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2 This tutorial program is self-paced. Use the left mouse key to run through the program as necessary. The program will also direct you to use the when needed. You will notice there will be several buttons at the bottom of each page. They will allow you to jump around or return to your previous page. Follow the directions on each page and enjoy the program. Press here to continue

3 Please choose from the following available tutoring programs below and press the respective categories: Thank You! R/T Procedures and Crypto Systems Visual Message Blank Quiz on Standard Commands Standard Commands R/T Flags Log Entries Exit Program

4 RADIO/TELEPHONE (R/T) PROCEDURES SELF- PACED TUTORIAL Return HomeNext Slide

5 The following tutorial will provide examples of R/T signals in written and phonetic form. You will need some blank paper, a writing utensil, and both of your Unit 2 Student Guides, Unclassified and Confidential. You will NOT need your ATP’s for this tutorial. Please note that once you have completed this section of the tutorial, your sheet(s) of paper now become(s) Confidential. Ensure you properly label your notes as Confidential on the top and bottom, front and back of each sheet of paper. Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

6 This tutorial will provide examples of the following R/T formats. Press the respective button corresponding to the area you desire to review. These R/T formats are covered in lessons 2-2 Unclassified and 2-6 Confidential on the specific pages noted above. Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide Delayed Executive 2-2-5I (U) Immediate Executive 2-2-5I (U) Non Executive 2-2-6I (U) Bridge To Bridge 2-2-7I (U) Navy Ops Code 2-6-4I (C) Challenge & Reply 2-6-7I (C) Numerical Encryption 2-6-8I (C) Trans Time Auth 2-6-9I (C)

7 The upcoming slides will give you a tactical signal to be transmitted in a certain R/T format. Breaking the signal from the ATP is not part of this tutorial. Follow the instructions at the beginning of each slide. Only the answer will be displayed during this tutorial, not how to get the answer. Your student guides will provide guidance. This program will point out where to go in your student guides. Please ensure you have the proper supplies prior to continuing with the tutorial. Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

8 You are J7N and you need to transmit “TURN PORT SPEED 12” to E8R in the Immediate Executive format. Write down the entire transmission between both units. Once you have completed this portion, go on to the next several slides and check your answers. IMMEDIATE EXECUTIVE FORMAT is covered on pages 2-2-5I (U) Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

9 The correct written answer looks like this. E8R DE J7N IX TURN PORT SPEED 12 IMI TURN PORT SPEED 12 STANDBY…. X K DE E8R R AR The next slide will show the phonetic pronunciation of the entire transmission shown above. Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

10 to see the phonetic pronunciation of the written transmission below. Please note how the #’s are pronounced and the use of the prosigns. A list of the prosigns can be found on page I in your Unclassified Student Guide. E8R DE J7NIXTURN PORT SPEED 12IMI TURN PORT SPEED 12STANDBY XK DE E8RRAR E8R THIS IS J7NIMMEDIATE EXECUTE TURN PORT TWO SIX FIFE TACK SPEED ONE TWO I SAY AGAIN TURN PORT TWO SIX FIFE TACK SPEED ONE TWO STANDBY EXECUTEOVER THIS IS E8RROGEROUT Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

11 Please note the format of the log entry below, and for our purposes, use a time of 1200 for your log entry. When you are finished writing your answer, to see the correct answer. Return HomePrevious Slide

12 DELAYED EXECUTIVE FORMAT is covered on pages 2-2-5I & 2-2-6I (U) You are J7N and you need to transmit “CORPEN S SPEED 20” to P9N in the Delayed Executive format. Write down the entire transmission between both units. Once you have completed this portion, go on to the next several slides and check your answers. Return HomeNext Slide

13 The correct written answer looks like this: P9N DE J7N XTF CORPEN S SPEED 20, K DE P9N R AR AFTER SEVERAL MINUTES THE SIGNAL IS EXECUTED. DURING THIS TIME, YOU WILL BREAK THIS SIGNAL AND DETERMINE A MOBOARD SOLUTION TO STATION. P9N DE J7N STANDBY……. X, K DE P9N R AR Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

14 to see the phonetic pronunciation of the written transmission below. Please note how the #’s are pronounced and the use of the prosigns. A list of the prosigns can be found on page I in your Unclassified Student Guide. P9N DE J7NXTFCORPEN S SPEED 20K DE P9NRAR AFTER SEVERAL MINUTES THE SIGNAL IS EXECUTED. P9N DE J7NSTANDBY XK DE P9NRAR P9N THIS IS J7NEXECUTE TO FOLLOW CORPEN SIERRA ONE SEVEN FIFE TACK SPEED TWO ZERO OVER THIS IS P9NROGEROUT P9N THIS IS J7NSTANDBYEXECUTEOVER THIS IS P9NROGEROUT Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

