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Where are those Russian Submarines?
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RE: Where are those Russian Submarines?
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They are in the US sewers.

Anytime now, a Russian may come crawling out of your toilet...

My arse is ready to deploy depth chargers....
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RE: Where are those Russian Submarines?
Russian Spy Station



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RE: Where are those Russian Submarines?
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RE: Where are those Russian Submarines?




We all live in a Russian submarine

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RE: Where are those Russian Submarines?
Look for the Poseidons -- P8-A's.


Look at the map:

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Go to options and put in "military" in filters.
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RE: Where are those Russian Submarines?
P8 off the coast of CA right now


Near Oceaside
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RE: Where are those Russian Submarines?
Lopinator  Wrote: (11-17-2019 04:50 PM)
Яudis  Wrote: (11-17-2019 04:42 PM)
Out Patrolling The South American Coast Line.

Also closing in on the United States sonar net. No doubt looking out for the Naval carrier groups.

Nimitz was off the CA/Baja coast as of last mon./tues.

https://news.usni.org/category/fleet-tracker
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RE: Where are those Russian Submarines?
Danger – U.S. B-52 Bombers Are Flying Near Russian Submarine Bases
What were those B-52s doing near Russian territory?


Earlier this month, three U.S. Air Force B-52 bombers, flying out of the RAF Fairford airbase in Britain, flew over the Barents Sea near the Arctic Circle. The B-52s, part of the 2nd Bomb Wing based at Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, are part of a 2nd Bomb Wing rotation to Britain for exercises with European allies.


continues at source:

https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/d...ases-95946


From 4 days ago
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RE: Where are those Russian Submarines?
Oct. 31, 2019

U.S. Navy Beware! Russian Submarines Surge Into the Atlantic
The Russian navy in mid-October 2019 sortied eight submarines in the country’s biggest undersea exercise since the Cold War.




The Russian navy in mid-October 2019 sortied eight submarines in the country’s biggest undersea exercise since the Cold War.

The eight submarines, including six nuclear-powered ships, sailed from their bases in northern Russia into the cold waters of the Barents and Norwegian Seas. At the same time, an additional two boats -- the nuclear-powered Sierra-class attack submarines Pskov and Nizhny Novgorod -- sailed into roughly the same waters for tests and training.


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https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/u...ntic-92336
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RE: Where are those Russian Submarines?
Yes, the game is still very much afoot.
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RE: Where are those Russian Submarines?
The Russian Are Coming. 1966 Movie





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RE: Where are those Russian Submarines?
From Oct. 14:

Russia's submarines are getting harder to find, and the Navy is sending more people to keep an eye on them

The Russian sub fleet is growing and growing more active, and the US and its NATO partners are more concerned about what those boats and rest of the Russian navy are up to around Europe.



For the US Navy, that means more focus on the Atlantic, especially the North Atlantic, closer to the home base of Russia's Northern Fleet on the Barents Sea.

At the end of September, the Navy reestablished Submarine Group 2 in Norfolk, Virginia, five years after the unit was deactivated. The reactivation comes just over a year after the Navy reestablished its Second Fleet, which oversees the western half of the Atlantic up into the high north.


The reestablishment of Submarine Group 2 is likewise "aimed at enhancing the Navy's capacity to command and control its undersea warfare forces seamlessly across the entire Atlantic area, from the eastern seaboard of the United States to the Barents Sea, and even into the Southern Atlantic, if the need arises," the Navy said in a release.


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https://www.businessinsider.com/navy-ree...es-2019-10
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Russian subs honing stealth skills in major North Atlantic drill, says Norwegian intel

The aim of the massive operation is to get as far out to the North Atlantic as possible without being discovered by NATO, the intelligence service informs to NRK. Such maneuvers haven’t been seen from the Northern Fleet since the days of the Cold War.

The operation started early last week, before Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Commander of the Northern Fleet, Vice-Admiral Aleksandr Moiseyev visited Kirkenes in northern Norway last Friday.

Lavrov had bilateral talks with his Norwegian counterpart Ine Eriksen Søreide and the two said at the following press conference that security situation in northern Europe was one talking point.


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https://thebarentsobserver.com/en/securi...arine-show


From Oct. 19
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RE: Where are those Russian Submarines?
Oct 26, 2019, 05:13pm
Russian Submarine May Test New Weapons Off Norway This Week

https://www.forbes.com/sites/hisutton/20...8746254248


New Russian submarine test-fires ballistic missile for first time
Borei-class vessel's test comes amid arms control tensions between Moscow and West following demise of key nuclear pact.

30 Oct 2019

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/10/r...02580.html
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RE: Where are those Russian Submarines?
How many Americans care though.

The giant is asleep.


Shhhhhhhh...
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