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August 7, 1989
A Soviet inquiry into the sinking of a nuclear submarine in April, with the loss of 42 crew members, blamed the disaster on "a whole series of technical imperfections in different systems of the submarine." The panel of experts also said that the captain and crew had been slow to react to a fire that broke out April 7 in the submarine's pump room while they were in the Norwegian Sea.
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August 7, 1989
A Soviet inquiry into the sinking of a nuclear submarine in April, with the loss of 42 crew members, blamed the disaster on "a whole series of technical imperfections in different systems of the submarine." The panel of experts also said that the captain and crew had been slow to react to a fire that broke out April 7 in the submarine's pump room while they were in the Norwegian Sea.
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July 1, 1989 | From Associated Press
Soviet nuclear submarines are poorly built and the navy is covering up the problems, a veteran officer said in an attack published Friday, after two recent submarine accidents. Capt. Ilya B. Kolton, who served aboard Soviet submarines for 30 years, blames the navy leadership and defense construction industry for carelessness and shoddy work that has cost sailors' lives.
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July 1, 1989 | From Associated Press
Soviet nuclear submarines are poorly built and the navy is covering up the problems, a veteran officer said in an attack published Friday, after two recent submarine accidents. Capt. Ilya B. Kolton, who served aboard Soviet submarines for 30 years, blames the navy leadership and defense construction industry for carelessness and shoddy work that has cost sailors' lives.
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