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  1. NSTM 079 VOL. 2
    DAMAGE CONTROL / PRACTICAL DC
  2. NSTM 077
    PERSONNEL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT (PPE)
  3. NSTM 555
    SURFACE SHIP FIREFIGHTING
  4. NSTM 505
    PIPING SYSTEMS
  5. NTTP
    NAVY, TACTICS, TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES
  6. NTTP 3-20.31
    SURFACE SHIP SURVIVABILITY
  7. NSTM
    NAVAL SHIPS TECHNICAL MANUAL
  8. JFMM
    JOINT FORCES MAINTENANCE MANUAL
  9. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GENERAL EMERGENCY BILL?
    CHENG
  10. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SEARCH AND RESCUE BILL (S&A)?
    1ST LIEUTENANT
  11. WHAT FITTINGS ARE OPENED FOR BATTLE MESSING?
    CIRCLE Z
  12. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR BATTLE MESSING?
    SUPPO
  13. WHAT TECHNICAL MANUAL EXPLAINS HOW TO MODIFY A CCOL AND DC BOOK?
    NSTM 079 VOL. 2
  14. HOW WOULD YOU INSTALL A 6" CHT CUTOUT VALVE IN COMPARTMENT 5-140-0-E. IT IS THE 3RD VALVE TO STBD 9 FT AFT OF FR 140.  FR SPACING IS 36"?
    CHT COV 5-143-5

    -5 IS THE DECK THE VALVE IS ON

    -143 IS THE VALVE BEING 9' (108") AFT OF FR 140. THE FR SPACING IS 36", DIVIDE 108"/36"= 3'

    -5 IS 3 SPACES OVER FROM CENTERLINE, STBD ODD NUMBERS 1,3,5 IS 3RD
  15. HOW WOULD YOU MAKE A BULLSEYE FOR COMPARTMENT 1-100-0-L, THE SPACE IS 40' LONG FR SPACING IS 24"?
    • | 1-100-0-L |
    • |  100-120  |
    • |      S2      |

    - COMPARTMENT 1-100-0-L IS THE SPACE THAT WAS GIVEN

    - FR RANGE 100-120 IS 40' (480") DIVIDED BY 24" (2')= 20' ADD TO THE 100 ALREADY GIVEN = 120

    - S2 IS THE DIVISION RESPONSIBLE (SUPPLY)
  16. WHAT IS A FLAME ARRESTER?
    is a device that stops fuel combustion by extinguishing the flame
  17. WHAT TYPE OF VENTILATION HAS FLAME ARRESTORS?
    EXHAUST
  18. WHAT IS THE 1ST LINE OF A BULLSEYE?
    COMPARTMENT #
  19. WHAT IS THE SECOND (2ND) LINE OF A BULLSEYE?
    FRAME RANGE
  20. WHAT IS THE THIRD (3RD) LINE ON A BULLSEYE?
    DIVISION RESPONSIBLE
  21. WHEN INSTALLING A NEW VALVE IN A COMPARTMENT, WHAT MUST BE UPDATED?
    • - DC BOOK
    • - CCOL
    • - DC PLATES
  22. WHO CAN APPROVE CHANGES TO A CCOL?
    DAMAGE CONTROL ASSISTANT (DCA)
  23. THREE (3) TYPES OF CCOL'S
    • - PARTIAL
    • - MASTER
    • - DUPLICATE

    (INDIVIDUAL)= EXTRA
  24. NAME SOME CONTENTS OF A DC BOOK?
    • - STABILITY AND BUOYANCY
    • - DRAINAGE
    • - LIQUID LOAD PLAN
  25. WHAT IS THE PRIMARY PLOTTING DC PLATE CALLED?
    • SUBDIVISION
    •  
    • - IT IS A 3D ISOMETRIC PLATE
  26. WHAT ARE TRANSVERSE BULKHEADS (BHD)?
    BULKHEADS (BHD) THAT TRANSVERSE THE SHIP
  27. NAME THREE (3) TYPES OF MATERIAL CONDITIONS OF READINESS?
    • - EBRA
    • - OKE
    • - X-RAY
  28. WHEN DO YOU SET CIRCLE William?
    DURING CBR
  29. WHAT ARE TWO (2) PARTS OF THE CLOSURE LOG?
    • - OOC
    • - VIOLATIONS AND MATERIAL

    FITTING CAN ONLY BE OPEN A MAX 24 HOURS IN THE CLOSURE LOG.

