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February 23, 2011

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sailing videos

pirates are mental

Abhijeet Oundhakar

What else are the navies of the world engaged in? It would be far more bang for the buck to carry out real live fire exercises in the Arabian sea and Indian ocean than just to sail up and down in a "deterrent" role in the Pacific.

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