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DISTRESS   SIGNALS Distress   signals   under   both   International   and Inland Rules are as follows: The  following  signals,  used  or  exhibited  either together or separately, indicate distress and need of assistance: 1. A gun or other explosive signal fired at inter- vals of about a minute 2. A continuous sounding with any fog-signalling apparatus 3.  Rockets  or  shells,  throwing  red  stars  fired  one at a time at short intervals 4. A signal made by light, radio, or by any other signalling method consisting of the group • • • - - - • • • (SOS) in the Morse code 5. A signal sent by radiotelephone consisting of the  spoken  word  “Mayday” 6.  The  International  Code  Signal  of  distress indicated by N.C. (NOVEMBER CHARLIE) 7.  A  signal  consisting  of  a  square  flag  having above or below it a ball or anything resembling a ball 8.  Flames  on  the  vessel  (as  from  a  burning  tar barrel,  oil  barrel,  etc.) 9. A rocket parachute flare or a hand flare show- ing a red light 10.  A  smoke  signal  giving  off  orange-colored smoke 11.  Slowly  and  repeatedly  raising  and  lowering arms outstretched to each side 12. The radiotelegraph alarm signal 13. The radiotelephone alarm signal 14.  Signals  transmitted  by  emergency  position- indicating radio beacons 33

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