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TIMBERG: Then I went to Camp Pendleton, California, for about eight months and then I was in the Marine Corps -- what you call mount-out.
Both Horner and his master chief had been through this before—not a drill, but a mount-out for the real thing.
But a mount-out did not mean action—only about one time in ten did an emergency recall and mount-out result in an actual mission.
Like the boss said, for now it’s a mount-out drill, but you better have it exactly right, ’cause you might have to use it.