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Aircraft carriers are the centerpiece of America's Naval forces – the most adaptable and survivable airfields in the world. On any given day, Sailors aboard an aircraft carrier and its air wing come to the fight trained and equipped across a full range of missions. They are ready to control the sea, conduct strikes, and maneuver across the electromagnetic spectrum and cyberspace. No other naval force fields a commensurate range and depth of combat capabilities. Other videos you might like: 🤍 🤍 🤍
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The USS James E Williams carries a fearsome arsenal of firepower, including Tomahawk cruise missiles, air-launched torpedoes and anti-ship missiles. With four gas turbine engines, it can reach speeds of up to 30 knots. The US Navy destroyer also has 360° vision, which enables it to track up to 800 targets more than 200 miles away. Forces News gained exclusive access to the ship as it kept watch over sea lanes and Nato's adversaries in the Mediterranean as part of the alliance's multi-national task group in the region. More: 🤍 #forcesnews #usa #usnavy #mediterranean #nato #ussjamesewilliams Subscribe to Forces News: 🤍 Check out our website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
Embark on a journey to the heart of a floating city at sea with this full documentary about life inside the world's largest US Navy aircraft carrier. Experience the thrill of life onboard as we take you behind the scenes of this massive military machine. Get a glimpse into the daily routines and challenges faced by the sailors who call this moving metropolis their home. Discover the cutting-edge technology and sophisticated systems that keep this massive vessel afloat and operating at maximum efficiency. Join us for a journey of a lifetime as we explore life inside a city at sea. Hop aboard the U.S. Navy's mightiest aircraft carriers and meet their dedicated crews and pilots. On a U.S. Navy warship, up to 6,000 US sailors can live and work in the middle of the sea. This is how the modern aircraft carrier is also referred to as a ''city at sea.'' Many luxury facilities are available while the sailors work together to defend America's interests around the world. Full Documentary. Life aboard an aircraft carrier is undoubtedly tough and exhausting. Sailors on an aircraft carrier are responsible for a wide range of tasks, and they often work long hours in challenging conditions. Another challenge is the limited space and privacy available on an aircraft carrier. The ship is crowded with personnel and equipment, and sailors may have to share small, cramped living quarters with several other people. There is also limited downtime and opportunities for leisure activities, as the ship is always on the move and sailors are often busy with their duties. Additionally, sailors on an aircraft carrier may face challenges related to being away from home and their loved ones for extended periods of time. Deployments can last for several months, and sailors may not have regular opportunities to communicate with their families or take leave. Yet it can also be exhilarating, especially for the men and women who work on the flight deck, piloting jets and landing on a stretch of runway. What is it like to live and work on a US Navy ship in the middle of the sea? #ussnimitz #aircraftcarrier #documentary
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We got an inside look at the United States Navy's 10-week basic training program. Chief video correspondent Graham Flanagan spent five days inside Recruit Training Command Great Lakes, where he observed different companies at various stages of training at the facility located about 35 miles north of Chicago. Recruits must pass a physical assessment and a swim qualification before they train in seamanship, firefighting, and weapons training. They're also exposed to tear gas inside a confidence chamber where they learn to correctly wear gas masks. Training culminates with “Battle Stations” an all-night event that takes place on a mock Navy destroyer ship designed by companies who have created theme park attractions for Walt Disney World. After completing the event, recruits officially become sailors when they receive their US Navy ball caps. MORE BOOT CAMP VIDEOS: What Army Tankers Go Through In Boot Camp | Boot Camp | Business Insider 🤍 How Army Soldiers Train To Fight Hand-To-Hand In Boot Camp | Boot Camp 🤍 How Marine Pilots Fly The $84 Million Osprey | Boot Camp 🤍 #navy #bootcamp #businessinsider Business Insider tells you all you need to know about business, finance, tech, retail, and more. Visit us at: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 BI on Facebook: 🤍 BI on Instagram: 🤍 BI on Twitter: 🤍 BI on Snapchat: 🤍 Boot Camp on Snapchat: 🤍 What Navy Recruits Go Through In Boot Camp | Boot Camp | Business Insider
