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Bridge Watch Personnel, Continued Officer of the 2.  Keep  informed  concerning  current  operation  plans  and  orders, Deck,  continued intentions  of  the  OTC  and  the  commanding  officer,  and  such  other matters  as  may  pertain  to  ship  or  force  operations. 3.  Issue  necessary  orders  to  the  helm  and  main  engine  control  to  avoid danger,  to  take  or  keep  an  assigned  station,  or  to  change  the  course  and speed  of  the  ship  according  to  orders  of  proper  authority. 4.  Make  all  required  reports  to  the  commanding  officer.  When  a command  duty  officer  is  specified  for  the  watch,  he  or  she  will  make  the same  reports  to  the  command  duty  officer. 5.  Ensure  that  required  reports  to  the  OOD  concerning  tests  and inspections  and  the  routine  reports  of  patrols,  watches,  and  lifeboat crews  are  promptly  originated  and  that  the  bridge  watch  and  lookouts are  properly  posted  and  alert. 6.  Supervise  and  direct  the  personnel  on  watch  on  the  bridge,  ensure that  all  required  entries  are  properly  made  in  the  Ship’s  Deck  Log,  and sign  the  log  at  the  conclusion  of  the  watch. 7.  Issue  orders  for  rendering  honors  to  passing  ships  as  required  by regulations  and  custom. 8.  Ensure  that  the  executive  officer,  command  duty  officer  (when assigned),  and  department  heads  concerned  are  kept  informed  of  changes in  the  tactical  situation,  operation  schedule,  the  approach  of  heavy weather,  and  other  circumstances  that  would  require  a  change  in  the ship’s  routine  or  other  action  on  their  part. 9.  Keep  informed  of  the  status  and  current  capabilities  of  the engineering  plant  and  keep  the  engineering  officer  of  the  watch  advised concerning  boiler  power  requirements  and  the  operational  situation  so that  he  or  she  may  operate  the  engineering  plant  intelligently. 11-22

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