The time for taking precautions for a ship's safety is while able to
do so. Nothing is more dangerous than for a seaman to be grudging in
taking precautions lest they turn out to be unnecessary, Safety at Sea
for a thousand years has depended on exactly the opposite philosophy.
Samuel E. Morrison. "History of United States Naval Operations in WWII" vol. XIII
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