1 00:00:33,170 --> 00:00:38,269 Downloaded from xPau.se 2 00:01:18,857 --> 00:01:20,126 (SONAR PINGING) 3 00:02:04,839 --> 00:02:05,838 Report status. 4 00:02:05,840 --> 00:02:09,176 Captain, holding Russian Akula at 400 yards. 5 00:02:09,178 --> 00:02:13,280 - Best bearing 0-3-5. - We remain undetected, sir. 6 00:02:13,282 --> 00:02:15,282 SONAR: Two hours, 45 minutes in her baffles, Captain. 7 00:02:15,284 --> 00:02:17,251 We're right up Ivan's ass, and they don't even know it. 8 00:02:17,253 --> 00:02:18,386 Mind your panel. 9 00:02:18,388 --> 00:02:23,126 Conn, Captain. Maintain range. Stay right behind her. 10 00:02:37,574 --> 00:02:39,609 - (LOUD FEEDBACK ON HEADPHONES) - (MEN SHOUTING) 11 00:02:41,012 --> 00:02:42,278 Captain, explosion aboard the Konek. 12 00:02:42,280 --> 00:02:44,847 - Put it on the bearing. - Yes, sir. 13 00:02:44,849 --> 00:02:46,682 (MEN SCREAMING ON RADIO) 14 00:02:46,684 --> 00:02:47,950 They're going out on their emergency 15 00:02:47,952 --> 00:02:49,318 - distress pinger. - (PINGING) 16 00:02:49,320 --> 00:02:50,920 Transmit two pings of active. 17 00:02:50,922 --> 00:02:52,402 - Let them know we're here. - Hold up. 18 00:02:54,025 --> 00:02:55,493 What is that? 19 00:02:56,228 --> 00:02:58,728 (TINGING) 20 00:02:58,730 --> 00:03:01,131 Torpedo in the water bearing 3-3-5 at 600 yards! 21 00:03:01,133 --> 00:03:03,934 Torpedo evasion. Make your depth 700 feet! 22 00:03:03,936 --> 00:03:05,168 - Was that from the Konek? - No, sir. 23 00:03:05,170 --> 00:03:06,670 It's a contact directly above us. 24 00:03:06,672 --> 00:03:08,272 - Four hundred yards! - All ahead flank! 25 00:03:08,274 --> 00:03:09,806 - Captain, there's no time. - Two hundred yards! 26 00:03:09,808 --> 00:03:11,643 - Right hard rudder! - Terminal homing! 27 00:03:23,890 --> 00:03:25,723 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 28 00:03:25,725 --> 00:03:26,958 - Admiral. - Captain. 29 00:03:26,960 --> 00:03:29,161 Tampa Bay's gone missing just above the Kola Peninsula. 30 00:03:29,163 --> 00:03:30,929 NAVSEA reports no recent repairs, 31 00:03:30,931 --> 00:03:32,264 no problems with the radio 32 00:03:32,266 --> 00:03:33,999 and no weather over the Barents Sea. 33 00:03:34,001 --> 00:03:35,934 FISK: Awfully close to Russian waters. 34 00:03:35,936 --> 00:03:37,236 Yes, sir. They've been playing cat and mouse 35 00:03:37,238 --> 00:03:38,604 with a Russian sub for weeks. 36 00:03:38,606 --> 00:03:40,608 Let's just hope that's all it is. 37 00:03:41,942 --> 00:03:43,711 Sir, they're two hours late for check-in. 38 00:03:45,280 --> 00:03:46,745 ILLINOIS SENATOR: The hell we can't. 39 00:03:46,747 --> 00:03:48,647 We need to get back to Congress, 40 00:03:48,649 --> 00:03:50,216 and twist some goddamn arms. 41 00:03:50,218 --> 00:03:52,218 An arms race in the Arctic, Charles? 42 00:03:52,220 --> 00:03:53,653 Oh, come on, it's a land grab. 43 00:03:53,655 --> 00:03:55,655 The Russian president is simply posturing, 44 00:03:55,657 --> 00:03:56,723 pounding his chest. 45 00:03:56,725 --> 00:03:58,325 ILLINOIS SENATOR: He's embarrassed us in Syria. 46 00:03:58,327 --> 00:04:00,294 He continues to defy us in Crimea. 47 00:04:00,296 --> 00:04:02,229 Are we going to let him to dominate us in the Baltic? 48 00:04:02,231 --> 00:04:03,798 And what next, Europe? 49 00:04:03,800 --> 00:04:05,666 IOWA SENATOR: We can't afford another Cold War, 50 00:04:05,668 --> 00:04:06,534 neither can they. 51 00:04:06,536 --> 00:04:08,369 Isn't it true to say we're witnessing 52 00:04:08,371 --> 00:04:11,272 the most aggressive military buildup in Russian history? 53 00:04:11,274 --> 00:04:13,275 It's not a time to pussy around. 54 00:04:13,277 --> 00:04:14,278 (KNOCK AT DOOR) 55 00:04:25,289 --> 00:04:28,291 Sir, Tampa Bay's gone missing in the Barents Sea. 56 00:04:28,293 --> 00:04:30,994 We picked up a distress signal above the Kola Peninsula. 57 00:04:32,397 --> 00:04:35,832 Hmm. That's Russia's back porch. 58 00:04:35,834 --> 00:04:38,267 There's classified systems on that boat. 59 00:04:38,269 --> 00:04:40,736 And 110 men, sir. 60 00:04:40,738 --> 00:04:43,407 Of course. Well, you wanna go quick, 61 00:04:43,409 --> 00:04:46,210 but you wanna go armed: fast-attack submarine. 62 00:04:46,212 --> 00:04:48,345 I told the 6th Fleet you'd want a Hunter-Killer. 63 00:04:48,347 --> 00:04:50,180 We don't have one in EUCOM region, 64 00:04:50,182 --> 00:04:52,049 not with a rescue-sub attachment. 65 00:04:52,051 --> 00:04:54,118 We do. We have one. 66 00:04:54,120 --> 00:04:58,055 No, son. Arkansas just lost her skipper. 67 00:04:58,057 --> 00:04:59,957 And I assigned her a new one. 68 00:04:59,959 --> 00:05:02,295 He's in the region, never been a captain. 69 00:05:03,330 --> 00:05:05,396 DONNEGAN: Joe Glass? 70 00:05:05,398 --> 00:05:07,132 Where the hell did you find him? 71 00:05:07,134 --> 00:05:09,033 What class was he? 72 00:05:09,035 --> 00:05:10,837 Never went to Annapolis, sir. 73 00:05:14,675 --> 00:05:16,777 (WIND HOWLING) 74 00:05:28,756 --> 00:05:29,891 (ANIMAL GRUNTING) 75 00:05:48,211 --> 00:05:50,213 (FAWN CALLING) 76 00:06:00,223 --> 00:06:02,759 (CELL PHONE RINGING) 77 00:06:04,594 --> 00:06:05,827 Glass. 78 00:06:05,829 --> 00:06:07,162 MAN: Stand by for secure transmission 79 00:06:07,164 --> 00:06:08,933 from Fleet Forces Command. 80 00:06:42,168 --> 00:06:43,269 (SIGHS) 81 00:06:46,005 --> 00:06:47,140 Commander Glass? 82 00:06:48,307 --> 00:06:50,007 XO Brian Edwards. 83 00:06:50,009 --> 00:06:51,842 How was your trip in from Portsmouth, Captain? 84 00:06:51,844 --> 00:06:54,845 Fast. What have you got there? 85 00:06:54,847 --> 00:06:57,115 Sealed orders from 6th Fleet. 86 00:06:57,117 --> 00:06:58,886 They're not wasting any time, sir. 87 00:07:07,995 --> 00:07:11,299 XO, recall the crew. 88 00:07:12,833 --> 00:07:14,135 We sail as soon as possible. 89 00:07:15,670 --> 00:07:18,905 Well, they've just been given a two-day pass, sir. 90 00:07:18,907 --> 00:07:20,175 They'll be impossible to find. 91 00:07:21,343 --> 00:07:23,076 Impossible? 92 00:07:23,078 --> 00:07:24,411 Tell me something, XO. 93 00:07:24,413 --> 00:07:26,848 How many pubs are there in Faslane? 94 00:07:27,083 --> 00:07:28,148 Two. 95 00:07:28,150 --> 00:07:30,751 Then let's devise a radical plan. 96 00:07:30,753 --> 00:07:33,155 You look in one and I'll look in the other. 97 00:07:35,224 --> 00:07:36,258 Aye, sir. 98 00:07:40,430 --> 00:07:41,797 (SIGHS) 99 00:07:44,201 --> 00:07:46,735 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 100 00:07:49,072 --> 00:07:50,140 Down, down. 101 00:07:52,909 --> 00:07:56,744 SAILOR 1: Opening hatch. Tubes one-four operational. 102 00:07:56,746 --> 00:07:59,048 - Load torpedo tube one. - SAILOR 2: Loading! 103 00:07:59,050 --> 00:08:01,317 BRICKOWSKI: Mother of Jesus, we're packing a lot of heat. 104 00:08:01,319 --> 00:08:02,284 KAPLAN: Yeah, why do you think we need 'em all? 105 00:08:02,286 --> 00:08:04,053 Captain's orders is all you need to know. 106 00:08:04,055 --> 00:08:05,354 I heard he was on the Baton Rouge. 107 00:08:05,356 --> 00:08:07,389 A wrench monkey. Ain't never been a captain. 108 00:08:07,391 --> 00:08:09,758 I heard a rumor he punched his commanding officer. 109 00:08:09,760 --> 00:08:11,827 Yeah, yeah. I heard he's all right. 110 00:08:11,829 --> 00:08:13,696 Always hitting the hottest piece of ass in port, 111 00:08:13,698 --> 00:08:14,830 from here to Samoa. 112 00:08:14,832 --> 00:08:17,100 - Yeah? So... So he's one of us. - What? 113 00:08:17,102 --> 00:08:18,435 When the hell have you ever hit a hot 114 00:08:18,437 --> 00:08:20,337 - piece of ass, Brickowski? - (ALL LAUGHING) 115 00:08:20,339 --> 00:08:22,139 When have you ever met a captain who's one of us? 116 00:08:22,141 --> 00:08:24,101 All right, settle down. We've got some work to do. 117 00:08:28,147 --> 00:08:29,813 (METAL CLANKING) 118 00:08:29,815 --> 00:08:30,983 (ELECTRIC BUZZING) 119 00:08:40,960 --> 00:08:42,729 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 120 00:08:44,831 --> 00:08:45,965 (VIDEO GAME PLAYING) 121 00:08:49,270 --> 00:08:50,337 Carry on. 122 00:09:01,183 --> 00:09:02,348 JIMENEZ: Captain in control. 123 00:09:02,350 --> 00:09:04,384 Ship is rigged for dive, Captain. No surface contacts. 124 00:09:04,386 --> 00:09:06,319 I intend to launch the ship. 125 00:09:06,321 --> 00:09:08,323 SAILOR: Arkansas is cleared for passage, sir. 126 00:09:15,997 --> 00:09:18,700 Navigator Park. Where are we headed, Captain? 127 00:09:26,375 --> 00:09:29,245 Warship Arkansas, this is your Captain, Joe Glass. 128 00:09:31,415 --> 00:09:34,784 Now, I want to say that I knew Commander O'Brian personally, 129 00:09:35,851 --> 00:09:37,421 but I know he trained you well. 130 00:09:39,122 --> 00:09:40,488 Now, I'm hearing a lot of chatter 131 00:09:40,490 --> 00:09:41,990 about the kind of captain that I might be, 132 00:09:41,992 --> 00:09:43,892 so let me tell you directly. 133 00:09:43,894 --> 00:09:45,260 Not an Annapolis man, 134 00:09:45,262 --> 00:09:48,096 who learned who you are in a class. 135 00:09:48,098 --> 00:09:51,300 I've worked your jobs. Manned a sonar, 136 00:09:51,302 --> 00:09:53,102 been the Bull Nuke, I've cleaned torpedo tubes. 137 00:09:53,104 --> 00:09:55,071 If you think I know you better than 138 00:09:55,073 --> 00:09:57,375 your previous officers, you're right. 139 00:09:58,443 --> 00:10:00,276 I've been underwater all my life. 140 00:10:00,278 --> 00:10:01,578 I've missed five elections, 141 00:10:01,580 --> 00:10:03,447 seven Super Bowls, my sister's wedding, 142 00:10:03,449 --> 00:10:04,816 and my father's death. 143 00:10:06,418 --> 00:10:07,919 This is all I know down here. 144 00:10:09,154 --> 00:10:10,222 I am you. 145 00:10:12,524 --> 00:10:14,592 If you think that means I'm running anything other 146 00:10:14,594 --> 00:10:16,914 than the tightest ship you've ever seen, you're dead wrong. 147 00:10:18,365 --> 00:10:20,498 It's not an idle training exercise. 148 00:10:20,500 --> 00:10:23,867 Your brothers on Tampa Bay are missing in Russian waters. 149 00:10:23,869 --> 00:10:25,205 Possibly sunk. 150 00:10:28,208 --> 00:10:30,875 Every one of you knows someone on board that sub. 151 00:10:30,877 --> 00:10:33,013 Now, we're gonna find them. 152 00:10:34,881 --> 00:10:36,016 So, follow orders. 153 00:10:37,050 --> 00:10:38,852 I expect nothing short of your best. 154 00:10:41,155 --> 00:10:43,958 I can do some of your jobs better than you. I won't. 155 00:10:44,959 --> 00:10:45,993 Your jobs, 156 00:10:47,895 --> 00:10:49,297 but they're my responsibility. 157 00:10:53,468 --> 00:10:54,869 Carry on, XO. 158 00:10:55,970 --> 00:10:57,039 Aye, sir. 159 00:11:02,077 --> 00:11:05,513 Admiral Fisk? Admiral Fisk. 160 00:11:05,515 --> 00:11:07,113 I'm briefing the President in under an hour, 161 00:11:07,115 --> 00:11:09,417 and your Navy boys are not sharing. 162 00:11:09,419 --> 00:11:11,218 I work for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, 163 00:11:11,220 --> 00:11:12,553 not the NSA, Miss Norquist, 164 00:11:12,555 --> 00:11:14,490 or are we on a first-name basis now? 165 00:11:16,359 --> 00:11:18,559 - Thing at my kid's school. - Fair enough. 166 00:11:18,561 --> 00:11:21,463 IUSS picked up two explosions off the Kola Peninsula, 167 00:11:21,465 --> 00:11:23,632 right where Tampa Bay went missing. 168 00:11:23,634 --> 00:11:25,434 - Two? - Could be one of theirs, 169 00:11:25,436 --> 00:11:27,369 could be one of ours. 170 00:11:27,371 --> 00:11:29,371 Is there any chance that they collided? 171 00:11:29,373 --> 00:11:30,939 Not likely. 172 00:11:30,941 --> 00:11:32,541 Have you reached out to your Russian counterparts? 173 00:11:32,543 --> 00:11:35,177 What do they say? 174 00:11:35,179 --> 00:11:37,515 - That's classified. - Now who's not sharing? 175 00:11:38,450 --> 00:11:39,515 (FISK TYPING) 176 00:11:39,517 --> 00:11:41,551 What time were the explosions recorded? 177 00:11:41,553 --> 00:11:44,155 09:04 and 09:06 GMT. 178 00:11:47,525 --> 00:11:48,560 What's wrong? 179 00:11:51,529 --> 00:11:52,995 Ever since the Russians started 180 00:11:52,997 --> 00:11:54,364 building up their fleet at Polyarny, 181 00:11:54,366 --> 00:11:56,633 we've been keeping tabs on the Russian President. 182 00:11:56,635 --> 00:11:58,469 Zakarin left the Kremlin with his core security, 183 00:11:58,471 --> 00:12:00,270 and he's headed right there to the Kola Peninsula. 