How to Surface a Submarine in the Arctic Ocean - Smarter Every Day 260

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SmarterEveryDay

I know this is a 42 minute video... but man is was stuff fascinating. The Nuclear Submarine Deep Dive has been incredibly amazing, and I'm grateful to have been given such an incredible opportunity. Thank you for giving me your time and allocating some of your precious time to learn this stuff with me. I'm grateful. The complete Nuclear Submarine Deep Dive Playlist is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5d6SEQQbwtU&list=PLjHf9jaFs8XWoGULb2HQRvhzBclS1yimW Sign up here and I'll email you new videos: https://www.smartereveryday.com/email-list Thank you for your continued support, whether it's simply subscribing to this channel, or supporting on Patreon or whatever.. I'm grateful.

Vor 9 Monate
Adam Ratajewicz
Adam Ratajewicz

Ya Ya is a

Vor 18 Stunden
StevenHerbs
StevenHerbs

This reads like an apology for having such a long video, but having finished it now, I wish it had been longer! This was a cool snapshot into the operations of Navy submarines.

Vor 16 Tage
Mike mccardle
Mike mccardle

L

Vor Monat
Stephen Girty
Stephen Girty

This was awesome.

Vor Monat
Dark Star
Dark Star

I don't see an underwater tank full of soldiers. I see an unruly tube of gases and fluids carefully controlled through another world where nothing is as you know it by engineers and scientists. It must be another world, it is like they are traveling through deep space. Destined let me ask you this. Which are you more afraid of now, Space or the crushing depths? Tangent A submarine is complicated enough to equal the level of complexity in a powered airship with better speed and manoeuvrability then any in existence right now IF it could also go to space. But wow it crushes the sub by design and there's a string as a genius easy way yet terrying, to tell how much deflection the sub is sustaining. A physical analog of the external pressure on the sub. I imagine if it snaps that's also the physical indication the max depth has been exceeded as that's what I would do knowing the string gets tighter. I think that's information that means nothing if you don't know the depth but who's that guy that used paper to that's bomb yields. Scary to imagine how deep destined is since he is a smart man and very worried and cool part is she still has at a guess upper limit 30% left if it travelled 4 inches to be that tight.

Vor Monat
Rhett Shull
Rhett Shull

This is mind blowing, there’s so much more to a submarine than I could have ever imagined.

Vor 9 Monate
Martin Bettler
Martin Bettler

Yes, it's absolutely mind blowing, but not only what's IN the video, but even more how it's made. Incredible efforts! Thx, SED, for the whole series!

Vor 3 Monate
DMSProduktions
DMSProduktions

Da REAL nooklear wessel!

Vor 4 Monate
G Mac
G Mac

@Super Geek would have been nice to hear Rhett playing a telecaster with a Marshall 50 watt Amp under the ice . But I get it we can't have our enemies hearing the good stuff. Thanks 😊

Vor 4 Monate
Super Geek
Super Geek

@G Mac Sorry. Subs *RARELY* use active sonar --- therefore, there's no beat. I'm pretty sure that if you held an acoustic guitar against the metal of the hull on the inside of the boat, though, that the sound would project out into the water. It would also be likely to result in a visit from the Ops Officer. Sound projection is very much frowned upon.

Vor 4 Monate
G Mac
G Mac

Still waiting to hear Rhett play guitar through the hull of a submarine to the beat of the sonar.

Vor 4 Monate
Roy
Roy

The access the Navy allowed Destin on this sub was incredible, truly an honor for him and us, his audience.

Vor 4 Monate
Stephen A
Stephen A

@Wilbur Worm then you'll no doubt like the Sub Brief channel too: it's what got me interested in submarines.

Vor Monat
Wilbur Worm
Wilbur Worm

Absolutely fascinating

Vor Monat
Mikolaj Sitko
Mikolaj Sitko

@David P Say whatever you want, but it's effective for sure. I want to sail on nuclear submarine after watching this and i'm not even american!

Vor Monat
Roy
Roy

​@DraculaIf it involved the CIA it would not fit the title of the channel

Vor 2 Monate
Dracula
Dracula

now do one in The CIA head office

Vor 2 Monate
Cuajo Panzon
Cuajo Panzon

At first I was like "why is this video so damned long?" then, after what seemed like only a few minutes, I was like "wait, no why is it over already!" - way to make this so interesting and immersive! Thanks, Destin!

Vor 3 Monate
Jack Connors
Jack Connors

AGREE, IT FLEW!!!!!!! WISH IT WAS TWICE AS LONG! THANKS!

Vor 17 Tage
Anthony McDevitt
Anthony McDevitt

I'm sad the series is over. This is arguably some of the best content on your channel. I hope to see similar style stuff in the future.

Vor 2 Monate
Tad Craze
Tad Craze

I don’t spend over 20 minutes on YouTube video usually, but this was absolutely worth it. Amazing content!

Vor 4 Monate
Thinking man
Thinking man

@Hugh Huang ive learned more about culture and whatever else I like to learn

Vor 19 Tage
Austin Rice
Austin Rice

@Wayzor yea bro and it make things worse, unless u talking kush

Vor 3 Monate
RobloxRobot
RobloxRobot

@Wayzor jesus

Vor 3 Monate
Wayzor
Wayzor

They make ADHD medicine now.

