Abandoned Submarines In A Graveyard...

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  1. Airbornemama

    Airbornemama Mama Loves You All Out There!...DA Admin. Staff Member

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    Sometime in the ‘70s, Nezametnaya Cove became a ship graveyard. Back then the shipyards had a hard time keeping up with the regular and urgent orders, so as a rule, they didn’t even begin to deal with dismantling old submarines...
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    So they resolved the problem of their scrapping very simply: if they weren’t sunk as targets during exercises, they were towed to the next cove over where the hull soon just floated on the surface. According to the accounts of veterans, there were still some ships and boats floating there...
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  2. Thecooler

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    Cool post mama, I need a little history with my beheadings.
     
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    Why thank you hun! I am a teacher so just doin' my job! ;)
     
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    Excellent post Mama, always putting up such interesting reads and pics, Thanks!
     
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