Radio officer

(A)The term “radio officer” on a ship of the United States means, for the purpose of part II of, a person holding at least a first or second class radiotelegraph operator’s license as prescribed and issued by the Commission. When such person is employed to operate a radiotelegraph station aboard a ship of the United States, he is also required to be licensed as a “radio officer” in accordance with. (B)“Radio officer” on a foreign ship means, for the purpose of part II of, a person holding at least a first or second class radiotelegraph operator’s certificate complying with the provisions of the radio regulations annexed to the International Telecommunication Convention in force.

Source

47 USC § 153(41)(A)


Scoping language

For the purposes of this chapter
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