EOOW

AcronymDefinition
EOOWEngineering Officer Of the Watch
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Imagine an Officer of the Deck calling the EOOW upon a loss of propulsion and getting a response of: "We are not tracking that issue but will check into it right away," or worse yet, the EOOW responding with: "Do you have a trouble ticket or is this a new issue?
In main-reduction, shafting and control reversible-pitch casualties, the EOOW will take control of propulsion in CCS and stop the ship.
Restricted-maneuvering doctrine changes the immediate and controlling actions taken by the EOOW in the case of an engineering casualty.