Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Courtesy the Barents Observer the Russian nuclear attack submarine active Norwegian waters. OREL Oscar-2 class!
AND ON THE SURFACE NOT HAVING [?] SUBMERGED?
"A nuclear-powered Oscar-II class submarine, similar in design to the «Kursk» is currently outside Norway."
"«Kursk» sank in the Barents Sea on August 12, 2000 after a torpedo exploded inside its tube, triggering a larger fire and explosion among the other torpedoes blowing up the entire front part of the submarine. All 118 on board were killed."
"«Orel» sails the Norwegian Sea north of Lofoten. «The submarine is approximately 70 nautical miles outside Lofoten,»"
NORWEGIAN AUTHORITIES ALERT AND ON THE BALL, OBSERVANT. FEAR OF AN INADVERTENT RADIOACTIVE RELEASE A REASONABLE AND VALID CONCERN.
"Norwegian radiation watchdog says its round-the-clock alert-readiness is prepared to act in case of accident."
See my previous blog entry the unexplained "spike" in iodine-131 as was the case over a year ago now!
As to: "on the surface and not having submerged".
This is pure and simple intimidation directed by the Russian toward the Norwegian? Look at we have! What can you do about it!
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