In 2019, I took part in a challenge: watching 9 different videos at the same time, in 15 minutes, from the 13500 frame screen accurately locked only seconds of the target characters, netizens gave me a \"Navy Eagle Eye\" title. My job is to capture valid information in the shortest possible time, through the flashing numbers on the radar screen, and then quickly, timely and accurately report to the commander, so that he can make the right decision in the first time to avoid the possible danger on the route.
There was a drill where strong winds blew up on the sea, gusts reached level 8, huge waves hit the bridge, and the commander's clothes on the bridge were all wet. At that time, the submarine's maximum tilt was close to 30 degrees, like a tumbler floating on the sea. As the submarine bumped up and down so hard, my whole heart was up and down, and I couldn't help vomiting after a while. The stomach vomits empty vomit bile, the bile vomits again spits saliva, the mouth is very bitter, every second is a kind of torment. After a while, the sea was foggy and visibility was only more than ten meters. To ensure the safety of the voyage, I increased the frequency of reporting radar observations. My nerves were tense, and the great pressure made me forget the hunger and the cold, and I worked on the battlefield for eight hours until the submarine reached its intended waters.
At the end of the day, I dragged my tired body into a hammock and fell asleep. We've had many such thrilling moments over the years. During a recent training mission, my boat moved deeper in a certain sea, and suddenly I heard the rudder report a malfunction. Immediately after, the digital brush on the depth meter jumps up,8 meters,9 meters. Commander quickly identified the situation ordered, radar boot, I use the shortest time to conduct detection, and report to the commander sea safety. He quickly issued an air-supply command, submarine deep control after the safety of floating, eventually turned dangerous.
It's like a free-standing little world where there's no sunlight, and we've got clocks to tell the difference between the day and the night; a cramped cabin with no fresh air and high temperatures and humidity; a narrow hammock that can only lie flat on its back; and a machine that makes all sorts of noises and conditions are relatively bitter, and it's hard to sleep comfortably. On a return trip, the early morning sun was still at sea level, and we sailed up the water as planned. As soon as I got to the bridge, I saw six dolphins jumping and frolicking in the direction of the bow, as if welcoming us home and swimming faster than anyone else.
We were so excited by the amazing sight that I subconsciously touched my pocket and prepared to take a photo. Does everybody want to see the picture too? Too bad we can't go to sea with our cell phones, we can't shoot them.
Since the founding of New China, our troops have been the first regular sub-unit to be upgraded from imported to basic domestic production. As far as the radar I'm in charge of is concerned, it's gone from hand-shaking to touch-touching.
It is the responsibility of all of us to guard the coastal defence of our country. I believe that we will certainly be able to shoulder the mission assigned by the new era to build a great wall of underwater steel in the ten thousand miles of the motherland.