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A video dedicated to the men and women who serve in the United States Navy, the most powerful Navy in history! The U.S. Navy protects our country and projects its power throughout the world’s oceans. Many of our most prominent leaders got their baptism of fire as members of the Navy, and they can be seen here. It is indeed a pleasure to be able to salute America’s Naval Service with this video!

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    Katrina M
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Go Navy!!!! Thank you to my father, my brother and my daughter for there service.

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Thank you for your service with the world's most powerful Navy, and thank you for watching, Sailor! ANCHORS AWEIGH!!

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    mindfucked27
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Nice video. I leave on the USS Harry Truman in November, should be a good tour!

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    matt180497
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Cant wait to leave for Navy Boot Camp. Asked to deploy early. Gonna be a engineman and maybe a Navy Diver/ underwater welding later on down the road after i get lasik. Navy we the best…

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    3rdgenSailor
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    asfar as my understanding, Gunners Mates do get to shoot the guns on ship, but they also know all the guns in and out, train others on how to use them, and they keep up with the ammo count and the gun's maintenance. There is 2 types of gunners, there is GMM(missiles) and GMG (guns). I believe I'm going to try becoming a GMG.

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    I was a Medic and an EMT-B, what the Navy and the Marines call a Corpsman, and then halfway through my time in the Army they sent me back to school to become a Preventive Dentistry Specialist, (similar to a Dental Hygienist, but not as advanced). What exactly does a Gunner's Mate do? Does it have to do with firing the guns? That is probably a cool job, similar to what artillerymen do in the Army. I spent some time attached to an artillery battery when I was in Kosovo, and it was cool!

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    3rdgenSailor
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Perhaps you remember his name.(Travis Trahan) forgot his rank and mos. Yesterday I spend all day studying, I need to do good in AR+MK+GS+EI and those have to be 204 …I've decided I'm going for Gunners Mate..what was your mos?

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    invizz0ninja
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Thank you very much, and I like to thank you for your service. I just can't wait to join. But thank you

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    Phil Elsner
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    thanks and if i was 20 years old again i would enlist again. phil.

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Same here, bud. I remember I couldn't wait to ship out to Army Basic Training, and it was the best thing I could have ever done. Even now so many years later I'm still going through the positive effects and consequences of my military service, and the same will happen to you. I thank you for stepping forward to serve our country in these difficult moments, and I wish you the very best….HOOYAH!

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    No kidding? I was in Kosovo too, back in the year 2000. That's where I sustained the injury that led to my having to separate from active duty. I remember I studied for the ASVAB for a month straight before taking it, and when I took it I did fine. Just don't let the recruiters rush you. Mine tried, but I told him I would study and then come back, and he had no choice but to accept that.

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    invizz0ninja
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    I can't wait to get into the Navy. I come from a lng rich family heritage of family members serving in the military. Im next, and I will be proud of what I want to do. Go Navy, GO USA

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Let me warn you in advance, friend: If you are one of those far-left idiots across the pond whose favorite pastime is hating my country obsessively, you are not welcome here. We can have a conversation as long as you remain reasonable and rational. Otherwise, I suggest you go find someone else to pester.

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    I never said they couldn't. I said we need to have a presence in the area, along with the U.K., so that together we can act as a strategic counterweight, and there is nothing wrong with that. Afghanistan has nothing to with this discussion but we went in there, again, along with your country, in order to protect our common interests, and that was the right thing to do. Countries protect their interests, and there is nothing wrong with that. We act decisively to protect ours.

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    3rdgenSailor
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    I'll be sure to pass on the appreciation. Yes and no, I've taken the practice ASVAB and made a 50 (math brought me down, and I had to retake it since it skipped the parag. comp. part the first time, and when the recruiter skipped to that part he talked while the time was running). Currently I'm studying for the real test, when my Jack Russell isn't there to rip the book to shreds. Now let me thank you for serving. P.S. my brothers served in the Army, the eldest fought in Kosovo.

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    I hear you, brother. Same here, but in my case it was the U.S. Army.

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    No problem, chief. First, let me thank you for your desire to serve our country in uniform, and please extend my appreciation to your loved ones for their service as well. You certainly can do a lot of things in the modern Navy that your dad and granddad could not have dreamed of, but the key to success will be to pick a rating that will serve you well both in and out of the service. Have you taken the ASVAB tests yet? They will be instrumental in guiding you through that process.

