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Holy shit i love the coast guard now
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Badass.
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Coast Guard MSRT used to have to go to Navy BUD/S right?
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They have submarines in the cartel? Fuck.
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Why didn't they just dive?
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>>42012989
>>42013039
ww1 style submarine that cant go any deeper
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>>42013039
they need air for their shitty diesel engines.
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>>42012989
They’re semi-submersibles.
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>>42013076
fully-semi-submersible?
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>>42012869
Coast Guard MRST and VBSS are both legit oper8ors
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>>42013050
>>42013065
>>42013076
Very cool thx friends I learned
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>>42012869
Mexican coast guard or burger cg speaking Mexican ?
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>>42013117
Are you deaf?
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>>42013135
They were speaking Mexican but I don’t know if burger cg has Mexican speaking soldiers to speak Mexican to Mexicans
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today op was not a faggot
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>>42013172
no but this guy >>42013163
sure was.
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>>42013163
Not only is does the title have DOD in it, not only is the guy yelling in spanish doing so with an obviously American accent, and not only does he announce that he's with the United States CG in Spanish, but you can literally hear one say in ENGLISH "that's going to be hard to get on."
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>>42012869
ESTA DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS!
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>>42013102
http://www.hisutton.com/Narco%20Subs%20101.html
Here's a whole article with a ton of cutaways and pics of them in construction. Neat stuff.
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>>42012989
They always had.
Cali cartel almost bought a Soviet submarine in the 90's, they literally went on one of the most secretive bases in Russia and took pictures of it.

But right before the deal was done, CIAniggers ruined the fun, there's a documentary of Netflix about that.
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>>42014827
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>all that wasted money
Just let retards snort that shit and kill themselves with it. If the shit was domestically produced and properly taxed and regulated, spics wouldn't even be importing it
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>>42014827
>there's a documentary of Netflix about that
Name?
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either the top of that drug boat was covered in non-slip material or those guys have some magic boots
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>>42015259
>the top of that drug boat was covered in non-slip material
This is most likely the case. You've gotten have guys on top to load and unload the thing.
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>>42015050

what a based and redpilled opinion good thing you're not in charge of anything.
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>>42013076
you dont think they have submersibles?
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i wonder if there is a classified coast guard unit that hunts and sinks narco subs with torpedos
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USCG SSKs when?
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>>42015050

>If the US government sanctioned producing a highly addictive, and potentially highly deadly drug, but taxed and regulated it

Oh wait, you're retarded or trolling
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>>42012970
MSRT/MSST/TACLET had BUDS instructors for BTOC and ATOC and there used to be a lateral option for CG members to join the SEALs but they didn't have to go to BUDS for training
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Okay hold up, so not only does the cartel have submarines, the coast gaurd has protocols for DEALING with cartel subs?
Why does it feel like life is just getting goofier as time goes on?
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>>42015556
As engineering advances, older technologies inevitably become cheaper and simpler. Same reason ISIS has drones and the Norks have ballistic missiles.
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>>42012869
This is why the Coast Guard is unironically the best brach
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>>42012869
Non-American here: Why the fuck does almost every single fucking American agency has a special mooks team?

>FBI = HRT
>CIA = SAD
>Coast Guard = MSRT
>ATF = SRT.
Seriously. In my country we would've just fobbed speshul activitie shiet to either the military or the gendarmerie.

What's next, paramedics?
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>>42015760

Because the police think every encounter needs a Swat Team
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>>42015760
> he doesn’t know about Air Force PJs
A lot of people need killing, and now it’s the flavor to send a small unit to deal with it rather than an entire battalion and cause a logistical nightmare
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>>42015760
>thinking the CG only has MSRT
there's MSRT, MSST, and TACLET.
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>>42015760
Coast Guard is part of the US military isn't it? That sets it aside from more domestic law enforcement/counter-terror outfits.
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>>42015512
So it's better to waste billions of taxpayer dollars in a losing fight? I can't fucking wrap my head around how people here make the argument that government shouldn't regulate guns because people will make their own but then turn 360 and start moonwalking when it comes to drug control. Just fucking pick a side already.
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>>42015921
If you buy a pistol you aren’t ruining your life by spending every second you’re awake thinking about the next time you get to shoot it. But if you have cocaine then you will become that addicted
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Is this part time or full time?

I just did 4 years, Army infantry. A hand full of friends went SF and the ones who went national guard SF do freelance stuff and deploy when they want to.

Sounds pretty comfy if I could do this once a month
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>>42015921
Lolbertarian detected
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>>42015836
nope. department of homeland security not department of defense
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>>42015958
Being high speed and guard is kinda tricky. You’ll deploy more than regular guard but less than active
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>>42012869
>A-HOORA
That was fucking badass as fuck
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>>42015921
More people with guns makes places safer.
More people with drugs does not.
its simple
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>>42014845
>metro dade
I wish I was born earlier than I was I want to be a vice cop in the 80s in Miami.
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>>42015943
May. May get addicted. The same also applies to alcohol, pot, sugar, and even sex. Let's have government regulate all those!
>If you buy a pistol you aren’t ruining your life by spending every second you’re awake thinking about the next time you get to shoot it
>>42015996
No. Guns have no impact on safety, positive or otherwise. And it's not a given that consumption will increase. And even then, it's not the role of the government to stop people from making stupid mistakes.
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>>42016042
Shareblue spotted
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>>42016042
>No. Guns have no impact on safety
[citation needed]

>it's not a given that consumption will increase
It doesn't matter whether or not it will. Stopping supply makes sure that consumption cannot increase to what it could without a drug ban

