Russian official video footage shows that the three Russian Navy nuclear subs surfacing out of the ice sheets near the North Pole appears to be at least two sails belonging to Delta IV class submarines, also known as Project 667BDRM Delfins. It's possible that the third boat could be either a member of the Borei class, or the lone Borei-A class submarine presently in service, the Knyaz Vladimir. The Borei and Borei-A designs are Russia's most advanced ballistic missile submarines.
Both of these types can be loaded with up to 16 RSM-56 Bulava submarine-launched ballistic missiles, each one of which can be armed with between 6 and 10 Multiple Independent Targetable Reentry Vehicles (MIRV), depending on the type of nuclear warhead. The Delta IVs can be armed with up to 16 R-29RMU Sineva submarine-launched ballistic missiles, themselves capable of each carrying either 4 or 10 MIRVs, again depending on the warhead type.
A mass of glacial ice that covers surrounding terrain and is greater than 50000 km2, also known as a continental glacier.
The cunning tower of a submarine.
Furnished with weapons.
Gunship, a military aircraft armed with heavy guns, is primarily intended for attacking ground targets.
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