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Apparently a Indonesian submarine has been missing since Wednesday with 55 people onboard.

U.K., France, Germany Australia and now the US are helping to look for it. It’s projected their air supply will run out later today.

Frankly that sounds a horrific way to go. In the dark, with no air and nobody knows where you are. I hope they are found safe.
Picklebobble2 · 56-60, M
Hard to make any vessel on Earth just disappear.
So they must have some idea where it is.

Has a ring of the Kursk about it !
[@448576,Picklebobble2] They will find it for sure, but I just hope when they open the hatch people climb out alive.
Picklebobble2 · 56-60, M
[@981722,morvoren] The fact they’ve made it known its ‘missing’ means they already know the answer.
I suspect this is all something of a smokescreen so the government has some sort of plausible denial for the families and their own press.
Asmae · 31-35, F
It’s often Indonesia and Malaysia with those mysterious incidents ~
It's not looking promising
[@776292,BeefySenpie] It’s heart breaking. Most equipment these navies in Asia are using are obsolete western vessels. My Dads U.K. ship from the Falklands war is still in active service in the Pakistan Navy. It’s almost 50 years old now.

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