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  1. Who is the RO?
    CDR Leghorn
  2. Who is the PMA?
    LCDR Hicks
  3. Who is the Ships Sup?
    MMC Cederholm
  4. What is the mission of the Repair Department?
    TO PROVIDE QUALITY MAINTENANCE IN ORDER TO IMPROVE THE MATERIAL CONDITION OF TENDED UNITS
  5. Who is the RMC?
    HTCM Vigil
  6. R-0
    Repair Admin (ARRS/MDCO), Ship’s Supervisor (Chief Chase), Photo/Print Shop
  7. - R-1
    Hull Repair, Division Officer (Mr. Dandurand)
  8. R-2
    Mechanical Repair, Division Officer (Lt. Miller)
  9. - R-3
    Electrical/ Electronic Repair, Division Officer (Mr. Hefley)
  10. R-4
    R-4 does not exist on the Emory S Land
  11. R-5
    RADCON, Division Officer (LCDR Heasly, RCO) One of two places that may store radiological material. The other space is 93A, NDT lab in the safe.
  12. R-6
    Divers, Division Officer (Mr. Stevens) Most important life saving equipment is Recompression Chamber. Minimum Dive side for Surface Supplied diving operations is 5, 4 for SCUBA.
  13. R-7
    Planning and Estimating, Division Officer (Mr. Croft)
  14. R-8
    Quality Assurance, Division Officer (Mr. Hoskins, QAO)
  15. - What is Quality Assurance?
    A systematic review of Quality Maintenance records and all production actions which will provide adequate proof and confidence that work performed or material manufactured will perform as designed and that there is documentary evidence to the effect.
  16. - What started the SUBSAFE program?
    On April 10, 1963 a flooding casualty occurred in the engine room of the USS THRESHER (SSN 593). A piping failure in one of the salt water systems was subsequently determined to be the most likely cause for the loss of the ship and all personnel onboard.
  17. -The 3 catastrophic historical events that proved the need for Quality Assurance and its continued development.
    • o USS THRESHER (SSN 593) had a salt water piping casualty in the engine room resulting in losing all personnel and the ship. (10 APR 1963)
    • o –Space Shuttle CHALLENGER exploded killing 7 personnel due to an O-ring failure
    • o –USS IWO JIMA (LPH 2) encountered a major steam leak in the Fire room onboard resulting in the death of (10) watch standers.
  18. - State the fundamental rule of a craftsman?
    Maintain technical specifications at all times.
  19. -Technical Work Document (TWD)
    Documents to provide the Craftsman with clear, concise, technically correct instructions to complete the maintenance task.
  20. Three types of TWDs:
    Maintenance Procedure(MP), Formal Work Package (FWP), Controlled Work Package (CWP).
  21. Formal Work Package (FWP)
    It coordinates a single document; material, initial conditions, procedure, test, inspections, and system restoration of a task. It creates a procedure for a task that has no Maintenance Procedure, i.e. no MRC.
  22. List the elements of an FWP.
    Material, Initial Conditions, Procedures, Test and Inspection, System Restoration
  23. -Controlled Work Package (CWP)
    • Required when higher authority requires OQE to be generated.
    • Examples include: SUBSAFE, Level 1, Nuclear, Weight Testing
  24. -Objective Quality Evidence (OQE):
    • Any statement of fact, either quantitative or qualitative, pertaining to the quality of a product or services based on observations, measurements or test which can be verified. Examples include QA forms 17, 27, 34
    • FWP + OQE = CWP
  25. What is a QA form 1, 2, 3, 9, 17, 27, 34?
    • 1: Material Receipt Inspection Form
    • 2: Controlled Material ID tag (Green)
    • 3: Controlled Material Reject Tag (Red)
    • 9: Maintenance Certification Record/Re-Entry Control (Cover Page)
    • 17: Test and Inspection record
    • 27: Drop Test Record
    • 34: Joint/Component Torque and Assembly Record
  26. What does SOSMIL stand for?
    Safety of Ship Maintenance Item List
  27. What is the SOSMIL?
    List of maintenance that have the potential to impact the ships watertight integrity, damage control capability or which require special attention to ensure ship safety.
  28. The items of concern that are contained in the SOSMIL?
    • • Single closure from sea
    • • MBT Blow removed
    • • BellyBands, hull blanks, cofferdams
    • • Dewatering capability removed
    • • Firefighting capability removed
    • • Bleeding/ charging 02 banks
    • • Weapons handling
    • • EAB System maintenance
    • • Fueling and Duefuling
    • • Diver operations
    • • Pumping or flooding sonar dome
    • Other maintenance or evolutions which require special coordination between ships force and maintenance provider to ensure safe accomplishment of authorized work
  29. - Which Repair division has the capabilities to perform high-pressure welding and brazing, structure welding, carpentry, sheet-metal and flex hose fabrication?
