Singular_Transform wrote:What you try to proove ?
The superiority of the USA systems ? That is more of a myth, if you put the target armreach then it is easy to hit it.
Nothing, no need for proving
What I am saying is that Russians and pro-Russians have no right to criticize USN subs and to even mention USS Thresher or USS Scorpion because those two events are anomalies in US naval history while Russians were routinely losing subs by the dozens
Ok, I write again :
1. The USA has several near miss accidents in the past decades regards of submarine.
2. It is sheer luck to avoid full crew loss in those accidents.
3. It was simply due to luck - if you chack the CCCP/Russian space program vs USA, it is visible over there they haven't had similar luck.
4. The CCCP/Russian submarines has more aggressive operational/design characteristics than the USA ones, and it is easy to drive safe on a family car (like virginaia) than with a race car (like yassen)
Example, you have two chemist, both of them lack any discipline regards of chemical handling.
Each of them ten chemical on they desk, including a bottle of nitroglicerine.
Both of them randomly using them, and leave them on they desk.
Both of them has an accident, one of them knock of a bottle of HNO3, the otehr knock off one bottle Nitroglycerin.
One die, the other quietly tide up his desk.
So, the one who "only" had an accident with the nitric accid has better work practice than the other with the nitro ?
I have to mention the above accident caused the death of the lead scientis of the USA missile program.