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atuaft ' " The Engineering Department is made up of many different rates and job codes, all working together. It ' s a real team and that ' s why it l works so well. Among ourselves we really develop an appreciation of what the other guy has to do and that ' s what draws us closer together. " « !§ mum
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OSM2 Karl J. Arbogast Tiffin, Ohio OSM8 Ricky Sibulboro Nueva Ecisa, Philippines GSM2 Doug " Moon " Mulle Beatrice, Nebraska Gas Turbine System Technician (GS) GSM3 Wally Schroth Gulf Breeze, Florida FN Terrance L. Sharkey Everett, Washington De»ert refueling MP DIVISION MP Division and the equipment they operate and maintain are what makes a Spruance Class Destroyer unique among naval ships. With the ability to accelerate from " dead in the water " to 30+ knots in less than one minute and then to " dead in the water " in two lengths of the ship, the " JOHN YOUNG " is one of the most maneuverable vessels afloat. The main propulsion division is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the ship ' s jet engines and generators. Keeping the engines running for 35,000 miles requires the teamwork and devotion to duty that is a trademark of " JOHN YOUNG " engineers. Like their counterparts on conventional ships, the gas-turbine specialists on the " JOHN YOUNG " must deal with gears, grease, springs, and other paraphernalia associated with mechanics, but unlike the engineers on other classes of ships, they are just as likely to be working with one of the hundreds of computer circuits which control the ship ' s automated propulsion plant. MP Division has some of the most talented technicians in the Navy, who specialize in such areas as gas turbines, electronics. and fuel chemistry. The ability of " JOHN YOUNG " to be ready and able to go anywhere anytime is a direct result of the closely knit team-within-the-team that is MP Division!
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