Life On A U.S. Navy Destroyer (2019) • Full Documentary

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Follow the crew of USS Paul Hamilton (DDG-60) underway in the Pacific, as the crew talks about life on a USN Destroyer - from what they do for work, to where they eat, sleep, and work out. Filmed in July 2019.

Film Credits: U.S. Navy Video by Austin Rooney, Defense Media Activity-Navy Production - released

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  • Worst food I ever ate USS Cleveland LPD7. 1983-1987

    David LilesDavid Liles7 цагийн өмнө
  • A career in the armed forces is a great career for a young person to start their life with......anybody thinking about it well stop thinking and join up!

    Al Zheimer.Al Zheimer.23 цагийн өмнө
  • You people are AMAZING! Thank you.

    vincent mckiernanvincent mckiernanӨдрийн өмнө
  • Was on the DD699 in 69-70 it is long gone but I'm still around so far at 75, a proud Navy BT.

    Dirty JohnDirty JohnӨдрийн өмнө
  • Haze gray and underway. Thanks for the memories. HM2, 1989-1988.

    Lindsey SturkieLindsey Sturkie2 өдрийн өмнө
  • Say what you want, Destroyers are the BACKBONE of the Navy.

    J. WilliamsJ. Williams3 өдрийн өмнө
  • Holy Crap berthing inspections every day by the XO, really?

    J. WilliamsJ. Williams3 өдрийн өмнө
  • Why are you not wearing EAR DEFENDERS in the engine room

    Jack McHammocklashingJack McHammocklashing3 өдрийн өмнө
  • My Dad was on a Destroyer. He told me the nickname for it was the "Tin Can"

    We KnowWe Know3 өдрийн өмнө
  • E.T. Ashley is a cutie and has brains, what a total package.

    GLC1979GLC19793 өдрийн өмнө
  • Mostly the destroyers crews are young men and women

    FoxUFoxU3 өдрийн өмнө
  • I hope the girls get paid the same as the Men especially when they do the same job, some times better

    BentleyBentley4 өдрийн өмнө
  • From a Spruance class Destroyer Sailor Vet: "KEEP ON THE FIGHT, GREYHOUNDS!"

    The Cat.The Cat.4 өдрийн өмнө
  • They never showed the the air det and the sea hawk man as a AE i was always attached to destroyers or cruisers with our bird. The best 4 years man.

    StrangeBrew247StrangeBrew2475 өдрийн өмнө
  • As a Spruance DD retired sailor, the ships may change. But the job is the same.

    Tim ThomasonTim Thomason5 өдрийн өмнө
  • After serving from 1983-1987 on the USS Nimitz I can see that not much has changed in the Navy. Everyone works together. No fighting. No politics..

    Wayne MorganWayne Morgan6 өдрийн өмнө
  • Now do a vid of life in the navy after Beijing Biden forces CRT on all of you.

    Lucky GooseLucky Goose6 өдрийн өмнө
  • God bless the US Armed Forces 🙏🏼🇺🇸

    Mark LaraMark Lara7 өдрийн өмнө
  • I served during the Vietnam war my ship earned the combat action ribbon and Navy Unit Commendation.

    brian g.brian g.7 өдрийн өмнө
  • RIP USN, the woke mob has done gotcha. I predict 1to 2 years you won't be able to fight off a Girl scout troop. Heh, maybe even in 6 months.

    David ShotwellDavid Shotwell8 өдрийн өмнө
  • Women on destroyers? After serving on a Gearing class destroyer I'm glad to see they made them more comfortable. The WW2 era destroyers were build em them launch em.

    Brent BeanBrent Bean9 өдрийн өмнө
  • Tin Cans are the closest thing to old days of sail. I sailed on one for four years, loved it.

    StillnapieStillnapie10 өдрийн өмнө
  • "we have engagement capabilities, we have surface warfare capabilities...we have a lot of capabilities.." 1:08

    Wise WarriorWise Warrior11 өдрийн өмнө
  • This is why the United States Navy and military as a whole is #1 in the world... we are different nationalities, different ethnic groups, and we are from all over the world

    Jerry UmfressJerry Umfress13 өдрийн өмнө
  • Fuck yeah baby , Get some!

