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Nov 26 15 4:50 PM
Nov 26 15 4:59 PM
Sam wrote:Almost certainly there are "neutral" submarines looking for information that will be passed on to the enemy.
Nov 26 15 5:51 PM
Nov 26 15 11:43 PM
Sam wrote:The same kind of information that Russian submarines would try to gather for their own purposes. The enemy is everybody else until proof of the contrary and then still so. Weren't you told that Russians are paranoid?
Nov 27 15 9:34 AM
Steve Crandell wrote:So, for example, a US SSN is collecting data on the Russian surface ship. What enemy would they be passing this info on to?
Steve Crandell wrote:it's much easier in general to use aircraft to gather info on a potential surface ship opponent.
Nov 27 15 10:03 AM
Nov 28 15 5:43 AM
Condottiere wrote:I'm not too sure about British neutrality, but their subs regularly violated Soviet waters, bastions and snuck around when very large naval exercises were carried out, taking electronic and audio signatures and actual pictures.
Presumably, they passed those on to the Americans.
Dec 9 15 12:05 AM
Russian submarine hits targets in Syria
By Christopher P. Cavas 3:58 p.m. EST December 8, 2015
WASHINGTON — Russian media reports that a Russian diesel-electric submarine operating in the Mediterranean Sea on Tuesday launched Kalibr cruise missiles at targets in Syria.
Agence France-Presse, citing Russian news agencies, reported that Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said Tuesday the military had launched strikes in Syria for the first time from a submarine stationed in the Mediterranean.
"We used Kalibr cruise missiles from the Rostov-on-Don submarine from the Mediterranean Sea," Shoigu told President Vladimir Putin, Russian news agencies reported.
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Feb 14 16 3:42 AM
Russia sends brand new cruise missile ship to Syria: report
February 12, 2016 7:03 PM
Moscow (AFP) - Russia has dispatched a new ship armed with cruise missiles to the Mediterranean, the navy announced Saturday, as reports said it is bound for Syria.
The Zelyony Dol, a patrol ship armed with Kalibr cruise missiles that only joined the Black Sea fleet in December, departed for the Mediterranean, the Black Sea fleet said in a statement.
RIA-Novosti news agency further quoted a security source in Crimea -- where the Black Sea fleet is based -- saying that the ship is bound for Syria and may take part in Russia's campaign to support the Syrian army.
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Condottiere wrote:Let's be fair, that's reserved for the carrier.
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