#11175 Soviet nuclear submarine Omsk of Northern fleet.
K-186 Omsk, "Oscar II" class submarine of the Northern
Fleet. The K-141 Kursk was the sixth submarine of the Antey class built. Other
submarines of this class include: K-148 "Krasnodar", K-119 "Voronezh", K-410
"Smolensk", K-226 "Orel", K-186 "Omsk", K-132 "Belgorod", K-173 "Chelyabinsk",
K-442 "Tomsk", K-456 "Kasatka." The last four submarines are assigned to the
Pacific Fleet. Antey class submarines are 154 meters long and up to 18.2 meters
wide. The maximum depth is around 500 meters and the top speed is 28 knots while
submerged. The submarine is designed to be capable for up to 120 days of
autonomous operation. The Antey class submarines are powered by the OK-650
nuclear power system based on two 190-MW reactors driving two shafts, each
developing up to 50,000 hp. The submarine is armed with 24 "Ametist" antiship
missile launchers, 4 533-mm torpedo launchers. The missiles and torpedoes can
carry nuclear warheads. The primary role of the Antey
class submarines is to attack enemy carrier battle groups....learn
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