stand the underway Combat Systems Officer of the Watch--actually,
re-qualified.(*See note.) Been digging into the publications and manuals
and I think I've got a good handle on things.
That's a good thing, too, because I need to focus energies on doing other
Like casualty control exercises, where we cause a system or equipment to
give indications that it's not working well. Then we train the technician
or watchstander to recognize the symptoms and restore the equipment. If the
watchstander is already good at it, we evaluate the performance. I have a
lot of those sorts of exercises to prepare.
Going to do one of those now. :o)