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American coastal warship failed the test

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A spokesman for the US Navy confirmed that the Coronado ship was on fire the day before in the Gulf of Mexico. This was reported today by the newspaper Union Tribune San Diego.


The incident occurred on Friday, on the second day of the sea trials Coronado. The ship reportedly failed the test at full power. As a result, an exhaust device caught fire on the starboard side of the vessel. It is reported that the flame was extinguished immediately, no one was injured during the fire.

The manufacturer Coronado company General Dynamic Corporation does not comment on the situation. The incident could not explain and the press secretary of the shipyard Austal, where the ship was sent for repair. He addressed all questions to the manufacturer and representatives of the naval fleet The United States, which jointly launched the Coronado LCS 4 into the water in 2012.

LCS - an abbreviation of Littoral Combat Ship - coastal combat ship. Its main task is to ensure the safety of navigation in the territorial waters of the United States and the most important areas of maritime navigation, in particular, in the Persian Gulf. The creation of Coronado took three years, the model, which was tested, is the third in the series. The vessel is able to reach speeds in 45 nodes and pass 3500 nautical miles without refueling.

Coronado can also be equipped with special equipment to perform a number of additional tasks, such as the rapid transportation of cargoes to 700 tons, anti-terrorism and anti-submarine defense, reconnaissance and elimination of sea mines and conducting sabotage operations.
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  1. Boot under the carpet
    Boot under the carpet April 16 2013 10: 36 New
    26
    I was glad :)
    1. ShturmKGB
      ShturmKGB April 16 2013 10: 38 New
      30
      Burn, burn clearly ...
    2. evgenii67
      evgenii67 April 16 2013 10: 39 New
      +3
      Quote: Boot under the carpet
      I was glad

      meanly rejoice over other people's failures, JOKING lol
      1. Gari
        Gari April 16 2013 11: 47 New
        +3
        It is noted that the incident occurred when the ship at full speed showed "all its power." Ignition occurred at the place where insulation from diesel engine exhaust was laid on the starboard side of the vessel. However, the flame, according to a spokesman for the US Navy, "was extinguished immediately." But next came another fire according to the same pattern, which was also quickly extinguished.
        The insulation must have been Made in Chine>
        1. Stiletto
          Stiletto April 16 2013 12: 16 New
          +7
          I hope the criminal case on the fire extinguishing on the ship has already been opened? Or do those bastards who put out him get off with reprimands and administrative? )))
          1. alex-defensor
            alex-defensor April 16 2013 13: 05 New
            0
            Quote: Stiletto
            Or do those bastards who put out him get off with reprimands and administrative? )))


            I believe that, nevertheless, those who were not put out by the bastards, and indeed, such a definition is inappropriate. Manufacturers are cheating, it's as clear as day.
            1. Stiletto
              Stiletto April 16 2013 13: 24 New
              +5
              You know, there is such a thing, sarcasm is called. Here, in fact, such a definition - this is it. Well, as for the manufacturers of this miracle - the ship, then personally I have no complaints against them. Let them build everything in the USA like that, I won’t pay for it, honestly.
              And I won’t even be sad. Spring. The weather is good. I hope no one disputes at least the last three words?
              1. ksandr45
                ksandr45 April 16 2013 15: 09 New
                +1
                I would like to sympathize with the guys from General Speaker, but somehow it doesn’t work out.
        2. anarh
          anarh April 16 2013 16: 16 New
          0
          The boys are joking like that, they bring a match to the “exhaust”.
          The more “exhaust” - the funnier.

