Port or Starboard

Port or Starboard


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#8
Always worked on Port Watches just how it happened. Unfortunately now I work with the Crabs it A or B and 1 or 2 shifts.
How dare we mention anything remotely nautical, after a while you realise its just easier to go along with it.
AND BREAK THEM DOWN IN OTHER WAYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
#13
Ex wafu. Three watches at sea and 24 about ashore when working on fixed wing. Great watch keeping system.
Watch on stop on when on a ships flight. Load of crap!
 
#14
I was special duties (Blue card)!
Never did a watch in my seagoing career only in barracks!
Did 3 Christmas duties (second leave best) in the UK spent 4 Christmases abroad. East of Suez!! Thats when we had a navy and could afford to send ships to the Pacific....
 
#19
Ex wafu. Flight Deck Watches at sea ( nothing like Fishhead watches) and 24 about ashore when working on Fire Stations.
Had a couple of Blue Carders ashore in my time.
RoofRat
 
#20
Never kept a watch on my last few ships,always wangled SSFP.
Though while serving on a Ton class as a an Lmem(L) I was made to keep middles and mornings on the bridge.I suspect to keep the OOW company.
No use to anyone! Though I could use a pair of binoculars and make tea!
 
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