184 00:12:00,272 --> 00:12:02,139 - Sure, because of this incident. - No. 185 00:12:02,141 --> 00:12:04,475 He left before the two explosions. 186 00:12:04,477 --> 00:12:07,179 A scheduled meeting with his Defense Minister, Durov. 187 00:12:08,114 --> 00:12:09,446 I don't like coincidences. 188 00:12:09,448 --> 00:12:10,948 Well, I put a sub in the water. 189 00:12:10,950 --> 00:12:12,251 We'll have answers soon. 190 00:12:14,221 --> 00:12:15,222 Admiral. 191 00:12:24,498 --> 00:12:26,131 You're about two stars short of clearance 192 00:12:26,133 --> 00:12:27,566 for what I'm about to tell you. 193 00:12:27,568 --> 00:12:29,668 I've been trying to get the NSA to authorize an op, 194 00:12:29,670 --> 00:12:31,069 and they've been dragging their feet, 195 00:12:31,071 --> 00:12:33,205 and now everything is moving way too fast. 196 00:12:33,207 --> 00:12:34,673 If this was an act of aggression, 197 00:12:34,675 --> 00:12:36,742 we need to know what Zakarin is doing there. 198 00:12:36,744 --> 00:12:38,712 If you want to fly a drone into Russian airspace, 199 00:12:38,714 --> 00:12:40,112 the Air Force will be happy to... 200 00:12:40,114 --> 00:12:41,550 Not from 60,000 feet. 201 00:12:43,184 --> 00:12:45,519 We need eyes and ears on the ground. 202 00:12:45,521 --> 00:12:47,119 I'm sure you know someone who could go off-book 203 00:12:47,121 --> 00:12:48,490 for the next 48 hours. 204 00:12:49,591 --> 00:12:50,591 (SCOFFS) 205 00:12:52,227 --> 00:12:54,229 You want me to send a team into Russia? 206 00:12:54,663 --> 00:12:55,964 Yes, I do. 207 00:13:03,138 --> 00:13:04,441 BEAMAN: Follow me! 208 00:13:06,342 --> 00:13:08,476 Move! Move! Move! 209 00:13:08,478 --> 00:13:10,947 (DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 210 00:13:17,421 --> 00:13:19,086 All clear! 211 00:13:19,088 --> 00:13:21,089 You got 30 seconds, Martinelli! 212 00:13:21,091 --> 00:13:22,257 Moving! 213 00:13:22,259 --> 00:13:24,562 Move! Go! Move! Move! Move! 214 00:13:29,333 --> 00:13:30,500 (MARTINELLI PANTING) 215 00:13:30,502 --> 00:13:32,267 Twenty seconds! 216 00:13:32,269 --> 00:13:34,239 (PANTING) 217 00:13:36,208 --> 00:13:37,242 Ten seconds! 218 00:13:40,045 --> 00:13:41,110 Five! 219 00:13:41,112 --> 00:13:42,113 (GRUNTS) 220 00:13:43,716 --> 00:13:45,150 Time! 221 00:13:46,786 --> 00:13:47,986 Hey! 222 00:13:48,621 --> 00:13:50,521 Congratulations, Martinelli, 223 00:13:50,523 --> 00:13:52,625 you just killed the whole fucking team! 224 00:13:54,827 --> 00:13:56,262 (EXHALES) 225 00:14:02,268 --> 00:14:03,604 (EXHALES) 226 00:14:08,609 --> 00:14:10,544 Bag 'em, rack 'em, and stack 'em, Martinelli. 227 00:14:13,180 --> 00:14:14,212 Damn it! 228 00:14:14,214 --> 00:14:16,448 Beaman ain't one to hold back on his emotions. 229 00:14:16,450 --> 00:14:19,819 And he's got all three: irritation, anger, and rage. 230 00:14:19,821 --> 00:14:22,323 Hey, Commander, isn't it past you bedtime? 231 00:14:23,691 --> 00:14:25,458 What's he so pissed off about all the time? 232 00:14:25,460 --> 00:14:27,793 Maybe it's 'cause he's from Birmingham. Ever been there? 233 00:14:27,795 --> 00:14:30,663 Hey, you know, I'm closing on a house off East Lake Park. 234 00:14:30,665 --> 00:14:31,865 I don't suppose that's the paperwork 235 00:14:31,867 --> 00:14:33,167 you got in your hand. 236 00:14:34,737 --> 00:14:36,505 Looks like we're going ugly. 237 00:14:37,205 --> 00:14:38,672 How can you tell? 238 00:14:38,674 --> 00:14:41,108 HALL: Just look at Beaman. 239 00:14:41,110 --> 00:14:42,578 Son of a bitch is amused. 240 00:14:44,380 --> 00:14:46,446 It's a recon, boys. 241 00:14:46,448 --> 00:14:48,549 Stow all your simmunitions and training gear. 242 00:14:48,551 --> 00:14:50,620 - We're going live. - Where we headed, boss? 243 00:14:56,125 --> 00:14:57,360 (KNOCK AT DOOR) 244 00:14:58,828 --> 00:15:00,196 Come in. 245 00:15:01,631 --> 00:15:03,567 Crew's on board and ready to go, sir. 246 00:15:04,769 --> 00:15:06,303 Very well, Cob. 247 00:15:09,205 --> 00:15:11,840 - (DOOR CLOSES) - I have something for you, Captain. 248 00:15:11,842 --> 00:15:14,476 I know supply's all out, 249 00:15:14,478 --> 00:15:15,911 but I thought you should have one of your own 250 00:15:15,913 --> 00:15:17,415 before we get underway. 251 00:15:20,217 --> 00:15:22,153 I appreciate the gesture, Cob, 252 00:15:23,555 --> 00:15:25,490 but I can't take your coin. 253 00:15:26,858 --> 00:15:28,258 I don't think I'm gonna be 254 00:15:28,260 --> 00:15:29,859 buying anybody a drink on this trip. 255 00:15:29,861 --> 00:15:33,330 - Are you sure, sir? - Yeah. 256 00:15:33,332 --> 00:15:36,301 I only got space in this pocket for one coin. 257 00:15:44,711 --> 00:15:46,479 COB: You were on the Wichita. 258 00:15:47,213 --> 00:15:48,514 My first boat. 259 00:15:50,383 --> 00:15:51,883 Was it as bad as they say, sir? 260 00:15:51,885 --> 00:15:54,886 (SCOFFS) I don't know what they say, 261 00:15:54,888 --> 00:15:56,457 but it was probably worse. 262 00:15:58,257 --> 00:16:00,394 That coin, my good luck charm, 263 00:16:01,295 --> 00:16:02,763 only one I ever carry. 264 00:16:07,869 --> 00:16:09,370 Let's get underway. 265 00:16:10,705 --> 00:16:11,740 Aye, Captain. 266 00:16:14,609 --> 00:16:15,777 (SIGHS) 267 00:16:40,469 --> 00:16:43,406 CREWMAN: Reactors one and two ready to go, sir. 268 00:16:48,311 --> 00:16:50,645 Last man down. Hatch secure. 269 00:16:50,647 --> 00:16:52,380 - Captain in control. - (DOOR SHUTS) 270 00:16:52,382 --> 00:16:54,482 Officer of the deck, submerge the ship. 271 00:16:54,484 --> 00:16:55,885 Submerge the ship. Aye, Captain. 272 00:16:55,887 --> 00:16:57,753 Fifteen degree down bubble, all ahead full. 273 00:16:57,755 --> 00:16:59,320 Make your depth 300 feet. 274 00:16:59,322 --> 00:17:00,388 CREWMAN 1: Aye, sir. 275 00:17:00,390 --> 00:17:01,590 CREWMAN 2: Depth set to 300 feet. 276 00:17:01,592 --> 00:17:03,361 CREWMAN 3: Fifteen degrees down bubble. 277 00:17:06,497 --> 00:17:08,664 DECK OFFICER: Dive! Dive! 278 00:17:08,666 --> 00:17:10,903 (DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 279 00:18:18,540 --> 00:18:19,742 (SHOUTS IN RUSSIAN) 280 00:18:29,418 --> 00:18:31,721 Welcome to Polyarny, Mr. President. 281 00:18:32,588 --> 00:18:33,924 Good to see you, Dmitri. 282 00:18:37,761 --> 00:18:40,128 - Has Washington made contact? - They have. 283 00:18:40,130 --> 00:18:42,130 We thought it best to await your arrival, 284 00:18:42,132 --> 00:18:43,765 before responding. 285 00:18:43,767 --> 00:18:45,769 Yes. Let them wait. 286 00:19:04,089 --> 00:19:06,156 Short and sweet, gentlemen. 287 00:19:06,158 --> 00:19:07,724 We're going to be the eyes and ears 288 00:19:07,726 --> 00:19:09,458 for some people inside the Beltway. 289 00:19:09,460 --> 00:19:11,962 Yeah, a bunch of suits sipping chai lattes. 290 00:19:11,964 --> 00:19:14,464 Maybe, but Fisk vouched for this one. 291 00:19:14,466 --> 00:19:16,633 - JOHNSTONE: No shit. - HALL: Living the dream. 292 00:19:16,635 --> 00:19:18,602 If it doesn't suck, we don't do it. 293 00:19:18,604 --> 00:19:22,408 Hey, Martinelli, tags and personal effects. 294 00:19:23,442 --> 00:19:25,543 You telling me this is unofficial? 295 00:19:25,545 --> 00:19:28,046 We get caught on the wrong side of the fence, 296 00:19:28,048 --> 00:19:29,115 we never existed. 297 00:19:30,617 --> 00:19:32,483 You're new, so a little advice. 298 00:19:32,485 --> 00:19:33,551 Don't be that guy. 299 00:19:33,553 --> 00:19:34,654 What guy? 300 00:19:44,932 --> 00:19:49,001 You got a beautiful sister, Martinelli. She spoken for? 301 00:19:49,003 --> 00:19:51,071 She's not my sister, sir. 302 00:19:51,073 --> 00:19:52,941 It doesn't matter where Beaman's from. 303 00:20:08,825 --> 00:20:11,160 - Report on contacts. - No immediate contacts. 304 00:20:12,028 --> 00:20:13,227 Park. 305 00:20:13,229 --> 00:20:15,763 Forty miles from the Russian coast, sir. 306 00:20:15,765 --> 00:20:17,732 We should be right on top of her. 307 00:20:17,734 --> 00:20:19,435 We might not be the first ones here. 308 00:20:19,836 --> 00:20:20,904 Captain? 309 00:20:22,172 --> 00:20:24,739 XO, deploy the sea scan. 310 00:20:24,741 --> 00:20:26,909 Deploy sea scan. Aye, Captain. 311 00:20:26,911 --> 00:20:29,546 Deploy the sea scan. Set scope at 1,000 knots. 312 00:20:44,029 --> 00:20:46,496 (SONAR BEEPING) 313 00:20:46,498 --> 00:20:48,733 Sir, I'm picking up something. 314 00:20:51,270 --> 00:20:52,769 Could be a debris field. 315 00:20:52,771 --> 00:20:54,704 Could be vents on the sea floor. 316 00:20:54,706 --> 00:20:56,739 Or a deep water reef. 317 00:20:56,741 --> 00:20:58,610 It wouldn't affect the magnetic field. 318 00:21:03,950 --> 00:21:05,117 There she is. 319 00:21:17,230 --> 00:21:18,665 COB: Jesus. 320 00:21:25,139 --> 00:21:26,240 (BEEPING) 321 00:21:31,678 --> 00:21:35,616 Jimenez, maneuver the sea scan towards the bow. 322 00:21:47,763 --> 00:21:49,296 She was torpedoed. 323 00:21:49,298 --> 00:21:51,965 - Cob, man battle stations. - Man battle stations, aye. 324 00:21:51,967 --> 00:21:54,601 Flood tubes one and two. Open outer doors on tube two. 325 00:21:54,603 --> 00:21:56,905 - Man battle stations. - Man battle stations. 326 00:21:58,108 --> 00:22:00,041 - Okay, open the breach door. - Forward clear! 327 00:22:00,043 --> 00:22:02,010 (ALARM BLARING) 328 00:22:02,012 --> 00:22:04,214 Engine room, engine room, somebody get these... 329 00:22:05,115 --> 00:22:06,195 Come on, come on, let's go! 330 00:22:08,752 --> 00:22:10,284 McCAW: Flood tubes one, two, three, four. 331 00:22:10,286 --> 00:22:11,953 Flood tubes, aye. 332 00:22:11,955 --> 00:22:12,956 Secure torpedo rigs. 333 00:22:14,125 --> 00:22:16,891 Open outer doors! Go! Go! Go! 334 00:22:16,893 --> 00:22:18,659 Draft a message for next comms window. 335 00:22:18,661 --> 00:22:20,796 "USS Tampa Bay sunk by enemy action." 336 00:22:20,798 --> 00:22:22,097 Yes, sir. 337 00:22:22,099 --> 00:22:24,033 Tubes one and two ready for launch. 338 00:22:24,035 --> 00:22:26,871 Engine room, cap and rig for maximum reliability. 339 00:22:28,105 --> 00:22:30,674 Captain? You should hear this. 340 00:22:33,111 --> 00:22:35,781 (SUBMARINE PROPELLER WHIRRING) 341 00:22:41,787 --> 00:22:43,722 Tell me that's coming from Tampa Bay. 342 00:22:45,123 --> 00:22:47,091 Get me a bearing. 343 00:22:47,093 --> 00:22:48,926 Bearing 2-2-1, clear as a bell. 344 00:22:48,928 --> 00:22:50,727 Steer course 2-2-1. 345 00:22:50,729 --> 00:22:51,796 PILOT: Steering course 2-2-1. 346 00:22:51,798 --> 00:22:54,732 Mr. Edwards, get that robot back on board ASAP. 347 00:22:54,734 --> 00:22:56,269 EDWARDS: Recall the sea scan. 348 00:23:04,144 --> 00:23:06,980 (PROPELLER WHIRRING) 349 00:23:12,252 --> 00:23:14,653 BELFORD: What the hell is that? 350 00:23:14,655 --> 00:23:15,521 New contact, Captain. 351 00:23:15,523 --> 00:23:17,124 Detecting auxiliary noises overhead. 352 00:23:22,430 --> 00:23:24,698 (FAINT PINGING) 353 00:23:26,935 --> 00:23:28,703 Somebody's ice-picked up there. 354 00:23:29,337 --> 00:23:30,939 They're right on top of us. 355 00:23:39,815 --> 00:23:42,449 Distance 8-5-0. 356 00:23:42,451 --> 00:23:44,320 The American sub is increasing speed. 357 00:23:45,855 --> 00:23:47,690 Fire torpedoes one and two. 358 00:23:48,858 --> 00:23:53,029 RUSSIAN CREWMAN: Bearing 0-4-5... 0-4-6... 359 00:23:56,199 --> 00:23:58,335 - Torpedoes in the water! - They fired at us? 360 00:24:00,270 --> 00:24:01,970 Best bearing 1-9-0 and closing. 361 00:24:01,972 --> 00:24:03,037 Pilot, take her to manual. 362 00:24:03,039 --> 00:24:04,772 Left full rudder, all ahead flank. 363 00:24:04,774 --> 00:24:06,144 Launch evasion devices. 364 00:24:15,953 --> 00:24:18,220 Captain, torpedoes are chasing counter-measure. 365 00:24:18,222 --> 00:24:19,290 Give them new coordinates. 366 00:24:20,791 --> 00:24:22,892 Snapshot, prepare to fire tube one 367 00:24:22,894 --> 00:24:24,760 on the bearing of enemy contact. 368 00:24:24,762 --> 00:24:26,463 - Ship ready! - Solution ready! 369 00:24:26,465 --> 00:24:27,730 Weapon ready! 370 00:24:27,732 --> 00:24:30,169 Match sonar bearings, and fire! 371 00:24:31,436 --> 00:24:33,939 Normal launch! Torpedo course 2-1-9! 372 00:24:41,780 --> 00:24:44,184 Captain, torpedo bearing 3-0-0. 373 00:24:47,954 --> 00:24:50,922 - It passed under us. - It won't find us in the ice. 374 00:24:50,924 --> 00:24:52,924 There's a lot of interference on the surface, Captain. 375 00:24:52,926 --> 00:24:54,193 Hard to find her in the noise. 376 00:24:54,195 --> 00:24:57,429 Pull up towed array past appropriate gauge. 