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Monday, June 30, 2008

United States Submarine sneaks out of SubicBay

Fishermen at the mouth of Kalaklan River in Olongapo City awed by a U.S. submarine sneaking out of the former US Naval Base 9:45 this morning. The structure at the back of this submarine resembles that of USS Grayback. This structure usually holds a smaller submarine used for special operations. The writer hopes that this sub is on its way to the Princess of the Star to lend assistance.

Related Article: No Nuke Sub in Subic

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  • The policy of neither confirming nor denying that a ship or submarine is carrying a nuclear arm can be compared to a ballpen. Parts of it are disassembled or disarmed like when you remove the ink holder from the pen itself and remove the pen cap. When you do that you may say you do not have a ballpen.In fact you do but its not armed therefore you can say you dont have it like when authorities say they are not carrying nuke referring to a nuclear bomb. They don't have a nuclear bomb indeed when disarmed.

    alex hermoso

    By Blogger Alex, at 7/03/2008 1:53 PM  

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