Submarine on the Humber

Moment 'nuclear sub' spotted off Cleethorpes pier
I have no words.....
"One resident enjoying an al fresco pint at an Alexandra Road bar said: “Why not? We’re home the home of the Red Arrows, the Typhoon, and the Dambusters. I’m quite the military man myself – I completed Call Of Duty WWII on Veteran difficulty without dying once. It’s in our blood around here"
 
Given the speed with which Humber sandbanks move around and the height of the tide reach, I'd suggets a submarine base on the Humber is a poor idea. Rosyth, which used to home the battlecruisers would be far more sensible. What an SSBN was doing on the surface is a more intersting question. I trust this wasn't the one "On patrol".
 
It would have improved the area considerably.
 

theoriginalphantom

MIA
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Gentlemen...its April 1st..............

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Given the speed with which Humber sandbanks move around and the height of the tide reach, I'd suggets a submarine base on the Humber is a poor idea. Rosyth, which used to home the battlecruisers would be far more sensible. What an SSBN was doing on the surface is a more intersting question. I trust this wasn't the one "On patrol".
April the 1st
 

mercurydancer

LE
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