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    Off topic S. Korea Navy Ship Sinks

    This is off topic, but has to do with diving. I feel for the families of the lost South Korean Marines. Hopefully the navy divers can find some answers. Hot off the press..........

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100327/ap_on_re_as/as_skorea_ship_sinks
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    Re: S. Korea Navy Ship Sinks

    Not looking good for finding many more survivors. All I know is that this is a very precarious situation considering where this ship went down. The PDRK has an inferior naval capability and I find it highly improbable that they would initiate...time will tell.
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    Re: S. Korea Navy Ship Sinks

    I hope it was only an accident, but they were too fast to shift the blame away from North Korea. Perhaps the ship struck an old mine.
    Last thing we need is a war on three fronts.
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    Re: S. Korea Navy Ship Sinks

    Quote Originally Posted by outatime View Post
    I hope it was only an accident, but they were too fast to shift the blame away from North Korea. Perhaps the ship struck an old mine.
    Last thing we need is a war on three fronts.
    There is also speculation here in Asia (I'm in Japan, quite close to the scene) that that the South Korean ship may have have wandered off course and hit a South Korean mine.

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