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Piloting Introduction Navigation  becomes  more  demanding  when  your  ship  is  near  land  or  in restricted  waters  where  there  is  an  immediate  danger  of  possible grounding.  Piloting  is  the  process  of  safely  directing  the  movement  of  a vessel  from  one  point  to  another  involving  frequent  or  continuous determination  of  a  ship’s  position  relative  to  geographical  points,  to  a high  order  of  accuracy. Section Objectives List  the  three  types  of  navigational  observances  used  to  determine  a ship’s  position  in  piloting. Match  the  following  navigation  terms  with  their  meanings: a.  true  bearings i.  estimated  position b.  relative  bearing f.   piloting c.  fix g.  set  &  drift d.  speed  of  advance h.  line  of  position e.  course  over  ground j.   running   fix List  the  procedures  for  obtaining  visual  bearings  and  radar  ranges. State  the  best  objects  and  proper  order  to  obtain  visual  bearings  and radar  ranges. Convert  relative  bearings  to  true  bearings. List  the  procedures  for  plotting  a  visual  fix  and  a  radar  fix. List  the  procedures  to  set  up  and  plot  visual  bearings  with  a  PMP. List  the  methods  used  to  compensate  for  gyro  error  on  a  PMP. State  how  to  obtain  a  bearing  and  range  from  radar. Make  proper  entries  in  the  Standard  Navy  Bearing  Book. State  the  OPNAV  instruction  that  regulates  how  to  maintain  a navigation plot. Identify  the  general  requirements  for  LOPS  when  maintaining  a navigation plot. 8-18

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