Russian anti-piracy drills

Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by Whiskybreath, May 31, 2010.

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  1. Not sure whether this has been previously posted, but good enough for a second helping anyway.

     
  2. Dunno, they could have been grenade fishing.
     
  3. Thank you, really enjoyed that.
     
  4. Cow

    Cow LE

    Google translator for the comments in English, mixture of opinions.

    I thought it was great! Think I'd have unloaded the AK's though, a ND on a ship wouldn't be great..
     
  5. Why..??..Russians had the 'real deal'..and the owners of the stuff shown were soon to permanantly reliquish all ownership rights.. :D .. :D
     
  6. Well done the Ruskies. Note to RN / Gov. Let's follow the example.
     
  7. I can't seem to find reference to seven pirates being taken and the others left on board to be destroyed with the ship. Where is that mentioned?
     
  8. What was the problem? It was blatantly a fishing boat, as the lovely man on the floor said.
     
  9. Maybe the Russians separated them into two groups to give them hope that one group would live and the other was in trouble. But it was a joke...
     
  10. And I suppose those weren't scaling ladders? :p 8O Good drills the Russians. "Dead men tell no tales" - Edward Teach aka Blackbeard the Pirate

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