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Chapter 2 Sound-Powered Telephone Talker Procedures
ANSWERS  TO  EMBEDDED  QUESTIONS A1. A2. A3. A4. A5. A6. A7. A8. A9. A10. A11. A12. A13. A14. A15. A16. The sound pressure of your voice. Speak in a strong, clear voice. Talk through the earpiece. It   allows   an   exchange   of   accurate,   up-to-date information that enables the ship to achieve its mission. Reliable, accurate information. The phone talker won’t have to rephrase the message, which  reduces  the  chance  of  an  unintended  meaning being transmitted. Word for word, exactly as you received it. The  Control  Station. You  might  miss  an  important  message. It is easy to confuse the sounds of certain letters. To overcome many language difficulties. Bearing. The ship’s bow. Exact  multiples  of  hundreds  and  thousands  are  spoken as  you  usually  would. 90°. Position angle forty. 1-13

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