          You are going the right way, comrades.
          You neighing, and we smiled. smile
      2. Geisenberg
        Geisenberg April 16 2013 17: 46 New
        0
        Quote: evgenii67
        Quote: Boot under the carpet
        I was glad

        meanly rejoice over other people's failures, JOKING lol


        And don't be silly to rejoice laughing now at least get hurt now ...
    3. Prokop
      Prokop April 16 2013 11: 01 New
      +3
      Quote: Boot under the carpet
      I was glad :)

      More often, such news from the West.
    4. Trailer
      Trailer April 16 2013 11: 04 New
      0
      Quote: Boot under the carpet
      I was glad :)


      And again, a Chinese vacuum cleaner?
      1. strannik595
        strannik595 April 16 2013 13: 18 New
        10
        for some reason, the aircraft carrier in the photo depicted is a coastal ship
        1. anarh
          anarh April 16 2013 16: 20 New
          0
          Here you go.
          "I didn’t notice the elephant."
          Absolutely.
          An aircraft carrier is not a coastal ship.
          The ship of the coastal zone is that which is next to the aircraft carrier.
          Take a closer look, please. smile
        2. Rustiger
          Rustiger April 16 2013 18: 25 New
          0
          Unusual trimaran. Something reminiscent of the Abramovich yachts laughing
          Only closed like livestock or melt. jail.
          It’s interesting that he’s under the tank.
          The side hulls are slightly recessed. But it makes sense to maintain a helicopter deck from overkill on the wave. And he is "helicopter" if coastal. A speedboat can be moored, but it is inconvenient for such a board. A little buildup and no transoms will save. . .
          Does anyone have info about the "tripe" of this floating set for the movies of J. Lucas wassat

          And he is also with a bulb on the main body and with "developed horizontal" keels. . .

          http://www.google.ru/imgres?imgurl=http://www.public.navy.mil/surfor/lcs4/Publis

          hingImages / 120109-O-ZZ999-001.jpg & imgrefurl = http: //www.public.navy.mil/surfor/lc

          s4/Pages/PCU%2520Coronado%2520in%2520Drydock%2520Awaiting%2520Christening.aspx&h

          =1200&w=1800&sz=933&tbnid=VWt0Twt-wpHpyM:&tbnh=91&tbnw=136&zoom=1&usg=__O-pE7F1F

          oRvQeFyzS1RSjWICrrc = & docid = oovgcnsRpcCdKM & sa = X & ei = R1xtUYWMBceB4ASzvYDYDw & ved = 0CE

          gQ9QEwAw & dur = 73
  2. Vanek
    Vanek April 16 2013 10: 38 New
    +1
    Caught fire? But why didn’t it break?
  3. Vanek
    Vanek April 16 2013 10: 39 New
    +3
    As a result, the starboard side of the ship caught fire exhaust device

    Glushak what?
    1. Buxx
      Buxx April 16 2013 10: 42 New
      +8
      i think a smoking room
    2. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov April 16 2013 10: 47 New
      +7
      Quote: Vanek
      Glushak what?

      Vacuum cleaner Ivan, a simple vacuum cleaner laughing
      1. Ruslan67
        Ruslan67 April 17 2013 04: 13 New
        +2
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        simple vacuum cleaner

        Not simple Sasha but made in China what FBI is looking for enemies there! OH not there wassat
    3. Sirocco
      Sirocco April 16 2013 10: 57 New
      +5
      Most likely, on this ship, the US Navy uses decommissioned steam locomotives. Perhaps a spark from the pipe of this secret power device, got into the wood warehouse, and here is the result laughing
      1. kostyan77708
        kostyan77708 April 16 2013 12: 11 New
        +3
        or maybe in a coal warehouse)))
        1. Sirocco
          Sirocco April 16 2013 13: 29 New
          +2
          Most likely, because on the street the 21st century, firewood, is yesterday the US Navy lol.
      2. datur
        datur April 16 2013 16: 22 New
        0
        no, most likely the black man the stoker repeat ate beans yes and farted in the wrong place wassat laughing
        1. Sirocco
          Sirocco April 16 2013 17: 41 New
          0
          As you call a ship, so it will sail, Or as it began to sail on the sea, so to swim will laughing
  4. UFO
    UFO April 16 2013 10: 42 New
    +1
    Bad carabile however. tongue
  5. Vtel
    Vtel April 16 2013 10: 46 New
    0
    The 45th knot is very clearly tied up, and that's burned. Every day is not Sunday!
  6. Vasily T.
    Vasily T. April 16 2013 10: 48 New
    0
    Burn, burn clearly! Whatever goes out!
  7. Zlu
    Zlu April 16 2013 10: 59 New
    0
    A trifle, but how nice. Ches word
  8. mamba
    mamba April 16 2013 11: 04 New
    +4
    It is strange that during the operation of gas turbines nothing caught fire, and during the test of diesel engines a fire broke out twice. Coronado returned to Austal USA shipyard in Mobile, Alabama, on gas turbines. Coronado (LCS-4) - the second ship of the class Independence (LCS-2), under construction for the US Navy. The ship was baptized in January 2012, the transfer to the fleet is planned for this spring. Coronado has been under construction in Mobile since 2009. Independence has two MTU 20V 8000 M90 diesel engines and two General Electric LM 2500 gas turbines. After Coronado, Austal USA has contracts or plans for the construction of another 10 ships of this class for the US Navy.
    1. Manager
      Manager April 16 2013 11: 47 New
      +2
      Why don't we have 1 ship like the one in the photo?
      1. Wedmak
        Wedmak April 16 2013 11: 55 New
        0
        We have and will be others.
    2. Ezhaak
      Ezhaak April 16 2013 12: 25 New
      +1
      Quote: mamba
      The ship was baptized in January 2012

