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identification, but do not delay the report. Include in the initial report: 1. WHAT YOU SEE: Describe the contact quickly and briefly. Name the type or class of ship or aircraft if you recognize it; otherwise, simply report “ship,” “plane,”  and  so  forth. 2. BEARING: Always report contacts in relative bearings. These are given as three digits, spoken digit by  digit. 3.  RANGE:  Ranges  are  reported  in  yards/miles and  spoken  digit  by  digit,  except  that  multiples  of hundreds and thousands are spoken as such. 4. TARGET ANGLE: Report target angle on all ships. It will be given in three digits, spoken digit by digit. 5. POSITION ANGLE: Report position angle on all aircraft. It will be given in one or two digits, spoken as a whole, not digit by digit. 6.  MOVEMENT:  Report  whether  the  contact  is moving  from  right  to  left,  left  to  right,  opening, closing, paralleling, high speed, slow speed, dead in the  water,  and  so  forth. Bearings The direction of an object from a ship is called the bearing.  Bearing  is  measured  in  degrees  clockwise around  a  circle,  from  000°  to  360°.  Relative  bearings have the ship's bow as a reference point; true bearings use true, or geographic north, as a reference point; 16

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