L-HOUR


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L-HOURHour On C-Day When Deployment Begins
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An example that Thompson provided on the disparate languages of the services, is the word 'L-Hour.' "In the Navy, as far back as Omaha Beach, back in Normandy, L-Hour is when you land.
A basic l-hour package ($75) lets you guide one of the switcher engines out onto a mile-long, U-shaped track, experiencing the laws of physics as you try to smoothly accelerate and stop 200,000 pounds of steel.
The contract also sets a guarantee of six episodes of work for television series, with minimum salaries per episode of $2,160 on July 1, 1992, for half-hour seties, advancing to $2,336 over the term of the contract, and $2,539 for 1-hour series, advancing to $2,747 over the term; higher "money breaks" for the employment schedules; and an expansion in the television rerun residual formula to include reruns after July 1, 1992, of l-hour network primetime dramatic programs on late night network, 1-hour dramatic programs made for late night broadcasts that are rerun in syndication, and 1-hour dramatic programs made for Fox Broadcasting that are rerun in syndication or on late night network.