FLAG ORDER 3434RE-7
30 July 19781
Revised 8 May 1997
All SO Orgs and Units
(This Flag Order was issued as FO 3434RD-15RC, RPF Series 3, [same title]. It has been revised to delete data which was not written by LRH and to correct the FO and RPF Series numbers.)
RPF Series 7
The RPF works segregated—one job, one place, one time, and berths in one area.
NO ONE ON THE RPF MAY BE USED FOR ANY POST OR MISSION.
The work that is done by the RPF is assigned by Estates.
Wanted is completed Estates projects of good quality, acceptably done by RPF members.
All RPF work is broken down into project targets.
The CO Estates should list extensively every area in buildings and exterior that needs handling, in exact detail, so as to make the whole area posh and viable and assign them area by area to the RPF, without at the same time letting Estates crew abandon maintenance.
The RPF were originally given the task of poshing up the ship but only allowed to clean. Cleaning can continue, but the RPF should also be allowed to contribute more.
The RPF should be engaged in putting a prettier, better cared-for base there, in addition to cleaning.
They do not do such things as fix tape recorders, etc.
The RPF is not to be given any work or actions that put them on public lines. For example, they do not act as guides for an open house or work at a PR event.
The RPF should be left to do the jobs they are supposed to do and not be pulled off onto cycles for the crew. They are not a personnel pool and it throws them off schedule.
They are not to be used as some kind of dispersed Deck Force—their work must be ONE PLACE, ONE TIME, ON ONE PROJECT.
The RPF contribution is supposed to be a clean and pretty base.
It can be made so.
L. RON HUBBARD
Revision assisted by LRH Technical Research and Compilations
Unpublished Work. © created 1985, 1997 L. Ron Hubbard Library
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