Found 77 years on.. icy tomb of british submarine with 58 seamen on board.
The final resting place of 58 British seamen killed when their submarine sank in World War Two has been discovered in the North Sea by accident. The wreck was stumbled upon 77 years after it disappeared by a group of Polish divers who were looking for one of their nation’s lost submarines in the area. A 3D radar scan showing the craft perfectly intact in 308ft of water has confirmed it to be HMS Narwhal which was attacked by the Luftwaffe during the Battle of Britain in July 1940. The submarine …
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Libyan coastguard fired warning shots near a Mission Lifeline humanitarian ship and boarded it in a search for migrants, according to a spokesman for the charity.
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First plane returns on board United States Navy air craft carrier Boxer after striking North Korean positions. Plane handlers park the plane. Lieutenant Commander Coffman gets out of the cockpit of F4U air craft. Location: Korea. Date: September 15, 1950.
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Lost world war i submarine found with remains of 23 crew on board
Lost world war i submarine found with remains of 23 crew on board
Researchers have located the wreck of a World War I German Uboat off the coast of Belgium. The subma…
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Ordnance Factory Board Expects Indian Army To Order For 700 More T-90S Tanks In 2018.
India’s state-owned Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) expects to receive an order in early 2018 to licence-build a total of 700 T-90S main battle tanks (MBTs) for the Indian Army (IA) by 2022, R K Khanna, the OFB’s director general, told Jane’s on 15 September at the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) 2017 exhibition in London.
The order will provide the IA with enough tanks to equip two new regiments and replace the retired T-55 MBTs. The move will also allow the OFB to increase its production share of the tank to 96% by manufacturing most of the electronics and mission systems, said Khanna, adding that a few essential elements will remain with external suppliers for the time being.
The OFB has completed a technology transfer from Russia for the tank, which is designated the Bhishma in Indian service, and is already capable of manufacturing 74% of it without external assistance.
The order, which is expected to be placed in April next year, will require a maximum capacity effort to produce 140 tanks a year and meet the completion date in 2022, Khanna added.
Plans are also afoot for the ‘Bhishma 2’, which is a comprehensive upgrade programme proposed for the T-90S and also forms part of the 700 platform order. The upgrade will include the installation of a new panoramic sight and fire-control system for the tank commander, along with the installation of a completely digital architecture to ensure that the tank can be upgraded in the future.
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KEY WEST, Fla (Sept. 12, 2017) U.S. Marines embarked aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7) and assigned to the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) board MH-60R Sea Hawk helicopters on the flight deck aboard the ship to conduct humanitarian relief efforts. The Department of Defense is supporting the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the lead federal agency, in helping those affected by Hurricane Irma to minimize suffering and is one component of the overall whole-of-government response effort. (U.S. Navy video/Released) 170912-N-ZK016-0001
Residents of Mwatate area in Taita Taveta have a reason to smile after the Coast Water Services Board commissioned a 500,000 litre water storage tank to enhance water supply in the area. The chairman of the board Granton Samboja said the facility will boost access to water for over 6,000 house holds in Mwatate and its environs.
Danish submarine owner says accident on board killed Kim Wall
The Danish inventor accused of killing journalist Kim Wall on board his submarine has testified that a falling hatch killed her. Her headless body washed up in Copenhagen two weeks ago.
Swedish journalist Kim Wall died when she was accidentally hit by a heavy hatch cover on board a home-made submarine, the Danish owner of the vessel testified in court on Tuesday.
Peter Madsen, who denies killing her, said he was holding the hatch for Wall as they sailed in the strait between Denmark and Sweden last month on the UC3 Nautilus submarine he had built.
With the vessel at the surface, he said he had crawled out through the hatch and was standing on top, while holding it open to let Wall follow him. At that moment, the submarine was rocked by a wave from another boat.
“I lose my foothold and the hatch shuts,” he told the Copenhagen court, saying Wall was knocked to the floor. “There was a pool of blood where she had landed.”
A prosecutor also read earlier testimony from behind closed doors in which Madsen said the impact had fractured the journalist’s skull and killed her.
He said he tried to bury her at sea but denied mutilating her body, and added that he had contemplated killing himself while still on board.
Wall, a 30-year-old freelance journalist who was researching a story on Madsen, went missing after he took her out to sea in his 17-meter (56-foot) submarine on Aug. 10.
On Aug. 23, police identified a headless female torso that washed ashore in Copenhagen as Wall’s. The cause of her death has not been determined.
In court, Madsen denied having amputated her limbs and said he dropped her “whole” body into the water, several hours after her death, after having a sleep because he was “tired and exhausted.”
He admitted that he wanted to “bury her at sea” by attaching metal to the body in order for it to sink.
“I had no contact with the body and didn’t want a dead body in my submarine,” Madsen told the court. “I put a rope around her feet to drag her out of the hatch,” he said, adding that he was crying during this operation.
“I am suicidal at this stage (and) thought a fitting end for Peter Madsen would be on board the Nautilus,” he said. “I was in a condition where I decided I couldn’t continue the life I had been living.”
He changed his mind, he said, because he wanted to see his wife and three cats.
The police have charged Madsen, 46, with killing the Swedish journalist, which could mean a sentence of five years to life in prison, and with abusing a corpse. The Copenhagen district court will rule on whether to extend his custody and on what charges.
In its preliminary investigation, the court had ordered Madsen detained until Tuesday on the lesser charge of involuntary manslaughter.
The submarine is one of three Madsen had built and one of the largest privately built ones in the world. It could carry eight people and weighed 40 tonnes fully equipped.
A day after taking Wall out to sea, Madsen was rescued in a navy operation after deliberately sinking the vessel.
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