The Royal Navy's sinking ship simulator is officially named the Phoenix Damage Repair and Instructional Unit, or DRIU (pronounced 'drew'). It buffets trainees with rushing water from multiple holes created by "missile strikes," and can even tilt a full 15 degrees to mimic ocean conditions. Trainees have to block the holes by hammering wooden wedges into them and ceasing the flow of water. According to the Royal Navy, this type of training has saved at least two flooding ships from sinking.
This Sinking Ship Simulator Is As Scary And Wet As The Real Thing
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