Naval Legends: Submarine U-995 | World of Warships – YouTube Video

I saw this recently on YouTubeNaval Legends: Submarine U-995 | World of Warships – YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qM7lRESDlg (around 24:56 minutes long).

Wikipedia – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_submarine_U-995

 

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5 Responses to Naval Legends: Submarine U-995 | World of Warships – YouTube Video

    • When I went looking for the U-boat online, I typed in the number wrong and wondered how a sunken U-boat could be made into a museum. Once I watched the video again, I realized my goof.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        You are detailed

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      • I try to be. In a job, it saved me from having to explain why I looked up someone up. The feds would have probably waited 6 – 12 months before asking me about it. Given I researched 1,000 people a week, I wouldn’t have a clue as to why I researched him. By doing a detailed search, I noticed a code I hadn’t seen before and contacted our IT security person. She verified it was a code the person was an employee. When we research employees, we have to alert the IT security person with why we were doing it. Part of my job was researching active employees who were being audited. I then submitted the monthly list to her so when national asked, she could tell them it was okay.

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