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Being A Russian Sailor Would Be The Worst

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This is the sort of thing that you think of when painting all those round frigates...

So you get CONSCRIPTED into the Russian Military.

Bad.

But you are prone to motion sickness, so you figure there's no way you could end up on a boat.

WRONG.

They don't care. They are Russians.

But your motion sickness makes you a rotten sailor. Where does that put you?

Cannon fodder division, first class.

You can still run the bilge pump while you ralph your guts out.

And those damn frigates don't just go up and down and up and down... they go round and round and round...

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This all goes against the proud traditions of the Russian Navy, or Navy of the Russian Coalition (Флотом русский коалиции) to give it its full title.

 

Russian sailors are no different to any others in the world and their traditions go back to before Tsar Peter the Great who built the Russian navy into what was then a modern fighting force.  This has been continued right up to the present day with Tsar Vladimir of the house of Rurik-Novy.

 

Russia's enemies have all suffered at the ends of the barrels of Mother Russia's Great Navy! 

 

 

PS

Any Russian readers of this, my apologies if the translation of Navy of the Russian Coalition in Cyrillic is wrong?

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For all of you who think being a Russian sailor sucks would you rather end up on a reconnaissance mission?  'Cause in WWII when they did that they generally would throw three or four companies at the German lines and judge how tough the defenses were by how many came back.  If that does not suck what does?

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