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Chart Card Maintenance Background Information Before  we  can  learn  how  to  correct  the  charts  we  want  to  use,  we  need to  learn  the  chart  card  system.  The  chart  card  system  evolved  from  a need  to  have  a  standard  method  of  recording  NTM  corrections.  It wouldn’t  be  practical  to  correct  each  and  every  chart  listed  in  the  weekly NTM.  The  chart  card  systems  allows  the  Quartermaster  to  record  on  a card  the  NTM  year  and  number  for  each  chart  in  the  ship’s  allowance  as changes  are  made  to  these  charts.  Then  the  chart  may  be  corrected  as  it is needed. Illustrated  in  figure  1-21  are  the  steps  to  be  followed  to  maintain  the card  system.  These  steps  are  generic,  individual  units  may  need  to modify  them  to  suit  their  needs.  The  following  is  a  brief  description  of the steps: Step Action 1. The  weekly  Notice  to  Mariners  is  received  on  board. 2. The  ready  charts  and  any  charts  currently  in  use  are  checked against  the  NTM  to  see  if  any  need  correction. Example:  write  the  NTM  number  (4/93)  on  the  card,  and  put the  card(s)  aside  in  a  pile  for  later  chart  correction  listed  in  step five 3. 4. Charge  all  affected  cards.  To  charge  cards  means  to  enter  on the  card  the  NTM  number  and  year.  See  figure  1-18.  This must  be  done  for  publications  also  and  in  the  same  manner. Update  the  broadcast  message  boards  as  needed  from  section III  of  the  NTM. 5. Correct  ready  charts  and  any  affected  charts  that  may  be  in  use as  identified  in  step  2. 6. Correct  any  publications  as  listed  in  section  II. 7. Pull  (remove)  all  canceled  charts  and  cards  and  destroy. 8. Make  cards  for  new  charts. 1-33

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