Sub Week on the Military Channel March 5 to 9

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Sub Week on the Military Channel
from militaryspot.com

SUB WEEK on the Military Channel March 5 to 9 

Monday, March 5

and

Friday, March 9

8-9 PM

[TV-PG]

World Premiere

TOP TEN SUBMARINES**

Whether patiently stalking their prey in two World Wars or carrying devastating nuclear missiles as a deterrent in the Cold War, these hunters of the deep have played an often unseen but crucial role in the conflicts of the 20th century.  Based on scientific analyses, expert opinion, audience polls and technical comparison, we construct a five-point matrix to rank the TOP TEN SUBMARINES of all time.

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3 Responses to “Sub Week on the Military Channel March 5 to 9”


  1. 1 Anne Ivy 27 February, 2007 at 8:33 am

    Thanks for the heads-up!

    Our son is posted at Groton and the USS Dallas. His idea of telling us what it’s like on a submarine is to advise us to watch “Down Periscope”. :^p

    I think I’d rather watch the upcoming series.

  2. 2 Wendy 27 February, 2007 at 9:56 am

    Anne –

    My favorite sub movie is The Hunt for Red October, but I can’t watch it with the husband because he tries to ruin it for me. He says it isn’t very realistic.

    He also says “Down Periscope” is very realistic and is one of his favorite movies.

    I’m looking forward to watching sub week too.

    If you have a free moment head on over to milblogging.com and vote for my blog in the spouse section. Today is the last day to vote! Thanks!

  3. 3 MT1(SS) 27 February, 2007 at 1:04 pm

    “Down Periscope” is probably the most accurate depiction of submarine life I’ve seen in a move. I’ve worked with every single personality depicted.

    From the high-strung, overbearing XO, to the voltage-impaired radioman, to the crusty old Chief, every persona shown is represented in our modern submarine force.

    Das Boot is another superb (some would say ‘definitive’) big-screen insight into submariners, and holds a special place in the heart of submariners of every nationality. Even though we’re journeying with the ‘enemy’ in this movie, submariners still feel a special attachment, and even sympathy, to those that have experienced the same things they do.


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