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(CNN)   Scientists have found the wreck of the Mesaba, the ship that tried to warn the Titanic of the iceberg in its path. Too bad there was nobody around to warn it of the German torpedo in its path 6 years later   (cnn.com) divider line
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2022-09-29 1:07:40 PM  
Cool tag, subby?
 
2022-09-29 1:18:01 PM  

REDARMYVODKA: Cool tag, subby?


Well it ain't warm at the bottom, so sure. And they found the wreck, which is also kinda cool.

Not cool that it got popped by a U-Boat and folks died though; that would deserve a Sad tag. And sailors would likely get a Hero tag.
 
2022-09-29 1:31:23 PM  
6 years seems long time for a Torpedo to hit a ship.
 
2022-09-29 1:46:51 PM  
All that and no sonar images?  I know they are floating around in other articles.
 
2022-09-29 1:47:01 PM  
Scientists?  That seems more like an engineering thing.
 
2022-09-29 1:51:43 PM  

stuffy: 6 years seems long time for a Torpedo to hit a ship.


Right now Tupolev is removing the safety features on all his weapons. He won't make the same mistake twice.
 
2022-09-29 1:51:45 PM  

REDARMYVODKA: Cool tag, subby?


Cool as ice ... ice baby
 
2022-10-01 1:04:36 AM  
Slovenia...the Rhode Island of the Balkans.
 
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