The quick and easy answer is: the ship will probably run over you. I qualified as OOD underway on cruise on Kitty Hawk--don't ask me why--"bonding" with my Black Shoe brethren, perhaps? The ship handling drill was to initiate an immediate turn (appropriate direction) while reversing the inboard propellers to "try" to keep the screws away from the splashed A/C. In anticipation of running over the A/C and crew---the hope was to keep from shredding them. With an ejection seat, some good wind, and a little luck---in theory, the crew will have a better chance, but no guarantees, of course. One of my former squadron mates paired with one of my former RAG mates punched after a cold cat--daylight--WX no factor. They never recovered either one of them---the ship ran over them. After returning from cruise the ship was put in dry-dock. Upon inspection of one of the below-waterline intake screens, they found some skeletal remains and the flight gear from one of the crew. Very depressing...the ship had dragged what was left of him around for 4-5 months.