Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-against-US-Nuclear-Navy-vessel-Thomas-C--Hart-27MZIFLZLMHV.htmlConceptually similarAction against US Nuclear Navy vessel Thomas C. HartGP09SFCompleted★★★★★★★Action against US Nuclear Navy vessel Thomas C. HartGP01ASFCompleted★★★★Action against US Nuclear Navy vessel Thomas C. HartGP073GCompleted★★★★Action against US Nuclear Navy vessel Thomas C. HartGP0OMECompleted★★★★★★★Action against Soviet nuclear vessel BAKUGP013TNCompleted★★★★Action against Soviet nuclear vessel BAKUGP0XEQCompleted★★★★★★★Action against Soviet nuclear vessel BAKUGP0M9JCompleted★★★★Action against Soviet nuclear vessel BAKUGP02T4LCompleted★★★★Nuclear Free Seas Protest against USS ConynghamGP0R1JCompleted★★★★View AllGP0155ZAction against US Nuclear Navy vessel Thomas C. HartAction against US Nuclear Navy vessel "Thomas C. Hart". Hammamet. Activists in inflatable getting hosed by crew onboard ship.Locations:Golfe de Hammamet-Maghreb-TunisiaDate:1 Jun, 1988Credit:© Greenpeace / Steve MorganMaximum size:5589px X 3785pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Aggression-Banners-Confrontation-Day-Disarmament-Flags-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace inflatables-KWCI (GPI)-Medium group of people-Military ships-Navy-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear energy symbol-Outdoors-Painting actions-United States Government-Water cannons-Water hosesShoot:Nuclear Free Seas Action in Hammamet in TunisiaAction against nuclear vessels in Hammamet, 35 kilometres off the Tunisian coast. The Sirius came upon five Soviet nuclear warships - a reflection of the USSR's lack of naval bases in the sea - along with a nuclear-armed US frigate, which was apparently keeping a watching eye on the Soviet flotilla. Volunteers promptly went into action against both navies, and succeeded in painting the international radiation symbol on the Soviet aircraft carrier Baku and on the US frigate Thomas C. Hart, despite being buzzed by a Soviet launch and sprayed by American fire hoses.