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Old 01-08-2005, 09:16 AM
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Default Nuclear submarine aground

350 miles south of Guam.
USS SanFransisco
1 critical.

wonder what that musta felt like?

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No. Thats one from usatoday. Last year comin into Guam Harbor.
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Somebody's gonna be in deep doo - doo !
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Somebody's gonna be in deep doo - doo !
Yup - I believe the military term is a CLM - Career Limiting Move. Whoever was the officer on watch best update his resume...
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I heard they ran into a 41 Apache.
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I heard they ran into a 41 Apache.
That would be the most logical explanation.....if it was a Fountain, they probably never would've realized they hit something or at the very least, thought they hit a big prehistoric bird with a huge beak...
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That would be the most logical explanation.....if it was a Fountain, they probably never would've realized they hit something or at the very least, thought they hit a big prehistoric bird with a huge beak...
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The C.O. is where the buck stops, no matter who's watch it was.
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Well, there has been a huge amount of change to the sea floor since the earthquake and tsunami. If the readings were on the chart as being good then there may be no fault found. If he was on the chart in a bad area, time to send the resume out-does Disneyland still have the Capt. Nemo ride????
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The C.O will lose his command NO MATTER WHAT
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