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Old 04-13-2013, 09:29 PM   #131
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Yup.

I'll just stay quiet the way a good submariner should. I usually stay safe where it is 70 degrees and fluorescent all day (and night....and day, and night, and day and night...). I'm obviously not qualified to continue in this thread.
Sounds like I'd always have a headache. Do they have a lot of aspirin on board?
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Sounds like I'd always have a headache. Do they have a lot of aspirin on board?
I give out a lot of it. Especially once oxygen gets below 18%. Got Tylenol and Motrin too.

Still safer than a lot of other places I've been as a Corpsman. Most of my headaches come from all the paperwork resulting fromthe hot rock we use to make steam.
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Old 04-14-2013, 11:36 PM   #133
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I read recently that the British has decided to replace the Browning Highpower with the Glock 17. Sounds like a winner to me. Could be something our military may consider. Dogwalk

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The British for the most part carry the sig p226. They may have some units that carry something else.

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Air Force OSI carry the p226 as well.

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