DISCUSSION: Industrial Organization of Navy Yards
(See Whole No. 231, Page 761)
Lieutenant P.A. Caro, (S.C.) U.S. Navy.—Commander C.W. Fisher's fine article, "Industrial Organization of Navy Yards," charges, in effect, that the present accounting system does not justify its expense from a local viewpoint.
It may be of interest to note that all of the specific objections raised by Commander Fisher have been overcome here at Charleston and that Commander Fisher himself is the greatest beneficiary of the utilization of the tools provided. The answer to the question "How?" may prove of further interest.