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The Massive Soviet Sub That Inspired 'Hunt For Red October'

The Massive Soviet Sub That Inspired 'Hunt For Red October'

The Russian nuclear powered Typhoon-class submarine armed with nuclear SLBMs.

The Massive Soviet Sub That Inspired 'Hunt For Red October'

The Massive Soviet Sub That Inspired 'Hunt For Red October'

Pr. 941 Akula (NATO Typhoon) - Imgur

Pr. 941 Akula (NATO Typhoon)

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Project Typhoon/Akula class… the "Shark" HQ Photos)

Most individual Soviet and Russian submarines are designated K for Kreyserskaya or Cruiser (B for Bol'shaya or Large if diesel or old), but only the Typhoons received the special designation of TK for Tyazholaya Kreyserskaya or Heavy Cruiser.

Pr. 941 Akula (NATO Typhoon)

Most individual Soviet and Russian submarines are designated K for Kreyserskaya or Cruiser (B for Bol'shaya or Large if diesel or old), but only the Typhoons received the special designation of TK for Tyazholaya Kreyserskaya or Heavy Cruiser.

Aft section of the Soviet/Russian Project 941 nuclear submarine in dry dock. Sailor for scale. [800x534]

One of Six Typhoon Class Soviet Submarines the largest class of Submarines ever built

TK-13 (front), TK-12 (middle), TK-208 (back)

Pr. 941 Akula (NATO Typhoon)

Soviet Typhoon submarines, (front), (middle), (back)

Yankee Sidecar or Project 667M/Andromeda-class, an experimental SSGN conversion(in the lines of the operational Yankee Notch or Project 667AT/Grusha-class). K-420 converted into an SSGN in 1983 and decommissioned and scrapped in 1990.

Yankee Sidecar or Project an experimental SSGN conversion(in the lines of the operational Yankee Notch or Project converted into an SSGN in 1983 and decommissioned and scrapped in

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(NATO reporting name: Typhoon), a type of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine deployed by the Soviet Navy in the The Typhoons are the largest class of submarine ever built. Photo: Russian Submarines Info: Wikipedia

Inside a Soviet Typhoon-class submarine.

Marvel at the bewildering collection of machinery within a submarine Submarines have to be some of the most sophisticated pieces of machi.

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