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the Boilermaker Reporter

Volume 41, Number 3
May 2002 to Jun 2002

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We Must Build More Navy Ships

Charles W. Jones, International President Emeritus

Our fleet is shrinking to dangerously low levels, weakening our defense & shipbuilding industry

In the first days of the war on terrorism, the U.S. Navy amassed 50 ships in international waters in the Arabian Sea, 500 miles south of land-locked Afghanistan. From that distance, they were able to launch missiles and send jet fighters on sorties into the interior of Afghanistan 500 hundred miles away.

Reporter  V41N3

Sexual Harassment Grievances Are Never Easy

They can be really difficult when one member is accusing another one of inappropriate behavior

In the last installment of the Steward's Sourcebook, we discussed the difficulty of representing both members involved in a dispute, specifically a fistfight. In this issue, we're looking at another problem that frequently pits one member against another -- grievances that arise from sexual harassment.

Reporter  V41N3

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