Butler Jr., Robert G.
April 2004
Sea Power;Apr2004, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p80
Recounts an author's experience from being an ordinary sailor to a commanding officer at the Center for Naval Engineering in the U.S. Personal background; Name of the warship where he was the chief engineer; Utmost importance of being a commanding officer.


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