    Humberto RodriguezHumberto Rodriguez14 өдрийн өмнө
  • This is wonderful. I served on the USS Forrestal CVA-59 from 1970 to 1972. Deployed to the Med. Sometimes I would look at the destroyers in heavy seas. Disappearing from view and then reappearing. Once we were in a storm off Cape Hatteras. Waves breaking off our bow. I cannot imagine what was going on with the destroyer crews. I am sharing this with my Facebook friends. Perhaps some young person will find destroyer life a life they would like to experience. It would be nice if the film had credits. Who filmed it?

    Stephen ArmigerStephen Armiger16 өдрийн өмнө
  • Look how diverse this crew is. Many african and hispanic americans onboard one of the country's most powerful weapons. It truly is good to see these folks being so successful in what they love and enjoy when you have all the lunatics back home telling them all they can do is fail and how oppressed they are. Fair winds and following seas!

    Frost FeverFrost Fever16 өдрийн өмнө
  • Thank you to all that have served and all that are currently serving. We owe our freedom to you.

    April Dawn Beason-McGuireApril Dawn Beason-McGuire16 өдрийн өмнө
  • I just my good friend who was a retired navy veteran

    John SherredJohn Sherred16 өдрийн өмнө
  • YEE GADS THEY ARE ALL KIDS.....IM 85,EX MERCHANT MARINE

    Ray HansenRay Hansen16 өдрийн өмнө
  • what happens if everybody gets out bed at once

    lulutileguylulutileguy17 өдрийн өмнө
  • I was on the USS Arleigh Burke from 2002-2005. I loved it. The small boy experience was a lot better than my carrier tour... which was also great

    Quickjack1007Quickjack100719 өдрийн өмнө
  • so campaining for this word to be a used word; that means on or above hurricane weathers.

    zm rhzm rh21 өдрийн өмнө
  • That’s insane, 505’ ship going 30 knots about 37mph, faster than a fishing boat

    Michael JamesMichael James21 өдрийн өмнө
  • Wow, the Navy haven't changed their trays that we use to eat our meals on...I see the same trays since 1991. If it aint broken why get rid of it.

    Showemright YTchannelShowemright YTchannel22 өдрийн өмнө
  • Thanks for United states Navy keeping the sea lanes safe 😀

    James LundJames Lund23 өдрийн өмнө
  • Sure brings back memories

    James AllenJames Allen25 өдрийн өмнө
  • No chiefs in this video....surprising.

    James FinchJames Finch26 өдрийн өмнө
  • Great video. I was a cook E6 when I got out. Loved every bit, wish I could go back 😢! Go NAVY 🇺🇲

    John PaddockJohn Paddock26 өдрийн өмнө
    • Also, my dad was a destroyer officer. His favorite ship was DDG 23 Richard E Byrd

      John PaddockJohn Paddock26 өдрийн өмнө
  • The young sailor from North Carolina has lost most of her accent.

    Kenneth QuesenberryKenneth Quesenberry28 өдрийн өмнө
  • Served aboard two Navy destroyers back in the early 60's as a naval electrician. USS Hollister DD-788 and USS Lyman K. Swanson DD729. Great duty with a lot of memories ! Hard to realize that duty is approaching 57 and 60 years ago !

    Paul AcriPaul AcriСарын өмнө
  • I was stationed on the USS Inchon and I thought THAT was small!!!!

    Craig DavidsonCraig DavidsonСарын өмнө
  • The real navy!

    paul mc laughlinpaul mc laughlinСарын өмнө
  • still joining the navy

    Eric HernandezEric HernandezСарын өмнө
  • Loved serving on Frigates and Destroyers. Always a tight crew! Still in contact with many of them and visit a few a year. GOOD TIMES!!!

    sbeutlersbeutlerСарын өмнө
  • Just give a Yamato and rest will be in history

    Ayan BerdekAyan BerdekСарын өмнө
  • Do you still get your Rum ration?

    Joel pierceJoel pierceСарын өмнө
  • I was on a guided missile distroyer uss conyngham ddg 17 called tin can sailors ship hull quarter inch thick 50 caliper round could go through our hulls

    Alvin RodriguezAlvin RodriguezСарын өмнө
  • USS DDG73 Decatur 2000-4 aka Loveboat

    Archangel 88Archangel 88Сарын өмнө
  • Where my fellow link techs at

    ReneroPureReneroPureСарын өмнө
  • Love our 🇺🇲NAVY🇺🇲

    dennis garciadennis garciaСарын өмнө
  • Her name is so beautiful and long that she has Aeigis in the middle of her name

    Riaen KarhystnkRiaen KarhystnkСарын өмнө
  • i love my navy ... you all are amazing beings

    Buddy Chaw-ChawBuddy Chaw-ChawСарын өмнө
  • YOU ARE NOT TO BE MESSED WITH!

