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6 Referent Cohort
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... In contrast to the process for identifying participants, we did not obtain and key information from the daily personnel diaries for the control ships. Although up to five Army light tugs, manned by Navy personnel, participated in several Project SHAD (Shipboard Hazard and Defense)
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... aDeviations from these criteria were avoided when possible, but could be necessitated by factors that prevailed at the time of the tests; e.g., there may have been no similar type ship in the DoD list of potential control ships, all DoD-listed potential control ships may have been in a nonoperational status during the exact period of a test, or the potential control ships may not have had the same home port as the test ship. bA test ship that served in multiple tests may have more than one control ship selected because of changes in a potential control ship's fulfillment of one or more of the above criteria; e.g., it may have been operational during the period of one test, but in dry dock during another test.
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... USS George Auxiliary ship Pearl Harbor 1. USS Interceptor Radar San Francisco Picket Stations Eastman (YAG- (AGR-8)
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... USS George Auxiliary ship Pearl Harbor 1. USS Interceptor Radar San Francisco, San Diego, Eastman (YAG- (AGR-8)
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... USS Montrose Attack San Diego, Pearl Harbor, San (APA-220) transport (APA-212)

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