US Navy accuses Russian intelligence ship Ivan Hurs of "dangerous rapprochement"

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US Navy accuses Russian intelligence ship Ivan Hurs of "dangerous rapprochement"

The US Navy has accused the Russian reconnaissance ship Ivan Hurs of “making dangerous proximity” with the USS Farragut (DDG-99) in the northern Arabian Sea. The American destroyer provided combat security for the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier Harry Truman. This was stated by the command of the 5th operational fleet USA.

On Thursday, a Russian ship made an aggressive maneuver against an American missile destroyer in the northern Arabian Sea. The Farragut was part of the carrier carrier group of the Harry Truman aircraft carrier when the Russian reconnaissance ship Ivan Hurs approached the destroyer from behind.

- said in a statement.



In turn, the Russian Defense Ministry denied the accusations of the American side, saying that there was no violation by the Ivan Khurs reconnaissance ship, namely, the American destroyer violated international rules for preventing collisions at sea.

The replicated statement by representatives of the 5th fleet of the US Navy about the alleged "dangerous" rapprochement between the Russian ship and the destroyer Farragut in the Arabian Sea is untrue. It was the US Navy destroyer, being on the left course of the Russian warship moving forward, on January 9, 2020, grossly violated international rules for preventing collisions of ships at sea, having made a maneuver to intersect its course

- declared in the Ministry of Defense


The military department accused American sailors of unprofessionalism and deliberate violation of international safety standards for navigation.

The Convention on the International Rules for the Prevention of Collisions at Sea of ​​1972, Rule No. 15 (“Cross-cutting Situation”) defines: “when two ships with mechanical engines run at intersecting courses so that there is a danger of a collision, then a ship that has another on its right to the side, must give way to another vessel and in so doing, if circumstances allow, to avoid crossing the course of the other vessel along its bow "
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    1. +16
      January 11 2020
      They didn’t get scared on the Khursa, they didn’t leave the course. ) But the boat is noticeably smaller than the American.
      1. +26
        January 11 2020
        Quote: Vladimir_2U
        They didn’t get scared on the Khursa, they didn’t leave the course. ) But the boat is noticeably smaller than the American.

        Well done! good The captain and crew worked perfectly and harmoniously, in the Traditions of the Russian Navy!
        From the Amer captain - take away the "rights" and check for alcohol and drugs!
        1. +12
          January 11 2020
          "On Thursday, January 9, during planned operations in the north of the Arabian Sea, the ship of the Russian Navy aggressively approached the ship USS Farragut (DDG 99)," the message says
          The Farragut destroyer team gave 5 short beeps, signaling the danger of a collision, and demanded a change of course, after which the Ivan Khurs reconnaissance “initially refused, but eventually changed course"Added the US Navy.

          In order to justify the destroyer, the explanation is being pushed that he allegedly did not allow a dangerous rapprochement between Ivan Khurs and Harry Truman, but after all, as a result of the "maneuvers", Ivan Khurs ended up on the left side of the destroyer, and therefore approached the supposed (according to the Yankees) location finding "Harry Truman" in the order laughing
          1. -5
            January 11 2020
            Not clear about the purpose of the "Ivan Khurs" maneuver?
            -show off?
            - Something had to be photographed?
            - have the Yankees lost something?
            Usually, when approaching an American order, they are asked to follow their order and they
            give the go-ahead and indicate the place of the scout in the warrant.
            And when they are not in their warrant and the beginning of aviation flights from the Yanko aircraft carrier, they indicate the beginning of flights and the safe removal of the reconnaissance ship
            1. +13
              January 11 2020
              But I am surprised) Where have you read this?
              Firstly: where on the video or in the available photos did you even see which order?
              Who told you this, about some kind of requests to a potential enemy and his answers, if the same MPPSS-72 do not require it? Why are you talking nonsense?
              The same rules also stipulate signals that are OBLIGED to raise to AB when they are either going to raise or receive aircraft (s).
              It should be noted that in the video we do not observe any maneuver of the "Ivan Khurs", the ship goes on its course without turns, this can be seen even in the end of the video and in one of the photos, where the wake of the ships is clearly visible. On the same trail, it is clear that it was the American who was approaching and dangerously crossed the course of our ship, precisely violating the COLREGs.
              I dare to suggest, It is quite possible that AB was going to replenish supplies, well, let's say from the starboard side, where the supply ship was supposed to go. And our ship was tasked with how to complicate it, to delay in time the beginning of this operation. For what he actually tried to get closer to AB. I just wanted to take a position from the starboard side of the AB and follow a parallel course, not necessarily even at a dangerous distance. MPPSS allows this, by the way.)
              And perhaps he was tasked with distracting the EM from himself, for which this is a different question, well, let's assume to make it easier for our submariners .....
              And the fact that the Yankees themselves violated all the rules is obvious. Their ship catches up with ours, while dangerously approaching and crossing its course having our ship on its starboard side.
              That something like this.
              1. -6
                January 11 2020
                ALEKSANDR KUTS (Sailor) Today, 12:11 NEW
                +2
                But I'm surprised) Where have you read this? "

