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General Duties of the QMOW, Continued Reporting Contacts While  under  way,  it’s  the  lookout’s  job  to  report  visual  contacts  (other ships).  Again,  remembering  that  the  QMOW  is  an  assistant  to  the  OOD, report  any  contacts  that  you  observe. Report  a  new  contact  to  the  OOD  by  relaying  the  following  information about  the  vessel: Relative   bearing Range  in  yards Type  of  vessel  and  class  if  possible  (merchant,  naval,  DDG, and  so  on) Making The  OOD  is  thoroughly  versed  in  the  Rules  of  the  Road;  however,  you Recomendations may  make  recommendations  concerning  navigational  light  displays  and Based on Rules of the Road prescribed  sound  signals  required  by  the  rules. Special Evolutions The  bridge  must  be  set  up  for  all  special  evolutions.  These  include evolutions  such  as,  general  quarters,  UNREP,  entering  restricted  waters, and  running  a  measured  mile.  As  each  ship  is  different,  only  general discussion  will  be  provided. In  general,  the  QMOW  with  the  assistance  of  the  QM  gang  will  set about  getting  the  bridge  ready  for  scheduled  evolutions.  Items  like sound-powered  phones,  phone  and  distance  lines,  and  light  wands  must be  put  in  place  and  tested  prior  to  the  beginning  of  any  evolution. When  preparing  to  run  a  measured  mile,  the  navigation  detail  should  be set. 11-41

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