Russia's New Husky-Class Submarine: Everything We Know (And Want to Know)
If the Russians realize their vision for the Husky, the new boat should provide Moscow with a design the Kremlin can build in large quantities and replace the Soviet-era vessels that still comprise the bulk of their fleet. But even with the addition of the advanced Husky-class, the Russian undersea force—though armed with potent new vessels—will not be the menace that the massive Soviet fleet once was.
Dave Majumdar is the defense editor for The National Interest. You can follow him on Twitter: @Davemajumdar.