Saturday, September 02, 2006

Check your muster station

Everyone goes to a muster station before we leave the port. We were assigned to station #11.

Lot's of jokes about the ketchup drill that came much later.

mus·ter v
1. vti to bring together a group of soldiers or the members of a crew for a particular reason, for example, inspection, or assemble in this way
2. vt to gather people or things together for a particular reason
3. vt to summon up something such as strength or courage that will help in doing something

n
1. a gathering of soldiers or a crew for a particular reason, for example, inspection
2. See muster roll
3. any gathering of people or collection of things

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2 comments:

  1. glad you made it out alive! looks harrowing...

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  2. Rub-a-dub-dub...2100 or so in a tub.

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