander Nevsky and the Vladimir Monomakh, were already handed over to the Russian Navy. SOT, Vice-Admiral Viktor Bursuk, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy (Russian): "I congratulate you on this festive occasion, the laying down of the ship that completes the 955A series project and actually completes a series of ships that will re-equip the nuclear constituent of Russia's triad." Video ID: 20161223-053 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Russian Submarine Finally Completed After 20 Years

Russian Submarine Finally Completed After 20 Years

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Russia recently completed a 20-year long project. It's a submarine called the K-329 Severodvinsk. Russia recently completed a 20-year long project. It's a submarine called the K-329 Severodvinsk, although a recent re-designation reportedly now refers to it as the K-560. It's job is to hunt other subs, ships and land-based targets. The newly finished submarine is powered by a nuclear reactor. The Russian Navy has officially accepted the Severodvinsk as their own. It's part of Yasen-class submarines which will soon become the Navy's conventional sub force. The craft wasn't exactly easy to complete. Construction started on the submarine back in 1993. The post-Soviet transition left very little room in the budget for the project. Finally in 2010, the Severodvinsk was launched and one year later, in 2011, ocean trials were underway. On Tuesday, a flag raising ceremony of the Russian Navy on the submarine was held, proving the craft was a success in test runs. For the next 30 years, the Severodvinsk will remain in service. The submarine measures 393 feet in length. It can travel up to 30 knots while underwater and has a submerged displacement of over 13,000 tons. The Navy's newest prize is the first of the Yasen submarines. Two additional Yasen submarines are currently being built while work on a third one is scheduled to get started next month.
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RUSSIA'S MOST POWERFUL NUCLEAR ATTACK SUBMARINE EVER IS ALMOST READY FOR SEA || WARTHOG 2017

RUSSIA'S MOST POWERFUL NUCLEAR ATTACK SUBMARINE EVER IS ALMOST READY FOR SEA || WARTHOG 2017

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Russia is set to launch its second Yasen-class nuclear-powered attack submarine on March 30. Called Kazan, the new vessel is an upgraded Project 885M design that is in many ways much more capable than the lead ship of the class, K-560 Severodvinsk. "Kazan is expected to be rolled out and put afloat on March 30," a Russian defense source told the Moscow-based TASS news agency.
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RUSSIA READYING KAZAN, MOST POWERFUL ATTACK SUBMARINE: TOP 5 FACTS

RUSSIA READYING KAZAN, MOST POWERFUL ATTACK SUBMARINE: TOP 5 FACTS

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INTRODUCTION: Russia has floated its new state-of-the-art nuclear-powered multipurpose submarine called Kazan, second vessel of Yasen class. The Russian Navy will take delivery of Kazan in 2018, after sea trials. Once the vessel is operational, she will be the most formidable enemy submarine that the U.S. & NATO has ever faced. According to one of the U.S. Navy’s top submarine officers, Rear Admiral Dave Johnson. "We’ll be facing tough potential opponents. One only has to look at the Severodvinsk, [first vessel of Yasen class], Russia’s version of a nuclear guided missile submarine (SSGN). I am so impressed with this ship that I had build a model from unclassified da ta so that he could look at it every day on his way to his office”. It must be noted that Kazan is more advanced that even Severodvinsk, which was referred to by Rear Admiral Dave Johnson. Let us now go into the details. DEVELOPMENT Kazan is the second boat of the Yasen class, separated from the first by 16 years (1993-2009). Considerable changes were made to this from the first vessel Severodvinsk. The Russian navy declared that the submarine would be improved in comparison to Severodvinsk. Differences in the project have appeared sufficient to consider it as a new updated version named Yasen-M. Yasen-M is intended as a substantial improvement, based on the lessons learned from the lengthy development, construction, and testing process for the original Yasen class. DESIGN: The Yasen class vessels are a departure from previous Soviet and Russian submarine designs. Unlike older Soviet vessels, submarines of this class are multi-mission boats similar in concept to American vessels like the Seawolf or Virginia classes. The Yasen-M class vessels are 120 meters long, have a submerged displacement of 13800 tons, and can travel up to 31 knots (57 kph) while submerged. They are also designed to dive to a maximum depth of 600 meters. Each ship of this class is designed to operate independently for up to 100 days. ARMAMENT: The submarine has massive armament capacity and is capable of anti-submarine, anti-ship, and land-attack missions.  Compared to the first vessel of-class, Kazan will reportedly have 2 more VLS silos that are 10, compared to 8 on Severodvinsk, and 2 fewer torpedo tubes 8, compared to 10 on Severodvinsk. The 10 VLS silos can carry 40 [ 10 x 4 ] Oniks missile, or 50 [ 10 x 5 ] Kalibr anti-ship missile. Oniks is supersonic anti-ship cruise missile, capable of speed upto Mach 2.5 and has a range of 600 km. This will be used in Anti Ship role. The Kalibr is equivalent to the American Tomahawk cruise missile in many parameters such as range, warhead and propulsion. It has a 2500 km range, a 450 kg (1000 pound) high-explosive warhead and a turbofan engine. Similar to Tomahawk, it has a speed of 0.8 mach. This will be used for Land Attacks. The 8 torpedo tubes of 650mm, can carry 24 [ 8 x 3 ] heavy weight torpedoes. These can be equipped with Type 65 torpedo for Anti Submarine warfare. The torpedo has a range of 50 km at 93 km/h and 100 km at 56 km/h. CONCLUSION: Russia plans to build a total of 7 Yasen class submarines. 4 of these Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Arkhangelsk and Perm are currently under construction, at the Sevmash shipyards at the White Sea port city of Severodvinsk. Russia’s growing state-of-the-art submarine fleet is apparently generating anxiety among the US military. In June 2016, Vice Admiral James Foggo 3, commander of the US 6th Fleet, wrote in the June issue of the US Naval Institute’s magazine that, “an effective, skilled, and technologically advanced Russian submarine force is challenging” NATO’s maritime dominance. Not only is Russia developing more powerful submarines but is also deploying them in more patrols. Admiral Vladimir Korolyov, the commander-in-chief of the Russian navy, said his submarine crews spent more than 3,000 days under the water last year alone. He added, Russian subs are patrolling the seas at levels last seen during the Cold War.
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Russia's Next TWO Submarine Projects Feature Some VERY Advanced Tech than USA Submarine Tech

