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l Do not use slang or profanity on the phone. l Use correct nautical terms. O Never interrupt another station unless you need to pass an  emergency  message. If you must interrupt a station on the circuit, use the phrase, “Silence on the line.”    You as a phone talker are an important link  in  the  interior  communications  chain;  that  chain  is  no stronger than its weakest link.    Unauthorized talking means the chain has at least two weak links. Be professional — if someone else on your circuit persists in useless talking, remind the person that the line must be kept clear for official messages. Circuit discipline also means you must never show impatience, anger, or excitement.  You  must  talk  slowly,  clearly,  and  precisely.  Circuit discipline  means  self-discipline. Q1. Why must strict circuit discipline be maintained on the circuit? Q2. When should you depress the transmitter button? Q3. When can you interrupt another station’s transmission? Q4. What  phrase  should  you  use  if  you  have  to  interrupt another station? Q5. What  should  you  do  if  another  person  on  the  circuit persists in useless talking? STANDARD TELEPHONE-TALKER PROCEDURES The standard procedure for relaying a message is divided into three parts: 1. Give the name of the station called. 2. Give the name of the station calling. 2-2

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