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buckets and drip pans, rags for wiping up spilled oil, to view from the bridge of aircraft carriers. During buckets of sand to spread on slippery decks, spare stops, replenishment, individual flaghoists are displayed as etc. shown in figure 4-24. It is the responsibility of the officer in tactical com- mand (OTC) to select a suitable course and speed, taking into consideration the mission of the group and the condition of the sea. Because of the danger of hitting aircraft on deck, CVs, LPHs LHAs, and other ships with aircraft on deck fire the shot lines to the delivering ships. Generally,  the  delivering  ship  takes  station,  and  the receiving ship maneuvers to come alongside and main- tain position during the operation. When replenishing large  CVs,  however,  replenishment  ships  may  complete the  final  phase  of  the  approach,  because  of  obstructions Except for the gear actually rigged on the receiving ship, such as fairlead blocks and riding lines, and for the distance  line  and  Burton  whips,  the  delivering  ship furnishes all the equipment. An exception to this practice is   when   carriers   and   cruisers   are   alongside replenishment ships and personnel are to be transferred. Figure 4-24.–Replenishment operations signals. 4-29

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