Isn't a submarine supposed to sink?
@GrimMrGosh, quote from guy who didnt install hatch open alarm...
@GrimMrGosh, well yes, but actually no
@GrimMrGosh, not in that fashion
@GrimMrGosh, technically right is the best kind of rights
There isn't a fail safe for that?
@MrWonka, It would if it was a 4 billion dollar submarine.
@MrWonka, one sure would think so
Me: opens window to let in some fresh air
Everyone else in the submarine:
As a submariner can confirm this happens all the time
@BigJohnson86, Can also confirm. Got fired for this same thing (For all any of you know)
@BigJohnson86, you lose $3B submarines all the time?
@SWAT the fireman, yup it’s why we spend so much on military stuff. We just send it to the bottom of the ocean
Maybe they could use that money to clean up their shït hole country.
Anyone who has been there knows what I’m taking about. It’s crazy shïtty.
I laughed so hard when I first saw this article. Stupid camel jockeys!
@ImNotRacistBut, "I'm not racist"
@McZanderful, No, just overly exaggerated. From what I read, they noticed it in time to save it.
Can they not send a diver down, slap an adapter on that open hatch and pump air in and water out? That at least gets all the material and stuff back even if all the electronics are fried.
@mas2de, It didn’t sink as this meme suggested. Water did get into the sub and caused some damage that led to it being worked on for 10 months.
*5k$ car* has door open light. *3b$ submarine* no door light
The ship breakers in Bangladesh can scrap it for them.
Captain its sinking!
Thats th point of a submarine!
Crazy! This happens to me all the time as well! How many submarines do you own? I have 7 in my garage.