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  • Meet the First Russian Submarine To Fire in Anger Since World War II (And Its New Cruise Missiles)

    Mark Episkopos Security, Rostov-on-Don, or B-237, is a modernized Kilo-class attack submarine. The second of eight units commissioned as part of a series called “Project 636.6,” Rostov-on-Don boasts across-the-board iterative improvements over the original Soviet Kilo-class line. On December 8, 2015, a submerged Russian submarine launched a missile barrage at a Syrian rebel “citadel.” The ensuing press statement from Russia’s Ministry of Defense was nothing short of triumphant: "Several...

    The National Interest
  • Kansas City’s World War I museum opens new exhibit

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A new exhibit at a Kansas City museum documents the destruction during World War I captured in a series of jarring and sometimes unidentifiable photographs and illustrations. The Kansas City

    WTOP
  • Kansas City’s World War I museum opens new exhibit

    A new exhibit at a Kansas City museum documents the destruction during World War I captured in a series of jarring and sometimes unidentifiable photographs and illustrations. The National World

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  • Kansas City’s World War I museum opens new exhibit

    A new exhibit at a Kansas City museum documents the destruction during World War I captured in a series of jarring and sometimes unidentifiable photographs and illustrations. The National World

    thenewstribune
  • Exposing the Hunley: Researchers find new clue to what sank first combat submarine

    The Hunley, the world's first successful combat submarine, sunk in 1864 from unknown causes. Clemson University researchers have finally removed concretion from the vessel — and may have discovered the cause of its loss.

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  • World War I-Era German Submarine Resurfaces From The Sand Near French Coast

    The remains of SM UC-61, a World War I German minelaying submarine (also known as a U-boat), is resurfacing on the coast of Wissant near Calais over a century after it was abandoned and scuttled by its 26-sailor crew before they surrendered to the French in 1917. More

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  • Maduro starts new Venezuela term by accusing US of imperialist 'world war'

    President Nicolás Maduro shrugged off a tempest of international condemnation to begin his second term in office The Venezuelan president, Nicolás Maduro, has castigated the European Union and accused Washington of waging an imperialist “world war” against his crisis-stricken nation, as he shrugged off a tempest of international condemnation to begin his second term in office. Maduro, who inherited Hugo Chávez’s Bolivarian revolution after his 2013 death, has overseen a calamitous decline in his...

    the Guardian