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The Russian submarine that caught fire and killed 14 may have been designed to cut undersea internet cables
Two independent Russian outlets said it was an AS-12 Losharik, a nuclear-powered vessel that may be designed to cut undersea cables. Moscow has kept mum.
The unnamed vessel had been studying the ocean floor near the naval base of Severomorsk when it caught fire on Monday, Interfax reported.
An explorer who dove to the deepest point in the ocean found a plastic bag and candy wrappers at the bottom
Explorer Victor Vescovo found trash at the bottom of the Challenger Deep, the deepest known point on Earth.
China is building a powerful navy to take on the US in the Pacific — here’s what its arsenal looks like
China's naval forces are changing rapidly and growing at breakneck pace. Here's what the country is putting in its arsenal.
An explorer took a $48 million submarine on 3 record-breaking dives to the deepest corners of the ocean — and discovered a mysterious new specie...
Explorer Victor Vescovo is attempting to reach the deepest points of the world's five oceans.
Russia has repeatedly threatened the US and Europe with the weapon, which it said it could park off a coast and detonate at a time of its choosing.
‘America’s first millennial submarine’ is also its deadliest hunter-killer ever — step inside the USS South Dakota
Millennials are killing... Russian and Chinese submarines. Step inside the US's deadliest attack submarine.
The P-8A Poseidon's capabilities continue to advance, but some lingering problems may affect the health of the Navy's fleet.
The US Navy’s carriers have a gaping hole in their defenses against a growing threat, and drones may soon fill it
The Navy phased out several aircraft after the Cold War. Now, with similar threats emerging, it may need to find new ways to regain old abilities.
A $48 million submarine just took a record-breaking dive into the deepest corner of the Atlantic Ocean — 27,840 feet down
Explorer and businessman Victor Vescovo plunged 27,480 feet deep into the Atlantic Ocean on Wednesday. That's a record.