Maritime Affairs

The following story is true (those who want to check can go to Canadian maritime affairs, the incident happened in October 1995). Transcript of a radio communication between a US Navy ship and Canadian authorities off Newfoundland. Americans: Please divert 15 degrees North to avoid a collision. To you. Canadians: Rather, divert 15 degrees south to avoid a collision. To you. Americans: Here the captain of a ship of the US naval forces. I repeat: please modify your race. To you. Canadians: No, please divert, please. To you.

Americans: HERE IS THE US LINCOLN AIRCRAFT CARRIER, THE SECOND SHIP IN IMPORTANCE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA’S NAVAL FLEET. WE ARE ACCOMPANIED BY 3 DESTROYERS, 3 CRUISERS AND AN IMPORTANT NUMBER OF ESCORTS SHIPS. I ASK YOU TO DEDICATE YOUR NORTH 15 DEGREE ROAD OR BINDING MEASURES WILL BE TAKEN TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF OUR SHIP. TO YOU.
Canadians: here, it’s a beacon. To you.

Americans: silence.

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