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  1. Name the 8 basic battle wounds.
    • Burns
    • Amputation
    • Sucking chest wound
    • Smoke inhalation
    • Facial wounds
    • Abdominal wounds
    • Compound fractures
    • Electrical shock
  2. What is the difference between a compound fracture and a simple fracture?
    In a compound fracture, the bone protrudes from the skin
  3. Symptoms of 1st degree burn.
    Reddish tint
  4. Symptoms of 2nd degree burn.
    Blistering, most painful
  5. Symptoms of 3rd degree burn.
    Charred skin, nerve damage
  6. What are the 3 main types of stretchers?
    • Stokes
    • Reeve-sleeve
    • Army pole litter
  7. Blue pipes =
    Potable water
  8. Red pipes =
    Firemain
  9. Green pipes =
    Seawater
  10. Purple pipes =
    JP-5
  11. Yellow pipes =
    Fuel oil
  12. Yellow/black pipes =
    Lube oil
  13. Gold pipes =
    CHT
  14. Green/red pipes =
    AFFF mix
  15. Red/blue pipes =
    AFFF concentrate
  16. How many repair lockers do we have onboard Nimitz?
    10
  17. What does CCOL stand for?
    Compartment check off list
  18. X-ray fittings
    Least amount of protection
  19. Yoke fittings.
    All Y and X fittings closed. Fittings left open for more than 24 hours must be logged in DC central
  20. Zebra fittings
    • All X, Y, and Z fittings closed.
    • Maximum protection
  21. William fittings.
    Vital water fittings
  22. Circle William fittings.
    Ventilation
  23. What comprises the fire triangle?
    • Heat
    • Fuel
    • Oxygen
  24. What comprises the fire tetrahedron?
    • Heat
    • Fuel
    • Oxygen
    • Chemical reaction
  25. What are the 4 stages of a fire?
    • Growth
    • Flashover
    • Fully developed
    • Decay
  26. Class A fires.
    Smoke
    What's burning
    Agent to use
    • White smoke
    • Anything that creates ash
    • Water
  27. Class B fires.
    Smoke
    What's burning
    Agent to use
    • Black smoke
    • Liquids/grease
    • AFFF
  28. Class C fires.
    Smoke
    What's burning
    Agent to use
    • Blue smoke
    • Electrical fire
    • CO2
  29. Class D fires.
    Smoke
    What's burning
    Agent to use
    • Different smoke
    • Combustible metals
    • Jettison
  30. What is direct firefighting?
    Applying agent directly on fire
  31. What is indirect firefighting?
    Bouncing off overhead/bulkheads/objects
  32. What are the 3 type is shoring and which is strongest?
    • H - weakest
    • I - strongest
    • K
  33. What two types of wood are used for shoring? Size?
    • Douglas fir
    • Yellow pine
    • 4x4 beams
    • Length should not exceed 30x minimum butt thickness
  34. What is de-smoking?
    Replacing 95% of smoke in a space with fresh air
  35. What does EWARP stand for?
    Emergency water activated repair patch
  36. What is the max PSI of EWARP, soft patch, and jubilee patch?
    • EWARP and soft patch = 150 PSI
    • Jubilee patch = 100 PSI
  37. What are the 2 sizes of steel shoring? What can they withstand?
    • 3'x5' - 20k lbs contracted 12k extended
    • 6'x11' - 20k lbs contracted 6k extended
  38. Describe a CO2 extinguisher
    Weight
    Range
    Duration
    • 15 lbs
    • 4-6 feet
    • 40 seconds continuous
  39. Describe a PKP extinguisher
    Sizes (2)
    Range
    Duration
    • 18 lbs
    • 19 feet
    • 10 seconds

