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Are on the deck of the US that's why Albert got an academy graduate has given that you're a hotel and a -- for a did you -- you're from North Carolina.
And you are graduate of the United States Naval Academy -- -- KT I am a graduate 2009.
You're gonna and three year you mean and what's your job I will be the alleged and the -- -- Tiger -- products well you know now what do you do what does -- will DryShips.
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In new York at great week and -- on the US has brought a bit about that you're now right -- right now that you walk.
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I'm at least one is U -- of this plan does this -- driven.
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8700 pound boiler at -- home operates aircraft -- from short the joint strike fighter helicopters.
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Airport right planning their partners -- -- added our nose takes what does that do go out there that cat hospital sent answer.
Yes we do heavy large.
On -- he -- and he and doing humanitarian missions.
All right so another words you have a hospital on the ship because in wartime that's -- -- -- the wounded at a time you do it has hospital -- and he's going.
We we do a lot of humanitarian aid Amin.
We are involved in nations like hey I'm going on there out -- the earthquake bring -- people.
To the ship.
-- open from the yellow fever -- -- me.
Just debris following all of doing surgery we have -- surgical teams on board the ship and we couldn't do anywhere from between the two -- surgery.
It bothered Tenet now we see what that -- -- but we're gonna see that you don't probably do it all out right the United States marine perhaps.
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Now standing in front of an osprey.
And let's go to our greatest line perhaps just and a Marine Corps but a lot of People's Bank.
And the entire place.
So we've got an osprey tell me you are -- -- for a.
-- -- -- -- -- -- How much your job my job flighty and -- -- -- two osprey.
And what I bet this is -- -- twenty osprey aircraft that takes off like helicopter flies like an airplane goes back and lands like a helicopter.
And muddy and -- it's magical.
Airplanes are under an airplane tilt tilt rotor had router.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Exactly.
Our job is salt support so was assault support aircraft primarily carrying Marines up to two point or Marines into most austere environments in the world.
Including the -- of Afghanistan.
And then it's also jobs are just -- cargo transport.
As balls aerial delivery of carrying cargo underneath the aircraft carrying cargo within the aircraft and probably -- -- one the most important jobs -- evacuation.
Our without laughing around about it at this is that this is an aircraft that goes into the hostile environments in the world -- the mountains of Afghanistan slowly.
And how many times.
-- just really happening -- I think the average car.
Right now we have.
Six squadrons located on the East Coast marine corps air station new river right now -- three squadrons on the West Coast and earmark.
-- -- going to be transitioning all the old CH 46 squadrons.
So we're gonna have.
But attend the wall -- and -- each -- have an older aircraft.
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