Friday, August 05, 2005

Another potential Russian submarine tragedy

I spent four years stationed on a nuclear submarine. It can be a lonely job in the most isolated environment you can imagine.

The Russian submarine Kursk went down a few years ago. All hands died. Many of them died a long, slow, painful death.

There is currently another Russian submarine on the bottom, it is a min-sub and has a crew of seven. The crew is still alive; but, they only have enough air for 24 more hours.

I hope they can be rescued, that would be a terrible way to die.


Robert Enders said...

Its an interesting paralell for seven sailors and seven astronauts to be in peril simultaniously. Wonder if they'll make a movie out of it.

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