Questions by the prosecution:
Q. State your full name, grade, organization, and armed force.
A. Water T. Door, Aviation Boatswains Mate Second Class, Naval Air Station,
Q. And your armed force, please?
A. United States Navy, sir.
Q. What is your social security number, Petty Officer Door?
A. 666-66-6666, sir.
Q. Petty Officer Door, do you know Airman Boat?
A. Yes, sir, I do.
Q. If he is present, would you please point to him and call him by name?
A. Airman Boat, sitting over there [pointing in the direction of Airman Boat].
Q. Door, what are your duties?
A. I am acting right now as a plane captain.
Q. I see. In that capacity, did you have direct control over Airman Boat?
A. Yes, sir, I did.
Q. Did you give him any specific instructions on 31 December 19CY which might be
relevant to this case?
A. Yes, sir, I did. During this period of time we had been on a half-day schedule because
of the Christmas holiday period and, seeing as this schedule ended on the 31st. I told Boat
that he was to be at work at 0700 hours on 2 January. On the 2nd, he was not at work at
0700, and I reported it to the Master Chief.
TC: No further questions.
Questions by the defense:
Q. When did you last see Airman Boat?
A. I last saw him on 31 December, sir.
Figure 3-5.-Interrogatories and Deposition, DD Form 456 (page 5 of 6).