Pilots who I have known told me years ago that Navy pilots when the leave the Navy and go on to flying commercial tend to blow tires given they are so trained to land on a carrier.
That is complete and utter hogwash.
A non-navy pilot told you that, and it’s one of the dumbest things I’ve heard.
Navy landings take extreme precision. That precision results in consistent, good landings in commercial operations. Navy pilot training washes out poor performers.
Worst landing I have ever seen in airline operations was from a civilian pilot. They may be used to flaring, but precision was never drilled into them. Poor performers continue on, as standards are not as rigorous, and civilian landings are monitored and scrutinized by LSOs.
I’ve got folding money that says this was NOT a Navy pilot.
Beyond that, I can’t comment.