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  1. ABT
    AUTOMATIC BUSS TRANSFER
  2. ACE
    AIR COMBAT ELEMENT
  3. ADU
    AIR DEFENSE UNIT
  4. AEL
    ALLOWANCE EQUIPAGE LISTING
  5. AGM
  6. AH
    HELO ELEMENT COORDINATOR
  7. AM/AZ
    AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE COMMANDER
  8. AL
    LINK COORDINATOR
  9. AMRAAM
    AIM-120 AMRAAM (Adv. Med. Range Air-to-Air Missile)
  10. AN
    SCREEN COORDINATOR
  11. AOA
    AMPHIBIOUS OBJECTIVE AREA
  12. AP/AK
    STRIKE WARFARE COMMANDER CALL SIGN
  13. APL
    ALLOWANCE PAREKS LIST
  14. AQ/AE
    C2 WARFARE COMMANDER
  15. ARG
    AMPHIBIOUS READY GROUP
  16. AS/AT
    SURFACE WARFARE COMMANDER CALL SIGN
  17. ASROC
    ANTI SUBMARINE ROCKET

    CG,DDG,FFG,ASW WEP. AN ACOUSTIC HOMING TORPEDO, THE WATER ENTRY ACTIVATES TORPEDO WHICH IS GUIDED BY ITS OWN SONAR SYS.
  18. ATFP
    ANTI TERRORISM FORCE PROTECTION
  19. AVCAL
    AVIATION CONSOLIDATED ALLOWANCE LISTING.
  20. AW/AC
    AIR DEFENSE COMMANDER CALL SIGN
  21. AWR
    AUTOMATED WORK REQUEST

    (ENGINEERING WORK ORDER REQUEST)
  22. AX/AY
    UNDERSEA WARFARE COMMANDER CALL SIGN
  23. AZ
    AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE COMMANDER CALL SIGN
  24. BLISS
    BOUNDARY LAYERD INFRARED SURPRESSION SYSTEM

    (COOLS EXHAUST TO HIDE HEAT SIGNATURE FROM HEAT SEEKING MISSILES)
  25. CAP
    COMBAT AIR PATROL
  26. CATF
    • COMMANDER, AMPHIB TASK FORCE (ESG-2)
    • (ONCE PLANNING OF AMPHIB OPS IS COMPLETE, AND LFs AND ARE EMBARKED ON AMPHIB SHIPPING, WHO IS OVERALL RESPONSIBLE FOR ATF AND OPERATION?  CATF)
  27. CCA
    CRAFT COLLECTION AREA

    • (AREA THAT CRAFT MEET ONCE THEY ARE RELEASED FROM WELL DECKS)
    •  
  28. CCOL
    COMPARTMENT CHECK-OFF LIST
  29. CCP
    CRAFT CONTROL POINT

    (WAVE POINT TO OBJECTIVE)
  30. CCR
    CARRIER CONTROL APPROACH

    (AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER TALKS AIRCRAFT DOWN TO THE SHIP, GIVES GLIDE SLOPE VECTOR AND BEARING)
  31. CE
    COMBAT ELEMENT
  32. CEC
    COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT CAPABILITY

    (WORKS LIKE A LINK, SIMPLY A RADAR TRACKING SYS FOR AIR CONTACTS; USES 49/48 AND UPX 29.   LOCATED FAR CONSOLE OF TRACKER ALLEY.)
  33. CHT
    COLLECTION HOLDING TRANSFER
  34. CIEA
    CLASSIFICATION INDENTIFICATION ENGAGMENT AREA
  35. CLA
    CRAFT LANDING AREA

    (AREA WHERE LCACS CONGREGATE ONCE THEY)
  36. CLF
    COMMANDER'S LANDING FORCE
  37. CLZ
    CRAFT LANDING ZONE
  38. CMWD
    COUNTER MEASURE WATER WASHDOWN
  39. COD
    CARRIER ONBOARD DELIVERY
  40. COSAL
    COORDINATED SHIPBOARD ALLOWANCE LISTING

    (SHIPBOARD SUPPLY INVENTORY d-base LISTING ON WHAT'S AVAILABLE IN THE STOCK SYS A-Z.)
  41. CPP
    CRAFT PENATRATION POINT

