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2. WHERE YOU HEAR IT: Use relative bearings. Be as accurate as possible. 3. SOUND STRENGTH: Weak, loud, or medium. 4. INTENSITY: Sound getting stronger, weaker, or remaining the same. 5. BEARING DRIFT: Sound is drifting from left to  right,  right  to  left,  or  remaining  steady  on  same bearing. The following is a sample of a sound signal report made by the forward lookout: ALL  STATIONS—THIS  IS  FORWARD LOOKOUT—I   HEAR   TWO   WEAK   PRO- LONGED  BLASTS—BEARING  015—WITH A  RIGHT  BEARING  DRIFT. SPECIAL   SEA   DETAIL Whenever a ship gets under way from a pier or anchorage and goes to sea, or returns from sea to an anchorage  or  mooring,  the  special  sea  detail  is  set. Moving a ship in and out of crowded harbors is a big job that requires a lot of experience and skill. For that reason, the special sea detail is assigned to a special CIC team. Persons assigned to man the sea detail must be  well-trained  and  know  exactly  what  their  assigned duties are. PREPARATION Preparations to enter or leave a harbor begin several hours before the special sea detail is actually set. There 37

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