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  1. Turbinia


    Turbinia: fastest boat in the world (1896)
    When it was perfected in 1896, it was literally twice as fast as anything in service with Navies. The world of naval combat was changed forever....

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  2. Sarov_Submarine_update

    OSINT: Russia's Sarov Class special test submarine in shed
    Sometimes it is what is missing rather than what is present that is interesting in a satellite image...

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  3. K-278_Komsomolets

    MIKE Class: Russia's unique deep-diving attack submarine
    The Ocean’s depths below 600 meters (1,970 ft) are almost exclusively the preserve of research submersibles and underwater engineering mini-subs. Almost. The Soviet Union did commission a single nuclear-armed titanium-hulled Pr.685 attack submarine which could dive to 1,020 meters (3,350 feet), comparable to the US Navy’s famous unarmed NR-1....

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  4. Attack_Class_Submarine

    Attack Class submarine
    The Attack Class diesel-electric submarine will replace the Collins Class in service with the Australian Navy with the first boat, HMAS Attack, to be delivered in the 2030s....

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  5. China_Stretched_KILO

    Debunked: Chinese Navy stretched KILO Class submarine
    In September a new modified KILO Class submarine was seemingly observed during a Chinese training Exercise. The modified KILO is now confirmed as fake....


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  6. SwarmDiver

    SwarmDiver unmanned surface vessel
    Massachusetts based robotics company Aqua Botix have unveiled a new military family of micro-Unmanned surface Vessels.... Read More >....


  7. WTD-71 SDV

    SDV projects from WTD-71 Aquatechnik
    Flag Two-man SDV (Swimmer Delivery Vehicle) built and tested by Wehrtechnische Dienststelle WTD-71 (Technical Center for Ships and Naval Weapons, Marine Technology and Research) in Eckernforde.... Read More >....


  8. Ko-Hyoteki

    Japanese midget submarine attack on Pearl Harbor
    The popular account of Pearl Harbor records that the attack started at 0748hrs local time on 7th December 1941 when hundreds of Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) aircraft appeared over the anchorage and started their attacks. This simplistic version of events suffices for school textbooks and Hollywood movies but the military engagements actually started nearly five hours earlier at 0357hrs. And these first encounters were not against aircraft, but a midget submarine! Read More >....


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