    (WHEN LANDING CRAFT MAKES LANDING ON BEACH.)
  42. CRP
    CONTROLLED REVERSEABLE PITCH
  43. CSMP
    CONSOLIDATED SHIP MAINTENANCE PLAN
  44. CSOSS
    COMBAT SYSTEMS OPERATIONAL SQUENCING SYSTEM
  45. CWC
    COMPOSITE WARFARE CONCEPT

    (ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE ESTABLISHED WITH CMC AS THE CENTRAL AURHORITY AND 5 SUB WARFARE COMMANDERS.)
  46. D DAY
    DAY OF ASSAULT
  47. DCRS
    DAMAGE CONTROL REPAIR STATION
  48. DFAS
    DEFENSE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE
  49. DFT
    DERATING FEED TANK
  50. DICASS
    DIRECTIONAL COMMAND ACTIVE SONOBOUY SYSTEM

    (REFERRED: TO AS CADILLAC.  ACTIVE  dipping sonar from sh60, ship via veritcal line acoustic device)
  51. DIFAR
    DIRECTION FINDING ACOUSTIC RECEIVER

    (PASSIVE ONLY.  ACTIVE  dipping sonar from sh60, ship via veritcal line acoustic device)
  52. DIMS
    DAILY INTENTIONS MESSAGE
  53. DJMS
    DEFENSE JOINT MILITARY PAY SYSTEM
  54. DLR
    DEPOT LEVEL REPAIRABLE
  55. DRAW
    DEMONSTRATION, RAID, ASSAULT, WITHDRAW

    (Types of amphibious operations)
  56. DRMO
    DEFENSE REUTLIZATION AND MARKETING OFFICE
  57. DRRS-N
    DEFENSE READINESS REPORTING SYSTEM - NAVY

    (PROGRAM THAT REPORTS SHIP'S READINESS STATUS; OUTLINES REDLINE ISSUES TO HIGHER HEADQUARTERS AWARENESS.)
  58. DTE
    DETECT TO ENGAGE

    SLQ 32 ELECTRONIC JAMMER 300NM; 49/48 radars 256/220NM; TAS 110NM, NATO 9NM, RAM 5NM, CIWS, 1 NM, Chaff/Jamming)
  59. EDVR
    ENLISTED DISTRIBUTION VERIFICATION REPORT
  60. EGL
    EQUIPMENT GUIDE LIST
  61. ELOP
    • ELEECTICIAL LUBE OIL PUMP 
    •  
  62. EMCON
    EMISSION CONTROL
  63. EMIR
    ENLISTED MANNING INQUIRY REPORT
  64. EMRM
    EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE RELATED MATERIAL
  65. EOSS
    ENGINEERING OPERATING SEQUENCING SYSTEM
  66. ERB
    ENLISTED RENTION BOARD
  67. ERGM
    EXTENDED RANGE GUIDED MUNITION MISSILE
  68. ESG
    EXPEDITIONARY STRIKE GROUP

    (CONSISTS OF ARG 1 LHD/LHA, 1 LPD/LSD, 1 MEU, ESG 2 CG OR DDG, 1 FFG OR SSN)
  69. ESSM
    ENHANCED/EVOLVED SEA SPARROW MISSILE

    (The ESSM takes the existing guidance section from the RIM-7P and fits it to an entirely new rear-section. The new missile is 10 inches in diameter instead of the previous 8 inches, which allows for a much more powerful motor. It also eliminates the mid-mounted wings entirely, replacing them with long fins similar to those on the Standard missile (and practically every other Navy missile since the 1950s) and moves guidance control to the rear fins. The tail-fin based steering of the ESSM uses up more energy but offers considerably higher maneuverability while the engine is still firing.)
  70. FADIZ
    FIGHTER AIR DEFENSE INDENTIFICATION ZONE
  71. FBR
    FEED BACK REPORT

    (ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGE REQUEST TO AN MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENT CARD.)
  72. FEZ
    FIGHTER ENGAGEMENT ZONE

