Submarine

(redirected from Nuclear submarines)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.
A type of torture in which the victim’s head or body is immersed in excrement and urine
References in periodicals archive ?
PEKyN (CyHAN)- China completed the development of its fourth-generation nuclear submarine, media reports said late last week.
Russia's Sevmash enterprise is likely to start the construction of a next generation Project Yasen-M multirole nuclear submarine of on March 16.
com/news/214563-robot-drone-russia-submarine/) RIA-Novosti that the new nuclear submarines will be equipped with both new and contemporary weapons.
Nuclear submarines, " which can be at sea for months at a time, rely on a range of skilled staff for their safe operation.
He responded: "I did notice the Scottish Government no longer wishes to have the nuclear submarine base at Faslane, It no longer wishes to house the UK naval nuclear fleet.
The First Minister told the Senedd that if the SNP wanted to remove the fleet of nuclear submarines from Faslane on the west coast of Scotland it - and the jobs which went with it - would be welcomed in Milford Haven.
Imagine the devastating affects in case some incident on board of one of Indian's nuclear submarines either at Sea of in the harbour takes place.
The navy is also working on a new base near the Andhra Pradesh coast for its nuclear submarines.
The Arihant will join the 8,000-ton Chakra, the former Russian nuclear submarine Nerpa, an Akula II class vessel which India took control of in January.
All of these logistical issues, however, pale in comparison to the larger issue of the complete lack of necessity for nuclear submarines in the Canadian security context.
John Ainslie, co-ordinator of Scottish CND, said: "This is just the latest in a long line of incidents involving nuclear submarines off the west coast of Scotland.
Summary: Israel is planning to permanently station three German-build nuclear submarines in the Gulf near the Iranian coastline, the Sunday Times reported on Sunday.

Full browser ?