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The McCain was fully disabled and not moving when the merchant oil tanker hit it 100% proof !
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[quote:jake:MV8zNjEyNjA1XzY0NDgzNTE0X0Q2RTREQTFC] [quote:Anonymous Coward 72726126:MV8zNjEyNjA1XzY0NDgzNDk3Xzg2RjY2QjlF] [quote:LunaFlora:MV8zNjEyNjA1XzY0NDgyMTE1XzFFNTYyNTM0] There really is something amiss. What the hell is going on? [/quote] Honestly? From an ex-sailor, the officer corps is staffed completely by old-boy know-nothing political flunkies. They're totally and utterly incompetent. It's alike a frat basically. We need military reform so it's structured more on a merit basis, like IDF, PLA, or shit even the Red Army promoted competent people into officers. The U.S. military? Either you went to the big frat "academies" or you're a peon, that's it. [/quote] better read what I just posted by radar officers [/quote]
From that pic you can tell the McCain was dead in the water. There is no shear damage from a ship under power. It was a direct hit ! The McCain would have been under full power to get out of the way of a ship that was 4 times it's size. It was also full daylight as far as I know. No shear no power. Look at where the "V" shaped part of the haul hit the war ship. Not one inch of shear.
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