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Torpedo vs a Ship (32 pics)

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  • 12 Oct, 2012  |
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Australian submarine HMAS Farncomb fires a torpedo at an old American ship USNS Kilauea during RIMPAC 2012 exercise.

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№1 Author: kamatchou (12 Oct 2012 02:20) Total user comments: 311


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Fuck the ocean anyway !!
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№2 Author: miscellaneous (12 Oct 2012 05:56) Total user comments: 4179


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seemed a little anti-dramatic to other 'exercises' I've seen ... still pretty neat

here is a link describing the exercise in great detail

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/new
s/article-2178197/Dramatic-mom
ent-U-S-Navy-ship-sunk-torpedo
-Australian-submarine-target-p
ractice.html
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№3 Author: Greennauta_ (12 Oct 2012 06:27) Total user comments: 486


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where's the explosion?? 44 44 44
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№4 Author: Dirk The Impailer (12 Oct 2012 06:48) Total user comments: 7


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The ocean will be fine. They sink ships all the times.

They first drain all the fuel out of them so that they don't pollute the water. Then they sink them (usually using explosives, not a torpedo), and they sink and become wreaths over the next few decades. It's actually a very ecological way to dispose of an old ship. 04
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№5 Author: OldOllie (12 Oct 2012 08:57) Total user comments: 1328


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"where's the explosion?"

Below the waterline. If you want an explosion you can see, use an artillery shell. 17
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№6 Author: NooFoo (12 Oct 2012 09:43) Total user comments: 799


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@Dirk the Impaler----- How the @#$% does a sinking ship turn into a Christmas Ornament on your door??? 07 REEF you goof!! 07 07 07 10 09 17
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№7 Author: quackers (12 Oct 2012 10:28) Total user comments: 4830


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NO WAR HEAD 48 ,.,.,
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№8 Author: Gyselinck (12 Oct 2012 12:08) Total user comments: 3133


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@ Dirk The Impailer -> Said right !
Few week after a boat seek like that lot of animal find a good place to live !!

That's stange but that's true ! And GreenPeace is agree with this solution !!!!

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№9 Author: mahedi (12 Oct 2012 12:17) Total user comments: 10772


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Poor old ship
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№10 Author: micliapu (12 Oct 2012 15:28) Total user comments: 2977


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Quote: Greennauta_
actually
in your head 06
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№11 Author: whiteho2 (12 Oct 2012 17:19) Total user comments: 111


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Well done, you sank a sitting duck. Try a moving target next time... Like the Brits did in the Falklands.
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№12 Author: Lu (12 Oct 2012 23:52) Total user comments: 15082


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It did the job.
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№13 Author: shadirasmi (13 Oct 2012 15:55) Total user comments: 130


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wow
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№14 Author: adzhoe (15 Nov 2012 07:11) Total user comments: 14959


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Must be a low yield torpedo, just enough to do the job
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