Fleet Goes thru Storm

Fleet Goes thru Storm

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:

Fleet Goes thru Storm

Fleet Goes thru Storm

Fleet Goes thru Storm

Fleet Goes thru Storm

Fleet Goes thru Storm

Fleet Goes thru Storm

Fleet Goes thru Storm

Fleet Goes thru Storm

Fleet Goes thru Storm

Fleet Goes thru Storm

Fleet Goes thru Storm

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7 thoughts on “Fleet Goes thru Storm”

  1. 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

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