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  • ...fleet of nuclear ballistic missile submarines and a nuclear-powered heavy missile cruiser. Alongside its large military, it is supplemented with extremely ad
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  • guns, SAM sites, and mobile missile launchers. Such mobile models class missile launchers. Many immobile guns and SAM sites are located
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  • ...vy. But they also nurture three independent arms of service: The Strategic Missile Departement, The Aerospace Defence Departement and the Airborne corps. Both ...ry corner of the USSA. They also sports a small fleet of ballistic missile submarines, who have been deployed in military engagements in the past, but never with
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  • ...ions are conducted at five major centres: the Command Centre, Air Warning, Missile Correlation, Operations, Watch, and Space Control. The [[ Missile Brigade "Aspis" (Italy)| Missile Brigade "Aspis"]] is a formation with tactical nuclear weapons. The ICBM/IR
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  • ...l Mirage 2000N and SEM in the nuclear strike role with the improved ASMP-A missile with a nuclear warhead.
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  • ...e and is relatively well stocked in nuclear weapons, and ballistic missile submarines, and modern strategic bombers. The Spirean tank force is sparse, its surfac
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  • ...erd Industries]]. The class is primarily designed for air-defense and anti-missile duties, however the M Class is also equipped to perform conventional and an ...ss noisy. This adds to the class’ stealth and aids in their combating of submarines.
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  • | style="font-size: 90%;" | '''Type''' || style="font-size: 90%;" | Ballistic Missile Submarine The Vanguard-class is a class of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines (SSBN) in service with the Californian Imperial Navy. Each submarine is arm
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  • ...<br />42 destroyers <br />10 frigates<br />4 littoral combat ships<br />32 submarines ...00) at night.jpg|thumb|CSS ''Zumwalt'', a ''Zumwalt'' class stealth guided missile destroyer.]]
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  • ...n integral part of Coryo's indigenous missile defense umbrella against any missile threat.
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  • ...integral part of Coreyo's indigenous missile defense umbrella against any missile threat.
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  • ...ck submarines, 60 ballistic submarines, 20 dreadnaughts, 75 cruise missile submarines, 40 amphibious landing ships, 115 troop transport ships, 35 armored vehicle ====Attack Submarines====
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  • ...rd five [[wikipedia:ballistic_missile_submarines|ballistic missile nuclear submarines]]. The Air Force manages approximately 50 [[wikipedia:tactical_nuclear_weap
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  • ...s, 9 anti-submarine destroyers, 16 fleet submarines, 11 ballistic missiles submarines, 13 multi-role frigates, and 16 light surveillance frigates. The Navy also | Mobile {{wp|surface-to-air missile}} launchers <br> {{wp|MANPADS}} <br> {{wp|Anti-aircraft artillery}} || <cen
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  • ...onal Ballistic Systems ATLAW || 150mm || 2007 || Fire and forget anti-tank missile launcher || [[Image:MBT LAW.jpg|200x200px]] | || 127mm || 2000 || Fire and forget top-strike anti-tank missile launcher || [[Image:|200x200px]]
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  • ...mech was a base for the Morstaybishlian fleet of Polaris ballistic missile submarines.
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  • **BTHP436A2 Ballistic Tip, Hollow Point **BTHP723A1 Ballistic Tip, Hollow Point
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  • ...nd two attack submarines, are tasked with protecting the carrier from air, missile, sea, and undersea threats as well as providing additional strike capabilit ...alt-class destroyer|''Zumwalt'' -class]] [[stealth ship|stealth]] [[guided missile destroyer]].]]
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  • | Homing Surface-to-Air Missile | The PRL667 is a man-portable missile launcher that can be operated and carried by one man. It is an anti-aircraf
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  • **PCLFBTHP346A2 Polymer Cased, Lead-Free, Ballistic Tip, Hollow Point **PCLFBTHP723A1 Polymer Cased, Lead-Free, Ballistic Tip, Hollow Point
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  • | U120 Sniper Rifle || Liberty Anti-Air Missile System || PN-230 Transport Plane || ...The Department of Defense has commissioned 5 Handsen-class nuclear attack submarines[[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yasen-class_submarine]] to enter service b
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  • * 7 Units: personnel, planning, infrastructure, submarines, aircraft, military transports, projects and studies, logistics; Command of the Italian Fleet (ships, submarines and amphibious forces) and Naval aviation falls under Commander in Chief Na
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  • ...ne of the most crucial weapons in its military history. Nacatans New Spike missile is one of the most widely exported ATGMs in the world. ...of deliberate ambiguity toward its nuclear capabilities. The Nacata Navy's submarines are believed to be armed with nuclear Duteo Turbo missiles, offering second
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  • ...luding 1 Aircraft Carrier, 3 STOL aircraft carrier,, 1 Helicopter Carrier, Submarines, frigates, patrol boats and support ships. **RKS Victoria (Chilago Class Guided Missile Frigates)
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  • ...built between 1986 and 1993. The class was originally designed to destroy submarines and surface vessels, and is armed with eight RBS-15 anti-ship missiles, tor ...s. This capability had previously only been available with nuclear-powered submarines.
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  • ...of the Branches oversee the four branches of the Pact: land, sea, air and missile. * Several missile boats.
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  • '''Commissioned surface ships and submarines''' (arranged by class and displacement) ===Submarines===
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  • |! style="align: center; background: lavender;" colspan="7" | '''Submarines''' |{{wp|Ballistic missile submarine}}
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  • | Missile boat || ''Bakilu''-class; ''Ahamadu''-class || 10 Submarines are as follows:
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  • ...frigates, 10 corvettes, 10 diesel-powered submarines, 2 ballistic missile submarines, 2 replenishment ships, 1 icebreaker/research/search-and-rescue vessel, and
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  • ...waters. At maximum, the Navaja use its passive sonar array to detect enemy submarines at a range of 30-60 km, long-range, stealthy torpedoes at a range of up to ...ell as more exotic items such as radar sights for over-the-horizon fire or ballistic calculations computers.
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  • ...s, 9 anti-submarine destroyers, 16 fleet submarines, 11 ballistic missiles submarines, 13 multi-role frigates, and 16 light surveillance frigates. The Navy also | Mobile {{wp|surface-to-air missile}} launchers <br> {{wp|MANPADS}} <br> {{wp|Anti-aircraft artillery}} || <cen
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