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Commanding Officers Night Order Book General Information The  navigator  is  also  responsible  for  the  preparation  of  the  CO’s  night order  book.  Night  orders  are  the  captain’s  orders  of  how  he  or  she wants  the  ship  run  when  he  or  she  is  not  on  the  bridge.  The  book  is normally  divided  into  two  separate  parts:  standing  orders  and  night orders. Standing  orders  are  the  commanding  officer’s  statement  concerning  his or  her  policies  and  directions  under  all  circumstances.  Night  orders, written  on  a  daily  basis,  are  a  summary  of  tactical,  navigational,  and readiness  information  for  bridge  watch  standers.  Additional  information and  guidance  are  added  by  the  captain  and  the  navigator. Prior  to  writing  the  night  orders,  the  navigator  reviews  the  ship’s operational  orders  and  the  nightly  schedule  of  events  for  anticipated evolutions  or  activities.  Should  any  conflicts  exist  between  the  schedule of  events  and  the  standing  orders,  the  navigator  informs  the  commanding officer. The  navigator  then  writes  the  night  orders  for  the  commanding  officer, providing  ship’s  information  and  operational  data,  including  anticipated evolutions  and  a  schedule  of  events,  if  needed.  The  commanding  officer then  adds  his  or  her  remarks  and  the  night  order  book  is  placed  on  the bridge. Among  the  watch  standers  required  to  read  and  initial  are  the  OOD, JOOD,  BMOW,  and  QMOW.  This  initialing  ensures  that  the  orders have  been  read  and  understood. 11-26

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