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It got the AEF to wake me up with section one regardless of the fact that I was not in that watch section.
I think Beer Court flunked out of ELT school. Personally, I get paid as an HP a little better than a Laborer or Boilermaker.
I otta schmack ya fer that. ELT was absolutely not a collateral duty. Only the lazy non-ELT's in M-Div. thought so. They expected us to carry the same share of M Div. watches, PM's and training as they did. But, my PRIMARY NEC was 3366. (ELT) It was my primary duty, and I was lucky if the MLPO gave me half a day a week to do it.
I stood sonar operator and ERS watches as underway ELT and also had to change demin resin cause that nasty old M-div chief told me that the demin were my gear.
If you had it that hard.. I feel sorry for you... on my first boat we ALL pitched in. I rigged out many a MSW or ASW pump underway as well as replaced MG bearings at PD. And yeah... I qualified as secondary chemist to help out the beleagured ELT Division personnel. i guess it all came down to which boat and which crew you managed to draw....it sounds like you were on the troubled Greenling crew....
According to the Enginnering Department Orgainization Manual, "...(the ELT) shall have no other duties." Standing Sonar or Planesman watches for the fun of it was OK, but being ERS was not.
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