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Where submarines go to die!

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  • Where submarines go to die!
    Stop messing about - just get a Sub-driver!

  • #2
    Very interesting article!


    • #3
      I am glad that here in the US we don't leave our subs after they are decommissioned to lay around rusting and sinking in the bay like many other countries do. We do take some pride in our subs.



      • #4
        How many still-hot Russian reactors litter the ocean floor today? Accidently and intentionally? Idiots!

        Our count is two (and likely a couple of ASTOR's).

        Resident Luddite