Thursday, June 15, 2017

Missing US Navy Sailor Thought To Be Lost At Sea Found Alive Hiding On Board Ship

Gas Turbine Systems Technician (Mechanical) 3rd Class Peter Mims © US Navy

Task & Purpose: Sailor Thought To Have Fallen Overboard Found Hiding In Engine Room Of USS Shiloh

For 50 hours, the U.S. Navy’s 7th Fleet and Japanese Coast Guard and naval forces frantically searched for Gas Turbine Systems Technician 3rd Class Peter Mims — a sailor who went missing from the USS Shiloh.

Now, more than a week later, Mims has been found alive, hiding in the engine room, Navy Times first reported on Thursday. How he survived there for seven days is a mystery, but we’re willing to bet MREs and piss bottles were involved.

When they couldn’t find him on June 8, the crew of the USS Shiloh presumed Mims fell overboard and ordered a massive search-and-rescue party.

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WNU Editor: Multiple ships spent days looking for him .... not counting the stress to shipmates and family. I can only imagine the consequences on what is going to happen next.

More News On Shiloh Sailor Believed Lost at Sea Found Alive On Ship

Shiloh Sailor Believed Lost at Sea Found Alive on Ship -- Military.com
Navy sailor who went missing at sea found alive a week later onboard his own ship -- Pilot.com/AP
Missing USS Shiloh sailor thought to be lost at sea found alive on board ship -- ABC News
US Navy sailor presumed lost at sea is found hiding in ship's engine room -- FOX News
Missing US Navy sailor presumed dead is found alive hiding on board -- RT

5 comments:

Chase jones said...

Is that Chris brown

RussInSoCal said...

That's at least a BCD and possibly Leavenworth for this fool.

Matthew Putnam said...

As a Navy vet who spent a couple years as a BM, it is easy to say that he is entirely screwed and his chain will get their ass reamed fresh

Aizino Smith said...

Big Chicken Dinner.

They may have wasted 1 to 2 hours of everyone E7 & above on the Shiloh and that is on top of the search and rescue.

James said...

He'll wish that he had jumped before it's all said and done.