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Understanding Why a Captain Doesn't Have to Go Down with His Ship

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1/29/2015
In this 4th program in the series, Dr. Cartner addresses the age-old question of whether a Captain should go down with his ship. Dr. Cartner argues that the concept that the Master should somehow or the other sacrifice himself when in the command and custody of a ship in bad straits is counterproductive, immoral, and not required by any law.
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