Issues to work out with new designs.
and while often referred to as the "head" or "john", a lot of sailors refer to it as the "shotter", possibly the most important piece of equipment on any naval vessel, although some have been known to use a bucket... lol.Issues to work out with new designs.
Jura, I cannot name names or give full detail but I know the US has had treaties thru NATO and SEATO(Southeast Asia Treaty Organization) to have ships deployed in certain areas for certain times...well at least we use to. If I knew more details I'd let you know.man what do you mean by this:
please give me examples of what "would be violated" by pulling back
Nope. I don't consider too much what others think of me. Of course I'm human from time to time I do. I know I have in this forum. Well now wait a minute..when I was stationed in the Philippines we had a CPO that spent an inordinate amount of time in the head. Mostly what he did in there was look at porn magazines. Yep..in the Philippines...The man died when he was 41 of acute alcohol poisoning.So BD, have you ever made a similar statement about some other so and so??? truth here brother???
I remember things long past. I remember being in indoctrination class aboard John F Kennedy in April 1972 and the officer in charge (OIC) explaining that there was a treaty with NATO requiring the US to keep two carriers in the MED at all times. This went on for years..into the late 70s or early 80s. Then who knows? Not me. That changed more than likely because of the oil crisis that have risen up from time to time in the last 40 years...and aboard Midway in a similar indoctrination class in August 1973 the OIC stated there was some sort of agreement with SEATO nations that the USN keep one carrier in the western Pacific at all times...There has been a carrier homeported in Yokosuka Japan since October 1973. Midway, Independence, Kitty Hawk, George Washington & Ronald Reagan.I know the US has had treaties thru NATO and SEATO(Southeast Asia Treaty Organization)