BBC Magazine: "Life On A British Cold War Submarine"

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  1. "At the height of the Cold War, HMS Ocelot secretly served on the front line. In the clandestine battle against the Soviet navy, she would stay submerged for weeks at a time, silently watching and listening to the enemy. Five members of her crew during the 1960s recall their extraordinary life below the waves."

    BBC News - Life on a British Cold War submarine
     
  2. "Food was better than gens" hmm, mad dogs and mouldy bread for 5 oclockers, herring based spagbol/pizza/anything else, and one tin of Mrs B between 3 for duff
     
  3. Thats why you were a lot richer than we paupers on gens, sharkey ! :hungry:
     
  4. Morally, aromatically or financially?.
     
  5. :toilet:
    All three.......although aromatic encompasses a whole range of fragrancies, some of which should not be discussed before the watershed. :toilet:
     

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