                In the Mediterranean hi
                1. +1
                  January 11 2020
                  Which of the American ships did they serve? What is the nickname of the Russian letters missing?
              2. -2
                January 11 2020
                An aircraft carrier does not walk by itself. Yes, and the article states: "The American destroyer provided combat protection of the nuclear aircraft carrier" Harry Truman ".
                We look at the composition of his group:
                In the north arabian sea
                Carrier Strike Group 8
                aircraft carrier
                USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75), homeported in Norfolk, Va.
                Carrier Air Wing 1 Carrier Air Wing 1 is based at Naval Air Station Oceana, Va., And embarked on Harry S. Truman:
                • The “Red Rippers” of VFA-11 – Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) – from Naval Air Station Oceana – Va.
                • The “Checkmates” of VFA-211 from Naval Air Station Oceana – Va.
                • The “Sunliners” of VFA-81 from Naval Air Station Oceana – Va.
                • The “Knighthawks” of VFA-136 from Naval Air Station Lemoore – Calif.
                • The “Rooks” of VAQ-137 – Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) – from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island – Wash.
                • The “Seahawks” of VAW-126 – Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron (VAW) – from Naval Air Station Norfolk – Va.
                • The “Rawhides” of VRC-40 – Detachment – ​​Fleet Logistics Support Squadron (VRC) – from Naval Air Station Norfolk – Va.
                • The “Dragon Slayers” of HSC-11 – Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) – from Naval Air Station Norfolk – Va.
                • The “Proud Warriors” of HSM-72 – Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) – from Naval Air Station Jacksonville – Fla.
                Cruiser USS Normandy (CG-60), homeported in Norfolk, Va.
                Destroyer Squadron 28 Destroyer Squadron 28 is based at Norfolk, Va., And its leaders are embarked on Truman.
                • USS Lassen (DDG-82), homeported in Mayport, Fla.
                • USS Farragut (DDG-99), homeported in Mayport, Fla.
                • USS Forrest Sherman (DDG-98), homeported in Norfolk, Va.
                1. +1
                  January 13 2020
                  It turns out that you don't quite understand what an "aviation group" is)), I didn't understand English very well either) ......
                  of everything you copied and presented here, the term warrant, or as it is customary to say AUG here refers to three EMs and a URO cruiser, everything else is the aviation wing (aviation group) of this AB, with their names and place of permanent (main) base.
                  Actually, there is one more thing in the protection of the AB - there should be two submarines, but they were apparently modestly silent about them).
                  Yes, but you are aware that the AB has a type of short-range protection, but there is a long-range? And all of these ships do not necessarily go straight next to the AB, since you often see in all sorts of pictures (advertising).
                  read on ..... in the Mediterranean))
                  1. 0
                    January 13 2020
                    Unlike you, I have seen them at sea more than once.
                    And I know how the distillation games end and the other side loved to "joke"
                    Usually they don’t talk about submarines. But the Yankees think that there is a submarine under the reconnaissance ship .. And they raise their plane and throw buoys (which successfully become the prey of the reconnaissance ship).
                    1. 0
                      January 13 2020
                      You tell us plots of movies shtole))
                      No, the plane with these same buoys, it’s usually there, well, in the sense, away from AB, yeah.
                      And if it is necessary where closer, then they usually raise the helicopter and maybe even two, which (e) works as a lowered sonar device. Yes, I saw them too .....

