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Machinery Repairman by Wayne T. Drew

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Machinery Repairman
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Publisher: Naval Education and Training Program
Number of pages: 521

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This Training Manual and Nonresident Training Course form a self-study package to teach the theoretical knowledge and mental skills needed by a Machinery Repairman. This package may be combined with on-the-job training to provide the necessary elements of practical experience and observation of techniques demonstrated by more senior Machinery Repairmen.

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