US Navy Manual Of Navy Enlisted Rating Classifications The Concept of Navy Multiple Duty Assignments
" The fundamental principle in the use of Navy manpower is the concept of one person, on a ship or station, being responsible for the performance of several unrelated duties which occupy his full working time. This total working time is usually in excess of the industrial 40 hour week and consists of the following types of assignments:
Battle Stations . The manning of these positions, particularly on men-of-war, is the principal reason for sending both the ship and the man to sea. These duties are most critical from the perspective of the Navy man's basic profession, which is that of a fighting man."
First Edition on CD. If you were able to find and purchase this book it would cost over $100.00. And it is all on one CD. Three Hundred pages of high resolution text with illustrations. This book shows all of the jobs within a rating, as an example the 29 different positions within the Boatswain's Mate Rating including the CB Boatswain's Mate. Learn what a Amphibious Rocket Captain, a Gas King and an Oil King do! These and over one thousand other US Navy job descriptions are detailed
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US Navy Manual Of Navy Enlisted Rating Classifications on CD - November 1949 with updates through January 1954