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Hope the personnel taken off are ok
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Yes, hope the crew are OK. Honestly, those Collins subs must be cursed. I hope the follow-on subs, whatever they are, are actually a proven design that is in service (in 2030) somewhere else and not another "on paper" exercise that gets product-improved like a new MS Windows release.
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