As demonstrated in this thread...if you give people an inch, they will take a mile. Follow the rules of your applicable unit. I have no problem with occasional recalls.
Last edited by KnuckleDragger; 11-12-2013 at 08:21 PM. Reason: EAD
Must be nice to have breakfest with family....Maintenance guys have got it made-BRUWIN
When i worked with Naval Support activity Bahrain, recalls were used to alert everyone when the command shifted to FPCON charlie or delta, especially the latter as it prompted a recall of everyone that was needed back to base. When i worked in the Seabees or was stationed overseas in guam, they were used when "Nasty weather" had just passed to check on everyone.
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It doesn't have all those confusing functions and has big easy to read numbers; also, if you fall in the shower and break your hip, all you have to do is start screaming, "I've fallen and can't get up!" and it will call the fire department for you.
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