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Preparing to Depart Port, Continued Time prior 45 min 15 min 10 min ZERO After U/W Action Station the special sea and anchor detail. In reduced visibility: (1) station the low visibility detail; and (2) set material condition ZEBRA on the main deck and below. Make reports to DCC. Embark pilot. Display CODE HOTEL. Prepare anchor for letting go. Test  anchor  windlass. OOD shift watch to the bridge. Conduct loss of steering drill. Test sound-powered phone circuits in use. Post tide/current/NAVAID information on the bridge and CIC. Receive departmental reports for readiness to get under way. MAA make report of inspection for stowaways. Record draft of ship fore and aft in ship’s deck log, if applicable. Raise deck edge antennas, if required. Obtain commanding officer’s permission to test main engine(s) and direct engineering control accordingly after ensuring that the screw(s) is/are clear. Test ship’s whistle and general alarms. If alongside a pier, ensure that all shore connections are broken and that the brows are ready to be removed. Single  up  lines  when  so  ordered. Conduct  time  check  throughout  the  ship. Report when ready for getting under way to the executive officer. Order maneuvering bells by setting the engine revolution indicator system on a certain repetitive number combination beyond the range of the engines, such  as  "999",  if  applicable. Warn engineering control to stand by to answer all bells. If a flag officer or unit commander is embarked, request permission to get under way as scheduled. Under  way. Shift  colors/close  up  international  call  sign. When clear of restricted waters, lower pit sword. When clear of restricted waters, conduct loss of steering drill. Advise CO when entering international waters and haul down international call sign. 12-24

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