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shape  of  the  superstructure,  location  of  the  stack,  and length of the ship. (See figure 26.) 1.  TANGO  class  (transport).  Passenger  ships  or passenger/cargo  ships  have  the  superstructure  ex- tending more than one-third the overall length of the ship. 2.  FOXTROT  TANGO  class  (freighter  transport). Normally includes vessels used for a combination of passenger  and  cargo  transports.  They  have  a  block superstructure amidships that is less than one-third the length of the ship. 3. FOXTROT class (freighter). Primarily a cargo type that has the superstructure amidships and a distinct separation between funnel and bridge. 4.  SIERRA  class  (stack  aft).  Cargo  vessels  or tankers that have the superstructure located entirely in the after one-third section of the vessel. 5.  NOVEMBER  class  (miscellaneous).  Fishing trawlers, tugs, coastal passenger steamers, junks, and sampans. DISTANT   VIEW The appearance of smoke on the horizon may often be the first indication of the presence of a ship. As the Figure 26.—Superstructure group. 67

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