      Did our priests go there? Something did not happen to hear. And if amers on their own cost in baptism, then it is invalid, no matter how you say it. wassat
      1. mamba
        mamba April 16 2013 13: 43 New
        0
        Quote: Hedgehog
        Did our priests go there? Something did not happen to hear. And if amers on their own cost in baptism, then it is invalid,

        The “baptism” of a ship in the USA is not a Christian rite. The vessel is sprinkled not with holy water, but with wine. Women began to be allowed to this procedure only from the 19th century. So in the UK, a certain lady held a ceremony of "baptism" of a new ship in 1811 with the personal permission of King George IV. However, she hit a bottle in one of the spectators, who was injured and sued for damages. After this incident, the British Admiralty ordered in the future to tie the bottle to the bow of the ship with a special cable. This method is used today around the world. Paradoxically, it was from that person that the tradition went that a woman should launch a ship into the water. The use of Widow Clicquot champagne for these purposes began in the 19th century. In the preparation of the ship’s baptism ceremony, much attention is paid to the bottle of champagne itself. As a rule, it fits into a special aluminum capsule with slots, which is closed by a hand-knitted cotton sleeve. Such a coating keeps fragments of the broken bottle from flying apart and warns against possible injury to the honored guests of the ceremony and its many spectators. Before the ceremony, the bottle is stored in an insulated bag at room temperature to ensure a sufficient amount of foam and distinctive cotton when hitting the side. In cold weather, a special heater is placed in the bag to maintain the desired temperature. And there is always a second backup bottle ready, in case of failure with the first. According to a sea legend, a ship whose nose the bottle didn’t crash at once, or even flew by, is considered doomed.
        Nowadays, celebrities from the world of art and show business are invited to the “baptism” ceremony of ships, due to which good advertising is being made to the new ship. In the USA, recently participated in such ceremonies: Martha Stewart, Sophia Loren, Rosie O'Donnell, Katie Airland and many others.
        1. Ezhaak
          Ezhaak April 16 2013 16: 17 New
          0
          Quote: mamba
          The “baptism” of a ship in the USA is not a Christian rite.

          Do Christians have no ship baptismal rite? Well, if wine was baptized, not according to the Christian rite, then the wine was one of those soured ones that were sold in Russia in the mid-90s. And in general, no offense, here one comrade Stiletto talks about sarcasm. And you with him, with sarcasm, in what relationship ??? The brush.
          1. mamba
            mamba April 16 2013 17: 34 New
            +1
            Quote: Hedgehog
            Do Christians have no ship baptismal rite?

            True Christians have. In Russia, for example, the priest is invited, who conducts a real church rite of baptism. This is followed by the informal part with breaking the bottle on board. In the US Navy, where everything is formalized to the level of a popular show, a godchild takes part in the descent of the ship, but without a priest. By analogy with baptism, either one surety or two, but always of a different gender, takes part in the ceremony. The key point of the launching ceremony is the name of the ship, which symbolizes the beginning of its life. The godmother or godmother solemnly turns to the ship with the words: “In the name of the United States I christen thee ...”, pronounces the name of the ship, followed by the breaking of a bottle of champagne. The bottle is broken on the bow of the ship. The place of breaking is not chosen by chance and is due to the fact that the bow of the ship is metaphorically perceived as the head of a person that the priest sprinkles with holy water at real baptism.
            Quote: Hedgehog
            Well, if wine was baptized, not according to the Christian rite, then the wine was one of those soured ones that were sold in Russia in the mid-90s.

