Almost a dozen sailors have been injured after a U.S. nuclear attack submarine hit an unknown underwater object in the South China Sea, USNI News has learned.
The Seawolf-class nuclear attack submarine USS Connecticut (SSN-22) suffered an underwater collision while operating in international waters on Oct. 2 and is returning to port in U.S. 7th Fleet, a U.S. Pacific Fleet spokesman confirmed to USNI News on Thursday.
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In a flashy effort to help their military fend off the perceived threat of Russian submarines, Swedish peace activists have deployed a neon underwater “defense system” which sends out a welcoming message reading “this way if you are gay.”
‘The Mile Low Club‘, a vacation operated by Oliver’s Travels is a concierge service for couples in the Caribbean offering moonlight walks on the beach, use of a private island and one or more nights inside a luxury submarine complete with onboard butler and chef.
You and your significant other can depart from the Caribbean island of your choice for an ardour-challenging £87,500 per person, per night.
The call was from a man with an English accent who was warning him that they were in the area [approximately 30 miles off the north west coast of Donegal.
…John [who took the image above] said: “The man we spoke to was a lad with an English accent and he wanted to know where we would be trawling.There could be more submarines out there but it could be the case that we simply don’t know they’re there.”