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My mlcs had been recently transferred, and I was the shop sup as a ML1,on the old Shenendoah ad26. a young Lt. Mpa from a ship we were working on came in the shop to check on his main shaft bearings. I told him when they should be up to the machine shop. From there he went right to my div. office to verify it. My master chief called and I told him that I had answered all his concerns. The next day I made MLC> A few days later the Lt. showed up again. I told him we were pouring it that afternoon. He said thanks chief and left. I waited a while I called my div. office, and was told that he had not stopped by. That is when I realized that I had instant reliability just being a chief. 

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Comment by David W Asche on August 23, 2013 at 4:03pm

I was a VIP when I was an MLFN.  I  had a  Second Class MR working for ME after he found out his second class crow was not worth a damn.  I didn't have a lot of problems doing my job.

Comment by James Franklin Benson on August 19, 2013 at 8:54am


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