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Friday, April 02, 2010

All Hands Submarine Video

Here's a good video from All Hands Television about today's Submarine Force. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to be embeddable.

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

There are videos of fast attacks, a WWII skipper and Subschool and all seem to be of pretty good quality. One briefly goes into the Albacore hull transition. None of the videos are deep but good PR and well made. One video seems to show "Mush" Morton but it is pretty fast.

Duck, do you know that Adm.? He might have been a little before your time.


Kirk

4/02/2010 4:45 PM

 
Blogger Rubber Ducky said...

What ADM? Missed it...

4/02/2010 6:04 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pretty good show, i just happened to catch it. Not sure when we started using the new escape trainer, I havent heard any stories from the nubs that have checked in recently. Cant wait to try it out.

4/02/2010 8:06 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rubber Ducky,

If you go to the sub movie there are more movies below it and one is about a WWII skipper who stayed in after WWII and saw some changes to modernization of Navy.

Kirk

4/02/2010 10:04 PM

 
Blogger Rubber Ducky said...

Don't know him but noted him as one of the posters wishing Guy Reynolds well so still around and going.

http://www.fau.edu/library/gen-adm58.htm

4/03/2010 4:42 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Going through the new escape trainer on Wed for SOAC, will let you all know ho wit is!

4/03/2010 6:01 AM

 
Blogger SJV said...

There's a download button that gets you a 20MB zip file if you want.

4/03/2010 7:59 AM

 
Blogger wtfdnucsailor said...

RADM Rindscopf was a WWII Sub Skipper and the Director of Naval Intelligence in the late sixties and early seventies. I was aboard TREPANG in 1971 or 1972 when we had the pleasure of taking the RADM to sea for a few days of orientation. He had some very fascinating stories about WWII subs to tell the wardrooom.

4/03/2010 10:51 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No dice on the escape trainer, my ear drums didn't pop like they wanted... Oh well, I guess I will be golfing tomorrow instead!

4/07/2010 4:47 PM

 

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