                      ........ three hours in the position of the use of weapons .... AB Midway
                      1. 0
                        January 13 2020
                        Why do you rewrite me ZVO. ???
                        I still read it. When he was in the package on a subscription wink
                        Can you tell (not from the movie) how did Saratoga fly to the Turkish Muavinet at night ??
                        1. +1
                          January 13 2020
                          who cares, who pics about a past life
                        2. 0
                          January 13 2020
                          Welcome no offense..
                        3. +1
                          January 13 2020
                          Yes, I would fit you and pictures of his son, very good. impressive, already present, but time did not work out.
                          But in general, the people who saw the AB are not so few, there are not many old photos, and the new ones have not yet been put into public viewing, it’s a pity of course ... people would be glad.
                          But the news itself is for the public, and sometimes similar incidents happen weekly. What can you do, if there is an order, it must be followed, but the overwhelming majority of what is happening may seem strange, or even funny ......., well, maybe it’s good smile
                        4. 0
                          January 13 2020
                          Thank you.
                          This is not news - everything happens at sea .. And often even cooler. But try not to inflate and do it right .. It is scary. When people die ..
                        5. 0
                          January 13 2020
                          Oh, anegdod ......
                          Son asks father:
                          “Dad, why are all sailors bald or gray?”
                          dad answers
                          -You understand, son, gray-haired are those who served under the command of bald .......
                        6. 0
                          January 13 2020
                          wink ..I got it. in both categories laughing
            2. +5
              January 11 2020
              Actually, as stated in Rule 15 of the MPPSS-72 "When two ships with mechanical engines go at intersecting courses so that there is a danger of collision, a ship that has another on its right side must give way to another ship, if circumstances permit, avoid crossing the course of another vessel on its course. "In fact, the amerikos cut off our guys.
              1. 0
                January 11 2020
                Quote: dirk182
                Actually, as stated in Rule 15 of the MPPSS-72 "When two ships with mechanical engines go at intersecting courses so that there is a danger of collision, a ship that has another on its right side must give way to another ship, if circumstances permit, avoid crossing the course of another vessel on its course. "In fact, the amerikos cut off our guys.

                ===
                here, probably, another point:

                Rule 13 - Overtaking

                (a) Notwithstanding the requirements contained in the Rules of this section, each vessel overtaking the other shall be kept clear of the path of the vessel being overtaken.

                it’s not entirely clear in the video, the American left ahead, and then slowed down?
                1. 0
                  January 13 2020
                  on the video that I watched ours walked right on the starboard side of the American and were cropped by them .... it didn’t seem to me that there was overtaking
                  1. 0
                    January 14 2020
                    Quote: dirk182
                    on the video that I watched ours walked right on the starboard side of the American and were cropped by them .... it didn’t seem to me that there was overtaking

                    ====
                    here in this video the actions of the American are taken from the Russian ship https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqF6EcShwP0
                    1. 0
                      January 14 2020
                      so here it’s clearly and clearly visible that ours fell into the wake of the American ...
        2. +5
          January 11 2020
          Quote: ANIMAL
          From the Amer captain - take away the "rights" and check for alcohol and drugs!

          And to retake him, the loser. am
        3. +5
          January 11 2020
          It's just that the US sailors "forgot" the rules for the passage of ships (the Convention on International Rules for the Prevention of Collisions at Sea, 1972.) on crossing courses.
          1. +3
            January 11 2020
            Americans simply apply the rules and laws depending on whether they are profitable or not.
        4. +1
          January 13 2020
          Up to the confiscation of the vehicle in favor of our state! wassat
      2. +18
        January 11 2020
        Quote: Vladimir_2U
        Didn't get scared on "Khurs"

        He, a scout, is once afraid of work!
        1. +7
          January 11 2020
          our, apparently, decided to "sew through" Truman's order ", which caused" righteous "anger among the mattress mats ...
          a bold decision ... respect intelligence commander, definitely ...
          1. +17
            January 11 2020
            Quote: kepmor
            Respect Commander Respect, definitely ...

