The lesser men will have to wait their turn. Sweet, At long last have actually a chance to post this . And also this too. No ballistics, is for escape. But allow's face it, the escape hatch is probably ...
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- The lesser males will have to wait their turn.
- Sweet, I finally have a chance to post this . And this too.
- No ballistics, is for escape. But let's face it, the escape hatch is probably more important on an ex-Soviet sub.
- Imagine an emergency scenario "Quick let's get to the escape hatch! ...Commander, it won't budge, the...there's a walrus on top of it."
- Why is welded shut?
- No surrender, No escape. You loose, you die.
- Such is life.
- I think you die, then you loose... your bowels.
- or as i call it the 'mom hatch', as in, "look mom, I can escape if it sinks, uhhh, too much. I'll be fine, don't worry
- I was wondering, thanks bro
- remind me why NATO renames all soviet weapon?
- I believe that they could be not known on early stages but when machine become mass produced its official designation is quite common knowledge. In the air, there needs to be quick and universal understanding between all NATO forces, especially for things like intercepts or actual engagements It is understandable but isn't it should stay within military, i mean it is really confusing to use several names for one machine. Why not use their official names.
- This is one of the big reasons why NATO reporting names exist: to avoid confusion. What if you communicate with people outside NATO?
- To be obnoxiously precise, this boat might be Russian built. Quite a few Anteiis were completed in the early 90s, though construction on almost all began in the Soviet Union, or right around the collapse.
- Yup I was just being anal. They are very much Soviet era boats.
- Man that boat looks cool.
- They don't think it be like is, comrade. But do. Read more comments