    (FIGHTERS EFFECTIVE COMBAT RANGE)
  73. FISC
    FLEET INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CENTER

    (MAIN PARTS DISTRO CENTER)
  74. FLIR
    • FORWARD LOOKING INFRARED RADAR
    •  
    • (The SH-60B/F Sea Hawk has a Forward Looking InfraRed (FLIR) turret mounted in the nose. The fleet's anti-submarine screen has to be able to operate day and night in all weathers and the FLIR makes this possible)
  75. FOM
    FIGURE OF MERIT

    (WRN-6, MILITARY GPS.)
  76. FSA
    • FIRE SUPPORT AREA
    •  
    • (PROVIDE SUPPORT TO LANDING CRAFT FROM RESISTANCE FROM EMEMY  SOFTENS TARGET)
  77. FSM
    • FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT
    •  
    • (COMPUTER PROGRAM USED TO KEEP TRACK OF ALL FOOD SERVICE RECORDS)
  78. GCE
    GROUND COMBAT ELEMENT

    (OVER 1,200 GROUND FORCES)
  79. GREEN GROWN
    HAS RESPONSIBILITIES AS ESCORTING, IFF CHECKS,

    (RESPONSLE FOR ID ALL AIR CONTACTS)
  80. GTE
    • GAS TURBINE ENGINE
    •  
    • (LM 2500 TURBINE)
  81. GTM
    GAS TURBINE MODULE
  82. H HOUR
    1ST BOAT LANDS ON THE BEACH
  83. HARM
    HIGH SPEED ANTI-RADAR MISSILE
  84. HERO
    HAZARDS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION TO ORDINANCE

    (CERTAIN CONDITIONS AND FREQUENCY RANGES MAY INDUCE RF ENERGY AND SET OFF ORDANCE)
  85. HPAC
    HIGH PRESSURE AIR COMPRESSOR

    (USED TO START DIESELS, AIR CRAFT ELEVATORS, AND SCBA  3,000 PSI.  2 HPS)
  86. HS
    HELO ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE SQUADRON
  87. HSC
    HELO SEA COMBAT SQUADRON
  88. HSL
    HELO LIGHT ANTI-SUBMARINE SQUADRON
  89. HSM
    HELO MARITIME STRIKE SQUADRON
  90. ICBM
    INTER CONTINENTIAL BALLISTIC MISSILE

    (LAUNCHED FROM LAND BASED SILOS)
  91. IDLH
    IMMEDIATE DANGER TO LIFE AND HEALTH

    (ANY SPACE THAT CONTAINS HAZARDOUS)
  92. IET
    INFORMATION EXPLIOTATION TEAM
  93. JDAM
    JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION
  94. JEZ
    JOINT ENGAGEMENT ZONE

    (FIGHTERS AND SHIPS WORKING TOGETHER MUST HAVE GOOD COMMS AND POSITIVE MODE 2 AND 4 IFF MODE CHECKS (PARROT INDIA)
  95. JIC
    JOINT INTELLIGENCE CENTER

    (PROVIDES TIMELY INDICATIONS AND WARNING ON ALL POTENTIAL THREATS, SUPPORT AMPHIB OPS, COORDINATE ANTITERRORISM THREAT ASSESSMENTS, MANAGE INTELL/CRYTO COLLECTION AND PRODUCTION, MANAGE AND DISSEMINATE INTEL INFO, AND CONDUCT INTELL REPORTING)
  96. JSN
    JOB SEQUENCE NUMBER
  97. JSOW
    JOINT STAND OFF WEAPON
  98. JTAA
    • JOINT ACTION AREA
    •  
    • (SUBS, SURFACE, AIR, ETC.)
  99. JTIDS
    JOINT TACTICAL INFORMATION DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
  100. L HOUR
    1ST HELO LANDS
  101. LAMPS
    LIGHT AIRBOURNE MULTIPURPOSE SYSTEM

    (APS-124 (SURFACE SEARCH RADAR), ALQ-142 (ELECTRONIC SUR), HELL FIRE MISSILES, GAU-16 (GATLIN GUN), M-240, mk-46 (torps), sqr-4 (HAWKLINK), FLIR (NIGHT VISION CAMERA) MAD (MAGNETIC ANALOMONY DETECTOR).  ANTI SUBMARINE WARFARE CAPABILITY OF FINDING, TRACKING, AND KILLING.)
  102. LCAC
    Landing Craft Air Cushion
  103. LCE
    LOGISTICS COMBAT ELEMENT

