The remarkable ‘cat and mouse’ operation to stop Putin’s subs attacking our vital cables
Britain and America fear Vladimir Putin is prepared to cause financial chaos by attacking undersea cables between the countries and are going to extraordinary lengths to track Russian submarines, The Telegraph can reveal.
US and UK military sources have told this newspaper that Russian sub activity in the North Atlantic has reached a 25-year high and there has been a return to “Cold War cat and mouse games” under the water.
Amid mounting tensions with the Kremlin, the allies are using an remarkable array of modern technology and military equipment to make sure they know exactly where the submarines are as they move around the region.
Satellites spot when the submarines leave naval bases and…
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