See the latest Russian submarine launched missiles from the seabed for the first time

See the latest Russian submarine launched missiles from the seabed for the first time


The Russian Navy's latest nuclear-powered submarine, Knyaz Vladimir, has successfully launched a ballistic missile from the seabed, traveling from the White Sea to Kamchatka.

A video released by the Russian Defense Ministry on October 30 shows the scene of the Knyaz Vladimir submarine firing an RSM-56 Bulava ballistic missile from a sinking position. Originating from the White Sea, the rocket struck a target on the Kamchatka Peninsula, in the Russian Far East.

See the latest Russian submarine launched missiles from the seabed for the first time

Joining the Russian Navy in 2017, Knyaz Vladimir is the newest member of the upgraded Borei-class submarine fleet. The ship is currently undergoing sea trials.

In August, another Borei-class submarine Yuri Dolgorukiy successfully launched a Bulava rocket.

Thanh Hao


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