STRAPPED INTO A SINKING HELICOPTER (with U.S. Marines) - Smarter Every Day 201

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Duane Appleget : I worked in Marine Corps Aviation Logistics and had many friends who were air crew on helicopters (MAG-29)...according to them, anyone who says they are not nervous are complete liars. lol Bc the brain's self-preservation is a powerful force...but the key to being a Marine is overcoming our fears to accomplish the mission. Great job guys!! This video should be added to their training schedule.

SeanHodgins : The first time I went surfing, I had just driven 3 days by myself across the country. I went to a surf shop and picked up a board. After some exhausting minutes learning stuff, I finally grabed a wave. It was a little bigger than I first though and it sent me flying forward into the water. It absolutely crushed me, shot me down to the bottom, and I remember my leg touching some rocks as I tumbled. The leash on the my ankle pulled my leg in the direction the board was headed and I had no idea where I was. There was no "up". Panic set in as I didn't have a chance to get a real breath before I entered the water. I didn't know where I was. I didn't know how to surface, I thought I was going to drown. Then suddenly I had this moment of clarity. I just told myself to sit still at the bottom, be calm, wait. I remember opening my eyes and looking up at the massive crashing wave above me, but where I was it was calm and quiet. I told myself I wasn't going to run out of breath immediately, so I took a moment to figure out the situation. I just relaxed and waited for everything to pass. I looked around again, the water above was calm. I swam up, grabbed my board, and headed for shore. I still think of this moment when I get overwhelmed by stuff. How I was able to just sit back and analyze the situation. This was one of the scariest moments of my life while I was entering the water, only to turn into one of the calmest I can remember to this day.

Cameron Pacula : just drink the water

Timboah : How did they get in the Marine without being able to swim?😂🤷‍♂️

I post memes Guy : The intro was like the beginning of a call of duty game

Daniel Moore : Love the message at the end 😊

sapiens : This is effing terrifying. But man is it cool to watch.

DroneZone360 : Lol why am I holding my breath??? XD

Gabe Hoffmann : Ever since I was young my small little town had a public pool. I started going with my parents when I was around 6 and by age 8-9 I was going alone, which wasn’t completely allowed but since I went for so long I was practically family. I was there basically every single day from noon to 8, with an hour or two break. I’m not exaggerating when I say that either, every single day with minor exceptions. I eventually went so much that the life guards gave me quarters to help clean up after everyone left at 8. I taught myself to swim more than anything, my parents just let me be and I’m happy they did. Doing something for yourself is much more satisfying. I became a Cub Scout for quite a few years and a couple years of Boy Scouts, didn’t quite make Eagle Scouts because I just didn’t have the time. At a camp we went to 4 times a year, we had multiple days where we had two hours of swim class. There were a few rankings you could be and had to have a keychain to show what you were. I was the highest there was, along with only one other person, out of the couple hundred that were there. Being 10 or 11 at the time being better than all of the older 16-17 year olds, really boosted my confidence. Now, being 17, having my town pool shut down because they didn’t have the funding a couple years ago, really hurt. Lost a bunch of friends that I made there and lost what I feel like a piece of my life. I don’t know why I shared with you guys this story but if you did read, I just wanted to get that story out there. Haven’t talked about it in a long time and just wanted to express my love for the water.

Mystic Rose : I wouldn't be nervous I'd be shiting myself

danandjoe vids : Just place a sponge block

What's Inside? : Listen to the last half with audio only and this message has nothing to do with Helicopters. It’s all about making it through life. Thanks for the Sunday video.

Doggo : Who else at least held their breaths just one or twice

TDS KillZwitch : How to die 101

Omar the glitcher : If just a single person reads this it would make my day 👍 Have a great life and good luck in the future I know fame doesn’t happen over night but I am trying my hardest to become a successful YouTuber Thanks a lot

Hey Hey : Don’t call them marines for nothing

Experimental Fun : How are those Marines that far into training and they haven't even learned to swim yet? lol

69 or 420 : 2:39 Are you scared? Meh terrified

ThasDooDoo : I thought that red thing left on the tumbnail was blood lol

Cheeto God : YouTube recommendations you know

Bro : The thumbnail looks like the Mission Impossible: Fallout trailer scene

TAOFLEDERMAUS : Somewhat recently one of those tourist helicopters crashed in the water and people drowned and it baffled me how they couldn't get out, but it all makes sense now.

Can we get 500 subscribers : I tought this was an gameplay video

Gator Boys : I would of been dead in 20 secs

YTAirhead : -Please tell me you survive-

Surya : I do this in my swimming pool and am able to get back to the surface every time. Takes a bit of practice to prevent water from flooding your sinuses but it's definitely doable, and water in the sinuses is torture, especially because it's chlorinated. However my pool isn't a super deep pool, so it's probably much harder than that.

Quahntasy - Animating Universe : This is so much more terrifying in real life than what we see in movies. And that ending <3

Suda Swirl : This gave me anxiety

IM A GOOFY Goober : Quick question is Hawaii property of America

Barney _ : Your name says smartereveryday but I don’t think so because you just attempted to die.

Josh Griffin : Nope I'd have a panic attack

Jthesquid625 gamestuff : This is why my dream job is a computer scientist, and not a marine. That and computer scientists have less risk of getting shot than a marine, and computer scientists can make anywhere from $56,000 to $140,000 per year.

Zerø : In a real situation I think it will be more difficult to get into the surface because it wont be a swimming pool

HD Studio : 0:49 Is it a C130?

AcTive ツ : Wait why would you be a marine if you cant even swim?

MicarHaus A : One more thing to put on his resume in order to get nasa to make him an astronaut

Sirpoopsalot : *stands up and salutes*

o0o.D499er.o0o : NOW, add the noise of the blades, and the rotors hitting the water, then add the panic and unexpectancy of it, then add the year of time u had to forget all this....

William Shamblin : I kinda wanna do this it looks like fun if you have all the safety divers and regulators, almost looks like a roller coaster or attraction in a way.

Tristan Hernandez : I would never be able to do that

Franklin Allen : Sometimes, because he is so mild mannered, I forget Destin is a bit of a badass.

Lenneth Rosario : This is so cool. Glad I subbed to the random video that came up to my feed

Og maco Sheesh : 9:25 is it me or was that really satisfying.

john john : the channel name and this videos title doesnt add up

Creer Studioz : *_I can't even touch water_*

dazhibernian : The fate of my passengers in GTA V.

C Myers : Thank you for your service

Guava juice Forever : How to survive in safe zone

Nicole Mclean : Omg y was that so nerve racking like i was there

Robloxiscancer 3 : *_how did this happen Dinesh_*