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Indonesian submarine salvage efforts called off


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, After the tragic search for Indonesia’s missing submarine ending in finding it had sunk with no survivors April 21, the government has officially ended attempts to salvage the sub. The KRI Nanggalla 402 was engaging in live torpedo trainings but disappeared in April with 53 crew members aboard. Days of frantic searches and hopes for survivors came to a close when an underwater rescue vehicle found the submarine breached and broken into a few pieces over 800 metres underwater on the seafloor. The submarine sank off the coast of Bali and Chinese salvage ships came to help pulled up […]

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