This Nuclear-Powered Russian Submarine Fired Anti-Ship Cruise Missiles
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Peter Suciu

Russia, Europe

It wasn't the first time Moscow has tested such a weapon.

Here's What You Need to Know: The K-266 Oryol is one of three of the “Oscar II” Soviet-era submarines still serving in the Russian Northern Fleet.

In October 2020, the crew of the Russian Navy’s nuclear-powered submarine Oryol (K-266 Orel) took part in an exercise in the Barents and reportedly fired a P700 Granit anti-ship cruise missile from a submerged position. The press office of the Northern Fleet told...

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