Russia’s nuclear submarines can make US “uninhabited” with one strike

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — Russia’s nuclear submarines have become a serious challenge and are capable of making the United States “uninhabited” territory since the first strike, the National Interest newspaper reported.

The newspaper pointed out that Russian submarines during the Cold War “were more noisy,” which makes them “more vulnerable”, and since 1980, Russia has paid attention to this problem and imported technology from Japan and Norway and worked to overcome it, and became compatible in terms of acoustic secrecy with American submarines of class ” Los Angeles,” the backbone of the US Navy.

The newspaper said that these updates made it difficult to monitor the submarine “Poria” (Storm) Russian, which became faster than the submarine “Chio” (US) Chio, stressing that it can destroy the United States and make it a non-viable land, even if US missiles could Destruction of Russian nuclear power on Earth.

According to Russian interest programs, Moscow plans to build eight storm-class submarines, noting that three of them have entered service and joined the Russian navy fleet, Yuri Dolgoruky, Alexander Nevsky, and Vladimir. Monomach, while the fourth submarine “Knyaz Vladimir” is being tested.


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