The Official Report for Week Ending November 13,

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The Official Report for Week Ending November 13,

Postby Gilbert » Wed Nov 30, 2011 10:13 pm

Summary of shipboard & offsite work for the week ending November 13, 2011

Saturday, November 12

Torsk Crew on board: Chief Mike, Big Al, Dave, Cathy, Frank, John, Larry S, Nat, Charlie A, Sam, Michelle, Chuck, Little Al and Jaime

Big Al re-lamped the boat and polished brass identification plate and painted anchor junction box cover.

Chief Mike worked in Radio. The audio switchboard needs work. Unfortunately, the repair will not be as easy as he had hoped. He used a spare switchboard to experiment on and found that some major disassembly will be required to fix the one in Radio.

Frank, Dave, John, Ski, Gil and Earl moved the MK27 torpedo onto the skid in front of Tube 7, and placed the MK45 from the skid into Tube 7.

Dave Traced out the hydraulic accumulator level indicator circuit for illuminating in CR.

Cathy worked on detail painting and did housekeeping.

Michelle worked in the ATR, stripping paint, sweeping deck, and cleaning a torpedo rack.

Frank repaired damaged fancywork on the helm in the Conning Tower.

Chuck cleaned yet more paint from the threads of the red light fixture in the AB Hogan’s Alley forward. It is now tight.

John and Ski worked on SP Phone repair & restoration. Ski started diagramming the SPP circuit (JA) and growler system (XJA)

Nat, Sam and Charlie A (Gohmer) finished stripping, priming and painting the Aft FC panel from the Conn and finished painting the Fwd FC panel and 3 out of 4 Electrical service panels and re-installed them. Sam and Gohmer painted the electrical boxes and FC Boxes in the Conn

Little Al did housekeeping

Offsite during the Week:

Big Al Picked up stainless hardware from APG for stern light and reflector. Delivered and picked up from Kelco LLC. the stainless steel TORSK letters that were polished in their grainer.

Mike and Dave attended the museum Facility Committee meeting and continued planning for the SeaBees return for deck work.

Nat wire brushed, cleaned and painted the signage hardware and cleaned and painted the switches for the FWD FC panel.

Gil worked on TVA admin duties

Onsite Volunteer Hours – 101
Offsite Volunteer Hours - 15
Total Week Hours – 116

2011 Year to Date Volunteer Hours – 5117

That’s it for the week.
Gil Bohannon
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