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Russian/Soviet Submarine Launched Ballistic Missiles

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In 2017, the ocean based mostly ingredient of the Russian Federation nuclear deterrent triad was nicely superior in its modernisation with the introduction of Mission 955 Borey Strategic Missile Service submarines armed with the RMS-56 Bulava submarine launched ballistic missile. The Mission 955/Bulava was launched as a substitute for the Mission 677BDR Strategic Missile Service submarines armed with R-29RKU-1/2 ballistic missiles and the Mission 667BDRM Strategic Missile Service submarines armed with R-29RMU1/2/2.1 ballistic missiles. The Mission 677BDR was on the verge of retirement while the Mission 667BDRM was set to serve, in decreasing numbers, nicely into the third decade of the twenty first century and presumably past, with an higher out of service date of 2030. The only real operational Mission 941U Akula Heavy Ballistic Missile (Submarine) Cruiser remained in service in an operational/trials position with no out of service date introduced by the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation.

The Russian Federation was the most important successor state from the dissolution of the Soviet Union in December 1991. This latter state launched the world’s first submarine launched ballistic missile and submarine based mostly ballistic missile platform to service in 1959, sowing the seeds for 4 plus generations of missile submarines in Soviet and latter Russian Federation service. It was not, nonetheless, till the introduction of the Mission 667A, armed, from 1968, with R-27 ballistic missile, that such submarine platforms started to be known as Strategic Missile Carriers. The Mission 667A was the template for 4 extra Strategic Missile Service designs – the Mission 667B/BD/BDR/BDRM armed with more and more succesful intercontinental vary ballistic missiles of the R-29/R/RK/RM collection. These programs have been, from 1983, augmented by the Mission 941/U Heavy Ballistic Missile (Submarine) Cruisers armed with the R-39/U – the biggest and strongest ballistic missile ever fielded on a submarine launch platform.

This quantity units out to doc the 4 generations of Soviet and later Russian Federation submarine launched ballistic missiles carried on the 4 generations of standard and nuclear powered ballistic missiles submarines which have served the Soviet and Russian Federation Northern and Pacific fleets since 1959. All technical and historic data has been furnished by the respective design bureaus, producers and the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation with extra enter from western intelligence businesses.

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