Vor 3 Monate
Axel Foley
Axel Foley

@Tad Craze ...Just a joke, man, lol.

Vor 3 Monate
Dro0när
Dro0när

Can’t wait for the Smarter Every Day International Space Station Series

Vor 9 Monate
Henry Read
Henry Read

Seriously I’m slowly wondering about the join the navy see the world, is space force gonna have a similar saying? See the world from the moon maybe 🤔

Vor 17 Stunden
H Collins
H Collins

"Thanks, Elon!"

Vor 10 Tage
KCJbomberFTW
KCJbomberFTW

@Veezerr Scharnfrost he might actually miss the ISS and go up to the next gen American space station

Vor 13 Tage
KCJbomberFTW
KCJbomberFTW

@Saurabh Kumar Singh they literally did this EXACT thing last month

Vor 13 Tage
KCJbomberFTW
KCJbomberFTW

@Get some knowledge it easily could.. SpaceX launched tourists up to the ISS last month A nuclear sub is harder to get onto now adays security wise

Vor 13 Tage
Randy Swiger
Randy Swiger

Thank you US Navy for allowing us to step into the submarine world, it was awesome.

Vor 3 Monate
Josh W
Josh W

Agreed 1000%

Vor Monat
Lukas Kapelke
Lukas Kapelke

I'm slowly working my way through all of the content on this channel and every single video feels like those rare instances in high school, when something actually sparked your interest and you wanted to understand it and know more about it. Thank you for putting all of this amazing knowledge out there for free!

Vor 4 Monate
Schnertblatt
Schnertblatt

. . . When he speaks about hovering, I can't imagine how extremely difficult it would be on an Attack Boat without a dedicated Hovering System. Both Boats I was on were Ballistic Missile Boats that had a Hovering System which was dedicated to keeping the Boat at a precise depth at 0° bubble! Kudos to these highly skilled Attack Boat Submariners!

Vor 4 Monate
Schnertblatt
Schnertblatt

@Patrick Winn I was on the STONEWALL JACKSON and the TECUMSEH and both of them had a Hovering & Depth-Control System for Missile launches.

Vor 2 Monate
Patrick Winn
Patrick Winn

Chief of the watch pump out 2000 from the forward tank. I don't remember a hovering system on my boomer, and I stood many a watch in the control room. If we had one it was the stern and fairwater planesman. USS Henry L Stimson 75-79 Gold

Vor 2 Monate
Ezra Labandeira
Ezra Labandeira

@GOD's BEAUTIFUL FLAT EARTH globe

Vor 3 Monate
GOD's BEAUTIFUL FLAT EARTH
GOD's BEAUTIFUL FLAT EARTH

Flat Earth.

Vor 4 Monate
Clifford Thompson
Clifford Thompson

I was on a Sturgeon class and we had a hovering system. However our main valve leaked so much that it could not maintain depth properly. Bummer since it knocked us out of a dive operation with Seals using the escape hatch.

Vor 4 Monate
LongDogRacing
LongDogRacing

Destin, "once in a lifetime" doesn't even begin to the describe the opportunity presented to you with this experience. You deserved every minute of it, and we are grateful for you sharing all the details in your classic smarter-every-day way! Thank you!

Vor 4 Monate
Jay Em
Jay Em

This is a very honest and smart way for the Navy to recruit and definitely beats a flashy advertising campaign. You can't say you don't know what you are getting yourself into after this! Such a great series.

Vor 9 Monate
InSomnia DrEvil
InSomnia DrEvil

This series really is the definition of a win-win-collaboration :)

Vor 24 Tage
Maverickib
Maverickib

@Grimm Reaper NJP. He was trying to do something called "hot swapping." In normal operation, you pressurize one sans tank, blow it empty, vent the pressure, then repeat on a different tank. He blew the first tank like normal, but tried to roll the pressure over to the next one to skip the venting/rebuilding pressure process. It is significantly faster, but absolutely not an authorized procedure, because if a single venting line is left open, such as in our case, the entire fresh tank of sans will be blown through it with no way to stop it once it has started.

Vor 3 Monate
Grimm Reaper
Grimm Reaper

@Maverickib what happened to the lad that messed up the valve lineup? Also did he leave just one wrong valve open or shut the wrong one?

Vor 3 Monate
neutrino78x
neutrino78x

@Maverickib In 1999 when I joined they gave me the choice of submarine sonar or (submarine) fire control. I went with sonar. Wanted to be close to the action and have as much need to know as possible :) love getting to say "I can't tell you" when I know, but can't tell. :) I got out 2003. :)

Vor 4 Monate
Donald Hutchings
Donald Hutchings

@Maverickib LOL Never happened to me but I lost count of the number of officers wearing their rig for red goggles that have experienced this humbling event.

Vor 4 Monate
John Doe
John Doe

The sub series was one of the most informative and interesting things I’ve ever seen. Thank you Destin and U.S. Navy!

