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Originally posted by Alternative4u
I have to tell you that from what I am hearing today of my close contacts that there is a 99% chance that the UK was to blame for the Russion Arms attack yesterday. The reason I think it is true is because the UK are trying to destablise Russia within as they did in Middle East Countries the last few years, and the UK is desperate to get Russia away from helping Syria, we have also send 350 SAS troops into Russian border area a week ago (Without Parliment consent) and no one know why the SAS was sent towards Russian borders.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Comrade! Put out that Cigaret. . . . . . . . (boom)
Err... Accidents happen and they never heard of OSHA in Russia. lol.... I'll be interested to hear how this actually happened if anything is left to investigate where it started.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
reply to post by JakiusFogg
In point of fact, this is almost impossible to see happen in the United States. I wish I could find a bigger picture, Having been through this little town between Vegas and Reno, even this view doesn't do the place justice for one of America's larger ammo dumps inside our borders.
This second one is what they look like when seen closer...and they line the hills in 3 directions from the base, as far as the eye can see from Highway 95.
They are designed that way to shield them from outside forces like weather...as part of it. However, the more pressing concern for design is to almost remove the possibility of one exploding to reach an adjoining one and set off a chain reaction. I'm sure it's not completely impossible....and Seal Beach NAS used to store Nuclear Weapons there. No distance would have mattered. Conventional though? If Russia was or is using something similar? 13 million or 13 billion shouldn't matter. It ought to just be one bunker going up.
Originally posted by khimbar
Large explosions rock an ammunition depot in Russia’s Samara Region, where over 13 million shells are stored. The police have started evacuation of the nearby communities.
Multiple artillery shells keep exploding at an ammunition depot near the city of Chapaevsk, a local police spokesman told RIA.
I don't believe in coincidences anymore. Not really sure I ever did and then comes this. At the worst time it could have happened.
I really can't help but wonder who did this, and why. I have suspicions though.
What do we think hive mind? Accident or something else?
Originally posted by bluesman1955
reply to post by NavyDoc
Have you ever been in the armed forces?
OSHA aint got crap to do with The Military and Military aint got crap to do with OSHA.
In the fall of 2003, the Army approached OSHA with a desire to use a proactive approach to aggressively improve Army civilian workforce safety and health at their installations. The Army recognized that OSHA had valuable expertise in workplace safety and health, and could offer useful tools, such as the Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP), to help achieve that goal.
This partnership formalizes the partners’ commitment to improving civilian workforce safety and health and reducing injuries and illnesses. This Agreement supports the goals of the President’s Safety, Health, and Return-to-Employment (SHARE) Initiative.
Originally posted by crazyewok
Fact is we [the UK] wont be able to win a all out war with Russia even if its confined to just syria!
We dont have the man power or the projection force!
I can see SOME in the USA goverment wanting a war. To distract problems at home and to fuel there military industrial complex. but luckly cooler heads are prevailing at the moment.....