13 December 1996 Unlike the United States, Russia did not abandon diesel-powered submarines after its navy entered the nuclear age. Especially effective in shallow, littoral waters, cheaper to build and maintain, generally quieter than their nuclear-powered cousins, diesel-powered submarines are proliferating throughout the world and are a growing concern to the established navies. The latest […]

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