Aircraft carrier in rough seas is a sight to behold! Ever wondered how the massive vessels of the US Navy withstand the fury of nature? Dive deep with us into the vast ocean of knowledge, where we shed light on how the mighty US Navy safeguards its warships, including the colossal aircraft carriers, from the wrath of monster waves and treacherous storms. Discover the intricate systems in place that ensure a ship's stability and the safety of its onboard equipment even when faced with the harshest conditions at sea. Ever wondered how the sailors manage to stand firm and conduct operations on a ship deck that's constantly rocking in rough seas? Or how aircraft on these carriers are kept secured against the fury of the storm? We’ve got all the answers! From specially designed non-skid surfaces to high-tech advancements in naval engineering, we unveil the secrets behind the US Navy's prowess in tackling the fiercest challenges of the sea. Get an exclusive peek into the future as we discuss the cutting-edge technologies that are poised to revolutionize naval operations, like adaptive hull surfaces and the integration of Artificial Intelligence in stability systems. #aircraftcarrier #usnavy #roughseas
Go inside and see what life is like in a US Navy Nuclear submarine: USS Indiana on a full tour guided by Commanding Officer. Interviews include the ONLY female officer and crew member. Watch me board the sub and crawl through a torpedo tube. Full walking (and crawling) tour of the sub with Commanding Officer and crew. Update: Apparently I was NOT the first person to do a torpedo tube crawl. Smarter Every Day did it a while back. Thanks to all who pointed this out. Lesson learned. When you're about to crawl into a nuclear submarine torpedo tube, don't assume no one ever filmed it on YouTube. It certainly was a first for me though and my crawl was the longest for what it's worth. Anyway, it was quite an experience. #submarine #usnavy #submarinehunter More Navy Ship Tours: USS Cole and USS New York: 🤍 Support my work on Patreon! Exclusive Barefoot Content Here: 🤍 Make a One-Time Donation to the Channel Here: 🤍 Get Barefoot Merchandise Here: 🤍 00:00 Introduction 00:21 Boarding the Submarine 05:44 Commander's Tour 11:21 Torpedo Tube Crawl 17:00 Cooking Tacos and Quesadillas 17:33 Courtside Cafe 18:16 Female Officer Interview 19:17 Outro, Goodbyes
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Equipped with some of the deadliest weapons and able to accommodate over 300 crew members who live and work on the ship, a US Navy destroyer is no ordinary ship. It is a symbol of maritime supremacy, the fortress of power, and a force to be reckoned with. As suggested by its name, the vessel quite literally destroys anything that comes to threaten its legacy. Known as the greyhounds of the US Navy, destroyers are equipped with state-of-the-art combat systems, making them virtually impossible to mess with. But given its unimaginable power, do you ever wonder: what's life like for the courageous crew members who call these mighty vessels their home? Do they ever let their guard down? Imagine waking up each day to the fury of the sea, knowing that at any moment, an enemy ship might appear on the horizon, with all guns blazing out. Now, before we even discover different aspects of life aboard a US Navy destroyer, it’s crucial to start from the basics; what’s a destroyer? And what role does it play for the US Navy? #usnavy #destroyer #documentary
The U.S. Navy has invested billions in the Littoral Combat Ship. But with unsolved problems and a murky mission set, will this close to shore surface combatant remain a key part of the Navy's strategy? The USS Freedom — the first Littoral Combat Ship, or LCS — was decommissioned after only 13 years in the fleet. This move appears to be at odds with the U.S. Navy’s goal of building up a force of 355 ships. The LCS is designed for littoral areas, or water closer to shore. Larger ships have trouble operating in these areas because of the shallow water. But engine issues, mission module problems and the evolving state of the world have put the future of the ship in choppy waters. Several older Littoral Combat Ships are also being decommissioned due to the high cost of upgrading them. “The bottom line is, it’s a zero-sum game. Every dollar you spend to keep those [LCS’] going is $1 you can spend on these other, I think, higher priorities” said Rep. Adam Smith, D-Wash., chairman of the House Armed Services Committee. To increase the vessel’s punch, the Navy has moved to add the Naval Strike Missile to some of the warships. It also decided to designate certain ships for specific