Russia's Next TWO Submarine Projects Feature Some VERY Advanced Tech than USA Submarine Tech

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Military Update News : Russia's Next TWO Submarine Projects Feature Some VERY Advanced Tech than USA Submarine Tech. In March 2017, Russia’s new Yasen-class nuclear attack submarine Kazan launched at the northern port city of Severodvinsk. Perhaps the quietest Russian submarine ever, the event was further evidence the Kremlin can still build capable and lethal subs capable of a variety of missions But it won’t be enough. The Russian navy — already badly depleted since the collapse of the Soviet Union — can’t quickly replace most of its existing nuclear submarine fleet, which is approaching the end of its collective lifespan. The outcome will likely mean a shrinking of the Russian nuclear submarine force in the years ahead. Before Comment , please connect your tongue to your brain (Thumbnail : Foto Ilustration) Translate My Video : Visit : http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCIgX9iz-QcvOvvVPiwM-uDg Visit me here : https://twitter.com/MiliterDunia www.TribunIndo.Comm Other Videos : ----Terrible Technology Of Stealth Fighter F-35, NightMare For Russian https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNsn_Z3IO5I ----SR-71Supersonic Blackbird With Terrible Technology (Nightmare TO Russian) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPRf4TIje9w Contact US Here : twitter : https://twitter.com/MiliterDunia Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/102076996241966347648/+MilitaryUpdateNews facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DetikMiliter/ tumblr : http://militaryops.tumblr.com/ pinterest : https://id.pinterest.com/MIlitaryUpdate/
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MEGA SUB! World’s BIGGEST SUBMARINE ever constructed! (Soviet Typhoon/Akula Class Submarine.)

MEGA SUB! World’s BIGGEST SUBMARINE ever constructed! (Soviet Typhoon/Akula Class Submarine.)

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MEGA SUB! World’s BIGGEST SUBMARINE ever constructed! (Soviet Typhoon/Akula Class Submarine.) This is the legendary Akula class submarine (the biggest in the world) that inspired the book and movie, The Hunt for Red October. Constructed by the U.S.S.R and first deployed in 1981, this gigantic, nuclear-powered submarine is the biggest ever made. Known by NATO as the Typhoon, it measures 175 meters in length (that’s about 570 feet) and displaces a whopping 48,000 tons when submerged. Its twin pressurized-water nuclear reactors produce 255,000 thousand horse-power, each, so it can travel quietly at over 50 kilometres per hour. Designed to operate for months on end beneath the polar icecap, the Typhoon is armed with 20 nuclear ballistic missiles, each equipped with 10 multiple re-entry vehicle warheads. This means that the ice-breaking Typhoon can single-handedly shower a Western opponent with 200 nuclear warheads. Six of these devastating Cold-War-era machines were built, thankfully, due their age and budget constraints; there remains only one Typhoon in active service. ***The Music*** -- called "Hitman" -- was composed by the benevolent, very talented, internet legend, Mr. Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1300013
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Project 885M - Upgraded Yasen-class Submarine SSGN - Russian Navy - Kazan

