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2011-12-21 09:39:00

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  1. To report serial number 23NCI16 over the sound-powered telephone circuit, you would report the serial number in what way?
    Too, tree, november, charlie, india, wun, six
  2. It’s important for you to remember that the mouthpiece and earpiece of sound-powered telephones are interchangeable for which of
    • the following reasons?
    • They can be interchanged if a piece breaks, Undesirable noises can be fed into the system
  3. The headset of sound-powered telephones is picked up as a unit for which of the following reasons?
    To make sure you have all the parts, To avoid breaking them
  4. When using the mouthpiece of a sound-powered phone set to report contacts,how far from your mouth should you position the mouthpiece?
    1/2 to 1 inch
  5. Why should you unplug a phone’s headset when it’s not in use?
    Earpieces will pick up noise and transmit it over the circuit
  6. Aboard ship, there are how many categories of shipboard sound-powered phone circuits?
  7. What category of shipboard telephone circuits is designed to maintain vital communications and are preceded by the letter X?
    Auxiliary system
  8. Which of the following sound-powered phone circuits is used as the CO’s battle circuit?
  9. To keep the meaning of a message intact when standing duty as a telephone talker, what action should you take?
    Speak loudly
  10. Which of the following statements is a rule for circuit discipline?
    • Transmit only official messages, Keep the button in the OFF position when
    • not transmitting, Use only standard words and phrases
  11. Which of the following elements is included when taking a message?
    Name of caller
  12. The IVCS has which of the following components?
    Terminals, Accessories, ICSCs
  13. Within the IVCS, what is the purpose of the ICSCs?
    To perform switching actions
  14. Which of the following shipboard announcing systems is called the general announcing system?
  15. Which of the following shipboard announcing systems is used for intership communications?
  16. Which of the following shipboard announcing systems is used for hangar deck damage control?
  17. Which of the following persons is authorized to pass calls over the 1MC?
    • OOD
    • XO
    • CO
  18. What is the purpose of the 20MC announcing system?
    Combat information announcing system
  19. Which of the following types of flags and pennants is/are used by the Navy?
    • Substitute flags
    • Numeral pennants
    • International alphabet flags
  20. Aboard ship, a man overboard is indicated by what emergency/warning flag?
  21. What administrative flag is used to recall all personnel to the ship?
  22. What administrative flag is flown in port to indicate the ship has ready duty?
  23. When under way, the national ensign is normally flown from what location?
    The gaff
  24. Which of the following statements defines the term “colors”?
    Colors consist of our national ensign along with the union jack
  25. When a naval ship is in port or at anchor, the union jack is flown from what location?
    The jackstaff
  26. The U.S. Navy flag is flown in which of the following situations?
    • At official ceremonies or official public gatherings when the Navy is officially a participant
    • In parades
    • In official Navy occasions
  27. Which of the following flags are half-masted at the death of the CO?
    • National ensign
    • Union jack
    • Commission pennant
  28. On small ships, personnel from what watch are responsible for hoisting and hauling down absentee pennants?
    Quarterdeck watch
  29. On large ships, what person is responsible for making sure that special flags or pennants are displayed to indicate changing events aboard ship?
    Duty signalman
  30. Where is a list of special flags and pennants normally posted as a ready reference for watch standers?
    Quarterdeck area
  31. An officer in command entitled to a personal flag is embarked in a boat on an official mission. Where should the pennant be flown?
    In the bow