            Actually, the elite champagne Widow Clicquot was mentioned. There are varieties and more expensive, for example, "House of Perignon Moet and Chandon." But it is supplied to the British royal court. Have you ever drunk? So I do not. laughing
            Quote: Hedgehog
            And in general, no offense, here one comrade Stiletto talks about sarcasm. And you with him, with sarcasm, in what relationship ??? The brush.

            I dabble sometimes, but in moderation so as not to offend a person. A sense of humor - it is so individual ... wassat A cheek to a shute - there is discord ... request
            1. Ezhaak
              Ezhaak April 16 2013 18: 03 New
              0
              Quote: mamba
              True Christians have

              Excuse me now. Not true Christians, but Orthodox or Orthodox. After all, no one ever claimed that Catholics, Protestants are not true Christians. Moreover, the Jews are tolerant of Catholics and Protestants, and Orthodoxy is considered a sect. I am an unbeliever atheist. smile
              And I like jokes. It’s a pity that you often come across people who do not understand you. And it’s good that this is often less common.
              1. Rustiger
                Rustiger April 16 2013 18: 51 New
                0
                Quote: mamba
                Christians do not have the rite of baptism of the ship


                That's right. There is no rite of baptism. And there is a rite of "sanctification", it is, admit different rites and are used in different cases.
                1. mamba
                  mamba April 16 2013 21: 25 New
                  +1
                  Quote: Rustiger
                  there is a rite of "sanctification"

                  Yes, you are right, I admit my mistake. The rite of sanctification of a warship is prayers to God, in which the Church asks "for a hedgehog to bless this ship with his blessing in heaven," and "give them an angel of blessing ..., to save and save them from all green winds, storms and unnecessary waves and thundering and all kinds of hostile libel and invasion ... ". The priest blesses the commander of the ship, and in his person the entire crew is an icon of the patron saint of sailors St. Andrew the First-Called. This icon will now be on board the ship. After the prayer, the priest sprinkles with holy water all the personnel and all the premises and posts of the warship.
                  And here is how this is done on the example of the consecration of the yacht:
        2. Rustiger
          Rustiger April 16 2013 18: 46 New
          +1
          Quote: mamba
          The use of Widow Clicquot champagne for these purposes has begun

          Wow! Widow? Here you scratch your head a hundred times, but is it worth it to be released into the sea. . .
          And if I'm also by the name of Kli (h)to, I’d better say, slap me on the pier. Anyway, the result is predictable.

          Threat. And let’s squeeze a packet of milk on board on the stocks? bully
          1. mamba
            mamba April 16 2013 21: 37 New
            0
            Quote: Rustiger
            Wow! Widow? Here you scratch your head a hundred times, but is it worth it to be released into the sea

            Well, you have a widow in India, the focus of misfortune and is rejected by all. Veuve Clicquot, the widow, has created one of the best champagnes in the world, known so far: http://www.brandpedia.ru/index.php?name=Encyclopedia&op=content&tid=201

            For some reason, the picture is stretched horizontally. To see in real scale, click on it.
            Quote: Rustiger
            And let’s squeeze a packet of milk on board on the stocks? bully

            Such a ship will be capable of sailing only along milk rivers with jelly banks. laughing
            1. Rustiger
              Rustiger April 16 2013 22: 33 New
              0
              Quote: mamba
              Veuve Clicquot, widow, created one of the best champagne in the world,

              Sergey, my friend, well, her in jo the exhaust pipe of this “coastal”, not by night this “stretched” blown champagne through a straw, a swollen toad, will be remembered. Is there an alcoholic? wassat
              I will say that there is no more protective sign when the wife (mother, sister, daughter, grandmother) of a sailor (and not only), brushing a tear, quietly crosses her husband leaving for military affairs (son, brother, father, ...). And in any ship's cockpit / cabin there are icons of either Nicholas the Pleasant, or the Archangel Michael, or St. Andrew the First-Called. The priest sanctifies the ship, that is, a tool for performing charitable acts, and the soul and life of sailors in the hands of God. As he puts it, that will come true. . .
              And I drink champagne once a year 150 gr. And that’s it. I only love vodka drinks


              Quote: mamba
              And let’s squeeze a packet of milk on board on the stocks?

