How many civilian operated, nuclear powered ships are in current operation?
#98064. Asked by clemmydog. (Jul 29 08 2:04 PM)
I cannot confirm the numbers Internationally but ten civilian nuclear powered vessels have been built in Russia. Nine of these are icebreakers, and one is a container ship with an ice-breaking bow. All nuclear-powered icebreakers of the NS Arktika design have been built at the Admiralty Shipyard in St. Petersburg.
Almost everything in the war was part of an operation that had a specific objective -- Operation This-or-That. I will give you the operation name and you pick the objective. The time frame is 1965-1975.
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