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Question 1: Similarly, one must have worked as a ________ for 365 days to have become a second mate.
Chief MateThird MateCaptain (nautical)Boatswain

Question 2: In the Royal Navy in the days of sail, "master" was often used as an abbreviation for the sailing master, the warrant officer responsible for the ________ and steering of the vessel.
CompassNavigationAmateur radio direction findingGlobal Positioning System

Question 3: One of a shipmaster's particularly important duties is to ensure compliance with the vessel's security plan, as required by the ________.
CyprusBosnia and HerzegovinaAzerbaijanInternational Maritime Organization

Question 4: Many navies follow the precedent of the ________ and have an "executive loop" on the top or inner ring.
HMS Illustrious (R06)HMS Ark Royal (R07)HMS Ocean (L12)Royal Navy

Question 5: ________ (1995) [1978].
International Maritime OrganizationCyprusAzerbaijanBosnia and Herzegovina

Question 6:
What is Captain (nautical) also known as?
Methyl pentyl ketone
Chromium nitride
Ship's Captain, Ship's Master, and variants
uranyl ammonium carbonate

Question 7: The Captain is responsible for compliance with immigration and customs regulations, maintaining the ship's certificates and documentation, compliance with the vessel's security plan, as mandated by the ________.
International Maritime OrganizationBosnia and HerzegovinaCyprusAzerbaijan

Question 8: The Captain or Master of a ________ is a licensed mariner in ultimate command of the vessel.
ShipTank shipMerchant vesselShip transport

Question 9: The navigating officer on a flagship, however, continued to be known as the master of the fleet until after the ________.
Soviet occupationsCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War IISecond Sino-Japanese War

Question 10: A candidate for an unlimited master's licenses requires several years of seagoing experience as third mate, second mate, and ________.
Chief MateBoatswainAble Seaman (occupation)Captain (nautical)

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