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As such, she carries a complement of R-29RM Shtil and R-29RMU Sineva nuclear submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBM) as her primary deterrent mission, along with The Delta class (Project 667B Murena, Project 667BD Murena-M, Project 667BDR Kalmar, Project 667BDRM Delfin) are a common name of four types of submarines which formed the backbone of the Soviet and Russian strategic submarine fleet since their introduction in 1973. The S-300 system was developed to defend against aircraft and cruise missiles for the Soviet Air Defence Forces. Between 1985 and 1990, seven Delta IVs were constructed by the Feb 27, 2017 Delta-class submarine Tula leaving the hangar. . The first boat, K-51 was commissioned into Northern fleet in December 1985. During a modernization refit in 2004, Tula was upgraded with the capability to carry the R-29RMU Sineva liquid-fueled submarine-launched ballistic missile. Tula (K-114) (К-114 Тула) is a Project 667BDRM Delfin-class (NATO reporting name: Delta-IV) nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine (SSBN). Delfin-class SSBN "Tula" (K-114) [1280x853]. According to the shipyard's press center, the fourth The S-300V (NATO reporting name SA-12 Gladiator) is a series of initially Soviet and later Russian long range surface-to-air missile systems produced by NPO Almaz, based on the initial S-300P version. As such, she carries a complement of R-29RM Shtil and R-29RMU Sineva nuclear submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBM) as her primary deterrent mission, along with Explore Nuclear Submarine, Submarines and more! Delfin-class SSBN "Tula" (K-114) [1280x853] · Nuclear SubmarineSubmarinesWhite SeaRussiaCrushesBoatsDolphinsUnited RussiaShips A rare picture of K-114 Tula a Delta IV class submarine:Feb 27, 2017 She is the fourth submarine in the Project 667BDRM class (referred to as Delfin-class in Russian) . It was a follow-on to the previous Delta III class. Tula (K-114) (К-114 Тула) is a Project 667BDRM Delfin-class (NATO reporting name: Delta-IV) nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine (SSBN). The Commander of the Yury Dolgoruky nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine, Russian Navy Captain, Class, Vladimir Shirin seen at the Russian Northern Fleet base . Russian Navy's Delta-class ballistic missile submarine 'Tula' left the hangar of the Zvezdochka shipyard on February 26, marking an important milestone in She is the fourth submarine in the Project 667BDRM class (referred to as Delfin-class in Russian) . They carry nuclear ballistic missiles of the A rare picture of K-114 Tula a Delta IV class submarine:Feb 27, 2017 She is the fourth submarine in the Project 667BDRM class (referred to as Delfin-class in Russian) . According to the shipyard's press center, the fourth Typhoon-class submarines like the Dmitry Donskoy (pictured) feature multiple pressure hulls that simplify internal design while making the vessel much wider than a normal submarine. The famed submarine Kursk, lost in northern waters under murky circumstances, was of this class. In the main body of the sub, two long pressure hulls lie parallel with a third, smaller pressure hull above them which protrudes just below Development of the Project 667 BDRM Delfin, known to NATO as the Delta IV class, began on 10 September 1975