missions, in contrast with the quick and swappable mission modules that were envisioned when the ship was first designed. There are two variants of the Littoral Combat Ship: the Independence-class, an all-aluminum trimaran design, and the Freedom-class, which is a more traditional steel hull with an aluminum superstructure. “Independence has been very successful deploying overseas to Singapore, in you know, in China’s backyard,” LCS Squadron Two commander Capt. David Miller said. “Starting in late 2019, the Freedom-class followed in the [U.S. Southern Command Area of Responsibility].” The Freedom-class was plagued by an engine issue that related to the combining gear, a complex piece of machinery that ensures that the multiple engines on the ship can function together. The Navy and Lockheed Martin are working to fix the problem in future ships that are waiting to be commissioned into the fleet, and those that have yet to be constructed. “In a nutshell, we are running on track to get to put that problem behind us and move on with the future of the freedom class,” Miller said. » Subscribe to CNBC: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC TV: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC Classic: 🤍 About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: 🤍 Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Twitter: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Instagram: 🤍 Subscribe to CNBC PRO: 🤍 #CNBC Can The Navy Fix Its Most Controversial Warship?
What US Navy Sailors Do During Their Off Time As we all know, defending a country is not an easy task. Doing so requires great power and with great power, comes great responsibility. As soon as a naval warship is deployed from its port, its crew members onboard must work constantly and ceaselessly to ensure the ship is operational and ready to provide naval support at all times. On warships like destroyers, naval sailors are required to be active for most hours of the day. At some point, however, these soldiers are relieved of their daily chores and given the chance to take a breather. What do these sailors do during their invaluable spare time? Let us find out how they let off some steam. It is a well-known fact that being a US Navy sailor is not an easy occupation. It requires being isolated at sea for long periods and away from their loved ones. As part of their initial training, these soldiers are made to understand the hazards that come with being a naval sailor. While they are at sea, they can be exposed to bad weather, drowning, shipwrecks, and many other dangers aboard the ship. This part of their training helps them prepare for and avoid such occupational hazards. #usnavy #aircraftcarrier #sailors
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U.S. Navy Special Operations Forces SELECTION TRAINING 00:10 Part 1: Alfa Phase 14:54 Part 2: The Tour 35:47 Part 3: Bravo and Charlie Phases The SPECIAL WARFARE COMBAT CREWMAN (SWCC) is a United States Naval Special Warfare Command team that operates and maintains small craft for special operations missions, particularly those in support of the U.S. Navy SEALs. Navy SWCC support and perform maritime special operations in open ocean, littoral and riverine environments. Their professional occupation in the Navy is known as Special Warfare Boat Operator (SB). SBs are experts in maritime special operations tactics and missions; foreign cultural awareness; advanced weapons tactics; tactical communications; tactical air control; tactical ground mobility; small arms and crew-served weapons; fast roping and rappelling; advanced craft operations; long-range, over the horizon, and riverine navigation; tactical combat medicine and trauma care; intelligence operations; and chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear defense measures; among others. Credit Sgt William Chockey, Kashif Basharat, PO1 George Bell, PO1 Jonathan Clay, Austin Rooney, James Shea and Jonathan Snyder Follow us on: 🤍 #navyseals #navyswcc #specialforces #specialoperations
Welcome back to the FLUCTUS channel for a discussion about the LPD, one of the most versatile ships in the U.S. fleet, and what this vessel and her crew do on a daily basis. Fluctus is a website and YouTube channel dedicated to sea geeks. Whenever you are curious or an incorrigible lover of this mysterious world, our videos are made for you ! We publish 3 videos a week on our Youtube channel and many more articles on our website. Feel free to subscribe to not miss any of our updates and visit our website to discover additional content. Don’t forget to follow us on twitter: 🤍 Please keep the comments section respectful. Any spam, insults or troll will be deleted. To contact us, make sure to use our email in the about section of this channel.
