hms invincible sunk in 1982? - Page 5




 
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October 3rd, 2005  
NYHunter
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bory
Just a quick question, which was the carrier Australia had put a deposit on, but was cancelled due to the Falklands. It was either the Ark Royal or the Invicible, I cannot remember for sure, but we did order one Surplus off the RN, but it was cancelled.
you can buy or made an carrier seriously damaged or sunk by a Third World Country? I would not do it if I do not want that all are of me.
Indian Navy will also not buy carriers to UK. they are not idiot
October 3rd, 2005  
Doppleganger
 
 
This thread is a great example of why you cannot believe everything you read or hear, especially on the internet.

NYHunter, there's just simply no way a scandal of this magnitude could ever successfully be covered up in a country with the media and information channels enjoyed by the UK.

Inconceivable.

If this had happened somebody, a wife, a relative, a father, a mother, a technician involved in the cover-up, would have mentioned something or themselves heard something mentioned about this.

I myself until I saw this thread have never heard of this 'theory' and no-one I know has ever mentioned it to me.

What country are you from NYHunter? It would be useful and interesting to know.
October 3rd, 2005  
WingX
 
HMS-Dasher, the first carrier-gate of UK (1943)
HMS-Invincible, the second carrier-gate of UK (1982) (Protected by an unusual fileīs secret until 2072)
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October 3rd, 2005  
NYHunter
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Doppleganger
This thread is a great example of why you cannot believe everything you read or hear, especially on the internet.

NYHunter, there's just simply no way a scandal of this magnitude could ever successfully be covered up in a country with the media and information channels enjoyed by the UK.
"The worst reported war since the Crimean"
http://www.guardian.co.uk/falklands/...657871,00.html
I donīt say it , its says for a media of his own country.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Doppleganger
What country are you from NYHunter? It would be useful and interesting to know.
too much far is not listed as option??
October 3rd, 2005  
NYHunter
 
redcoat, KC72, Doppleganger you are honorables British people, could help me?
they have photos of the arrival of Invincible R05 HMS in September of 1982?
This is a work of investigation in search of the truth.
Its collaboration or the one of any member will be very well received.
October 3rd, 2005  
NYHunter
 
Illustrious replace Invincible and she was like a "joker" being Invincible and Illustrious. In 1983 Invincible was sent one year to be repaired so they could covered it perfectly.
Then in 1985 Ark Royal was built and another one in secret, which you know today as Invincible.

Here i explain better:

Everybody think that HMS Invincible is "R05", but no. The R05 was sunk...

HMS Invincible (R 07)
1999: Refit Portsmouth October


HMS Illustrious (R 06)
2000: Deployed to Gulf January 17, Atlantic January 19


HMS Ark Royal (R08)
1999: Rosyth naval base major Refit October


http://www.geocities.com/~davemc/canset.htm


Where is R05???
October 3rd, 2005  
NYHunter
 
The R08, the new Invincible possibly was built in Litton Ingalls after the Tarawa class The Peleliu and before the first Wasp

http://www.hazegray.org/navhist/carr...s/usa/lha5.jpg

http://www.hazegray.org/navhist/carr...s/usa/lhd1.jpg

http://www.hazegray.org/navhist/carr...ssau.htm#wa-cl

May someone can tell me what Litton Ingalls did betwen 1980 - 1985.

A new Invincible??? yes, but shhh. donīt tell anyone.
October 4th, 2005  
NYHunter
 
Illustrious left Portsmouth on june and it was not finished:

"The war was won before Illustrious could be finished, but she did perform a useful service in the aftermath. "

" Illustrious was needed so quickly that the ship was actually commissioned underway. After the RAF airfield was repaired, Illustrious returned to the UK for a more proper shakedown cruise and workup period, with a formal commissioning on 20 March 1983."
http://www.nationmaster.com/encyclop...ious-%28R06%29

why????
October 4th, 2005  
NYHunter
 
I have more...


HMS INVINCIBLE R05 IN 1982:


SEPTEMBER 17 1982 HMS ILLUSTRIOUS R06: All the people thought was Invincible but it isnīt!!! it has the phalanx !!!!
You can see this photo in "Service Pals" a web page of veterans, itīs the true.



So if UK say Invincible didnīt sink...

How do you explain the photo???

In the Falklands War it had no phalanx
In September in Portsmouth it has the phalanx!!!
October 4th, 2005  
Bory
 
 
this thing with the Phalanx. Could it be possible that during the conflict they had it installed, seeing the threat the exocert missiles made.
And since it was during a period of conflict, they didn't tell anyone due to OPSEC.

That's probably the most valid reason I can think of.