Australian Navy Sinks USN Warship

Friday, July 25, 2008

The Royal Australian Navy submarine HMAS Waller was the first submarine to successfully fire a new heavyweight torpedo. The firing occurred during the Rim of the Pacific 2008 controlled exercise off the coast of which resulted in the planned sinking of a retired warship.

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