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Here is a Wikipedia list of sunken nuclear submarines. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sunken_nuclear_submarines Also, the old Soviet Union has dumped some 15 - 18 nuclear reactors into the Kara sea. Overview of Soviet dumping of nuclear wastes. http://www.nti.org/db/nisprofs/russia/naval/waste...
- Sat Dec 27, 2008 12:59 am
- Forum: World Navies Today
- Topic: Top ten most powerful navies in the world
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I would drop the Japanese Navy several slots, as they have no ballistic missile submarines nor do they have any aircraft carriers. The JMSDF's new Hyuga, while having fixed wing capability, does not have an organic air group. Major moves in the next decade. Royal Navy - Betting heavily that the HMS ...
It is the USS Texas (BB-35). Sometime during the late 1930's & very early 1940's The giveaway is the gap between the conning tower and the pilot house level. The USS New York had the area enclosed. The USS Texas would have the gap somewhat filled with the construction of her CIC. The picture can be ...