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Anatomy of the send - Captain Cook's Endeavour КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ identify: Anatomy of the send - Captain Cook's Endeavour writer: DK Modellbau (from unique Conway) Language: german Серия "Anatomy of the send" (Анатомия корабля)Год издания: Date 2007 Авторы: (Author: Marquardt, Karl Heinz) Издательство: Conway Maritime PressISBN 0851778968 Формат: PDFархив: RARразмер: fifty one mbКоличество страниц: 128 скачать - зеркало:скачать - uploadingзеркало:скачать - hotfile eighty five

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If all line officers on a ship were killed or incapacitated the chief boatswain’s mate would be in command. The seaman branch ratings were known as right arm rates because petty officers of this branch wore their rating badge on the right sleeve of their uniform. All other petty officer ratings were left arm rates; their rating badge was on the left sleeve. Rating badges (an eagle and chevrons) were worn only by petty officers and only on blue and white uniforms. At that time rating badges were not worn on pea coats and chevrons, denoting petty officer grade, were not stenciled on dungarees.

Chapter 2 The Ship’s Company The ship’s company comprised the officers and enlisted men permanently assigned to the ship. If the ship were designated a flagship, the division or squadron commander and his staff (officers and enlisted) were also on board but they were not considered ship’s company. Also excluded were the following: 1. Officers and enlisted men ordered on board for temporary duty for training. 2. Civilian technicians embarked to observe, adjust or repair specific equipment or systems.

The primary access was a double wide inclined ladder at the after end of the after deck house. There was also a single inclined ladder access at the forward starboard side of the deck house and a main deck ventilation hatch at the port side of the forward compartment, but this hatch was closed when underway. The bunks in the enlisted man’s berthing spaces were three high pipe frames with enough space between bunks to roll over but not enough vertical clearance to sit up. The top bunks were preferred as they were directly adjacent to the ventilation ports.

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