New Cargo Submarine Larger Than Battleships of Last Century
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A new cargo submarine, larger than any battleship of the last century, has been launched from a shipyard in Germany.
The submarine, named the “Titanic II”, is said to be the largest and most advanced of its kind in the world. It is designed to carry up to 200,000 tons of cargo, and is equipped with the latest in underwater navigation and propulsion technology.
The Titanic II is said to be virtually unsinkable, and is equipped with enough food and supplies to sustain its crew for up to two years. It is also said to be equipped with state-of-the-art defensive weaponry, making it a formidable opponent should it ever be called into action.
The submarine is undergoing sea trials and is expected to enter service with the German Navy later this year, and will be available for charter by other nations.
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