    (300 MARINES; CONTAINS LOGITICS SPECILISTS AND EQUIPMENT NECESSARY FOR THE UNIT TO SUPPORT ITS SELF FOR 15 DAYS)
  104. LCS
    LITTORICAL COMBAT SHIP
  105. LCU
    LANDING CRAFT UTILITY
  106. LOD
    LINE OF DEPARTURE

    (CRAFT LEAVING SAFE ZONE)
  107. LOEP
    LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES
  108. LOGREP
    LOGISTICS REPLY
  109. LOGREQ
    LOGISTICS REQUEST

    (48 hours prior; contains size of crew, tugs needed.)
  110. LOP
    LINE OF POSITION

    (USED FOR FIXES AND TAKING BEARINGS)
  111. LPAC
    LOW PRESSURE AIR COMPRESSOR

    (125 PSI, CLOSE AT 85 PSI, 8 TOTAL ONBOARD.)
  112. LVP
    LOW VOLTAGE PROTECTION

    (AFTER POWER FAILURE, EQUIPMENT WILL NOT AUTOMATICALLY START, BREAK MUST BE SET.  EXAMPLE:  FIRE PUMPS AND VENTILATION.)
  113. LVR
    LOW VOLTAGE RELEASE

    (POWER IS AUTOMATICALLY STORED WHEN POWER IS RETURNED)
  114. MAD
    MADNEGTIC ANOMALY DETECTION

    (LIKE A WIRE, DRAGS OUT OF HELO TO DETECT SUB, DETECTS METAL IN THE WATER THAT WILL GIVE OFF MAGNETIC SIG)
  115. MAGTF
    MARITIME AIR GROUP TASK FORCE

    (UNITS ORGANIZED FOR RAPID DEPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYMENT)
  116. MAM
    MAINTENANCE ASSIST MODULE

    (COMPONTENTS USED TO TROUBLESHOOT SAME COMPENTENT.)
  117. MBT
    MANUAL BUSS TRANSFER

    (OPENING BREAKER WHEN YOU LOSE POWER)
  118. MEB
    MARINE EXPEDITIONARY BRIGADE
  119. MEF
    MARINE EXPEDITIONARY FORCE

    (Largest of marine units.  60 days sustainment, 30K-60K personnel.  Headed by)
  120. MEU
    MARINE EXPEDITIONARY UNIT

    (smallest of marine units.  15 days sustainment.  1800-4K personnel,)
  121. MEZ
    MISSILE ENGAGEMENT ZONE

    (TYPICALLY 80 NM OR SHIP'S EFFECTIVE RANGE)
  122. MICM
    MAGNETIC INFLUENCE COUNTER MEASURE

    (MH-60S helicopter's do mine counter measures)
  123. MIO
    MARITIME INTERDICTION OPERATIONS
  124. MIP
    MAINTENANCE INDEX PAGE
  125. MOOTW
    MILITARY OPERATIONS OTHERS THEN WAR
  126. MOPP
    MISSION ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE

    (MOPP 1= MASK, SUITS ISSUED.  MOPP 2 = CARRY MASK/  MOPP 3- MASK IN CARRIER W/CANISTER SUITS DONNED AND BATTLE DRESS.  MOPP 4= ALL GEAR ON.)
  127. MOV
    material obligation validation

    (REPORT THAT STOCK CONTROL THAT HIGHLIGHTS EVERYTHING THAT IS ORDER.  Reviewed monthly by divisions to ensure items are still needed.   Money saving)
  128. MOVREP
    MOVEMENT VERIFICATION REPORT

