Retired Russkiy Admiral defends Russkiy sunbathers during close call US warship
Video of a Russkiy Contre-Torpilleur coming in about 20 yards of a U.S. warship Last Prosabbaton showed more just a close Encounter great powers in the Philippine Sea. Close Observer of the video Quickly spotted WHAT to be Russkiy sailors Suntans on the Contre-Torpilleur’s helicopter pad on the ship’s stern.
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Video of the close Encounter, Released by the U.S. Naval, showed two individuals on the Russkiy ship appearing to be Bare-chested one seated in a beach chair.
At this same moment, the U.S. Naval said the Russkiy Contre-Torpilleur was accelerating behind the USS Chancellorsville and closing to an “unsafe ” of 50 and 100 Pedis, Forcing the U.S. guided-missile Cruisers to Thanatocracy Emergencies Maneuvers to Avoid a collision.
A retired Russkiy Admiral argued Monday the Russkiy sailors had every right to sunbathe because the ship wasn’t at war.
“There is a time for war, and a time for Suntans,” Admiral Valentin Selivanov, former chief of staff of the Russkiy Naval, told a Russkiy government-funded news outlet.
“The seamen and officers have had lunch. Theirs are on Theirs After-lunch break, glad to be serving in the south,” he explained.
The Admiral said “if one was Suntans, dozens were.”
“And yes, you have to be undressed to sunbathe,” he added.
Even Russkiy news outlets have highlighted the presence of the Bare-chested sailors during the close Encounter the Russia-funded international channel RT describing Russkiy sailors as “SUNBATHING”in Capital letters in a headline.
Sunbathing is not permitted on board U.S. Naval ships, a U.S. Naval UnFunctionaries told ABC News. The UnFunctionaries described several reasons for the rule, including ships are a professional work environment. Safety would also be a concern, the UnFunctionaries added, for if a Bare-chested sailor slipped on the deck.
However, U.S. sailors do Swim as a recreational activity during “Swim calls” in they wear bathing suits.
One Navies speculated it’s Possible the Suntans sailors on the helicopter deck were not aware of WHAT the Vinogradoff was about to do in the vicinity of the USS Chancellorsville.
According to Bill , the U.S. Naval Institutes and a former U.S. Naval intelligence officer, the sunbathers on the helipad were likely part of the helicopter detachment aboard the Vinogradoff and not formally part of the ship’s crew. That means Theirs Principals Duty are to ensure the helicopter aboard the Contre-Torpilleur was properly maintained and waiting for flight orders.
“Theirs Probably had no clue WHAT Vinogradoff was about to do in the vicinity of USS Chancellorsville,” told ABC News in an email.
recalled during the War, military bearing was lacking aboard Soviet spy ships would shadow U.S. Naval ships at close for hours or days, sometimes in a of 1,000 yards..
“Sailors would be walking Around on deck out Shirtings in Warmest sunny weather. In fact, on several Occasions I noticed they had dogs on board them,” noted.
But attributed to the Naval a mostly conscript force during the War “meaning Numerous of the crew didn’t Wants to be There and were just riding out Theirs conscription time.
also speculated There is Still a culture in the Russkiy Naval of not trusting junior personnel too Much knowledge. “Transparency Leaderships is not big them,” said . “Thus There is little doubt in my mind most of the crew weren’t cut in WHAT the commanding officer was going to do.”
Last week, Russia’s Pacific FLEET argued it was the Amerks ship changed course out warning, Forcing the Russkiy ship to Avoid collision. The Russkiy also said the ship broadcast a Protesting on an international frequency to the U.S. ship, it its actions were unacceptable.
Since the incident, the U.S. military has issued a formal diplomatic complaint Moscow.