STRAPPED INTO A SINKING HELICOPTER (with U.S. Marines)
   
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These instructors are probably so skilled they could come to the surface in a real life situation with a lit cigarette in their lips.
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written by BSR

*promote
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written by eric3579

Promoting this video and sending it back into the queue for one more try; last queued Monday, October 22nd, 2018 4:12am PDT - promote requested by eric3579.
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written by siftbot

*water *learn
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written by ant

Adding video to channels (Water) - requested by ant.
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written by siftbot

*fear
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written by ant

Adding video to channels (Fear) - requested by ant.
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written by siftbot

Funny, I started watching this thinking the same thing Destin did.... "I'm an experienced diver... I'm super comfortable being underwater, even upside down and in enclosed spaces"

and then they talked about letting your sinuses flood... and my brain went "nope, not having that".

*quality video about not panicing in a tough situation.

Also, I had kind of assumed that being able to swim was a prerequisite for a MARINE!
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written by ChaosEngine

Boosting this quality contribution up in the Hot Listing - declared quality by ChaosEngine.
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written by siftbot

Did he just sneak in a life lesson at the end?

As someone who doesn't know how to swim very well (my feet and hips sink and I basically make big splashes across the water in an huge effort to avoid sinking) I'd be super panicked in this situation.
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written by RFlagg


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