Source Pravda.Ru

Missile Silos On Kursk Submarine's Left Side Intact

A visual inspection of the Kursk nuclear submarine allows one to assume that the missile silos located on the submarine's left side are not damaged, so the missiles will be unloaded following standard procedures, the commander of the Russian Navy, Admiral Vladimir Kuroyedov, has told journalists. At the same time, he said, there is a suspicion that the first silo on the submarine's right side contains water, i.e. the silo has become depressurised.

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