New Pentagon pix of Iranians removing mine from Japanese tanker


Second set of US images were released Monday night showing Iranian IRGC personnel removing an unexploded mine from the Japanese tanker Kokuka Courageous which was attacked on June 13. These images are clearer than the first set and show a large hole in the crippled ship’s hull. They were shot by a US military helicopter that was tracking the Iranian assault vessel.

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4 thoughts on “New Pentagon pix of Iranians removing mine from Japanese tanker

  • Jun 18, 2019 @ 16:27 at 16:27
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    Safety First! Two of the soldiers are in big do-do for not wearing their extra bulky and extra brightly colored life vests. Blatant disregard for basic safety protocol on such a dangerous mission! How could they be so irresponsible! Open ocean, tiny boat, explosives and NO ORANGE LIFE VESTS! Amateurs! I hope nobody drowned!

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  • Jun 18, 2019 @ 17:31 at 17:31
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    only brought 7 life-vest — make note for next terroristic act….

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    • Jun 18, 2019 @ 19:59 at 19:59
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      But they also brought along a red life ring.

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  • Jun 18, 2019 @ 20:14 at 20:14
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    Everything you see was purchased because of the “help” from Obama’s being discreet and his generosity, by delivering them $150 Billions in U.S. taxpayer’s monies in the middle of the night! NOW it is finally transparent, uh-huh…

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