Sailors prepare to search for the Argentine navy submarine San Juan.

COMODORO RIVADAVIA, Argentina (Nov. 22, 2017) Undersea Rescue Command (URC) prepare the motor vessel Sophie Siem for the installation of the Submarine Rescue Diving and Recompression System (SRDRS) which operates the deep diving rescue vehicle, the Pressurized Rescue Module (PRM). Undersea Rescue Command, the U.S. Navy’s only submarine rescue unit, mobilized to support the Argentine government’s search and rescue efforts for the Argentine Navy diesel-electric submarine ARA San Juan. (U.S. Navy video by Lt. Karl Schonberg/Released)


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4 thoughts on “Sailors prepare to search for the Argentine navy submarine San Juan.

  1. I think unfortanetely that the ship is already lost. Good effort to all of those navies, sailors, and naval aviators from multiple countries that offered help, and tried to save it. This one is gonna be a heartbreaker, and my condolences to all the families. De corazón, sé que no és lo mismo saber que pensar, pero a veces la vida nos tira estas bolas curvas. Y hay que ser fuertes por los niños.

  2. Last news update saud that the last radio comm had what it sounds like a hull rupture or a decompression, before they lost comunication, i am praying for those sailor, but if something happened to the engine, they have 7 days of O2 which is already run out, and if it was a hull breach, please bring the bodies to the families, a latino i think it is most honorable thing to do, coming from the superior militant superpower

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