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RMK-1 anti-submarine mine

Country of Origin: Russia


The RMK-1 was a tethered anti-submarine mine that was deployable by air, surface or submarine to depths of 656-1,312 ft (200-400 m). It was the successor to the RMT-1. The export version was designated RMR-2.


Initial operational capability (IOC) was achieved in 1983. It was offered for export in February 1993 at the IDEX-93 arms show. Current operational status unavailable.


 Gidropribor Central Research Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia (design)


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