            In the second half of the last century, American sailors called our sea scouts "Fly in the soup". So this is a long-standing tradition of our OSNAZ!
      3. Cry
        -26
        January 11 2020
        The American is right because he set up his butt to save the aircraft carrier.
        1. +2
          January 11 2020
          Poop or what? recourse But close, really impressive! good
        2. +11
          January 11 2020
          Well, yes, it is in the tradition of the modern American Navy to substitute the ass ..... generally feed))))
        3. +4
          January 11 2020
          Quote: Choro
          The American is right, because he set up his ass, for the sake of saving the aircraft carrier

          In the sea, who crosses the course from one angle is not possible to understand. This is visible only from above on the wake trail.
          I admit that the Americans are lying deliberately. The last time they lied to the end ......
          1. +3
            January 11 2020
            How is it not clear if we clearly see that it is our ship that is to the right of the American? Moreover, the video shows that the American catches up with our ship, overtakes it and crosses its course. What other perspective is needed to understand that it was the American EM that intentionally violated the IPSS?)
        4. +6
          January 11 2020
          Quote: Choro
          framed his ass, to save the aircraft carrier.

          wassat
          Framed "ass" for the penetration of an enemy ship inside the order - respect to Americans from LGBT people

          On the USS Farragut (DDG 99) urgently raise the flag of belonging (pictured above) wassat laughing
          1. Cry
            0
            January 11 2020
            But he found himself, as his backside is more expensive than an aircraft carrier.
        5. +1
          January 11 2020
          Quote: Choro
          American is right because he set up his ass

          He painted that blue paint, once substitutes the stern.
      4. -15
        January 11 2020
        Yes, and the American fleet is slightly larger than the Russian ......... Americans do not climb on the rampage and the Russians use it and think that they are afraid. ...... They could turn a Russian ship into dust above water if they wanted to. .... Just a homespun truth .........
        1. +3
          January 11 2020
          In this case, it is the Americans who are getting into trouble .........
          Well, they’re not afraid, but they’re afraid, yes.)
        2. +6
          January 11 2020
          Quote: Yuri Yaroshevsky
          Just a homespun truth

          Just Svidomo nonsense. Yes
      5. +1
        January 11 2020
        Quote: Vladimir_2U
        They didn’t get scared on the Khursa, they didn’t leave the course. ) But the boat is noticeably smaller than the American.

        Not certainly in that way. USS "Farragut" was on the port side of "Ivan Khurs". According to the COLREGs rule 15. The American must give way. "Khurs" gave 5 short ones (pay attention), then one long one, that is, "I turn to the right." But the American is right here from the video you can see that the "Khurs" has a higher speed and is ahead of the USS "Farragut". This is where Rule 13 “Overtaking” comes into force Irrespective of the provisions of the Rules of this Section, each vessel overtaking another must keep clear of the track being overtaken by the vessel.
        A vessel is considered to overtake another vessel when it approaches it from a direction of more than 22.5 behind the last beam, i.e. when the overtaking vessel is in such a position with respect to the overtaking that at night, the overtaking vessel can only see the stern light of the overtaking vessel and cannot see any of its side lights.
        If there is any doubt as to whether the vessel is overtaking, it should be considered that this is the case and act accordingly.
        No subsequent change in the relative position of the two vessels may give rise to consider the overtaking vessel, in the meaning of these Rules, as a vessel heading for a course crossing, or to relieve the overtaking vessel from the obligation to stay away from the overtaking vessel until it is finally completed and left behind.
        Well, based on the video, I don't see such a critical situation for a collision. "Khurs" understood the situation as a normal navigator, the American also (video recording from him) accepted this situation calmly. For the media and people who see the sea from the shore, this is an incident, but for navigators it is a common occurrence, there are ten of them a day.
      6. +1
        January 11 2020
        Quote: Vladimir_2U
        They didn’t get scared on the Khursa, they didn’t leave the course. ) But the boat is noticeably smaller than the American.

        Yes, we must pay tribute to our sailors. Apparently, they slowed down for a while, let the “fools” go ahead, and then gained momentum again. Then the mattresses were mocked, even some "person" ran to the stern, apparently to watch. I am sure that our captain was in good control of the situation.
    2. +1
      January 11 2020
      Exploration by battle wink
      1. -11
        January 11 2020
        Quote: Connor MacLeod
        Exploration by battle wink

        What battle? You can show off very much when you know that the snout is not cleaned. Do you know what they call drivers on the road?
        1. +3
          January 11 2020
          Hi Professor! Are you very sure that the commander of the reconnaissance ship was engaged in a show off? And the difference between ship driving and showing off on a personal car is very different! hi
          1. -2
            January 11 2020
            Quote: Shooter22
            Hi Professor! Are you very sure that the commander of the reconnaissance ship was engaged in a show off? And the difference between ship driving and showing off on a personal car is very different! hi

