Nuclear submarine "Belgorod", which sowed panic in the West, safely returned to Severodvinsk

Nuclear submarine "Belgorod", equipped with "doomsday torpedoes" "Poseidon", returned to its home base in Severodvinsk. This is evidenced by current satellite images.

The exit of Belgorod from the base and the further disappearance of the submarine from enemy radars caused a real stir in the Western media. History remembers episodes of the sudden appearance of Russian submarines in the Western Hemisphere. So, in 1983, in the Sargasso Sea, 38 miles from the US Navy base Jacksonville, the Soviet submarine K-324 surfaced with nuclear missiles on board.

The Belgorod maneuvers, invisible to NATO satellites, became the reason for hysterical publications in the West. The Italian La Republica excelled in this, writing in its publication about the possibility of the missing nuclear submarine with one Poseidon strike to destroy a city the size of London or Los Angeles. The North Atlantic Alliance also announced a general alarm, sending out a warning to all allies about a possible test launch of super-torpedoes.

Two weeks later, the nuclear submarine "Belgorod" was lit up on NATO satellite radars, safely returning to its permanent home base. The training maneuvers of the submarine crew became a demonstration of the capabilities of the Russian deterrent weapons and showed the imperfection of the intelligence of the NATO countries.
  • Photos used: HI Sutton/
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  1. borisvt Offline borisvt
    borisvt (boris) 17 October 2022 12: 38
    Spread out the Poseidons, went back to reload.
    It is interesting how these BPMAs are activated, apparently not only on ultra-long radio waves, if it lies deep, then you can swipe austically, at depths the sound walks better.
    1. AC130 Gunship Offline AC130 Gunship
      AC130 Gunship (Gennady) 18 October 2022 04: 24
      I beg of you! Who is there that can activate under a layer of water hundreds (or thousands) of meters? When they cannot create an ordinary drone so that it flies hundreds (or thousands) of kilometers from the operator. With submarines, traditionally there was one-way communication on ultra-long waves. It is assumed that the captain received the signal, opened the locker with the cipher and deciphered it. And without a captain, who will decipher what? And who will give 100% that it will float (say) to the left, and not 180 degrees in the opposite direction due to the fact that the steering wheel is jammed ...
      1. Saffron Offline Saffron
        Saffron (Igor) 19 October 2022 14: 53
        Well, such analytics can only be answered equally: Captain Petrov was left on duty on Poseidon. This is not to 180g, but to the left and swam and the steering wheel is not jammed)))
    2. Alexander Ponamarev (Alexander Ponamarev) 20 October 2022 07: 59
      Bravo! I think it is
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  3. gene1 Offline gene1
    gene1 (Gennady) 2 November 2022 15: 37
    Well, she's back. Wait for a nuclear provocation in Ukraine.