Senin, Januari 04, 2010

Chinese submarine damaged the U.S. ship

Incidents sea between ships of China and the United States re-occur. This time China reported submarine sonar devices that interfere brought the U.S. destroyer.

CNN quoted a U.S. official said, the incident USS John S McCain's happening in the Philippines coast. Sources also said the incident was a lack of attention the heart of China.Sonar device used to monitor underwater sounds that were damaged. But the source claimed no collision between two ships. Such as reported by AFP.

This is vandalism incident sonar equipment second U.S. ship. Several boats surrounded the ship U.S. China in the South China Sea. They deliberately damaging U.S. ship sonar cable.

China-party states, the U.S. ship had violated law of the sea, but denied the United States.
USS John S. McCain (DDG-56), including Arleigh Burke-class destroyers flight 1, laying settled at Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine on September 3, 1991, launched 26 September 1992, served July 2, 1994. Currently the USS John S. McCain is part of the 7th Fleet, based at Yokosuka Navy Base in Yokosuka, Japan. USS John S. McCain took the name of Admiral John Sidey McCain, Sr. (Teoc, Mississippi, August 9, 1884 - September 6, 1945) and John Sidney McCain, Jr.. (Council Bluffs, Iowa, January 17, 1911 - March 22, 1981).

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