Discussion in 'The Fleet' started by brigham600, Aug 21, 2009.
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Raleigh Award for sailor
Bugger, it's on the IntraNet..... :sad2:
Don't cry, Thingy ...
Here you go:
Sorry, my fault and I should have uploaded the correct link as I forgot I was at work using the IntraNet.
Well done to this young man for his efforts.
BUT - Does "Logistician specializing in hospitality" - mean "Steward"?
If so, why not say so? Why do people have to use this gobbledegook instead of proper English?
2BM (ex COOK - not logistician, chef, slop jockey et al)
It's not (well, I suppose it is) gobleaduke.
Stewards are Logistics (Deliverers) and Chefs are Logistics (Providers).
I don't exactly have my finger on the pulse of the catering world, but believe that the two (Chefs and Stewards) will become one soonish - certainly at Senior Rate level.
Separate names with a comma.