Dunida markab Alanka

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Letter/
Phonetic
name
Flag ICS Meaning as single flag Meaning when used with numeric complements
A
Alfa
ICS Alpha.svg "Waxaan haystaa hoos u [hoos u dhiga], si fiican u xaji xawaaraha gaaban." Azimuth or bearing
B
Bravo
ICS Bravo.svg "Anigu waxaan qaataa ama ka saaraa ama qaadaa alaab halis ah." (Asal ahaan waxa isticmaalay Navy oo si khaas ah loogu isticmaalo walxaha qarxa.)
C
Charlie
ICS Charlie.svg "Xaqiijiye."[lower-alpha 1][lower-alpha 2] Course in degrees magnetic
D
Delta
ICS Delta.svg "Keep clear of me; I am maneuvering with difficulty."[lower-alpha 2] Date
E
Echo
ICS Echo.svg "I am altering my course to starboard."[lower-alpha 2]
F
Foxtrot
ICS Foxtrot.svg "I am disabled; communicate with me."[lower-alpha 3]
G
Golf
ICS Golf.svg "I require a pilot."
By fishing vessels near fishing grounds: "I am hauling nets."
Longitude (The first 2 or 3 digits denote degrees; the last 2 denote minutes.)
H
Hotel
ICS Hotel.svg "I have a pilot on board."[lower-alpha 2]
I
India
ICS India.svg "I am altering my course to port."[lower-alpha 2]
J
Juliet
ICS Juliet.svg "I am on fire and have dangerous cargo on board: keep well clear of me."
or
"I am leaking dangerous cargo."
K
Kilo
ICS Kilo.svg "I wish to communicate with you." "I wish to communicate with you by...":
1) Morse signaling by hand-flags or arms;
2) Loud hailer (megaphone);
3) Morse signaling lamp;
4) Sound signals.
L
Lima
ICS Lima.svg In harbour: "The ship is quarantined."
At sea: "You should stop your vessel instantly."
Latitude (the first 2 digits denote degrees; the last 2 denote minutes.)
M
Mike
ICS Mike.svg "My vessel is stopped and making no way through the water."[lower-alpha 2]
N
November
ICS November.svg "Negative."[lower-alpha 1]
O
Oscar
ICS Oscar.svg "Man overboard."[lower-alpha 2] (often attached to the man overboard pole on boats).
With a sinister hoist, the semaphore flag.
P
Papa
ICS Papa.svg The blue Peter.
In harbour: All persons should report on board as the vessel is about to proceed to sea.
At sea: It may be used by fishing vessels to mean: "My nets have come fast upon an obstruction."
Q
Quebec
ICS Quebec.svg "My vessel is 'healthy' and I request free pratique."
R
Romeo
ICS Romeo.svg (No ICS meaning as single flag) Distance (range) in nautical miles.
S
Sierra
ICS Sierra.svg "I am operating astern propulsion."[lower-alpha 2] Speed (velocity) in knots
T
Tango
ICS Tango.svg "Keep clear of me."[lower-alpha 2]
Fishing boats: "Keep clear of me; I am engaged in pair trawling."
Local time. (The first 2 digits denote hours; the last 2 denote minutes.)
U
Uniform
ICS Uniform.svg "You are running into danger."
V
Victor
ICS Victor.svg "I require assistance." Speed in kilometres per hour.
W
Whiskey
ICS Whiskey.svg "I require medical assistance."
X
Xray
ICS X-ray.svg "Stop carrying out your intentions and watch for my signals."
Y
Yankee
ICS Yankee.svg "I am dragging my anchor."
Z
Zulu
ICS Zulu.svg "I require a tug."
By fishing vessels near fishing grounds: "I am shooting nets."[lower-alpha 4]
Time (UTC). (The first 2 digits denote hours; the last 2 denote minutes.)


The International Code of Signals includes only the first three of these substitute flags. To illustrate their use, here are some messages and the way they would be encoded:

"N" ICS November.svg
"O" ICS Oscar.svg
"NO" ICS November.svg ICS Oscar.svg
"NON" ICS November.svg ICS Oscar.svg ICS Repeat One.svg
"NOO" ICS November.svg ICS Oscar.svg ICS Repeat Two.svg
"NOON" ICS November.svg ICS Oscar.svg ICS Repeat Two.svg ICS Repeat One.svg
"NONO" ICS November.svg ICS Oscar.svg ICS Repeat One.svg ICS Repeat Two.svg
"NONON" ICS November.svg ICS Oscar.svg ICS Repeat One.svg ICS Repeat Two.svg ICS Repeat Three.svg
"NONNN" ICS November.svg ICS Oscar.svg ICS Repeat One.svg ICS Repeat Three.svg ICS Repeat Four.svg


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