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Tango0131 Jan 2018 12:37 p.m. PST

"The frigate Damavand was the Iranian navy's most important warship on the Caspian Sea — a symbol of a modest but growing armed presence on the world's largest enclosed body of water, and a force for Iranian flag-waving in a region full of oil and natural gas reverses. But on Jan. 10 as she approached her home port of Bandar Anzali, waves and high winds forced her into a rocky jetty protecting the harbor…."

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Tgunner31 Jan 2018 6:24 p.m. PST

A sad fate for a proud ship. Worst still for the families of the two crewmen lost. The US and Iran may be foes, but everyone bows to the might of the sea.

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