Project 10831 “Losharik” Nuclear Deepwater Station (Infographics)

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The Project 10831 submarine (also known as Losharik) is among  the most classified of the specialized boats of the Russian Main Directorate of Deep-Sea Research (GUGI). Details and data cirtulating over the recent fire on a unrevealed Russian submersible vehicle allows to suggest that it was this very submarine. It’s possible that it may have been involved in some of the most recent Russina military projects like nuclear units of very small dimentions and nuclear-capable unmanned underwater vehicles. MORE HERE

Project 10831 "Losharik" Nuclear Deepwater Station (Infographics)

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Dick Von Dast'Ard

K-152 Nerpa accident

While K-152 Nerpa was undergoing sea trials in the Sea of Japan on 8 November 2008, a fire suppression system was accidentally initiated. The accident killed 20 civilian specialists and navy crew members and injured 21 others.

The incident involved the accidental triggering of a fire extinguishing system which sealed two forward compartments and released Halon 2402 (freon R-114B2), dibromotetrafluoroethane[38] gas into them.[6] According to survivors, those affected by the gas release were caught off guard and may not have been alerted in time due to warning sirens sounding only after the gas had already begun pouring in. Some of the victims were reported to have been unable to turn on breathing kits before they suffocated.[39]

The K-152 Nerpa accident occurred aboard the Russian submarine K-152 Nerpa on 8 November 2008, which resulted in the deaths of 20 people and injuries to 41 more. The accident was blamed on a crew member who was allegedly playing with a fire suppressant system that he thought was not operative. Freon gas was released inside two compartments of the submerged submarine during the vessel’s sea trials in the Sea of Japan. Victims were asphyxiated or suffered frostbite in their lungs.

Toronto Tonto

Russians are not very bright are they .

Dick Von Dast'Ard

Say what you like about the Russians, but at least they aren’t cut-price, 3rd rate Americans.

Toronto Tonto

Just mongrels