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Soviet submarine K-129 (1960) - Wikipedia, the free ...
K-129 was a Project 629A (NATO reporting name Golf-II) diesel-electric powered submarine of the Soviet Pacific Fleet, one of six Project 629 strategic ballistic ...
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The Soviet Submarine K-129, diesel powered, and nuclear missle capable
Project Azorian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Azorian" (erroneously called "Jennifer" after its Top Secret Security Compartment by the press) was the code name for a U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA ...
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January 21, 2007: The wreck of a World War II submarine was discovered by accident near Java on Thanksgiving Day 2006, according to officials of the "USS ...
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Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Red November: Inside the Secret U.S.-Soviet Submarine War at Amazon.com. Read honest and unbiased product reviews ...
The USS Scorpion Buried at Sea - History Net
The following summary was sent to the Chief of Naval Operations, the Director of Naval Intelligence, Commander Submarine Forces and the Naval History and Heritage ...
Submarine History 1945-2000: A Timeline of Development
Illustrated submarine history from 1945-2000 ... 1943 The Germans underestimated the industrial capacity of the United States.
USN Ships--USNS Mizar (T-AK-272, later T-AGOR-11)
Photo #: NH 79130 USNS Mizar (T-AGOR-11) Photographed on a winter day in the middle or later 1960s. U.S. NHHC Photograph. Online Image: 72KB; 740 x 585 pixels
New evidence suggests Soviets may have sunk the sub ...
The Soviet Union blamed the U.S. for the sinking of their own submarine, the K-129. Did they torpedo the Scorpion and its crew of 99 in retaliation? New evidence ...
US admits salvaging sunken Soviet submarine - Telegraph
US admits salvaging sunken Soviet submarine The American government has finally revealed details of a secret mission to raise a sunken Soviet submarine.

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