Military HistoryThe in-depth story of the Kursk Submarine Disaster. When it was commissioned in 1994, the nuclear submarine K-141 “Kursk” was one of the most powerful assets of the Russian Navy. The size of two jumbo jets, it was considered impenetrable, indestructible – a deadly predator lurking beneath the surface. In August 2000, for its crew, the mammoth attack sub became nothing more than a steel coffin lying on the bottom of the sea, with no way to escape.
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