    R-1, HULL REPAIR
  30. -What shop in R-8 can inspect the structural integrity of materials and welded joints with a variety of testing methods?
    93A, NDT
  31. - What shop in R-2 is capable of transporting heavy materials and equipment between tended units as well as within the ESL?
    72A, Riggers
  32. -What Division in Repair is charge of Tool Issue and Mechanical Calibration?
    R-3
  33. -What shop is located behind the Flight Deck?
    38A, Outside Machine Shop
  34. -The Technical Library, 10E; which maintains an extensive collection of system and ship schematics and drawings, is apart of what Division?
    R-7
  35. Name R-0 Repair Administration Divo and shops
    • Division Officer: ITC (SW) Dawson
    • Repair Office/Admin
    • Ship Superintendent
    • 01 A/B ARRS/MDCO
    • 37/39A Photo/Print Shop
  36. name R-1 Hull Repair divo and shops
    • Division Officer LT Dandurand
    • Production Office / Supply
    • 11A Shipfitter Shop
    • 17A Sheetmetal Shop
    • 26A Weld Shop
    • 56A Pipe Shop
    • 57A Lagging Shop
    • 64A Carpenter shop
    • Powder Coat Shop
  37. Name R-2 Mechanical Repair Divo and shops
    • Division Officer: LT Miller
    • Production Office
    • Locksmith
    • Engraving
    • 31A Inside Machine shop
    • 31D/F Valve/Hydraulics Shop
    • 38A Outside Machine Shop
    • 56B A/C & R
    • 72A Riggers
    • 74A Sail Loft
  38. Name R-3 Electrical/Electronic Repair Divo and shops
    • Division Officer: CWO2 Hefley
    • Production Office
    • Calibration Coordinator
    • 51A Motor Rewind
    • 57B Rubber and Plastics
    • 67B Electrical Cal
    • 67H Mast and Antenna
    • 67M/67A 2M Shop
    • 96A Mechanical Cal
    • 06B Tool Issue
    • Training room
  39. What is the R5 shop 38 N?
    Dosimetry
  40. Name R-6 Diving Divo and shop
    • Division Officer: CWO2 Stevens
    • 72B Divisional Offices
  41. name R-7 Planning and Estimating divo and shops
    • Division Officer: LTjg Stockemer
    • 10C Planners
    • 10E Tech Library
  42. Name R-8 Quality Assurance Divo and shops
    • Division Officer: LT Hoskins
    • 93A NDT
    • 93B QA
  43. Function of repair ADMIN
    MAINTAINS INSTRUCTIONS
  44. Function of ARRSMDCO
    TRACKS MAN HOURS
  45. Function of SHIPSUP
    SCREENS REQUESTED JOBS/ LIASON
  46. Function of 37-A
    • PRINT SHOP
    • BIG PRINTING ORDERS
  47. Function of 56-A
    PIPE / FLEX HOSE SHOP
  48. *57-A
    LAG SHOP- TEST FOR ASBESTOS
  49. *17-A
    SHEETMETAL SHOP- LESS THAN 1/8
  50. *11-A
    SHIPFITTER SHOP- 1/8 & ABOVE
  51. *64-A
    CARPENTER SHOP- WOOD, TILE, TERASO, LASER ENGRAVING, (etc…)
  52. *26-A
    WELD SHOP- STEAM/HIGH PRESSURE
  53. *38-A
    OUTSIDE MACHINE SHOP- PUMP/ VALVE REPAIR
  54. HYDRALIC SHOP- POP TEST VALVES/ HYDRALIC REPAIR
    *31-F
  55. *72-A
    RIGGERS LOFT- MOVE ITEMS 100LBS & ABOVE, FABRICATE SLINGS, LIFELINES (etc.)
