Q: Where have you been in your 23-year career?
A: Countries throughout North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Hundley recalled playing football and hitting golf balls at the North Pole after surfacing through 56 inches of ice.
Q: What's it take to join the Navy?
A: Graduate from high school and “you can leave the next weekend.” The Navy has higher education opportunities; Hundley is one class away from earning a master's degree.
Q: How much time do you get off each year?
A: 30 days' leave, plus federal holidays.
Q: Are tattoos allowed? Piercings?
A: You must be able to cover tattoos. Gang tattoos are a nonstarter. Women can wear pierced earrings.
Q: Are there women on the USS Oklahoma City?
A: No, but the Navy's submarine service is building a cadre of women officers. They will serve as mentors to support women sailors as they enter the service.