Friday, January 27, 2012

Sea Stories

At the request of a couple of friends, I'm going to start including a few "sea stories" in my posts. It's important that you understand what these are, they are "sea stories." Some of them are true, some are ledgends told over beers late at night when reason and sanity have been discarded. Of the ones that are true, some are personal experience, and some are not. They are told for fun and to capture the "essence" of the men who served in diesel submarines. They were a very special breed of men.

I don't know how good I'll be at writing them, how often I will do it, or for how long I will keep it up. That will, in part, depend on your comments. Let me know what you think. I'm going to call it the "Subron 8" series, because I liked the squadron insignia, which included a dolphin and an eight ball.

The stories:
Told 01/27/2012: The Skipper's Car.
Told 02/08/2012: A Joke Backfires
Told 02/15/2012: Black Smoker
Told 02/28/2012: We Have Air
Told 02/29/2012: Captain's Mast
Told 03/11/2012: Liberty "Cancelled"
Told 03/24/2012: The Admiral's Kid
Told 05/05/2012: Semper Fi, Part 1
Told 05/07/2012: Semper Fi, Part 2
Told 05/27/2012: Small Arms
Told 02/21/2015: Comms Etiquette
Told 04/26/2018: Inland Sea Cruise
Told 11/14/2018: Flaming The Brass
Told 11/25/2018: Sea Stores

Told 07/06/2023: Shark Guard

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