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First Norwich woman to train for nuclear sub duty

Discussion in 'Publicly and Privately Funded Military Colleges' started by NorwichDad, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. NorwichDad

    NorwichDad 5-Year Member

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    patentesq Parent 5-Year Member

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    This is awesome!!!!
     
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    bruno 5-Year Member Retired Staff Member

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    It is awesome. I had to laugh thinking about the Washington interviews- I can recall my roommate's stories of being verbally assaulted by Admiral Rickover with all sorts of bizarre questions I guess designed to rattle you. (Didn't hurt him any as he retired as a Captain and is still working in the field as a Civilian.)
    Good luck to Cadet Holland:thumb: BTW - do you think it's just coincidence that she has the last name of one of the fathers of the Submarine Force John Holland? It's a good omen anyway!:wink:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Philip_Holland
     
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    patentesq Parent 5-Year Member

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    I didn't pick up the "Holland" point until you mentioned it. Very interesting!
     

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