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You are manning the sound-powered telephone in a repair locker. DC central calls and wants the serial number of the P-100 pump (23DBCX14)
in your repair locker. How should you say this
number over the phone?
say—too, tree, delta, bravo, charlie, xray, wun, fo-wer.
JA
Captain’s battle circuit
JC
Weapons control
JL
Lookouts
21JS
Surface search radar
22JS
Air search radar
61JS
Sonar information
1JV
Maneuvering and docking
2JZ
Damage control
X8J
Replenishment at sea
IVCS
integrated voice communications system
is the primary means
of DCC within the repair locker area.
DC WIFCOM
Channel 1—
Channel 2—
Channel 3—
Channel 4—
1-Repair 5 area
2-Repair 2 area
3-Repair 3 area
4-Designated for ship-to-ship communications.
CODE ALFA
divers
BRAVO
I am taking in, discharging, or carrying dangerous materials.
KILO
Personnel working aloft.
MIKE
Medical/Dental
OSCAR
Man overboard.
FLAG FIVE
Breakdown; the vessel is having engine or steering difficulty.
HOTEL (International)
This ship has a harbor pilot on board.
INDIA
Preparing to come alongside in-port or at anchor.
JULIETT
I have a semaphore message to transmit.
PAPA
General recall; all personnel return to the ship
QUEBEC
Boat recall; all boats return to the ship.
ROMEO In port
At sea
flown by ship having READY DUTY
flow by the ship
PREPARING TO REPLENISH.
SIERRA
Holding flag hoist drill.
FIRST SUBSTITUTE
Indicates the absence of the flag officer or unit commander show personal
flag or pennant is flying on the ship.
SECOND SUBSTITUTE
Indicates the absence of the chief of staff.
THIRD SUBSTITUTE
Indicates the absence of the captain. If the captain is absent over 72 hours, it
indicates the absence of the executive officer.
established an official flag for the United States Navy
24 April 1959
4th. SUBSTITUTE
CIVIL OR MILITARY
OFFICIAL WHOSE FLAG
IS FLYING IS ABSENT
Spread eagle:
For any civilian official or flag officer whose official salute is 19 guns or more
Halbert:
For a flag or general officer whose official salute is less than 19 guns or for a civil
official whose salute is 11 guns or more but less
than 19
Ball:
For an officer of the grade, or relative grade,
of captain in the Navy, and for certain diplomatic
officials
Star:
For an officer of the grade, or relative grade, of commander
Flat truck:
For an officer below the grade, or relative grade, of commander, and for civil
officials entitled to honors of a lesser nature than
those previously described