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    Re: Stadimeter
    From: Byron Franklin
    Date: 2012 May 25, 16:58 -0700

    Yes the two ships moving in the water, actually speeds up
    and lowers the height of the water between them mostly at the stern.
    So in order to stay along side small changes of course
    by the receiving ship are needed to not fall in to one another.
    I have seen many personel dunked but non lost during highline.
    I think the US Navy were in general experts at the skill of highlineing,
    it fun to watch other navys giving it a try. They don"t get the pratice.

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