377 00:24:57,431 --> 00:25:01,200 Weps, turn weapon 180 degrees. 378 00:25:01,202 --> 00:25:02,935 Reduce search depth to 40 feet. 379 00:25:02,937 --> 00:25:04,738 Reduce depth to 40 feet. Aye, Captain. 380 00:25:08,842 --> 00:25:10,878 CREWMAN: Equalize the air vents 7 to 10! 381 00:25:13,548 --> 00:25:15,348 - There she is. - Holy shit. 382 00:25:15,350 --> 00:25:17,118 EDWARDS: Eyes on enemy contact. 383 00:25:27,363 --> 00:25:28,795 Captain, it's a hit! 384 00:25:28,797 --> 00:25:30,264 Get those headphones back on, Belford. 385 00:25:30,266 --> 00:25:33,236 Pilot, zero bubble, maintain flank speed. 386 00:25:37,273 --> 00:25:40,040 Captain, enemy torpedoes still active and closing! 387 00:25:40,042 --> 00:25:41,809 Nav, report the bearing to Tampa Bay. 388 00:25:41,811 --> 00:25:42,977 We're going to run straight at her. 389 00:25:42,979 --> 00:25:44,044 Tampa Bay, sir? 390 00:25:44,046 --> 00:25:45,113 If I have to say everything twice, 391 00:25:45,115 --> 00:25:46,248 we're not going to make it. 392 00:25:46,250 --> 00:25:48,183 - Report the bearing! - Yes, sir. 0-1-0. 393 00:25:48,185 --> 00:25:51,553 Pilot, steady course 0-1-0, 40 degree down bubble. 394 00:25:51,555 --> 00:25:53,154 0-1-0, 40 down. Aye, Captain. 395 00:25:53,156 --> 00:25:56,159 Now, when I tell you, pull up with everything. 396 00:26:05,203 --> 00:26:06,471 Sounding 300 feet. 397 00:26:09,207 --> 00:26:10,408 Two-five-zero! 398 00:26:12,176 --> 00:26:14,344 Two hundred feet. Red sounding. 399 00:26:14,346 --> 00:26:17,114 - Red sounding. - One-five-zero! 400 00:26:17,116 --> 00:26:19,251 - (ALARM BLARING) - One hundred feet! 401 00:26:22,888 --> 00:26:26,524 - Repeat red sounding! - Seventy-five! Fifty feet! 402 00:26:26,526 --> 00:26:27,991 - Forty feet! - Captain! 403 00:26:27,993 --> 00:26:30,628 OPERATOR: Thirty feet! Two-five. Twenty feet! 404 00:26:30,630 --> 00:26:31,830 Pull up. Zero bubble. 405 00:26:38,538 --> 00:26:40,040 Torpedo's, 200 feet! 406 00:26:47,214 --> 00:26:50,484 - Skipper, suggest we... - Hold her. Stay on the floor. 407 00:26:56,424 --> 00:26:58,390 - Terminal homing, Captain! - Right full rudder! 408 00:26:58,392 --> 00:26:59,992 EDWARDS: Right full rudder. Aye, Captain. 409 00:27:06,401 --> 00:27:07,502 (GRUNTS) 410 00:27:09,271 --> 00:27:10,305 (GRUNTS) 411 00:27:11,573 --> 00:27:13,576 (WATER GUSHING) 412 00:27:24,454 --> 00:27:26,189 (ALARM BLARING) 413 00:27:32,629 --> 00:27:33,630 (SAILOR MOANS) 414 00:27:40,571 --> 00:27:43,107 - Everybody all right? - CREW: Aye. 415 00:27:43,674 --> 00:27:44,875 I'm okay. 416 00:27:48,613 --> 00:27:51,113 Did we just start a war? 417 00:27:51,115 --> 00:27:54,085 No, but we might have sailed into one. 418 00:27:57,122 --> 00:27:58,156 Captain? 419 00:28:01,192 --> 00:28:03,061 Somebody's still down there, sir. 420 00:28:06,097 --> 00:28:08,634 (RHYTHMIC CLANGING) 421 00:28:25,252 --> 00:28:27,619 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 422 00:28:27,621 --> 00:28:29,289 LT. COMMANDER: President, Minister Durov. 423 00:28:30,323 --> 00:28:32,292 They sunk our submarine, Volkov. 424 00:28:38,332 --> 00:28:40,566 What the hell are the Americans doing? 425 00:28:40,568 --> 00:28:42,033 We must respond immediately 426 00:28:42,035 --> 00:28:43,769 to protect the sovereignty of Russia. 427 00:28:43,771 --> 00:28:46,172 Sir, I recommend we launch Yevchenko 428 00:28:46,174 --> 00:28:47,708 to sweep for American submarines. 429 00:28:49,510 --> 00:28:51,245 I want to speak with the American president. 430 00:28:56,050 --> 00:28:59,121 Sir, message from the USS Arkansas. 431 00:29:09,499 --> 00:29:10,667 (THUNDER RUMBLING) 432 00:29:14,370 --> 00:29:16,737 I got a Rear Admiral without enough sense 433 00:29:16,739 --> 00:29:18,172 to get out of the rain. 434 00:29:18,174 --> 00:29:20,208 Sir, we've got a shootout under the ice. 435 00:29:20,210 --> 00:29:22,713 Three subs down: two Russian, one American. 436 00:29:24,314 --> 00:29:26,214 What's the response from Moscow? 437 00:29:26,216 --> 00:29:27,649 Nothing. Nothing to the Pentagon 438 00:29:27,651 --> 00:29:29,284 or the State Department, sir. 439 00:29:29,286 --> 00:29:31,253 And we know they've been conducting exercises 440 00:29:31,255 --> 00:29:33,722 with the Northern Fleet over the last few weeks. 441 00:29:33,724 --> 00:29:35,624 Exercises, my ass. 442 00:29:35,626 --> 00:29:38,262 President Zakarin is already in Polyarny. 443 00:29:41,700 --> 00:29:45,301 Move the closest carrier battle group into position. 444 00:29:45,303 --> 00:29:47,203 Yes, sir. And you should know, 445 00:29:47,205 --> 00:29:48,771 we have special operators en route 446 00:29:48,773 --> 00:29:51,107 to determine Zakarin's intentions. 447 00:29:51,109 --> 00:29:53,376 Admiral Fisk, I don't think I need to explain 448 00:29:53,378 --> 00:29:55,311 to a war hero such as yourself, 449 00:29:55,313 --> 00:29:57,581 but when someone is shooting at you, 450 00:29:57,583 --> 00:29:59,017 you know their intentions. 451 00:30:03,122 --> 00:30:04,290 (THUNDER RUMBLING) 452 00:30:07,760 --> 00:30:09,627 BEAMAN: Let's gear up, fellas! 453 00:30:09,629 --> 00:30:11,596 (LIGHTNING CRASHES) 454 00:30:11,598 --> 00:30:13,798 Shit, is that lightning? 455 00:30:13,800 --> 00:30:16,670 Hey, Martinelli, quit the chatter! 456 00:30:18,272 --> 00:30:21,239 - (ALARM BUZZING) - Go! Go! Go! 457 00:30:21,241 --> 00:30:24,444 (DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 458 00:30:34,722 --> 00:30:36,524 (THUNDER RUMBLING) 459 00:31:05,488 --> 00:31:07,591 BEAMAN: Martinelli! (UNCLIPS PARACHUTE) 460 00:31:22,239 --> 00:31:23,240 (GRUNTS IN PAIN) 461 00:31:26,243 --> 00:31:27,676 (COUGHS) 462 00:31:27,678 --> 00:31:29,715 Slow down. Slow down, little brother. 463 00:31:30,949 --> 00:31:33,284 What's your name? Come on, what's your name? 464 00:31:35,854 --> 00:31:37,253 Thursday. 465 00:31:37,255 --> 00:31:38,256 (CHUCKLES) 466 00:31:39,691 --> 00:31:40,759 Fuck. 467 00:32:10,891 --> 00:32:13,227 JIMENEZ: It's another Akula, Captain. 468 00:32:13,761 --> 00:32:15,460 Damage to the bow. 469 00:32:15,462 --> 00:32:17,730 Probably on impact with the sea floor. 470 00:32:17,732 --> 00:32:19,768 Tampa Bay took her down with her. 471 00:32:21,368 --> 00:32:23,438 Tampa Bay didn't fire on anyone. 472 00:32:23,772 --> 00:32:24,773 Captain? 473 00:32:25,740 --> 00:32:27,542 Her torpedo doors were closed. 474 00:32:29,377 --> 00:32:30,378 Jesus. 475 00:32:31,914 --> 00:32:34,416 How does anyone live through that? 476 00:32:35,918 --> 00:32:38,420 Ever seen a blast signature like this, XO? 477 00:32:39,789 --> 00:32:42,756 Until today, I hadn't seen any torpedoed submarines. 478 00:32:42,758 --> 00:32:44,260 You're not seeing one here. 479 00:32:45,461 --> 00:32:47,428 Look at the skin of the hull. 480 00:32:47,430 --> 00:32:49,598 The shrapnel patterns are pointing out. 481 00:32:50,934 --> 00:32:53,737 You used to light cherry bombs as a kid, right? 482 00:32:55,605 --> 00:32:58,306 You and I had very different childhoods. 483 00:32:58,308 --> 00:33:01,509 We used to set them off in car tailpipes. 484 00:33:01,511 --> 00:33:03,812 Make slivers like those. 485 00:33:03,814 --> 00:33:06,316 That explosion came from inside the sub. 486 00:33:06,951 --> 00:33:08,617 Her torpedoes cooked off? 487 00:33:08,619 --> 00:33:11,388 They're not that far aft. Not even on an Akula. 488 00:33:17,628 --> 00:33:19,230 (RHYTHMIC CLANGING) 489 00:33:25,537 --> 00:33:27,506 Nav, report bottom depth. 490 00:33:28,006 --> 00:33:29,240 Can we get them out? 491 00:33:33,912 --> 00:33:36,613 762 feet, Captain. 492 00:33:36,615 --> 00:33:37,917 That's touch and go, sir. 493 00:33:39,618 --> 00:33:42,820 They took out Tampa Bay. They don't deserve a rescue. 494 00:33:42,822 --> 00:33:45,556 They were following somebody's orders, Reed. 495 00:33:45,558 --> 00:33:48,359 Captain, we just torpedoed a sub in their water. 496 00:33:48,361 --> 00:33:50,828 The Russians will respond with a search party on high alert. 497 00:33:50,830 --> 00:33:52,998 That would be logical, yeah. 498 00:33:53,000 --> 00:33:54,967 But if they were behaving logically, 499 00:33:54,969 --> 00:33:56,835 they would've tried their own rescue, 500 00:33:56,837 --> 00:33:58,438 not fired on us. 501 00:34:01,509 --> 00:34:03,809 Look, nobody's following the playbook. 502 00:34:03,811 --> 00:34:05,878 We don't know what's going on up top. 503 00:34:05,880 --> 00:34:07,713 The only people who might have a clue 504 00:34:07,715 --> 00:34:09,715 are down there on that ocean floor. 505 00:34:09,717 --> 00:34:12,085 Yeah, Russians, sir, 506 00:34:12,087 --> 00:34:13,920 who, for all we know, just sunk Tampa Bay! 507 00:34:13,922 --> 00:34:15,088 Exactly my point. 508 00:34:15,090 --> 00:34:17,690 We don't know, XO, but they might. 509 00:34:17,692 --> 00:34:19,025 And for some reason, 510 00:34:19,027 --> 00:34:21,128 their comrades have left them for dead. 511 00:34:21,130 --> 00:34:23,363 This is in direct violation of our mission objective. 512 00:34:23,365 --> 00:34:24,564 Noted. 513 00:34:24,566 --> 00:34:25,800 Cob, launch the Mystic. 514 00:34:25,802 --> 00:34:27,367 Launch the Mystic. Aye, Captain. 515 00:34:27,369 --> 00:34:29,737 Put her down on the forward escape trunk. 516 00:34:29,739 --> 00:34:31,639 I want those Russian sailors outta there. 517 00:34:31,641 --> 00:34:33,808 Sir, at the very least, we need to contact 6th Fleet. 518 00:34:33,810 --> 00:34:35,945 And they'll be dead by the time we get an answer! 519 00:34:38,581 --> 00:34:41,149 Have commo draft a message, 520 00:34:41,151 --> 00:34:43,020 but I'm not waiting for a reply. 521 00:34:44,888 --> 00:34:46,089 Aye, Captain. 522 00:34:50,160 --> 00:34:51,893 JIMENEZ: Arkansas, Mystic. 523 00:34:51,895 --> 00:34:54,696 Flooding and equalizing skirt for undocking. 524 00:34:54,698 --> 00:34:57,066 - Mating latch... released. - (BEEPING) 525 00:34:57,068 --> 00:34:58,502 (BEEPING) 526 00:35:11,749 --> 00:35:12,882 Couple of feet deeper, 527 00:35:12,884 --> 00:35:14,752 and we get crushed like a beer can. 528 00:35:17,756 --> 00:35:18,824 (PUSHING BUTTONS) 529 00:35:30,502 --> 00:35:32,170 - (RUMBLING) - (ALARM BEEPING) 530 00:35:32,172 --> 00:35:33,771 The currents are strong, cabron. 531 00:35:33,773 --> 00:35:35,773 Four knots, 1-5-0. 532 00:35:35,775 --> 00:35:37,108 Copy that. 533 00:35:37,110 --> 00:35:39,779 (BEEPING) 534 00:35:43,483 --> 00:35:45,152 NICHOLS: Speed, point 2. 535 00:35:52,493 --> 00:35:53,794 Five feet. 536 00:35:55,630 --> 00:35:56,931 God damn it. 537 00:35:59,167 --> 00:36:00,936 - Two feet. - We're stuck in a riptide! 538 00:36:01,636 --> 00:36:02,737 (BEEPING INCREASES) 539 00:36:12,848 --> 00:36:14,082 And locked. 540 00:36:15,851 --> 00:36:17,719 (BOTH SIGH IN RELIEF) 541 00:36:18,754 --> 00:36:21,758 (RHYTHMIC CLANGING) 542 00:36:29,732 --> 00:36:31,601 (HISSES) 543 00:36:51,222 --> 00:36:53,490 (BANGING) 544 00:37:10,276 --> 00:37:12,244 (BREATHING HEAVILY) 545 00:37:35,902 --> 00:37:38,772 I'm Commander Glass of the USS Arkansas. 546 00:37:40,174 --> 00:37:42,176 (SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 547 00:37:47,682 --> 00:37:52,852 XO, have these men treated for hypothermia by the Doc, 548 00:37:52,854 --> 00:37:54,789 but keep them placed under guard. 549 00:37:56,091 --> 00:37:57,958 Until we hear something from above, 550 00:37:57,960 --> 00:37:59,862 these men are prisoners of war. 551 00:38:17,947 --> 00:38:19,115 Cob. 552 00:38:20,283 --> 00:38:23,051 Separate the Captain from his men. 553 00:38:23,053 --> 00:38:24,754 I want him kept in isolation. 554 00:38:25,289 --> 00:38:26,756 Aye, Captain. 555 00:39:27,188 --> 00:39:28,189 Nellie is away. 556 00:39:33,294 --> 00:39:34,362 (EXHALES) 557 00:39:41,035 --> 00:39:42,704 (SUSPENSEFUL MUSIC PLAYING) 558 00:40:14,505 --> 00:40:17,040 BEAMAN ON RADIO: Hey, boss, what's your sitrep? 559 00:40:19,343 --> 00:40:21,183 MARTINELLI: Got some heavy ordnance down there. 560 00:40:21,812 --> 00:40:23,412 They're loading destroyers. 561 00:40:23,414 --> 00:40:25,449 Pulling up to a tin can right now. 562 00:40:27,185 --> 00:40:28,686 (BEEPING) 563 00:40:31,756 --> 00:40:33,022 Well, make it look good. 564 00:40:33,024 --> 00:40:34,491 These pictures are going live to Washington. 565 00:40:34,493 --> 00:40:36,428 Oh, yeah, we're famous. 566 00:40:41,233 --> 00:40:42,866 Why aren't we getting a clear picture? 567 00:40:42,868 --> 00:40:44,535 Something's giving us interference. 