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7 Fleet Goes thru Storm

Fleet Goes thru Storm

Posted on June 4, 2014 by tim


As an official blog account of the Russian Pacific Navy fleet reports: “A group of Navy ships got into a storm on their way home, somewhere around Taiwan, and here in the photos you can see how this was”. So here we can see how it was:

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7 Responses to “Fleet Goes thru Storm”

  1. Dan says:

    Having been through typhoons while in the U.S. Navy, I can assure you; that is nothing. When you see waves breaking over the flight deck of an enormous aircraft carrier like the U.S.S. Enterprise, the world’s largest warship; that is a storm.

    • jeebs says:

      I’ve seen photos and video of that that is something.

    • ok says:

      ^ watch out guys, we got a bad ass over here

    • Maus says:

      I second that.
      I’ve been near hurricane Sandy in October of 2012 on a cruise ship – about the same “storm”, and people just enjoyed cruising.

    • nikoliy says:

      The only way a military ship goes into a “real” storm is if they made a mistake. As a rule military ships go around any major storm.
      Also When you are on a carrier you hardly feel anything. When your on a “small boy” then you feel a storm.

    • Tillerman says:

      Of course. In America, everything is bigger and better than anywhere else in the world.

  2. Wasabi Kemosabe says:

    Concur, when they can go out and stay out then they’ll be a real navy.

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