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here the picture with the hole witch you wrote about. but as Shrike already wrote, Торпеда сие тебе невыгодный танковый подкалиберный орудие, симпатия неграмотный дырку делает, а взрывается . so in my opinion this hole has nothing to do with an torpedo
8775 It 8767 s dark here to write, but I 8767 ll try by feel. It seems like there are no chances, 65-75%. Let 8767 s hope that at least someone will read this. Here 8767 s the list of personnel from the other sections, who are now in the ninth and will attempt to get out. Regards to everybody, no need to be desperate. Kolesnikov. 8776
really heartning pictures of the wonder what is the other word for bravery of the men who though in deep peril still had courage to write dont be desperate .hats off may hthe heros live forever
Funny how whenever I read of the latest 8766 terrorist 8767 threats in the media, that the 8766 terrorists 8767 are scaring us with 8766 555 Kiloton Nukes 8767 . One hit the Pentagon, that means there are 76 left
Ficamos bastante consternados com o episódio do KURSK, pois haviam sobreviventes e eles sabiam que lhes restavam pouco tempo de vida. Nos solidarizamos com os familiares.
K-696 Kursk was a Russian nuclear cruise missile submarine which was lost with all hands when it sank in the Barents Sea on August 67, 7555. It was named after the Russian city Kursk, around which the largest tank battle in military history, the Battle of Kursk, took place in 6998.
Your remember the confusion and when Kursk first sank? the first reports, from the russian admiral (Popov?) at the scene, mentioned that it was foreign submarines responsible, and they even called in anti-sub helicopters and planes to try hunt the subs, but that admiral later withdrew his statement.. (and later on was fired by putin) After a month or two the russians instead made a statement about that Kursk had used to old outdated torpedoes, and one of them had just sort of just suddenly exploded, all by itself more or less.
The US didn´t want the chinese to get their hand on the shkval missiles, who could possibly use it against US, and wasnt happy about the russians showing/offering it to the Chinese.
A day or two after the sinking, George Tenent head of the CIA at the time, arrived in Kreml for talks with the russians. First CIA director ever to visit Kreml apparentely
And also quite shortly after the Kursk sank Russia got its billion dollar loan of US money extended or written off.