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1st Method 24 The commander-in-chief 2d Method 30 3 points centre and rear centre division close order cloth column of vessels commander-in-chief makes signal commander-in-chief signals compass signal distinguishing pennant division E division N.E. division or squadron-from Division-from Divisional commanders signal double echelon echelon of squadrons echelon of vessels Flag-ship of rear Flag-ship of van Flag-ships of centre Flag-ships of divisions fleet into column form column form in open Form the fleet formed into columns full speed Head of division heading N hoists the position knots leading vessel left centre vessel line of bearing natural order open order order of battle order reversed original direction points E. N. E. points N. E. position pennant preserving the original proper distance rear divisions signal resume their speed right of divisions right or left right vessel slow to steerage-way squadron or vessel steer N.E. triple column van division vessel steam vessels abreast wake
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