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Old 02-25-2021, 04:41 PM
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Originally Posted by chico20854 View Post
There isn't much out there. The most info I could find that isn't sensationalist generalizations is in Russian here and here. You'll have to machine translate it if you, like me, don't read Russian but the summary is that the older models weighed about 25kg and had a .2-1 kt yield; the newer RA-115 weighed 30kg and had a yield of .5-2 kt and was made in a submersible version for Naval spetsnaz as well as a land variant.
Good intel, Chico. Thank you.

I didn't see the original question because I am following advice provided in the forum guidelines. If other parties are interested, my intent was that the number, placement, and yield of the ADMs are best left to the individual referee. This allows the ref to fine-tune the destruction of Bremerton according to their desires. Some may want it completely unsalvageable; others may want a T2kU in which a few of the ships sidebarred on page 20 can be returned to service.

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