So, my compulsive liar platoon sergeant once said that he had jumped off of an aircraft carrier. Let's break that down.
A. On today's supercarriers, the flight deck is roughly 60 feet from the surface of the water. You would need a near perfect dive or toothpick for your leap to not be fatal.
B. The U.S. Army is the ground force of the U.S. Military. There is absolutely no reason for a soldier to be on an aircraft carrier. Most of the security is done by the Marines.
C. Even in the most unlikely of circumstances that a soldier is on an aircraft carrier, why in the land of the free, home of the brave would he have to bail on his sailor brothers and take to the seas?
Comment on why you think this alledgedly happened, because I'm lost in the sauce.