Welcome back to the Fluctus channel for a discussion about what it’s like to live and work inside the most advanced Destroyers in the U.S. Navy Fluctus is a website and YouTube channel dedicated to sea geeks. Whenever you are curious or an incorrigible lover of this mysterious world, our videos are made for you ! We publish 3 videos a week on our Youtube channel and many more articles on our website. Feel free to subscribe to not miss any of our updates and visit our website to discover additional content. Don’t forget to follow us on twitter: 🤍 Please keep the comments section respectful. Any spam, insults or troll will be deleted. To contact us, make sure to use our email in the about section of this channel.
Compare news coverage from around the world and across the political spectrum with Ground News: 🤍 The littoral combat ships have arguably been the most problematic US Navy procurement program in the recent history, as many of them have been and will be decommissioned prematurely. But what is going to happen to these ships, is #NotWhatYouThink #NWYT #longs Music: Footage: US Department of Defense Note: "The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement."
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Tribute to the United States Navy in honor for all that have served, and as a tribute to all those currently serving, and those who will soon serve duty in the United States Navy...My oldest son will become a member of the Navy in July. I' am so proud of his decision to become a member of such an elite group of warriors....THE UNITED STATES NAVY!!! Update: Since June of 2013...I now have two son's that are now serving in the United States Navy. Happy Veterans Day to all the serve or have served in the past...GO NAVY!!!
U.S.ネイビー / U.S. Navy (Japan 901012) Capcom 1990 1,771,860pts Player RSR 収録Ver MAMEPlus!0.120 1コインALL ヘタレすぎるプレイですが何とかクリア mame replay site 🤍 ユー・エス・ネイビー 発売年：1990.10 開発／発売元：カプコン ジャンル：シューティング コントローラ：8方向レバー+2ボタン システムボード：カプコン プレイシステム（CPS） CPU構成[68000, Z80] 音源チップ[YM2151, OKI6295] 同社の「エリア88」によく似た横スクロールタイプのシューティングゲーム。アイテム出現の法則や、ステージ開始時に武器を購入するなどのルールも全く同じ。ある方法を使うと、お金を払わずに武器を買うことができる「万引き技」が存在する。全10ステージ。 ストーリー: 1997年、X国による極東J国への武力侵攻がひき金となり、アジア･ヨーロッパの各地で局地戦がぼっ発。戦線はみるみる拡大していった。そして1990年。世界はまさに、全面戦争の危機に瀕していた。X国の背後に死の商人組織"ラブー"の存在があるとの情報を入手したアメリカは、軍事兵器の供給源である"ラブー"をたたくことで、X国を弱体化させ、戦争に終止符を打とうと決断。ただちに攻撃実行部隊である海軍最強の原子力空母に対して、ラブー壊滅のための作戦行動命令が下った。アメリカ海軍の威信をかけて、F-14トムキャットが、F/A-18ホーネットが、そしてA-6イントゥルーダーが、蒼穹の戦闘空域へと今、出撃する。 [出典：U.S.ネイビー 業務用販促チラシ（カプコン）] U.S. Navy (c) 1990 Capcom. A solid and hugely playable sequel to 1989's superb sideways scrolling shoot-em-up, "Area 88". As with the original, players chose any one of three different jet fighters and battle their way through ten enemy-packed stages. Another idea carried over from "Area 88" is the end-of-level shop, which allows players to buy weapon and shield upgrades for their jet fighter. - TECHNICAL - Capcom Play System hardware (CPS) Game ID : CP-S No. 12 Main CPU : 68000 (🤍 10 Mhz) Sound CPU : Z80 (🤍 3.579545 Mhz) Sound Chips : YM2151 (🤍 3.579545 Mhz), OKI6295 (🤍 7.576 Khz) Screen orientation : Horizontal Video resolution : 384 x 224 pixels Screen refresh : 60.00 Hz Palette colors : 4096 Players : 2 Control : 8-way joystick Buttons : 2 - TRIVIA - Released in October 1990. This game is known outside Japan as "Carrier Airwing [CP-S No. 12]". Pony Canyon / Scitron released a limited-edition soundtrack album for this game (Street Fighter II : G.S.M. Capcom 4 - PCCB-00056) on 21/03/1991. The guy who looks like Sean Connery looks even more like Sean Connery in the Japanese version of the game ("U.S. Navy") than in the American version (Carrier Air Wing). - TIPS AND TRICKS - * Real Ending : beat the game in one credit. * Secrets items : Mission 2 : White Mech (10,000 pts) - After the large helicopter and when the suspended road finished, go up quickly and shoot. Mission 3 : Rabbit (20,000 pts) - Shoot on the 9th tree or release a bomb. Cow (10,000 pts) - Destroy the ground monticule in top of the hill right after the 9th tree (you can make turns to the cow by shooting on). Man (6,000 pts) - Shoot between the base