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COMDTINST M A. Communications Watchstander Qualification Guide
Sort order. Dec 21, Jurgen rated it did not like it. Necessary Evil Unfortunately this book is a requirement for all vessels by federal regulations. It is extremely difficult to read in order to familiarize oneself with nautical collision regulations and therefore is only usable as a reference book. Had to read this for work Very useful for those aquatic folk.
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Auxiliary Telecommunications Qualification Standard
A radio facility may be offered for use by an Auxiliarist and, if it meets requirements for that type of facility, it will be accepted by the Director of the Auxiliary. The facility owner must arrange for an initial inspection of the facility and, thereafter, a re-inspection every three years from the date of acceptance for use.
Radio equipment used on a surface or air facility is considered and inspected as part of that facility. In general, the operator of a radio facility must maintain radio logs and formal message logs.
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About the Communications Program Auxiliary communications are not bound into a rigidly structured operational system but rather consist of fixed land stations, land mobile stations and direction finder stations that have been accepted by the Director of the Auxiliary as radio facilities.