Vor 4 Monate
Nate
Nate

Watched every minute of this entire series and it was outstanding! Thanks Destin, USNavy and to everyone who made this content possible. Great stuff!

Vor 4 Monate
Ina Gaddadavida
Ina Gaddadavida

Great Adventure!! I was in the Navy 10 years, and this brings back such great memories of how amazing the Navy can be. I was a Hospital Corpsmen, and had a very diverse experience, from assisting surgeons in hundreds of surgical procedures (in hospitals and combat tents), working as a Navy Instructor, developing an EMT program, as well as working as a Deputy Public Affairs Officer--my highest paygrade was E-5, but the Navy provided me with a Masters Degree. I recommend any young person to pursue a career in the Navy. I was interested in working on a sub when I was considering my career path. That path did not match my personality enough, however. Think about how these sailors exist in such tight spaces. Not only are they selected for their extremely high intellectual capabilities, they also posses untouchable emotional stability. So basically, they are a very tight family of very well adjusted people, doing one of the greatest jobs on the planet.

Vor 3 Monate
Tim L
Tim L

Absolutely amazing! Fascinating learning about this sub. Everyone you talked to were extremely smart in their knowledge of their specialty, and they all worked as a team because they all depended on each other. The Navy is in good hands with these dedicated sailors. We are all Smarter after watching these videos. Thank you for these series!

Vor 4 Monate
olimpiacookiethrower
olimpiacookiethrower

Wait, this was 42 minutes long? This felt like 20 or even less. Truly one of the most interesting series I've watched and enjoyed in a long time.

Vor 9 Monate
WayStedYou
WayStedYou

Felt like 20 for me too. Probably because it was at 2x speed

Vor 3 Monate
Fromatic
Fromatic

Saw this comment when just a couple minutes in and thought dont be silly, next thing I know he's wrapping up and 40 minutes have passed without me even realising

Vor 5 Monate
Alexandre Salau
Alexandre Salau

That is the answer.

Vor 9 Monate
dmitrmax
dmitrmax

Do not watch on 2x speed, dude! =)

Vor 9 Monate
Mike Walker
Mike Walker

This video had me hooked. I didn't even realize it had been that long.

Vor 9 Monate
Spaghetti
Spaghetti

4:45 a civilian literally just told them when to dive. Even though they were humoring him... the fact of giving one command to the entire boat had to feel great if only for a few seconds.

Vor 3 Monate
The Kanthal Kid
The Kanthal Kid

This was an awesome series!! My dad was on a Submarine in the US navy during Vietnam. He told me stories, but seeing this was amazing. Thank you!

Vor 4 Monate
Rexx
Rexx

What an amazing series! Never had a clue what it was like on a submarine or why anyone would want to be trapped under water for months, but now I can see how interesting it can be.

Vor 2 Monate
SamSpade
SamSpade

The submarine information is awesome, but I think the best part of this documentary was the great folks of the US Navy. How blessed I feel knowing those guys are there every day protecting our great nation. Great video.

Vor 3 Monate
Chris Bowden
Chris Bowden

Seeing the photos of the kids behind the captain made me realise that you’re letting the families of this crew see what their parents and loved ones do. Someone gets to go “That’s my Dad!” And that’s a super special gift.

Vor 9 Monate
wxjet
wxjet

I had the privilege of living on a sub base as a kid, and yeah, this video would have been very special to my friends if YouTube was a thing then. Not seeing your parents for months at a time is tough, but you're also very proud knowing that somewhere out there they are doing important work with other outstanding individuals, for the best navy in the world. Kudos to the Navy for doing what they can for the families.

Vor 9 Monate
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橙色 Daidaiiro Clips ch.

Motivation.

Vor 9 Monate
Valerie Quarles
Valerie Quarles

Yes, my dad is a former (nuclear) submariner and this was absolutely wonderful! So much to talk about with him and he's had a blast reminiscing as well.

Vor 9 Monate
Panma
Panma

18:41 for those who want timestamp btw

Vor 9 Monate
Ian
Ian

@Alexander Gavey proud yes... coolest kid in elementary not likely lol

Vor 9 Monate
PantherMom512
PantherMom512

FASCINATING! I can't remember another series that pulled me in with amazing KNOWLEDGE that I never knew I was missing out on. Thank You, ALL. And, Go Navy! 🥳

Vor 3 Monate
mcglsr2
mcglsr2

This was just absolutely amazing, thank you for doing it, and thanks to the men and women on and related to the boat that let this happen. Much appreciated :)

Vor 3 Monate
Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes

Excellent video series, thank you! I had no idea that these submarines are so sophisticated, and it made me all kinds of happy to learn about all of the engineering that went into them.

Vor 3 Tage
Carlos V
Carlos V

AWESOME, IMPRESSIVE maneuvers! Amazing documentary. Thank you Destin! And thanks to the U.S. Navy individuals who facilitated this and, to the submarine team that allow us to see your amazing, work. You make us proud!