15 List the four parts of the transmission listed below. to see each part of the correct answer. P9N DE J7NXTFCORPEN S SPEED 20K DE P9NRAR P9N DE J7NXTFCORPEN S SPEED 20K DE P9NRAR Call up - P9N DE J7N P9N DE J7NXTFCORPEN S SPEED 20K DE P9NRAR Call up - P9N DE J7N Text - XTF CORPEN S SPEED 20 P9N DE J7NXTFCORPEN S SPEED 20K DE P9NRAR Call up - P9N DE J7N Text - XTF CORPEN S SPEED 20 Ending - K P9N DE J7NXTFCORPEN S SPEED 20K DE P9NRAR Call up - P9N DE J7N Text - XTF CORPEN S SPEED 20 Ending - K Response - DE P9N R AR Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

16 NONEXECUTIVE FORMAT is covered on pages 2-2-6I & 2-2-7I (U) You are C6R and you need to transmit “TA 46-1” to D7T in the Non Executive format. Write down the entire transmission between both units. Once you have completed this portion, go on to the next several slides and check your answers. Return HomeNext Slide

17 Using a time of 1415, the correct answer should look like the following. when you are ready to see the correct written answer. D7T DE C6R TA 46-1 BT TIME 1415 K DE D7T R AR PLEASE NOTE THAT THE 1415 IS UNDERSTOOD TO BE LOCAL TIME. Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

18 to see the phonetic pronunciation of the written transmission below. Please note how the #’s are pronounced and the use of the prosigns. A list of the prosigns can be found on page I in your Unclassified Student Guide. D7T DE C6RTA 46-1BT TIME 1415K DE D7T R AR D7T THIS IS C6RTANGO ALPHA FOUR SIX TACK ONE BREAK TIME ONE FOUR ONE FIFE OVER THIS IS D7TROGEROUT Return HomePrevious Slide

19 BRIDGE TO BRIDGE is covered on pages 2-2-7I & 2-2-8I (U) You are EISENHOWER and you need to transmit to JOHN S. MCCAIN in the Bridge-to-Bridge format. The scenario is given on the next slide. Return HomeNext Slide

20 Write down the entire transmission between both units. Once you have completed this portion, go on to the next several slides and check your answers. “EISENHOWER calls JOHN S MCCAIN on Bridge to Bridge. EISENHOWER is outbound the St John’s River channel departing Mayport on course 097T at 10kts and sees JOHN S. MCCAIN inbound preparing to enter the channel. EISENHOWER requests JOHN S. MCCAIN stand out beyond the breakwater in the vicinity of bouy ‘ST J’ until EISENHOWER clears to seaward. JOHN S. MCCAIN concurs.” Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

21 The correct written answer looks like this. to see what the phonetic pronunciation should sound like. PLEASE NOTE THAT CALL SIGNS ARE NOT USED. JOHN S. MCCAIN DE EISENHOWER, K EISENHOWER DE JOHN S. MCCAIN, R K DE EISENHOWER, I am outbound in the St. John’s River Channel on course 097 at 10 knots. I see you outbound vicinity of bouy “ST J”. Request you stand out beyond the breakwater until I clear the breakwater, K DE JOHN S. MCCAIN, We’ll stand out until you clear channel, K DE EISENHOWER, R AR THIS IS EISENHOWER, I AM OUTBOUND IN THE ST. JOHN’S RIVER CHANNEL ON COURSE ZERO NINER SEVEN AT TEN KNOTS. I SEE YOU OUTBOUND VICINITY OF BOUY “ST J.” (pronounced ‘es tee jay’) REQUEST YOU STAND OUT BEYOND THE BREAKWATER UNTIL I CLEAR THE BREAKWATER, OVER. JOHN S. MCCAIN THIS IS EISENHOWER, OVER EISENHOWER THIS IS JOHN S. MCCAIN ROGER OVER THIS IS JOHN S. MCCAIN, WE’LL STAND OUT UNTIL YOU CLEAR CHANNEL, OVER. THIS IS EISENHOWER, ROGER OUT. Return HomePrevious Slide

