The Official Report for Week Ending September 11, 2011

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The Official Report for Week Ending September 11, 2011

Postby Gilbert » Tue Sep 20, 2011 7:43 pm

Summary of shipboard & offsite work for the week ending September 11, 2011

Saturday, September 10

Torsk Crew on board: Chief Mike, Big Al, Dave, Cathy, Frank, Tim, John, Chuck, Tracey, Kenny, Larry S, Mike P, Nat, Sam, Jerry and Gil

Big Al re-lamped the boat. He also replaced the bulb in the Overtaking Light, and worked on the stern light and jack staff light fixtures.

Chief Mike surveyed the boat for WWE projects.

Chuck worked in Maneuvering, where he repaired the locker that was under the lathe and placed it in its correct position. He located correct position for the drawer that was standing on end under the lathe. It mounts to the underside of Dave’s locker outboard the lathe, above the #1 IC MG controller. Repaired the 7MC mike curl-cord from which one of our guests had stripped 8-10 inches of cable jacketing. Used tie wraps to dress the 7MC curl cord up out of the way.

Dave cleaned out lockers and inventoried galley and food serving supplies for WWE. Did various odd jobs in preparation for WWE.

Ski worked with MM3 (SS) Mike Perkins on the reducer in officers storage. Bypass still in operation

John helped Big Al with the Stern Light. He sssisted in the inventory of supplies and tools in preparation for the Work Week End. Searched out and resupplied the two "WWE Visitors" tool bags. He then vacuumed the ATR and MR.

Tim polished brass and repaired a drain in the Forward Engine Room.

Frank did prep work for the work weekend, and took measurements for a new cover for a topside line locker.

Nat, Sam and Jerry cleaned out lockers, stowed lines topside, and did an extensive cleaning of the bridge.

Cathy, Tracey and Kenny worked on an inventory of supplies in preparation for the work weekend.

Gil worked in Archives.

Offsite during the Week:

Big Al worked on the name boards.

Gil worked on TVA admin duties

Onsite Volunteer Hours – 118
Offsite Volunteer Hours - 6
Total Week Hours – 124

2011 Year to Date Volunteer Hours – 3711

That’s it for the week.
Gil Bohannon
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