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The submerged George Washington's officer of the deck (OOD) was well aware of the presence of P-3s.
When it's time to load up on fuel, the officer of the deck engages the autopilot to maintain a course 160 feet from the oiler.
And so we went, up three flights of ladders to the Officer of the Deck.
And within a matter of some months, he was the officer of the deck of an aircraft carrier in the Pacific during a war.
So when you went to the officer of the deck and said here is our position, it really wasn't your position because the ship was moving.
After Lutjens pulled away, the Officer of the Deck, who had been planning to get out later this year, turned to me and said, "I'm staying Navy.
Michael Coen, the officer of the deck at the time of the accident, in the collision.
Adm Thomas Fargo, commander of the US Pacific Fleet, said the USS Greeneville's captain Cmdr Scott Waddle, executive officer Lt Cmdr Gerald Pfeifer, and officer of the deck Lt Michael Coen will face a court of inquiry at Pearl Harbour, Hawaii, on Thursday.