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SSG Physical Security Nco
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Someone is in trouble.
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PO3 Steven Sherrill
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LTC (Join to see) I think the by stander summed it up pretty well "Oh Shit"
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CPT Jack Durish
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Methinks alcohol may have been involved. I was on a Disney cruise ship (similar size) a year and a half ago and marveled at the ship handling in tight spaces without tugs. Bow and stern thrusters ghosted the ship into harbors and alongside docks without touching anything. The one driving this ship was completely out of control, and the bow and stern thrusters are clearly being used after the collision.
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Thank you, Greg, for your expertise in this matter! Bravo Zulu!
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SN Greg Wright
SN Greg Wright
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PO3 Bob McCord - Certainly. But it could have been a mechanical casualty. Or an idiot pilot. Or any number of factors.
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CPT Jack Durish
CPT Jack Durish
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SN Greg Wright - Yes, I noticed the anchor, too. Probably acted more like a grapple to fish up some pilings and do even more damage
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CPT Jack Durish
CPT Jack Durish
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PO3 Bob McCord - I wrote a computer program for a San Clemente class oiler working the route between Valdez and LA. It hit the long dock in SF harbor at one quarter knot and took out a huge chunk of a concrete 12 feet thick
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