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Russian Navy commissioned its second Borey-class nuclear missile submarine, Alexander Nevsky
 
The second Borey-class nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine, the Alexander Nevsky, officialy joined the Russian navy during a ceremony at the Sevmash shipyard on December 23. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu attended the ceremony at the Sevmash shipyard in the northern city of Severodvinsk.
The second Borey-class nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine, the Alexander Nevsky, officialy joined the Russian navy during a ceremony at the Sevmash shipyard on December 23. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu attended the ceremony at the Sevmash shipyard in the northern city of Severodvinsk.
 
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Naval Industry News - Russia
 
 
 
Russian Navy commissioned its second Borey-class nuclear missile submarine, Alexander Nevsky
 
The second Borey-class nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine, the Alexander Nevsky, officialy joined the Russian navy during a ceremony at the Sevmash shipyard on December 23. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu attended the ceremony at the Sevmash shipyard in the northern city of Severodvinsk.
     
The second Borey-class nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine, the Alexander Nevsky, officialy joined the Russian navy during a ceremony at the Sevmash shipyard on December 23. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu attended the ceremony at the Sevmash shipyard in the northern city of Severodvinsk.
Russia’s first Borey class ballistic missile nuclear submarine, the Yury Dolgoruky
(Picutre: Sevmash Shipyard)
     
The Alexander Nevsky was expected to be handed over to the Navy on November 15, while the third Borey-class sub (Vladimir Monomakh) was due to be commissioned in mid-December, Sevmash chief Mikhail Budnichenko said in July.

Ballistic missile submarines comprise one leg of Russia’s strategic nuclear triad, along with land-based ICBMs and the bomber force.

The Borey is Russia’s first post-Soviet ballistic missile submarine class and will form the mainstay of the strategic submarine fleet, replacing aging Typhoon, Delta-3 and Delta-4 boats.

Russia ultimately expects eight Borey-class subs to enter service by 2020. The third in the class, the Vladimir Monomakh, is expected to start state-acceptance trials this month.

     
The commissioning ceremony