The Russian Ministry of Defense released information on December 12 that on that day, the nuclear submarine Vladimir Monomakh fired four Brava intercontinental ballistic missiles from the waters of the Sea of Okhotsk to the shooting range in Arkhangelsk Oblast in northwest Russia.
According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, the missile test is part of the regular combat training plan of the Russian Pacific Fleet.
Sources pointed out that the missile flew normally and the warhead successfully reached the designated area. The nuclear submarine Vladimir Monomach is the third submarine built within the framework of the North Wind God project.
It has been tested many times before firing Brava missiles. The Brava intercontinental ballistic missile adopts three-stage rocket boost and solid fuel as propellant.
It is a sea-based intercontinental ballistic missile improved by the Russian army based on the “Poplar-M” land-based intercontinental ballistic missile with a range of 10,000 kilometers.