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America's Virginia-Class Submarine vs. Russia's Lethal Yasen: Who Wins?

Kyle Mizokami Security, The ultimate underwater showdown between Washington and Moscow.  The United States Navy’s submarine force emerged from the Cold War as the undisputed masters of the undersea realm. The elite, all-nuclear submarine force watched as its Soviet submarine force rivals rusted away pierside, the newly founded Russian Federation unable to maintain them. After more than twenty years of American submarine supremacy, a new challenger has arisen from the deep.
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