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American Nuclear Sub Loads Torpedoes at Norwegian Port

POWERFUL WEAPON: An MK48 torpedo is loaded onto the USS "Minnesota" attack submarine while it is docked at Haakonsvern naval base. Photo: Chief Petty Officer Travis Simmons / US Navy

The Hake Conservation call took place days before Russia showed muscle against Norway and NATO.

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  1. The Minnesota? An attack sub? I don’t think so. Fast attacks are named after cities, that is why it’s called the Los Angeles class. Boomers (missle subs) are named after states. That is why they are called Ohio class. MK48’s are not nukes (unless they have been modified). There is not enough shielding, and a dialed up yield would destroy the sub along with the target. For anyone who is curious, my avatar photo is of the business end of a Gato class submarine.

  2. I have forwarded this VT rehash article to six major Norwegian media.
    Norway’s official nuclear arms policy is “no atomic weapons on Norwegian soil”. Since the nuclear torpedoes were loaded onto US submarine(s) from the Norwegian base Haakonsvern (South of Bergen City on the Western coast of Norway), the nuke torpedoes must have been broght onto the sovereign soil of Norway in blatant violtion of official policy. This news

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