568 00:40:44,537 --> 00:40:47,003 We're having trouble making a connection, ma'am. 569 00:40:47,005 --> 00:40:48,972 - Uh, can I, please? - FORBES: Yes, ma'am. 570 00:40:48,974 --> 00:40:50,874 NORQUIST: They're using a signal jammer. 571 00:40:50,876 --> 00:40:52,778 (KEYBOARD CLACKING) 572 00:40:55,415 --> 00:40:58,950 Sir. Sir. 573 00:40:58,952 --> 00:41:00,887 All cellular channels are blocked. 574 00:41:03,357 --> 00:41:05,992 I cannot reach Washington or Moscow. 575 00:41:07,494 --> 00:41:08,828 What's going on? 576 00:41:13,801 --> 00:41:17,803 Tell them to try frequency 2-2-8-2.5 MHz. 577 00:41:17,805 --> 00:41:20,042 - Ma'am? - 2-2-8-2.5 MHz. 578 00:41:21,777 --> 00:41:23,276 The NSA has a few satellite frequencies 579 00:41:23,278 --> 00:41:24,811 that we don't normally share. 580 00:41:24,813 --> 00:41:26,980 But we're all on the same team here, right? 581 00:41:26,982 --> 00:41:29,849 FISK: Yeah. Okay. 582 00:41:29,851 --> 00:41:31,220 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 583 00:41:33,755 --> 00:41:35,056 (SIGHS) 584 00:41:35,058 --> 00:41:36,558 FORBES: Got it! 585 00:41:43,299 --> 00:41:44,534 Those guys are good. 586 00:42:00,050 --> 00:42:01,218 (INDISTINCT SHOUTING) 587 00:42:05,689 --> 00:42:07,691 Who's that? Can you zoom in, please? 588 00:42:11,863 --> 00:42:13,965 - NORQUIST: We're losing them. - On the drone. 589 00:42:17,168 --> 00:42:19,669 That's Durov. 590 00:42:19,671 --> 00:42:21,506 Russian Minister of Defense. 591 00:42:23,875 --> 00:42:25,608 I see the presidential helicopter. 592 00:42:25,610 --> 00:42:27,177 I don't see Zakarin. 593 00:42:27,179 --> 00:42:28,280 NORQUIST: He's up here. 594 00:42:29,682 --> 00:42:30,750 Can we get a closer look? 595 00:42:37,056 --> 00:42:38,557 What are you up to? 596 00:42:40,327 --> 00:42:42,796 (SHIP HORN BLOWING) 597 00:42:57,078 --> 00:42:59,080 Why are they launching the destroyer? 598 00:43:03,217 --> 00:43:05,818 This is an outrage, Minister. 599 00:43:05,820 --> 00:43:08,022 I'm cut off from all my command structures in Moscow. 600 00:43:10,225 --> 00:43:12,926 I need a secure emergency line opened immediately! 601 00:43:12,928 --> 00:43:15,128 DUROV: Sir, we may be under threat 602 00:43:15,130 --> 00:43:17,230 from an imminent attack. 603 00:43:17,232 --> 00:43:18,932 I've sealed off the base 604 00:43:18,934 --> 00:43:21,101 and shut down all communications 605 00:43:21,103 --> 00:43:22,704 as a security precaution. 606 00:43:25,107 --> 00:43:26,875 That is not your decision to make. 607 00:43:31,014 --> 00:43:33,181 I must inform my ministers, my Parliament, 608 00:43:33,183 --> 00:43:35,316 and my Generals. 609 00:43:35,318 --> 00:43:39,854 I've spoken to them, and I told them 610 00:43:39,856 --> 00:43:43,693 that you are indisposed and in my care. 611 00:43:49,967 --> 00:43:51,335 That's enough of this. 612 00:43:53,405 --> 00:43:54,605 (SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 613 00:43:56,374 --> 00:43:58,141 (ZAKARIN GASPS) 614 00:43:58,143 --> 00:44:00,045 (BREATHING HEAVILY) 615 00:44:12,991 --> 00:44:15,292 - Dmitri? - From now on, 616 00:44:15,294 --> 00:44:17,461 all military orders will come from me. 617 00:44:17,463 --> 00:44:19,196 The military won't follow your orders. 618 00:44:19,198 --> 00:44:20,364 DUROV: They have no choice. 619 00:44:20,366 --> 00:44:22,133 As far as they're concerned, 620 00:44:22,135 --> 00:44:25,671 every order I give will have come from you. 621 00:44:26,373 --> 00:44:29,307 I'm your Minister of Defense, 622 00:44:29,309 --> 00:44:33,111 and I intend to defend our interests and our country 623 00:44:33,113 --> 00:44:35,413 from any threat, inside or out. 624 00:44:35,415 --> 00:44:39,184 Even those from a weak leader. 625 00:44:39,186 --> 00:44:40,187 Really? 626 00:44:44,191 --> 00:44:46,194 (SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 627 00:44:49,863 --> 00:44:52,100 - You'll be executed for this. - No, Nicolai. 628 00:44:53,501 --> 00:44:56,137 By the time anyone knows what's happened, 629 00:44:57,205 --> 00:44:59,872 the nation will be at war, 630 00:44:59,874 --> 00:45:02,309 and concerned only with victory. 631 00:45:02,311 --> 00:45:04,213 Everything else will be forgotten. 632 00:45:08,050 --> 00:45:10,753 (DUROV AND TRETIAK SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 633 00:45:21,998 --> 00:45:23,900 BEAMAN: Hey, buddy, you seeing this? 634 00:45:25,235 --> 00:45:26,770 Gimme some audio. 635 00:45:29,139 --> 00:45:32,042 (MAN SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 636 00:45:36,113 --> 00:45:37,315 Admiral. 637 00:45:39,450 --> 00:45:41,884 Are we getting sound? Can you turn that up? 638 00:45:41,886 --> 00:45:44,021 (DUROV SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 639 00:45:51,396 --> 00:45:52,996 Oh, my God. 640 00:45:52,998 --> 00:45:55,234 (MEN SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 641 00:45:58,370 --> 00:45:59,838 Shit. 642 00:46:04,277 --> 00:46:05,842 It's a coup. 643 00:46:05,844 --> 00:46:07,347 I need to brief the President. 644 00:46:12,952 --> 00:46:15,486 He's gonna recommend moving the fleet into position, isn't he? 645 00:46:15,488 --> 00:46:17,088 He's going to play the hand he's been dealt. 646 00:46:17,090 --> 00:46:18,425 You know what that means. 647 00:46:22,962 --> 00:46:24,864 How well do you know the men on the ground? 648 00:46:28,836 --> 00:46:30,337 (SHOOTING) 649 00:46:31,606 --> 00:46:33,841 (DUROV SPEAKING RUSSIAN ON VIDEO) 650 00:46:37,211 --> 00:46:39,878 What about reaching out to the Russian military directly? 651 00:46:39,880 --> 00:46:41,514 Whatever happened down there, Madam President, 652 00:46:41,516 --> 00:46:43,316 Durov has made us look like the aggressor. 653 00:46:43,318 --> 00:46:45,418 To his own people and the rest of the world. 654 00:46:45,420 --> 00:46:48,154 - Can we prove this is a coup? - The facts are simple. 655 00:46:48,156 --> 00:46:50,290 Durov is moving his fleet to a war footing. 656 00:46:50,292 --> 00:46:52,526 We let them gain a tactical advantage now, 657 00:46:52,528 --> 00:46:55,195 no one's ever going to remember who threw the first punch. 658 00:46:55,197 --> 00:46:57,998 I recommend that we deploy the carrier group, 659 00:46:58,000 --> 00:47:00,634 and raise our status to DEFCON 2. 660 00:47:00,636 --> 00:47:03,470 Excuse me, Admiral. I'm sorry. 661 00:47:03,472 --> 00:47:05,906 We may be playing right into Durov's hands. 662 00:47:05,908 --> 00:47:08,476 I think he wants our fleets to engage. 663 00:47:08,478 --> 00:47:12,012 What are you saying, he wants an all-out war? 664 00:47:12,014 --> 00:47:14,949 I'm saying that I think it's all choreographed. 665 00:47:14,951 --> 00:47:17,052 The Russian constitution stipulates 666 00:47:17,054 --> 00:47:18,320 that if a president is indisposed 667 00:47:18,322 --> 00:47:20,021 during a time of active hostilities, 668 00:47:20,023 --> 00:47:22,157 all authority falls to the Russian Minister. 669 00:47:22,159 --> 00:47:24,926 Anybody would start World War III just to grab power... 670 00:47:24,928 --> 00:47:26,362 That's my point. 671 00:47:26,364 --> 00:47:28,029 It's not a standoff with Russia. 672 00:47:28,031 --> 00:47:30,499 We're dealing with a single rogue minister. 673 00:47:30,501 --> 00:47:31,667 PRESIDENT DOVER: So this may be a coup 674 00:47:31,669 --> 00:47:33,903 without any deep support within the military. 675 00:47:33,905 --> 00:47:36,038 Can we go after Durov? Bunker-buster? 676 00:47:36,040 --> 00:47:37,473 That might kill Zakarin. 677 00:47:37,475 --> 00:47:40,142 Which I think is why Durov is keeping him alive. 678 00:47:40,144 --> 00:47:41,478 Miss Norquist, this sounds like 679 00:47:41,480 --> 00:47:43,380 excellent analysis for a history book, 680 00:47:43,382 --> 00:47:45,415 but we won't be the ones writing that book, 681 00:47:45,417 --> 00:47:47,384 unless we respond now! 682 00:47:47,386 --> 00:47:51,154 They attacked us and killed 110 Americans! 683 00:47:51,156 --> 00:47:53,524 They don't want an all-out war any more than we do. 684 00:47:53,526 --> 00:47:56,661 Madam President, when somebody makes a move on a chessboard, 685 00:47:56,663 --> 00:47:58,163 you respond! 686 00:48:02,535 --> 00:48:04,170 Maybe we don't have a choice. 687 00:48:08,241 --> 00:48:10,310 What if we could free President Zakarin? 688 00:48:11,545 --> 00:48:13,010 Madam President, we don't have... 689 00:48:13,012 --> 00:48:14,480 No. Let him speak. 690 00:48:14,482 --> 00:48:16,548 Thank you, Madam. 691 00:48:16,550 --> 00:48:19,585 We have a team outside the base at Polyarny 692 00:48:19,587 --> 00:48:21,520 and a submarine off the coast. 693 00:48:21,522 --> 00:48:24,223 The pieces are in place for a rescue and exfil. 694 00:48:24,225 --> 00:48:25,725 I know the men involved. 695 00:48:25,727 --> 00:48:28,193 If we can deliver Zakarin to Moscow, 696 00:48:28,195 --> 00:48:29,629 he could cut this off. 697 00:48:29,631 --> 00:48:32,332 We rescue the Russian President? 698 00:48:32,334 --> 00:48:35,135 We may not like Zakarin, but he's better than Durov. 699 00:48:35,137 --> 00:48:36,271 We'd be at war. 700 00:48:36,705 --> 00:48:38,039 (SIGHS) 701 00:48:42,444 --> 00:48:44,414 Admiral, take us to DEFCON 2. 702 00:48:46,582 --> 00:48:49,383 Move the carrier fleet into position. 703 00:48:49,385 --> 00:48:52,188 We need to be prepared to confront Durov. 704 00:48:54,123 --> 00:48:58,595 But I wanna do everything possible to avoid this. 705 00:49:00,329 --> 00:49:02,932 Your rescue attempt has my authorization, as well. 706 00:49:21,486 --> 00:49:22,987 (GLASS SIGHS) 707 00:49:24,122 --> 00:49:26,591 Men, we've been ordered to Polyarny base. 708 00:49:30,629 --> 00:49:34,096 The Murmansk Fjord? How far in are we going? 709 00:49:34,098 --> 00:49:35,365 Right up to her doorstep. 710 00:49:35,367 --> 00:49:37,336 It's heavily defended by destroyers. 711 00:49:39,405 --> 00:49:41,104 Half the Russian fleet's there. 712 00:49:41,106 --> 00:49:43,106 Top priority orders, XO. 713 00:49:43,108 --> 00:49:46,143 Admiral Durov is staging a coup. 714 00:49:46,145 --> 00:49:49,179 We're going in to get four of our boys 715 00:49:49,181 --> 00:49:50,550 and one Russian president. 716 00:49:55,355 --> 00:49:57,555 Nav, get me the latest charts and intel 717 00:49:57,557 --> 00:49:58,723 on those mine fields. 718 00:49:58,725 --> 00:50:00,191 Aye, Captain. 719 00:50:00,193 --> 00:50:01,493 Weps, have the torpedo 720 00:50:01,495 --> 00:50:03,161 and fire control systems double-checked. 721 00:50:03,163 --> 00:50:04,229 Torpedo and fire control systems double-checked. 722 00:50:04,231 --> 00:50:05,230 Make your depth 400 feet, Pilot. 723 00:50:05,232 --> 00:50:07,268 PILOT: Making depth 400 feet. Aye, Captain. 724 00:50:13,174 --> 00:50:14,673 Sir, that fjord is mined, 725 00:50:14,675 --> 00:50:17,078 it's covered in sensors and sonar fields. 726 00:50:18,547 --> 00:50:20,246 No matter how many precautions we take, 727 00:50:20,248 --> 00:50:22,128 it won't be enough to get us through undetected. 728 00:50:23,217 --> 00:50:24,319 You're right, XO. 729 00:50:25,554 --> 00:50:27,422 That's why we need a local navigator. 730 00:50:41,871 --> 00:50:43,304 (WHISPERS) Does he know where he is? 731 00:50:43,306 --> 00:50:45,708 He does. He just can't believe it. 732 00:50:46,643 --> 00:50:47,778 Okay, leave us. 733 00:50:51,481 --> 00:50:52,550 (SIGHS) 734 00:50:58,422 --> 00:50:59,790 I'm sorry about your men. 735 00:51:02,626 --> 00:51:03,795 (SIGHS) 736 00:51:05,730 --> 00:51:07,464 We've crossed paths before, you and I. 737 00:51:08,900 --> 00:51:10,400 I was on the Baton Rouge 738 00:51:10,402 --> 00:51:12,304 when we brushed past you off Greenland. 739 00:51:15,440 --> 00:51:17,642 I've read your file, Captain. I know you speak English. 740 00:51:18,276 --> 00:51:19,409 Fuck you. 741 00:51:19,411 --> 00:51:21,611 Okay. Very good, now we're talking. 742 00:51:21,613 --> 00:51:23,148 I have nothing to say. 743 00:51:24,750 --> 00:51:27,353 We did not fire on your submarine, Captain. 744 00:51:28,754 --> 00:51:30,222 No one did. 745 00:51:32,325 --> 00:51:33,492 You don't believe me? 746 00:51:34,861 --> 00:51:36,329 Here, look at this. 747 00:51:44,671 --> 00:51:45,772 (SIGHS) 748 00:51:47,341 --> 00:51:48,809 You blew up from the inside out. 749 00:51:49,610 --> 00:51:50,811 You were sabotaged. 750 00:51:57,452 --> 00:51:58,519 (SIGHS) 751 00:52:06,895 --> 00:52:08,463 Why do you show this to me? 752 00:52:12,601 --> 00:52:15,502 I do not cooperate with enemy. I am no traitor. 