Anything real to see here off the sub?

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Subs, nuclear, firing missiles from subs, and images are all questioned here. What, if anything, could be considered real in this article?

The Los Angeles class submarine USS Olympia (SSN-717) is the second oldest nuclear fast attack submarine in the U.S. Navy’s inventory. But apparently, when it comes to Olympia, with age comes wisdom and stellar performance. The boat’s crew not only performed awesomely during Rim of The Pacific (RIMPAC) drills that just wrapped up, but they also made history by firing off the first UGM-84 Harpoon anti-ship cruise missile from an American submarine in decades during a sinking exercise (SINKEX)—an act that is likely to have dramatic repercussions for years to come throughout the Navy’s fast attack submarine community. You can read all about this and Olympia’s performance here.

Source: Dive Into This Incredible Shot Taken At USS Olympia’s Swim Call Following RIMPAC – The Drive

2 thoughts on “Anything real to see here off the sub?

  1. localherog2

    Looks like you’ve picked up a couple of pro-military knuckle-draggers and, as we all know, they tend to clock in at the upper end of the Delusional Scale.

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