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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
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This was all just an exercise:

[link to www.modoracle.com]
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Cover story? Not sure at this point.
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This was all just an exercise:

[link to www.modoracle.com]



From that article:

"Exercise Saif Ledge brought together units from the Kuwaiti, French and US navies as well as our own Royal Navy, and also included units from the Kuwait Coast Guard."


Well, it was fun while it lasted, kept my interest for the first two days for sure.
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Lol, we may never know for sure.
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This was all just an exercise:

[link to www.modoracle.com]
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Fuck, we don't have any confirmation that OP was referring to the Gulf of Mexico. A/C might be right. Maybe we went down a rabbit hole.
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That was in the block with the Gulf Horizon well.


You answered my question before I asked. Thx

Does anyone know square miles of the block, by chance?

Will look but if someone has the info nady...much appreciated.

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Lucked out:
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This was all just an exercise:

[link to www.modoracle.com]



From that article:

"Exercise Saif Ledge brought together units from the Kuwaiti, French and US navies as well as our own Royal Navy, and also included units from the Kuwait Coast Guard."


Well, it was fun while it lasted, kept my interest for the first two days for sure.
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Well, there ya go. Funny part is that is wasn't in our Gulf but the Persian Gulf.


Quote from article:
"My ship's company have enjoyed a short break in Abu Dhabi, which has allowed us to recharge not only our supplies, but my people."


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This was all just an exercise:

[link to www.modoracle.com]


Fuck, we don't have any confirmation that OP was referring to the Gulf of Mexico. A/C might be right. Maybe we went down a rabbit hole.
 Quoting: Rockhuff

Have you read the title of the thread?
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I don't know Rockhuff,
One:
Filling out an international incident report
two:
Magnetic water (why would this be involved?)
those two stick in my mind...
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Yes, however that could have been an assumption by the OP, that it was the Gulf of Mexico. Trust me, I want to believe OP, I don't want to think we were all fooled.
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True, maybe the A/C is a shill and making me doubt.
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If it did happen in the Gulf, would we hear about it? Thru MSM?

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True, maybe the A/C is a shill and making me doubt.
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It still lends credence to the fact that he probably did hear it over a secure line.
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If it did occurr in the GOM , the best explanation would be a cover story. Lieing eyes thing. Well, I'm off for some time with the wife, everyone be safe, and Jen, keep us updated..
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This was all just an exercise:

[link to www.modoracle.com]



From that article:

"Exercise Saif Ledge brought together units from the Kuwaiti, French and US navies as well as our own Royal Navy, and also included units from the Kuwait Coast Guard.
Well, it was fun while it lasted, kept my interest for the first two days for sure.
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and maybe, they just quickly invent an "exercise" for plausible deniability

they were "practicing" for a major oil spill back in March or April, i believe

but, BP told the MMS that they had cracked up the sea floor in February

see?
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If it did happen in the Gulf, would we hear about it? Thru MSM?
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Should be fairly easy to confirm by checking if there were subs in the Persian Gulf exercises.

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this thread needs to die already.....................
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this thread needs to die already.....................
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Why? Is it disrupting your American Idol reruns??

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I think we need more information before we conclude anything for certain about this thread.

Remember, we are constantly lied to and fed disinformation by governments and MSM.
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Thanks for info. Big assist.


Matt Simmons said that overflights showed that the main leak source appeared to be about 6-7 miles from Deepwater Horizon. Simmons did not say which direction.


[link to latimesblogs.latimes.com]

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Monday released new data from the agency's latest research trip through the Gulf of Mexico, showing concentrations of oil below the surface at more than 3,600 feet below the surface, about 7.5 nautical miles southwest of the BP's blown-out well.
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Nope....not dead yet.

India Times reference for Saif Ledge:


Quotes matching 'Saif Ledge'

1. " I was delighted at the success of Exercise Saif Ledge and the visit from Captain Farrington. My ship’s company have enjoyed a short break in Abu Dhabi which has also allowed us to recharge not only our supplies, but also my people. Now back at sea we remain fully focused on the task at hand – as part of..."
SOURCE: St Albans Review 4 days ago


[link to 1click.indiatimes.com]


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Hey ALL:

Just to note incase you missed my post waaaaaaaay back somewhere between page 1 and 50 (Forget Page), I posted this June 26th News story from the Sun Sentinel.

Might be related to OP's posting's


<START 80% SNIP>

Sub sightings baffle witnesses
Officials theorize that Navy vessels are in transit or doing testing

By Robert Nolin, Sun Sentinel
6:17 p.m. EDT, June 26, 2010

Loch Ness has its Nessie. Chesapeake Bay has Chessie. Even Lake Champlain has a critter called Champy.

So what mysteries lurk beneath the briny off South Florida?

Something a little more mundane than your standard mythical sea monster, but no less fearsome: Full-scale submarines, baffling beachgoers and boaters with now-you-see-it, now-you-don't appearances.

They're big, gleaming black, and glide silently offshore among freighters headed to Port Everglades and cruise ships steaming to exotic ports. Although warlike, this sub-festation is friendly: most likely our guys — Navy vessels cruising to classified destinations or participating in tests from a local facility.

"It's not uncommon. We've gotten reports, maybe a handful of times," Coast Guard Petty Officer Barry Bena said of the sub sightings. "It's definitely a possibility that it could be a Navy sub transiting the area."

The big warfish have fascinated those who have noticed them from land or sea.

Most recently was fisherman Ryan Danoff, who came across a periscope about four miles off Hollywood beach earlier this month. He chased the undersea spyglass with his 31-footer before it slipped beneath the waves in a gush of bubbles.

