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Russia Creates New-Generation Diesel Submarine
13.01.2009 08:45
Russia Creates New-Generation Diesel Submarine

Russia has been creating new diesel submarines named Lada. This was reported January 13 by the first deputy CEO of Russian Technology state corporation Alexei Aleshin.
      According to Alexei Aleshin, the submarine has become the Navys brightest innovative project. He also marked that it will be an absolutely new product. 120 new technologies are being used for its creation.
      Construction of the first submarines within Lada 667 project started in 1977. Their functions include enemy submarines and ships destruction, protection of navy bases, coasts and sea communications, and reconnaissance operations. The combination of a low noise level, small size and power is the main feature of Lada submarines.


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