22 The rest of the tutorial will cover material in your Confidential Student Guide, specifically in lesson 2.6. Please note that if you are taking separate notes for this part of the tutorial, you need to mark your notes accordingly. Because of the upcoming slides are covering Confidential material, you will need to look at your Confidential Student Guide to see how the Ops Code, Challenge & Reply, Numerical Encryption, and the Transmission Time Authentication are done. This tutorial will show you an example and the corresponding answer, but not how to get the answer. Your Student Guide should provide the necessary guidance. Return HomeNext Slide

23 NAVY OPS CODE is covered on pages 2-6-4I thru 2-6-6I (C) You are J7N and you need to transmit “S5V 3DX Y9H” to E8R in the OPS CODE format. Write down the entire transmission between both units. Once you have completed this portion, go on to the next several slides and check your answers. Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

24 The correct written answer looks like this. E8R DE J7N GROUPS 3 BT S5V 3DX Y9H BT K DE E8R R AR The next slide will show the phonetic pronunciation of the entire transmission shown above. Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

25 to see the phonetic pronunciation of the written transmission below. Please note how the #’s are pronounced and the use of the prosigns. A list of the prosigns can be found on page I in your Unclassified Student Guide. E8R DE J7NGROUPS 3BTS5V 3DX Y9HBTK DE E8RRAR E8R THIS IS J7NGROUPS TREEBREAKSIERRA FIFE VICTOR TREE DELTA XRAY YANKEE NINER HOTEL BREAKOVER THIS IS E8RROGEROUT Please note that ‘BT’ will come before and after the Ops Code Groups. The number of alphanumeric groups will determine the number to follow ‘GROUPS’ in your transmission Return HomePrevious Slide

26 The rest of the tutorial will cover material in your Confidential Student Guide, specifically in lesson 2.6. Please note that if you are taking separate notes for this part of the tutorial, you need to mark your notes accordingly. Because of the upcoming slides are covering Confidential material, you will need to look at your Confidential Student Guide to see how the Ops Code, Challenge & Reply, Numerical Encryption, and the Transmission Time Authentication are done. This tutorial will show you an example and the corresponding answer, but not how to get the answer. Your Student Guide should provide the necessary guidance. Return HomeNext Slide

27 CHALLENGE & REPLY is covered on pages 2-6-7I & 2-6-8I (C) You are J7N and E8R states “ I am prepared to authenticate, over.” Write down the entire transmission between both units. Once you have completed this portion, go on to the next several slides and check your answers. Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

28 Using the crypto system on page I (C), write down your answer with “BLX” as your challenge. For our purposes, this slide will provide only the answer to the first half of the Challenge & Reply format. When you have written down your answer, to see the correct answer. J7N DE E8R I AM PREPARED TO AUTHENTICATE K DE J7N WHAT IS AUTHENTICATION OF BLX, K DE E8R AUTHENTICATION IS S, BT[ 2nd half of C/R] If you did not get S as your reply, review your procedures on page 2-6-7I (C). Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

29 The phonetic pronunciation is shown below. to see the answer. J7N DE E8R I AM PREPARED TO AUTHENTICATE K DE J7N WHAT IS AUTHENTICATION OF BLX, K DE E8R AUTHENTICATION IS S, BT [2nd half of C/R] J7N THIS E8R I AM PREPARED TO AUTHENTICATE OVER THIS IS J7N WHAT IS AUTHENTICATION OF BRAVO LIMA XRAY OVER THIS IS E8R AUTHENTICATION IS SIERRA, BREAK WHAT ……...… OVER Please note that when choosing the 3 letter challenge, never spell words (such as PAL or SAD) or use acronyms (AOL or WTF). These letters should be chosen at random. Also note that there is no letter ‘Z’ in this crypto system. Return HomePrevious Slide

30 The rest of the tutorial will cover material in your Confidential Student Guide, specifically in lesson 2.6. Please note that if you are taking separate notes for this part of the tutorial, you need to mark your notes accordingly. Because of the upcoming slides are covering Confidential material, you will need to look at your Confidential Student Guide to see how the Ops Code, Challenge & Reply, Numerical Encryption, and the Transmission Time Authentication are done. This tutorial will show you an example and the corresponding answer, but not how to get the answer. Your Student Guide should provide the necessary guidance. Return HomeNext Slide

31 NUMERICAL ENCRYPTION is covered on pages 2-6-8I & 2-6-9I (C) You are J7N and you need to transmit “CORPEN STBD 045” to E8R using proper NUMERICAL ENCRYPTION format. Write down the entire transmission between both units. Once you have completed this portion, go on to the next several slides and check your answers. Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

