Modern Russian Navy Submarines
The Russian Navy maintains the second most powerful underwater fighting force in the world behind the United States.There are a total of 8 Modern Russian Navy Submarines in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.
Vessels currently under construction or planned for service are also included in this listing.
Due to ongoing Russian Navy budget issues, the powerful Akula K-284 nuclear-powered attack submarine was decommissi...
Alexander Nevsky K-550, a new Russian Navy ballistic missile submarine, formed the second boat of the Borei-class w...
The Typhoon-class is well known for being the largest class of submarines ever built - and among one of the quietes...
INS Chakra began life as the Nerpa of the Russian Navy - the boat leased to the Indian Navy through a 2004 deal bet...
Though entering service in 1982, the Kilo-class is still in use by the Russian Navy among other operators world-wid...
The mighty Kursk was lost to an accidental internal torpedo explosion during a Russian military exercise....
Vladimir Monomakh K-551 was commissioned into service with the modern Russian Navy on December 19th, 2014....