Wuxi China Expatdom Royal Navy Commander Lloyd Bridges didn’t let the fact that were no navigable waters under the Wuxi China Train Station stop him and his Navy from participating in Swedish Bikini Team Search 2011.
A WCERN Task Force, consisting of four aircraft carriers and three nuclear submarines was able to take local canals to an area near the old Wuxi China bus station. Said Admiral Bridges: "The canals were certainly very narrow and a tight squeeze for our carriers, but our subs fired missiles widening and deepening the path."
From the waters near the old Wuxi China bus station, the WCERN sent water bombers to the train station in order to flood its tunnels. "We didn’t fill the the tunnels to the top with water. We filled them to a depth of seven meters. Anyone trapped in the canals and able to swim, will have air pockets in which to breathe!" said Bridges.
The WCERN Task Force then airlifted 35 mini nuclear subs and a pocket battleship to the train station in order to search the tunnels. Four thousand frogmen from the Jack Cousteau platoon will assist in the under-water, under-tunnel search.
Currently, the subs and divers are searching the tunnels. Said Admiral Bridges: "So far we have come across a lot of flotsam and jetsam, but no mermaids, no moisten Swedish bimps, or Seaman First Class Orient Express."