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Add to cart. Be the first to write a review. About this product Description Description. As you read this, a classified number of the Royal Navy's deadly nuclear submarines lurk undetected in the depths of the world's oceans.
Completely self-sufficient for months at a time, they lie in wait, ready to watch, listen, intercept or attack wherever they may be needed, from the Mediterranean coast of Libya, to the ice caps of the Arctic. And should the UK be devastated by a nuclear strike, they might just be the last military force standing. Because of this they carry the Letter of Last Resort, a handwritten document from the Prime Minister outlining what form of action should be taken.
Award-winning journalist and bestselling author Danny Danziger has been allowed unprecedented access to one of the attack class submarines of the 'silent service', joining the crew on operations, living among them and hearing their stories. Japanese forces adjusted and U. Trump's reference to the submarines was made during an April 29 call that touched on the North Korean threat.
Trump revealed the U. Al Konetzni. Thomas Fedyszyn, a professor of national security affairs at the U. The Navy generally does not describe where submarines are patrolling until after they've returned home or they're calling on a port.
Some 'Silent Service' vets cringe at Trump's sub disclosure
This photo taken taken Feb. A leaked transcript of a telephone conversation between President Donald Trump and the president of the Philippines last month shows the leaders discussing the North Korean threat. Brown, who conducted submarine war patrols for the Navy during World War II, said submarine locations shouldn't be advertised, but said he wasn't concerned with what Trump said because the submarines may not even be where he said they were.
Deen Brown, who conducted submarine war patrols for the Navy during World War II, said he was not concerned about the disclosure, and the subs may not even be where Trump said they were.