Danoff, a 30-year-old Fort Lauderdale resident, called the Coast Guard during and after the episode.

"I would like to have found out what was going on out there," he said. "They never got back to me. Still got me wondering."

Another Fort Lauderdale man, freelance writer David Schwartz, was taking sunrise photos on May 10 when he captured the unmistakable image of a sub so close off Fort Lauderdale beach that white caps from waves breaking along the shore could be seen in the frame.

"It was fairly obvious what it was," said Schwartz, 52, who has lived in the military town of Pensacola and is familiar with submarines. "It didn't seem as if it was trying to hide itself."

Schwartz said the vessel — its conning tower, lights and tail fin clearly visible — slowly and soundlessly followed ships entering the port, then turned and tracked out to sea. "As soon as it started becoming light out it went down," he said.

A year ago Saturday, again around sunrise, Robert Rodonich of Hollywood was on Dania Beach when a sub came into view about a half mile offshore. "I was shocked how it just came up out of nowhere," he said.

Rodonich, 42, dashed home and got a camera. He snapped a photo with 4-year-old daughter Lillian in the foreground, clad in red, white and blue, and offering a smile and a thumbs-up.

For five days Rodonich and other observers at the Dania Pier witnessed the sub cruise back and forth in a north-south pattern. At night it was alit.

"There were times it just disappeared, then came up about a half hour or 45 minutes later," he said. "I think it was a training exercise or something like that."

Rodonich could be right. The sub was south of Port Everglades inlet, the location of the South Florida Ocean Measurement Facility, which has operated a Navy range for more than 40 years.

According to its website, the facility monitors electromagnetic and acoustic signals from surface ships and submarines in a "near-shore environment" and "encompasses the Navy's only shallow and deep magnetic research and development ranges, including submerged operations."
<END 80% SNIP>

Source: [link to www.sun-sentinel.com]
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Or glp. lol


Funny how NOAA is now coming out and admitting this stuff, after the original researchers got so much grief. So you think this is where it's at?




Maybe they decided it was better coming from them than from intelligence gathered by other nations' subs.
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Commander Adrian Pierce, Commanding Officer of HMS St Albans, said "I was delighted at the success of Exercise Saif Ledge and the visit from Captain Farrington.
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This was all just an exercise:

[link to www.modoracle.com]
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I think this was in the Persian Gulf near Kuwait...

Could still be the same DED that OP caught...

I am glad there is some collaboration at least, to his story...

Hope there is no repercussions from this, for OP sake...

We need for people to see/hear this activity and report it... It could have been the real deal...


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It's a different incident. OP mentions different countries than the account mentions. The account was about an exercise in the Persian Gulf.

OP never mentioned Kuwaiti subs. He did mention German and others not mentioned in the article.
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From June 24:

HMS St Albans promote maritime security in the Persian Gulf

3:22pm Thursday 24th June 2010

THE crew on board royal navy frigate HMS St Albans have been put through their paces in a coalition exercise during its six-month mission tackling piracy, illegal trafficking and smuggling in the Persian Gulf.

Exercise Saif Ledge saw forces from Kuwait, the US and France work with sailors from the type 23 frigate board several arabian vessels, known as dhows, to promote friendly relations.

The Portsmouth-based warship has been touring Iraqi waters helping the Government to protect oil platforms and hunt down small boats carrying weapons and explosives for Islamic extremists since January.

The crew were also visited by Captain Richard Farrington, Captain Surface Ships of Portsmouth Flotilla, who oversaw the various drills and exercises on board which ranged from damage control to weapons training.

<SNIP>

[link to www.stalbansreview.co.uk]


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It's a different incident. OP mentions different countries than the account mentions. The account was about an exercise in the Persian Gulf.

OP never mentioned Kuwaiti subs. He did mention German and others not mentioned in the article.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 323774

aircraft
argentine sub
isreali sub
non registered us flag flying ships
etc

its a smoke screen, i dont buy it
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This was all just an exercise:

[link to www.modoracle.com]
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nice try
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Thank you. I do not trust oogle on this since they and BP have already made a deal to "handle" the public regarding spill info.



Thank you. Do you have the link handy for this? If so, please post.



28.25N, 88.81W
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It's a different incident. OP mentions different countries than the account mentions. The account was about an exercise in the Persian Gulf.

OP never mentioned Kuwaiti subs. He did mention German and others not mentioned in the article.
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I would not exclude based solely on that info.

However, we have just pulled two pieces stating the exercise was over....reported four days ago....the vessels were back at sea.

Thread still breathing..........gasping but still has a pulse. (wink)

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From June 24:

HMS St Albans promote maritime security in the Persian Gulf

3:22pm Thursday 24th June 2010

THE crew on board royal navy frigate HMS St Albans have been put through their paces in a coalition exercise during its six-month mission tackling piracy, illegal trafficking and smuggling in the Persian Gulf.

Exercise Saif Ledge saw forces from Kuwait, the US and France work with sailors from the type 23 frigate board several arabian vessels, known as dhows, to promote friendly relations.

The Portsmouth-based warship has been touring Iraqi waters helping the Government to protect oil platforms and hunt down small boats carrying weapons and explosives for Islamic extremists since January.

The crew were also visited by Captain Richard Farrington, Captain Surface Ships of Portsmouth Flotilla, who oversaw the various drills and exercises on board which ranged from damage control to weapons training.

<SNIP>

[link to www.stalbansreview.co.uk]


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The article doesn't mention subs at all....




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