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Fewer ships to go around may be cause of US Navy collisions

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

The déjà vu collision yesterday of the guided missile destroyer USS John S McCain with an oil tanker near Singapore was the Navy’s fourth serious incident in the western Pacific this year, and mirrored a similar disaster in June that claimed the lives of seven sailors off the coast of Japan. 932 more words

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Search continues for US sailors missing after destroyer collision

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

A hunt for survivors stretched into the night as search teams looked for the 10 US sailors who went missing after their warship collided with an oil tanker in the Singapore Strait. 550 more words

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How could a US warship have collided with a tanker?

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SINGAPORE: The US destroyer John S McCain collided with a tanker early on Monday (Aug 21) as the warship prepared to make a routine port call in Singapore, leaving a gaping hole in its hull and 10 sailors missing. 489 more words

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Five injured in two-vessel collision taken to Singapore; no oil spill detected

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

SINGAPORE – Singapore is leading search and rescue operations for 10 missing sailors after a United States warship and a merchant vessel carrying nearly 12,000 tonnes of fuel oil crashed east of the Republic on Monday (Aug 21) morning. 381 more words

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Indian Cookware, Utensils - Delight To A Household

Indian Cookware, Utensils – Delight To A Household

Kitchen utensils and cookware are a delight for the Indian household and often becomes gifts for every occasion. 137 more words

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Vessels For Destruction

You see that when we have vessels that are no longer of use to us, we throw them away or dash them to another. Well, God has no other god besides Him so He destroys His vessels when they’re not anymore profitable to Him. 331 more words


Iran says its drones near U.S. vessels are safe, following rules

LONDON (Reuters) – Iran’s powerful Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) rejected U.S. criticism that it flew a drone unsafely near a U.S. aircraft carrier in the Gulf and it defended its right to carry out air patrol missions in the area.