    Buddy Chaw-ChawBuddy Chaw-ChawСарын өмнө
  • I LOVE MY SAILORS! AARRGGG!

    Buddy Chaw-ChawBuddy Chaw-ChawСарын өмнө
  • Thank you. LSC(EXW) ret

    Zeekstr69Zeekstr69Сарын өмнө
  • Real sailors know how ass ship life is

    Tony ToneTony ToneСарын өмнө
  • I was a US Navy ET from 1972 to1978. It was a great job. It has paved the way for 40 plus years of nonstop employment. I even have a sticker on my truck US Navy High Tech Bad Asses. Top racks are the best.

    Geo HVLGeo HVLСарын өмнө
  • Us warship destroyers was ready to battle in world war against the china

    Keone capanKeone capanСарын өмнө
  • As a Plankowner on DDG-65 and a crewmember on DDG-83, I surely miss those days...ITC (RET).

    David PDavid PСарын өмнө
  • It's interesting to see enlisted women on the ship. I was on DDG 51 the original Arleigh Burke. I was there for first few women on the ship, but they were only officers.

    Eric EdwardsEric EdwardsСарын өмнө
  • DDG-54. "Put the Thump on Them!“ 2000-2004

    Jason GoodmanJason GoodmanСарын өмнө
  • I ❤️ our armed forces ESPECIALLY the navy because im a navy vet myself & i wish them ALL safe returns home after deployment.

    Chicago’s Very OwnChicago’s Very OwnСарын өмнө
  • Hats off to these magnificent young people that are protecting our country. We are in good hands. I salute you and appreciate your selfless service. Thank You!

    Jim W.Jim W.Сарын өмнө
  • My late brother served in the Canadian Forces for many years and was assigned, over his career, to several bases. He always said the food was great. All service personnel in Canada, the U.S., Britain, etc. deserve the best. The best food, the best equipment, the best medical care, etc.

    toy mantoy manСарын өмнө
  • Tin Can Sailor for life! USS Scott DDG-995, (1993-1995)

    Brian PorterBrian PorterСарын өмнө
  • respect...🙏

    Joel DuvuJoel DuvuСарын өмнө
  • I served aboard USS GALLANT (MSO-489), an ocean-going minesweeper. We crossed the Pacific from Long Beach, Calif. to Cam Rahn Bay, S. Vietnam. Left March 17, 1971, arrived June 14, 1971. That's a long time on a 150-foot wooden ship. We had a crew of 54, I believe. Life was a lot more cramped than aboard this destroyer, but very little in a sailor's life has changed since then. Sailors still say "God, be good to me. The sea is so great, and my ship is so small."

    Al CampbellAl CampbellСарын өмнө
  • thank u people great job

    dave goldfarpdave goldfarpСарын өмнө
  • Fewer carriers, more ships along the lines of this one....and fast, stealthy ones packed with offensive hypersonic and rugged, capable defensive weapons. That is what the U.S. Navy needs most now (along with subs, subs, subs). But this ship does seem to aim in that direction.

    H.R. HolmH.R. HolmСарын өмнө
  • Pretty awesome. Makes me even more proud to be the dad of a US Navy Sailor. Calm winds and following seas to all. 🇺🇸

    JJ MickJJ MickСарын өмнө
  • USN personal are the best of the best

    David OwensDavid OwensСарын өмнө
  • Ugh. I wished I joined the Navy instead of the Army. I got stuck in Kansas for four years of my life. :( Being on a destroyer or a cruiser would have been so nice.

    Oliver KennethOliver KennethСарын өмнө
  • As long as they don't take somebody on thats got the same stuff ? Then you're f**ked ?

