Habitual Maritime Law Violator China Wants Other Countries To Sail Above Sea In Its Waters

China is mulling a new law that would require submersive naval vehicles to travel above surface and report its movements to authorities and report their movements to government authorities. In other words, it’s asking submarines not to act like submarines, which is hilarious coming from a habitual maritime law…

Remember When A U.S. And A Soviet Nuclear Submarine Accidentally Crashed Into Each Other?

In the thick of the Cold War, the nuclear submarine USS James Madison crashed into a Soviet nuclear sub off the coast of Scotland in November of 1974. It was one of the most mysterious episodes of the Cold War, and now we finally have official confirmation from a declassified memo published in the CIA document dump…