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Inside a Navy Submarine (02:54)

Petty Officer 2nd Class Andrew Crandall describes his job as a fire control technician on the USS Montpelier, a Navy submarine.

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Petty Officer 2nd Class Andrew Crandall describes his job as a fire control technician on the USS Montpelier, a Navy submarine. In this capacity, Crandall is responsible for maintaining and operating computers related to the submarine’s fire control system. Submarines are critical to the Navy because they can fire missiles or torpedoes at targets, and they can also help insert special forces into combat situations.

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