We can not fathom any other way of carrying it out, as just because one thing works in drydock, does not mean it shall at sea. Sea trials can be pretty fun to watch, because the ships are pushed by them to extremes of rate, ...
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- I can't fathom any other way of doing it, as just because something works in drydock, doesn't mean it will at sea. Sea trials can be pretty fun to watch, because they push the ships to extremes of speed, turning, and stopping that they would normally only do in emergencies.
- Link to video(s) of this?
- Liam Neeson? o.o
- If you're referring to the narrator, I don't believe so.
- my dad used to do testing of nuclear missile submarines for the US navy, and the last test you was to spin the submarine along every single axis, as well as a few other maneuvers. The purpose was to look for any tools left on board in a nook or cranny that could fly out and hit a sailor.
- Right full rudder! Reverse starboard engine!
- Totally read that in Connery's accent.
- Right full rudder! Reversh shtarboard engine!
- Shubshcribed. Thanksh!
- I didn't even bother clicking this because I assumed it didn't exist. Then I saw it was the Subreddit of the Day today... I should have known better...
- "Captain, we're out of the lane!" "You're relieved!"
- Same here man
- A Crazy Ivan doesn't help in this situation!
- Isn't this ship turning portside though?
- It's leaning to its portside, which means it's a hard to starboard turn. Read more comments