This is coolbert:
As germane to that previous blog entry:
My original response was to be: "ALL CURRENT RUSSIAN SUBMARINE LAUNCHED MISSILES [SLBM] AND SOVIET VARIETIES BEFORE THEM SOLID-FUEL."
"All US SLBMs have been solid-fueled while all Soviet and Russian SLBMs have been liquid-fueled except for the Russian RSM-56 Bulava, which entered service in 2014."
Soviet/Russian SLBM until relatively recently and not until all the Delta class boats decommissioned firing LIQUID-FUELED MISSILES AND NOT SOLID-FUEL!!
Soviet/Russian SLBM liquid-fuel from the era of the Cold War to include:
* R-11. * R-13. * R-21. * R-27. * R-29.
R-31 and R-39 both solid-fuel the former only seen for a SHORT WHILE in one boat AND THE LATTER associated with the Typhoon class missile firing boat all those gone now. Predominantly so the Soviet/Russian relying on the liquid-fuel SLBM.
From the Borey class submarine onward ALL Russian SLBM henceforth to be SOLID-FUEL. This will be the Buluva SLBM. ALL [?] other classes of Russian missile firing submarines and their liquid-fuel missiles to be decommissioned and scrapped!