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PO1 Command Services
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Why would you throw a phone away without wiping it first? But to have those types of pictures....well I'm at a loss for words....
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MSgt Curtis Ellis
MSgt Curtis Ellis
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Maybe the town dump was a drop off spot... Just the wrong guy picked it up... Not saying this to be funny, but in cases like this, anything is possible...
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LCDR Rabbah Rona Matlow
LCDR Rabbah Rona Matlow
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PO1 (Join to see) - there were no cell phones in my submarine days, so I can't answer that. I can tell you that on Surface Ships, we had all matter of comm gear that was unsecure, in secure spaces...

That guy makes me embarrassed to have been a snipe
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SGT Randal Groover
SGT Randal Groover
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LCDR Rabbah Rona Matlow - Sir, No matter how many apples you pick, there is a bad one in every bunch.
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PO1 Donald Hammond
PO1 Donald Hammond
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Even before cellphones, we had the rules about no cameras. But I know people snuck them back to take pictures. Only way to stop it was to catch them redhanded. Of course back then we would have just taken the camera, pulled out the film, and made him clean the bilges for a good long while.
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SCPO David Lockwood
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He needs to go through legal processes. God bless him if he did this with malicious intent.
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MSgt Curtis Ellis
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Cell phone, laptop and a camera with illegal photographs of the inside of a classified US Navy nuclear powered attack submarine, then trying to destroy said evidence after learning the FBI was investigating him... No, I don't think he intentionally did anything to harm the U.S. or had any intentions to aid foreign nationals... LOL! Yeah, right...
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