Russian Navy test-fired it’s new SLBM, the Bulava Ballistic Missile

Russian Navy nuclear-powered submarine Generalissimus Suvorov has successfully launched a ballistic missile Bulava during the final phase of government certification tests, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Thursday. The launch was carried out from the White Sea at the Kura proving ground in Kamchatka. Russian News Agency, TASS has covered the news about the test … Read more

Meet the next-generation nuclear-powered submarines of the Indian Navy, the S-5 Class

Ballistic Missile Submarines are very important for the Indian Armed Forces in improving and making the nuclear triad of India more capable and powerful. After the success of the first nuclear-powered submarines of the Indian Navy, the Arihant-class, the indian navy has planned to design and develop a new and much more capable class of … Read more

India to commission its 2nd Nuclear-powered Submarine, INS Arighat in 2023

Indian Navy will induct the second nuclear-powered submarine of the nation in the early months of 2023. The sea trails of the submarine are going to finish soon. INS Arighat is a upgraded varient of the Arihant-class of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines currently being built for the Indian Navy. The submarine has four missile launching … Read more

India test fires SLBM from Indigenously-developed Nuclear-powered Submarine INS Arihant

Indian Navy carried out test launch of a submarine launched ballistic missile on October 14, 2022. India operates three indigenous homemade ballistic missile submarines and has developed two submarine-launched surface-to-surface missiles, the K-15 and the K-4. After the US, Russia, the UK, France, and China, India is the sixth country in the world to have … Read more

Where did the Russian Navy Poseidon Nuclear Torpedo equipped submarine Belgorod disappeared?

The Russian Navy’s submarine Belgorod has recently “disappeared” from Western tracking systems. The worrying thing is that Belgorod carries a massive nuclear weapon, a weapon capable of destroying an entire continent. It is common for submarines of countries to go to sea, but this time it was “massively reported by the Western press”. Because of … Read more

Royal Navy detected Russian Nuclear Submarines in the North Sea

The Royal Navy has claimed that they have successfully detected one of Russia’s most secretive nuclear-powered submarine, which has been identified as a Project 855 Yasen sub. The British Royal Navy announced that their warship and P-8A Posiden anti-submarine aircraft detected the russian submarine in the Northern Seas. This Yasen class submarine is capable of … Read more

Russia decommissioned world’s largest Typhoon class nuclear submarine

In the complete formation of Russian military power, nuclear weapons and their means of delivery are extremely important. Among them, the Russian Navy has nuclear submarines, especially ballistic missile submarines, that can compete with were designed and built to be able to compete with the United States, including the largest submarine ever built in human … Read more

Aircraft Carrier or Nuclear Submarine: which one is harder to build?

Aircraft carriers and nuclear submarines, one that dominates the sea and the sky and the other that rules the underwater, are the deadliest maritime weapons in naval warfare. There are only six countries in the world that can build them independently. So here comes the question, which one is harder to build, an Aircraft Carrier … Read more

United States Navy commissions Block IV Virginia-Class Attack Submarine USS Montana

The United States Navy commissioned USS Montana (SSN-794), a Block IV Virginia-class nuclear-powered cruise missile fast-attack submarine on 25 June 2022 at Naval Station Norfolk. The Virginia-class is the United States Navy’s latest submarine model, which incorporates the latest technologies such as stealth, intelligence gathering, and advanced weapons systems. According to a detailed report published … Read more

Ohio class submarine: Underwater King, can carry 24 Trident SLBM

The “most powerful weapon” of the US Navy is not nuclear-powered aircraft carrier with a displacement of up to 100,000 tons, nor a large amphibious assault ship with multiple combat capabilities, but a strategic nuclear powered ballistic missile submarine that rarely makes public appearances. How big is the strategic dominance and deterrence of the US … Read more