of the mountain and the cuirassier. Mission 6 : Snowman (4,000 pts) - Shoot at the base of the 4th iceberg. Mission 7 : Small bear (8,000 pts) - Towards the end of the level, shoot at the middle of the 1st gray mountain, just before the 1st volcano. Mission 8 : Mech with a flag (20,000 pts) - Release a bomb behind the second house. Mission 9 : Red Mech (10,000 pts) - Shoot at the base of the fortress wall. Yashichi - Destroy the red turret located on a footbridge. Mission 10 : Yashichi - Destroy the red turret located at the top of the engines. - SERIES - 1. Area 88 [CP-S No. 06] (1989) 2. U.S. Navy [CP-S No. 12] (1990) - SOURCES - Game's rom.
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The U.S. Navy just commissioned the future USS Cooperstown LCS-23 as the newest Independence-variant littoral combat ship, or LCS, on May 8 in New York City. This accomplishment places the ship that the Lockheed Martin-led team built into active service with the U.S. Navy. Cooperstown is the first naval ship named after Cooperstown, New York and honours the 70 Hall of Famers who served the United States during wartime in various conflicts spanning the Civil War, World War I, World War II, and the Korean War. Support us: Youtube : 🤍USDefenseNews Facebook : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 If you have any problems viewing this Video, please report it here: usdn.official🤍gmail.com
A US Navy warship responded to a distress call from a commercial tanker in the Gulf of Aden that had been seized by armed individuals and is now safe, US officials said on Sunday. The tanker, which had been carrying a cargo of phosphoric acid, was identified as the Central Park by the vessel's company. The officials did not identify the attackers. #middleeast #us #westasia About Channel: WION The World is One News examines global issues with in-depth analysis. We provide much more than the news of the day. Our aim is to empower people to explore their world. With our Global headquarters in New Delhi, we bring you news on the hour, by the hour. We deliver information that is not biased. We are journalists who are neutral to the core and non-partisan when it comes to world politics. People are tired of biased reportage and we stand for a globalized united world. So for us, the World is truly One. Please keep discussions on this channel clean and respectful and refrain from using racist or sexist slurs and personal insults. Subscribe to our channel at 🤍 Check out our website: 🤍 Join our WhatsApp Channel: 🤍 Connect with us on our social media handles: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on Google News for the latest updates Zee News:- 🤍 Zee Business:- 🤍 DNA India:- 🤍 WION: 🤍 Zee News Apps: 🤍
Have you ever wondered if US Navy ships catch fish to feed their crew? In this video, we delve into the fascinating world of naval food provision and explore the realities of feeding thousands of sailors at sea. Learn about the various methods the US Navy uses to source their food, including fishing, and discover the challenges they face in providing fresh and nutritious meals for their crew. Get an inside look at the navy's cooking facilities, including kitchens and storage spaces, and see how they manage to maintain food quality and safety. Join us as we uncover the truth behind the food provision of the US Navy. #usnavy #aircraftcarrier #sailors Please take a look at this video from Turner: 🤍
Welcome back to the FLUCTUS channel for a discussion about some of the United States most advanced patrol and combat vessels. Fluctus is a website and YouTube channel dedicated to sea geeks. Whenever you are curious or an incorrigible lover of this mysterious world, our videos are made for you ! We publish 3 videos a week on our Youtube channel and many more articles on our website. Feel free to subscribe to not miss any of our updates and visit our website to discover additional content. Don’t forget to follow us on twitter: 🤍 Please keep the comments section respectful. Any spam, insults or troll will be deleted. To contact us, make sure to use our email in the about section of this channel.