              For that creative, original, and the image of health belay
              No one has it! tongue laughing
              And here is how this is done on the example of the consecration of the yacht

              The list of charitable deeds performed on this vessel is apparently very small? / Rhetorical question /
  9. zao74
    zao74 April 16 2013 11: 09 New
    +1
    They also have 94-FZ smile (for those who understand). For the rest - this is what the purchase of the cheapest equipment leads to, everything is Chinese. laughing
  10. avt
    avt April 16 2013 11: 11 New
    +2
    Immediately the meeting place and Vysotsky remembered, .. and you tell them that they steal in England no less than ours ... " laughing
  11. Ragnarek
    Ragnarek April 16 2013 11: 11 New
    +3
    pissed all polymers! to what Obama the United States brought - around the Pentagon drank.
  12. tun1313
    tun1313 April 16 2013 11: 14 New
    +2
    Their answer is to our fireclay brick.
    1. vadson
      vadson April 16 2013 14: 13 New
      +1
      Quote: tun1313
      Their answer is to our fireclay brick.

      yes but not on such a scale
  13. _KM_
    _KM_ April 16 2013 11: 22 New
    0
    If the ship is aluminum, then it is strange that such small damage.
  14. magadanets
    magadanets April 16 2013 11: 29 New
    0
    Big ship, big shipwreck
  15. Nayhas
    Nayhas April 16 2013 11: 31 New
    11
    So is it really not interesting to find the original article or its translation (which already exists) and read that there was a fire in the insulation of the starboard diesel exhaust device that occurred when the engines were operating in maximum mode, the fire was extinguished, and when the engine reached the maximum mode again, fire occurred again, which was also put out, the ship returned to the base at the gas turbine. Those. there was no fire, there is no reason to rejoice ...
    1. USNik
      USNik April 16 2013 12: 09 New
      +2
      So is it really not interesting to find the original article or its translation (which already exists) and read
      Interesting, but why? Here everyone writes with irony. By the way, does this stealth trimaran have fire-fighting tools that are also advanced? Or a simple stealth ax, stealth hook, and stealth bucket?
    2. Ezhaak
      Ezhaak April 16 2013 12: 31 New
      +2
      Quote: Nayhas
      there was no fire

      Whether the rag in the bucket has caught fire, whether the insulation of the exhaust pipe has caught fire, is considered a fire by any means.
  16. JonnyT
    JonnyT April 16 2013 11: 34 New
    +1
    This ship is waiting for failure !!! Karma, and even the flotsky superstition has not been canceled
  17. Andrey57
    Andrey57 April 16 2013 11: 37 New
    0
    Patience friends, patience !!! There will be great damage, and given that the construction program of these ships has already been reduced, this is doubly happy !!! laughing
  18. aszzz888
    aszzz888 April 16 2013 11: 44 New
    +1
    Yes, they crap shook! Gaster must have been collecting the steamer, but they forgot the sweatshirt in the diesel engine and threw the goby ...
  19. dima1970
    dima1970 April 16 2013 11: 54 New
    0
    Nothing new. Plugs and Tarapunks in full ....
  20. WIN969
    WIN969 April 16 2013 11: 57 New
    +1
    There is a collapse of the United States, well, to hell with it.
  21. Ezhaak
    Ezhaak April 16 2013 12: 16 New
    +1
    cargo transportation up to 700 tons, anti-terrorist and anti-submarine protection, reconnaissance and liquidation of sea mines and sabotage operations.
    I understand all of the above, except for one. These comrades are already crazy on this terrorism. As in Russophobia. I explain to those who do not understand. There are enough of them, no offense to others. This is not about the mass of the American people, who do not give a damn about Russia, like other countries. It's about those who make state policy.
  22. gorku68
    gorku68 April 16 2013 12: 19 New
    +6
    Ordinary case. Repair and will be better than new. With us, everything like this will calm down and imperfire the Fleet. So why rejoice?
  23. Llirik
    Llirik April 16 2013 12: 21 New
    +5
    Here you are comrades, joke all the jokes, but the fact that S.Sh.P. they are testing the ship with 45 power nodes with all their might. Do we have analogues that, if necessary, will be able to give this vessel? We need to think how to resist it, and not gnawing about combustible isolation.
    1. Ezhaak
      Ezhaak April 16 2013 12: 41 New
      +1
      Quote: Llyric
      test ship with 45 knots