    • 27 lbs
    • 21 feet
    • 11 seconds
  40. Describe an AFFF extinguisher
    Range
    Gallons
    Duration
    PSI
    • 15 feet diminishing
    • 2 1/2 gallons
    • 55-65 seconds
    • 100 PSI
  41. What is the NFTI? Operation and modes?
    • Naval firefighting thermal imager
    • Black = cold, white = hot
    • Pan and chop modes
  42. What are the two types of educators?
    • S-type - basket strainer
    • Perijet - 6 jets
  43. What is an ESP? Powered by?
    • Electrical submersible pump
    • 440V
  44. Describe the 2 standard sizes of fire hoses?
    • 1 1/2 inch
    • 2 1/2 inch
    • Both 50' long
  45. What powers a box fan?
    Electricity
  46. What powers a ram fan?
    Firemain
  47. What does SCBA stand for?
    Self contained breathing apparatus
  48. What does EEBD stand for? Duration?
    • Emergency escape breathing device
    • 10 minutes
  49. What does PECU stand for?
    • Portable exothermic cutting unit
    • Cuts 10k degrees
  50. What kind of firemain system is onboard Nimitz?
    Composite loop
  51. How many firemains do we have onboard Nimitz and what kind?
    • 23 total
    • 19 electric
    • 4 steam
  52. What is the outgoing circuit from DC central to all repair lockers?
    2JZ
  53. What is the emergency communications circuit?
    X40J
  54. What does MOPP stand for?
    Mission oriented protective posture
  55. What type of gas mask and canister do we use? How long is it good for?
    • MCU-2P w/ C-2 canister
    • 30 days in contaminated environment
    • 60 days non-contaminated
    • 1 blood agent
  56. What is a tourniquet?
    The most effective method to stop bleeding but used as a last resort
  57. Symptoms of heat exhaustion
    • Rapid pulse
    • Shallow breathing
    • Moist clammy skin
    • Sweating
    • Dilated pupils
  58. Symptoms of heat stroke
    • Rapid pulse
    • Constricted pupils
    • Hot dry skin
    • Rapid deep breathing
  59. Explain:
    Keel
    Frames
    Hull plates
    Decks
    • Keel - backbone of the ship
    • Frames - ribs of the ship
    • Hull plates - skin of the ship
    • Decks - floors
  60. Where are repair lockers: 2, 3, 4, & 5?
    • All on the 2nd deck
    • 2: fwd of fwd mess decks port side
    • 3: aft of XO p-way
    • 4: port side fwd galley mess line
    • 5: fwd of aft mess line port side
  61. Where are repaid lockers: 1F, 1B, 1A?
    • All located on the hangar deck
    • 1F: hangar bay 1 port side
    • 1B: hangar bay 2 port side
    • 1A: hangar bay 3 starboard side
  62. Where are repair lockers: 7F, 7B, 7A?
    • All on the 03 level
    • 7F: port side fwd of CAG pway
    • 7B: starboard near CO pway
    • 7A: starboard side near PR shop
  63. Describe circle x-ray.
    Permission is not needed to go through but must be closed when not in use
  64. Describe circle zebra
    Battle messing route, COs permission needed to open
  65. Describe Modified zebra
    All X Y and Z fittings are closed from a specific deck and below
  66. Dog zebra
    • Black D with red Z inside
    • Set for darken ship 30min prior to sunset
  67. How many readiness conditions are there?
    3
  68. Readiness condition 1
    GQ, all repair lockers manned and all BDS
  69. Readiness condition 2
    Modified GQ, flying squad and specific repair lockers manned
  70. Readiness condition 3
    Only flying squad responds
  71. Traffic pattern for GQ
    • Up and forward starboard side
    • Down and aft port side
  72. What are boundaries?
    Used to prevent the spread of damage
  73. Airtight doors and scuttle require how many dogs?
    3
  74. Water tight door dogs?
    6
  75. Water tight scuttle dogs?
    4
  76. Water tight hatch dogs?
    8-10 dogs
  77. What is progressive flooding?
    Flooding is spreading from space to space causing free flow effect
  78. What is cross flooding?
    Flooding is equally distributed on both side of the ship
  79. What should you not use an EWARP on?
    • Potable water
    • CHT
    • JP-5
    • Steam
  80. How do you activate an EWARP?
    • Soak in water for 20 seconds and apply
    • Cute time is 30 min
  81. Name some shoring tools
    • Hammer
    • Carpenters square
    • Measuring tape
    • Saw
  82. Describe a wedge
    • Made of wood or steel
    • Length no to exceed 6x butt thickness
  83. What is a shole?
    Flat plate which is placed under the end if a shore to distribute weight and pressure. Wood or steel
  84. What is a strong back?
    Bar or beam of wood or metal used to distribute pressure or to serve to anchor a patch over a hole
  85. How many educators do we have onboard?
    • 13 total
    • 12 main
    • 1 secondary
  86. What is the primary and secondary purpose of the P-100 pump?
    • Primary - fire fighting
    • Secondary - dewatering
  87. What is the hook up order for pumps and educators?
    • DFS
    • Discharge
    • Firemain
    • Suction
    • Reverse order to take down
  88. How many SCBAs are there and their durations.
    • 2
    • 30 min and 45 min
  89. What are the two sizes of vari-nozzles?
    • 95 GPM
    • 125 GPM
  90. What are the 3 forms of communication during GQ?
    • Hydra radio
    • Message blanks
    • Sound powered circuit
  91. What does ACPG stand for? How long is it good for?
    • Advance chemical protective garment
    • 24 hrs in contaminated environment
    • 45 days open
  92. What does the M256A1 test for?
    Blood, blister, and nerve
  93. What does M8 paper test for?
    • G-nerve
    • V-nerve
    • H-type blister
  94. What color is a positive reaction on M9 paper?
    Red
  95. What are 3 ways to stop bleeding?
    • Direct pressure
    • Indirect pressure - using pressure point
    • Tourniquet
  96. How do you treat shock?
    Elevate feet
  97. How many pressure points do we have total?
    11
  98. How do you treat burns?
    Minimum treatment
  99. Spaces: A C E F
    • A- stowage
    • C- controlling
    • E- engineering
    • F- fuel
  100. Spaces: G J K L
    • G- gasoline
    • J- JP-5
    • K- hazmat
    • L- living space
  101. Spaces: M Q T V W
    • M- magazine
    • Q- misc
    • T- trunk
    • V- void
    • W- water
  102. What is the CFM for box fan?
    3200 CFM
  103. What is the FPM for the ram fan?
    2000 FPM
  104. What are the 3 sizes of face pieces for SCBA mask?
    • Small - green
    • Large - black
    • Extra large - red
  105. What is the mixture percentage for AFFF
    • 94% water
    • 6% AFFF concentrate
  106. How many fixed CO2 systems are there?
    7
  107. What GPM does electric and steam run at?
    • Electric - 1000 GPM
    • Steam - 2000 GPM
  108. What counters nerve agent?
    Anthropine
  109. What counters anthropine?
    2 PAM Chloride

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