Videos
Photos
Infographics
Data
Agenda
News
Breaking news
  • 24/07NASA has selected SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy to launch its Europa Clipper mission to a potentially habitable moon of Jupiter
  • 22/07UK EasyJet is planning to operate up to 60% of its pre-pandemic capacity at the end of 2021
  • 21/07Russian Proton-M rocket launched the Nauka module for the ISS, but that module reportedly suffered technical problems after reaching orbit
  • 20/07Blue Origin performed its 1st crewed New Shepard launch, sending company founder Jeff Bezos and 3 other people on a 107 km suborbital flight
  • 17/07NATO leaders extend Article 5 mutual defence clause to space domain
  • 12/07Canada’s Porter Airlines has ordered 30 Embraer 195-E2s and taken options to acquire a further 50
  • 11/07Richard Branson flies to edge of space on SpaceShipTwo
  • 10/07Greek carrier Sky Express has ordered 6 ATR 72-600s
  • 09/07Volocopter turns to CAE for eVTOL pilot training
  • 08/07More than 70 airlines trialling IATA Travel Health Pass
  • 06/07China conducts 3rd orbital launch inside 4 days. A Long March 3C lifted off from the Xichang Center, sending the Tianlian-1 (05) satellite into orbit
  • 05/07South Korea conducts SLBM 500 km-range Hyeonmu-2B test from underwater barge
  • 04/0752 people were killed when a Philippine Air Force C-130H Hercules carrying 96 military personnel crashed in the province of Sulu
  • 02/07Germany signs on for 5 Boeing P-8A Poseidon Maritim Patrol aircraft
  • 01/07Israel has stood up a 3rd unit to field the Lockheed Martin F-35I ‘Adir' fighter
  • 24/07NASA has selected SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy to launch its Europa Clipper mission to a potentially habitable moon of Jupiter
  • 22/07UK EasyJet is planning to operate up to 60% of its pre-pandemic capacity at the end of 2021
  • 21/07Russian Proton-M rocket launched the Nauka module for the ISS, but that module reportedly suffered technical problems after reaching orbit
  • 20/07Blue Origin performed its 1st crewed New Shepard launch, sending company founder Jeff Bezos and 3 other people on a 107 km suborbital flight
  • 17/07NATO leaders extend Article 5 mutual defence clause to space domain
  • 12/07Canada’s Porter Airlines has ordered 30 Embraer 195-E2s and taken options to acquire a further 50
  • 11/07Richard Branson flies to edge of space on SpaceShipTwo
  • 10/07Greek carrier Sky Express has ordered 6 ATR 72-600s
  • 09/07Volocopter turns to CAE for eVTOL pilot training
  • 08/07More than 70 airlines trialling IATA Travel Health Pass
  • 06/07China conducts 3rd orbital launch inside 4 days. A Long March 3C lifted off from the Xichang Center, sending the Tianlian-1 (05) satellite into orbit
  • 05/07South Korea conducts SLBM 500 km-range Hyeonmu-2B test from underwater barge
  • 04/0752 people were killed when a Philippine Air Force C-130H Hercules carrying 96 military personnel crashed in the province of Sulu
  • 02/07Germany signs on for 5 Boeing P-8A Poseidon Maritim Patrol aircraft
  • 01/07Israel has stood up a 3rd unit to field the Lockheed Martin F-35I ‘Adir' fighter
  • 24/07NASA has selected SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy to launch its Europa Clipper mission to a potentially habitable moon of Jupiter
  • 22/07UK EasyJet is planning to operate up to 60% of its pre-pandemic capacity at the end of 2021
  • 21/07Russian Proton-M rocket launched the Nauka module for the ISS, but that module reportedly suffered technical problems after reaching orbit
  • 20/07Blue Origin performed its 1st crewed New Shepard launch, sending company founder Jeff Bezos and 3 other people on a 107 km suborbital flight
  • 17/07NATO leaders extend Article 5 mutual defence clause to space domain
  • 12/07Canada’s Porter Airlines has ordered 30 Embraer 195-E2s and taken options to acquire a further 50
  • 11/07Richard Branson flies to edge of space on SpaceShipTwo
  • 10/07Greek carrier Sky Express has ordered 6 ATR 72-600s
  • 09/07Volocopter turns to CAE for eVTOL pilot training
  • 08/07More than 70 airlines trialling IATA Travel Health Pass
  • 06/07China conducts 3rd orbital launch inside 4 days. A Long March 3C lifted off from the Xichang Center, sending the Tianlian-1 (05) satellite into orbit
  • 05/07South Korea conducts SLBM 500 km-range Hyeonmu-2B test from underwater barge
  • 04/0752 people were killed when a Philippine Air Force C-130H Hercules carrying 96 military personnel crashed in the province of Sulu
  • 02/07Germany signs on for 5 Boeing P-8A Poseidon Maritim Patrol aircraft
  • 01/07Israel has stood up a 3rd unit to field the Lockheed Martin F-35I ‘Adir' fighter
  • 24/07NASA has selected SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy to launch its Europa Clipper mission to a potentially habitable moon of Jupiter
  • 22/07UK EasyJet is planning to operate up to 60% of its pre-pandemic capacity at the end of 2021
  • 21/07Russian Proton-M rocket launched the Nauka module for the ISS, but that module reportedly suffered technical problems after reaching orbit
  • 20/07Blue Origin performed its 1st crewed New Shepard launch, sending company founder Jeff Bezos and 3 other people on a 107 km suborbital flight
  • 17/07NATO leaders extend Article 5 mutual defence clause to space domain
  • 12/07Canada’s Porter Airlines has ordered 30 Embraer 195-E2s and taken options to acquire a further 50
  • 11/07Richard Branson flies to edge of space on SpaceShipTwo
  • 10/07Greek carrier Sky Express has ordered 6 ATR 72-600s
  • 09/07Volocopter turns to CAE for eVTOL pilot training
  • 08/07More than 70 airlines trialling IATA Travel Health Pass
  • 06/07China conducts 3rd orbital launch inside 4 days. A Long March 3C lifted off from the Xichang Center, sending the Tianlian-1 (05) satellite into orbit
  • 05/07South Korea conducts SLBM 500 km-range Hyeonmu-2B test from underwater barge
  • 04/0752 people were killed when a Philippine Air Force C-130H Hercules carrying 96 military personnel crashed in the province of Sulu
  • 02/07Germany signs on for 5 Boeing P-8A Poseidon Maritim Patrol aircraft
  • 01/07Israel has stood up a 3rd unit to field the Lockheed Martin F-35I ‘Adir' fighter
  • 24/07NASA has selected SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy to launch its Europa Clipper mission to a potentially habitable moon of Jupiter
  • 22/07UK EasyJet is planning to operate up to 60% of its pre-pandemic capacity at the end of 2021
  • 21/07Russian Proton-M rocket launched the Nauka module for the ISS, but that module reportedly suffered technical problems after reaching orbit
  • 20/07Blue Origin performed its 1st crewed New Shepard launch, sending company founder Jeff Bezos and 3 other people on a 107 km suborbital flight
  • 17/07NATO leaders extend Article 5 mutual defence clause to space domain
  • 12/07Canada’s Porter Airlines has ordered 30 Embraer 195-E2s and taken options to acquire a further 50
  • 11/07Richard Branson flies to edge of space on SpaceShipTwo
  • 10/07Greek carrier Sky Express has ordered 6 ATR 72-600s
  • 09/07Volocopter turns to CAE for eVTOL pilot training
  • 08/07More than 70 airlines trialling IATA Travel Health Pass
  • 06/07China conducts 3rd orbital launch inside 4 days. A Long March 3C lifted off from the Xichang Center, sending the Tianlian-1 (05) satellite into orbit
  • 05/07South Korea conducts SLBM 500 km-range Hyeonmu-2B test from underwater barge
  • 04/0752 people were killed when a Philippine Air Force C-130H Hercules carrying 96 military personnel crashed in the province of Sulu
  • 02/07Germany signs on for 5 Boeing P-8A Poseidon Maritim Patrol aircraft
  • 01/07Israel has stood up a 3rd unit to field the Lockheed Martin F-35I ‘Adir' fighter
Your are here : Home / Video gallery / New Borei-class Russian submarine
2018-10-18 2063
Published by ASDS MEDIA   |   October 18, 2018