Vor 3 Monate
NightHawkInLight
NightHawkInLight

42 minutes... man I had stuff to do today Edit: Cartesian divers are one of my favorite physics toys. I've been trying to figure out different games to play in the bottle for a few years. I've haven't gotten far. Double edit: Good thing you kept the popcorn ceiling. Made for a great illustration. Triple edit: Great series. Congrats on 10M!

Vor 9 Monate
Stig Godding
Stig Godding

I think the toy you are looking for is called "Dyna-Diver". Had this toy in the 70's when I was a kid, I loved it so much when it broke I bought another one. There are many images/info on the web. :-)

Vor 9 Monate
EmElTea
EmElTea

@arfyness yes, in the 80's, maybe early 90's. It immediately reminded me of that.

Vor 9 Monate
i'm subbing to everyone that subs me
i'm subbing to everyone that subs me

Y'all have so much subs........

Vor 9 Monate
Auntie Carol
Auntie Carol

Get your cartesian diver through some kind of maze in the bottle?

Vor 9 Monate
Ronan Furlong
Ronan Furlong

A hook on the bottom of the diver, pieces on the base of the bottle with a loop or ring and try to hook or catch the pieces

Vor 9 Monate
Steve
Steve

Great video Dustin! Many of us have been curious about submarines, and particularly the nuclear variety and your video answered many questions. As much as I believe we should be diverting some of the money we spend arming ourselves to the teeth, I can only be humbled to see the great people who are doing the work.

Vor 4 Monate
Ryan d'Esterre
Ryan d'Esterre

I just want to say “thank you so much” for making these videos. I appreciate you and all the wonderful people you came in contact with in making them. You’re doing a great thing.

Vor 4 Monate
Alan John
Alan John

Destin, thank you for this great series about our nuclear submarines and especially while under the ice. As a submariner on boomer subs in the 1970's I always wanted to go under the ice, never did but your series and the members of the boat you visited made it near possible via youtube. Thanks again and to my fellow submariners God Bless!

Vor 4 Monate
L L
L L

Wow! This is truly incredible content. Thank you Destin for producing this amazing series. Kudos!!

Vor 3 Monate
Jim Goolsby
Jim Goolsby

Just watched the diving and surfacing videos. Awesome job. Thanks for sharing these incredible videos. Informative and entertaining.

Vor 3 Monate
Ivan Lopez
Ivan Lopez

This is one of the coolest video I have ever seen! Thank you for making this content! You are so lucky to be able to do this. Thanks for taking us along!

Vor 25 Tage
nicholi2789
nicholi2789

This has got to be the most fascinating 42 minutes I’ve experienced in a long time. Felt like 5 minutes.

Vor 3 Monate
Ben Renner
Ben Renner

Just revisited the series and it still blows my mind how hard and complicated things are in the world underwater.

Vor 2 Monate
DWS Outdoors
DWS Outdoors

I can't be the only one who is EXTREMELY happy that of all people Destin was able to experience this! You were the right person for the job Destin!

Vor 9 Monate
thirdeyevision11
thirdeyevision11

100%. We're so lucky to have him. Thank you, Destin!

Vor 9 Monate
pvic
pvic

@SmarterEveryDay thank _you_ for the amazing videos

Vor 9 Monate
The Worlds End
The Worlds End

@SmarterEveryDay you do outstanding work

Vor 9 Monate
DWS Outdoors
DWS Outdoors

@Cogumelos Azuis I second, third and fourth that! 😂 It would be an insight into space like no one else could provide!

Vor 9 Monate
DWS Outdoors
DWS Outdoors

@SmarterEveryDay just keep doing what you do Destin many people around the world are able to learn more than they ever could in any kind of school setting and I for one appreciate that! So thank you again!

Vor 9 Monate
Steve S.
Steve S.

Thank you Destin, and CMDR Cornell! What an interesting set of videos you've made. I really enjoyed it and have passed it on to friends.

Vor 3 Monate
Chuck Reynolds
Chuck Reynolds

This entire series was ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC. I can't say enough how much I learned and appreciate the hard work to make this; and thanks to the Navy for actually letting this happen... amazing.

Vor 4 Monate
Legendary2o17
Legendary2o17

Another incredible video, Dustin! I know this may sound sappy, but my favorite part is when your video begins, but my least favorite part is when it ends. SO MUCH INFORMATION! Love it!

Vor 4 Monate
Gord Reddy
Gord Reddy

Dustin, you never cease to amaze me with your good grace, humility and off the chart quality of content and production. Thanks for making me smile!

Vor 4 Monate
Bob Ellison
Bob Ellison

Destin, I spent almost 4 years on an attack sub, taking her all the way to decommissioning. I was one of the guys operating the reactor in the back that I’m sure you didn’t get to see during your visit. I’ve really enjoyed your series and am quite surprised the Navy allowed you to do it - you must have really impressed someone higher up!

Vor 9 Monate
Diogenes
Diogenes

@Timmy2Fingerz chances are you gonna share your coffin with them. so better be a teamplayer inside a sub.

Vor 8 Monate
iowafarmboy
iowafarmboy

From his previous job working on missle development, he no doubt has the clearance level that made the navy much more comfortable with him doing this.

