Take a look at these pictures, I found them on PBASE site when a fellow took a trip to North Korea and posted some shots of the captured Pueblo and this "device".
It said its captured in 2004... a spy torpedo?
What do you guys and girls think?
U.S. "Spy Torpedo" captured ca...
I joined the navy and I agreed to a four year contract. The rate I choose was aviation botswain mate and Im confused to actually what Im doing, so Im asking to those what is the job is like and what to expect and also any and all advice
According to this article the Russians have a couple modern attack subs parked off the eastern coast of the US.
Is this simply military posturing to try and prove they are still a military player, or do you think this could portend...
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The Hyuga class has a through-deck design to maximise potential space for launching and retrieving its helicopter complement. As a result it resembles a light aircraft carrier. However, it will not be fitted with a ski-jump or other equipment necessary to operate fixed-wing aircraft.