Voronezh had been in the part of a fishing that is stricken, so she picked up the crew before a storm came. See article. holy fack that sub is 500 feet long It's additionally about half the weight ...
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- Voronezh was in the area of a stricken fishing boat, so she picked up the crew before a storm came. See article.
- holy fack that sub is 500 feet long
- It's also about half the weight and volume of the Typhoon class SSBN.
- Oscar < Ohio (US) < Typhoon That applies in terms of age of design as well as size. The only exception to the "newer = bigger" trend in strategic subs is the new Russian Dolgorukiy class, which falls between the Ohio and the Typhoon. It's also the only post-Cold War class of strategic subs produced by any country.
- Certainly one way to get rescued, amazing photo really helps put the size of these monsters into perspective.
- That's odd. You can tell from the photos that the fishing boat has power.
- And you can tell by the article that it was low on fuel and facing an imminent storm
- big uss AShM http://historywarsweapons.com/wp-content/uploads/image/P-700_Granit.JPG Kirov for reference.
- Apparently the motorboat in the picture that OP linked is about as long as a p-700 missile. And an Oscar can carry up to 24 of them.
- The idea was to use the US-A orbital radar system or Tu-95/142 MP aircraft to detect a carrier group in wartime, then radio it in to subs like this or the Slava or Kirov class cruisers, which would blow their whole loads to try and get through the carriers defense screen.
- It might be the pilot (dude who helps guide the ship into a port)
- Well now that guy has one hell of a story for the grandkids
- The Old Man and the SSBN
- Moby Sub
- I'm positive I've seen a video of a small civilian boat next to a surfaced sub, the sub is somehow connected to the boat and nobody knows it, the sub dives and destroys the boat.
- It's this video. The tug got hung up on the starboard stern plane of USS Georgia . If the Ohios didn't have end plates on its stern planes, the tug probably wouldn't have sank.
- This seemed almost comical until I found out that two guys didn't make it out 🙁 https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Secota_(YTM-415) Read more comments