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Originally posted by stirling
Dude, he could easily have claimed to be over taken by the fumes of the stealth paint or whatever he was supposed to be brushing.
I wish I was his layer id have the gov boys paying him for his damaged lungs and his ptsd......
Damage to burnt wiring id guess....even smoke and minimal overheat can damage some systems......(at least they get deemed less than operational.....so must be replaced entirely.....edit on 7-8-2013 by stirling because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by ShadellacZumbrum
reply to post by ownbestenemy
Inside a Submarine
As you can see in the pictures, Everything is steel with the exception copper cables which has Halogen in the cloth that is flame retardant. As well as all pipes are either steel or covered with flame retardant fabric.
Though there are a couple of pictures that shows some wood in the crew cabins.
Like I mentioned about the fire suppression system. That would have been immediate even at dry dock. They are going to maintain minimum power to keep the safety systems up.
edit on 8-8-2013 by ShadellacZumbrum because: (no reason given)
But a federal criminal complaint said Fury admitted to setting fire to a pile of rags near a vacuum cleaner in a stateroom in the submarine.
I could be totally wrong.
Originally posted by letseeit7
reply to post by CommandoJoe
Well said , funny all the experts on here huh . Were you on the east coast or at Puget ?