            A scout must follow the warrant and collect everything and everything including all the garbage that is thrown overboard. And we are witnessing a demonstration of unprofessionalism.
            1. 0
              January 11 2020
              IN! And the garbage is called och modestly - "parasha" laughing
            2. +4
              January 11 2020
              The commander of a military ship, in the first place, must comply with the orders of the command. And secondly, the reconnaissance ship is not a garbage truck, now reconnaissance is carried out in other ways (if this, of course, is not a joke - about garbage collection). Where did you read about going for an order? Or did you send a training manual from the GRU for marine intelligence?
              And I doubt very much that the commander of Ivana Khurs is not a professional. It was just that everyone was doing their job.
              1. +1
                January 11 2020
                Quote: Shooter22
                The commander of a military ship, in the first place, must comply with the orders of the command. And secondly, the reconnaissance ship is not a garbage truck, now reconnaissance is carried out in other ways (if this, of course, is not a joke - about garbage collection). Where did you read about going for an order? Or did you send a training manual from the GRU for marine intelligence?
                And I doubt very much that the commander of Ivana Khurs is not a professional. It was just that everyone was doing their job.
                1. +1
                  January 11 2020
                  - It didn't "smell" like a ram. (recent: "Yaroslav the Wise", "Admiral Vinogradov").
                  - It was, but it's gone. Garbage is not collected. This is the lot of the "green".
                  - When you went to sea (if you did), did you consider the ship's commander a non-professional too? Or did they immediately write off to the shore? First, give a link to the Conclusion of the Commission to Investigate the Incident with "Liman", and then we will talk about the professionalism of its commander. Okay?

                  This is an ordinary ordinary event, not worth such a squeal in the media. Used the occasion to "sprinkle the saliva". No more.
                  1. 0
                    January 11 2020
                    Quote: Shooter22
                    - It didn't "smell" like a ram. (recent: "Yaroslav the Wise", "Admiral Vinogradov").
                    - It was, but it's gone. Garbage is not collected. This is the lot of the "green".
                    - When you went to sea (if you did), did you consider the ship's commander a non-professional too? Or did they immediately write off to the shore? First, give a link to the Conclusion of the Commission to Investigate the Incident with "Liman", and then we will talk about the professionalism of its commander. Okay?

                    This is an ordinary ordinary event, not worth such a squeal in the media. Used the occasion to "sprinkle the saliva". No more.

                    - If you didn’t go to the ram, then its actions are not at all clear.
                    - Garbage collected and collected.
                    - I met different commanders. Not everyone was smart and professional.
                    - The conclusions of the commission are classified. With what?
                    - This is not an ordinary event, but a violation of the contract of 1972.
                    1. +2
                      January 12 2020
                      - Once again: Which ram? Wake watched? Do you really think that at the helm of a Russian ship, who decided in neutral waters to thus bring himself to the pantheon of glory? Professor, right you do sophistry.
                      - Is this your opinion (about garbage) or a confirmed fact? Throw a link? (just wondering
                      - Since the commission's conclusions have not been seen, why did you suddenly decide to recall the "Liman" and the cattle carrier? Do we operate with facts or garbage information of the agency "Unian"? Or is it so convenient for you?
                      - Professor, if there had been real damage, then we would have talked about violating the International Rules for the Prevention of Collisions at Sea. Or did I watch the Americans stumble into court? And even if a real international trial had begun there, the big question is who would be really to blame. The truth is somewhere near. It is so?
                      1. -1
                        January 12 2020
                        Quote: Shooter22
                        - Once again: Which ram? Wake watched? Do you really think that at the helm of a Russian ship, who decided in neutral waters to thus bring himself to the pantheon of glory? Professor, right you do sophistry.

                        -Nothing else can be explained to the commander’s irresponsible behavior.
                        - I won’t throw a link (about rubbish) since during my service on the Red Banner Black Sea Fleet there was no Internet and cell phones either, but you could get a camera on board at the most ...
                        -Liman drowned from a collision with a cattle truck. This is a medical fact. The findings of the commission are strangely classified.
                        - Almost an accident is already an accident and a violation of the contract of 1972 took place. video evidence of this. To sue Russia is a waste of time. Every now and then tourists spike, then they relax on their net.
                        1. 0
                          January 12 2020
                          Smiled! ))) Thanks for the discussion Professor. hi
              2. 0
                January 11 2020
                Quote: Shooter22
                The commander of a military ship, in the first place, must comply with the orders of the command.

