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The Phone Talker
battle  without  a  means  of  receiving  or  transmitting  current, reliable  information. Current, reliable information yields good decisions in both routine  and  emergency  operations.  This  information  must  be passed  over  sound-powered  telephone  circuits  from  damage control   central,   engineering   spaces,   weapons   control,   after steering,  radio  central,  lookouts,  the  combat  information  center, the signal bridge, and various other stations aboard the ship. You, as the phone talker, play a vital role that affects the safety of your shipmates and the overall performance of your ship. The timely and efficient exchange of accurate information will happen only if you know your job and execute it to the best of  your  ability.  To  do  that,  you  should  use  standard  phrases  and common  terminology  when  relaying  information;  in  addition,  you should practice the proper care of your phones. Q4. Why  is  the  sound-powered  phone  the  most  important interior communications system aboard ship? Q5. What  kind  of  information  must  a  commanding  officer have to make good decisions during ship operations? OPERATION OF SOUND-POWERED TELEPHONE CIRCUITS The  operation  of  a  sound-powered  telephone  circuit  involves a message originator, a control station, and anywhere from one to several phone talkers at different stations. Each one plays a distinct role in ensuring messages are transmitted properly. THE  MESSAGE  ORIGINATOR The message originator’s choice of words is very important. For example, suppose you are the bridge sea and anchor detail phone  talker.  The  officer  of  the  deck  (OOD)  tells  you  to  pass  the following  message: “Find  out  what  gas  turbines  and  diesel generators are in use.”    The officer of the deck, as the message originator, has used incorrect phraseology. You would have to 1-3

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