Monday, September 21, 2009

What's that being loaded on Yura?

9 comments:

steve said...

Bulava = Inert Round?

russiannavyblog said...

Or a ballast can, probably.

Anonymous said...

loading or un-loading... can anyone be certain from this photo. If it is loading I'm supposing a missile. If unloading, then probably a missile.

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How???

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Anonymous said...

a canabalized missile "can" from another broken ballistic missile sub?

Oleg said...

a cannabalised missile can? you do realise that the only missile that can fit in a Borei submarine is a Bulava? And I dont think there are many broken Bulava missile cans from "other broken submarines" lying around.

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