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Canada Navy's new enemy: fire

Apparently, instead of purchasing new military equipment the Government has a better solution. According to a commons committee, the navy should review the way it trains its sailors so they can combat the inherent dangers of decrepit military equipment provided to them, notably firefighting. It appears that our government figures that training our sailors how to fight and combat enemy fire isn’t as important as firefighting. That’s right sailors firefighting. Don’t worry about enemy fire, worry about fighting the fires on the decrepit, second hand submarines that your government has ineptly provided you with. Talk about effective war games.

M.K. Braaten

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