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Navigational Lights, Continued Name 2.  Blinker 3.   Aircraft Warning Description Energized   When The  blinker  lights  are  located  on  the Used  as  an  alternative  method yardarms  and  are  used  for  sending of  sending  flashing  light  at flashing  light.  The  blinker  lights  are night. used  with  signal  keys,  which  are normally  installed  on  the  bridge  and signal  bridge.  The  blinker  light  switch must  be  in  the  ON  position  for  the signal  key  to  be  activated. The  aircraft  warning  lights  are  360°  red From  sunset  to  sunrise  when lights.  They  are  installed  at  the  truck  of your  ship  is  at  anchor  or each  mast  that  extends  more  than  8 moored. meters  (26  feet)  above  the  highest  point of   the   superstructure.   Two   aircraft When  operating  aircraft  at warning  lights  are  installed  if  the  one night. light  cannot  be  seen  throughout  360°.  If two  masts  are  tall  enough  to  require these  lights  but  are  less  than  15  meters apart,  they  will  be  installed  only  on  the higher  mast. 4.  Not  Under The  crank/switch  controls  a  pair  of  red Not   Under   Command--When Command/ lights  that  have  multiple  uses.  The the  switch  is  in  the  ON Man lights  are  located  6  feet  apart position,  it  turns  on  the  red Overboard (vertically)  and  mounted  on  brackets lights,  which  indicate  that  your that  extend  abaft  the  mast  or  structure ship  has  had  a  breakdown. and  to  port  thereof.  This  mounting arrangement  permits  visibility,  as  far  as Man  Overboard--When   the practicable,  throughout  the  360°  arc. switch  is  continually  turned  ON and  OFF  by  use  of  the  crank,  it causes  the  pair  of  red  lights  to blink  ON  and  OFF  (pulsate), indicating  that  your  ship  has  a man  overboard. 11-17

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