Maybe Hans Brix Took Them?

Anybody think this might be a problem?

South Korea’s military is trying to find four North Korean submarines that have disappeared from tracking screens in the East Sea.

…The 300-tonne Sang-O class submarines are part of Pyongyang’s 40-strong fleet.

5 Responses to “Maybe Hans Brix Took Them?”

  1. mojo says:

    I sincerely hope there are four Los Angeles-class attack boats shadowing them at this very moment.

  2. Dr Alice says:

    Oh, sh*t. I am sure that US subs are being deployed to the area – it only makes sense – but I hope these guys get found fast.

  3. Dave E. says:

    Bet it’s only taking one or two, mojo.

  4. Yojimbo says:

    “Attack boats”!!!

    Curb your tongue mates. This is the Obama Administration. These are overseas contingency modality assets.

  5. mojo says:

    Capt. Bart Mancuso: Conn, aye. All right, Ryan, we just unzipped our fly. Mr. Thompson! Open the outer doors, firing point procedures. Now if that bastard so much as twitches, I’m going to blow him straight to Mars.

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