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The Kursk was an Oscar II class submarine, of the Russian Navy.

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What is the Kursk submarine weight?

25,000 tonnes

When did the Russian submarine K-141 Kursk sink?

The Russian Navy's Oscar II-class (NATO reporting name) submarine K-141 Kursk sank as a result of an initial torpedo fuel detonation, and secondary torpedo warhead explosions (5-7), on August 12, 2000. Though 23 crew were known to have survived in the stern, they eventually perished along with the rest of the crew.

What is the history of the submarine Kursk?

The Kursk was a large, modern Russian nuclear submarine that was lost in the Barents Sea on August 12, 2000. She went down with all hands. Russia mourned the loss of the boat and her crew, and questions arose as to the reasons for a delay in response to reports she had gone down. As an aside, it is almost a certainty that submarine sailors around the world shared the grief at Kursk's sinking. A brief history of K-141, the Kursk, can be found by using the link provided to our friends at Wikipedia.

What Class submarine introduced the all electric drive to the US submarine force?

Virginia class

What is the deadliest nuclear submarine in the world?

Virginia class submarine

Why did the Russians fail to rescue the submarine kursk?

because theyre rescue vessels were in poor condition and the rescue subs were badly crewed

When was United States S class submarine created?

United States S class submarine was created in 105.

What were the condtions like on the kursk submarine when it sank?

tinned food no drinking water carbon dioxide scrubbers no washing facilities and rising water levels

What cities were liberated in the Battle of Kursk?

As the battle was called battle of Kursk, it was fought in Kursk, USSR. So the city which was liberated by the soviets was Kursk.

Is Kursk a state of Russia?

Kursk is the capital city of Kursk Oblast. Kursk is both a city and a region in western Russia, bordering Ukraine.

How many propellers does a submarine have?

Most modern submarines have one screw (which is the proper term for a propeller). Some of the really big ones have a pair of them, like the Russian submarine Kursk, for example. But the bulk of the designs incorporate a single screw.

Is Kursk a city in Germany?

No Kursk is in Russia

Where was the Kursk disaster?

The Land of Kursk. clearly.

What happened to the kursk?

The K-141 Kursk was a Russian nuclear cruise missile submarine. It was lost with all of its men on board when it sank in the Barents Sea on August 12, 2000. That day, the Kursk sailed out to sea to fire dummy torpedoes. The missiles were fired, and an explosion occurred soon after. It is speculated that this was due to the failure and explosion of one of Kurskâ??s new/developmental torpedoes.

The Kursk A Submarine in Troubled Waters what and who wrote the German song at the end?

vladimir vysotsky and the song is save our souls

What is the area of Kursk?

The area of Kursk is 190 square kilometers.

Language of Kursk?

Kursk is a large city in European Russia, not far from the Ukraine border. The indigenous language of Kursk is Russian.

What is the biggest sub ever made?

The Russian missile launching submarine, Typhoon Class, is slightly bigger than the USA missile launching submarine, Trident Class.

When did the battle of kursk start and end?

The Battle of Kursk started on 5th July 1943. The Battle of Kursk ended on 23rd August 1943.

What powers the Los Angeles class submarines?

The Los Angeles class submarine is nuclear powered.

When was Kursk State University created?

Kursk State University was created in 1934.

Why did Germans attack Kursk Russia in battle of Kursk?

Germans were against Russia.

When did Battle of Kursk happen?

Battle of Kursk happened on 1943-07-16.

How deep can a Virginia class submarine dive to?

200 ft

Do sailors hot bunk on a Collins class submarine?