A high-precedence message is recorded by a
Signalman and handed to you, the signal
supervisor. You show the message to the OOD.
In most cases, what do you do next with the
1. Have it delivered to CIC
2. Show it to the communication watch officer
3. Show it to the commanding officer
4. Have it delivered to the communication
As a Signalman supervisor, to what individual(s)
should you relay incoming tactical signals?
1. CIC only
2. OOD only
3. CIC and OOD
4. CIC and communication officer
Of the following shipboard communication
factors, which one has NO bearing on the
1. The need for accuracy
2. The need for security
3. The speed of transmission
4. The time of transmission
What procedure should you use to communicate
with civil stations?
1. Allied procedures
2. Special procedures
3. International procedures
4. Ship-to-shore procedures
What communication elements provide a brevity
code for the passing of information pertaining to
communications, aircraft operation, and search
1. Operating signals
2. Allied procedures
3. Special procedures
4. Ship-shore movements
You should use numbered flags when using
operating signals to communicate with what type
What operating signals are allocated to the allied
military and are held by all military stations?
When you use non-allied procedures to reply to
a question in the affirmative, which of the
The operating signal QRS means SEND MORE
SLOWLY. A number following this signal
indicates the number of words per minute.
Figure 4A.Operating signal.
IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 4-72 AND 4-73,
REFER TO FIGURE 4A.
What signal should the Signalman aboard NFCH
transmit to ask you to slow to six words per
3. QRS6 K
4. K QRS6
What publication contains operating signals?