To clarify how to fly ruds:
If a rud reads, you get the data and then ask for earlier until you get an F/N.
If a rud doesn’t read, put in Suppress and recheck. If it gets any comment, natter or protest or bewilderment, put in False and clean it.
To fly all ruds you ask for an ARC Brk, if no read, put in Suppress. If it reads take it, do ARCU CDEI Earlier ARCU CDEI Earlier until you get an F/N. Then do the same with PTP. Then with MW/Hs.
If in starting a rud does not read or F/N even if Suppress is put in go to the next rud until you get one that does read. Follow it earlier to F/N.
Then F/N the 2 that didn’t read.
To get a rud reading with or without Suppress and then fail to follow it earlier and to continue to call it and take only reads is incorrect.
If a rud reads you always follow it earlier until it F/Ns.
You do NOT continue to test it with a meter and do NOT leave it just because it fails to read again.
If a rud reads you clean it with earlier, earlier, earlier to F/N.
If a rud reads and the read is false you clean false.
There are TWO actions possible in flying ruds.
1. The rud is not out. If it didn’t read you check suppress. If it read but is in any way protested you clean false.
2. The rud is out. You get the data, you follow it earlier earlier until it F/Ns. You do not continue to check it for reads.
This applies also to handling ruds on the Green Form.
If there is an ARC Break you get it, use ARCU and CDEI, indicate, then if no F/N you follow it earlier, get ARCU CDEI, indicate, if no F/N you get an earlier one on and on, always with ARCU CDEI until you get an F/N.
If you get a PTP you follow it earlier earlier earlier until you get an F/N.
If you get a withhold you find out WHO missed it, then another and another using Suppress. If protest you put in false. You will find these W/Hs also go earlier like any other chain but they don’t have to.
If you get a rud read and the pc gives you one you don’t then check the read again. You get more until you get an F/N.
To get a rud answered and then check suppress and its read is mixing 1 and 2 above.
“Has anyone said you had a …… when you didn’t have one?” is the answer to protested ruds.
Any VIII should be able to fly any rud at will. The above clarifies HCOB and Tape data on this subject.
[BTB 1 December 1971RB, Issue II, Triple Ruds Long Duration, which was approved by L. Ron Hubbard, says, “You will see the CDEI section on handling an ARC Break now includes No and Refused.”]