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Russia’s Sub Armed with Kalibr Cruise Missiles: Project 636 Varshavyanka (Infographics)


Russian attack submarines have been the mainstream media’s reason of concern since the Project 636 ‘Varshavyanka’ (NATO reporting name: Kilo) sub ‘Rostov-on-Don’ successfully launched four Kalibr missiles cruise missiles on ISIS targets in Syria in December 2015.

Last weekend, the Western press created a new hysteria amid reports that 3 Russian attack subs allegedly jointed the Russian naval task force heading to Syria’s shores: 2 Project 971 ‘Shchuka’ (NATO reporting name: Akula) and 1 Project 636 ‘Varshavyanka’ submarine.

According to the issued reports, the big bad subs will strike peaceful oppositioneers in Aleppo city with cruise missiles.

Russia's Sub Armed with Kalibr Cruise Missiles: Project 636 Varshavyanka (Infographics)

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  • Ted

    Where did you find mainstream media report about Russian sub’s? I must have blinked but the 24 hour news cycle is now about 24 min! No reports of Russian subs here. We had something far more serious, killer clowns! While I appreciate the new Kilo and the Akula was always a favorite. Truth is you would need to paint it in a colorful poke a dot pattern with a big red circle on its bow to get it in the Mainstream news!

    • Nexusfast123

      Kim kardashsian’s arse gets more air time. If a war broke out it would come as a bit of a shock to many in the the US.

      • paul

        Well it is bigger.

    • Nexusfast123

      A few sites are have quoted sources that state there is a big build up of US air force assets at Diego Garcia. Perhaps that is the US Plan B.