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Crew of the USS Oregon
The crew of a ship is undoubtedly the most crucial part of the ship as an operational unit. Without the crew, the ship is nothing more than a large piece of machinery that floats. The ship actually assumes the personality of the crew and the crew assumes the care and maintenance of the ship. A well trained crew can have a profound effect on a ship. Throughout naval history, the ships have not won the battles, although they are important; it is the crew that makes the difference before, during, and after the battle. The leadership, will, training, and experience (or lack of) of a ship's company will determine if the ship is still floating at the end the battle.

 

THE SPOILS OF WAR

 

Shipboard Organization

Outlines the organization of the ship

Ships Wheel

Crew Menu

[Gun Crew|Mail Call|Wardroom|Berth Deck]

Ship Menu

 [Command and Control|Engineering|Weapons]

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