                Here you are right. But! The warship must carry the St. Andrew's flag, and the ship "Ivan Khurs" carries the State flag of Russia. Therefore, he must comply with all rules for civil courts. Although the incident between the American destroyer and the Russian ship was simply sucked from the finger. Normal daily work, and what kind of violations there, but they simply do not exist. Walk yourself at least once from Mediterranean through the Dardanelles, the Bosphorus to the Black Sea, or from Drogden to Biscay, and then you will understand.
                1. 0
                  January 13 2020
                  "Ivan Khurs" is a Russian Navy ship and carries the St. Andrew's flag, the flag of the Russian Navy. Take a closer look.
                  We do not know what task was assigned to the commander of our ship.
                  MPPSS they, for all ships and ships are the same in international (neutral) waters.
                  It is only in our own waters that we can establish areas where there are some special priorities for naval ships.
                  1. 0
                    January 13 2020
                    Quote: ALEKSANDR KUTS
                    "Ivan Khurs" is a Russian Navy ship and carries the St. Andrew's flag, the flag of the Russian Navy. Take a closer look.

                    Looked closely, and now look at the stern of "Ivan Khurs"
                    1. 0
                      January 13 2020
                      Oh ....... how everything is started), the presented photo is when the ship has not yet been handed over to the Navy, is located at the construction wall of the plant, before the transfer of the Navy, all ships carry the State Flag. When the ship is accepted by the Navy, the St. Andrew’s flag, the flag of the Russian Navy, flies.
                      If you look closely, the video shows that the flag of St. Andrew is developing on the ship’s gaffel.
            3. 0
              January 13 2020
              What rubbish ... The 50s are long gone) ..... Forgive me, I read the latest International Conventions on the environment (pollution prevention ....), I recommend reading it.
    3. +7
      January 11 2020
      Well, think of it, the Americans confused the right and left sides. It happens. They are excusable.
      1. +9
        January 11 2020
        Quote: Gritsa
        Well, think of it, the Americans confused the right and left sides. It happens. They are excusable.

        I recall the dialogue of an aircraft carrier with a lighthouse.
        Well, EVERYONE is obliged to give way to American ships!
        And do not care about MPPSS (international rules for the divergence of ships) in which English is numbered according to the number - skip the RIGHT INTERFERENCE!
    4. -3
      January 11 2020
      Arctic fox crept up not noticeably, which is interesting, from the stern laughing The captain of the Amer ship climbed for validol, the crew for pens, write statements crying
      1. +1
        January 11 2020
        Quote: Hto tama
        The captain of the Amer ship climbed for validol, the crew for pens, write statements

        Well, humor is one of the constituents of sailors. But I often had to meet with American ships in Gibraltar, and in the Mediterranean and in the states. I will not praise, or pour mud on them, but their service on the bridge is on top. They always call in advance, stipulate the divergence of the courts, if they need something, they just ask if you can turn away or turn off the course. I have never noticed rudeness from them. And they try to walk if several ships go, away from the tracks with heavy traffic. They pass through the straits, like all ships, without any show off. They transmit any passage of straits by a large group in advance on NAVIPs, and they also constantly warn on VHF channel 16. Normal work, ordinary sailors. Sorry if someone didn’t like my comment.
    5. -4
      January 11 2020
      They were sprayed with all the crew, the destroyer stayed afloat only because they not only inflated but put it in their pants. And this substance gives increased buoyancy, because it does not sink ....
    6. +1
      January 11 2020
      On VO, on this occasion, they advised me to read "Charlie, Charlie, Bravo." I learned a lot of interesting things for myself, because I am not at all a Moreman!
    7. +1
      January 11 2020
      Video test!
      When viewing, I was not comfortable.
    8. -4
      January 11 2020
      Yes, here it is no longer necessary to get closer, but to ram as in the days of the USSR! Insolent generally bastards ..
      1. +9
        January 11 2020
        In international waters ?! You do not lose sense of proportion.
        1. -10
          January 11 2020
          Quote: Vladimir_2U
          In international waters ?! You do not lose sense of proportion.

