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Set amid a pine forest, it could only be reached by boat or hydroplane, and belonged to Argentine businessman Jorge Antonio, one of the most trusted friends of three-times president Juan Domingo Perón.Argentina's Navy was last night racing to investigate a noise underneath the sea which could be from the missing San Juan submarine.The so-called 'hydroacoustic anomaly' was picked up at around 11am last Wednesday, less than three hours after the last scheduled transmission from the submarine and 30 miles north of its last reported position.The information was reportedly passed to Argentinian authorities yesterday by the US government, who have analysed ocean monitoring data collected from the area of the South Atlantic where the vessel disappeared.HMS Protector, a Royal Navy ice patrol ship, which arrived on Sunday was deployed to the vessel's last known location, and used its sonar equipment to search below the waves for the missing sub.An RAF C-130 has also joined the search following an offer of assistance, and members of the specialist Submarine Parachute Assistance Group are also offering expert advice.The ARA San Juan would have enough oxygen for its crew to survive underwater for seven days, if there was no hull breach, according to officials.The submarine, which left Ushuaia in Argentina and was heading to the naval base in Mar del Plata, was last heard from as it sailed through the San Jorge Gulf, 450 miles from the Argentinian coast on November 15.
Luiz Tagliapietra, the father of Alejandro who is on the sub, told the Cafe de La Tade progamme on Argentina's LN channel yesterday of their anguished wait for news: 'It's terrible, hard to find words.Now missing for a week, Argentina is leading the search for their sailors, and the United States is coordinating the international response.He added: 'I didn't want to talk about this to the media, I felt I had nothing to say. I've been almost five days without sleep.'You go from optimism to pessimism the whole day, you hear little piece of news, you grab it, but when it's discarded it's even worse. These ups and downs are killing us.'He said Alejandro was not supposed to be on this submarine mission. But he was not part of the permanent crew of this submarine, he was there just by chance, he went on it of his own accord just to learn.'He is a shy and reserved person, but always lives his life to the full and with so much passion.I can sum it up as anguished, scared, but above all impotent.' An RAF aircraft has landed in Argentina some 35 years after the Falklands War, as it joins search efforts to find a missing submarine with 44 sailors on board.The Argentine navy said it lost contact with the ARA San Juan on November 15 as the submarine sailed from the extreme southern port of Ushuaia to Mar del Plata.
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