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Re: Identifying old stores in the RQ
« Reply #25 on: April 27, 2019, 21:47:10 »
Is Internal Security, or BDF, no longer a thing?
Apparently, a "USUAL SUSPECT"

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 Every normal man must be tempted at times to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and start slitting throats

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Re: Identifying old stores in the RQ
« Reply #26 on: April 27, 2019, 22:17:23 »
Quote from: Colin P
You be surprised, there are likley ships out there using similar gear.

Quote from: dapaterson
If you have a 1950s vintage CAF warship, we still have spares, new in the box.

The best CO I know, for logistics was a MARS officer....pause for your liquid support.  :whistle:
Anything that could not meet the upcoming SAV inspection, no excuses - was shoved into the rented container.

Yes. We passed the SAV.

Now.
The container is gone by end FY.
If you can't justify to pass the SAV to bring it back into the unit, dispose of it.

I'm not a supply tech, but loved hearing / experiencing this.
Sadly, this effective example is rare.
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