SCOG replacements (ref: HMS Tireless) cost £3.6 million

Discussion in 'Submariners' started by soleil, Aug 15, 2009.

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  1. Cheap by comparison.Tragicly cost two men their lives but it could have been the whole boat.
  2. The really sad point is the cursory way in which the £3.6m has been accounted for. "Constructive Losses" all neat and tidy, just what the auditors would like.
    Nothing will reflect the sheer incompetence of used/returned stock being returned fit for service onto front line boats, imperiling the lives of submariners. Their equipment should be fail safe and no margin left for error... Logical Logistics!
  3. Nothing will reflect the sheer brilliance we have for being smart buggers after the event.
  4. So will the Goobermint hunt down and charge the person responsible for falsifying the paperwork?

    Nope, thought not.

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