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SOUND-POWERED   TELEPHONES Sound-powered (battle) telephones are just what their name implies; instead of a battery or generator, the voice provides the power for the circuit. Failure of the electrical power system has no effect upon the sound-powered  phones  although  one  or  more  stations can be knocked out by damage to the circuit. Every sound-powered phone receiver is also a transmitter, and vice versa. In other words, if one earpiece on a sound- powered  headset  is  inoperative,  you  normally  can continue to both talk and receive through the other ear- piece. The same holds true for the mouthpiece. The   primary   battle   sound-powered   telephone circuits  provide  communication  between  selected  battle stations  grouped  on  established  circuits.  No  dialing  is necessary. When you plug into one of these circuits, you  can  immediately  communicate  with  anyone  who is  plugged  in  on  the  same  circuit.  Additional  stations not  on  the  circuit  may  be  cut  in  or  cut  out  by  a switchboard. That there may be a number of stations on the same circuit indicates the importance of strict compliance with   standard   telephone   talker   procedures   and terminology.  The  duties  of  a  telephone  talker  and procedures  employed  when  a  sound-powered  telephone is used are covered both in Basic Military Require- ments,  NAVEDTRA  12018,    and   Sound-Powered Telephone Talkers' Manual, NAVEDTRA 12097. JL is the designation given to the circuit over which the lookouts report. It is an important channel of vital information to the bridge, CIC, and gun control. In wartime the JL circuit is manned under all cruising conditions.  In  peacetime  it  is  manned  when  cir- cumstances require extra lookout precautions, but it may then be combined with other circuits. 6

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