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    Anonymous

    This sucks!

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    Anonymous

    My condolences to the sailors family. working in a submarine is one of the most hazardous job in any armed forces. i am positive that all that can be done to avoid such accidents, are being done.RIP to the departed Soul. As for the Navy…..Sha no Varuna

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    Anonymous

    Do the submarine batteries give of dangerous fumes when they are serviced? There is also the possibility of electrocution because of the electrical equipment around.

    Are these lead acid batteries? Or are they more advanced?

    Any more info on the cause of death?

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    Anonymous

    ya my country men, its true that we lost a serviceman, due to…….
    My deep condolences to the departed. but for your information i must tell u all that during charging of batteries, as it is an normal routine, hydrogen is generated. which is monitored by sensors,which are most commonly faulty now-a -days. just on the name of indegenization we are procuring junks from open market and price of this greediness is being paid by our brave soldiers.one must visit submarines during navy week celebrations held in mumbai and visakhapatnam, to realize hardship faced by submariners,. at last again my deep condolences to the departed as I AM ALSO AN EX SUBMARINER.

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    Anonymous

    Hi, my name is Tim. Just wanted to say hi to the forum, I been creeping around here for a while now, but tend to participate more. Looking forward to make some new friends. Ciao!

    Tim

    NY, NY

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    Anonymous

    Hello. And Bye.

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