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e-CFR Data is current as of October 22, 2014

Title 46Chapter ISubchapter BPart 10


TITLE 46—Shipping

CHAPTER I—COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

SUBCHAPTER B—MERCHANT MARINE OFFICERS AND SEAMEN

PART 10—MERCHANT MARINER CREDENTIAL

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§10.101
Purpose.
§10.103
Incorporation by reference.
§10.105
Paperwork approval. [Reserved]
§10.107
Definitions in subchapter B.
§10.109
Classification of endorsements.
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Subpart B—GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL MERCHANT MARINER CREDENTIALS

§10.201
General characteristics of the merchant mariner credential.
§10.203
Requirement to hold a TWIC and a merchant mariner credential.
§10.205
Validity of a merchant mariner credential.
§10.207
Identification number.
§10.209
General application procedures.
§10.211
Criminal record review.
§10.213
National Driver Register.
§10.214
Security Check.
§10.217
Merchant mariner credential application and examination locations.
§10.219
Fees.
§10.221
Citizenship.
§10.223
Modification or removal of limitations or scope.
§10.225
Requirements for original merchant mariner credentials.
§10.227
Requirements for renewal.
§10.229
Replacement of lost merchant mariner credentials.
§10.231
Requirements for raises of grade or new endorsements.
§10.232
Sea service.
§10.233
Obligations of the holder of a merchant mariner credential.
§10.235
Suspension or revocation of merchant mariner credentials.
§10.237
Right of appeal.
§10.239
Quick reference table for MMC requirements.
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Subpart C—MEDICAL CERTIFICATION

§10.301
General requirements.
§10.302
Medical and physical requirements.
§10.303
Medical waivers, limitations, and restrictions.
§10.304
General medical exam.
§10.305
Vision requirements.
§10.306
Hearing requirements.
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Subpart D—TRAINING COURSES AND PROGRAMS

§10.401
Applicability.
§10.402
Approval of training courses.
§10.403
General standards.
§10.404
Substitution of training for required service, use of training-record books (TRBs), and use of towing officer assessment records (TOARs).
§10.405
Qualification as qualified assessor (QA) and designated examiner (DE).
§10.406
Approved courses.
§10.407
Approval of training programs.
§10.408
Coast Guard-accepted training other than approved courses and programs.
§10.409
Coast Guard-accepted Quality Standard System (QSS) organizations.
§10.410
Quality Standard System (QSS) requirements.
§10.411
Simulator performance standards.
§10.412
Distance and e-learning.


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