Name: Borei Class Submarine
Other names: None
Missiles: 12-16 Bulava SLBMs
 “Source: Nuclear submarines “Prince Vladimir” and “Kazan” will become part of Navy in 2018, 16 July 2016, www.tass.ru.
 Franz-Stefan Gady, “Russia Will Start Constructing New Ballistic Missile Submarine in December,” 3 November 2016, www.thediplomat.com.
 “Silent sub: Russian Noiseless Borei Class Nuclear Submarine Immersed,” 30 December 2012, www.rt.com.
 Franz-Stefan Gady, “Putin’s ‘Red October’: Russia’s Deadliest New Submarine,” 4 March 2015, www.the diplomat.com.
Other names: Kanyon
Payload: Thermonuclear (Salted) *
 Jeffrey Lewis, “Putin’s Doomsday Machine,” 12 November 2015, www.foreignpolicy.com.
 Stenen Pifer, “Russia’s perhaps-not-real super torpedo,” 18 November 2015, www.brookings.edu.
 Bill Gertz, “Russia Building Nuclear-Armed Drone Submarine,” 8 September 2015, www.freebeacon.com.
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