      If you take into account the following phrase from the article: "LCS - the abbreviation for Littoral Combat Ship - a warship of the coastal zone.", Then what is the point to be on it. As I understand it, neither you, nor I, nor anyone else visiting the site plans an attack on the coast of S.Sh.P. in the near future. According to its characteristics, it will not reach Russia. Or should not. So why tear the navel. At one time, the Soviet fleet tested the submarine with such a move. And this is much more complicated. For what I worry, it’s only for the brainchild of Alekseev. It is a pity that development and production have risen.
      1. Llirik
        Llirik April 16 2013 13: 44 New
        0
        with supply vessels can even go around the world.

        "
        Quote: Hedgehog
        As I understand it, neither you, nor I, nor anyone else visiting the site plans an attack on the coast of S.Sh.P. in the near future


        and of course: "... we are peaceful people, but our armored train ..." I would like to know that "stands on a siding"
        1. Ezhaak
          Ezhaak April 16 2013 16: 22 New
          0
          Quote: Llyric
          I would like to know that "stands on the siding"

          I will show it without any problems. And firewood, i.e. We have a lot of forests. Yes, and there is a little coal.
          Our steam locomotive
    2. Captain Vrungel
      Captain Vrungel April 16 2013 21: 18 New
      +1
      And when you consider that these trimarans are operated as Australian passenger-car ferries. and in a large series, and on their base ships of the coastal zone were created (he is the fourth and second in the subgroup), this says that the project is successful. In addition, you can envy power. German V-shaped 20-cylinder diesel engine with 3 turbochargers (idle, maneuverable and full speed) 8000 electric horsepower and marching gas turbines. 45 knots, 3.500 miles is great, if you consider that they have impellers with wings, then the economical path is Full speed. Decent seaworthiness. At a wave height of 4 meters, the practical speed is 30 knots. (According to personal observations on the pass. Trimaran of Australian construction. Excellent high-speed vessels with a minimum area of ​​the waterline.
    3. Rustiger
      Rustiger April 16 2013 22: 51 New
      +1
      Quote: Llyric
      Do we have analogues that, if necessary, will be able to give this vessel?

      There is. Small missile ships of the project 1240 "Hurricane", for example. The armament of the Soviet Navy consisted of more than 80 hydrofoil ships - from small Antares-type border boats to Sokol-class anti-submarine ships.
      Not as spectacular as the "hero of the day", and a little outdated, but. . .
      We as in "Greece" - EVERYTHING IS. It was more accurate. . . winked / pichal /

      http://www.atrinaflot.narod.ru/3_cutters/01_mrk_1240/0_1240.htm

      http://www.google.ru/imgres?imgurl=http://cdod-nk.3dn.ru/st/raket.jpg&imgrefurl=


      http://cdod-nk.3dn.ru/index/suda_na_podvodnykh_kryljakh/0-57&h=487&w=735&sz=54&t


      bnid=kbm21m8AnKXVyM:&tbnh=80&tbnw=120&zoom=1&usg=__gOX2O8uTE4qkPEVWj6S83uUbsuo=&


      docid=SsXtNedMqIzpMM&sa=X&ei=SpttUa7dA6Kp4ATPi4D4CQ&ved=0CDQQ9QEwAQ&dur=27

      MRK
  24. Login_Off
    Login_Off April 16 2013 12: 24 New
    +3
    So what? these are working moments. Or have you forgotten how our half-boat at sea trials ditched the crew? Or, as an Aircraft Carrier intended for India, they did not expect steam boilers to explode. Or that our non-nuclear submarine Lada was abandoned.
    What are you happy about?
    1. Aleks28
      Aleks28 April 16 2013 12: 30 New
      +1
      Quote: Login_Off
      What are you happy about?

