Navigational Duties (continued), chapter 9, pages 9-5 through 9-31.
IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 11-1 THROUGH 11-5,
SELECT FROM COLUMN B THE TYPE OF CHART
THAT MOST LIKELY WOULD BE USED WITH THE
SCALE IN COLUMN A.
Where on a chart should you look to find the
notation that provides the key to depth
On the back
In the corner
Under the chart title
Above the chart title
All charts used by the U.S. Navy are issued by
The National Ocean Service
The Defence Mapping Agency
The U.S. Coast Guard
The British Admiralty
The Notice to Mariners issues information on
new charts, chart corrections, cancellations, and
changes to nautical charts and publications.
How often are Notice to Mariners issued to U.S.
QUESTIONS 11-10 THROUGH 11-42 PERTAIN TO
AIDS TO NAVIGATION.
A visual aid to navigation has which of the
Its height is shown on the area chart
It often can be used to fix the ships
It always indicates a danger area
Its light is never extinguished
Lighted aids to navigation are indicated on
charts by what item?
Which of the following descriptions of light aids
is NOT contained in the List of Lights?
Lighted harbor buoys
What are the four standard colors for lights on
aids to navigation?
Green, red, white, blue
Green, red, yellow, blue
Green, red, white, yellow
Green, red, yellow, orange