Vor 8 Monate
Antonio Hernandez
Antonio Hernandez

How many Roentgen did u get ?

Vor 9 Monate
Mike Sutton
Mike Sutton

Bob, thank you for your service and great to here your perspective….and I thought the same thing about his access. From his time with the Thunderbirds, I think all Branches see him as an awesome promotional outlet (more organic maybe). Anyway, thank you Sir!!

Vor 9 Monate
John Boze
John Boze

Chinese "UAPs" are deployed from submarine and operate in water and air and can go 10000mph ++. UPAs in the news are Chinese Hypersonic First Strike Weapon With EM Field Propulsion. See my main feed comment. And thank u for you service.

Vor 9 Monate
Jeff Nordman
Jeff Nordman

This was an awesome series! It made me appreciate our armed forces so much more. And I very much appreciate you taking the time and their allowing this access to show us the amazing level of talent we "civilians" have giving us our freedom.

Vor 2 Monate
eleithias
eleithias

Wow. What amazing series of videos. Thank you so much for getting these experiences on video. I love submarines, but really haven't seen much that shows how they operate from a first person perspective. Thank you so much, and thank you for your bright, joyful, and inquisitive personality always bringing amazing chances to learn!

Vor 4 Monate
Dave McGee
Dave McGee

This series was amazing. I have been reading the “Jerry Mitchell” series by Larry Bond and this series of videos gave me a much better understanding of submarines and the silent service. Thank you for doing this deep dive.

Vor 2 Monate
Alexander Buzulutsky
Alexander Buzulutsky

this is an awesome series. watched it as it came out. bindged the whole thing again... just amazing! I remember when smartereveryday videos were made in a backyard. So happy to see Destin go so far and keep the same wide-eyed curiosity!

Vor 4 Monate
Wandering Weeb
Wandering Weeb

I just realize that I watched this quality series for free. Such a wonderful journey Destin!

Vor 9 Monate
Josh H
Josh H

I recommend his patreon, it's a great way to support him :)

Vor 9 Monate
Savage.
Savage.

@DaBeast34 adblockers are old tech. It's all about youtube vanced now, except for the apple users.

Vor 9 Monate
Raavan
Raavan

It's not free. Your data and ads. Might feel like free but is it?

Vor 9 Monate
Dan Lund
Dan Lund

This was the first of this series that I watched. And I can't believe that making good YouTube videos got a regular guy inside a nuclear submarine way up in the Arctic, not alongside a dock. Amazing what you've built with your channel.

Vor 3 Monate
littyforsenbaj
littyforsenbaj

this is so cool. I love that you have the passion to go out on such an expedition to try to show as many people as possible stuff no one would ever know or experience.

Vor 3 Monate
Богдан Метев
Богдан Метев

This vid was awesome! Thanks a lot for making my covid-19 quarantine so much less boring! Keep up the good work! All best from Bulgaria!

Vor 4 Monate
jhisaac1
jhisaac1

This video series was amazing. Thank you, and the men and women of the Navy who made it happen. I was also excited to see you recommending Thunder Below. I didn't buy it on Audible, but I've owned the book for many years and have read it 2 or 3 times. It's an amazing read.

Vor 3 Monate
Thomas McElroy
Thomas McElroy

Every time I think "why did it take so long to get the next in this series" I am reminded of exactly where and what you had that camera pointed at, and how amazing it is that this series exists at all. So thankful!

Vor 9 Monate
iowafarmboy
iowafarmboy

@AVRO Architect no doubt we only saw a fraction of what is in that room. And Destin most likely has a good security clearance level from his previous work on missle development, which made the Navy comfortable with trusting him with what he would see in person.

Vor 8 Monate
AVRO Architect
AVRO Architect

I'm frankly shocked they even let him in there to be honest, the bridge is literally the whole brain of the operation. The fact he even saw what is in there would have been considered a severe OPSEC breach when the sub was built

Vor 9 Monate
threemr01
threemr01

A.M.A.Z.I.N.G. series Destin!! I just binge-watched it after having several of the videos in my “watch later” list for months.Thank you so much for putting it together and for your particular style of reporting: always smart to ask interesting questions (and follow through with great explanations during editing), and always super-respectful of *everybody*. Thanks so much to the US Navy for facilitating it as well! I loved how everybody was proud of their work and eager to show it (with the appropriate security restraint). I particularly loved how the captain agreed to let you put a GoPro on them for the surfacing: “that would be a cool shot” summarized the entire attitude to let us viewers get as complete of an experience as possible. Please keep up the fantastic work you produce.

Vor 3 Monate
Dan Sasser
Dan Sasser

This is one of the best things I've ever watched. Great series, super informative, well put-together, and presented. Watching from Limestone Co. Alabama!

Vor 4 Monate
dude e
dude e

I love these guys. What an amazing group of humans. The navy is awesome!!!

Vor 4 Monate
jandrefontaine
jandrefontaine

wow! thank you for such an amazing journey trough this adventure. I'm a french canadian and just devoured this series. Thank you again. keep up the good work.

Vor 3 Monate
Thdetdestro
Thdetdestro

actually sad this series is over, it was some of the most interesting stuff I've seen in a while, so much cool stuff happening even with the censorship.

