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I served on the Sedneth 701 years ago. You go work there if you desperate need money. In my time 50% of crews quit every tour.
Hope it got better. These are tough jobs and Sedneth/Sedco was not most pleasant employer. The USMC might be easier.
Training is like: We only show you once whilst you get chewing Tobacco. Connections rate used to be extremely high.
Watching Black Gold on TV gives a wrong impression.
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