32 Using ‘CJ’ as your first two letters, encode the rest of the signal. When completed, to see the correct answer. E8R DE J7N XTF CORPEN STBD I SET CJ KJ N, K DE E8R R AR Please note that there are other possible answers depending on which letters you choose. If you did not get this as an answer, review your procedures on page 2-6-8I & 2-6-9I(C). Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

33 to see the phonetic pronunciation to your answer. E8R DE J7N XTF CORPEN STBD I SET CJ KJ N, K DE E8R R AR E8R THIS IS J7NEXECUTE TO FOLLOW CORPEN STBD I SET CHARLIE JULIET KILO JULIET NOVEMBER OVER THIS IS E8R ROGER OUT Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

34 Now that we have encoded a signal, let’s go the other way. With the given signal, decode ‘TURN PORT I SET JB XHF’ and write down your answer. Once you are done, to see the correct answer. Same call signs apply from the last signal. E8R DE J7N XTF TURN PORT 090, K DE E8R R AR Several minutes later the signal is executed. E8R DE J7N STANDBY X K DE E8R R AR If you did not get ‘090’, review your procedures on page 2-6-8I & 2-6-9I(C). Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

35 to see the phonetic pronunciation to your answer. E8R DE J7N XTF TURN PORT 090, K DE E8R R AR Several minutes later the signal is executed. E8R DE J7N STANDBY X K DE E8R R AR OVERE8R THIS IS J7NEXECUTE TO FOLLOW TURN PORT ZERO NINER ZERO THIS IS E8RROGER OUT E8R THIS IS J7N STANDBY EXECUTE OVER THIS IS E8RROGER OUT Return HomePrevious Slide

36 The rest of the tutorial will cover material in your Confidential Student Guide, specifically in lesson 2.6. Please note that if you are taking separate notes for this part of the tutorial, you need to mark your notes accordingly. Because of the upcoming slides are covering Confidential material, you will need to look at your Confidential Student Guide to see how the Ops Code, Challenge & Reply, Numerical Encryption, and the Transmission Time Authentication are done. This tutorial will show you an example and the corresponding answer, but not how to get the answer. Your Student Guide should provide the necessary guidance. Return HomeNext Slide

37 TRANSMISSION TIME AUTHENTICATION is covered on pages 2-6-9I & I (C) You are C6R and you need to transmit “B CORPEN 100” to D7T using proper Transmission Time Authentication format. Write down the entire transmission between both units. Once you have completed this portion, go on to the next several slides and check your answers. Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

38 Using the crypto system on page I (C), write down your answer. For this example, use a time of to see the correct answer. D7T DE C6R B CORPEN 100 BT AUTHENTICATION TIME 0935 I AUTHENTICATE WB, K DE D7T R AR If you did not get ‘WB’, review your procedures on page 2-6-9I & I(C). Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

39 to see the phonetic pronunciation to your answer. D7T DE C6R B CORPEN 100 BT AUTHENTICATION TIME 0935 I AUTHENTICATE WB, K DE D7T R AR D7T THIS IS C6RB CORPEN ONE ZERO ZERO BREAKAUTHENTICATION TIME ZERO NINER TREE FIFE I AUTHENTICATE WBOVER THIS IS D7TROGEROUT Please note the difference between this and a Nonexecutive Format. Also, remember to subtract a minute if the time is an odd number minute. If you did not get WB, review your procedures on pages 2-6-9I & I (C). Return HomePrevious Slide

40 THE FOLLOWING SLIDES WILL SHOW ALL THE FLAGS THAT YOU WILL NEED TO KNOW. THIS TUTORIAL IS DESIGNED TO HELP YOU LEARN YOUR FLAGS AND PENNANTS. Please choose from the following to specify which part you would like to review. Return Home Review of all flags and pennant Review of flags & pennants in random order with answers Review of flag hoists signals with answers

41 ALPHABRAVOCHARLIEDELTA ECHOFOXTROTGOLFHOTEL Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

42 INDIAJULIETKILOLIMA MIKENOVEMBEROSCAR PAPA Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

43 QUEBECROMEOSIERRATANGO UNIFORM VICTORWHISKEYXRAY YANKEE ZULU Return Home Next Slide Previous Slide

44 1ST SUB 2ND SUB 3RD SUB 4TH SUB Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

45 BLACK PENNANTCODE/ANSWERCORPEN DESIGDIVISION EMERGENCY FLOTILLA FORMATIONINTERROGATIVE Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

