Long Beach (CGN 9) - Naval Cruise Book

 - Class of 1967

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I l l i . , i l i l 5 I "Dear President Johnson..." V l "Dear Ftosita..." l ! "I-low d'ya spell 'antidisestablishmentarianism'?" OR Division serves both the ship and Flag with reliable, secure and rapid servicein com- munications. An extensive train- ing program allows the men ofthe division to be rotated among the various duties in the radio shack. Every iob on the Comm watch bill is of equal importance as a breakdown at any one point may cause serious delay in trans- mitting messages. OR Division operated on a port- starboard watch bill throughout WESTPAC, which substantially cuts liberty compared to the rest ofthe ship. Because communica- tions is a 24-hour job, both at sea and in port, the men must spend the maiority of their time on watch. The personnel of the division realize the day role that they play, not only to the ship, but to the task Force and the Fleet.



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