Search and Rescue crews save 7 sailors from stricken ship

#3
Reading the article Scouse, it looks like a snag which they cleared. Possible fouling the layering of the cable of the drum. If the cable itself was damaged they would have had to change the cable but the article simply says the cable was cleared. So my thoughts are a winch run out to re lay the cable on the drum!!!!
 
#4
Reading the article Scouse, it looks like a snag which they cleared. Possible fouling the layering of the cable of the drum. If the cable itself was damaged they would have had to change the cable but the article simply says the cable was cleared. So my thoughts are a winch run out to re lay the cable on the drum!!!!
bit like what you pingers did on the drum!!! On the 195 Dunking sonar LOL
 
#6
BZ to all, hopefully the media won't end up making this look like the RN couldn't sort it so had to call the RAF to help.

Is anyone else wondering why a flight from Valley didn't execute this rescue?
 
#8
BZ to all, hopefully the media won't end up making this look like the RN couldn't sort it so had to call the RAF to help.

Is anyone else wondering why a flight from Valley didn't execute this rescue?
Of course not. I mean he can't be in the Falklands and doing heroic rescues off our coastline too!!!!!