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Term watchEvery member of a ship's company has two general types of activities, one of these is as a member of watches, wherein he handles his duties of steering, lookout, engines, etc., including emergency drills. (FO 1109)
Definition Every member of a ship's company has two general types of activities, one of these is as a member of watches, wherein he handles his duties of steering, lookout, engines, etc., including emergency drills. (FOAbbreviation for; 1. Finance Office. 2. Flag Order. 3. Franchise Officer. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). 1109)
Link watchEvery member of a ship's company has two general types of activities, one of these is as a member of watches, wherein he handles his duties of steering, lookout, engines, etc., including emergency drills. (FO 1109)

Every member of a ship's company has two general types of activities, one of these is as a member of watches, wherein he handles his duties of steering, lookout, engines, etc., including emergency drills. (FOAbbreviation for; 1. Finance Office. 2. Flag Order. 3. Franchise Officer. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). 1109)