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Navigational  Lights,  Continued Name Description Energized   When 5.  Task The  proper  light  signal  to  let  other  ships Whenever  the  ship  is  in  a know  that  your  ship  cannot  easily situation  where  it  cannot  easily maneuver  is  red-white-red.  If  you  turn maneuver.   For   example,   when on  the  lights  as  you  would  to  indicate a  ship  is  alongside  another  ship that  your  ship  is  broken  down  and  add  a taking  on  food,  fuel,  or  ammo, white  light  in  the  center,  this  will  give it  is  involved  in  a  task  and you  the  proper  lights.  The  required cannot   maneuver   easily.   Also white  light  is  mounted  in  the  center  of used  when  a  ship  is  constrained the  Not  Under  Command/Man by its draft. Overboard  lights,  and  the  controlling switch  is  mounted  on  the  bulkhead  in the  vicinity  near  the  special  lighting control panel. 6.   Blue   Stem The  blue  stem  light  is  a  light  similar  to Your  ship  is  engaged  in  convoy the  white  stem  light  the  ship  uses  for or  formation  steaming  during normal  running  lights. periods  of  darken  ship.  It  is also  used  when  engaged  in some  forms  of  plane  guard  duty during  recovery/launch  flight operations. 7.  Anchor  Aft The  after-anchor  light  is  a  360°  white From  sunset  to  sunrise  and light  mounted  at  the  top  of  the  flagstaff. during  periods  of  reduced visibility  when  your  ship  is  at anchor  or  moored. 8.  Anchor The  forward  anchor  light  is  a  360° Same as above. Forward white  light  mounted  at  the  top  of  the jackstaff.  It  is  used  at  the  same  time  as the  after-anchor  light. Not Shown: The  ASW  light  is  a  colored  light, Conducting  ASW  operations. visible  as  nearly  as  practical,  all  around ASW Light the  horizon.  Each  ship  is  provided  with [Grimes light) two  red,  two  green,  and  two  amber lenses.  The  ASW  light  is  installed  on all  ASW-capable  ships.  The  color  to  be used  is  determined  by  the  squadron commander.  The  ASW  light  is  installed on  either  the  yardarm  or  mast  platform where  it  can  be  seen  all  around  the horizon. 11-18

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