      And we rejoice that this is not with us, but with our potential "friends", and it is desirable that such working moments would happen for them more often, but ideally always. yes
    2. IRBIS
      IRBIS April 16 2013 12: 43 New
      +4
      And this is such a “folk” Russian amusement - to rejoice that a neighbor’s house has burned down or a cow is dead. Although they themselves have nothing in the garden, there is no okromo thistle. We burn more often, rockets fall, boats don’t come up, but that's all - technical, working moments, but if they have it, then they are complete suckers.
      How much anger was spilled over the death of Margaret Thatcher - the comments were disgusting to read. The main thing is a gossip reason.
      1. Aleks28
        Aleks28 April 16 2013 13: 11 New
        +1
        Quote: IRBIS
        And this is such a "folk" Russian fun

        IRBIS RU March 12, 2013 12:28 | A military helicopter crashes in southern Afghanistan: five ISAF employees die

        Fly away, falcons ... They told them, buy Mi-8 ...
        I see you in this fun is not the same in the last roles.
        1. IRBIS
          IRBIS April 18 2013 09: 00 New
          0
          I am very surprised!!! This is not my comment !!! Take a closer look. I just could not write such nonsense!
    3. lelikas
      lelikas April 16 2013 15: 14 New
      0

      Quote: Login_Off
      So what? these are working moments. Or have you forgotten how our half-boat at sea trials ditched the crew? Or, as an Aircraft Carrier intended for India, they did not expect steam boilers to explode. Or that our non-nuclear submarine Lada was abandoned. Why are you happy?

      Well, to begin with, we (unfortunately) have all the state of emergency for a 90% human factor,
      How did you explode the boilers?
      Well, as Lev Soloveitchik said
      -And learn Russian, it’s useful.
  25. aspirant
    aspirant April 16 2013 12: 55 New
    +5
    It is foolish to demonstrate joy in such cases, which we have much more going on. Take, for example, the case of a false positive of a fire extinguishing system in a submarine with human casualties ... I don’t remember that the Western "colleagues" at the same time displayed some kind of maliciousness, as is customary on this site.
    1. Ezhaak
      Ezhaak April 16 2013 13: 03 New
      +2
      Quote: Aspirant
      as accepted on this site.

      Well, why so simple? There are sites on which ex-citizens of the USSR speak well with respect to Russia and everything that happens in it. You just saw little on the internet. smile
    2. Aleks28
      Aleks28 April 16 2013 13: 05 New
      -1
      Quote: Aspirant
      It’s foolish to show joy in such cases,

      Let’s then “smartly” mourn with our overseas “friends” lol
      Quote: Aspirant
      I don’t remember that Western "colleagues" at the same time showed some kind of maliciousness, as is customary on this site.

      Your memory is short. Well or more often you need to read the Western press.
  26. ed65b
    ed65b April 16 2013 13: 49 New
    +2
    Did everyone rejoice? and when at us Vikramaditya flashed with all the boilers, and Kursk drowned - did Amerov have any joy? be kinder gentlemen, accidents happen to everyone why rejoice then? Correct.
    1. Alex Nick
      Alex Nick April 16 2013 15: 56 New
      +1
      They have a lot of blue electrical tape. Now wind up and go!
  27. Kyrgyz
    Kyrgyz April 16 2013 14: 03 New
    +1
    Fire on the eve of inventory?
  28. lecturer
    lecturer April 16 2013 14: 44 New
    0
    Firstly, I "greet and congratulate" America with the use of "alternative fuel" (the conclusion about the ignition of a ship?). And besides this, WHAT else WILL FLOAT (!) If in the article: "... Special equipment can also be installed on Coronado to perform a number of additional tasks, such as the fast transportation of goods up to 700 tons, anti-terrorism and anti-submarine protection, reconnaissance and liquidation sea ​​mines and sabotage operations !!!!!!!!! "
  29. Fox
    Fox April 16 2013 14: 45 New
    0
    I read the comments. I was sad. One of the patriots. But the bottom line is: the mattresses dispersed it so much that it caught fire from friction against water! ... this is speed! ...
  30. navy33
    navy33 April 16 2013 14: 47 New
    +2
    I welcome everyone! In the course of the amers it fell: the f 35 plane crashes, the ship caught fire. The fish goes dead. And Russia is getting stronger! hi
  31. _KM_
    _KM_ April 16 2013 15: 44 New
    +1
    Quote: Navy33
    And Russia is getting stronger!