753 00:52:15,504 --> 00:52:19,673 No. I'm not saying you are a traitor. 754 00:52:19,675 --> 00:52:22,342 The traitor is the man who blew up your sub. 755 00:52:22,344 --> 00:52:24,378 The traitor's the man responsible for 756 00:52:24,380 --> 00:52:27,383 the deaths of all those young sailors: Admiral Durov. 757 00:52:30,319 --> 00:52:33,254 Durov is holding your president hostage at Polyarny, 758 00:52:33,256 --> 00:52:34,555 and we've been ordered to sail through 759 00:52:34,557 --> 00:52:36,192 the Murmansk Fjord to rescue him. 760 00:52:37,995 --> 00:52:40,829 I can't do that without your help. 761 00:52:40,831 --> 00:52:42,532 I trained the men at Polyarny. 762 00:52:44,001 --> 00:52:45,701 I will not help you to kill them. 763 00:52:45,703 --> 00:52:47,471 We're not trying to kill your men. 764 00:52:49,373 --> 00:52:51,774 We're only trying to rescue your president, (TAPS FILE) 765 00:52:51,776 --> 00:52:53,310 and maybe put a stop to this. 766 00:52:56,782 --> 00:52:58,549 You know, we're no different, you and I. 767 00:53:02,020 --> 00:53:05,257 We've been down here our whole careers. 768 00:53:06,558 --> 00:53:07,592 Toe-to-toe. 769 00:53:09,861 --> 00:53:11,496 We're not enemies, we're brothers. 770 00:53:15,567 --> 00:53:18,334 Who else understands what it is we go through? 771 00:53:18,336 --> 00:53:20,971 The isolation, the fear. 772 00:53:20,973 --> 00:53:23,541 Riding for months inside a bomb scraping 773 00:53:23,543 --> 00:53:24,811 at the bottom of the ocean. 774 00:53:27,413 --> 00:53:29,850 But it's what we are. It's what we do. 775 00:53:30,818 --> 00:53:33,552 So you know what it took for me 776 00:53:33,554 --> 00:53:35,687 to get you out of that sub. 777 00:53:35,689 --> 00:53:38,592 I risked my men, I risked my ship. 778 00:53:39,893 --> 00:53:41,462 Risked a court-martial. 779 00:53:43,430 --> 00:53:44,999 Because it was the right thing to do. 780 00:53:48,903 --> 00:53:50,004 (SIGHS) 781 00:53:55,910 --> 00:53:57,912 It's not about your side or my side. 782 00:54:00,582 --> 00:54:01,716 This is about our future. 783 00:54:07,556 --> 00:54:08,891 (DOOR CLOSES) 784 00:54:11,994 --> 00:54:13,362 (SIGHS) 785 00:54:15,464 --> 00:54:17,366 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 786 00:54:18,935 --> 00:54:22,369 Sir, we picked up an unauthorized transmission. 787 00:54:22,371 --> 00:54:24,472 2-2-8-2.5 MHz. 788 00:54:24,474 --> 00:54:25,909 It's going out from near the base. 789 00:54:28,112 --> 00:54:29,412 Find it. 790 00:54:31,681 --> 00:54:33,916 (SHIP HORN BLOWING) 791 00:54:33,918 --> 00:54:36,419 (SUSPENSEFUL MUSIC PLAYING) 792 00:54:51,970 --> 00:54:53,970 HALL: So, what's the situation, boss? 793 00:54:53,972 --> 00:54:55,438 BEAMAN: I just got orders from Washington. 794 00:54:55,440 --> 00:54:56,809 Incoming. Ten o'clock. 795 00:54:59,978 --> 00:55:02,548 - Shit. - We gotta go. 796 00:55:06,618 --> 00:55:08,420 (TRETIAK SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 797 00:55:13,927 --> 00:55:16,796 (MARTINELLI BREATHING HEAVILY) 798 00:55:21,969 --> 00:55:23,103 SOLDIER: What is this? 799 00:55:29,577 --> 00:55:30,778 (SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 800 00:55:34,648 --> 00:55:36,051 (ENGINE RUNNING) 801 00:55:37,718 --> 00:55:39,054 (SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 802 00:55:48,197 --> 00:55:50,465 (INDISTINCT TALKING) 803 00:56:01,744 --> 00:56:03,746 (RUSSIAN SOLDIERS SHOUTING) 804 00:56:17,094 --> 00:56:19,396 (CREAKING) 805 00:56:33,144 --> 00:56:34,646 (GROANS) 806 00:56:44,023 --> 00:56:45,024 (EXHALES SOFTLY) 807 00:56:49,828 --> 00:56:51,697 (SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 808 00:57:00,907 --> 00:57:02,008 (MARTINELLI GASPS) 809 00:57:03,576 --> 00:57:04,711 (SPEAKS RUSSIAN) 810 00:57:18,092 --> 00:57:20,826 - (MARTINELLI GROANING) - JOHNSTONE: Ugh. 811 00:57:20,828 --> 00:57:23,028 We got you. We got you, come on. 812 00:57:23,030 --> 00:57:24,997 (MARTINELLI GROANING) 813 00:57:24,999 --> 00:57:26,565 It missed the bone, 814 00:57:26,567 --> 00:57:28,903 but he's not running a marathon anytime soon. 815 00:57:29,737 --> 00:57:31,838 Okay, listen up. 816 00:57:31,840 --> 00:57:34,140 I've got some good news and bad news. 817 00:57:34,142 --> 00:57:37,210 On the plus side, we don't have to hike to Norway. 818 00:57:37,212 --> 00:57:39,646 United States Navy is sending us our very own 819 00:57:39,648 --> 00:57:41,282 nuclear submarine to give us a ride out. 820 00:57:41,284 --> 00:57:44,886 - A US sub? Up here? - Yup. There's a catch. 821 00:57:46,155 --> 00:57:47,855 We gotta grab the Russian President 822 00:57:47,857 --> 00:57:49,025 and take him with us. 823 00:57:50,159 --> 00:57:51,926 Shit. 824 00:57:51,928 --> 00:57:55,863 Zakarin? Thought we hated that guy. 825 00:57:55,865 --> 00:57:58,032 Yeah, well, I guess things changed. 826 00:57:58,034 --> 00:57:59,334 (EXHALES) 827 00:57:59,336 --> 00:58:01,071 Look, I know it's a big ask, 828 00:58:03,040 --> 00:58:05,275 but I get the feeling that if we don't pull this off, 829 00:58:06,343 --> 00:58:08,744 things could get ugly. 830 00:58:08,746 --> 00:58:11,646 - Like real ugly. - Yeah, fuck it. 831 00:58:11,648 --> 00:58:13,782 I'd rather go kick some ass than sit up here 832 00:58:13,784 --> 00:58:15,186 freezing my nuts off, anyway. 833 00:58:18,356 --> 00:58:19,858 What about Marty? 834 00:58:23,228 --> 00:58:24,963 BEAMAN: I got other plans for you. 835 00:58:25,663 --> 00:58:27,163 (SIGHS) 836 00:58:27,165 --> 00:58:28,798 (KNOCK ON DOOR) 837 00:58:28,800 --> 00:58:31,368 Captain, we're holding outside the fjord, 838 00:58:31,370 --> 00:58:32,737 awaiting your orders. 839 00:58:33,239 --> 00:58:34,306 Very well. 840 00:58:36,641 --> 00:58:38,077 Execute final preps, XO. 841 00:58:38,377 --> 00:58:39,645 Aye, sir. 842 00:58:45,985 --> 00:58:47,120 How's the crew? 843 00:58:48,121 --> 00:58:50,388 They wouldn't say it, sir, 844 00:58:50,390 --> 00:58:52,159 but I've been with these men a long time. 845 00:58:52,826 --> 00:58:54,092 They're terrified. 846 00:58:54,094 --> 00:58:55,660 Mmm. 847 00:58:55,662 --> 00:58:56,897 And what about you? 848 00:58:58,999 --> 00:59:00,767 Twenty-two years I've been at this. 849 00:59:02,002 --> 00:59:03,304 I've never been shot at. 850 00:59:04,305 --> 00:59:05,872 I can't say I liked it. 851 00:59:09,143 --> 00:59:11,579 Me neither. Just between us. 852 00:59:13,147 --> 00:59:15,214 All due respect, sir. 853 00:59:15,216 --> 00:59:18,719 You just keep lit, let us do the worrying. 854 00:59:22,157 --> 00:59:25,761 Okay. Let's go get the crew ready. 855 00:59:29,398 --> 00:59:31,100 DECK OFFICER: Captain in control. 856 00:59:42,078 --> 00:59:44,812 Warship Arkansas, this is your captain. 857 00:59:44,814 --> 00:59:46,881 We're going into the Murmansk Fjord. 858 00:59:46,883 --> 00:59:48,950 Go over the boat's power plant 859 00:59:48,952 --> 00:59:51,253 and the ship's noise signature. 860 00:59:51,255 --> 00:59:53,857 I want this baby so quiet, fish'll bump into her. 861 00:59:56,994 --> 00:59:59,163 - Ooh-rah, Arkansas. - CREW: Ooh-rah! 862 01:00:02,099 --> 01:00:05,736 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 863 01:00:06,704 --> 01:00:08,772 XO, take her in nice and slow. 864 01:00:11,775 --> 01:00:14,944 Pilot, steady course 1-7-0. 865 01:00:14,946 --> 01:00:16,279 All ahead two-thirds. 866 01:00:16,281 --> 01:00:18,281 PILOT: Course 1-7-0... 867 01:00:18,283 --> 01:00:22,419 Sonar, ears open for sound sensors. 868 01:00:22,421 --> 01:00:25,324 Yes, sir. All ahead two-thirds. 869 01:00:34,901 --> 01:00:37,236 (SONAR PINGING) 870 01:00:43,210 --> 01:00:45,076 Steer course 1-4-6. 871 01:00:45,078 --> 01:00:46,413 PILOT: 1-4-6. 872 01:00:47,080 --> 01:00:48,282 1-4-4. 873 01:00:51,118 --> 01:00:52,453 - Captain. - Mark your depth... 874 01:00:54,489 --> 01:00:56,988 - All stop. - COB: Halt all engines. 875 01:00:56,990 --> 01:00:59,160 - CREWMAN: All engines off. - (ENGINE POWERING DOWN) 876 01:01:03,431 --> 01:01:07,333 GLASS: Men, this is Captain Andropov 877 01:01:07,335 --> 01:01:10,805 of the RFS Konek. He's our guest. 878 01:01:15,244 --> 01:01:16,245 XO, 879 01:01:17,947 --> 01:01:19,048 set him up. 880 01:01:20,950 --> 01:01:22,151 (SIGHS) 881 01:01:26,789 --> 01:01:28,323 What's the matter? 882 01:01:28,325 --> 01:01:30,293 You never seen a Russian captain before? 883 01:01:32,329 --> 01:01:35,997 - Eyes on your stations. - Sir. 884 01:01:35,999 --> 01:01:39,267 - These systems are classified. - I know. 885 01:01:39,269 --> 01:01:41,236 (PARK AND ANDROPOV SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 886 01:01:41,238 --> 01:01:42,340 You speak Russian, Park? 887 01:01:43,341 --> 01:01:45,107 Ask him if he knows the captain 888 01:01:45,109 --> 01:01:47,176 that shot down Tampa Bay. 889 01:01:47,178 --> 01:01:50,079 He trained him to do his job, Reed. Now, you do yours. 890 01:01:50,081 --> 01:01:52,181 This is the most reckless thing I've ever seen. 891 01:01:52,183 --> 01:01:53,916 Captain, recommend we confine 892 01:01:53,918 --> 01:01:55,951 the Russian captain until we return to Faslane. 893 01:01:55,953 --> 01:01:58,120 Let me clue you all in on something. 894 01:01:58,122 --> 01:01:59,888 We've been ordered to cross waters 895 01:01:59,890 --> 01:02:02,394 that no American sub has ever crossed before. 896 01:02:04,363 --> 01:02:06,196 When you look at him, 897 01:02:06,198 --> 01:02:07,998 you shouldn't see anything other than 898 01:02:08,000 --> 01:02:09,468 a sailor in his own backyard. 899 01:02:12,605 --> 01:02:14,039 Now, we saved his life. 900 01:02:16,209 --> 01:02:18,142 I figure the odds are at least even 901 01:02:18,144 --> 01:02:19,845 that he's going to save ours, too. 902 01:02:21,180 --> 01:02:23,914 - Captain... - This is absurd! 903 01:02:23,916 --> 01:02:26,250 The arrogance of this, for you to bring him in here! 904 01:02:26,252 --> 01:02:27,619 You will be court-martialed! 905 01:02:27,621 --> 01:02:29,354 Then it's my job to keep you alive 906 01:02:29,356 --> 01:02:31,124 long enough, so you can testify. 907 01:02:35,396 --> 01:02:36,530 Captain. 908 01:02:53,081 --> 01:02:55,850 Pilot, all ahead one-third. 909 01:02:57,252 --> 01:02:59,319 Steer course 1-6-0. 910 01:02:59,321 --> 01:03:01,488 PILOT: Aye, sir. All ahead one-third. 911 01:03:01,490 --> 01:03:03,892 (ENGINE POWERING UP) 912 01:03:19,609 --> 01:03:21,409 There's a cliff just off the port bow, Captain, 913 01:03:21,411 --> 01:03:23,611 bearing 1-1-0 at 400 yards. 914 01:03:23,613 --> 01:03:26,281 Nav, stay as close as you can 915 01:03:26,283 --> 01:03:28,049 to the rocks without scraping the paint. 916 01:03:28,051 --> 01:03:29,152 Aye, Captain. 917 01:03:31,288 --> 01:03:34,625 - Pilot, steer course 1-5-2. - PILOT: Steer course 1-5-2. 918 01:04:02,955 --> 01:04:04,624 XO, take us along the ocean floor. 919 01:04:06,091 --> 01:04:07,594 Set your altitude to 20 feet. 920 01:04:09,429 --> 01:04:10,563 Yes, Captain. 921 01:04:13,500 --> 01:04:16,169 XO: Pilot, 15 degrees down bubble. 922 01:04:39,994 --> 01:04:40,995 ANDROPOV: Here. 923 01:04:43,665 --> 01:04:48,034 - Sound sensors. - Silence, men. Not a breath. 924 01:04:48,036 --> 01:04:51,440 All stations calm. Set condition ultra quiet. 925 01:05:28,212 --> 01:05:31,982 (RATTLING) 926 01:05:42,628 --> 01:05:44,193 (SQUEAKS) 927 01:05:44,195 --> 01:05:46,765 (RATTLING CONTINUES) 928 01:05:47,500 --> 01:05:49,268 (RATTLING STOPS) 929 01:05:57,711 --> 01:05:59,278 (ALL SIGH IN RELIEF) 930 01:06:14,361 --> 01:06:15,696 Minnoe pole, here. 931 01:06:17,798 --> 01:06:19,500 Acoustic-detonating mines. 932 01:06:21,202 --> 01:06:23,037 How are we supposed to get past those? 933 01:06:23,839 --> 01:06:25,306 There's another way. 934 01:06:28,309 --> 01:06:29,309 Here. 935 01:06:31,312 --> 01:06:32,846 He's leading us into a dead end, Captain. 936 01:06:32,848 --> 01:06:34,148 Look at the chart. 937 01:06:36,184 --> 01:06:37,519 Your chart is wrong. 938 01:06:40,656 --> 01:06:41,824 There's passage. 939 01:06:47,597 --> 01:06:49,131 Where is this passage? 940 01:07:01,679 --> 01:07:03,380 Sleva, left. 941 01:07:05,783 --> 01:07:08,352 0-7-0. 942 01:07:10,854 --> 01:07:12,220 Now. 943 01:07:12,222 --> 01:07:15,326 - Left full rudder, 0-7-0. - PILOT: 0-7-0. 944 01:07:32,878 --> 01:07:34,547 (METAL CLANKING) 945 01:07:39,185 --> 01:07:40,820 (CREAKING) 946 01:07:49,261 --> 01:07:50,929 There's no sign of passage, Captain. 947 01:07:50,931 --> 01:07:52,731 There's no way through. 