Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by Sabre, Jan 9, 2005.
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Sub Run Aground
Not another hazard to navigation, The American Warship
C'mon, who let the girl drive?
Cornish fishermen netting Dutch subs, RN destroyer playing chicken with Australia, Canadians starting fires in second hand subs and not to mention the incidents in the Norwegian fjords, the Scottish Isles (another sub) and a mine hunter that decided she didn't like the jetty at Portsmouth a few years back. Who'd want to join the navy?
All that bloody ocean and they still things.
It's no longer funny. The injured submariner has died.
Apparently one of the sailors has died. May he rest in peace.
Edit: - Got there a bit late but the sentiment remains.
Poor bloke. Rest in peace, fella.
Someone will be held responsible!
Agent Smith wrote:
Very likely the old man. No idea who he is or what heâs like but given the magnitude of his responsibility, for a reward that is not really commensurate, unless he is a complete tuuat and / or there was some mitigating occurrence (and I doubt it) he will be going through his own hell. He is almost as worthy of our sympathy as his shipmate who died.
I wonder if the Tsunami affected the sea bed in that area and made the charts less than accurate?
Update to the story.
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