Footage of The Soviet ballistic missile submarines, known as the Delta-class (NATO reporting name), were equipped with long-range nuclear missiles capable of striking targets around the world. These submarines were an integral part of the Soviet Union’s nuclear deterrence strategy.
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This stock footage shows a dramatic countdown sequence of a nuclear missile launch from a Russian submarine
The footage includes close-ups of the submarine commander and the senior missile officer receiving the launch order, opening the sealed envelope with the launch data, and pressing the launch buttons. It also shows the missile silo opening, the missile ejecting out of the water, and the missile flying in the sky.
The video is accompanied by realistic sound effects and a tense music score.
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