Orders came down from COMSUBLANT that a Soviet SSGN wolfpack was attempting to break into the Atlantic via the Denmark Strait. USS Cincinnati
was tasked with intercepting this force, keeping the Convoy Routes supplying the NATO push into West Germany secure.
After a few days patrolling between Greenland and Iceland, Sonar reported three submerged contacts closing on our position. Cincinnati
rigged for ultra quite and prepared to let them slip by...
Keep that finger of the active sonar Victor III.
After the Attack Boat and SSGN passed by, Cincinnati
tucked quietly in behind.
Open outer doors...
Surprise Baffles Sex!
Scratch one Charlie.
Sorry Bud, you probably should have heel and toe'd it when your friends got shanked. Especially when yours was the least capable boat of the bunch.
Helm make your depth 50 feet and prepare to raise the radio mast, we will transmit an After Action Report to COMSUBLANT.
Also the Russians were not happy about me interfering with their plans to land a amphib force at Ålesund...
Give me a break Ivan, you must be running low on launch platforms at this point.
The Planesmen are going to have need to be issued some Tylenol for stiff arms after this ****.
Conn, Sonar: Explosion on the bearing of the Master Six, contact is breaking up.
After some very intense maneuvering and shooting USS Cincinnati
succeeded in keeping the Admiral happy and Norway safe for those pretty blondes.