Russia Has Two Missing Nuclear Weapons (We Know Where They Are)
The National Interest -

Robert Farley


It sank with its nuclear payload onboard and unsecured. 

Here's What You Need to Remember: On April 12, the K-8 sank with some forty crew members aboard, coming to rest at a rough depth of 15,000 feet. The depth made any effort at recovering the submarine, and the nuclear torpedoes, impractical.

The Bay of Biscay is one of the world’s great submarine graveyards. In late World War II, British and American aircraft sank nearly seventy German U-boats in the Bay, which...

Read this story at


Related Articles