Russian military flexes its muscles at the US boasting a Nuclear Sub in Eastern waters during a time of vulnerability.
By Shepard Ambellas
November 5, 2012
Russian Navy Commander Adm. Vladimir Vysotsky was reported to have briefed personnel in a June 2012 meeting that Russian Nuclear Submarines will resume patrols in international waters, and so they did in a recent pass off the East coast.
According to officials, a Russian Nuclear Attack Sub recently was detected 200 miles off of the Eastern seaboard of the United States in what some would call a blatant display of power.
“The submarine was identified by its NATO designation as a Russian Seirra-2 class submarine believed to be based with Russia’s Northern Fleet.
It was the first time that class of Russian submarine had been detected near a U.S. coast, said officials who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of anti-submarine warfare efforts.”, reported the Washington Free Beacon.
It was also reported that a Russian Auxiliary-General Intelligence Vessel was allowed to dock at a US port to shelter from the storm, raising the eyebrows of some.
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