The Navy contracts a former member to test security at various bases. But the consultant has a flair for his job, and often kidnaps the spouses of the Base Commanders. Harm tries to talk to him into being a little less dramatic. The consultant is given one last task, to simulate a terrorist attack on a US city. But things get a little to real when he steals a sub, and puts Lt Roberts in custody. Written by
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The fictional submarine here is USS San Pedro (USS-780). No such ship exists in the real world of the US Navy. The real USS San Pedro (PF-37) was a patrol frigate of the Tacoma class, which served 1943-45; she also served in the Soviet Navy (1945-49) and the Japanese Maritime Self-defense Force (1953-78). The real SSN-780 is USS Missouri, a nuclear attack submarine of the Virginia class, which has served since 2010. See more
In the background during the diving scene, the klaxon diving alarm continues to sound repeatedly many times. However, in the real world aboard submarines of the US Navy, the diving alarm sounds twice to signal a dive ("oogah-oogah") or thrice to signal a surfacing ("oogah-oogah-oogah"). See more