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Here’s what it looks like when special operations forces launch raids from a submarine | Business Insider

Here’s what it looks like when special operations forces launch raids from a submarine | Business Insider

On July 12, US soldiers and sailors and foreign counterparts blew up a retired US warship roughly 60 miles north of Hawaii, bludgeoning the decommissioned USS Racine with missiles and torpedoes as a part of the Rim of the Pacific exercise, a series of drills attended by 25,000 personnel from 25 countries around the Pacific between June 27 and August 2.

A few days before, the fast-attack submarine USS Hawaii carried out a much more discreet mission closer to the shores of Oahu, secreting special-operations personnel close to shore to practice a submarine-insertion maneuver that’s a mainstay of naval commando raids.

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