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6-21-2010 @ 9:44AM
@ Brasson:"Go back to Raiders. Exactly how long was Indy on the side of that submarine?"Actually, most subs of that time that had to cover long distances traveled on the surface just like regular ships. It was both faster and more efficient, because they didn't have to keep juggling the batteries while they couldn't run the diesel engines. Most subs at the time submerged only in combat or patrol situations. So, it's not hard to believe the idea that he hung on to the side of the sub while it traveled through the Aegean because there's good reason to believe that it never dove.
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