The U.S. Navy takes quality control to the next level, as evidenced by newly footage showing the USS Jackson undergoing mind-blowing shock trials off the Floridian coast earlier this summer.
In a social media post, the Navy explains that the full ship shock trials "validate the operational survivability" of new vessels after exposure to underwater shock.
From the looks of it, the Jackson passed each test with flying colors; the vessel hardly moves, even as large explosives are detonated within frighteningly close proximity.
Navy vessel stands firm during mind-blowing shock trials
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