>it's not the role of the government to stop people from making stupid mistakes.
incorrect, in the US and everywhere else in the world. it is.
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>>42015982
Still military
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>>42016068
nope
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>>42015512
We're talking about tobacco and alcohol right?
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>>42016076
You can say nope all you want, the USCG is still a military branch
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>>42016117
>You can say nope all you want, the USCG is still a military branch

you can say the USCG is still a military branch but nope
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>>42016127
How does it feel to be retarded?
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>>42013163
>ESTADOS YOUNIDOS
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>>42013163
As a white guy who knows a bit of spanish, the coast guard guys both sounded like white americans who know a bit of spanish.
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>>42012970
Dunno about now, but back in the 70s thru the 90s, CG divers went through dive training at Coronado. This was before the establishment of the DV rating, holding a diver qualification was a collateral duty.
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>>42012869
ATASHI BAIKAL!!

https://www.foxnews.com/us/video-shows-dramatic-jump-by-guardsmen-onto-vessel-laden-with-cocaine-officials
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>>42013065
Like just for a minute imagine that they pulled the money for electric engines to dive with these things.
The CG dusts off some hedgehog launchers and obliterates them when they dive
Glorious
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>>42016042
>The same also applies to alcohol, pot, sugar, and even sex. Let's have government regulate all those!
It does, dumbass. The first 3 are regulated and taxed, sex is regulated with consent, sodomy, bestiality, and rape laws.
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>>42015982
DHS during peacetime, DOD (under the Navy) during wartime. The difference only exists for many legal reasons, those reasons which get thrown out the window in the event of a war.
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>>42015982
>>42016296
They wouldn't be able to comitatus their posse if they were military full time, including their rescue missions. Off the coast it probably doesn't make much difference.
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>>42016306
IIRC it mainly comes down to legalities in boarding foreign vessels.
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>>42012869

Isn't the Coast Guard the second largest navy all on its own?
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>>42015050
Lolbert detected
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>>42016098
Shut the fuck up junkie.
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>>42015760
Coast Guard IS military.
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>>42015383
The Coast Guard is too comfy for subs. Fuck that noise.
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>>42016117
>>42016127
You’re both kinda right. The US has 7 uniformed services. Five of those are armed services. By some measures, that makes them all military. The CG uses DOD paygrades, reinforcing the military aspect. However, the CG is not under the DOD , which purists feel disqualifies them from inclusion as a military branch. If it helps, think of the CG as a gendarmerie.

When I was in, the NYPD always had a few thousand more LEOs than we had Coasties. That should give you a sense of scale.
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>>42016332
It's gotta be up there in hull count if not in firepower.
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>>42016332
No, maybe in terms of small boat fleet, but they only have.
Russia is still #2 as far as actual navies go
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>>42016332
If we are just doing the US military number of ships goes:
1: navy
2:Army
3:Coasties.
In WW2 the US army was the largest navy in the world with more than 10,000 ships.
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>>42015806
I personally like the Air Force’s Combat Controllers. Versed in communicating and coordinating with air support, capable enough to be attached with any special ops team.
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>>42016361
Yes and no, they're also federal law enforcement which other parts of the military is explicitly not.
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>>42015165
Operation Odessa.
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>>42016289
>The first 3 are regulated and taxed,
Good, so there's nothing preventing taxing and regulating coke as well. And I'm pretty sure the sellers are consenting.
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>>42015760
Turns out nearly every agency has situations that require people trained in unconventional tactics.

hell we even have special forces meteorologists, firefighters, lumberjacks and construction workers
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>>42016913
>special forces meteorologists
This sounds like a joke, but I know a guy who failed out of their training course. They halo drop people behind enemy lines to monitor weather for aircraft doing deep strikes. It's actually pretty cool
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>>42016147
I just want ONE coastie thread where this doesn't come up because everyone just knows better.
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>>42015383
No need, just give them the whole LCS fleet and a few of those ASW modules, they'll run circles around anything the cartels can put to sea.
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>>42015050
It's in the cartels' interest to keep coke illegal.The cartels can control the prices any way they like and law enforcement takes care of the competition.
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>>42012869
>the only drugs you can have goyim are the ones that wallstreet sells you.
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>>42015512
>t. Voted for reagan
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>>42015050
>kill themselves with it
If only it were that simple. The problem becomes how many people they take out with them.
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>>42017487
Same can be said about guns.
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>>42016940
Today’s forecast: cloudy with a 100% chance of STEEL RAIN
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>>42016378
The coast guard is military. The UCMJ applies to them like every other branch.
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>>42015760
A lot of it owes to the fact that there's so many organizations in the US with overlapping mission profiles. Often it's easier to double up on things so you've got someone within your own chain of command, versus having to play nice with four other alphabet agencies on a moment's notice because you need some doorkickers.
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>>42012970
>Coast Guard MSRT used to have to go to Navy BUD/S right?
yeah and they were called DOG Teams
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>>42015760
>What's next, paramedics?
Even better
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>>42015760
>>42017778
>What's next, paramedics?
Look up USAF Special Operations Surgical Teams
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>>42017471
Which is one of the reasons why I support legalising it.
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>>42017175
Replacing their H-60s with SB-1s or V-280s on existing cutters would give them a huge range and speed increase for ASW, at least if you don't need to take the spics alive.
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>>42017763
>they used to
What happened? Do they dont anymore?
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>>42018867
SEALS and MSRT have different missions and specialties so the coast guard developed their own training. Right now there's BTOC and ATOC, soon to be condensed into TOC
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>>42016401
Like legit ships? Or shitty brown water stuff.
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>>42019515
>D-Day
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>>42016154
>>42013163
The dude said ''Alto a su barco'' I mean, you could understand but the structure is shit, a better translation would've been ''Paren su nave'' which would be easier to pronounce, video is cool and all, but the dude's spanish is just cheesy



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