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A day in the life of naval officers living in a vessel hidden deep within ocean waters.

A Submariner’s Life | National Geographic

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50 Replies to “A Submariner's Life | National Geographic”

  1. a 3 and a half minute video on living a submariners life………….

    quite the in-depth coverage there NG….you must really care about the veterans………………………………………..

  2. As job I could never handle this, I know most of the time they will be underwater somewhere for months waiting to be deployed, which is already a crazy thought. But in the event of war getting hit by another torpedo under millions of gallons water, that thought would scare me the most.

  3. I was in Naval Aviation and the Submarine guys used to laugh at us and say "I would never be in aviation because what goes up must come down sometimes with a crash" We had an old CPO put them in their place when he told them "Yes that is true but dont you guys in the silent service ever think that what goes down dont always have to come back up?"

  4. Gosh this is life😎,serving the greatest nation on the planet,the most powerful military on in the known universe 😍🇺🇸💝..God bless UNITED STATES OF AMERICA MORE 💝

  5. We don't throw the AMINE fluid into the ocean (they explained it wrong at 2:30 into the video), the CO2 scrubber machines (there are two on that type of sub) has two parts, one section that absorbs the CO2, extracting it from the air, then that rich AMINE (full of CO2) gets pumped to another part of the machine, where it gets heated, releasing the CO2 in a controlled chamber from with then the CO2 is extracted and the CO2 is pumped alone into the ocean….

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