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The K-129 was a Project 629A (NATO reporting name Golf II) diesel-electric powered submarine that served in the Soviet Navy's Pacific Fleet– one of six Project 629 strategic ballistic missile submarines attached to the 15th Submarine Squadron based at Rybachiy Naval Base, Kamchatka, commanded by Rear Admiral Rudolf A. Golosov.What happened to the K-129?
In 1968 the Soviet ballistic missile submarine K-129 sank in the Central North Pacific. American intelligence located it within weeks of its demise. The CIA crafted a secret program to raise the submarine in 1974. In 1968 the Soviet ballistic missile submarine K-129 sank in the Central North Pacific.What is a K-129 submarine?
Submarine K-129 wasn’t new; in fact, it had been in service since 1960, but it was outfitted to be as advanced as any of the forty subs stationed at the Soviet Navy’s Petropavlovsk-Kamchatka base.What is the K-129 missile?
It was also a historic weapon, the first Soviet missile that could be fired from a submerged submarine, giving the K-129 the ability to launch a preemptive nuclear strike from an undetectable position far from the American coastline if war were to break out. Missile subs are relatively slow and vulnerable to attack.