When you communicate with a merchant ship,
what is the maximum number of hoists you
should have flying at one time?
Two plus a tackline
While under way, the OOD orders you to
establish communication with a British merchant
ship. Not knowing her identity signal, what
should you hoist?
ANS and your call sign
ANS alone at the dip
CS and ANS
CS and your call sign
A passing merchant ship transmits a signal to
your ship by flaghoist. How should you
indicate that you understand the signal?
Hoist the same signal
Haul down your call
Haul down ANS
Close up ANS
A merchant ship has sent your ship a signal.
You have indicated that the signal is
understood, and the merchantman hauls down
the hoist. What action should you take at this
Lower ANS to the dip
Lower the repeated call
Haul down the signal
Haul down ANS
What signal should you hoist to indicate to a
merchant ship that you have received the signal
but do not understand it?
To cancel your last signal to a merchant ship,
what signal should you hoist?
In response to your flaghoist signal to a
merchant ship, the merchant ship hoists
Upon checking, you discover you have sent
QN2 rather than the intended QN1. How
should you correct your hoist?
Hoist QN1 immediately
and then QN1
Hoist and QN1 simultaneously
Hoist QN1 and then
How should you signal AAOA using
international flaghoist procedures?
A 1st SUB O 1st SUB
A 1st SUB O 2nd SUB
A 1st SUB O 3rd SUB
A 2nd SUB O 1st SUB
How should you signal 1131 local time by
flaghoist to a merchant ship?
T 1 lst SUB 3 2nd SUB
T 1 1st SUB 3 1st SUB
1 lst SUB 3 2nd SUB
1 1st SUB 3 1st SUB
What should you hoist to indicate that a portion
of an international flaghoist signal is to be read
as plain language?
What are the four parts of an international
flashing light message?
Call, identity, heading, text
Call, identity, heading, ending
Call, identity, text, ending
Call, identity, preamble, ending