Flashcards in Communication Deck (16):
Different types (12)
Sound powered phones
Flags and pennants (visual)
Red phone @ deck house 3 (regional sopa network for emergencies services) reported to ood and logged. Com checks conducted 30 min + or - sun set/rise. Respond within 15sec. "Xx 11 roger out" .
Passing word on 1mc
OOD overall in charge. Ask permission from OOD first! (Bells and words)
Green sheet asterisks shall b passed
No acronyms allowed
E7 > assembled
E6 < mustered
Never use "now/ at this time"
All words considered as direct order from co
Pause in between messages
Poow binder tells you what and when to pass it (deck house 3)
Make announcements after time bells
Special events mentioned last (aloft)
When not to use 1mc? (Emergencies exception)
Between first call/and colors
Between co/csg/cos arrival/departure
During emergencies/drills (D.C. Central takes precedence)
When overseas will on pass silent honors over hydra
Potus "united states"
Sec of def "defense"
Sec of navy "navy"
4 star admiral "admiral"
3 star " vice admiral"
2 star admiral "rear admiral upper half"
1 star admiral "rear admiral lower half"
Co "ship name"
Captain/CDR (not attactched to your ship) "captain, United States Navy" or if CDR is a co "the name of the ship"
LCDR and below "rank or rate n name"
Stinger (one bell after)
Given to co, chief of staff, Csg
Signifies to navigation that it's time to close up or haul down the individuals absentee pennants
Ringing it signifies that they've reached the deck house or the pier(arriving/departing)
Who receives stinger bell?
1st substitute pennants = csg embarked
2nd substitute pennants = chief of staff embarked
3rd substitute pennants = co
4th substitute pennants = civilian (secnav or secdef) embarked
Odd=bottom of the hour
Even bells = top of the hour
Odd = bottom of the hour
Even=top of hour
*start and end day with 4 bells
5 bells (odd/bottom)
1200 only with permission of co or cdo
0800 (import NOOO BELLS "colors")