Saturday, August 06, 2005

Outside Air?

Trained to do things in parallel, I'm guessing that there's at least two aspects of the rescue operation: lifting the sub, obviously....but wouldn't there also be a plan happening in parallel to get some source of outside air to the stranded sub? If this were a "regular" modern sub, I'd be doubtful about such prospects--but this is itself a rescue sub, I would think it would have some means of taking on external airsupplies.

Can anyone offer some insight on this matter?


At 4:22 PM, Blogger Gateway Pundit said...

Good point!... I just heard on FOX News again, that the British Scorpio sub is in the water. The Scorpio saw that it was nets holding the sub down and that the Scorpio is now cutting the the nets to free the submarine.

At 5:10 PM, Blogger Vigilis said...

Gateway pundit's report is at odds with ABC News. Speculation: Russian Monitoring Sysyem may be defensively equipped with a netting mechanism triggered by Blind Man's Bluff type tampering. Was AS-28 installing it?


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