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Comment Re:Nuclear submarines (Score 1) 255

"In other words, this sort of thing has been operating safely for about 50 years now."

Sure, unless you count: K-19, K-11, K-27, K-140, K-429, K-222, K-123, K-314, K-431, K-192, K-8, K-386, TK-208, K-279, K-447, K-508, K-208, K-210, K-216, K-316, K-462, K-38, K-37, K-371, and K-367.

Those are submarines which experienced nuclear accidents from just the Northern Fleet of the former Soviet Union and Russia. Too lazy to look for the Pacific fleet accidents..

The Russian Northern Fleet Nuclear submarine accidents

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