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TABLE FIVE–Continued

Masthead After mast

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Vessel N other its "..." ships ength horizona eSSé O. and g 4. allood season * *:::::: o, on. *

3.25 ' sec. 3(a) To USS STOUT DDG 55 X X X 19.6 USS JOHN S. MCCAIN DDG 56 X X X 19.6 USS MITSCHER DDG 57 X X X 20.7 USS LABOON DDG 58 X X X 19.6 USS RUSSELL DDG 59 X X X 20.6 USS PAUL HAMILTON DDG 60 X X X 20.4 USS RAMAGE DDG 61 X X X 20 USS FITZGERALD DDG 62 X X X 20.4 USS STETHEM DDG 63 X X X 20 USS CARNEY DDG 64 X X X 19.7 USS BENFOLD DDG 65 X X X 20.4 USS GONZALES DDG 66 X X X 20.4 USS COLE DDG 67 X X X 20.4 USS THE SULLIVANS DDG 68 X X X 20.5 USS MILIUS DDG 69 X X X 20.4 USS HOPPER DDG 70 X X X 20.4 USS ROSS DDG 71 X X X 20.6 USS MAHAN DDG 72 X X X 13.9 USS DECATUR DDG 73 X X X 14.0 USS MCFAUL DDG 74 X X X 13.9 USS DONALD COOK DDG 75 X X X 14.0 USS CALLAGHAN DDG 994 X X X 44.6 USS SCOTT DDG 995 X X X 44.6 USS CHANDLER DDG 996 X X X 44.6 USS ELK RIVER IX 501 .................... X 18.4 USS BLUE RIDGE LCC 19 N/A N/A X 84 USS MOUNT WHITNEY LCC 20 .................... X 84 USS TARAWA LHA 1 .................... X X 13 USS SAIPAN LHA 2 .................... X X 10.2 USS BELLEAU WOOD LHA 3 .................... X X 13 USS NASSAU LHA 4 .................... X X 13 USS PELELIU LHA 5 .................... X X 13 USS WASP LHD 1 .................... X X 41 USS ESSEX LHD 2 .................... X X 39 USS KEARSARGE LHD 3 .................... X X 39.5 USS BOXER LHD 4 .................... X X 39.3 USS BATAAN LHD 5 .................... X X 39.7 USS BONHOMME RICHARD .................................. LHD 6 .................... X X 39.8 USS AUSTIN LPD 4 .................... X 37 USS OGDEN LPD 5 .................... X 51 USS DULUTH LPD 6 .................... X 50 USS CLEVELAND LPD 7 .................... X 49 USS DUBUOUE LPD 8 .................... X 57 USS DENVER LPD 9 N/A N/A X 54.7 USS JUNEAU LPD 10 .................... X 49 USS SHREVEPORT LPD 12 .................... X 49 USS NASHVILLE LPD 13 .................... X 48 USS TRENTON LPD 14 .................... X 41 USS PONCE LPD 15 .................... X 55 USS GUADALCANAL LPH 7 .................... X X 11 USS GUAM LPH 9 .................... X X 11 USS TRIPOLI LPH 10 .................... X X 12 USS NEW ORLEANS LPH 11 .................... X X 10 USS INCHON LPH 12 .................... X X 11 USS ALAMO LSD 33 .................... X 47 USS HERMITAGE LSD 34 .................... X 55 USS ANCHORAGE LSD 36 .................... X 46 USS PORTLAND LSD 37 .................... X 46 USS PENSACOLA LSD 38 .................... X 46 USS MOUNT VERNON LSD 39 .................... X 46 USS FORT FISHER LSD 40 .................... X 46 USS WHIDBEY ISLAND LSD 41 .................... X 65 USS GERMANTOWN LSD 42 .................... X 65 USS FORT MCHENRY LSD 43 .................... X 64 USS GUNSTON HALL LSD 44 .................... X 64 TABLE FIVE-Continued Masthead After mastions not j head on cos on ..."; "...:” siz Vessel No. and § o aft § forward separation structions. § annex masthead attained annex I, s' sec 3(a) light. annex sec. 2(f) y -> l, Sec. 3(a) USS COMSTOCK LSD 46 .................... X 64 USS TORTUGA LSD 46 .................... X 64 USS RUSHMORE LSD 47 .................... X 64 USS ASHLAND LSD 48 .................... X 64.1 USS HARPERS FERRY LSD 49 .................... X 63.9 USS CARTER HALL LSD 50 .................... X 63.9 USS OAK HILL LSD 51 .................... X 63.9 USS PEARL HARBOR LSD 52 .................... X 63.9 USS FREDERICK LST 1184 .................... X 90 USS CAYUGA LST 1186 .................... X 89 USS SAGINAW LST 1188 .................... X 86 USS SAN BERNARDINO LST 1189 .................... X 89 USS SPARTANBURG COUNTY ............................. LST 1192 .................... X 88 USS FAIRFAX COUNTY LST 1193 .................... X 90 USS LA MOURE COUNTY LST 1194 .................... X 88 USS HARLAN COUNTY LST 1196 .................... X 89 USS BARNSTABLE COUNTY................................. LST 1197 .................... X 88 USS BRISTOL COUNTY LST 1198 .................... X 90 USS AVENGER MCM 1 .................... X 63 USS DEFENDER MCM 2 .................... X 62 USS SENTRY MCM 3 .................... X 62 USS CHAMPION MCM 4 .................... X 64 USS GUARDIAN MCM 5 .................... X 63 USS DEVASTATOR MCM 6 .................... X 64 USS PATRIOT MCM 7 .................... X 64 USS SCOUT MCM 8 .................... X 64 USS PIONEER MCM 9 .................... 64 USS WARRIOR MCM 10 .................... X 64 USS GLADIATOR MCM 11 .................... X 64 USS ARDENT MCM 12 .................... X 64 USS DEXTROUS MCM 13 .................... X 64 USS CHIEF MCM 14 .................... X 64 USNS KILAUEA T-AE 26 .................... X 94.1

