Discussion in 'The Tanks in World War 2 quiz section' started by Ebar, Jan 27, 2005.
SS260 or SS661?
You mean SSN 661?
Do I? Honestly I don't know anything about either!!
Sinking 53,443 tons of Japanese shipping, considering the SSN it could be this Lapon's sail was memorialized at American Legion Post 639, in Springfield, Missouri. ? :wink:
Think Cold War, please
I was going to guess the submerged radar attack of SS-260 that actually sank a Japanese ship, but your clue leads me to guess instead the 40 days that SSN-661 trailed a Soviet Boomer in the Atlantic.
now i know where Tom Clancy got his insperation to write "the hunt for the red october"
Well done -- Whitey Mack in the USS Lapon tailed a Soviet SSBN for several weeks
Name this ship!
no way thats a ship the greens go off the side is it the Enterprise? with photo booth?
It must be the Admiral's flagship...
We really must 'putter' stop to this! Bet there're a lot of birdies on board.! (Not as many as there were, someone putter hole in one!)
no it is a nimitz class carrier under admiral's special privileges
( it pays to be a big top brass )
I bet it's flying St.Andrews flag!
HMS Tiger (Woods) ?
Name germans largest sub ever build ?!
type X B
I thought that it would be the Type XIV Milchkühe. You know at first I wanted to make this an ironicaly question (Bismarck ), but now, it seems you´re right.
I thought it was that big chap who played for Bayern Munich? :roll: