Skip to comments.Chinese sub successfully sneeks up on U.S. Navy
Posted on 11/11/2007 5:02:18 AM PST by mreerm
American military chiefs have been left dumbstruck by an undetected Chinese submarine popping up at the heart of a recent Pacific exercise and close to the vast U.S.S. Kitty Hawk - a 1,000ft supercarrier with 4,500 personnel on board.
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What’s there to zot about this? There is nothing misleading here.
earlier thread, different source, details, &c:
oops same story, the excerpt fooled me
Probably got a hand up from the Los Alamos sell out by the Clinton of military technology secrets.
Moreover, according to FR's resident naval expert Jeff Head, the ChiCom sub may have been "convinced" to surface during the encounter. If so, then it was probably a 688 attack sub accompanying the Kitty Hawk that scared the ChiComs out of the water.
Makes sense to me VR.
I am not sure why they are mystified, subs technology has made them incredibly quiet and very difficult to pick up by sonar.
Especially since some Japanese industrialist sold them top secret bearing manufacturing technology.
Was his name Bill Clinton? Oh, was that propeller technology and nuclear technology? It so hard to remember, Clinton gave the Chi-coms so much in return for those party favors.
Toshiba sold a lot of that tech to the Soviets. Remember than when you are shopping for a laptop.
It is a story that is more than a year old and for some reason it has appeared several times on FR in this run-up to Veterans Day.
Thanks a bunch Bubba and Hill Clinton, Bernard Swartz and Bill Richardson. You guys sold us down the river.
This is the third time in the past two days that this unproved story has been posted on Free Republic.
Note the date on the by-line;
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