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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Submarine Surfacing Through Ice

Have you ever actually seen a submarine surfacing through the ice? If not, check out this video:



While the title of the video says it's a U.S. submarine, it's actually HMS Tireless from earlier this year; the video shown above looks like it was pulled from this longer video. No matter who it is, it's still pretty cool.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Bluenose said...

Joel,

Right you are - HMS TIRELESS at Ice Camp APLIS in MAR 07.

More gouge at
http://www.sublant.navy.mil/html/icex.html

Not a PAO, but pretty much anyone can do that job.

10/31/2007 10:47 PM

 
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