USS Montana on a Collision Course

“Again this is the USS Montana requesting that you immediately divert your course 15 degrees to the North to avoid a collision. Over.”
“Please divert your course 15 degrees to the south to avoid collision.”
The American end of the conversation is now taken over by the ship’s captain.
“This is Captain Hancock. You will divert your course. Over.”
“Negative captain. I’m not moving anything. Change your course. Over.”
“Son. This is the USS Montana, the second largest vessel in the North Atlantic Fleet. You WILL change course fifteen degrees North or I will be forced to take measures to ensure the safety of this ship. Over!”
“This is a lighthouse mate. It’s your call… Hello… Captain?”

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"Adventures in Uniform" by was published on December 19th, 2007 and is listed in Assorted Twits, Military.

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Comments on "Adventures in Uniform": 1 Comment

  1. Lope wrote,


    The video reminds me of the one that has the US Navy guy saying “We’re sinking!”

    German Navy guy: “Ya, what are you thinking of?”

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