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OAN represents one of the most diversified divisions on board the HANSON. Unity
through diversity is not their motto, however, for each person in every facet of the division is
proud to be such a valuable member of the ship's company". On the surface the ship's office
would appear to be one unified section. Upon closer examination, though, one finds that two
ratings are present here-yeoman, the men who maintain the ship's paperwork and the
personnelmen-the men who maintain the ship's service records. Although they seldom get
along between them together they modestly claim to be the Hub of the ship and responsible
only to the Executive Officer. The postal clerks, on the other hand, assert that unless the mail
is delivered the crews morale would be so low that effective work would be impaired.
Therefore they are the Hub. Of course, the chief corpsman states that without him everyone
would be too sick to H work. Hence he is the Hub. The quartermasters make no such
extravagant claims but do quietly admit that the ship would never find its way across the ill
charted seas without their "expert navigation".
Throughout the deployment this, the administrative division of the ship, functioned in an
admirable if not outstanding manner. Their record speaks for itself-a job well done.
YNC R. W. Barnes
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