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Subject: The Last Laugh option can only be used on a country without sea based second strike capability
Sikman    3/11/2003 11:15:29 PM
Of course!!!!! But China/NK aint got no subs at least that Im aware of lol
 
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Kalashnikov    RE:The Last Laugh option can only be used on a country without sea based second strike capability    4/27/2003 1:07:38 PM
China has purchased several Russian KILO type submarines, and I think they plan on getting more. As for North Korea, the closest thing they have is a rubber dinghy.
 
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EastWind_81    RE:The Last Laugh option can only be used on a country without sea based second strike capability    4/29/2003 11:43:00 AM
Nuclear subs have proven very difficult for China to build, but the next 20 years may see some significant progress. As it is, very little is known for sure about the status of their SSBN program.
 
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red star    RE:The Last Laugh option can only be used on a country without sea based second strike capability    5/26/2003 2:10:22 PM
China has 1 SSBN-the 12 missile Daquingyu class. And the KILO is a diesel electric hunter killer, not a missile carrier.
 
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Kalashnikov    RE:The Last Laugh option can only be used on a country without sea based second strike capability    5/27/2003 12:19:20 PM
red star, I didn't mean the KILO was a missile carrier, just stating that they had purchased new submarines to replace aging ones. Sorry for any confusion. As for N. Korea's submarine force, I wouldn't expect too much potential from those subs. It can hardly maintain it's army, let alone spend any money on repairs
 
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kjetski    RE:The Last Laugh option can only be used on a country without sea based second strike capability    9/24/2003 3:06:29 PM
Nuclear subs have proven very difficult for China to build, but the next 20 years may see some significant progress. As it is, very little is known for sure about the status of their SSBN program. I think the chinks have one really noisy boomer. Sonar operators say the fish swim like the devil to get out of its way because it hurts their fish eardrums. Anyway this cancer incubation tube would probably "go away" real quick like!
 
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