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[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] In the crews lounge or library (quite an assortment of books including encyclopedia American [[line across page]] College "students" Ph.D.'s afloat. Two men are supposed to be on duty each operation or separate phase of work. Often (or at least at times only one is around; and that one goes down to wake his relief; then without waiting to see that the awakened man gets up and onto the job goes off to bed [[strikethrough]] d [[/strikethrough]]. [Its inconceivable]. [[margin, short diagonal lines extending down paragraph]] Expensive gear is being towed behind, needs competent watch and attention, yet when ship stops or changes course, [[experi?]] gear (or magnetometer) is endangered & then lost, and guy in charge of it blames the bridge for not notifying him of change - "they did not tell me." [[/margin]] Seems as though an alert man would realize change of course, absence of engine vibrations would sense at least some change requiring instrument care or retrieval. Much the same happens when wind direction dial in lab fails to register; student is aghast, I don't know what's wrong, I can't get wind direction or
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