Volunteer hoursJune 10 2012 at 5:09 PM
|Capt. (Login Taibucks)|
Response to again
We will have to decide what is important and necessary. Generally working off the ship will not count towards the first 80 hours. The reason for 80 hours is to quallify for the cruise and to find out if you 1. WORK, 2. Get along with other volunteers, 3. Are physically fit -- can get off the ship and save yourself. You will not Block others from escaping in an emergency. 4. Can take direction from ship's officers. 4. Have an up beat dispostion and love the LST 325. We would like to know this about crew members before we get out in the river and the crew depends on you standing your watch and doing your assigned jobs. Since we are all volunteers, we have little control over anyone, except we do not have to let you come back or be on a cruise -- that is if the crew does not put you off on an island somewhere first! I might add that this policy has worked well. It has not been 100%. If you think you have a better plan by all means lets hear it. Capt.
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