Wednesday, January 4, 2017
Here with some further info regarding an event as has previously reported in a prior blog entry.
Thanks to the National Defense Interest.
"In 2015, a 30 Year Old French Nuclear Submarine 'Sank' a U.S. Aircraft Carrier"
"In March 2015, one of the largest nuclear-powered warships [USS Theodore Roosevelt] in the world was 'sunk' by one of the smallest [French submarine Saphir]."
"The Saphir, a French nuclear attack submarine, reportedly penetrated the defenses of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt and scored simulated torpedo hits on her. The incident, originally reported by the French Navy, was later suppressed."
Read all the details as best are understood !
Within context and has been the topic of serious blog entries: [notionally sunk American ships during war games]
* The Swedes have also done it.
* The Japanese have also done it.
WHO KNOWS WHO ELSE MAYBE HAS ALSO SUNK AN AMERICAN AIRCRAFT CARRIER DURING WAR GAMES!
Each and every American aircraft carrier having their own organic anti-submarine warfare warplane can ameliorate this problem? S-3 Viking to the rescue?