Vor 9 Monate
Thdetdestro
Thdetdestro

@Artemis Logic well theres also knowing how they come up with information they need to make decisions could allow others to come up with ways of countering their specific way of information gathering.

Vor 4 Monate
Artemis Logic
Artemis Logic

im guessing the censorship is just them not revealing the coordinates of where they surfaced, maybe they use that spot a lot and dont want a potential enemy to know in case of war, and them not saying how they know where to surface might also be that same reason, and/or they get the information from an external source and would be vulnerable if an enemy were to stop them getting that info

Vor 4 Monate
Thdetdestro
Thdetdestro

@KARASIRA I'm sorry that pun was SUB par =p

Vor 9 Monate
KARASIRA
KARASIRA

Do you mean the censor ship ?

Vor 9 Monate
Oren Arieli
Oren Arieli

Wow. What a collaboration. That was such a great episode. Kudos to you, and to everyone who made it possible.

Vor 4 Monate
A B
A B

Thankyou so much Destin for giving an insight on how subs operate under the polar ice caps & how they surface. Very complex, very difficult & with hair trigger reaction controls with the prop & the planes.

Vor 3 Monate
dogsarefun2
dogsarefun2

Thanks to all the submariners for their dedication and training, amazing the tech and knowledge needed to perform their duties.

Vor 4 Monate
Frank Kolton
Frank Kolton

@Emergency Rapid Response Team It sounds like you have a hole in your tinfoil hat, you might want to look into that. Good luck!

Vor 3 Monate
Mason KM
Mason KM

I just finished this series and was entertained the entire way through! Great job on it!

Vor 25 Tage
Corey Snow
Corey Snow

Hi Destin! I'm the guy who narrated "Thunder Below!", and I'm so glad you enjoyed it. I'm grateful for your kind words about it, and I hope anyone who decides to listen to it based on your suggestion enjoys it also! :) I've been following this video series since the first one, and it's been a nonstop joy to watch. Thank you for doing this series, it's been fascinating.

Vor 9 Monate
Cjr Layman
Cjr Layman

I read the book a long time ago when I was in high school ( I’ve always loved submarines) and it was really great to experience it all over again! Thank you Destin, for recommending the book and doing this sub series and thank you Corey, for a wonderful telling of a fabulous story.

Vor 9 Monate
Corey Snow
Corey Snow

​@Rubixx14 I didn't have to practice it much, but you almost NEVER hear those kinds of "effects" done by the narrator in a book. I only did it for this one because Fluckey's narrative style was very personal, and it felt like it added to the story instead of distracting. I wanted people to feel like he was telling you the story himself.

Vor 9 Monate
Rubixx14
Rubixx14

How many times did it take to perfect your klaxon sound? After a few hours I was doing it along with you while listening in the car haha!

Vor 9 Monate
austin sigmon
austin sigmon

@SmarterEveryDay 9

Vor 9 Monate
Freedom and Bacon Homestead
Freedom and Bacon Homestead

I enjoyed the audio book immensely! Thank you for your delivery of a great story!

Vor 9 Monate
Keith Riley
Keith Riley

This is a great video. As a young mechanical engineer I designed parts of submarines and found this really fascinating. Like Destin, I understood the physics of trimming the sub, but you don't think about it all coming together until you see it. It was also great to see the professionalism and discipline of these sub-mariners. By the way, to us Limeys she's a boat, not a ship.

Vor 4 Monate
Obsidian Black
Obsidian Black

This was a great series of videos. I'm glad you were able to share these enlightening topics with us. My only wish was that I was there, but you showing it to us like this... this is amazing.

Vor 2 Monate
Matt Rantala
Matt Rantala

This was... AWESOME !!! Guess, I'm gonna work my way backwards through this series since I started with this one. Great crew that captain has. I couldn't imagine the stress that every single one of those submariners have in just doing their daily job, and yet they do it with such professionalism and distinction. America has so much to be proud of !!!! I was thinking the whole time when they were clearing the ice how great it would have been to be able to serve up a Margarita to every single hard working individual on that ship, just a small way to say .. Thank you !! Great, great video. Thank you !

Vor 3 Monate
Peter
Peter

Thank you so much a huge thank you to everyone involved in allowing this video to be shared on YouTube, I knew nothing about submarines so this was a huge learning curve as I had no idea what happened when a sub was underway or carrying out different manoeuvres.

Vor 4 Monate
Larz
Larz

To the person that did not want to be publicly recognized for getting these videos through operational clearance: A big US flag salute to you! Thank you for making this all happen!!!

Vor 9 Monate
Larz
Larz

@Alex Schleuning that’s fantastic. Thanks for the update. Reminds me of my interactions with people at China Lake Naval Air Weapons Base: There’s Marines embedded with most of those naval operations. Makes sense that the Marines would give him/her a commendation too.

Vor 9 Monate
Alex Schleuning
Alex Schleuning

Don't worry, he got a Navy and Marine Corps Commendation medal for his efforts!

