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    Survival Training - Plug - was excellent course


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    Sailor, try being blown out of a torpedo tube from 1000 feet down and shot up 3000 feet the air for a LALO splash down. That is the essence of submarine airborne.

    This training is very important. It will
    Get you thinking about things you never considered. How many, when flying , count the seats from theirs to the exit by walking the aisle and lightly touching each head rest.

    Heck, the closest exit may only be one behind you. But you're always looking forward. Situational awareness was always my middle name.

    This is really great training. Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Sailor, try being blown out of a torpedo tube from 1000 feet down and shot up 3000 feet the air for a LALO splash down. That is the essence of submarine airborne.

    This training is very important. It will
    Get you thinking about things you never considered. How many, when flying , count the seats from theirs to the exit by walking the aisle and lightly touching each head rest.

    Heck, the closest exit may only be one behind you. But you're always looking forward. Situational awareness was always my middle name.

    This is really great training. Thanks for posting.
    ken, ahuve sheli! Lila-Tov

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    ken, ahuve sheli! Lila-Tov
    Todah, sailor. Todah B'Vakasha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Sailor, try being blown out of a torpedo tube from 1000 feet down and shot up 3000 feet the air for a LALO splash down. That is the essence of submarine airborne.

    This training is very important. It will
    Get you thinking about things you never considered. How many, when flying , count the seats from theirs to the exit by walking the aisle and lightly touching each head rest.

    Heck, the closest exit may only be one behind you. But you're always looking forward. Situational awareness was always my middle name.

    This is really great training. Thanks for posting.
    What are you talking about , you were a culinary specialist in the navy just be glad that you made it to staff

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    What are you talking about , you were a culinary specialist in the navy just be glad that you made it to staff
    Dude, wasn't he submarine airborne ( whatever that means)?

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    Lugo Sela traga

    Yeah...and his sub had screen windows
    Mariconson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Sailor, try being blown out of a torpedo tube from 1000 feet down and shot up 3000 feet the air for a LALO splash down. That is the essence of submarine airborne.

    This training is very important. It will
    Get you thinking about things you never considered. How many, when flying , count the seats from theirs to the exit by walking the aisle and lightly touching each head rest.

    Heck, the closest exit may only be one behind you. But you're always looking forward. Situational awareness was always my middle name.

    This is really great training. Thanks for posting.
    Situational awareness?? When did you become such a expert on everything? A 1000 feet , I guess that explains what happen to you. The pressure, would crush a mans skull but not a hard headed fool such as yourself. It seems to have given you some problems. The lies, you can't stop or the BS, that goes on and on and on. The need to be remembered! I thought your middle name was Richard (D!ckhead) Didn't you say you own your own airplane too? So you can count to 1. I'm impressed. Ron, was it a typo? Blowing a 1000 men or is it 3000? hey, did you get the msg. left for you at the station?? The navy called and needs to know what happen to the pot-n-pans you were responsible for? Seems they disappeared, right around the time you left??? Let me guess your now going to say you were a instructor at Camp Darby at Ft. Benning & Camp McCall at FT. Bragg???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Situational awareness?? When did you become such a expert on everything? A 1000 feet , I guess that explains what happen to you. The pressure, would crush a mans skull but not a hard headed fool such as yourself. It seems to have given you some problems. The lies, you can't stop or the BS, that goes on and on and on. The need to be remembered! I thought your middle name was Richard (D!ckhead) Didn't you say you own your own airplane too? So you can count to 1. I'm impressed. Ron, was it a typo? Blowing a 1000 men or is it 3000? hey, did you get the msg. left for you at the station?? The navy called and needs to know what happen to the pot-n-pans you were responsible for? Seems they disappeared, right around the time you left??? Let me guess your now going to say you were a instructor at Camp Darby at Ft. Benning & Camp McCall at FT. Bragg???
    You fool. I had a specially fitted snorkel. There is no pressure if you breath in a small amount of water to neutralize the pressure. I was asked to free-dive down to the USS Hornet. Once I get over my sinus infection I may start training for it. It's all about the Navy.

    SUBMARINE AIRBORNE OOHRAH!

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    You fool. I had a specially fitted snorkel. There is no pressure if you breath in a small amount of water to neutralize the pressure. I was asked to free-dive down to the USS Hornet. Once I get over my sinus infection I may start training for it. It's all about the Navy.

    SUBMARINE AIRBORNE OOHRAH!
    Breath in small amounts of water?? Sure and doctor's have claimed that you could drown, with a tablespoon amount of water in your lungs?? Yet, who are they to question the real expert, such as yourself. Specially fitted snorkel? Only image I get here, is a penis fitting, looking one. Sorry but you bring this upon yourself. I wonder, if all these departments WANTED & NEEDED you to be the #1 man the chief. Why are you always trolling this site?? Your not going to get nailed in this Muller investigation too, are you? Your coming across like your the fixer? The man all go's to, to set thing right. If you think about it for a second.. You've claimed to have Russian & N.K. ties. You been to the trump towers, even stated you were offered a position on his staff but was, is and STILL waiting to be called back to Miami High, Opps sorry MPD. So you turned them all down. Is orange going to be your new favorite color?? I bet the fellows at Coleman, Lewisburg federal correctional center are going to find you look cute in one of those tight fitting jumpsuits! Think about it?? You are a self made famous cook (in your own mind) So, basically you can make a meal fit for a man name Bubba, keeping his bunk area clean and he'll protect you.. Damn, prison b!tch, is written all over you..

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