46 SQUADRON SPEED STARBOARD STATION SUBDIVISIONTURN NEGATIVEPORTPREPARATIVE Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

47 ZEROONETWOTHREE FOURFIVE SIX SEVEN EIGHT NINE Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

48 p0 p1 p2 p3 p4 p5 p6 p7 p8 p9 Return Home Previous Slide

49 THESE NEXT SEVERAL SLIDES WILL SHOW THE FLAGS AND PENNANTS IN RANDOM ORDER AND YOU CAN TEST YOUR RECOGNITION SKILLS ON THE FLAGS AND PENNANTS. Return HomeNext Slide

50 ALPHASIX p8 NEGATIVE2ND SUB UNIFORM EIGHT SPEED to see next flag/pennant Return Home Next Slide Previous Slide

51 p9FIVEPORT CORPEN WHISKEY ZERO 4TH SUB TANGO to see next flag/pennant Return Home Next Slide Previous Slide

52 FOUR VICTORDESIG GOLFLIMA SEVEN p4 p2 to see next flag/pennant Return Home Next Slide Previous Slide

53 p3 THREE PREPARATIVE ROMEO CODE/ANSWER NOVEMBER INTERROGATIVE NINE to see next flag/pennant Return Home Next Slide Previous Slide

54 CHARLIE p1ONE TURN p0EMERGENCY QUEBEC BRAVO to see next flag/pennant Return Home Next Slide Previous Slide

55 TWOp53RD SUB p6 ECHOSIERRA ZULU STARBOARD to see next flag/pennant Return Home Next Slide Previous Slide

56 DELTAFOXTROTHOTEL DIVISION p7 INDIA MIKEPAPA to see next flag/pennant Return Home Next Slide Previous Slide

57 KILO STATION1ST SUB JULIETXRAY FORMATION OSCAR YANKEE to see next flag/pennant Return Home Previous Slide

58 The following slides will test you on flag hoist signals that will be similar to the flag recognition that will be administered during the RT practice practical. Return Home Next Slide

59 MIKE CORPEN FOUR NINE ZERO Press the to see what each flag or pennant answer is. Return Home Next Slide Previous Slide

60 HOTEL SPEED TACK ONE THREE Press the to see what each flag or pennant answer is. Return Home Next Slide Previous Slide

61 FORMATION PORT TWO SIX FIVE Press the to see what each flag or pennant answer is. Return Home Next Slide Previous Slide

62 FOXTROT CORPEN ONE EIGHT ZERO Press the to see what each flag or pennant answer is. Return Home Next Slide Previous Slide

63 TURN STARBOARD FIVE ANSWER Press the to see what each flag or pennant answer is. Return Home Next Slide Previous Slide

64 TANGO ALPHA EIGHT NINE Press the to see what each flag or pennant answer is. Return Home Next Slide Previous Slide

65 Press the to see what each flag or pennant answer is. NOVEMBER CHARLIE ONE FOUR Return Home Next Slide Previous Slide

66 MIKE SPEED TWO 3RD SUB Press the to see what each flag or pennant answer is. Return Home Next Slide Previous Slide

67 Bow view stbdstbd portport Remember when reading flaghoists, a max # of 5 flags/pennants per hoist. You read flaghoists in the following order. to see the answers. 1.Stbd over port 2. Outbd to inbd 3. Top to bottom Return Home Previous Slide

68 VISUAL MESSAGE BLANK PRACTICE Lesson 2.15 Homework SITUATION: It is 2000 and you are Officer of the Deck on the USS DOC operating with the USS SWOS. COMDESRON THREE is embarked on the DOC. THE CO of DOC really likes his chocolate chip cookies and wants three dozen added for tomorrow’s CONREP at 0800 wth the SWOS. The CO wants you as the OOD to send a visual message via flashing light to the SWOS indicating his request. Ensure to include all pertinent info and COMDESRON THREE as an info addee on the message. All OOD’s have message releasing authority. Return Home Next Slide

69 VISUAL MESSAGE BLANK HEADING INFO: TO: FROM:DATE RELEASED BY SYSTEMPRECEDENCE CALL UP OPERATORSUPERVISOR TOR/TODVISUAL NR FLAGC OF SCAPTOODCOMM CENDTG BT UNCLASSCONREPREQ3DOZEN COOKIESFORTOMORROW’SCONREP.BT USS DOC USS SWOS COMDESRON THREE FLR OODTODAY Press to see what areas need to be filled out. Return Home Previous Slide