Vor 9 Monate
Travis Gessler
Travis Gessler

Thanks for the instructional video! I've always had trouble surfacing my nuke boat in the Arctic, now it's a breeze,thanks!

Vor 3 Monate
Megadextrious
Megadextrious

Wow this is so rad. I’ve always thought submarines were interesting, and scary!!! Just like Jody said at the end there! Now I don’t feel as much scared but a lot more interested. Seriously great video, thank you! I loved this!!!

Vor Monat
JayHutchG
JayHutchG

Absolutely brilliant. SmarterEveryDay is one of those peepholes into the fascinating and complicated world of science and technology we rarely think about . . . but should know. THANK YOU for bringing this material to life.

Vor 4 Monate
D Talbot
D Talbot

Great series! I would also recommend reading "Gallant Lady - the Biography of the USS Archerfish." Not only did she sink the biggest vessel ever, but she also was one of the first subs to explore the polar ice. Also Admiral Fluckey was in charge of her during some of her explorations in the 60s.

Vor 4 Monate
theLazyRabbit
theLazyRabbit

The dislikes are from the military personnel who had to go through frame by frame blurring out all important details for a 24 hour long multicam supervlog.😬😬

Vor 9 Monate
Fadamor
Fadamor

🤣 this might be more true than you know!

Vor 9 Monate
Ivan D
Ivan D

Some are from Chinese and North Korean naval staff too! Hahaha

Vor 9 Monate
Carl Barkman
Carl Barkman

Having been on M60/M1Abrams tanks with Security clearances and the excitement that the military has to offer.. I found this series absolutely fantastic!! Loved every minute of every video.. Thank you to all our Service men and women who put it all on the line each and every day..

Vor 4 Monate
Tom Mclain
Tom Mclain

Thanks for the great videos on the submarinars. My dad served in the sixties on the George C Marshall SSBN 654. and he told us some stories. if he was here today I'm sure he would marvel at the progress in technology. he spent most of his service under the arctic.

Vor 3 Monate
Rick G
Rick G

Such a ride!!! I knew so little (still) but learnt how dynamic this is. Also, I saw how professional that the crew are 👍 I salute all our military and am happy to feel safe in their hands 🇺🇸

Vor 4 Monate
Peter Bosco
Peter Bosco

WOW! Amazing. Much respect for our US Navy and the folks who work on submarines. I'm claustrophobic and wouldn't last 5 seconds down there. Thank you!

Vor 4 Monate
Norm From Hawaii
Norm From Hawaii

Wow. I am a former sub-sailor. The access you got just boggles my mind. I can tell you that folks I know of high ranks find your video work fascinating and incredibly accurate. You did an amazing job as a great service to the Silent Service.

Vor 9 Monate
Ryan Milligan
Ryan Milligan

This video was awesome to watch. What a great experience this must have been.

Vor 3 Monate
Thomas Roberts
Thomas Roberts

16:35 I would love to have a more in depth look at limitations of atmospheric pressures at that depth with the sub wanting to fall. The thought of reaching a point where you can no longer go up is scary. How deep would that have to be?

Vor 3 Monate
Norris Porter
Norris Porter

This is an incredible video!!! Thank you for producing it, Good Job!!

Vor 3 Monate
Ramses V
Ramses V

Scary huh? I had a neighbor who was a submariner. He told me several things over the years. He is a brilliant person, and I mean brilliant. Degrees in Nuclear Engineering, Math and Law. These guys and gals on board these subs are some of the smartest people we have in the Navy. Each and every one of them makes us safer by what they do every day. Thank you all.

Vor 4 Monate
randomradon
randomradon

As someone who served on a sub for 4 years, let me just say. This series barely scratches the surface on the tech and procedures that are needed to operate these machines. It's also fun knowing what some of the redacted audio is too lmao

Vor 9 Monate
SME Pictures
SME Pictures

@AcciK my suspicion is that it might be the reactor room saying something about status or other metrics, which is all highly classified.

Vor 9 Monate
randomradon
randomradon

@AcciK it's redacted for a reason. I don't want to go to prison lmao.

Vor 9 Monate
randomradon
randomradon

@Azer White depends on what you want to do on the sub, there's a lot of math involved in pretty much everything. But really you just have to enlist lol. And tell them you want to do subs, they'll jump for joy

Vor 9 Monate
Csnider_12
Csnider_12

@Azer White If you want to know what jobs you could do in the military go talk to your recruiter because they will have your interest because they want you to join. Just ask them about what jobs they would recommend and what it would take to attain those.

Vor 9 Monate
Abdul Rehman Khan
Abdul Rehman Khan

*Calls KGB* Yep this guy right here

Vor 9 Monate
mgpvii
mgpvii

This was amazing. Thank you for the video and the experience of watching such an extraordinary event.

Vor 4 Monate
Allan Boruck
Allan Boruck

Thanks for making these videos Destin. So awesome!

Vor 3 Monate
FavorableleLoki8
FavorableleLoki8

Thanks to everyone involved in the making of this video. Truly amazing.

Vor 3 Monate
Bruce Poindexter
Bruce Poindexter

This was truly a remarkable video with so many fascinating points! You went through a lot to make this and I appreciate it!

