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At night the OOD hails a boat with “Boat ahoy,” and the   coxswain   answers,   according   to   the   senior embarked,  as  indicated  in  table  5-1. BOAT CALLS LEARNING OBJECTIVE: List and explain the recall  signals  for  small  boats  including  the Admiral's barge and the Captain's gig. Occasionally  it  is  necessary  to  recall  personnel  and boats by means of a flaghoist. The PAPA flag is the general recall when shown in port. It is flown from the foretruck,   or   where   seen   best,   and   means:   All PERSONNEL   BELONGING   TO   THIS   SHIP RETURN  IMMEDIATELY. QUEBEC, while flying, means: ALL BOATS BELONGING   TO   THIS   SHIP   (OR   BOATS ADDRESSED)   RETURN   TO   THE   SHIP IMMEDIATELY. If for any reason it is desired to call a particular boat, a hoist is flown as follows: QUEBEC,  followed   by   a   numeral   pennant, which designates a type of boat, and one or more additional numeral flags to indicate the number of the boat. Table 5-1.–Coxswain Replies According to Senior Embarked OFFICER OR OFFICIAL ABOARD SHIP COXSWAIN’S  REPLY President or Vice President of the United States UNITED  STATES Secretary,  Deputy  or  an  Assistant  Secretary  of DEFENSE Defense Secretary,  Under  Secretary,  or  an  Assistant  Secretary of the Navy Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff Chief of Naval Operations or the Vice Chief of Naval Operations Fleet, Force, or Type Commander NAVY JOINT CHIEFS NAVAL OPERATIONS (Number) FLEET or abbreviation of administrative title; e.g., 6TH FLEET, PACFLT A Flag Officer A Chief of Staff/Chief staff Officer A  Flotilla/Group  Commander FLAG OFFICER STAFF (Type)  FLOT/GRU  (Number);  e.g.,  CRUDESGRU SIX,  SERVGRU  THREE A  Squadron  Commander A  Division  Commander A Marine Brigade Commander Commanding Officer of a ship or station (Type) RON (Number); e.g., DESRON TWO (Type) DIV (Number); e.g., MINEDIV ELEVEN BRIGADE  COMMANDER (Name of Ship or Station); e.g., NASHVILLE, NAVSTA NORFOLK A  Marine  Regimental  Commander REGIMENTAL    COMMANDER Any other commissioned Officer AYE,  AYE Warrant  Officer NO, NO Enlisted HELLO A boat not intending to come alongside, regardless PASSING of rank of passenger 5-14

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