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    • who is assigned the responsibility for organization of the officer and crew of a ship
    • co by us navy regulations
  1. who is responsible, under the co for organization of the command
    xo
  2. what document prescribes the administrative organization for all types of ship
    the standard organization and regulations of the us navy, opnavinst 3120.32b
  3. who is the head of the engineering dept on naval ships
    engineering officer
  4. who does cheng report to and confer with for administration of the engineering department
    xo
  5. who must keep the co informed of the operational readiness and actual operation of the main propulsion and electrical plants and of the damage control organization and system
    xo
  6. what are specific duties of assistants assigned to cheng
    dc, mp, electrical and other specific duties as may be required for the proper performance of the functions of the engineering department
  7. responsibilities of electrical officer
    operation, care, and maintenance of the ships electric power generator and distribution system, interior communication equipment and systems, degaussing equipment and systems gyrocompass equipment and associated system, dead reckoning analyzer and associated equipment and small boat electrical systems
  8. who is usually assigned the collateral duty as motion picture officer
    electrical officer
  9. who is normally assigned the duties when an electrical officer is not assigned
    dca
  10. who heads the E div under the electrical officer
    • electrical division officer
    • personnel of em and ic ratings assigned to this division
  11. who is usually designated by the division officer as the lpo
    senior pretty officer in the division
  12. what is the most important watch that an em is required to stand
    switchboard
  13. what system was developed by the navy to help qualify for watches
    engineering operational sequencing system
  14. what is eoss
    • detailed, sequential operational step by step procedure for the engineering plant
    • (involves the participation of all personnel from department head to watch standers
  15. how does eoss improve operational readiness of the engineering plant
    by increasing operational efficiency and plant control (to accomplish this, it provides each supervisor and operator with the information required for their watch station
  16. what are the three basic parts of the eoss
    • users guide
    • engineering operational procedures
    • engineering operational casualty control
  17. user guide
    booklet that explains the eoss package and how it is used to the ships best advantage
  18. what does the operational portion of the eoss contain
    all information for proper operation of a ships engineering plant, and it also has guides for scheduling, controlling and directing plant evolutions through operational modes
  19. what the the casualty control portion contain
    information relevant to the recognition of casualty symptoms and their probable causes and effects (it also has information on actions to be taken to prevent a casualty)
  20. how often are the meter readings recorded on the ships service generator log for all generators that are in operation or on the line
    hourly
  21. what is the primary objective of the ships maintenance and material management systems
    to provide for managing maintenance and maintenance support in a manner that will ensure maximum equipment operational readiness
  22. what are the two systems that are party of the overall ships 3 m system
    • planned maintenance system
    • maintenance data system
  23. what system was established to reduce complex maintenance to simplified procedures that are easily identified and managed at all levels
    pms
  24. what system was established to provide for the detection and prevention of impending casualties
    pms
  25. what system was established to plan and schedule maintenance task
    pms
  26. how can the co readily determine whether the ship is being properly maintained
    by using pms a tool of command
  27. what does the pms assure
    better records, containing more data that can be useful to the shipboard maintenance manager
  28. what fired the flexibility of pms allow
    for the programming of inevitable changes in employment schedules and helps to better plan preventive maintenance
  29. what is the purpose of the mds
    to provide information about certain fleet maintenance and maintenance sport actions for use by various levels and areas of management throughout the navy, with particular emphasis on providing information at the shipboard level
  30. what is the mds
    a system that enables maintenance personnel to report corrective actions on all categories of equipment
  31. why is the ship maintenance action form, opnav 4790/2 k used by maintenance personnel
    • to report deferred maintenance actions
    • to report completed maintenance actions that were previously deferred
  32. what form allows the screening and planning information for management and control of intermediate maintenance activity (ima) workloads
    opnav form 4790/2q
  33. what is the automated ships maintenance action form opnav 4790/2q
    a computer generated form that contains the same information as the opnav 4790/2k (this form may be used as an automated work request or for use in preparation for the board of inspection and survey
  34. why is the supplemental form opnav 4790/2 l used by maintenance personnel
    to provide amplifying information relating to a maintenance action reported on an opnav 4790/2k
  35. when is the maintenance planning and estimating form, opnav 4790/2 p used
    with the opnav 4790/2 k deferring maintenance to be done by an ima under the intermediate maintenance management system (imms)(this firm is designed so that the ima screening and planning may be done in detail
  36. what is the purpose of the automated work request(awr) opnav 4790/2r
    it combines the information from the opnav forms 4790/2k and 4790/2p that are entered in the computer (awr was designed for machine or hand printed entries)
  37. what is the ship configuration change form, opnav 4790/ck used
    to report any maintenance actions that results in a configuration change (it is also a required report to keep the ship coordinated shipboard allowance list current
  38. do what are the 2 categories of fbr
    category a and b
  39. what is the purpose of the pms feedback report opnav 4790/7b
    • it is used by fleet personnel to notify the naval sea support centers or tycom of matters related to pms
    • fbr is a 5 part form
  40. what is a category a fbr
    it is nontechnical and is intended to meet pms needs of the ship for replacement of missing or mutilated maintenance index page (mips) and maintenance requirement cards (mrc)
  41. what is a category b fbr
    it its for technical purpose that are submitted to the applicable tycoms
  42. where are the instructions for preparation and submission of am fbr printed
    on the last copy of the 5 part form
  43. where is the internal ship supply document, navsup form 1250-1 used by maintenance personnel
    on ships without a computer-aided (non automated) supply management system to obtain parts to complete a maintainance action
  44. where is the dod single line item requisition system document dd form 1348 used by maintenance personnel
    on ships with a computer aided (automated) supply management system to obtain parts to complete maintenance actions
  45. what is the cosal
    a technical and supply management document that is designed to enable ships to achieve maximum operating capability for extended period of time independent of external logistic suport
  46. why is cosal considered to be technical
    because it provides nomenclature, operating characteristics, technical manual specification, parts list, and other technical data pertaining to all installed equipment and machinery
  47. why is the cosal supply management document
    because it tells the supply officer how much of what materials to stock in the store rooms and how many of each item is to be carried aboard the ship
  48. who is responsible for ensuring that cosal segments reflect the actual equipment installed
    individual ship
  49. what action is taken to assure an accurate and complete cosal
    ships are required to validate the cosal and allowance appendix pages (aap) by physical comparison of the installed component work the technical data contained in the allowance parts list, aap, cosal indexes our validation aids
  50. what action is taken to assist equipment validation
    ships parts control center, mechanisburg, pa provides validation aid consisting of component characteristics cards for each piece of equipment installed aboard ship (this card contain the description, service application, quantity installed per application, type of ship, and hull number
  51. what action is taken to enable the allowance list maintenance activity to prepare and publish timely cosal revisions that reflect a ships configuration change
    each equipment/component installation removal, or modification accomplished between regular overhauls must be promptly reported
  52. what constitutes mandatory turn turn in repairable (mtr)
    those navy managed items that have been selected by cognizant inventory managers for special inventory control (items are based on unit cost, annual demand, difficulty of repair or other economic considerations
  53. what is required when the turn in item is related to a maintenance action that is required to be reported according to the ship 3 m manual
    it will be accompanied with one legible copy of the ship maintenance action form (opnav 4790/2k)
  54. how should mtr item be. returned to supply
    in the original container that the new item was received in, including cushioning and bracing material provided with an issued replacement
  55. what action is taken if the original cushioning and bracing material is no longer available
    use onboard wrapping, blocking and/or cushioning material that will fill voids and immobilized the item in the reusable container
  56. what action is taken when neither a suitable container nor adequate packaging material is available















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