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Cool one, Shiv. I was looking all over the internet for such an information. Can you provide an article with information on all diesel-electric subs like Scorpene, Kilo, Amur and U-214 with details like Displacement. diving depth, Torpedoes, missiles, range, submerged time, Total officers and sailors etc etc.
Shiv, it seems the images are taken from the Amur shipyard website. If you want free images try Wikimedia commons.
Shiv, the images are from http://www.ckb-rubin.ru/eng/index.htm. Non-nuclear submarine section, where you can find more such pictures.
Two similar classes of diesel-electic sub.
Two similar classes of diesel-electic sub.————————————how these two subs are similar,just look at the designs of these subs,there is more space in amur for sailors compared to kilo
much less machinery in amur compared to kilo in rear section which is easily visible in the picture
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