Submarine accident 21 March 2007

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  1. I just heard a snippet on the Radio 4 news (1800) that an accident on a RN submarine has killed two.

    I expect more details will be on after the budget news.

    If true, Rest In Peace.
  2. It has occurred on HMS/m Tireless. The BBC reports that two Marines have been killed. The MOD have reported that two RN submariners have been killed.

    This is what the MOD Press Release reported:

    Info on HMS/mTireless.

    Rest in Peace lads!
  3. The BBC has just changed "marines" to "sailors." Apparently two are dead and one wounded, and that next of kin have been informed.

    The reactor is unaffected and she is on the surface returning home.

    Good luck.
  4. R.I.P LADS!!!!
  5. RIP shipmates
    Away on eternal patrol
  6. Very sad, just heard this on the news. Thinking of the families of the men.
  7. My thoughts are with the families.
    I'm sure all submariners past&present
    who now are aware of this event will be
    pausing for a moment.
  8. Condolences and a moment of respect.
  9. Condolences ... shocking news
  10. r.i.p. lads, condolences to the mens familys
  11. RIP Lads, my thoughts and condolances are with your family, friends and crewmates.

    God bless.

  12. wet_blobby

    wet_blobby War Hero Moderator

    R.I.P Fellas
  13. Our thoughts and best wishes go out to the families left behind
  14. RIP fellas, deepest condolences to your friends and loved ones.
  15. Rest in Peace Shipmates

    Whenever we lose a serviceman it always brings to mind the last two lines of a famous poem , to-day it would read

    Perhaps a simple headline, in a paper that would say,

    Our Country is in mourning, for two Sailors died to-day.

    Condolences to their Families.
  16. R.I.P and condolances to those left behind.
  17. janner

    janner War Hero Book Reviewer

    RIP Lads, lets hope the survivours injuries aren't to serious
  18. My Thoughts are with the Families of these lads.
    RIP Shipmates
  19. R.I.P lads and condolances to the families.
  20. RIP. Thoughts go to the families and friends of those not coming home.

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