Vor 4 Monate
Robert Feiner
Robert Feiner

"Can you tell me the difference in depth?" "No." Probably seconds later: "I'm doing the math in my head." Power move, Destin.

Vor 9 Monate
Gareth Baus
Gareth Baus

@bionku the better the quality of the recording of a sound like that the easier it is to detect and ID a vehicle on sonar, and the easier it is to counter the vehicle in a conflict.

Vor 6 Monate
Gareth Baus
Gareth Baus

@Dániel Bulyovcsity that number just means that it can go at least that far, the exact limits of major military vehicles like this are never intentionally published, so it can probably exceed that number.

Vor 6 Monate
Chester Hall-Fernandez
Chester Hall-Fernandez

@Dániel Bulyovcsity If you can do the math on how much the hull goes in,for a given depth, I think you'd be able to calculate the absolute maximum depth before it starts to flood.

Vor 9 Monate
Fermioncool
Fermioncool

If it’s serious, then 800~1200 meters to my imagination is a serious depth.

Vor 9 Monate
NSEasternShoreChemist
NSEasternShoreChemist

That sub was diving at roughly 0.7 m/s. The sub's test depth is ~300m, so it would take 7 minutes to reach that. I'd guess that the depth Destin went to was ~200m.

Vor 9 Monate
Andrew Penner
Andrew Penner

Destin, I've watched this entire series a few times now. And It's absolutely amazing to watch and to learn and see you process the information in the moment. The people and the situations you got to experience is top notch. And while I'm at it - Merry Christmas to you and your family

Vor 4 Monate
Super Geek
Super Geek

@Benoit Vanhees I'm pretty sure that it *is* actually Destin...

Vor 4 Monate
Benoit Vanhees
Benoit Vanhees

Just call the man by his real first name, it's not classified... Dustin

Vor 4 Monate
WiredNet
WiredNet

Absolutely fascinating. Thank you for this look into something I would have never seen otherwise.

Vor 3 Monate
Livinghighandwise
Livinghighandwise

This is crazy that you were able to do this. Thanks for the great content!😁

Vor 3 Monate
w4shep
w4shep

What an amazing experience! Thanks for sharing this awesome experience !!

Vor 4 Monate
Stochastic Signal
Stochastic Signal

"Deep dive series," I get it, Destin. This has been my favorite series since the helicopter series. Some of the best things about your videos is that they really expose the levels of complexity behind things you don't really think about. The idea of hovering a submarine and the sophistication behind that process is incredible.

Vor 9 Monate
TritonTv
TritonTv

Same. The helicopter one is amazing. I am a prototype machinist in the aerospace industry and just thinking about what all goes into keeping control of a helicopter blows my mind. Same thing with submarines. Amazing feats of engineering.

Vor 9 Monate
Azula Magnificent
Azula Magnificent

That's amazing. The pinnacle of technology - a string from side of the hull to the other. I just love when simple things help with really complicated ones. Like flying a plane by a glass of water

Vor 11 Tage
tom lepski
tom lepski

What a pleasant team of servicemen! Thanks for posting, very educative.

Vor 4 Monate
tim middleton
tim middleton

Amazing to get to see this even if a limited look into the vast mystery of the art of submersibles. . . Thank you for the work your team does. Most of all "Thank you for the service" of those you met on the journey.

Vor 4 Monate
Turora
Turora

What an incredible series! Absolutely loved this!

Vor 3 Monate
Jens Hedqvist
Jens Hedqvist

Hands down one of the best documentary series I've seen. To meet the crew in this natural and uncut way is such a blessing. So much of TV is over engineered and fake. This is just straight up filming and talking.

Vor 9 Monate
Gladius Arturian
Gladius Arturian

This is very much a "cut version".

Vor 9 Monate
Kyanberu sama
Kyanberu sama

Couldn't agree more. And I'm in the category of the farthest thing from any possible type of engineer there is out there.

Vor 9 Monate
Scidix Reiznov
Scidix Reiznov

Agree

Vor 9 Monate
Allen Reenders
Allen Reenders

Thank you! Absolutely awesome video! Next Deep Dive into Commercial/Military Aviation?!? I wanna know more about turbine engines, compressor stalls, fluid/aerodynamics and weather!! 🤓Keep up the awesome work.

Vor Monat
Mike McGowan
Mike McGowan

Fantastic series! Thank you so much for taking us on board.

Vor Monat
rich kemp
rich kemp

You are so lucky!!! I’d love to I mean absolutely love to go on a submarine. It’s been a life long dream. I wanted to be a submariner but my life went wrong. All those guys deserve so much respect. Their jobs are all so important. And they do it so well and with absolute clarity. Loved this video!!! Thank you

Vor 2 Monate
Dragon129Slayer
Dragon129Slayer

all i can say is WOW!, I spent 21 years in the Navy, grew up in the Navy from when I was 19, and I found this video to be incredibly interesting. My first ship was a Sub Tender in San Diego, so I was lucky enough to board all the submarines in San Diego back in the day. What a talented and elite team they are!

Vor 4 Monate

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