Open a hatch to sink a $3 billion submarine.

A Difficult and Expensive Lesson for the Indian Navy to Learn: 

Always Remember to Secure the Hatch During the War of 1812, 

United States Navy officer James Lawrence,  

who was the commander of the USS Chesapeake, famously said his final words,  

"Don't give up the ship," during an engagement with the Royal Navy's HMS Shannon. 

"Don't give up the ship" was a demand to his crew to continue fighting.

While his ship was still being held by the British, 

the quote became a popular naval war cry and was later evoked in Oliver Hazard Perry's personal battle flag. The quote was also used in the context of the American Revolution.

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