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In  addition,  Inland  Rules  stipulate  that  a  high intensity  white  light  flashing  at  regular  intervals  from 50 to 70 times a minute may be used. There is no basis in the Rules for the popular notion that our national ensign, hoisted upside down, is a recognized signal of distress.   No   man-of-war   would   ever   subject   the colors to that indignity. But if you should see a private craft with the ensign hoisted upside down, it may be in distress and you should report it without delay. SPECIAL   SUBMARINE   SIGNALS The following signals, though not part of the Rules of the Road, are prescribed for submerged submarines in  emergency  situations  involving  rising  to  periscope depth or surfacing. 1. A yellow smoke flare fired into the air from a submarine indicates that the submarine is coming to periscope  depth  to  carry  out  surfacing  procedures. Ships  should  clear  the  immediate  vicinity,  but  should not stop propellers. 2.  A  red  smoke  flare  fired  into  the  air  from  a submarine is a signal that the submarine is in serious trouble and will surface immediately if possible. Smoke flares of any color, fired into the air at short intervals, mean that the submarine requires assistance. All ships in the vicinity should stand by to give aid. RESTRICTED-VISIBILITY    STEAMING Restricted  visibility  is  defined  as  anything  that restricts regular visibility to a degree that endangers safe   navigation.   Many   people   think   of   restricted visibility as just fog, but restricted visibility can be caused by many other things; rain, smoke, heavy seas, 34

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