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U.S. media have rattled the two Russian submarines.
The American newspaper The New York Times reported that Russian submarines with nuclear plants run around the east coast of the United States.
On the well-known American edition of The New York Times raised the noise at the two Russian nuclear submarines the Navy of Russia, ostensibly zasechennyh United States Navy, 200 miles off the east coast of Florida. However, in an interview, an American specialist on the history of submarine fleet, said that "over the past 15 years, the first time that two Russian nuclear-powered submarine approached the coast of the United States. The New York Times also noted that the emergence of the Russian nuclear submarine off the coast of the U.S. led to recall the Cold War when Soviet submarines are held constant vigil in the vicinity of Bermuda.
Navy Russia surprised the Pentagon's ignorance of the movements of Russian submarines - Russian submarines never stopped patrolling the waters of the oceans.
Russian nuclear submarines since the early 60-ies of the last century have the military services in the area. This practice did not stop even in the most difficult times for the Navy in the mid 90's. In accordance with international practice acts submarine forces are not commenting. In addition, the Project 971 submarines are referred to in the American newspaper, can not run intercontinental nuclear missiles. Submarine Project 971 - multipurpose nuclear-powered submarine is the third generation (under Russian classification "Pike-B, on the classification of the NATO Akula).
Similarly behave and submarines of NATO, and U.S. submarines regularly recorded off the coast of Russia.
nuclear submarine United States spend more patrols than the Russian, French, British and Chinese nuclear submarine fleet combined. However, this has never been an occasion to raise the noise in the press.
During the Cold War in Bermuda is constantly on duty several Soviet submarines, ready to cause a nuclear strike on the territory of the United States of America.