948 01:07:52,733 --> 01:07:54,599 We're going to run straight into a wall. 949 01:07:54,601 --> 01:07:56,401 Captain, we have to reverse engines. 950 01:07:56,403 --> 01:07:58,739 XO, if you can't take it, confine yourself. 951 01:08:14,756 --> 01:08:15,891 Hang on. 952 01:08:16,825 --> 01:08:18,894 (PINGING) 953 01:08:20,863 --> 01:08:22,363 There it is. There's an opening. 954 01:08:53,396 --> 01:08:54,797 Through the choke point. 955 01:08:54,799 --> 01:08:56,567 - Open seas ahead. - (ALL SIGH) 956 01:08:56,901 --> 01:08:58,000 (SIGHS) 957 01:08:58,002 --> 01:08:59,870 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 958 01:09:17,355 --> 01:09:19,591 XO, what's better, 959 01:09:20,659 --> 01:09:23,328 to be right or to be alive? 960 01:09:24,831 --> 01:09:26,966 Aye, sir. Ready for orders. 961 01:09:29,001 --> 01:09:30,603 XO has the Conn. 962 01:09:47,755 --> 01:09:51,690 Okay, boys. We go in, snatch the Russian President, 963 01:09:51,692 --> 01:09:52,892 take a quick refreshing swim, 964 01:09:52,894 --> 01:09:56,561 and then rendezvous with a U.S. sub. Nothing to it. 965 01:09:56,563 --> 01:09:59,331 - Sounds like a walk in the park, boss. - Yeah. 966 01:09:59,333 --> 01:10:00,869 What are we gonna do about Martinelli? 967 01:10:02,871 --> 01:10:04,773 When we're done, If I'm still alive, 968 01:10:05,807 --> 01:10:06,908 I'll come back for him. 969 01:10:10,645 --> 01:10:12,681 We're dropping into a goddamn coup, aren't we? 970 01:10:16,619 --> 01:10:18,652 Don't ask me. 971 01:10:18,654 --> 01:10:20,456 I don't know shit about politics. 972 01:10:21,924 --> 01:10:23,590 Let's go swimming. 973 01:10:23,592 --> 01:10:25,761 (BREATHING) 974 01:11:50,819 --> 01:11:52,485 Whoa, whoa, whoa. 975 01:11:52,487 --> 01:11:54,623 Take it easy, buddy. Take it easy. 976 01:11:55,857 --> 01:12:00,460 (BREATHING HEAVILY) 977 01:12:00,462 --> 01:12:02,930 - Who are you? - Search and Rescue. 978 01:12:02,932 --> 01:12:05,634 Off the grid. Three ghosts. 979 01:12:08,537 --> 01:12:11,107 - OLEG: Why are you here? - You know more than we do. 980 01:12:13,709 --> 01:12:15,876 We got a ride out of trouble for your president, 981 01:12:15,878 --> 01:12:17,014 if we can get to him. 982 01:12:18,849 --> 01:12:20,916 In a few hours' time, 983 01:12:20,918 --> 01:12:22,951 both our navies are going to go head-to-head, 984 01:12:22,953 --> 01:12:24,087 and it's gonna get ugly. 985 01:12:26,256 --> 01:12:28,525 We're just two assholes out in the cold. 986 01:12:29,860 --> 01:12:31,893 This is all riding on us. 987 01:12:31,895 --> 01:12:34,564 (SUSPENSEFUL BEATS) 988 01:12:37,035 --> 01:12:39,068 I can get you to him. 989 01:12:39,070 --> 01:12:40,805 (OLEG COUGHING) 990 01:12:44,742 --> 01:12:45,877 Fix him up. 991 01:12:48,980 --> 01:12:52,818 (HELICOPTER PASSING) 992 01:12:55,154 --> 01:12:56,989 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 993 01:13:06,598 --> 01:13:07,865 (BOTH GRUNTING) 994 01:13:07,867 --> 01:13:08,935 (STABBING) 995 01:13:16,076 --> 01:13:18,611 Minister, the fleet awaits your orders, sir. 996 01:13:43,071 --> 01:13:44,840 (PANTING) 997 01:14:02,992 --> 01:14:04,060 (WHISPERS) There. 998 01:14:20,310 --> 01:14:22,046 (KNOCK ON DOOR) 999 01:14:26,650 --> 01:14:27,970 BEAMAN: (SOFTLY) Fire in the hole. 1000 01:14:30,188 --> 01:14:31,189 (INDISTINCT SHOUTING) 1001 01:14:32,223 --> 01:14:33,591 (YELLING IN RUSSIAN) 1002 01:14:36,661 --> 01:14:37,695 Get him up! 1003 01:14:38,797 --> 01:14:40,899 (OLEG SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 1004 01:14:47,039 --> 01:14:48,639 BEAMAN: Gimme your hands, sir. 1005 01:14:48,641 --> 01:14:50,709 - (CONTINUES IN RUSSIAN) - Gimme your hands. 1006 01:14:56,982 --> 01:14:58,916 - Hold steady! - He's an American? 1007 01:14:58,918 --> 01:15:00,085 He's here to free us. 1008 01:15:00,087 --> 01:15:02,355 Yeah, I don't like it either, sir. Come on, let's go! 1009 01:15:06,426 --> 01:15:07,692 (GROANING) 1010 01:15:07,694 --> 01:15:08,695 Man down! 1011 01:15:10,197 --> 01:15:11,365 Man down! 1012 01:15:11,932 --> 01:15:13,067 Cover me! 1013 01:15:16,170 --> 01:15:18,072 (GRUNTING) 1014 01:15:20,708 --> 01:15:21,976 (SHOUTING IN RUSSIAN) 1015 01:15:25,046 --> 01:15:27,380 - Clear! - BEAMAN: Follow me! 1016 01:15:27,382 --> 01:15:29,784 - Come on! Come on! Follow me! - Oleg! 1017 01:15:31,086 --> 01:15:32,419 (SPEAKS RUSSIAN) 1018 01:15:32,421 --> 01:15:34,689 - Come on! - Go! Go! 1019 01:15:36,758 --> 01:15:38,794 - BEAMAN: Wait there, sir. - JOHNSTONE: Hall! 1020 01:15:44,800 --> 01:15:46,970 (ALL SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 1021 01:15:51,307 --> 01:15:52,807 (TIRES SCREECH) 1022 01:15:52,809 --> 01:15:55,245 (ALL SHOUTING IN RUSSIAN) 1023 01:15:59,916 --> 01:16:01,285 On the ledge, sir. On the ledge. 1024 01:16:03,887 --> 01:16:06,090 (TRETIAK SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 1025 01:16:18,136 --> 01:16:19,437 Go, sir! Go! 1026 01:16:28,280 --> 01:16:29,714 (GROANING) 1027 01:16:39,091 --> 01:16:41,260 Give me weapon, soldier. Shit. 1028 01:16:42,828 --> 01:16:43,896 We gotta move. 1029 01:16:46,933 --> 01:16:47,967 OLEG: Fuck you. 1030 01:16:52,906 --> 01:16:54,074 (GROANS) 1031 01:16:55,075 --> 01:16:56,777 BEAMAN: Jesus Christ! Johnstone! 1032 01:17:01,382 --> 01:17:02,383 Ahh! 1033 01:17:03,984 --> 01:17:05,153 BEAMAN: Go! Go! Go! 1034 01:17:06,387 --> 01:17:07,854 Move! 1035 01:17:13,194 --> 01:17:14,260 (TRETIAK SPEAKS RUSSIAN) 1036 01:17:14,262 --> 01:17:16,295 Come on! No! 1037 01:17:16,297 --> 01:17:19,834 God damn it, Hall! Hall! Come on! 1038 01:17:23,172 --> 01:17:25,840 Billy, we lost him. 1039 01:17:30,279 --> 01:17:32,246 - (ALARM BLARING) - God damn it. 1040 01:17:32,248 --> 01:17:33,349 They're coming. 1041 01:17:34,183 --> 01:17:35,452 We gotta swim. Come on! 1042 01:17:45,895 --> 01:17:48,096 (SIGHS) The orders are for four Americans 1043 01:17:48,098 --> 01:17:50,466 and one Russian civilian. 1044 01:17:50,468 --> 01:17:53,003 There aren't too many training simulations for this one. 1045 01:17:53,903 --> 01:17:56,307 - Roger that. - All right. Go. 1046 01:18:04,616 --> 01:18:06,416 - (BEEPS) - JIMENEZ: All systems checked. 1047 01:18:06,418 --> 01:18:08,017 Ready to disconnect. 1048 01:18:08,019 --> 01:18:10,186 OFFICER ON RADIO: Mystic, Conn. Ship is all yours. 1049 01:18:10,188 --> 01:18:11,523 (BEEPING) 1050 01:18:12,491 --> 01:18:14,293 (ENGINE REVS) 1051 01:18:15,494 --> 01:18:18,561 - (SPLASH) - Move! Move! Come on, move! 1052 01:18:18,563 --> 01:18:20,631 Come on! Go! Go! Go! 1053 01:18:20,633 --> 01:18:22,265 (SHOUTING IN RUSSIAN) 1054 01:18:22,267 --> 01:18:23,336 (GUNFIRE) 1055 01:18:25,471 --> 01:18:28,139 BEAMAN: Come on! Go! 1056 01:18:28,141 --> 01:18:30,009 (SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 1057 01:18:30,977 --> 01:18:32,545 (TIRES SCREECH) 1058 01:18:44,291 --> 01:18:45,592 BEAMAN: Come on, let's go! 1059 01:18:46,126 --> 01:18:47,227 Come on! 1060 01:18:48,128 --> 01:18:49,930 (SHOUTING IN RUSSIAN) 1061 01:18:50,197 --> 01:18:51,365 Dive! 1062 01:18:53,300 --> 01:18:54,402 (ALL GROAN) 1063 01:18:55,269 --> 01:18:56,271 BEAMAN: Stay down! 1064 01:18:57,971 --> 01:18:59,605 Stay down! 1065 01:18:59,607 --> 01:19:03,311 - Stay down! - He's hit! He's hit! 1066 01:19:09,951 --> 01:19:11,119 (EXPLOSIONS) 1067 01:19:16,692 --> 01:19:17,892 (GUNSHOT) 1068 01:19:31,541 --> 01:19:32,542 Come on, let's go! 1069 01:19:34,711 --> 01:19:36,346 (RUSSIAN SOLDIERS SHOUTING) 1070 01:19:38,181 --> 01:19:39,282 (RUSSIAN SOLDIER SCREAMS) 1071 01:19:44,087 --> 01:19:45,088 (SCREAMS) 1072 01:19:46,056 --> 01:19:47,525 Go! Go! 1073 01:19:56,033 --> 01:19:57,301 (SHOUTING IN RUSSIAN) 1074 01:20:04,543 --> 01:20:06,512 BEAMAN: Keep moving, sir! Come on! 1075 01:20:09,716 --> 01:20:12,149 - Come on, let's go! Go! - (GROANS) 1076 01:20:12,151 --> 01:20:13,185 Come on! 1077 01:20:23,696 --> 01:20:25,331 BEAMAN: Keep moving, Mr. President. 1078 01:20:27,200 --> 01:20:28,767 (ALL GRUNTING) 1079 01:20:28,769 --> 01:20:31,104 - Come on! - Come on. 1080 01:20:35,709 --> 01:20:38,577 - Come on! - Where the hell is she? 1081 01:20:38,579 --> 01:20:41,282 (SUSPENSEFUL MUSIC PLAYING) 1082 01:20:46,755 --> 01:20:48,755 There she is! 1083 01:20:48,757 --> 01:20:50,592 - Okay, Mr. President... - (TRUCK APPROACHING) 1084 01:20:51,593 --> 01:20:52,759 Come on! 1085 01:20:52,761 --> 01:20:55,228 (SHOUTING IN RUSSIAN) 1086 01:20:55,230 --> 01:20:56,398 (ZAKARIN GROANS) 1087 01:20:59,267 --> 01:21:00,302 (COCKS GUN) 1088 01:21:02,404 --> 01:21:04,105 BEAMAN: Down. Here we go. 1089 01:21:06,409 --> 01:21:07,410 (GRUNTS) 1090 01:21:13,282 --> 01:21:15,618 Come on, Johnstone! Dive! 1091 01:21:17,487 --> 01:21:19,121 Take a deep breath, sir. 1092 01:21:33,303 --> 01:21:34,404 (TIRES SCREECH) 1093 01:21:36,608 --> 01:21:38,243 (SHOUTING IN RUSSIAN) 1094 01:21:46,084 --> 01:21:47,418 (BULLETS CLANGING) 1095 01:22:09,709 --> 01:22:10,808 Too long. They're taking too long. 1096 01:22:10,810 --> 01:22:12,770 He's not fucking coming, bro. He's not gonna come. 1097 01:22:17,384 --> 01:22:18,449 JIMENEZ: Shit! 1098 01:22:18,451 --> 01:22:20,251 BEAMAN: Grab him by the arms! 1099 01:22:20,253 --> 01:22:21,720 (OVERLAPPING CHATTER) 1100 01:22:21,722 --> 01:22:23,421 Come on, pull him up! 1101 01:22:23,423 --> 01:22:25,058 Come on, get him out! 1102 01:22:25,526 --> 01:22:27,060 (PANTING) 1103 01:22:28,329 --> 01:22:29,697 Hey. Hey, where are the others? 1104 01:22:33,200 --> 01:22:34,640 Seal the hatch! We gotta go, come on! 1105 01:22:37,573 --> 01:22:38,840 You seal it. 1106 01:22:45,581 --> 01:22:46,715 (SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 1107 01:22:51,687 --> 01:22:53,353 (ENGINE STARTING) 1108 01:22:53,355 --> 01:22:55,390 (ENGINE REVS) 1109 01:22:59,896 --> 01:23:01,764 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 1110 01:23:08,939 --> 01:23:10,504 TRETIAK ON RADIO: Minister Durov, 1111 01:23:10,506 --> 01:23:12,306 the Americans escaped. 1112 01:23:12,308 --> 01:23:14,943 - And the President? - Americans took him. 1113 01:23:14,945 --> 01:23:17,815 If he's alive, he's in their sub. 1114 01:23:24,321 --> 01:23:26,188 Seal the fjord! 1115 01:23:26,190 --> 01:23:28,660 Sink the American submarine before she escapes! 1116 01:23:30,227 --> 01:23:32,362 Captain, I'm picking up a faint 300 MHz tonal. 1117 01:23:32,364 --> 01:23:33,563 Heavy screw beat. 1118 01:23:33,565 --> 01:23:34,797 Is it domestic? 1119 01:23:34,799 --> 01:23:36,299 BELFORD: No, sir. Sounds like an auxiliary. 1120 01:23:36,301 --> 01:23:37,369 It's on the surface. 1121 01:23:38,236 --> 01:23:40,238 (PROPELLER WHIRRING) 1122 01:23:43,241 --> 01:23:44,510 That's a warship. 1123 01:24:01,662 --> 01:24:05,864 That's Yevchenko, a destroyer. 1124 01:24:05,866 --> 01:24:09,334 I trained the men myself. They will not miss. 1125 01:24:09,336 --> 01:24:11,469 (WHIRRING) 1126 01:24:11,471 --> 01:24:12,838 NICHOLS: Pressure's building rapidly. 1127 01:24:12,840 --> 01:24:13,939 (METAL CREAKING) 1128 01:24:13,941 --> 01:24:15,475 (WATER HISSING) 1129 01:24:16,844 --> 01:24:19,212 The deeper we go, the more leaks we get. 1130 01:24:20,548 --> 01:24:22,648 I got the beacon! Real weak. 1131 01:24:22,650 --> 01:24:25,618 Set bearing 0-3-1 to intercept with Arkansas. 1132 01:24:25,620 --> 01:24:28,689 Mama, this is baby. Hold on to your signal. 1133 01:24:28,691 --> 01:24:32,291 Depth 1-7-0. Coming around now. 1134 01:24:32,293 --> 01:24:33,629 (INDISTINCT RADIO CHATTER) 1135 01:24:36,899 --> 01:24:38,498 (SONAR BEEPING) 1136 01:24:38,500 --> 01:24:40,701 Captain, Harbor Control reports 1137 01:24:40,703 --> 01:24:41,868 a contact at the magnetic sensors. 1138 01:24:41,870 --> 01:24:44,304 That's her! Launch rocket mortars 1139 01:24:44,306 --> 01:24:45,642 on the designated bearing! 1140 01:24:56,653 --> 01:24:59,387 JIMENEZ: It won't take much more. We're almost home. 1141 01:24:59,389 --> 01:25:00,956 OFFICER ON RADIO: Mystic, Conn. We have visual contact. 1142 01:25:00,958 --> 01:25:02,927 Oh, that is a pretty sight. 1143 01:25:07,898 --> 01:25:09,298 - Mystic, Conn. - Shit! 1144 01:25:09,300 --> 01:25:10,499 Mating hatch is ready for launch. 1145 01:25:10,501 --> 01:25:11,802 JIMENEZ: Come on! 1146 01:25:21,713 --> 01:25:22,812 Baby, touchdown! 1147 01:25:22,814 --> 01:25:25,315 Engaging latch! Drain the hatch now! 1148 01:25:25,317 --> 01:25:27,350 (BOTH GRUNTING) 1149 01:25:27,352 --> 01:25:31,321 Go! Hurry up! Move! Get the hell out of here! Go! 1150 01:25:31,323 --> 01:25:32,657 (GROANING) 1151 01:25:38,664 --> 01:25:40,397 Rocket mortar splashes close range! 