Project 885M - Upgraded Yasen-class Submarine SSGN - Russian Navy - Kazan

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The Severodvinsk-class submarine (Russian: Проект 885 "Ясень", "ash tree"; NATO reporting name: "Severodvinsk") is the newest Russian nuclear-powered multipurpose attack submarine.Based on the Akula-class submarine and the Alfa-class submarine, it is projected to replace Russia's Soviet-era attack submarines, both Akula and Oscar-class submarine.
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Second Yasen class nuclear submarine to be put afloat on March 30

Second Yasen class nuclear submarine to be put afloat on March 30

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Second Yasen-class nuclear submarine to be put afloat on March 30 The second Yasen-class multipurpose nuclear-powered submarine Kazan will be put afloat in Severodvinsk on March 30, a source in the Russian military-industrial complex informed TASS "Kazan is expected to be rolled out and put afloat on March 30," he said. "Kazan" has been built at the Sevmash shipyard in Severodvinsk, a port city in Russia’s White Sea, since 2009. This is the second Yasen-class submarine and first submarine built under the upgraded project 885M. A source at Sevmash earlier told TASS that "Kazan" would be transferred to the Russian Navy in 2018. The Yasen-class nuclear-powered multi-purpose submarines have been designed by the St. Petersburg Malakhit (Malachite) Marine Engineering Bureau. The first Project 885 submarine cruiser "Severodvinsk" was transfer to the Russian Navy on June 17, 2014. The multipurpose nuclear-powered submarines "Kazan," "Novosibirsk", "Krasnoyarsk," "Arkhangelsk" and "Perm" are built under the upgraded Yasen-M project. It is planned to build a total of seven submarines. Source : https://goo.gl/zyfvM2 =================================================== DISCLAIMER: Information, Facts or Opinion expressed in this Video are Presented as Sources and do not reflects views of NEW UPDATE DEFENCE and hence NEW UPDATE DEFENCE is not liable or responsible for the same. The Sources are responsible for accuracy, Completeness, suitaibility and Validity of any information in this Documentary.
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Russia launches second Yasen-class submarine

Russia launches second Yasen-class submarine

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The second Yasen-class submarine named "Kazan" was launched in Severodvinsk on Friday. The launching ceremony was attended by Deputy Premier Dmitry Rogozin and Russian Navy Commander-in-Chief Vladimir Korolev. The series of seven Yasen-class submarines are to be built before 2020. Rogozin said that the boats will let Russia confidently defend its interests in the international level. Project 885 Yasen-class is the newest Russian nuclear-powered multipurpose attack submarine. These ships are armed with cruise missiles, land attack missiles, anti-submarine missiles, and torpedoes.
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RUSSIA: SEVERODVINSK: NUCLEAR SUBMARINE IS DISMANTLED

RUSSIA: SEVERODVINSK: NUCLEAR SUBMARINE IS DISMANTLED

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Russian/Nat Scores of de-commissioned nuclear submarines have been rusting in the port of Severodvinsk in Russia for years, posing a threat to the fragile Arctic environment. Russia has only two nuclear waste-handling terminals and one train to transport spent fuel to its only processing plant, known as Chelyabinsk-45, in Western Siberia. APTV has obtained unique pictures of the dismantling of one of Russia's nuclear submarines - starting from the unloading of fuel to the beginning of the long trek back to Chelyabinsk-45. Once the pride of the Soviet fleet, this nuclear submarine is at the end of its active life and has returned to be dismantled at the shipyard were it was first built. Its deadly cargo of nuclear waste once posed no problem for the Northern Fleet - it was simply dumped into the sea. But now Russia is answerable to the ecological demands of the rest of the world it has to dispose of fuel rods more responsibly. But defence cuts has meant that shortcuts are taken - workers are supplied with little in the way of protection against radiation except a mask and gloves. They stand perilously close to the fuel rods as they are winched out of the hull of the sub while officers can stay at a safe distance, watching the operation on a close circuit television. There is little money to ensure even the most basic safety requirements and those workers who haven't been laid off yet haven't been paid in months. SOUNDBITE:(Russian) At this moment our crew level is only at half capacity. And each member of the crew has to do the work of two men. SUPER CAPTION: Anatoly Lobachenko, Submarine Commander The nuclear fuel was produced at the once secret facility in Chelyabinsk-45 in Western Siberia. The fuel rods must now make a return journey to source by train - along a potentially hazardous route across half of Russia. That is why authorities claim that the train, the only one of its kind, is bomb proof and safe from terrorist attacks SOUNDBITE: It is the container that is the main element of the safety system because it holds spent fuel. And the containers are absolutely safe and their design is such that nuclear waste can't leak out. SUPER CAPTION: Mikhail Sharov, Head of nuclear train convoy As crime and acts of terrorism increase in Russia, so do the chances of the train becoming a target somewhere along its two-thousand kilometre journey to Chelyabinsk-45. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/26d77c0cb5cb5daf8d86295c49a40cf9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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