  56. *74-A
    SAIL LOFT- SEWING/ NAUGAHYDE REPAIR
  57. *56-B
    AC/R- 02/N2 REPAIR, AIR CONDITION & REFRIGERATION
  58. *31-A
    MACHINE SHOP- MANUFACTURE PARTS
  59. *31-D
    VALVE SHOP- REPAIRS VALVES
  60. *06-A
    TOOL ROOM- ISSUES NON-ELECTRICAL TOOLS
  61. *64-E
    KEY LOCK SHOP- SAFES/ LOCKSMITH/ KEYS
  62. *57-B
    RUBBER/ PLASTIC- POWDER COATING, PLUG (WATERTIGHT), FIBERGLASS, SHT (SOUNDTILES), PLEXIGLASS, PLASTISOL
  63. *67-H
    MAST/ ANTENNA REPAIR
  64. *67-B
    ELECTRICAL CA- CALIBRATES ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
  65. *96-A
    MIRCS LAB- CALIBRATES MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
  66. *51-G
    IC GYRO- AUX GYRO/ REPAIR
  67. *67-A
    ELECTRONIC REPAIR- COPIER/ NIFTI’S/RADAR/IFF REPAIRS
  68. *51-A
    MOTOR REWIND- REWINDS MOTORS
  69. *67-F
    CALIBRATES RADIACS
  70. *94-A-
    RADCON CLEAN UP RADIOLOGICAL SPILLS
  71. *10-D
    NUCLEAR PLANNING PLANSJOBS
  72. *72-B
    PROVIDES UNDERWATER SERVICES
  73. *10-C
    • PLANNING & ESTIMATING
    • CWP= CONTROLLED WORK PACKAGE
    • FWP= FORMAL WORK PACKAGE
  74. *10-E
    TECH LIBRARY PUBLICATIONS, PRINTS
  75. *93-A
    • NDT- (NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING)
    • TEST/ INSPECT & X-RAY WELDS
  76. *93-B
    • QA- QAI=INSPECTOR
    • QAS=SUPERVISER
    • QAO=OFFICER
    • AQAO=
  77. Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual 4790.3 (JFMM 4790.3):
    The QA Bible gives guidance and instructions for maintenance procedures and associated QA forms.
  78. *The fundamental rule for all maintenance (the Craftsman)
    is that technical specifications must be met at all times.
  79. QA Craftsman 301:
    Basic Qualification
  80. Written instructions for use in production and repair, delineating all the essential elements and guidance necessary to produce acceptable and reliable products.
    Formal Work Package:
  81. The records that provide the OQE necessary to certify that the completed maintenance was authorized, required tests were completed, and work was certified. This consists of the FWP and OQE.
    Controlled Work Package:
  82. Provides a high level of confidence in the material condition of the hull integrity boundary and in the ability of submarines to recover from flooding and control surface casualties (bow, stern plane, rudder). It applies to all submarine classes.
    SubSafe:
  83. Safety Of Ship Maintenance Item List. Comprised of (17) evolutions that have significant potential to impact the ship’s watertight integrity, damage control capability or which require special attention to ensure ship safety (normally for submarines).
    SOSMIL:
  84. A systematic review of Quality Maintenance records and all production actions which will provide adequate proof and confidence that work performed or material manufactured will perform as designed and that there is documentary evidence to this effect.
    Quality Assurance:
  85. Any statement of fact, either quantitative or qualitative, pertaining to the quality of a product or service based on observations, measurements, or tests, which can be verified.
    Objective Quality Evidence (OQE):
  86. Multi-Purpose Aircraft Carrier/Nuclear Multi-purpose Aircraft Carrier the centerpieces of the Navy’s offensive and defensive strategy, carriers support and operate aircraft that engage in attacks on airborne, and ashore targets which threaten our use of the sea. These vessels also engage in sustained operations in support of other forces.
    CV/CVN
  87. Guided Missile Cruiser Multi-mission surface combatants with extensive warfare capability support battle groups and amphibious forces. Also serve as flagship of surface action groups and can operate independently. Extensive war fighting capability.
    CG:
  88. Destroyer support battle, surface action, amphibious and replenishment groups.
    DD
  89. Guided Missiles Destroyer support battle, surface action, amphibious and replenishment groups. Used for anti-submarine warfare while guide-missile destroyers are multi-mission surface combatants.
    DDG
  90. Guided Missile Frigate Anti-submarine warfare combatants protect shipping lanes for amphibious expeditionary forces, as well as underway replenishment groups and merchant convoys.
    FFG
  91. Fleet Oilers operate as a unit of an underway replenishment group. Replenishes petroleum products and ordnance to the fleet at sea during underway replenishments.
    TAO
  92. Ammunition ships keep the fleet supplied with ammunition and ordnance, independently or with other combat logistic.
    TAE
  93. Fast Combat Support Ship redistributes petroleum products, ammunition and stores from shuttle ships to carrier battle groups through connected and vertical replenishment.