    Peter McLellandPeter McLellandСарын өмнө
  • 6:50 that's an odd sound ?!

    needmoreramsayneedmoreramsayСарын өмнө
  • We have a bunch of Arleigh Burkes out here in Puget Sound, several usually at Naval Station Everett plus I believe at least one more is being worked on in the shipyards in Seattle right now. Super cool boats. One additional quick shout out - thanks very much to the Navy for it's SAR operations out of NASWI up here. They save peoples butts everyday and we appreciate it.

    wafflesnfalafel1wafflesnfalafel1Сарын өмнө
  • What wonderful people

    John MartinJohn MartinСарын өмнө
  • Looks like a vibe in thats ship

    Drip AlexanderDrip AlexanderСарын өмнө
  • was Navy Radioman from 1969 thru 1974, on 2 destroyers

    Jim PackwoodJim PackwoodСарын өмнө
  • Thanks for your service. With history to read about destroyers like the USS Johnston etc., you folks are very brave and our heroes on the front line.

    Question RealityQuestion RealityСарын өмнө
  • These people are heroes. I am so grateful for the job they do.

    Sunsetter SixSunsetter SixСарын өмнө
  • 최고다 👍

    이치준이치준Сарын өмнө
  • 1:22 my mans name was ps2

    DubbelNugge NuggeDubbelNugge NuggeСарын өмнө
  • pruod of you guys serving your country..is the best..love you guys.from philippines

    Edwin Day-agEdwin Day-agСарын өмнө
  • Does the truant officer know that Cmdr. Mark Lawrence is playing hooky from school.

    Juan Carlos HessJuan Carlos HessСарын өмнө
  • GREYHOUNDS.....the sea dogs!! I did my first deployment on a Spruance class destroyer. Loved it. Tight-knit crew. Worked well with everyone and missions were accomplished.

    adam woodfinadam woodfinСарын өмнө
  • Love to see this , 2 deployments on the USS Michael Murphy under my belt HOOYAH !

    JarrieAdviceJarrieAdviceСарын өмнө
  • I was in the Artillery but if I could do it all over again the Navy seems a lot more interesting.

    Ajax MaintenanceAjax MaintenanceСарын өмнө
  • I remember at times not seeing daylight for days as much as a week or so. I loved every day of it. USS Coontz DDG40 an USS Blandy DD943.

    Short ChangeShort ChangeСарын өмнө
  • I know this is old but damn if it doesn't highlight who we are as a country!! So many diverse backgrounds, from race to socioeconomic! I am so proud of the United States & the military right now ❤ we ARE the sum of our parts, and our parts are diverse! God bless these United States 🇺🇸 fuck Trump for trying to tear us apart 😢

    Mr KCAMr KCAСарын өмнө
  • 603 commies disliked this vid!

    WHAT WABBIT HOWHAT WABBIT HOСарын өмнө
  • Thanks JJ for your reply. Every crew member has a job to do and, collectively, they each contribute to the efficiency of the ship. I salute them all. Regards, Bob in Canada

    toy mantoy manСарын өмнө
  • Watching this is making me sea sick and sleepy. i miss the navy life.

    J JJ JСарын өмнө
  • I'm 8 years active Army 11b.. How the f do half these guys pass weight? they look 30%+ BMI

    ImmortalImmortal2 сарын өмнө
  • God Bless each and every one of the personnel serving the freedom of this country. We’re in great care with these young people.

    Daniel EutslerDaniel Eutsler2 сарын өмнө
  • 40yrs ago this July 13th 2021 is when I enlisted in the Navy and not too long after that, I checked on board the USS KING DDG 41. It’s interesting to watch how much things have changed as well as the things that haven’t changed. I had the privilege of being the ships rescue swimmer and struck out of deck to become a QM. I remember having my short timers calendar and how I couldn’t wait to ask permission to leave the ship for the last time. Funny thing is I’d love to ask for permission to come aboard that old tin can for a visit, though that’ll never be, it’s been scrapped for some time now. Thx for posting!

    Chrisamos412Chrisamos4122 сарын өмнө
  • The one sailor said she loves being an engineer, but ETs aren't even in engineering, they're topside... tho truth be told I WAS an engineer, A DC (damage controlman) and I wouldn't say I was actually an engineer in anything but name

    Skot MatthewsSkot Matthews2 сарын өмнө
  • 2019 U S A GOD'S DIE 50 % SUM WARS ALL YEARS .

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  • 2019 U S A 10 , 000 , 000 U S A DOLLAR TO EACH CITIZENS . NO NOT WAIST ALL PEOPLE 19 YEAR TIME CUTE , LIFE .

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  • How do they get better food on a ship than we got in Iraq? That's what I want to know. Disgruntled grunt here...

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