Published on 26th September 2018 by

In a new major investigation, one of the Australian Navy’s most respected former officers says the new Collins class submarines from Swedish manufacturer Kockums are potentially unsafe.

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Retired Commodore Mick Dunne, appointed by the Navy in 1997 to investigate problems within the $5 billion submarine project, tells us his greatest fear for the Collins was “that we will lose one”.
Speaking publicly for the first time, Commodore Dunne said he hoped breaking his silence “might get those submarines fixed to an extent where they(the crew) are not going to be in the danger that I think they’re in now.”

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