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CRAMPED, ISOLATED, AND HEAVILY-ARMED: What life is like on a Navy submarine via Business Insider

With deployments underwater typically running 90 days, life onboard a submarine is anything but normal.

Cramped quarters are the norm, and sailors must have the right technical know-how as well as determination to spend months underwater at a time.

To even be eligible to be a crewman aboard a submarine, applicants must pass a series of grueling tests, psychological evaluations, and intensive courses.

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