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Sound-Powered Telephones
certain  an  actual  contact  has  been  sighted.  Do  not hesitate. Many important sightings have been made on hunches.  Everything,  including  previously  sighted objects,  should  be  reported  when  it  enters  your  sector unless it is an object which you have been specifically ordered  not  to  report. 3. Estimate relative bearing, range, position angle, and target angle. 4. Handle and care for binoculars properly and use them  wisely. 5. Send accurate reports of all visual information to  the  bridge  and  combat  information  center  (CIC)  as rapidly as you can. 6. Use correct procedures during restricted-visibility conditions caused by fog, rain, snow, and so forth. Many electronic devices are now in use for detecting and locating the enemy and as aids in navigating. These delicate  instruments,  however,  can  malfunction.  They are  not  infallible.  Under  some  conditions  they  are turned off entirely so your ship cannot be detected by the enemy. The availability of these devices in no way relieves you of your responsibility to see everything in your  sector  within  range  of  vision  and  to  report everything  you  see.  Remember,  the  safety  of  the  ship is dependent on the eyes of one or more human beings. LOOKOUT   EQUIPMENT Proper equipment for a lookout includes sound- powered  (S/P)  telephones,  binoculars,  binocular  filters, sunglasses,   dark   adaptation   goggles,   and   various articles of foul-weather gear. 5

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