posted on Feb, 27 2007 @ 04:26 AM
Seems this is a headline I read in the news, and believe I even heard it on the radio; my friend remembers it too, and wonders how this story was
covered up so well.
Does anyone remember, oh, I guess it was eight or ten years ago; a Russian nuke sub defected somewhere to the north of Hawaii, and later sank?
And then the Russians came out later and said it was a torpedo gone haywire that had sunk the sub? I'll tell you one thing; you can't find
doodly-squat on the Internet about the incident. Surely if the Russian sailors tried to launch "weapons" without proper authorization, their boat
was rigged to meltdown beneath their feet.
Do you think young American naval officers-in-training think about this, and about the fact their own boats may be so rigged?
If anyone can tell me I'm not crazy it'd help; alternately, please tell me you remember this incident. Please don't tell me an Akula isn't a
boomer; I was using the name as literary allusion.