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One of the best perks of submarine duty is NOT having to sit in traffic to get to work!
New seal training requirements, to qualify you must take over a submarine, with nothing, but basic swimming gear.
Do you ever get that fealing that your not alone?
Wow, these pool toys are getting realistic!!!!
Permission to come aboard.
Battle stations, battle station, man your battle station, an unknown surface contact.
Capt: Bosen Jones how did you get out there. You are suppose to wait until the boot surfaces before you can open the hatch on the conning tower.
Capt: Bosen Jones are those authorized swimming trunks?
bong, bong, bong, Surface contact baring 360 degrees, two yards, rig for colision.
NAVY SEALS always get to have all the fun!
Relieving the AFT-LLOK out on a submarine has never been an easy task!
CORRECTION:AFT LOOK OUT
SWIM CALL, swim CALL!!
Let me in, let me in!!! I promise this time I will get qualified!
6,000 ton submarine times 15 knots equals really effective anti-swimmer tactic.
Snorkel and mask set: $49.95
“Ron Jon” swim trunks: $35.50
Being peeled off the attack scope: Priceless!
I’ll show you mine if you show me yours!!
Senior Chief this E.M.I. is way beyond Navy regulations! Cleaning this submarine from front to rear will take longer than two hours!!!
Submariners have always been one step ahead of the rest of the fleet when it comes to uniform requirements!
Mission accomplished, the “Hunt for the Red October” is officially completed!
Mission accomplished, the â€œHunt for the Red Octoberâ€ is officially OVER!
Taking the P.R.T. test on submarine duty has never been easy; the C.O. has all eyes on you!
I thought the recruiter was joking when he said submarine duty in IRAQ is just like a vacation!
Okay SIR, the high speed internet cable is connected! Do you want me to hook up the land line also?
I never thought after retirement that a job with the USO or MWR would require this much dedication!
Flood torpedo tubes 1&2â€¦â€¦â€¦. Launch the SAR swimmer and this morningâ€™s breakfast; the admiral wants to feed the fish AGAIN!
SIR, I swam over there to the Russian submarine and told them â€œWE COME IN PEACEâ€ but they just didn’t like my shorts!
DIVE, DIVE, DIVE…RIG THE BOAT FOR ULTRA QUITE…vacuum cleaner salesman straight ahead!
With the home market collapsing some people have considered submarine duty one way to stay afloat
I told Dad when I grow up I was going to be a periscope reapairman and he said I was DIVING into a uncharted waters!
That will be $29.99….Would you like me to check the oil too?
Alright, that’s 250 large meatlovers pizza’s and 160 orders for breadsticks….. What would you guys like to drink with that?
Submariners idea of along time.
“Is this why Mom said I shouldn’t go out too far?”
SA Jones note to self: Suspend search for the mail buoy and devote spare time to finding 100 yards of shoreline……….
Ding Ding, Ding Ding, BUFFALO Arriving.
“Boy, this new mask I got for Christmas is great. I wonder if I will see anything exciting down here today?”
SAR exercises off Hawaii are getting a we bit to relaxed…..
SSBN Tunacan on Presidencial Securiy Duty.
The XO begins his “top down” zone inspection.
After feeling the crew just did not understand the maneuver, the Captain decided to take the visual teaching aide approach.
After many attempts of the new maneuver, the Captain decided to show the crew himself how it is done
Bull Ensign Jones’ took his emergency dive drill joke on the XO just a LITTLE too far.
TOPSIDE-ROVER watch on submarine duty really does keep the crew in good shape.