The above Lockheed design is designated S302 and was designed with Submergence Group LLC and presumably MSUBS in UKcovert_shores said:Lockheed's Dry Combat Submersible design (http://www.hisutton.com/Lockheed%20Dry%20Combat%20Submersible.html)
https://amazon.com/dp/1533114870/ B) B) B) B)RAP said:Great stuff Covert. Any ideas if/when your book will be republished? I missed out on the first round and am hoping to get a copy. Thanks.
This might be what you are after, new article on BS-64 host sub http://www.hisutton.com/BS-64_Podmoskovye.htmlgTg said:Hi Covert Shores,
Any follow up article planned about the Russian special purpose sub carriers?
Now that BS-64 Podmoskovye is in operational testing, how does it compare to the Delat III Orenburg and the Yankee Stretch it is supposed to replace?
And what about the Oscar that is in the process of modification to special puposes?
gTg said:Yes! Thank you
How many Mother Subs will they operate in the end from Deer Bay?
2: BS-64 + KC-139 or 3: BS-64 + BS-136 + KC-139?
I too find the designations confusing. Sadly it hints at a purely bureaucratic reason rather than a clear insight into capabilities.gTg said:And any idea if there could be a functional difference between BS and KC/KS designated Mother Subs?
Both Deltas are BS and the Yankee and Oscar KC/KS.