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Re: Hey Old, haven't seen you posting?

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01-22-2013 21:03:22

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They would do missions up the Russian rivers under the ships.

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01-23-2013 04:25:34

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 Re: Hey Old, haven't seen you posting? in reply to David G, 01-22-2013 21:03:22  
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I read a book awhile back about submarines during the cold war, there was no mention of going up rivers. In fact I have never read about submarines going up rivers submerged. I did read about an incident when a new model Russian sub came out that one of ours managed to get pictures of it without getting detected. The skipper got close enough that the picture was three frames taped together. Another incident was not so good. Our boat was detected by the Russians north of the Aleutians in Russian waters. They were able to keep on her tail for three days until our sub had to give up and surface under the Russian's guns. very embarrassing.Could you give your source for the up rivers under ships?

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01-23-2013 04:41:16

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I read during WWII they shipped some subs submerged down the Mississippi. It was on a chamber of commerce website for a city along the Illinois river. Seneca?

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01-23-2013 04:44:30

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And today they can't float a barge down. LOL

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