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Coordinates: 40°06′N °54′E / °N °E / ; Project Azorian was a U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) project to recover the sunken Soviet submarine K from the Pacific Ocean floor in , using the purpose-built ship Hughes Glomar Explorer. The sinking of K occurred . 23 Jul Project AZORIAN. Imagine standing atop the Empire State Building with an 8-foot -wide grappling hook on a 1-inch-diameter steel rope. Your task is to lower the hook to the street below, snag a compact car full of gold, and lift the car back to the top of the building. On top of that, the job has to be done without. 12 Feb A Soviet Golf class submarine, the type of ship that "Project Azorian" was trying to recover from the bottom of the Pacific. (Photo used with permission of Federation of American Scientists).
29 Aug Thus began a mammoth operation to find and potentially recover a submarine from the bottom of sea. Called Project Azorian, this effort would among the most expensive and secretive operations of the Cold War. But it was only partially successful. For the all engineering ingenuity and guile required for the. Project Azorian: The CIA and the Raising of the K [Norman Polmar, Michael White] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In early August , despite incredible risks and after six years of secret preparations, the CIA attempted to salvage the sunken Soviet ballistic missile submarine K from the. 15 Sep “Azorian”—incorrectly identified as Project Jennifer by the press—was the most ambitious ocean engineering endeavor attempted by man. Following the accidental sinking of a Soviet missile submarine in March , U.S. intelligence agencies were able to determine the precise location and to develop a.
10 Apr Recently declassified documents reveal new details about Project AZORIAN: a brazen, $million CIA initiative to covertly salvage a Soviet nuclear submarine in plain sight of the entire world. “AZORIAN” (erroneously called JENNIFER after its Top Secret Security Compartment by the press) was the code name for a U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) project to recover the sunken Soviet submarine K from the Pacific Ocean floor in the summer of , using the purpose-built ship Hughes Glomar Explorer.