According to a report from Russia’s TASS News Agency on December 12, the Borei-class strategic nuclear submarine “Vladimir Noomomach” of the Russian Navy’s Pacific Fleet achieved the first salvo of four “Blava” submarine-launched ballistic missiles.
The missile was fired from the Sea of Okhotsk to the Chiza shooting range in Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russia.
According to the report, the Russian Ministry of Defense told reporters that the launch mission of the “Vladimir Noomomach” is part of the planned combat training activities.
All missiles are flying in a predetermined state.
According to monitoring data, the missile warhead Finally successfully hit the designated area of the Qizha shooting range.
According to data, the “Vladimir Noomomach” nuclear submarine is the third boat of the Borei-class nuclear submarine and joined the Russian Navy in 2014.
According to a report from the TASS news agency on the 10th, the Russian strategic nuclear force exercise was held on December 9, and the exercise was commanded by Putin, the supreme commander of the Russian armed forces.
The video released by the Russian Ministry of Defense shows that the Russian Air Force’s Tu-160 and Tu-95MS strategic bombers launched KH-101 and KH-555 cruise missiles, and the Russian Navy’s “Karelia” strategic nuclear submarine launched a “covy”.
Submarine-launched ballistic missiles. The Russian strategic missile force launched a land-based intercontinental ballistic missile from the Plesetsk launch site.
The missile hit the Kula shooting range on the Kamchatka Peninsula and Pianbo in the Komi Republic in central Russia. The Iraqi shooting range successfully completed the mission objective.