Jersey City native serves at sea aboard Navy's newest and most-advanced attack submarine       | State Broadcast News
By Chief Mass Communication Specialist Erica R. Gardner Navy Office of Community Outreach PEARL HARBOR – A Jersey City, New Jersey, native and 2012 Dickinson High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard one of the Navy's newest attack submarines, USS Hawaii. Petty Officer 3rd Class Marcos Jusino works as a fire control technician serving aboard the Pearl Harbor-based submarine, one of 56 fast attack submarines in the U.S. Navy. Fire control technicians are responsible for tracking and making assessments on surface contacts using electronic equipment. "I brought my taste of music into the military with me," said Jusino. "It keeps me motivated." Jobs are highly varied aboard the submarine, according to Navy officials. Approximately 130 men and women make up the submarine's crew, doing everything from handling weapons to maintaining nuclear reactors. Navy officials explained that attack submarines are designed to hunt down and destroy enemy submarines and surface ships; strike