Skull & Bones: Donald Cook Engineering Video

09.10.09

Categorie: Africa, Axe on Donald Cook, David Axe, Naval, Piracy |

A year after Somali piracy peaked with more than 100 ships attacked, the world’s navies have assembled dozens of warships to combat the threat. David Axe joins the U.S. Navy destroyer USS Donald Cook in Djibouti, to observe firsthand this “global war on piracy.”

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by DAVID AXE

Ensign Justin Kelly takes us on a tour of Donald Cook‘s engine room.

(Video: David Axe)

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One Response to “Skull & Bones: Donald Cook Engineering Video”

  1. Matthew says:

    I like this one. I do wish the engineers did more than sit and wait for the computer to tell them what to do, but eh, that’s progress i guess.

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