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(2) If a power reel is used, the pier end of the sewage hose is
connected to the reel before the hose is handed down from the ship; as the
ship's crew hands the hose down by means of the heaving line, the hose is
taken up on the reel under power at the same rate.  There is no need for the
hose to touch the pier.
(3) If saddles are used, they are recovered from the ship's crew.
(4) The end hose on the reel is capped.
(5) When all of the sewage hoses are aboard the transport vehicle,
the pier riser is double-checked to see that the valves are closed and plug-
ged.  The shore crew places other equipment, such as tools and saddles,
aboard the transport vehicle, and promptly carries the hose to the storage
area located away from the pier.
b.
Manual Recovery.
(1) The pier end of the hose is disconnected from the pier riser
and capped after draining; the riser is then plugged with a bronze cam-lock
dust plug.
(2) One man grasps the pier end of the hose and pulls it out in a
straight line along the pier deck as it is handed down from the ship. The
other man positions himself opposite the ship's crew, guides the hose onto
the deck, and feeds it to the man pulling the hose.
(3) If the hose line consists of more than one 50-foot length,
couplings are detached and capped or plugged as they arrive at pier level;
again, one man pulls the next section of hose in a straight line along the
pier parallel to the first section, while the other man guides and feeds the
hose to him.  The process is repeated for all 50-foot sections of hose until
all are laid out in straight, parallel lines along the pier; the heaving
line is released so that it can be hauled back aboard ship by the ship's
crew.
(4) If saddles have been used, they are recovered from the ship's
crew.
(5) If the hose is collapsible or noncollapsible rubber sewage
hose, each 50-foot length is rolled into a tight coil along the pier deck,
with the male fitting at the center of the coil and the female fitting on
the outside; then each coil is tied with marline and manually lifted into
the hose transport vehicle by the two-man shore crew.  The coils are stowed
flat in the bed of the vehicle.
(6) When all of the sewage hoses are aboard the transport vehicle,
the pier riser is double-checked to see that the valves are closed and plug-
ged; the shore crew places other equipment, such as tools and saddles, aboard
the transport vehicle and promptly carries the hoses to the storage area
located away from the pier.
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