Pakistan Navy Submarine "Ghazi" 1971

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Interesting. Reading between the lines and discounting all the Pakinstani jingoism, it seems Ghazi failed to set an adequate delay on her mines and thus blew herself up when the minelay took longer than anticipated.
 
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Jack77 said:
Interesting. Reading between the lines and discounting all the Pakinstani jingoism, it seems Ghazi failed to set an adequate delay on her mines and thus blew herself up when the minelay took longer than anticipated.
I think the point the story was getting at was the fact that the presence of
a submarine stopped the Indian Navy from sailing.

The minelay ---and then forgetting where they were mmmmm!!
C'est l'Guerre :bball: :bball:

:nemo: :nemo:
 
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I don't know about that article, they had Admiral Byng being executed on HMS Monarch a 74 Gun Warship in 1957, now I do know some history, but I don't think my old man would have sailed on a 74 gunner back during the Korean conflict...:DDD

Admiral Byng was executed on the quarter-deck of the 74-Gun HMS Monarch in Portsmouth on 14 March 1957

The Real Story of Byng


Soooo take the rest of the article with a grain of salt?
 

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