[42 FR 36434, July 14, 1977]

EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER citations affecting $706.2, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids Section of this volume.

§706.3 Exemptions by the Secretary of the Navy under Executive Order 11964.

The Secretary of the Navy hereby exempts, in accordance with Rule 38 of the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1972, the vessels and classes of vessels listed in this Section, from full Compliance with the Regulations, where an exemption is allowed by, and for the periods specified in, Rule 38. The Secretary of the Navy further finds that the vessels and classes of vessels listed have had their keels laid or are in corresponding stages of construction before July 15, 1977, and that such vessels and classes of vessels comply with the requirements of the

International Regulations for Prevent-
ing Collisions at Sea, 1960.
TABLE ONE

[The o vessels and classes of vessels, less than 150 meters in length, are permanently exempted pursuant to rule 38(d)(i) from repositioning of masthead lights resulting from the prescriptions of Annex I, section 3(a)]

Vessel or class

USNS HAYES (T-AG-195)
USNS RANGE SENTINEL (T-AGM-22)
T-AGOR 3 Class

T-AGS 26 Class

T-AGS 33 Class

T-AOG 77 Class
USNS ALBERT J. MYER (T-ARC 6)
T-ATF 166 Class

ARS 6 Class

ARS 38 Class

ASR 7 Class

ASR 21 Class

ATF 148 Class

ATS 1 Class

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SUBCHAPTER C–PERSONNEL

PART 716–DEATH GRATUITY

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Under title 10 U.S.C., section 1475, the Secretary of the Navy shall have a death gratuity paid innediately upon Official notification of the death of a member of the naval Service who dies while On active duty, active duty for training, Or inactive duty training. The death gratuity shall equal Six months’ basic pay (plus special, incentive, and proficiency pay) at the rate to which the deceased member was entitled On the date of his death but shall not be less than $800 nor more than $3,000. A kind of special pay included is the 25% increase in pay to which a member Serving on a naval vessel in foreign waters is entitled under 10 U.S.C. 5540 when retained beyond expiration of enlistment because such retention was essential to the public interest.

$716.2 Definitions.

For the purposes of this part, terms are defined as follows: (a) Member of the naval service. This term includes: (1) A person appointed, enlisted, or inducted into the Regular Navy, Regular Marine Corps, Naval Reserve or Marine Corps Reserve, and includes a midshipman at the United States Naval Academy; (2) Enlisted members of the Fleet Reserve and Fleet Marine Corps Reserve and retired members; (3) A member of the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps when ordered to annual training duty for 14 days or more, and while performing authorized travel to and from that duty; and (4) Any person while en route to or from, or at a place for final acceptance for entry upon active duty in the naval Service who has been Ordered or directed to go to that place, and who has been provisionally accepted for Such duty. (b) Active duty. This term is defined as (1) full-time duty performed by a member of the naval Service, Other than active duty for training, or (2) as a midshipman at the United States Naval Academy, and (3) authorized travel to Or from Such duty or Service. (c) Active duty for training. Such term II lea,IlS. (1) Full-time duty performed by a member of a Reserve Component of the naval Service for training purposes; (2) Annual training duty performed for a period of 14 days or more by a member of the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps; and (3) Authorized travel to or from Such duty. (d) Inactive-duty training. Such term is defined as any of the training, inStruction, appropriate duties, or equivalent training, instruction, duty, appropriate duties, or hazardous duty performed with or without compensation by a member of a Reserve component prescribed by the Secretary of the Navy pursuant to Sections 206, 309, and

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