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originally posted by: hotel1
originally posted by: JIMC5499
a reply to: hotel1
Maybe I spoke too soon.
Bang goes the no claims! Royal Navy nuclear submarine suffers £500,000 damage after 'hitting floating ice' while tracking Russian vessels
No worries Jack me old mate. I don't even know what questions to ask, never mind looking for an answer. I'm just glad we are on the same side. Two very powerful Navies that are old friends and cousins. if I was up against our two Navies, Your national might and the strength of the combined UK Commonwealth lead by the Royal Navy, then I would be very scared.
From your British Cousins and Allies.
I can think of no other nation that I would rather be friends with.
originally posted by: eriktheawful
a reply to: johnwick
Which is why you set a "Fire Watch" when any kind of welding is going on.
That means having people standing by with fire extinguishers until the work is done and the metal has cooled.
I stood MANY of these while in the ship yard......DUH.
originally posted by: WineAndCheese9
a reply to: Hellas
Don't worry Russians are not puppets of Washington,
They are not like Japan who listened to their US masters and left Fukushima to spill 24/7
If there is a leak, Russians will deal with it
EDIT: Russians told Japanese to Seal Fukushima Problem, but nooooo, US told them leave it open