c. Sea and anchor detail
A16. The sound and security watch reports directly to
the (a) OOD, and the results of their inspections
are logged in (b) ships deck log.
General orders cover situations of a routine
nature common to most sentry posts.
A18. The precautions to be strictly adhered to while
standing an armed watch with a pistol include
a. keep the pistol in the holster.
b. dont engage in horseplay with the pistol.
c. d o n t s u r r e n d e r t h e p i s t o l t o a n y
leave two loaded magazine clips in their
pouch and remember there is one round
loaded in the chamber.
e. when relieved, unload the pistol in a safe
designated area. Remove the round from
the chamber and check the chamber clear.
Release the slide and let the hammer go
home. Dry fire the pistol then engage the
A19. Deadly force can be used
a. to protect your life or the life of another
person where no other means of defense
will be effective
when no other means is available to prevent
the commission of or to prevent the escape
of a person known to have committed
r o b b e r y, m u r d e r, r a p e , a r s o n , o r
c. to prevent acts of sabotage, espionage, or
other crimes against the government after
failure of all other available means of
preventing such crime
REVIEW 2 ANSWERS
Bearings are measured in degrees, clockwise
around a circle from 000° to 360°.
A2. The three different types of bearings are
Bearings are reported in three digits, spoken
digit by digit; positions are reported in one or
two digits and spoken whole.
A4. When using your hand as an aid to determine the
position angle of an aircraft, your closed fist is
A5. If the binocular IPD is adjusted properly, you
will see one circle when viewing through them.
A6. T he three adjustments that must be made when
using binoculars are to adjust each eyepiece
and set the IPD.
A7. The improvement of vision in dim light is known
as dark adaptation.
It will take 30 minutes for you to reach your best
A9. The different methods used for a day lookout and
a night lookout are the day lookout
his/her eyes in 5° steps, pausing at each step;
the night lookout keeps moving his/her eyes.