1152 01:25:40,399 --> 01:25:41,699 Sound the collision alarm! Lock it down! 1153 01:25:41,701 --> 01:25:42,800 - (ALARM BLARING) - All ahead flank! 1154 01:25:42,802 --> 01:25:44,002 All ahead flank. Aye, Captain. 1155 01:25:46,606 --> 01:25:48,539 Let's go! Keep going! Keep going! Keep going! 1156 01:25:48,541 --> 01:25:50,441 - (GROANING) - Prep room for triage. 1157 01:25:50,443 --> 01:25:52,577 Patient has gunshot wounds. 1158 01:25:52,579 --> 01:25:53,478 Ten seconds since splashes! 1159 01:25:53,480 --> 01:25:55,013 Captain, the Mystic not secure. 1160 01:25:55,015 --> 01:25:56,047 We're gonna rip her right off. 1161 01:25:56,049 --> 01:25:58,016 Fire the explosive bolts! Jettison that thing now! 1162 01:25:58,018 --> 01:25:59,684 Jettisoning the Mystic. Aye, Captain. 1163 01:25:59,686 --> 01:26:01,555 BELFORD: Fifteen seconds since mortar splashes! 1164 01:26:04,025 --> 01:26:05,425 Hatch secure! 1165 01:26:07,561 --> 01:26:09,361 Twenty seconds since mortar splash! 1166 01:26:09,363 --> 01:26:10,663 Rig for impact! 1167 01:26:10,665 --> 01:26:11,933 Rig ship for impact! 1168 01:26:16,471 --> 01:26:18,807 - (THUDDING) - (METAL GROANING) 1169 01:26:21,944 --> 01:26:23,646 (ALL GRUNTING) 1170 01:26:24,814 --> 01:26:26,413 (ALL CLAMORING) 1171 01:26:26,415 --> 01:26:27,948 Pilot, steady the boat! 1172 01:26:27,950 --> 01:26:30,886 (ALARM BLARING) 1173 01:26:32,588 --> 01:26:33,923 (ALL GRUNTING) 1174 01:26:39,029 --> 01:26:40,529 (GRUNTING) 1175 01:26:48,072 --> 01:26:49,573 (ALL GROANING) 1176 01:26:52,609 --> 01:26:55,144 Left full rudder! Steady course 0-1-0. 1177 01:26:55,146 --> 01:26:57,782 PILOT: Left full rudder! Aye, Captain! Heading 0-1-0! 1178 01:27:00,852 --> 01:27:02,386 (ALL GRUNTING) 1179 01:27:05,656 --> 01:27:06,858 (AIR HISSING) 1180 01:27:07,926 --> 01:27:09,027 (CREWMAN SCREAMS) 1181 01:27:11,096 --> 01:27:12,631 (ALL GRUNTING) 1182 01:27:16,935 --> 01:27:17,970 We got a leak! 1183 01:27:19,571 --> 01:27:22,073 Get on it right now! 1184 01:27:22,075 --> 01:27:23,508 (INDISTINCT SHOUTING) 1185 01:27:24,143 --> 01:27:25,510 (ALARM CONTINUES BLARING) 1186 01:27:29,616 --> 01:27:30,950 (PANTING) 1187 01:27:32,118 --> 01:27:34,919 Park, you okay? Come on, buddy, get up. 1188 01:27:34,921 --> 01:27:36,754 Get up. You're fine. 1189 01:27:36,756 --> 01:27:37,889 Belford, where the hell's that destroyer? 1190 01:27:37,891 --> 01:27:39,024 I can't find her, sir. 1191 01:27:39,026 --> 01:27:40,025 It'll be a minute for the blast circle to die down. 1192 01:27:40,027 --> 01:27:42,127 If we can't hear her, sir, she can't hear us. 1193 01:27:42,129 --> 01:27:44,229 All right, well, then let's see if we can slip out of here. 1194 01:27:44,231 --> 01:27:46,098 Pilot, all ahead one-third, minimum amps. 1195 01:27:46,100 --> 01:27:47,866 - Cob, damage report. - (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 1196 01:27:47,868 --> 01:27:49,534 Fire in the main switchboard. 1197 01:27:49,536 --> 01:27:52,006 Flooding in the torpedo room. We're taking on water. 1198 01:27:59,781 --> 01:28:02,782 Captain? Picking up contact. 1199 01:28:02,784 --> 01:28:05,785 Bearing 2-2-1. They're shallow. 1200 01:28:05,787 --> 01:28:08,688 All ahead flank! I want that sub on the floor! 1201 01:28:08,690 --> 01:28:10,558 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 1202 01:28:12,094 --> 01:28:13,963 (SONAR PINGING) 1203 01:28:21,170 --> 01:28:22,471 Here they come. 1204 01:28:24,807 --> 01:28:26,742 Get ready to dive fast and hard. 1205 01:28:33,884 --> 01:28:36,084 They're firing! Torpedoes in the water! 1206 01:28:36,086 --> 01:28:39,087 Launch evasion devices! Dive! 60 degree down bubble! 1207 01:28:39,089 --> 01:28:40,857 60 degree down bubble. Aye, sir. 1208 01:28:45,296 --> 01:28:47,629 Bottom depth 7-9-5! 1209 01:28:47,631 --> 01:28:49,565 Bottom depth 7-9-5! Thank you, Captain. 1210 01:28:49,567 --> 01:28:50,768 Contact on destroyer! 1211 01:28:52,203 --> 01:28:55,538 Yevchenko bearing 0-2-1! They're closing fast. 1212 01:28:55,540 --> 01:28:56,872 Firing port procedures. 1213 01:28:56,874 --> 01:29:00,210 Prepare to fire tube 1 on bearing 0-2-1. 1214 01:29:00,212 --> 01:29:01,644 Prepare to fire. Aye, Captain. 1215 01:29:01,646 --> 01:29:02,813 CREWMAN 1: Bearing 0-2-1. 1216 01:29:02,815 --> 01:29:04,580 - Ship ready! - Solution ready! 1217 01:29:04,582 --> 01:29:06,016 Weapon ready! 1218 01:29:06,018 --> 01:29:07,553 (ALARM BLARING) 1219 01:29:10,155 --> 01:29:12,858 - Hold your fire. - CREWMAN 1: Holding fire, aye. 1220 01:29:17,964 --> 01:29:20,832 There's still one coming, bearing 3-5-5 and closing! 1221 01:29:20,834 --> 01:29:21,899 CREWMAN 2: We're gonna hit the bottom! 1222 01:29:21,901 --> 01:29:23,701 Port main engine overheating! 1223 01:29:23,703 --> 01:29:25,872 - Sir, do we fire back? - I said, hold your fire. 1224 01:29:27,073 --> 01:29:28,207 Depth to sea floor? 1225 01:29:28,209 --> 01:29:30,109 Depth 1-5-0 feet under the keel. 1226 01:29:30,111 --> 01:29:32,311 - Pull back to zero bubble! - EDWARDS: Forward trim. 1227 01:29:32,313 --> 01:29:34,712 Captain? Is the bottom soft? 1228 01:29:34,714 --> 01:29:36,650 Yes, Captain. Mud. 1229 01:29:38,619 --> 01:29:40,721 Okay, bring me down to it, and do it quickly. 1230 01:29:49,663 --> 01:29:52,132 We're gonna lie on the bottom like a catfish. 1231 01:29:52,134 --> 01:29:54,167 - PILOT: One hundred feet! - (ALARM CONTINUES BLARING) 1232 01:29:54,169 --> 01:29:56,102 Seventy-five! 1233 01:29:56,104 --> 01:29:58,271 - Five-zero feet! - All back emergency! 1234 01:29:58,273 --> 01:29:59,606 Brace for impact! 1235 01:29:59,608 --> 01:30:02,111 PILOT: Twenty-five feet! Fifteen feet! 1236 01:30:02,878 --> 01:30:04,981 Five feet! Impact! 1237 01:30:17,693 --> 01:30:19,361 - (INDISTINCT CHATTER) - FORBES: Christ. Get that up. 1238 01:30:19,363 --> 01:30:23,033 IUSS has detected explosions just outside Polyarny. 1239 01:30:24,168 --> 01:30:25,601 DONNEGAN: Is she down? 1240 01:30:27,271 --> 01:30:29,071 (INDISTINCT RADIO CHATTER) 1241 01:30:29,073 --> 01:30:31,106 - Is she sunk? - Can't confirm, sir. 1242 01:30:31,108 --> 01:30:32,707 God damn it! 1243 01:30:32,709 --> 01:30:34,810 Bring the fleet to battle readiness. 1244 01:30:34,812 --> 01:30:37,013 We're going to DEFCON 1. 1245 01:30:37,015 --> 01:30:40,316 Fisk, the President's going to be calling our NATO allies, 1246 01:30:40,318 --> 01:30:44,754 and she will have to explain how Zakarin died in our hands! 1247 01:30:44,756 --> 01:30:46,756 Do you understand what you did? 1248 01:30:46,758 --> 01:30:49,259 If Durov didn't have all of Russia behind him before, 1249 01:30:49,261 --> 01:30:51,729 he sure as shit will now, and everybody else on Earth! 1250 01:30:52,331 --> 01:30:54,031 As far as they know, 1251 01:30:54,033 --> 01:30:56,836 we kidnapped the Russian President and we killed him! 1252 01:30:59,171 --> 01:31:01,707 You didn't just start a war today, 1253 01:31:03,909 --> 01:31:05,077 you lost it, too. 1254 01:31:17,257 --> 01:31:18,625 (INDISTINCT RADIO CHATTER) 1255 01:31:25,732 --> 01:31:27,701 (RADIO CHATTER) 1256 01:31:46,121 --> 01:31:49,222 (INDISTINCT RADIO CHATTER) 1257 01:31:49,224 --> 01:31:51,459 Minister, our ships will have visual 1258 01:31:51,461 --> 01:31:52,893 on the Americans momentarily. 1259 01:31:52,895 --> 01:31:55,831 DUROV: Good. Tell them to engage. 1260 01:31:56,765 --> 01:31:57,766 Yes, sir. 1261 01:32:02,872 --> 01:32:04,207 (INDISTINCT RADIO CHATTER) 1262 01:32:17,955 --> 01:32:19,454 What the hell is that? 1263 01:32:19,456 --> 01:32:21,757 The rest of the Russian fleet are moving into position. 1264 01:32:21,759 --> 01:32:24,059 They're responding to our movements. 1265 01:32:24,061 --> 01:32:26,096 FISK: We're leading them into the fight. 1266 01:32:29,301 --> 01:32:31,067 (GRUNTING) 1267 01:32:31,069 --> 01:32:32,404 (GROANING LOUDLY) 1268 01:32:36,007 --> 01:32:38,542 (GUNFIRE) 1269 01:32:38,544 --> 01:32:40,745 - (MEN SHOUTING IN DISTANCE) - (GRUNTING) 1270 01:32:42,948 --> 01:32:44,515 (SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 1271 01:32:44,517 --> 01:32:45,985 (GRUNTING) 1272 01:32:50,323 --> 01:32:51,457 (YELLING) 1273 01:32:52,325 --> 01:32:53,859 (SCREAMING) 1274 01:32:55,861 --> 01:32:57,730 (SOLDIERS SHOUTING IN RUSSIAN) 1275 01:32:59,166 --> 01:33:01,368 (PANTING) 1276 01:33:04,171 --> 01:33:06,211 SOLDIER: (IN ENGLISH) We have captured the American. 1277 01:33:06,873 --> 01:33:08,306 Waiting for our orders. 1278 01:33:08,308 --> 01:33:09,441 TRETIAK ON RADIO: Execute him. 1279 01:33:09,443 --> 01:33:10,509 - (BREATHING HEAVILY) - (GUNS COCKING) 1280 01:33:10,511 --> 01:33:11,977 (SPITS) 1281 01:33:11,979 --> 01:33:14,081 (GUNSHOTS) 1282 01:33:17,318 --> 01:33:18,353 (EXHALES) 1283 01:33:19,454 --> 01:33:20,989 (GROANING) 1284 01:33:21,456 --> 01:33:23,990 (PANTING) 1285 01:33:23,992 --> 01:33:27,260 - You came back. - Yeah, I needed the exercise. 1286 01:33:27,262 --> 01:33:29,130 (LAUGHS AND GROANS) 1287 01:33:30,199 --> 01:33:31,833 (PANTING) 1288 01:33:32,167 --> 01:33:34,301 Hey! Hey! 1289 01:33:34,303 --> 01:33:38,438 You did good, kid. You did real good. 1290 01:33:38,440 --> 01:33:40,575 What do you say we get the hell out of here? Come on! 1291 01:33:40,577 --> 01:33:41,844 (GROANS) 1292 01:33:43,380 --> 01:33:44,913 (GROANS LOUDLY) 1293 01:33:55,859 --> 01:33:57,258 (METAL CLANGING) 1294 01:33:57,260 --> 01:33:59,193 (ALARM BLARING) 1295 01:33:59,195 --> 01:34:00,331 (INDISTINCT SHOUTING) 1296 01:34:12,543 --> 01:34:14,209 Destroyer's bearing off, Captain. 1297 01:34:14,211 --> 01:34:16,945 All right, everybody check your gear for proper function. 1298 01:34:16,947 --> 01:34:19,915 - CREW: Aye, Captain. - BELFORD: Sonar's still active. 1299 01:34:19,917 --> 01:34:21,886 XO, you have the Conn. 1300 01:34:22,654 --> 01:34:24,120 I have the Conn. Aye, Captain. 1301 01:34:24,122 --> 01:34:26,124 - (ALARM BLARING) - (ALL CLAMORING) 1302 01:34:32,398 --> 01:34:33,932 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 1303 01:34:34,966 --> 01:34:35,967 (DOOR CLOSES) 1304 01:34:36,935 --> 01:34:38,269 Mr. President. 1305 01:34:38,271 --> 01:34:39,605 (BOTH SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 1306 01:34:46,979 --> 01:34:48,413 (IN ENGLISH) Captain Andropov says 1307 01:34:48,415 --> 01:34:49,982 you are a man I can trust. 1308 01:34:57,591 --> 01:34:59,293 I must speak with my generals. 1309 01:35:01,028 --> 01:35:03,496 Once they find out the truth, they'll stop Durov. 1310 01:35:03,498 --> 01:35:05,698 I understand, sir. 1311 01:35:05,700 --> 01:35:08,401 But once we rise to communication depth, 1312 01:35:08,403 --> 01:35:10,205 you won't be alive to tell that story. 1313 01:35:14,175 --> 01:35:16,044 (METAL GROANING) 1314 01:35:18,213 --> 01:35:20,146 - Damage report. - COB: Fires contained. 1315 01:35:20,148 --> 01:35:22,316 Flooding is slow, but we're still taking on water. 1316 01:35:22,318 --> 01:35:24,718 Weps, what's the situation in the torpedo room? 1317 01:35:24,720 --> 01:35:26,987 - It's bad, Captain. - GLASS: Then get down there. 1318 01:35:26,989 --> 01:35:27,990 Aye, sir. 1319 01:35:28,991 --> 01:35:31,458 Shit! McCaw, give me a status report! 1320 01:35:31,460 --> 01:35:33,193 Weapons damage to tube one. 1321 01:35:33,195 --> 01:35:34,696 We're leaking, but we're working on it! 1322 01:35:34,698 --> 01:35:37,467 TURNER: God damn it! All right, you go. 1323 01:35:39,001 --> 01:35:40,668 Cob, torpedo room. 1324 01:35:40,670 --> 01:35:43,004 It's two feet above the deck plates, Captain. 1325 01:35:43,006 --> 01:35:45,340 Damage to tube one. 1326 01:35:45,342 --> 01:35:47,575 - Make tube two ready. - Aye, sir! 1327 01:35:47,577 --> 01:35:49,411 Load torpedo four in tube two. Go! 1328 01:35:49,413 --> 01:35:51,647 All right, come on, guys. Let's get this done! 1329 01:35:51,649 --> 01:35:53,518 (ALARM CONTINUES BLARING) 1330 01:35:54,585 --> 01:35:56,086 (METAL CLANGING) 1331 01:35:57,655 --> 01:36:00,958 - McCAW: Man under! Man under! - CREWMAN: Man under! 1332 01:36:02,727 --> 01:36:05,094 Come on! Move it! Come on! 1333 01:36:05,096 --> 01:36:07,198 - (ALL CLAMORING) - (YELLS) 1334 01:36:10,034 --> 01:36:11,568 Captain. 1335 01:36:11,570 --> 01:36:13,439 (AMERICAN CREWMEN YELLING ON HEADPHONES) 1336 01:36:17,209 --> 01:36:19,169 The destroyer's circled back and closing, Captain. 1337 01:36:19,511 --> 01:36:21,144 What range? 