Interesting Insights from Submariners
The following links may be of interest, if you ever qualified in the boats and:
1) Know why the DBF attitude was more than reactor envy during the 1960s The Cavalla-Thresher Incident
2) Are motivated to understand (nice video) why a popularized concept was ever launched The Great Global Warming Swindle....part 5 $ $ $ $ $
3) Have forgotten about these sentinels of both sea and harbor security Marines are Mammals
4) Wondered what state-of-the-art nuclear mothball cannisters look like. Is part of your old sub here? Is Seawolf's first reactor there? Note Seawolf''s (SSN-575) oversized containment cannister. Well, one might guess so.
Hat Tips: 2) Cookie, 3) Lubber, 4) Chapomatic, and 1) the Cavalla Historical Foundation.
By the way, USS Cavalla is berthed in Seawolf Park, Galveston, Texas, "as a memorial to the lost submarine USS Seawolf (SS-197)"
Submarines are always silent and strange.