    (PRIMARY SOURCE OF LOCATOR INFO FOR SHIPS…SUBMIT BY GATOR 24-48 HOURS PRIOR TO GETTING UNDERWAY…..4 HOURS OR 100 MILES FROM PIM)
  129. MRC
    MAITENANCE REQUIREMENT CARD
  130. MSDS
    MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
  131. N00/N01
  132. N1
    PERSONNEL/MANPOWER
  133. N2
    Intelligence
  134. N3/N5
    Plans, Policy and Ops
  135. N4
    Logisitics
  136. N6/N7
    Warfare requirements
  137. N8
    RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS/ASSESSMENTS
  138. NALC
    NAVAL AMMO LOGITICS CODE

    (is a four-digit code assigned by Ships Parts Control Center (SPCC). It identifies Navy-unique items of ordnance. )
  139. NEO
    NON-COMBAT EVACUATION OPERATIONS
  140. NEW DAY
    NEW DAY PIS IN ZULU TIME AND THIS ALLOWS ALL SHIPS TO ROTATE CRYTO AND ALL SIGNS ALL AT THE SAME TIME
  141. NGFS
    NAVAL GUN FIRE SUPPORT

    (is the use of naval artillery to provide fire support for amphibious assault and other troops)
  142. NIXIE
    AN/SLQ-25 NIXIE

    (is a passive, electro-acoustic decoy system used to provide deceptive countermeasures against acoustic homing torpedoes. The AN/SLQ-25A employs an underwater acoustic projector housed in a streamlined body which is towed astern on a combination tow/signal-transfer coaxial cable. An onboard generated signal is used by the towed body to produce an acoustic signal to decoy the hostile torpedo away from the ship)
  143. NORS/ANORS
    NOT OPERATIONALLY READY SUPPLY

    (REQUESTS SUBMITTED FOR A CASREP REQUIREMENT)
  144. NRO
    NON-RUNOUT CIRCLE

    (SEARCH AREA FOR SUBMARINE)
  145. NSFS
    NAVAL SURFACE FIRE SUPPORT

    (provided by Navy surface gun and missile systems in support of a unit or units)
  146. NWCF
    NAVY WORKING CAPTAL FUND
  147. OCS
    OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOL

    (are institutions which train civilians and enlisted personnel in order for them to gain a commission )
  148. ODCR
    OFFICER DISTRIBUTION CONTROL REPORT

    (COMES FROM PERS 413, USED BY COMMAND TO MONITOR OFFICER MANNING STATUS/PLACEMENT)
  149. OMMSNG
    OGRANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM NEXT GENERATION
  150. OPGEN
    OPERATIONAL GENERAL
  151. OPORD
    OPERATIONAL ORDERS

    (SENT BY NUMBERED FLEET OR HIGHER; PROVIDES OUTLINES HOW THE FLEET WILL OPERATE.  EXAMPLE"  OPTASK UNREPS, ETC.)
  152. OPREP-3
    SPECIAL INCIDENTS TO INFORM HIGHER LEVELS OF AUTHORITY

    (PINNICLE (National Interest); Navy Blue (Navy Interest))
  153. OPREP-5
    OPERATIONAL REPORT

    (CONSISTS OF INVENTORY OF CASREPS, CO'S COMMENTS; FAIL-TO-SAIL, LINK STATUS, FUEL-WATER LEVELS, MEDICAL BINNICAL)
  154. OPSEC
    OPERATIONAL SECURITY
  155. OPSKED
    Provides Hot areas; Comes out Fridays. Outlines ship's operations, when, types of events to include HOT Event (ordinance release), Exclusive (Hazardous to non particiapates) and CO USE (Normal ops)
  156. OPTAR
    OPERATING TARGET
  157. OPTASK
    • OPERATING TASKING
    •  
    • (INST HOW COMMAND WILL COMPLY WITH A WARFARE AREA OR MISSION.)
  158. ORM
    OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT
  159. PCS
    PRIMARY CONTROL SHIP

    (a ship of the task force designated to provide support for the primary control officer and a combat.)
  160. PERMA
    PLANNING, EMBARKATION, REHEARSAL, MOVEMENT, ASSAULT
  161. PHEL
  162. PIM
    POSITION OF INTENDED MOVMENT

    (EXPECTED LOCATION.  4 HOURS AHEAD OR 4 HOURS BEHIND, REASE PIM MESSAGE WITH UPDATED LOCATION.)
  163. PNOK
    PRIMARY NEXT OF KIN

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