Discussion in 'The Fleet' started by waveyourflag, Jul 6, 2010.
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how many(L.O) serve on a ship, like an aircraft carrier
Last time I served on an operational carrier (10 years back), there was a Commander, a Lt Cdr, a Lt and a S/lt, so 4, the last being a Upper Yardman.
Doubtless that may well have changed in the decade since, but as the crew have reduced significantly since then, it is logically (har-de-har) unlikely there will be more serving afloat with less manpower in the department. :wink:
Just for comparison, HMS Gloucester has 2 Logistics Officers:
cheers guys, so is it an ok job
You'll be lucky to get three sea jobs during your career. Mainly jobs ashore.
ohh, not sure if ill be up for that then
No, I don't think you will.
Beautiful delivery there mucker. I'm welling-up with pride
You taught me well master.
Thread drift, remember a pic on the Fife with the title ''Sgt's Five''...........
outgoing Cdr X with new Cdr X strolling on the flight deck with Cdr E , Cdr WE and Cdr S.
On a Carrier:
LO/DLO (Lt Cdr)
Adm Sec (Senior Lt)
LO(Cash) (Lt, poss WO1)
LO(Stores) (as above)
LO(Catering) (as above)
Capt's Sec (Junior Lt)
If you're sent there as a Lt, you will rotate between the 4 junior jobs before getting your recommendation for Charge.
Up to date info.....
and when YO's emabarked maybe a TLOGS
LOCS (WO1) Catering Services
LOSC(WO1) Stores Chain
On a Submarine there is just one - usually a Lt.... and you keep watches in the Control Room in addition to doing your pussery
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