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Russia's three ballistic missile submarines are patrolling in the Arctic

Russia's three ballistic missile submarines are patrolling in the Arctic

Russia's three ballistic missile submarines are continuously patrolling the war of occupation in the Arctic. A few days ago, the Russian Ministry of Defense released a video detailing the arrival of its submarines. Earlier, these submarines patrolled the area, but never made public their presence on the surface. Russia reported that the simultaneous landing of three nuclear submarines into the Arctic is part of the Umka-2021 naval exercise. although, The Russian Defense Ministry has not confirmed what types of nuclear submarines are participating in this exercise beginning on March 20. Specialists claimed that the two submarines deployed in the Arctic belonged to the Delta IV class submarines. They are also known as Project 667BDRM Delfins. The rest of the sack class is said to be the Kinyas Vladimir ballistic missile submarine. It is the only submarine of its class currently commissioned in the Russian Army. The Bori class submarines are Russia's most advanced ballistic missile submarines. Russia's Delta VI and the Bori class nuclear submarines are extremely dangerous. Both these submarines can fire 16 RSM-56 Bulava missiles that can hit 8000 kilometers. This missile is so deadly that despite covering such a distance of 120 to 350 meters Can hit its target with accuracy. Apart from this, these submarines can be equipped with 6 to 10 multiple independent reentry vehicles (MIRV). In which nuclear warhead can be fitted.

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