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October 21, 2009

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William

On the USS Alabama and the USS Drum: some of the crew did sleep in their work spaces, the enlisted crew anyway. As noted in your picture of the office space, the crews had racks at their stations. The park also removed bunks from many spaces for visitor convenience, probably so they wouldn't feel so shut in. If you saw the Enlisted Marine Detachment bunks you'll know what I mean.

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