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    And I'm damn proud of you, Sailor! Thank you for serving our country!

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    3rdgenSailor
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Thank you for your reply. Yeah, as my account name stats, I will be the 3rd generation of a Sailor in my family. Both my dad(nuclear engineer) and his dad(aviation equip. keeper) served and both are giving me plenty of info on how it was when they served. The Navy however is very different from their time. My dream list so far is 1.)SEALS 2.) Diver 3.) Air Traffic controller…then a couple others.

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    Phil Elsner
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    i am damm proun to have served in the united states navy.photo mate third class phil elsner ret.

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    I agree. Romney would be Bush 2.0, and would end up flushing what's left of our country down the toilet. Bush tried real hard, but didn't have enough time to complete the job.

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    If I were you I'd try to go for high-tech training that will give you an advantage once you come back to civilian life. The Navy is the perfect place to do that, since they deal with nuclear technologies and advanced electronics in almost every area they work with. I served in the Army, which is a little different, but had I served in the Navy that's what I would have done. The Navy also has the Seabees, who are civil engineers that build important infrastructure. You could look at that too.

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    The Russians are supporting a regime that is willing to engage in mass murder in order to stay in power, and the Russians are doing this in order to maintain their access to the Mediterranean. We need to be there as a strategic counterweight to them and to protect the Syrian population that is getting slaughtered only because they want democracy. That is the reality of the world as it is. We cannot afford to be naive and idealistic in our thinking. That's a recipe for long-term disaster.

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Cameron has never come here to tell us how to do things and to criticize how we do them, and that's the difference. Republicans seem to think that doing this in other countries is OK. That attitude stems from their belief in the idea that we Americans are better and smarter than people from other countries, the much talked about "American Exceptionalism" that has earned us the enmity of the world. For that reason and many others, I wouldn't vote for Romney and the GOP if my life depended on it.

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    Vutxzzn2
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    So I am supposed to accept Prime Minister Cameron's insults of my own home? My very home state? That's a bit of a double standard don't you think. I can't say much about our current C-in-C as he's my boss, but I will vote for Romney rather than Obama. 

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    The errors have nothing to do with Romney being a conceited blowhard elitist. And Cameron was under no obligation to accept being insulted in his own country by a man who lacks integrity and character. Romney's behavior is part of the attitude many Americans project when they go abroad. First thing the Army taught me when I got to Germany: "Don't behave like the typical American asshole that comes here behaving as if they're better than everyone else only because they're from America". 

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    Vutxzzn2
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    I agree Romney could have been more diplomatic, yet I also think Prime Minister Cameron could have worn a thicker skin the day Romney came to town… all things considered, chiefly the plethora of errors that have occurred in this years Olympic Games. The Palestine/Israel comment were bad. I point out that it's pride not arrogance, I concede that many may take it that way, and many may actually portray that. I agree that Americans can miss the line between Pride and Hubris, yet I try not to. 

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Yes, I am a veteran, and you're welcome. You may disagree all you want, but when you say that we can be arrogant if we choose only because we are the most powerful, that is being a braggart. There is a very fine line between pride and hubris, and we Americans very often have trouble ascertaining where that line is for some reason. That is the reason why most of the world does not like us. Look at what Mitt Romney is doing all over Europe right now, being an arrogant and condescending jackass.

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    Vutxzzn2
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Simply put… I disagree. If you are a Vet, then thanks, but we've a right to be proud. Pride is not being a braggart necessarily and neither should it called conceit nor hubris. In many it may produce that kind of attitude. Pride can produce vanity, aye, but sometimes… Pride in something is simply that pride. So much is my point. 

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Nobody likes a braggart. I agree to an extent with what you've said, but there's no justification for being arrogant, regardless of what the facts may be. We are very, very strong, but that doesn't give us the right to lord it over other countries as if it made us better somehow. That kind of behavior is the reason why we are disliked in a good portion of the globe. We Americans seriously need to drop the conceited, arrogant and hubristic attitudes that have earned us the enmity of the world.

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    Vutxzzn2
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    The Royal Navy has every right to be proud of her history and power, now and then… but today the United States is the most powerful, and today she can be arrogant, if she chooses. No force in over a century and a half has been able to humble her when they've tried. And even at the height of the power of the Royal Navy, we had a strong punch to give. The fact of the matter is. It's not arrogance, it's pride, and we've every right to be proud. 

