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At many metalcasting facilities, machine guarding is addressed as an "after-market" concern, and often it becomes the responsibility of the in-house maintenance staff to design, fabricate and install these guards.
No guard had a buddy on the outside who'd been killed in the previous days or weeks by someone who looked a lot like the people he was now guarding. None of the guards suspected any of the college prisoners of being part of a gang of international evildoers.
In reality, we were 15 miles off the coast of Iraq guarding the oil terminals and intercepting any vessels departing the Shatt al Arab and Khawr Abd Allah rivers.