          Why are they afraid to ram and apologize a couple of times? Supposedly the captain was drunk and in general it was an accident .. I think that only this will affect them .. negative
      2. +6
        January 11 2020
        Quote: Hundred
        ram like in Soviet times!

        And his saber, saber !!!!
        1. -3
          January 11 2020
          Quote: Serg65
          Quote: Hundred
          ram like in Soviet times!

          And his saber, saber !!!!

          Yes, even so ... And then we are forever in Russia "How not to offend anyone and wipe ourselves with bloody snot .."
          1. +14
            January 11 2020
            Quote: Hundred
            And then we are forever in Russia

            And think with your head as it is not comme il faut? The destroyer guards his aircraft carrier - this is his job! SRZK need to get into the AUG order is his job! If the commander of the SRZK would ram the destroyer, then what kind of reconnaissance officer is he after that? Such scouts must be driven out of intelligence by a pissing broom! That's why Vital is not a scout! wink
            1. 0
              January 11 2020
              Quote: Serg65
              If the commander of the SRZK would ram the destroyer, then what kind of reconnaissance officer is he after that?

              Well, in some situations, this needs to be done .. After all, the US Navy is laughing at us ..
              Quote: Serg65
              Such scouts must be driven out of intelligence by a pissing broom! That's why Vital is not a scout!

              Then you’re right, the scout and Stirlitz are none of me, they immediately calculate by handwriting .. laughing And I’m not particularly upset hi
              1. +8
                January 11 2020
                Quote: Hundred
                Well in some situations, this needs to be done

                In some, yes ... I agree! For example, if you violate the state border!
                Quote: Hundred
                immediately calculated by handwriting.

                laughing Vitaly, how not to recognize the VO legend? With past you drinks
            2. +2
              January 11 2020
              Quote: Serg65
              SRZK need to get into the AUG order is his job! If the commander of the SRZK would ram the destroyer, then what kind of reconnaissance officer is he after that?

              So he did not ram. And yet he got into the warrant, he didn’t change course, missed the destroyer under his nose, and then went on to where he was going.
              1. +4
                January 11 2020
                Quote: aleks26
                So he didn’t ram

                what Actually, my answer was to these words ..
                Quote: Hundred
                Why are you afraid to ram and apologize a couple of times? Supposedly the captain was drunk

                Quote: aleks26
                and further popper where he went.

                So he has already come where he was going, why continue to shove? wink
            3. +1
              January 11 2020
              Are you aware of the tasks assigned to our ship? Maybe this is the task, such as a little "fix" the order. By the way, we never saw, neither the order, nor the AB itself, in what distance was he?
              Or maybe our ship was carrying out the task of diverting security forces to itself? And even the task could complicate the maneuver of the order.
              In the service of ships, different tasks are set, depending on the situation. The reconnaissance ship, this did not necessarily overhear, peeped and that was it. This is a combat unit, and as it will, if necessary, it will ram and even in international waters. Which, by the way, happened.
              1. +4
                January 11 2020
                Quote: ALEKSANDR KUTS
                Are you in the know

                In the know of what? In the know about your fantasies?
                Quote: ALEKSANDR KUTS
                Maybe this is the task, like a little "fix" the order

                I’m sorry, you weren’t an admiral in a past life?
                Quote: ALEKSANDR KUTS
                Which, by the way, happened.

                Can you give an example when RK went to ram ... just like that, from nefig do ???
                1. 0
                  January 13 2020
                  What fantasies .... this is life)

