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Old 04-09-2018, 10:01 PM   #21
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Supply fan

S 01-281-1

Located on the 01 level at frame 281 just outboard of centerline on the starboard side.



Controller is located

5-250-0-E

On the 5th deck at frame 250 at the centerline in an engineering space



Remote control locations are also marked.



Any sailor can go to any ship and find these things.

Every room, every space aboard ship has a never changing location number. All are marked on the walls in what we called a Bulls Eye. Tells you were your at and who owns the location.



But sadly in a land locked building there is no requirement for universal space makings.

Each factory might have its own way. That makes life easy for the house mouse to find things quickly.


Reminds me of damage control during duty sections.


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Old 04-10-2018, 08:15 AM   #22
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Reminds me of damage control during duty sections.


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Ding ding ding ding

Flooding, Flooding, Flooding
Flooding In compartment
01-250-2-Q
Away the import duty damage control party...


Belay my last,

Ding,
All hands muster on the pier.
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Ding ding ding ding

Flooding, Flooding, Flooding
Flooding In compartment
01-250-2-Q
Away the import duty damage control party...


Belay my last,

Ding,
All hands muster on the pier.
Neat! I never knew about that system.
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