We reveal the incredible process behind launching all 90 fighter jets from an aircraft carrier in just a few minutes. A potentially critical situation that requires what is called an "Alpha Strike" - the simultaneous deployment of all aircraft in a concentrated, coordinated attack. Watch as we take you through the nail-biting tension and split-second precision of this exercise. Discover the concept of an Alpha Strike, its significance in the US Navy's defense arsenal, and how the crew manage to pull off such a monumental task, where failure is simply NOT an option. Dive into the complexity and high-stakes game of launching these multi-million dollar machines, the meticulous planning, coordination, and execution required to ensure success. Discover how every second is critical, and how a slight delay or mistake could mean the difference between life and death. Get a better understanding of the primary launch systems used by the US Navy, including the steam-powered catapult and the Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS). We'll also provide insight into the time it takes to launch all aircraft from an aircraft carrier, the challenges faced, and the role that the crew's skills play in ensuring a successful Alpha Strike. We also discuss the importance of checklists in this process and how the US Navy's turbo-charged fueling and arming stations contribute to the efficiency and success of the mission. Join us on this thrilling journey behind the scenes of the US Navy's aircraft carrier operations. We're sure you'll be left in awe of the precision, efficiency, and sheer power of this impressive feat. #aircraftcarrier #usnavy #sailors
If this is not proof that the US Navy has a sense of humor, we don't know what is! Is it possible that we are the first people to notice that these ships all had the same hull number? This is Not What You Think! #NotWhatYouThink #NWYT #shorts Music: Bubble Song (Instrumental Version) - Luna The Cat Footage: US Department of Defense Note: "The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement."
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The Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier, a technological marvel and symbol of American naval supremacy, ushers in a new era of maritime warfare capabilities. Named after the 38th President of the United States, these supercarriers represent a quantum leap in naval engineering and operational flexibility. The Ford-class carriers differ significantly from their predecessors. First and foremost, the supercarriers are enormous—they’re the largest ships in terms of displacement ever built for the U.S. Navy. Other videos you might like: 🤍 🤍 🤍
The US Navy has many ranks, some of these ranks are so similar it can be confusing, as well as in what order they progress in. In this video, we provide a simple guide to the US Navy Ranks in order. At Premier History we want to take you on a journey through time and grow your knowledge to see what it was actually like to be in some of the pivotal points in World History. Make sure to leave a Like 👍 and a Comment 📜 down below or share this video with your friends. - - - 🔴 Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 - - - #PremierHistory #Navy #USA - - - Follow Premier History on socials: 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 📸Instagram: 🤍
In the preceding summer, Fincantieri Marinette Marine, the shipbuilder, initiated the construction of the inaugural Constellation-class frigate for the US Navy. This milestone was marked by the ceremonial cutting of steel at the shipyard located in Wisconsin on August 31. Fincantieri has scheduled the keel laying of the USS Constellation, the first ship of the Constellation-class frigates, for this August. This event will denote a significant milestone as it will be the US Navy's first frigate introduced since the retirement of its last Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigate in 2015. With its anticipated arrival later in this decade, the USS Constellation will symbolize the reintroduction of a relatively compact yet versatile ship class to the US Navy. In this video, Defense Updates analyzes how US Navy plans to quickly ramp up muscle with Constellation Frigates? #defenseupdates #ConstellationFrigates #usnavy CHANNEL LINK: Facebook - 🤍 SUPPORT US: Patron: 🤍 AUDIO: scottleffler.com BACKGROUND MUSIC 🤍 "Giant Wyrm" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 🤍 IMAGES USES 🤍marinelink.com / Fincantieri Marinette Marine 🤍 🤍navalnews.com 🤍 🤍brookings.edu 🤍 🤍seaforces.org /marina.difesa.it 🤍 asiatimes.com / Fincantieri Marine Group 🤍 🤍navalnews.com / Fincantieri Marinette Marine 🤍