                  And I didn’t assure what exactly which CERs were ramming ...... But the tug, providing the reception of the spacecraft in the Pacific Ocean in the group of ships of the KIK, made dangerous maneuvers with respect to the adversary, not allowing him to the landing site .... And if it was required, even directly, if it hadn’t rammed, the bulk would have been made unambiguously.
              2. 0
                January 11 2020
                but as it sounds, ORDER!
    9. +1
      January 11 2020
      Well done guys, you are there, by the way, although by the way, although there is no control over the pirates, there is no Somali control.
    10. +1
      January 11 2020
      Question
      to diesel engineers, how do engines relate to them
      .
    11. +1
      January 11 2020
      At the end of the video, it can be seen that the American still took the "stern" aside. The point was compressed.
    12. +4
      January 11 2020
      then the Iranians admitted that they shot down a plane, and you just write about Hurs. Website responsiveness is low
      1. -9
        January 11 2020
        Well, everything fell into place ...
        neither CIA agents, nor Ukrainian pilots ... everything is much simpler ... as stupid as their Syrian counterparts, who failed our IL-20 ...
        interesting, but nothing Jewish flew nearby ???? ... and then somehow "nekamlfo" for uryakalok ...
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    13. +1
      January 11 2020
      "Hero", prickly hedgehogs! If the vessel was of equal class, mattress mats would pass on bent ones. And then why not be heroic? Jackals!
    14. +2
      January 11 2020
      Question, and the rules can’t be observed After all, they are, these rules.
      There are enough psychos everywhere .... the rules are written for that, so that critical incidents do not occur.
      1. +1
        January 11 2020
        Well, actually the American then violated these very rules and violated them. Why the universal cry of the 5th US fleet?
        1. 0
          January 11 2020
          There are enough psychos / exceptional among them ... they will also give a medal for greyhound.
    15. +2
      January 11 2020
      Not so long ago there was an absolutely identical topic: Merikos was fulfilling an order to protect the AUG — crushing ours from the course to the center of the warrant, ours insisted that he didn’t go according to civil rules .. regular service, ours, not ours ..
    16. 0
      January 11 2020
      the trail shows who was walking, the American insolently cut the course of the Russian ship on the right
    17. 0
      January 11 2020
      for every American sailor on one leg of hay on another straw, so that they learn to recognize where right is where left
    18. -5
      January 11 2020
      This is called an inferiority complex. Previously, the USSR fleet was deservedly formidable and respected in the world. And what is the Russian fleet compared to the US Navy, especially far from the coast? Such maneuvers are done only with the aim of somehow attracting attention.
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    20. 0
      January 11 2020
      of displacement, of course, the destroyer was three times superior to our boat, that's why courage full pants at amers
    21. +1
      January 11 2020
      The 1972 Convention on the International Regulations for the Prevention of Collisions at Sea, Regulation No. 15 ("Crossing Situation") defines:
      What conventions, when the "Russian" behaves so "brazenly", you see, you decided to follow the American aircraft carrier ...
    22. +1
      January 11 2020
      remembered
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      0
      January 11 2020
      An excellent reason for the information war, (at first I wanted to write to throw shit on a fan), I will explain my idea. Now I am in Germany and the Germans on all radio news, probably on TV, but I don’t watch it, they are talking like people wound up about the aggressive approach of the Russian ship to the sacred boat under the striped flag.
      Full compliance with the settings of the Washington Regional Committee.
      When asked one more or less adequate German about the COLREGs, they were the same MPPSS and what the hell the Americans broke they heard a miserable bleating about the aggressive Russian.
      The brains are washed there so that Mozha Goebbels smiles happily
    24. -5
      January 11 2020
      I think that this situation arose due to the lack of smoke.
      After all, how is the Russian squadron going? If the aircraft carrier - then smokes. If not an aircraft carrier (and all Russian squadrons go with their own tug and fuel truck, then there are no bases!), Then these two are smoked. Or one of them. Those. - The squadron passage is visible from space, and the Americans are not approaching it. Yes, and why? But the Amer squadron is moving fast, but low and quiet, tiptoe. Here the Russian intelligence officer did not understand that the Amer ship is a cover ship - nothing was visible / heard and started these cats / mice. Well, the Americans, as always, laughed and forgave - well, what do you take with ...
      1. +4
        January 11 2020
        Quote: eklmn
        this situation arose due to the lack of smoke.

        Commentary do not understand anyone, arising from a lack of brain. Yes
    25. 0
      January 11 2020
      There is no crossing situation here, rule 15 is not applicable here.
      But they came close by marine standards. It’s uncomfortable for me, even with my river experience, and it’s probably terrible for pure sailors.
    26. 0
      January 13 2020
      Quote: ALEKSANDR KUTS
      Actually, there is one more thing in the protection of the AB - there should be two submarines, but they were apparently modestly silent about them).


      It could well be that Hurst worked precisely on the submarine, and the destroyer carefully interfered.
    27. 0
      January 13 2020
      "Farragut" is a relatively new (2006) destroyer. "Ivan Khurs" most likely filmed fields on a working order. And then "a flock of birds flew by and dripped from the eyelashes" laughing and someone again will massively write a report on the descent to the shore ... Keep it up, sailors!

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