Russian Navy Rising

January 2014
Vayau Aerospace & Defence Review;2014, Issue 1, p83
Academic Journal
The article focuses on Russian Navy's fourth-generation nuclear-powered missile submarine (SSBN) Borei-class, also known as Project 955. Topics discussed include impact of break-up of Soviet Union on development of Russian nuclear missile submarines, Russia's first Borie-class submarine called Yury Dolgorukiy which was laid down in November 1996 at the Sevmash shipyard in Severodvinsk, Russia, and Russian defence industry's Borei/Bulava programme.


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