Since the WW2, the United States, Russia and China and a host of other nations have lost vessels and their crews to submarine accidents ( submarine disasters ) . Operating submarines is a risky business under the best of circumstances and will likely remain so. Even the highest technology nuclear submarines can end up on the ocean floor if the crew isn’t careful or the technology fails.
Here’s submarine accidents | submarine disasters from 2000 to 2021
No 1. Kursk K-141 submarine disaster
No 2. Changcheng 361 submarine disaster
No 3. K-152 Nerpa submarine disaster
No 4. Yono Class Submarine submarine disaster
No 5. ARA San Juan S-42 submarine disaster
No 6. Losharik AS-31 submarine disaster
No 7. KRI Nanggala 402 submarine disaster
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