70 You have completed the Visual Message Blank exercise. If there are any questions, please refer to your student guide under the Visual Communications lesson Press the button below to continue with this tutorial. Return Home Previous Slide

71 The following slides will cover STANDARD COMMANDS for both helm and leeehlem. It will cover what the correct and incorrect answers and the reasons why they are correct or incorrect. Return HomeNext Slide

72 What standard command would you give to the helm to change course from 090T to 120T? Choose from the following answers by clicking on the corresponding answer. Return Home Right Standard Rudder Steady Course 120 Right Standard Rudder Steer Course 120 Come Right Standard Steady Course 120 Come Right Steer Course 120

73 This answer is NOT correct because when you give a rudder amount like “standard,” you must STEADY on that course. Press here and try again

74 This answer is NOT correct because when you use the command “come left/right” you STEER that course. Also, this command can only be used for course changes of 10 degrees or less. Press here and try again

75 This answer is NOT correct because when you use the command “come left/right,” it can be used for course changes of 10 degrees or less. Press here and try again

76 This answer is correct. Remember, when giving a rudder amount such as “standard,” you must STEADY on that course. Good. Press here to continue with the next question

77 What standard command would you give to the helm to change course from 090T to 098T? Choose from the following answers by clicking on the corresponding answer. Return Home Right Standard Rudder Steer Course 098 Come Right Steady Course 098 Come Right Steer Course 098 Come Right Standard Steady Course 098

78 This answer is NOT correct because when you give a rudder amount, ie “right standard rudder”, you must steady on that course, NOT steer it. Press here and try again

79 This answer is NOT correct because when you use the command “come left/right” you STEER that course. Also, this command can only be used for course changes of 10 degrees or less. Press here and try again

80 This answer is correct because when you use the command “come left/right” you STEER that course. Good. Press here to continue with the next question

81 What standard command would you give to the lee helm to change speed from 20 knots to 10 knots? Please note that 10 knots is a 2/3’s bell. Choose from the following answers by clicking on the arrow corresponding to your answer. Return Home All engines back 2/3’s, indicate pitch & turns for 10 kts Ease engines to 2/3’s, indicate pitch & turns for 10 kts Ease engines ahead 2/3’s, indicate pitch & turns for 10 kts All engines ahead 2/3’s, indicate pitch & turns for 10 kts

82 All engines back 2/3’s, indicate pitch & turns for 10 kts IS INCORRECT BECAUSE TO SLOW DOWN FROM 20 KTS TO 10KTS, YOU DO NOT BACK DOWN ON YOUR ENGINES. IT IS LIKE PUTTING YOUR CAR IN REVERSE TO SLOW DOWN. Press here and try again

83 Ease engines to 2/3’s, indicate pitch & turns for 10 kts IS INCORRECT BECAUSE THERE IS NO COMMAND TO “EASE YOUR ENGINES” TO SLOW DOWN FROM 20 KTS TO 10KTS. Press here and try again

84 Ease your engines ahead 2/3’s, indicate pitch & turns for 10 kts IS INCORRECT BECAUSE THERE IS NO COMMAND TO “EASE YOUR ENGINES” TO SLOW DOWN FROM 20 KTS TO 10KTS. Press here and try again

85 All engines ahead 2/3’s, indicate pitch & turns for 10 kts IS CORRECT BECAUSE TO SLOW DOWN FROM 20 KTS TO 10 KTS, YOU ORDER A SLOWER SPEED. IT IS LIKE TAKING YOUR FOOT OFF THE GAS PEDAL TO SLOW DOWN. Good. Press here to continue with the next question

86 What standard command would you give to the helm to change course from 135T to 080T? Choose from the following answers by clicking on the corresponding answer. Return Home Left Standard Rudder Steer Course 080 Come Left Standard Steady Course 080 Come Left Steer Course 080 Left Standard Rudder Steady Course 080

87 This answer is NOT correct because when you give a rudder amount, ie “left standard rudder”, you must steady on that course, NOT steer it. Press here and try again

88 This answer is NOT correct because when you use the command “come left/right” you STEER that course. Also, this command can only be used for course changes of 10 degrees or less. Press here and try again

89 This answer is correct. Remember, when giving a rudder amount such as “standard,” you must STEADY on that course. Good. Press here to continue with the next question

