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Sailor lost hand on USS Georgia

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    Posted: 26 Jun 2018 at 3:50pm
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Never heard of a TSO.




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Me either. Night orders sure but TSO not so much. Never knew of safety interlocks on the compactor either.

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Might have been a Trident thing.. we had TSOs on Henry M. Jackson (and occasionally broken interlocks on our TCU).
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As I recall on the boats I served on in the 70s special instructions were conveyed via the CO’s night orders or the Engineering night orders. I don’t recall ever having a situation where special operating instructions were necessary so I don’t know what we would have done.
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