posted by Alex Nunez @ 7:56 PM
Naval aviators attempt to lift submarine out of the water in show of excessive machismo. In other news, Seahawk helicopters found deficient, lack "rig for dive" procedures.
How delinquent was he?
As the helicopter began to pull MM1/SS out of the hatch, he wished he'd spent some time this deployment on the exercycle and had skipped a few midrats.
After the RC Div of the USS Toledo (SSN 769) hosted Tex-Mex night for the crew a larger ventilation unit was required to clear the air in the engineering spaces. Crew members could be heard saying "Holy Toledo freholies Batman it stinks back here!"
After 3 months submerged, submariners raced to be first in line for the "fresh air" helicopter rides.
US Navy, citing an upcoming lack of deployable submarines, tests new underweigh crew change procedures at sea.
After the Air Force lost out on their bid to keep control of the GPS satellites to the Navy, they where assigned control of the Submarine docking assist function.
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