Submarine


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A type of torture in which the victim’s head or body is immersed in excrement and urine
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The force currently operates only one nuclear-powered submarine, INS Chakra, acquired on a 10-year lease from Russia for almost $1 billion in 2012, but it's not equipped with long-range missiles due to international treaties.
The submarine is the first of six Kilo-class diesel-electric submarines Russia will provide under a 2.
Paradoxically, Buchheim's novel and subsequent movie, both highly critical of the submarine myth, have increased that myth considerably.
The submarine is currently undergoing tests, which only a limited number of officers participate in," an Israeli Navy official told the IDF website.
The commander of the submarine division of the Bulgarian Navy Capt.
With 53 fast attack submarines (SSNs) currently in the submarine fleet, both the Los Angeles- and Virginia-classes have multifaceted missions.
The French company explains that the delivered system is issued from Thales DIVESAT technology and belongs to the second generation of submarine Satcom Terminals manufactured by Thales.
Milliner discussed the man-powered submarine CSS Hunley, which was used in the Civil War.
A firefighting system went off during testing of a nuclear submarine in Russia's Pacific Fleet, a senior navy official was quoted as saying by the Russian Itar-Tass news agency.
BMT is in talks with countries that are interested in using the submarine.
As the crew rushed aboard the submarine before 10,000 spectators at the Port of Galveston, two F/A-18 Hornets roared across the sky, followed by a formation of three World War II-era Navy warplanes.
The development during the 1960s of a new class of submarine that could fire the Polaris ballistic missile intensified the Cold War but kept the peace.

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