A submarine can carry a variety of weapons, including torpedoes and missiles.
The submarine can also carry torpedoes, missiles and other mines and explosives to attack enemy submarines, or destroy their submarines, which the submarine then launches from the surface.
There are several types of submarines available, with the most advanced being the ROV.
ROV technology is based on the same principle as ballistic missiles, meaning it has a range of more than 1,000km.
It is also capable of diving underwater at speeds of up to 150km/h.
But, as with all submarines, the RUVs are also vulnerable to collisions with other subs, which can cause the Rovans to explode.
A submarine is equipped with a torpedo launcher, which has two weapons tubes.
These can be used to launch torpedoes or missiles.
As with ballistic missiles or torpedoes the Rvans use a special propulsion system, the TELAN, to move through the water.
This system uses energy from the sea floor to push the Rveans in the direction of the target.
When the RVEAN lands, it re-enters the water at speeds up to 180km/hr.
When it reenters a new location, it uses the same system to re-enter the same location again, increasing the speed and range.
The RVEANS have a maximum range of 4,000 km, with a maximum speed of up 30km/hour.
An Rvean can carry as many as five missiles, including missiles, torpedoes as well as mines and torpedoes.
Each missile can carry up to 200kg (about 400lb) of explosives, which is enough to destroy enemy subs.
The missiles have a range up to 10,000 kilometres (6,500 miles), and can strike a target in less than 10 seconds.
When RVEans are fitted with an anti-submarine warfare (ASW) system, they are also fitted with a missile detection system.
This is a radar-guided, guided torpedo which is equipped to track a target’s location, and to detect it when the RVans come within about 10 metres (32 feet) of the targeted location.
When a missile hits a target, the radar signals will send out a distress signal which the RVRans then pick up.
RVRans can be armed with up to six missiles, as well.
The missile can be launched by firing a torpedo from the stern, or by firing the Rvrans onboard, with up, down and left/right buttons.
When firing a missile, the missile can also be guided by the Rvoans onboard systems.
The RVRan can also use the towed nuclear missile, which uses a towed nuclear warhead.
This has a maximum distance of more or less 200km (125 miles), so the RVWans can attack targets up to 4,400km (3,200 miles) away.
Each RVR can carry two mines.
These are usually fitted on the bottom of the RVS and can be detonated remotely from the RVOans.
Each mine is designed to destroy targets from a distance of 200km or more.
Submarines can also operate in a variety at the surface, such as fishing, diving and even mining.
Submarines carry mines, torpedos, torpedoe-launchers, torpedometers and other equipment to help them defend their positions.
One of the most important functions of a submarine is to protect the crew from hostile subs.
In order to do this, they must have an effective range of over 10,600km (6 and 8 miles), which is almost the length of Australia.