REVIEW 6 ANSWERS
A1. Your phone system is unsecured. When
receiving a call, you should answer the phone by
saying this line is unsecured.
A2. The alarm system is tied into the 1C circuit.
A3. The 4MC circuit is the damage control circuit.
A4. Calls passed over the 1MC are authorized by
b. XO, or the
A5. The 1MC is a one-way system and the 21MC is
an intercom with two-way communication.
A6. The first 4 channels of WIFCOM are assigned
a. Channel 1Repair 5
b. Channel 2Repair 2
c. Channel 3Repair 3
d. Channel 4Ship-to-ship communications
REVIEW 7 ANSWERS
A1. Flags and pennants used by the Navy include
the international alphabet flags; numeral
pennants and a code/answer pennant; a set
of number flags, special flags, and pennants;
and four substitutes or repeaters.
A2. The flag flown for the conditions is as follows:
A3. When in port, commissioned ships display the
national ensign and the union jack. The national
ensign is flown from the flagstaff at the stern,
and the union jack is flown from the jackstaff
at the bow.
A4. On large ships, the signalman is usually
responsible for making sure that special flags
and pennants are displayed.
A5. A ball is the flagstaff insignia for a captain.
A6. A boat with a halbert insignia on the flagstaff is
approaching your ship. There is a flag or
general officer on board, whose official
salute is less than 19 guns.
REVIEW 8 ANSWERS
A1. Side boys are paraded for scheduled official
A2. A gun salute is fired when the visitor
approaches and is still clear of the side.
a. There is a man
b. There are divers in
c. A general court-
martial is in session.
The Union Jack
d. Worship service(s)
e. The captain is
The third pennant