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22 Proceedings Third International Symposium on Aerobiology 2. A subjective impression or history of recent or substantial U R I difficulties. 3. Bunk location on patrol: crew members occupying one group of 17 bunks had significantly more U R I , not alone in Patrols V through VIII, but also in two other submarines studied in Patrols II and XI. The reason for this difference is currently not known. Another unexpected association with increased U R I was that of C P O rating or of age over 35 years.