50 years of Bombers

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  1. On this day…


    1959 – America launched the USS George Washington - the first submarine to be armed with ballistic missiles.

    How time flies

    Edited because I cant count, but then I was only a simple seam officer.
     
  2. Re: 60 years of Bombers

    So that'll be fifty then?
     
  3. Re: 60 years of Bombers

    That will be bomber queens exaggerating again :wink:
     
  4. Re: 60 years of Bombers

    So that'll be fifty then?
    Yes thats definitely 50 when i went to school :D :D
     
  5. So we're not talking about real submarines then?
     
  6. What's a Bomber got to do with Submarines? :D
     
  7. witsend

    witsend War Hero Book Reviewer

    50 years of mincing, Liberace would be proud!!!
     
  8. Anyone good at maths want to work out how far you'd get travelling at 4 knots for 50 years :D
     
  9. witsend

    witsend War Hero Book Reviewer

    And how many sausages were swallowed 8O
     
  10. Even if I was good at the maths, there are more exiting things to do with ones life, like watching grass grow, one of the reasons I avoided SM10.
     
  11. Quote

    1959 – America launched the USS George Washington - the first submarine to be armed with ballistic missiles.

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    No, that would be the Soviet Zulu Vs and Golfs.

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  12. Not too many responses from the bomber fags :wink:
     
  13. Well woukld you admit it?

    :cheers:
     
  14. FlagWagger

    FlagWagger Book Reviewer

    A mere 1,753,200 nautical miles (approximating 1 year to be 365.25 days)
     
  15. Slow day in the office FW 8O :wink:
     
  16. I suppose there was always going to be some one who would bite. :D
     
  17. FlagWagger

    FlagWagger Book Reviewer

    I was bored and it beats calculating the amount of heavy water being "lost" here at Chalk River assuming a leak rate of 4kg/hour and the subsequent cost of reprocessing said heavy water for reuse. Anyone know any good aluminim welders who can work in confined spaces and high rad fields?
     
  18. If you are at Chalk River, have they worked out what CRUD is yet?
     
  19. FlagWagger

    FlagWagger Book Reviewer

    As soon as they work out what it is, it ceases to be unidentifed and will therefore become CRID :)
     
  20. Us Bomber Queens wont lower ourselves to this low level of sarcasm, plus we are all off on a patrol Weekend
     

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