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US Warship “Aggressively Approached” by Russian ship in Arabian Sea

US Warship “Aggressively Approached” by Russian ship in Arabian Sea

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12 comments

  1. Do their navy ships usually approach like bitches or something?

  2. The International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea – a 1972 convention regulating the rules of navigation in the open sea – states that “the vessel which has the other on her own starboard side shall keep out of the way and shall, if the circumstances of the case admit, avoid crossing ahead of the other vessel.”

  3. If I were a sailor on a US warship, I wouldn’t be the slightest bit concerned about an approaching Russian or Chinese ship (except possibly worry about an accidental collision if somebody gets too ballsy). They’re not going to attack and spark WWIII, it’s just posturing.

    Some smaller power rushing you though, they might just do something stupid.

  4. I wonder why reddit traffic is so low.

  5. We need to let florida man drive our warships. The Russians will get brake checked, then backed over. Then we can watch it all from the Russian waship’s dash cam.

  6. With What, they only one they got? lol

  7. I suspect these incidents are staged.

  8. Get the heck out. Your boss’s boss us angry !!

  9. There are drunk russians everywhere.

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