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Objectives,  Continued Objectives List  the  three  elements  used  to  identify  a  light  at  night. State  the  differences  between  primary  and  secondary  lights. List  two  purposes  of  ranges. Identify  the  differences  between  directional  lights,  daybeacons, and minor lights. Describe  how  light  sector  bearings  are  plotted  on  charts. State  the  reason  why  sound  signals  are  used  on  ATONs. State  the  purpose  of  a  RACON. Identify  the  function  of  a  buoyage  system. List  the  characteristics  of  lateral  and  cardinal  buoyage  systems. Identify  the  differences  between  IALA  region  A  and  IALA region B. State  which  IALA  region  applies  to  the  United  States. Identify  and  explain  variations  in  the  following  U.S.  Systems  of ATONs: a.   Intracoastal   waterway   (ICW) b.   Western   rivers c.  Uniform  State  Waterway  Marking  System  (USWMS) Identify  and  distinguish  between  international  and  inland  rules  of the road. Topic Page Navigational   Lights 4 - 3 How to use the Light List 4-5 Characteristics  of  Lighted  Aids  to  Navigation 4-6 Visibility  of  Lights 4-8 Types  of  Lights  and  Structures 4-14 Sector  Lights 4-21 Buoys 4-24 Buoyage  Systems 4-28 The  United  States  System  of  Aids  to  Navigation 4-30 Rules  of  the  Road 4-39 Maneuvering  and  Warning  Signals 4-44 4-2

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