    AOE
  94. Fleet Ocean Tug hauls barges and ships on the ocean.
    ATF
  95. Salvage Ship provide rapid firefighting, dewatering, battle damage repair, and rescue towing assistance to save battle-damaged combatant ships or high threat areas from loss or damage; tow them to repair ships or bases located in safe areas.
    ARS
  96. Amphibious Command Ship provides amphibious command control in major amphibious operations.
    LCC:
  97. Amphibious Assault Ship, general purpose transport and land assault forces ashore by use of Landing Craft Air Cushion, conventional landing craft, and helicopters.
    LHA
  98. Amphibious Assault Ship, Multi-Purpose mission is for simultaneous helicopter and landing craft operations.
    LHD
  99. Amphibious Assault Ship, Helicopter mission is to transport troops and equipment for helicopter delivery. May also participate in ASW operations and airborne minesweeping when not involve in amphibious operations using RH-53/MH-53 minesweeping helicopters.
    LPH
  100. Amphibious Transport Dock Ship transports and lands troops and their essential equipment and supplies by means of landing craft, amphibious vehicles and helicopter. Can function as a primary Control Ship for waterborne crafts.
    LPD
  101. Dock Landing Ship supports amphibious operations on a hostile shore via Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC), conventional landing craft and helicopters.
    LSD
  102. Tank Landing Ship, transports amphibious vehicles, tanks, combat vehicles and equipment in amphibious assaults.
    LST
  103. Coastal Mine Countermeasures Ship, mission is hunting, sweeping and countermeasures. Capable of sweeping mines down to 180 meters. Deployable by Heavy Lift Ship.
    MCM
  104. Coastal Mine hunter Ospery - Class (MHC) ships are mine hunter-killers capable of finding, classifying and destroying moored and bottom mines.
    MHC
  105. Patrol Coastal provides coastal protection and interdiction. Also provides Naval Special Warfare Support, including long-range SEAL insertion/extraction and tactical swimmer operations.
    PC
  106. Nuclear Fast Attack Submarine - primary mission is to destroy enemy forces alone or in battle group operations, to lay mines off enemy ports, provide covert intelligence, support special operations and conduct cruise missile strikes on targets ashore.
    SSN
  107. Ballistic Missile Submarine - deterrence of war has been the sole mission and fundamentals reason.
    SSBN
  108. Guided missle submarine- Land attack and special operations support.
    SSGN
  109. What 2 repair shops are on the 02 level
    • 72 RIGGERS LOFT R2
    • 06B PORTABLE ELECTRICAL TOOL ISSUE R3
  110. What 6 repair shops are on the 01 level
    • 51G IC/GYRO R3
    • 57B RUBBER & PLASTICS/SONAR REPAIR R3
    • 67A ELECTRONIC REPAIR SHOP R3
    • 67H,G SONAR, MAST & ANTENNA REPAIR R3
    • 67M MICRO MIN REPAIR R3
    • 72A SAIL LOFT R2
  111. What 12 repair shops are on the 1st deck
    • 17A SHEET METAL R1
    • 31D VALVE SHOP R2
    • 31F HYDRAULICS SHOP 1 R2
    • 38A OUTSIDE MACHINE SHOP R2
    • 56A PIPE/HOSE SHOP R1
    • 57A LAGGING SHOP R1
    • 64A CARPENTER SHOP R1
    • 67B ELECTRICAL CALIBRATION R3
    • 72B DIVERS R6
    • 93A NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING R8
    • 96A MECHANICAL CALIBRATION R3
    • POWDER COATING SHOP R3
  112. What 9 repair shops are on the second deck
    • 01A/B ARRS/MDCO R0
    • 10A REPAIR ADMIN R0
    • 10D NUC PLANNING R5
    • 31A INSIDE MACHINE SHOP /TOOL ISSUE 2 R2
    • 37A PRINT SHOP R0
    • 39A PHOTO LAB R0
    • 51A MOTOR REWIND R3
    • 64A LOCKSMITH R2
    • 92A SOUND ANALYSIS R3
  113. What 9 repair shops are on the third deck
    • 10C NON-NUCLEAR PLANNING R7
    • 10E TECH LIBRARY R7
    • 11A SHIP FITTERS R1
    • 26A/B WELD SHOP R1
    • 38N MECHANICAL REPAIR NUC R5
    • 56B AC/R SHOP R2
    • 67F RAD CAL R5
    • 93B QUALITY ASSURANCE R8
    • 94A RADCON R5

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