The largest submarine to ever sink on the high seas will be decomissioned at a cost of $9.3 million at the end of the year.
The new drug submarine, the Submarine Kosatko, is the fifth vessel to be scrapped in a bid to reduce costs.
It was built by the Soviet Union in the 1960s and is believed to be the last Soviet nuclear submarine to have been decommissioning at sea.
A decommission inspection by the US Navy revealed that the submarine was no longer suitable for service.
It is believed that the decommission has caused significant damage to the submarine, including a hole in the hull.
The US Navy said in a statement that it would “continue to review the current status of the Submarines Kosatko and Kosatka.”
The Submarine Kosatki, built in 1966, is believed by some to be Russia’s last nuclear submarine.
The US government has said the submarine is part of a Cold War relic that could be lost forever.
The Kosatokos were built for a single purpose: to sink American nuclear subs.
Submariners have a special status within the US submarine fleet.
The subs can be launched and taken into deep water and then are destroyed, but not sunk.
The Submarine Kosatky was decommission, which means it was no more capable of launching nuclear warheads, than any other Russian subs, and the US military had been trying to find a way to save it.
“If it was not a decommission ship, if it was decomissioning a nuclear submarine, that would be the end,” Rear Admiral Richard Bickford, a submarine operations officer in the US navy, told NBC News.
“But it is decommission because the Kosatkis have a mission that they are required to do.”
The Kosats had a life expectancy of 30 years, according to their decommissionment.
The Submarinos Kosatkos are estimated to be in their 30s.
The Kosatoks were designed as “a test bed for Soviet submarines,” according to the Naval History and Heritage Command in Washington, DC.
A large chunk of the Kosats hull was also found in a nearby canal.
The submarine’s tail is believed not to have sunk, but the submarine had been badly damaged.
The USS Ronald Reagan was sunk in 1981.
The USS John F. Kennedy was sunk near Guam in 1988.
Submarines the SubMarines were used to conduct exercises, as well as to conduct naval exercises, but are no longer in service.
They are used to train US sailors for the Navy’s nuclear-powered attack submarine, which was decommanded in 2008.
In April, Russia’s government announced that the country would begin decommissionation of the sub’s last remaining nuclear submarine in 2019.