US navy heard implosion. We dive deep into the thrilling and tragic story of OceanGate's submersible, the Titan, in our new documentary. This engaging narrative charts the heart-stopping search and rescue operations led by the US Navy and Coast Guard, 900 miles east of Cape Cod, following the mysterious disappearance of the Titan. Discover the chilling reality of a race against time, as the rescue teams faced harsh weather conditions, poor visibility and a fast-depleting oxygen supply aboard the submersible. Unearth the shocking delay in the alert sent out about the Titan's disappearance and ponder over the numerous speculations regarding this strange occurrence. Learn about the involvement of various entities, from the Canadian armed forces to commercial and research vessels, in this massive operation. But what was the biggest concern during this rescue mission? Surprisingly, it wasn't the depth or the limited oxygen supply, but the Titan's very structure. Explore the harrowing narrative of this experimental carbon-fiber vessel that went dark, leading to terrifying speculations about its hull being compromised, making it fragile during recovery or even a possible total failure. Gain insights into the chilling events leading up to the discovery of debris from the Titan near the Titanic wreckage on the seafloor and the unfortunate implosion that led to the loss of lives. Intriguingly, the U.S. Navy, with its high-tech acoustic detection system, had picked up the sound of this implosion hours after the Titan started its voyage. But why didn't they immediately disclose this information? And what did the US Navy hear in Titan Submarine's last moments? #titan #oceangate #usnavy 11:16: Credits to 🤍DALLMYD please check this amazing channel and video: 🤍 20:36 Credits to AiTelly. Please check this video: 🤍
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Performance and Vocals by 🤍AvaMarinos Directed by 🤍JolieO Cinematography by 🤍GeorgeRetelas 🎶 Stand, Navy, out to sea, Fight our battle cry; We'll never change our course, So vicious foe steer shy-y-y-y. Roll out the TNT, Anchors Aweigh. Sail on to victory And sink their bones to Davy Jones, hooray! Anchors Aweigh, my boys, Anchors Aweigh. Farewell to college joys, we sail at break of day-ay-ay-ay. Through our last night on shore, drink to the foam, Until we meet once more. Here's wishing you a happy voyage home. 🎶 USS Hornet (CV-12) was commissioned on November 29, 1943. When you visit the Hornet Museum you are literally “stepping into/onto history”. This ship was there at the forefront of WWII in the Pacific where her record of combat accomplishments is legendary. Hornet finished her long career in the news again as she retrieved the Apollo 11 capsule and the astronauts who were the first humans to walk on the surface of the moon. Today the USS Hornet Museum serves as a “living history” destination at Pier 3 in Alameda, where thousands of visitors walk through her “hatches” reliving history through the sights, sounds and even smells that are uniquely Hornet. Since the adoption of our charter in 1998, The USS Hornet Sea, Air & Space Museum has become the preeminent Naval history museum on the West Coast. The USS Hornet is the only aircraft carrier in the United States that is recognized as a National and State Historical Monument as well a repository of over 240 years of American naval military and cultural history and achievements, offering extensive resources for national and international visitors alike. The USS Hornet Sea, Air & Space Museum carries on a rich legacy of “Hornets”, as the first Hornet christened would become one of the most distinguished names in American naval history with her performance in the Revolutionary War. The first two ships in the new Continental Navy were "Hornet" & "Wasp".
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