    From army humor or what? Us ... and we grow stronger ?!
  32. horoh
    horoh April 16 2013 15: 45 New
    -1
    Well, it’s nice, I’m sorry that I didn’t completely burn laughing
  33. Rustiger
    Rustiger April 16 2013 15: 54 New
    +3
    Dear !!!!
    Guys, what are you doing, huh? Cho so rejoiced something. I do not recognize you! Like a detsky garden, right, when one bully instead of just farting, he also gave a stream to his pants.
    And if I report to you (in confidence) that we had a similar situevina in Simferopol in the 92nd (?), I don’t know the reason, but several meters of wires burned out. Of course, at this time without casualties, the course was lost, the float base was adjusted, moored and began to be repaired. It stuttered lightly and when re-mooring one sailor, the brush was jammed between the mooring (steel) and the bollard. Instead of fingers it turned out a bloody fins. A surgeon with orderlies in a ship’s infirmary also "repaired" the claw for two days. And this is in the open ocean, and not in a surgical academy. Then I was interested, the guy was written off to the beach, of course, but they weren’t charged, and after the hospital he served. Let the hand lose some functions, for not a stump.
    What is there to rejoice about? For the masterstroke of the surgeon or the National Assembly, "thanks to which the medic capttrang got a chance to excel." In my memory, for example, there was an explosion in the “typewriter”. It seems even in a port in German Rostock. Thank God it worked out there, a small disgrace trampled quickly and quietly. But the Germans were not happy.
    Yes, how many such cases occur in the fleets of all countries. Unread Yes, and this is not called an accident, but an abnormal situation. He is not mistaken, who does nothing.
    About the case of shooting at the Black Sea Fleet, at Perekop Asset Management, in 2010 (?) when the courage was where they should not be. Take a picture. The sailor was buried. Rejoice too ???
    Now, if the Barn on BAM had thrown itself right from the rostrum, somewhere in NATE. Muzzle to the floor !!!
    Here I would be the first to dance. Further, I ask you, think it yourself. . .

    Yours!
    / Foreman of the first article of Semenov. SF of the USSR. /

    "And minus, gentlemen... Minus..."
    / O. Yankovsky, in the role of Baron Munchausen /
  34. fedor
    fedor April 16 2013 16: 00 New
    +4
    I had the opportunity to receive from our industry several ships with diesel power plants and during each reception there must have been a fire in the insulation of the exhaust manifolds or oil in the gas exhaust systems. So this is a common thing for all newly built ships and I don’t see anything extraordinary here.
  35. ABV
    ABV April 16 2013 16: 46 New
    -2
    Well, dumb! (M. Zadornov) nafik them, in general, a ship of the coastal sea zone? They would still have placed a flotilla in the Great Lakes .... although, perhaps, it was just a divorce of the US population and cut the dough ...
  36. Nikolai N
    Nikolai N April 16 2013 19: 26 New
    +1
    Hmm judging by the comments of the sailors there is not enough. Well, the exhaust caught fire, so what? They put it out, they will fix it next time it will not light up. Journalists will teach any crap as an event laughing
  37. Alexan
    Alexan April 16 2013 23: 54 New
    +1
    It is surprising that old vehicles do not burn at Amers, a huge number of them are along the Mississippi. They can carry a huge army, but not even everyone has radars. They also paint on rust. I saw it myself.