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Temporarily Leaving the Circuit When you are relieved by another phone talker, you must request  permission  to  change  phone  talkers: “Bridge  –  After  Steering.  Request  permission  to  change  phone talkers.” If you need to exchange a set of faulty phones for a good set, you  must  request  permission  to  change  phones: “Bridge – Combat. Request permission to change phones.” Once you have been given permission to go off the circuit and  your  relief  rejoins  the  circuit,  the  new  phone  talker  reports, “Bridge – Combat. Back on the line.” Q14. What  must  you  do  before  leaving  the  circuit  for  any reason? Q15. What is the correct phrase you should use to rejoin the circuit? Securing From the Circuit Before  securing  from  the  circuit,  you  must  always  get permission.  For  example,  the  fantail  asks,  “Bridge  –  Fantail. Request  permission  to  secure.” The bridge says,  “Request  permission  to  secure.  Bridge,  aye. Wait.” The  bridge  talker  gets  permission  from  the  OOD  for  the phone   talker   on   the fantail   to   secure   and   then   says, “Fantail – Bridge. Secure.” The fantail talker replies,  “Fantail, aye. Going off the line.” 2-6

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