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Alexander Nevsky (The second Borei class submarine) while the sub was launched at Sevmash shipyard. It shows clear that the bow planes are retractable.

Alexander Nevsky (The second Borei class submarine) while the sub was launched at Sevmash shipyard. It shows clear that the bow planes are retractable.

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The Russian Navy gave the defenсe industry an assignment to develop submarines, Navy Chief Viktor Chirkov said on Thursday.

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Developed in the ‘60s at the height of the Cold War, it remains the fastest of its kind till this very day. Its propulsion system was so powerful that it required an overhaul after a single high-speed mission. It could operate at unrivaled elevations, was ridiculously expensive to operate and its very existence sent the US into a frenzy trying to counter it.

Developed in the ‘60s at the height of the Cold War, it remains the fastest of its kind till this very day. Its propulsion system was so powerful that it required an overhaul after a single high-speed mission. It could operate at unrivaled elevations, was ridiculously expensive to operate and its very existence sent the US into a frenzy trying to counter it.

Chesapeake Bay (July 30, 2004) - The nuclear powered attack submarine, USS Albany (SSN 753) transits the Chesapeake Bay as it returns from a scheduled six-month deployment. U.S. Navy photo by Photographers Mate 2nd Class Steven J. Weber (RELEASED)

Chesapeake Bay (July 30 - The nuclear powered attack submarine USS Albany (SSN transits the Chesapeake Bay as it returns from a scheduled six-month deployment. Navy photo by Photographers Mate Class Steven J.