New Borei-class Russian submarine

PRODUCTS
WEAPON
2063 views

Format : MP4
File size : 22.7M
Resolution : 1280x720
Reference : ASDS-0352-HD

Duration : 3 mn
Frame rate : 25 pics/s
Licence : ASDS MEDIA
Restriction : No

Script : New generation of Russian SSBN submarine

Shot list :

Russia's new Borei-class (Delta IV) ballistic nuclear SSBN submarine armed with 16 Bulova SLBMs missiles that carry up to six MIRV warheads apiece.


- Spectacular clip including salvo firing of Bulova Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missiles.

Russia's new Borei-class (Delta IV) ballistic nuclear SSBN submarine armed with 16 Bulova SLBMs missiles that carry up to six MIRV warheads apiece. - Spectacular clip including salvo firing of Bulova Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missiles.

Tags : DEFENCE | NAVAL | NUCLEAR SUBMARINE | BOREY | BOREI | DELTA IV | DELTA 4 | RUSSIAN NAVY | BUKOBA | SLBM FIRING | SSBN

Login to download
Download HD File
Add to favorites
HD file does not contain any watermark or reference to ASDS Media Bank
Suggested files
SKYNIGHT Air Defence
Published by ASDS MEDIA
PRODUCTS
214 25
Feb 2021
SkyKnight, which was unveiled at IDEX 2021, is a radar-equipped missile made by Emirati defence...
New Korean ICBM
Published by ASDS MEDIA
PRODUCTS
268 7
Oct 2020
New Norh Korean InterContinental Balistic Missile on display for the first time during the...
SA-15 Tor surface-to-air missile
Published by ASDS MEDIA
PRODUCTS
662 19
Jan 2020
SA-15 Tor-M1 surface-to-air missile firing.
Dragonfire at DSEI 2019
Published by ASDS MEDIA
PRODUCTS
492 5
Sep 2019
Rafael Spice 1000 guidance kit
Published by ASDS MEDIA
PRODUCTS
749 3
Jul 2019
Rafael Spice 1000 (Smart, Precise Impact, Cost Effective).
Rafael Spice 2000 PGM
Published by ASDS MEDIA
PRODUCTS
713 2
Jul 2019
Rafael Spice 2000 (Smart, Precise Impact, Cost Effective)long rang glide bomb. Precision guided...
AV-TM 300 Cruise Missile at LAAD
Published by ASDS MEDIA
PRODUCTS
1699 9
Apr 2019
The AV-TM 300 (or MTC-300) is a Brazilian cruise missile with 300 km range under development by...
H-9B Long-range Chinese surface-air
Published by ASDS MEDIA
PRODUCTS
1218 31
Nov 2018
H-9B surface-to-air missile system for high-altitude and medium and long range air defence?...
MBDA MdCN cruise missile
Published by ASDS MEDIA
PRODUCTS
1312 21
Sep 2018
MBDA MdCN (Missile de Croisière Naval) vertical firing from a frigate of the French Navy.
Note about the author
ASDS MEDIA
Download HD File
Add to favorites
Login to download

Username

Password

Partners
Follow Us
We are social !