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Yo escogi hacer mi vida aqui en los E.U.A hace ya mucho tiempo, pero eso no quiere decir que le tengo que perder el carin~o a Mexico. Mi papa es Mexicano y yo todavia tengo muchos tios y primos alla. Sigo los eventos nacionales Mexicanos con interes, como la ultima eleccion, y eso no quiere decir que deje de ser Estadounidense o que le pierda carin~o a los Estados Unidos, en cuya vida nacional estoy muy metido tambien. Tu eres muy joven y no haz vivido lo necesario para comprender esto.

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    mexiacn100boy
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    si tu video es fantastico! y este, eso de tus nacioalidades! no puedes tener un pie fuera y un pie adentro tienes que escojer entre Mexico o EUA no puedes aser juramentos a dos banderas! a dos naciones!

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    And I send a salute right back to you both! Thank her for her service in the most powerful Navy in the world, and thank you for watching! ];-) 

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Yo vivi en el D.F. muchos an~os durante mi infancia y adolescencia con mi papa, cerca de Perisur, y termine la secundaria y la prepa. Fui miembro del EJEMEX de 1989 a 1990. Mi mama era Estadounidense, y vivi con ella en Miami mucho tiempo. En 1999 entre al Ejercito de los E.U., del cual cause baja en 2003. Tengo las dos nacionalidades, y no me gusta ver a Mexicanos y Estadounidenses peleando y alegando pendejadas, porque yo llevo las dos sangres dentro de mi. Gracias por ver mi video!

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    mexiacn100boy
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    I am Mexican live down here at the Capital! and my Respects go out to USA and her armed forces! If there's ever a war between China and USA, USA has my personal Support!

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    Christian Vidauri
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    The United states navy my sister is in bootcamp right now she's E2 I salute her and the rest of the United states army. 

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    Barnacle9
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Nice, I like it. Go Navy!

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    Bob Sit
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    As a Retired Navy Hospital Corpsman, all I have to say is FANTASTIC

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    logan norris
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    @rusttrail3 yeah… or Russian 

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    Cantankerous65
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Man the US navy is by far the best in the world just by numbers alone no other country stands a chance good thing cause am American 

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    @ptpt1 You are right, but I think that's a somewhat dubious distinction that I wouldn't necessarily be proud of. The strategic goal of the U.S. Navy today is far more positive, as it isn't trying to impose the will of an anti-democratic, imperialistic regime on the rest of the world, which is what the Royal Navy was effectively doing in its heyday. I love Great Britain, so please don't get me wrong. I'm not trying to bash them at all, but history is what it is, whether we like it or not. 

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    x ray
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    @armyveteran101
    Yeah, I see your point, the USN is the most powerful now and the Spanish Armada was never that powerful, we defeated them with a smaller, less organised Navy.
    Yeah fact it is. 

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    @MrXray2011 I know it sounds like arrogance, but that is reality. Yes, the Royal Navy was the most powerful in the world in its time, and so was the Spanish Armada. However, in terms of force projection abilities, technological capabilities, and raw firepower, the U.S. Navy is the most powerful in human history. Other navies had those qualities too, but not at the same level. I apologize if this sounds like bragging, but that is absolutely not my intention. I'm just stating facts.

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    x ray
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    You can't call it the "most powerful navy the world has even seen" the Royal Navy was the most powerful… it's relative… yes it is the most powerful navy now but as I have just said it's relative to the time/era, 1760-1950 the Royal Navy was the most powerful… Don't get me wrong the US and the USN is good and I respect the fact that you are now the most powerful, it just seems a little arrogant to call it the most powerful the world has even seen. 

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    armyveteran101st
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    @BeUnotATVrobot Stop spamming and get your head out of your ass, clown.

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    invizz0ninja
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    @TowerHamletsNeil than why did a lot of y'alls battleships, aircraft carrier, and escort ships been destroyed and asked the US for more ships to help protect its country from the Germans?

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    invizz0ninja
    January 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    @TheCharlie359 hey Im an American and I respect your branch as I respect my branch. I hope nothing happens to both of our branches. They'll always help together and forget bout the Revolutionary War.

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