90 In this scenario, you initially give the order to change course from 270T to a course of 000T and give the order: “right standard rudder, steady course 000.” During the turn as you are passing course 300T, you are told that you need to come back to course 270T. What order can you give to get back to course 270T? Return Home Rudder amidships steady course 270 Shift your rudder, steer course 270 Ease your rudder to rt 5 degrees, steer cse 270 Shift your rudder, steady course 270

91 This answer is INCORRECT because by placing your rudder amidships, you will not be able to steady up on course 270. Press here and try again

92 This answer is INCORRECT because there is no such command “ease your rudder to right five degrees Press here and try again

93 This answer is INCORRECT. When you use the command “shift your rudder,” you must give a new course to STEADY. Press here and try again

94 This answer is CORRECT because you give a new course to steady when you shift your rudder. Good. Press here to continue with the next question

95 What command would you give to the leehelm to twist the ship to starboard without putting any way on? Return Home Rudder amidships steady course 270 Shift your rudder, steer course 270 Ease your rudder to rt 5 degrees, steer cse 270 Shift your rudder, steady course 270

96 This answer is CORRECT. * Good. Press here to continue with the program

97 This answer is INCORRECT because these commands are twisting the ship to port. ** Port engine back ___, Stbd engine ahead ___ Port engine back__ Stbd engine ahead__ Port engine back ___, Stbd engine ahead ___ ** Press here and try again

98 This answer is INCORRECT because there is no command to place your engines “fwd or aft”, only “ahead or back.” Press here and try again

99 The following slides will involve filling out a log entry with various types of transmissions: Please choose the a button to see how the log entry is properly filled out. Return HomeNext Slide Immediate Executive Delayed Executive Non Executive Bridge To Bridge Navy Ops Code Challenge & Reply Navy Ops Code Trans Time Auth

100 TimeFromTo Message Situation: As the Officer in Tactical Command (OTC) with the call sign E8R, you send the tactical signal “CORPEN STBD 9” to everyone within your tactical control at time Send the signal in the IMMEDIATE EXECUTIVE format and fill out the log entry with your answer. 1200E8R IX CORPEN STBD 9, IMI CORPEN STBD 9, STBY, …. X, K Press the to see the correct answer Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

101 TimeFromTo Message 1200E8R XTF CORPEN STBD 9, K Situation: As the Officer in Tactical Command (OTC) with the call sign E8R, you send the tactical signal “CORPEN STBD 9” to everyone within your tactical control at time Send the signal in the DELAYED EXECUTIVE format and fill out the log entry with your answer. Press the to see the correct answer Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

102 TimeFromTo Message 1200E8R G SPEED 10, BT TIME 1200 K Situation: As the Officer in Tactical Command (OTC) with the call sign E8R, you send the tactical signal “G SPEED 10” to everyone within your tactical control at time Send the signal in the NON EXECUTIVE format and fill out the log entry with your answer. Press the to see the correct answer Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

103 Situation: As the EISENHOWER, you want to recommend a port-to-port passage to the ARLEIGH BURKE. You are on course 090°T at 10 kts headed outbound. ARLEIGH BURKE is headed in the opposite direction. You want to send it as a BRIDGE TO BRIDGE format and fill out the entire log entry with your answer. Press the to see the correct answer on the next slide. Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

104 Time From To Message 1200 EISEN- HOWER ARLEIGH BURKE ARLEIGH BURKE DE EISENHOWER, K ARLEIGH BURKE EISEN- HOWER EISENHOWER DE ARLEIGH BURKE, R K EISEN- HOWER ARLEIGH BURKE DE EISENHOWER, I AM ON COURSE 10 KNOTS. RECOMMEND A PORT TO PORT PASSAGE, K ARLEIGH BURKE EISEN- HOWER CONCUR WITH PORT TO PORT PASSAGE, R K EISEN- HOWER ARLEIGH BURKE DE EISENHOWER, R AR Press the to see the correct answer Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

105 Situation: As the Officer in Tactical Command (OTC) with the call sign E8R, you send the Operations Codes “E4D DTI H9A M3J” to everyone within your tactical control at time Send the signal in the OPS CODE format and fill out the log entry with your answer. TimeFromTo Message 1200E8R GROUPS 4 BT E4D DTI H9A M3J BT K Press the to see the correct answer Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

106 Situation: As the Officer in Tactical Command (OTC) with the call sign E8R, ARLEIGH BURKE (A2B) initiates a CHALLENGE & REPLY with Send the signal and fill out the log entry with your answer. For this example, A2B will use ABC as your 3-letter challenge. E8R will use PAF as their 3-letter counter-challenge. Press the to see the correct answer on the next slide. Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

