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Bridge  Watch  Personnel,  Continued Officer of the Deck,  continued 10.  Carry  out  the  routine  of  the  ship  as  published  in  the  plan  of  the  day and  other  ship’s  directives,  keeping  the  executive  officer  advised  of  any changes  that  may  be  necessary. 11.  Supervise  and  control  the  use  of  the  general  announcing  system; the  general,  chemical,  collision,  sonar,  and  steering  casualty  alarms;  and the  whistle  according  to  the  orders  of  the  commanding  officer,  tactical doctrine,  and  the  Rules  of  the  Road. 12.  Permit  no  person  to  go  aloft  on  the  masts  or  stacks  or  to  work  over the  side  except  when  wind  and  sea  conditions  will  not  expose  him  or  her to  danger;  and  then  only  when  all  applicable  safety  precautions  are observed. 13.  Supervise  and  control  all  transmissions  and  acknowledgments  on the  primary  and  secondary  tactical  voice  radio  circuits,  and  ensure  that proper  phraseology  and  procedures  are  used  in  all  transmissions. 14.  Supervise  and  conduct  on-the-job  training  for  the  JOOW,  the JOOD,  and  enlisted  personnel  of  the  bridge  watch. 15.  Assume  such  other  responsibilities  as  may  be  assigned  by  the commanding   officer. 16.  Supervise  the  striking  of  the  ship’s  bell  to  denote  the  hours  and half-hours  from  reveille  to  taps,  requesting  permission  of  the commanding  officer  to  strike  eight  bells  at  the  hours  of  0800,  1200,  and 2000. 17.  On  ships  that  do  not  station  a  damage  control  watch  officer, supervise  the  maintenance  of  a  log  of  all  fittings  that  are  in  violation  of the  material  condition  of  readiness  prescribed.  Entries  will  show  the name  and  rate  of  the  person  requesting  permission  to  open  a  fitting, approximate  length  of  time  to  be  open,  and  time  closed.  Anyone  who, without  permission,  violates  the  material  condition  of  readiness  in  effect shall  be  made  the  subject  of  an  official  report. As  you  can  see  from  the  list  of  duties,  the  OOD  can  be  a  very  busy person.  This  is  especially  true  when  your  ship  is  operating  in  company with  other  ships  or  close  to  a  shipping  lane.  For  this  reason,  you,  as  the Quartermaster  of  the  watch,  can  be  of  great  assistance  to  him  or  her. The  QMOW  is  the  direct  assistant  to  the  OOD. 11-23

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