This is probably fine.
It's the headline that covers all of the news.
The UK, US, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Peru, and South Africa have all officially offered their assistance in finding the sub, which has been missing since Wednesday morning.
“It sounds like something a 4-year-old would tell you.”
At sea, communication is everything.
Not the actual queen, it's what they called a new boat.
All our attack submarines are broken or out of action, so stay out of the sea.
They didn't even want it in the first place, jeez.
Harpoon missiles coming off and there's no replacement on the way.
The new device, announced yesterday, is a “high-resolution, see-through head-up display embedded directly inside of a diving helmet.”
It’s a fun tradition that teaches teamwork and caps off a hard year—but it looks oh so ridiculous.
A Russian helicopter circled multiple times before two Russian jets did 11 low-altitude passes by the USS Donald Cook.
I think you underestimate the USS Zumwalt's sneakiness.
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It's the US Navy's new toy, a super kitted out mega tank for the seas.
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