1338 01:36:21,146 --> 01:36:22,826 She's closing fast. Five hundred yards out. 1339 01:36:24,684 --> 01:36:26,051 (SONAR PINGING) 1340 01:36:39,533 --> 01:36:41,201 - (SCREAMING) - (CREWMEN SHOUTING) 1341 01:36:51,245 --> 01:36:52,745 Kaplan! You all right? 1342 01:36:52,747 --> 01:36:55,584 (ALARM CONTINUES BLARING) 1343 01:36:57,552 --> 01:36:58,451 Captain. 1344 01:36:58,453 --> 01:37:01,454 Conn, torpedo room! Tube two damaged! 1345 01:37:01,456 --> 01:37:04,157 - Is any tube operational? - Negative, Captain! 1346 01:37:04,159 --> 01:37:05,694 All tubes out of commission. 1347 01:37:08,597 --> 01:37:10,031 (BEEPING) 1348 01:37:14,269 --> 01:37:15,271 Captain. 1349 01:37:16,672 --> 01:37:18,073 They've locked on. 1350 01:37:27,116 --> 01:37:28,150 We're sitting ducks. 1351 01:37:30,319 --> 01:37:31,421 (BEEPING CONTINUES) 1352 01:37:35,158 --> 01:37:37,459 You say you trained the men on that destroyer, Captain? 1353 01:37:37,461 --> 01:37:39,730 Yes. Every one. 1354 01:37:40,732 --> 01:37:42,065 So, you know them well? 1355 01:37:42,533 --> 01:37:43,601 Very well. 1356 01:37:45,135 --> 01:37:46,471 Would they be loyal to you? 1357 01:37:49,774 --> 01:37:51,109 Of course. 1358 01:37:53,478 --> 01:37:54,479 Show me. 1359 01:38:11,898 --> 01:38:13,163 Fyodor Dubasov. 1360 01:38:13,165 --> 01:38:14,500 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 1361 01:38:28,883 --> 01:38:30,783 (STATIC) 1362 01:38:30,785 --> 01:38:33,420 ANDROPOV ON PA: Mikhail Bakerin. 1363 01:38:34,555 --> 01:38:35,723 Ivan Dashkov. 1364 01:38:36,757 --> 01:38:39,093 Semyon Duchkin. 1365 01:38:39,927 --> 01:38:42,163 Aleksey Mostokov. 1366 01:38:43,631 --> 01:38:45,266 Mikhail Kazak. 1367 01:38:47,435 --> 01:38:49,236 Ivan Sakov. 1368 01:38:50,672 --> 01:38:52,608 Fyodor Tsvetkov. 1369 01:38:53,408 --> 01:38:55,243 Viktor Bezhegov. 1370 01:38:56,378 --> 01:38:59,147 Grigoriy Bakinskiy. 1371 01:39:01,216 --> 01:39:03,651 This is Captain Andropov. 1372 01:39:03,653 --> 01:39:08,889 I'm on board this American submarine, USS Arkansas, 1373 01:39:08,891 --> 01:39:10,793 of my own free will. 1374 01:39:11,861 --> 01:39:14,197 Hold your fire. 1375 01:39:42,227 --> 01:39:43,561 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 1376 01:40:07,553 --> 01:40:09,521 The Arkansas, sir, she's alive. 1377 01:40:09,523 --> 01:40:11,425 They've surfaced right next to Yevchenko. 1378 01:40:12,626 --> 01:40:14,461 What the hell is that captain doing? 1379 01:40:21,836 --> 01:40:24,371 Launch missile one on the submarine. 1380 01:40:25,405 --> 01:40:27,340 Launch missile one on the submarine! 1381 01:40:30,645 --> 01:40:31,846 (SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 1382 01:40:41,289 --> 01:40:43,322 (IN ENGLISH) Fire now! 1383 01:40:43,324 --> 01:40:44,660 (SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 1384 01:40:47,930 --> 01:40:50,499 (IN ENGLISH) He's no longer your commander. 1385 01:40:52,068 --> 01:40:53,535 Now, fire. 1386 01:40:57,841 --> 01:40:59,008 (SUTREV SPEAKING RUSSIAN) 1387 01:41:01,344 --> 01:41:04,746 Arkansas is broadcasting directly to the Yevchenko. 1388 01:41:04,748 --> 01:41:06,483 ZAKARIN ON RADIO: This is your president. 1389 01:41:07,952 --> 01:41:12,020 I am speaking to you with complete authority. 1390 01:41:12,022 --> 01:41:15,025 Any act of aggression against the American ship 1391 01:41:16,827 --> 01:41:18,028 will be an act of treason. 1392 01:41:19,930 --> 01:41:21,864 - He's alive. - FISK: That's why he surfaced. 1393 01:41:21,866 --> 01:41:23,799 Jayne, get this to the other Russian generals. 1394 01:41:23,801 --> 01:41:25,469 I need an audio file on this now. 1395 01:41:28,840 --> 01:41:32,442 Minister Durov, my crew will not fire 1396 01:41:32,444 --> 01:41:34,778 on the American submarine. 1397 01:41:34,780 --> 01:41:37,614 Very well, Captain. I will do it myself. 1398 01:41:37,616 --> 01:41:39,849 Prepare KH35 surface-to-sea missiles. 1399 01:41:39,851 --> 01:41:41,051 Yes, sir. 1400 01:41:41,053 --> 01:41:43,555 (DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 1401 01:41:45,658 --> 01:41:46,993 (MEN SHOUTING IN RUSSIAN) 1402 01:41:50,930 --> 01:41:52,130 FORBES: We have a satellite detection 1403 01:41:52,132 --> 01:41:55,466 of KH35 launch vehicles on the move. 1404 01:41:55,468 --> 01:41:56,836 Are they targeting our fleet? 1405 01:42:00,406 --> 01:42:02,075 (SOLDIERS SHOUTING) 1406 01:42:04,711 --> 01:42:06,845 They're targeting Arkansas, sir. 1407 01:42:06,847 --> 01:42:08,916 Tell Glass the Russians drew first. 1408 01:42:09,850 --> 01:42:12,484 He is authorized to fire. 1409 01:42:12,486 --> 01:42:15,021 Sir, if he fires into Russian territory, 1410 01:42:15,023 --> 01:42:16,689 it'll set off every sensor in Russia. 1411 01:42:16,691 --> 01:42:18,624 You'll be triggering a nuclear response. 1412 01:42:18,626 --> 01:42:20,760 If that sub goes down with the President on board, 1413 01:42:20,762 --> 01:42:22,862 we are in exactly the same place. 1414 01:42:22,864 --> 01:42:25,965 Captain. Incoming message from Washington. 1415 01:42:25,967 --> 01:42:27,102 Patching to the Conn. 1416 01:42:28,871 --> 01:42:30,070 Commander Glass. 1417 01:42:30,072 --> 01:42:32,471 FISK: Captain, this is Admiral Fisk. 1418 01:42:32,473 --> 01:42:35,609 You are authorized to protect Arkansas and your crew. 1419 01:42:35,611 --> 01:42:38,879 Admiral, I need to know. Are we already at war? 1420 01:42:38,881 --> 01:42:40,013 LIDDY: Russian missile systems 1421 01:42:40,015 --> 01:42:41,715 in position to launch, Captain. 1422 01:42:41,717 --> 01:42:45,752 Sir, if we take the first shot above water, 1423 01:42:45,754 --> 01:42:47,487 the whole world's gonna see us. 1424 01:42:47,489 --> 01:42:50,191 Captain Glass, this is Charles Donnegan, 1425 01:42:50,193 --> 01:42:52,861 Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. 1426 01:42:52,863 --> 01:42:55,866 You have a madman on your hands. 1427 01:42:56,833 --> 01:42:58,969 I've authorized you to fire! 1428 01:43:02,206 --> 01:43:04,809 EDWARDS: We still have the Tomahawk missiles, sir. 1429 01:43:10,047 --> 01:43:12,648 Cob, battle stations. 1430 01:43:12,650 --> 01:43:14,585 Man battle stations, aye. 1431 01:43:16,221 --> 01:43:18,788 Launch procedures are underway, Minister. 1432 01:43:18,790 --> 01:43:19,858 Thirty seconds. 1433 01:43:29,168 --> 01:43:30,934 Spin up missiles one and two. 1434 01:43:30,936 --> 01:43:33,503 Transfer target package 3-Charlie-24. 1435 01:43:33,505 --> 01:43:36,107 DECK OFFICER: Aye, Captain. Transfer 24-A... 1436 01:43:36,109 --> 01:43:38,643 EDWARDS: Flood Tomahawks one and two. 1437 01:43:38,645 --> 01:43:40,211 Make solutions on warships now. 1438 01:43:40,213 --> 01:43:43,049 (DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 1439 01:43:53,559 --> 01:43:57,029 Captain, the American sub has opened its missile tubes. 1440 01:43:57,031 --> 01:43:58,899 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 1441 01:44:08,609 --> 01:44:11,146 Tomahawks one and two ready for launch. 1442 01:44:22,925 --> 01:44:23,926 Captain. 1443 01:44:25,895 --> 01:44:28,015 You ever had to make a call like this before, Captain? 1444 01:44:29,999 --> 01:44:31,033 No. 1445 01:44:32,868 --> 01:44:35,905 Captain... Durov will fire on you. 1446 01:44:37,307 --> 01:44:38,574 No, sir, 1447 01:44:40,010 --> 01:44:41,712 he'll be firing on you. 1448 01:44:53,790 --> 01:44:55,324 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 1449 01:44:55,326 --> 01:44:58,029 COMMANDER: Missiles are fueled and ready, sir. 1450 01:44:59,197 --> 01:45:00,198 Fire! 1451 01:45:07,905 --> 01:45:09,640 Missiles being fired from Polyarny. 1452 01:45:10,342 --> 01:45:12,608 What the hell's he doing? 1453 01:45:12,610 --> 01:45:14,579 FORBES: Launch detection, 30 seconds. 1454 01:45:24,890 --> 01:45:26,290 - (ALARM BLARING) - Launch detection. 1455 01:45:26,292 --> 01:45:28,159 Washington reports 15 seconds to impact, sir. 1456 01:45:28,161 --> 01:45:30,594 Locked on enemy missiles, sir. 1457 01:45:30,596 --> 01:45:32,599 Captain, we're prepared to counter-launch. 1458 01:45:36,136 --> 01:45:37,238 Remove safeties. 1459 01:45:37,937 --> 01:45:39,039 All safeties off. 1460 01:45:44,245 --> 01:45:46,979 - Five seconds, sir. - We need to fire now, sir! 1461 01:45:46,981 --> 01:45:49,281 - (ALARMS CONTINUE BLARING) - Captain! 1462 01:45:49,283 --> 01:45:50,551 LIDDY: Three seconds. 1463 01:45:53,921 --> 01:45:55,923 - Intercept window closed! - LIDDY: Impact! 1464 01:46:06,101 --> 01:46:07,636 (MUFFLED EXPLOSIONS) 1465 01:46:13,809 --> 01:46:15,677 (METAL CLANGING) 1466 01:46:31,761 --> 01:46:33,161 What just happened? 1467 01:46:33,163 --> 01:46:36,700 (SUSPENSEFUL MUSIC PLAYING) 1468 01:47:06,132 --> 01:47:08,134 (ALARMS BLARING) 1469 01:47:17,344 --> 01:47:19,477 Sir, we have a confirmed hit on Russian soil. 1470 01:47:19,479 --> 01:47:21,314 - Who fired? - Not us. 1471 01:47:37,865 --> 01:47:40,234 Polyarny Command Center has been destroyed. 1472 01:47:41,502 --> 01:47:43,704 Missiles from the Yevchenko. 1473 01:47:44,238 --> 01:47:45,838 (CREWMEN SIGHING) 1474 01:47:45,840 --> 01:47:47,842 EDWARDS: Hey, good job. 1475 01:47:49,877 --> 01:47:51,413 - REED: Good work. - Captain. 1476 01:47:52,447 --> 01:47:53,448 XO. 1477 01:47:55,150 --> 01:47:56,983 COB: That was close. Good work. 1478 01:47:56,985 --> 01:47:58,320 (BOTH LAUGHING) 1479 01:48:00,889 --> 01:48:01,890 (SIGHS) 1480 01:48:14,237 --> 01:48:15,371 (SIGHS) 1481 01:48:16,973 --> 01:48:18,041 Thank you. 1482 01:48:19,142 --> 01:48:20,244 How did you know? 1483 01:48:21,911 --> 01:48:22,912 I didn't. 1484 01:48:24,181 --> 01:48:25,349 I hoped. 1485 01:48:30,287 --> 01:48:32,120 Russian fleet is bearing off. 1486 01:48:32,122 --> 01:48:34,923 They're backing up. Jayne, what are you hearing? 1487 01:48:34,925 --> 01:48:36,359 The Russian fleet is taking orders 1488 01:48:36,361 --> 01:48:39,162 directly from Zakarin aboard Arkansas. 1489 01:48:39,164 --> 01:48:41,399 He's ordered the Air Force to secure Polyarny. 1490 01:48:42,968 --> 01:48:44,836 (ALL APPLAUDING) 1491 01:49:02,255 --> 01:49:03,789 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 1492 01:49:14,434 --> 01:49:15,535 (PATS BACK) 1493 01:49:19,339 --> 01:49:20,905 OFFICER 1: Careful when you step. 1494 01:49:20,907 --> 01:49:22,341 OFFICER 2: Yeah, watch your feet, Mr. President. 1495 01:49:22,343 --> 01:49:24,245 OFFICER 3: Welcome aboard, sir. 1496 01:49:26,614 --> 01:49:28,149 ANDROPOV: Captain. 1497 01:49:28,483 --> 01:49:29,550 Captain. 1498 01:49:33,021 --> 01:49:34,355 I have to go to work. 1499 01:49:36,391 --> 01:49:37,459 Me, too. 1500 01:49:38,494 --> 01:49:41,628 I can't think of any captain 1501 01:49:41,630 --> 01:49:43,896 that could have done what you have done, 1502 01:49:43,898 --> 01:49:45,999 on my side or yours. 1503 01:49:46,001 --> 01:49:49,038 I can. I'm looking at him. 1504 01:50:13,364 --> 01:50:14,365 (ANDROPOV SPEAKS RUSSIAN) 1505 01:50:34,319 --> 01:50:36,152 (MARTINELLI GROANING) 1506 01:50:36,154 --> 01:50:37,354 MAN: Get up. 1507 01:50:37,356 --> 01:50:38,490 Be careful, he's injured. 1508 01:50:43,061 --> 01:50:44,628 GLASS: How's your man? 1509 01:50:44,630 --> 01:50:46,697 He'll be okay. Couple of scratches. 1510 01:50:46,699 --> 01:50:50,534 - Joe Glass. - Bill Beaman. 1511 01:50:50,536 --> 01:50:53,237 So, you're the lunatic saved the Russian President. 1512 01:50:53,239 --> 01:50:54,639 And you're the crazy son of a bitch 1513 01:50:54,641 --> 01:50:56,407 who weaved this tin can through a mine field. 1514 01:50:56,409 --> 01:50:58,577 - Got a long debriefing. - Yeah. 1515 01:50:58,579 --> 01:50:59,611 One hell of a story 1516 01:50:59,613 --> 01:51:01,948 we'll never be able to tell our grandchildren. 1517 01:51:05,386 --> 01:51:07,152 I would like to take one last breath 1518 01:51:07,154 --> 01:51:09,121 before we go under. 1519 01:51:09,123 --> 01:51:11,323 You never know what it's gonna be like when you come up. 1520 01:51:13,260 --> 01:51:14,562 Could've turned ugly. 1521 01:51:16,431 --> 01:51:18,533 Instead, it's just a beautiful afternoon. 1522 01:51:20,201 --> 01:51:21,561 What do you say we get out of here. 1523 01:51:23,271 --> 01:51:25,471 Ever been on a Hunter-Killer, Beaman? 1524 01:51:25,473 --> 01:51:29,075 That's the last place I want to be. Claustrophobic. 1525 01:51:29,077 --> 01:51:32,145 You'll be okay, as long as you don't jump out this time. 1526 01:51:32,147 --> 01:51:34,650 (DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING) 1527 01:52:15,474 --> 01:52:20,574 For more new Movies go to xPau.se