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Operations Directive No. 33 Nov. 11, 1942.pdf

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OFFICE OF CIVILIAN DEFENSE
WASHINGTON, D. C.

CIVIL AIR PATROL

0PE~ATIONS DIRECTIVE)
NO.
33)

NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS
~ASHINGTON, N0~EMBEF ]I, 19~2

~I~AINT~ANCE OF PHYSICAL CONDITION~ OF COASTAL
PATROL AND LIAISON PATROL FLIGHT pERSONNEL

i. The maintenance by all flight personnel on duty with
C~P Coastal Patrol and Liaison Patrol traits of physical condition
requisite for this type of service is extremely important. Periodic
breaks from routine work which are spent in exorcise or relaxation
are essential to the mainte~nce of the high standard of physical
fitness necessary for the efficient performance of assigned flying
missions. It is directed, therefore, that in addition to the one
day rest per week required of all Coastal Patrol and Liaison Patrol
personnel (See paragraph 2 b, Operations Directive No. 13-C, August
26, 19~2, and p~ragraph 25 b, Operations Directive No. 32, November
lO, 19Z~2, both issued by this Headquarters.), all flight personnel
on duty with Coastal Patrol and Liaison Patrol units be required
to take two days off per month as part of their official assignment.
Said two days shall be taken in conjunction with a weekly rest day
in order to provide a period of seventy-two (72) hours continuous
a b s e n c e f r o m d u t y.
2. Said rest periods will bo scheduled in such manner
as to cause no interruption of tactical operations and will not be
cumulative.
By direction of Natiolml

BLEE
Air Corps
Officer

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