Monday, June 25, 2012

Sorry for the Radio Silence

Apologies again for the last several weeks of no posts. I had today's blog post all sketched out, but then a situation came up and I don't think I'll be able to actually write it today. I'm currently helping a family member through an ongoing crisis, and it's soaking up a lot of my posting time. Hopefully I'll be able to get back on track soon.

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  2. Radio silence is lifted. Mayday Relay. A message sent by a vessel, not itself in distress, passing on the distress information. this is able to be done if the distress vessel couldn't transmit the mayday or has indicated its distress with flares or another internationally recognized distress call . A relay could be used if a mayday was heard which didn't seem to be acknowledged by the Coastguard or the other vessel which could be ready to assist. this is often unlikely in an coastal area under normal circumstances. The casualty could have a drag which drastically reduces the range of their transmissions or be during a location which may be a radio 'blind spot'. If anyone wants Programming assignment help for college kids then don't go here and there you've got simply contact our Cheap Essay Writing Service expert team it's important that the separate identity of the casualty vessel and therefore the vessel sending the relay are made clear.

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