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Modern Russian Navy Submarines

The Russian Navy maintains the second most powerful underwater fighting force in the world behind the United States.

Modern Russian Navy Submarines

The Russian Navy maintains the second most powerful underwater fighting force in the world behind the United States.

OVERVIEW



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.






#1
1984
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Akula (K-284)
Akula (K-284)
Nuclear-Powered Attack Submarine
#2
2013
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Alexander Nevsky (K-550)
Alexander Nevsky (K-550)
Nuclear-Powered Ballistic Missile Attack Submarine
#3
1981
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Dmitri Donskoi (TK-208)
Dmitri Donskoi (TK-208)
Ballistic Missile Submarine
#4
2012
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the INS Chakra (S71)
INS Chakra (S71)
Nuclear-Powered Attack Submarine
#5
1982
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Kilo (class) / (Project 877 Paltus)
Kilo (class) / (Project 877 Paltus)
Diesel-Powered Attack Submarine
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#6
1994
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Kursk (K-141)
Kursk (K-141)
Nuclear-Powered Ballistic Missile Attack Submarine
#7
2014
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Vladimir Monomakh (K-551)
Vladimir Monomakh (K-551)
Nuclear-Powered Ballistic Missile Attack Submarine
#8
2013
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Yuri Dolgoruky (K-535)
Yuri Dolgoruky (K-535)
Nuclear-Powered Ballistic Missile Attack Submarine