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Published on May 30, 2009
Even in time of war, the US Submarine Service only mans its boats with volunteers. Even then, it only takes the best of those who do volunteer. That is why the sailors in the submarine service are known as the best of the best in the navy. To be a submarine sailor means that you have not only met but exceeded the expectations of the United States Navy. A submarine sailor can expect to spend long months underwater, never surfacing, never smelling fresh-air, in cramped quarters, and working 12 to 16 hour days, 7 days a week while at sea. Any submarine sailor will tell you that they dont just have shipmates, they have family.