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Ballistic missile submarine

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  1. a submarine equipped to launch ballistic missiles (SLBMs)

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  2. are larger than any other type of submarine, in order to accommodate SLBMs such as the Russian R-29 or the American/British Trident

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  3. The SS denotes a "ship submersible ", the B denotes "ballistic missile," and the N denotes "nuclear powered." Although some early models had to surface to launch their missiles, modern vessels typically launch while submerged at keel depths, usually

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  4. differ in purpose from attack submarines and cruise missile submarines

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  5. USS Alabama, a US Navy Ohio-class submarine

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