107 Time From To Message 1200 E8RA2BI AM PREPARED TO AUTH, K A2BE8RWHAT IS AUTH OF ABC, K E8RA2BAUTH IS M, BT WHAT IS AUTH OF PAF, K A2BE8RAUTH IS L, K E8RA2B R, AR Press the to see the correct answer Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

108 TimeFromTo Message 1200E8R XTF CORPEN STBD I Set AB D, K Situation: As E8R, you send the tactical signal “CORPEN STBD 9” to A2B. Send it in the DELAYED EXECUTIVE format WITH NUMERICAL ENCRYPTION and fill out the log entry with your answer. For this example, use AB as your initial two letters. Press the to see the correct answer A2B Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

109 TimeFromTo Message 1200E8R M SPEED 9 BT AUTH TIME 0722, I AUTH TY, K Press the to see the correct answer Situation: As E8R, you send the tactical signal “M SPEED 9” to everyone in you tactical control. Send it with a TRANSMISSION TIME AUTHENTICATION using a time of 0722Z and fill out the log entry with your answer. Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

110 The following slides will ask questions concerning standard commands. There will be 8 questions presented to you. Record your answers and view the last slide to see how well you did. Good Luck!! Return HomeNext Slide

111 1.What standard command would you as the Conning Officer to alter course from 090°T to course 120°T? A. Right Standard Rudder, Steady Course 120 B. Come Right Standard Rudder, Steady Course 120 C. Come Right, Steady Course 120 D. Come Right, Steer Course 120 Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

112 2.What standard command would you as the Conning Officer to alter course from 090°T to course 095°T? A. Right Standard Rudder, Steer Course 095 B. Come Right Standard Rudder, Steady Course 095 C. Come Right, Steady Course 095 D. Come Right, Steer Course 095 Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

113 3.What standard command would you as the Conning Officer to alter course from 090°T to course 075°T? A. Left Standard Rudder, Steady Course 075 B. Come Left Standard Rudder, Steady Course 075 C. Come Left, Steady Course 075 D. Come Left, Steer Course 075 Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

114 4.After changing crs from 000° to crs 090°, what command do you give to alter course back to 000°T? A. Shift your rudder, steer crs 000 B. Left Standard Rudder, Steer Course 000 D. Come Left, Steer Course 000 C. Shift your rudder, Steady Course 000 Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

115 5. After altering crs to 000°T using a full rudder, what order do you give to use a standard rudder instead? A. Slow your rudder to right standard, steer course 000 B. Ease your rudder to right standard, Steady Course 000 C. Ease your rudder to right standard, Steer course 000 D. Rudder Amidships, steer crs 000 Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

116 6. What command to give to order 10 knots which is 2/3 bell? A. All engines ahead 2/3’s, indicate pitch & turns for 10 knots B. All engines back 2/3’s, indicate pitch & turns for 10 knots C. Ease you engines to 2/3’s, indicate pitch & turns for 10 knots D. Shift your engines for 10 knots Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

117 7. What command to give slow from 10 kts to 5 kts which is 1/3 bell? A. All engines back 1/3, indicate pitch & turns for 5 knots C. All engines ahead 1/3, indicate pitch & turns for 5 knots B. Ease you engines to 1/3, indicate pitch & turns for 5 knots D. Slow your engines to 10 knots Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

118 8. What orders do you give to the leehelm to twist your ship to port? A. Port eng ahead 1/3, Stbd eng ahead 1/3 B. Port eng back 1/3, Stbd eng ahead 1/3 C. Port eng ahead 1/3, Stbd eng back 1/3 D. Port eng back 1/3, Stbd eng back 1/3 Return HomeNext SlidePrevious Slide

119 Answers to the 8 questions are as follows: 1. A 2. D 3. A 4. C 5. B 6. A 7. C 8. B Return HomePrevious Slide

120 You will need use of your Unit 2 Student Guides, both Unclassified and Confidential to use this program effectively. If you use this program at home, you WILL NOT be able to refer to your Confidential Student Guides. This program has been developed by Peter A. Felarca to assist those who need help in R/T Procedures & Crypto Systems, Log keeping, Flag Recognition, Standard Commands and Visual Message Blanks. If there are any questions or comments concerning this program, please direct them to Pete Felarca at the following address : This program is NOT officially endorsed by SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER SCHOOL COMMAND. Press here to continue with tutorial program.


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