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flight. All men who cannot get into the water should
drop to the bottom of the boat. If all men go over-
Figure 36. Board rubber boat over the side when there are two
or more survivors. One man clings to side of boat. The other,
on opposite side, places one arm in boat and locks it against side.
He then grasps top of side with other hand, lifts leg over side and
hooks foot inside boat. As next swell lifts boat;-he pulls with arm
and leg in boat, kicks down with foot in water, and rolls into boat.
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