    MUST MAINTAIN LOG FOR 6 MONTHS
  30. WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU SET DARKEN SHIP?
    • - SET DOG Z (ZEBRA)
    • - PUT UP SAFETY CHAINS AROUND EL'S
    • - SMOKING LAMP OUT
    • - LIGHTING INTEGRITY
  31. PURPOSE OF DISTRIBUTING DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) STOWAGE (GEAR)?
    TO EXPEDITE PERSONNEL GETTING PROPERLY DRESSED OUT IN THE CASE OF AN EMERGENCY

    ALSO TO PREVENT LOOSING ALL STOWAGE (GEAR) IN ONE CASUALTY.
  32. WHAT FITTINGS OPEN DURING BATTLE MESSING?
    CIRCLE Z (ZEBRA)
  33. WHAT IS CONDITION X-RAY?
    • NSTM 555-2.3.9.1 Condition X-RAY, Classification X. In condition X-RAY, the firemain normally is operated as a
    • single system. All valves and fittings marked X are closed, and all valves and fittings marked Y, Z or W remain
    • open. Pressure is maintained on the firemain by a minimum number of pumps as service demands require.
  34. WHAT IS CONDITION YOKE?
    • NSTM 555-2.3.9.2 Condition Yoke, Classification Y. War cruising and other situations covered in NTTP 3-20.31
    • (series), require that the material condition of readiness Yoke be established. All valves and fittings in the firemain
    • system designated by X and Y are closed. This sectionalization usually creates two or more separately
    • operating firemain systems (either forward and after systems, or port and starboard systems). In certain ships
    • condition Yoke provides almost complete sectionalization, allowing condition Zebra, the final stage, to be set
    • quickly by closing a minimum number of additional valves and fittings. Most ships achieve only partial sectionalization
    • of the firemain system in condition Yoke because of the location of certain pumps, a possible heavy
    • resultant electric load, a desire to have spare pumps available for repair and maintenance operations, or for various
    • other reasons associated with the ship’s particular firemain installation.
  35. WHAT IS CONDITION ZEBRA?
    • NSTM 555-2.3.9.3 Condition Zebra, Classification Z. Condition Zebra produces the maximum degree of segregation
    • in the firemain system. It is required during General Quarters, collision, and other hazardous situations, as prescribed
    • by NTTP 3-20.31 (series). Some ships have their firemain system sectionalization into its ultimate number
    • of sections during condition Yoke and continue this during condition Zebra. This is particularly true of smaller
    • ships, but certain of the larger ships which maintain a quartered (four section) sectionalization in condition Yoke
    • S9086-S3-STM-010
    • 555-2-11
    • continue that sectionalization in condition Zebra. Other larger ships advance from a two-section war cruising
    • condition firemain sectionalization into as many as six separate and independent systems for battle.
  36. WHAT IS THE GENERAL EMERGENCY BILL?
    A BILL THAT EXPLAINS WHAT TO DO IN A GENERAL EMERGENCY THAT IS NOT ALREADY COVERED BY THE REPAIR PARTY MANUAL (RPM)
  37. WHAT IS A MAJOR CONFLAGRATION?
    A CASUALTY THAT IS TOO EXTENSIVE FOR ONE DCRS TO HANDLE AND REQUIRE HELP FROM ANOTHER.
  38. WHAT IS A MASS CASUALTY?
    WHEN THERE ARE MORE PERSONNEL CASUALTIES THEN THERE ARE MEDICAL PERSONNEL TO TREAT CASUALTIES.
  39. WHAT IS SEARCH AND RESUCE (S&A)?
    PRIMARY PRIORITY IS SHIP SECURITY
  40. WHAT IS THE PRIMARY DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) CIRCUIT?
    2JZ
  41. WHAT IS SECONDARY DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) CIRCUIT?
    X2JZ
  42. WHAT IS TERTIARY DAMAGE CONTROL (DC) CIRCUIT?
    • X40J (PUMPKIN LINE)
    • 200' LONG
  43. WHAT IS THE PRIMARY ENGINEERING CIRCUIT?
    2JV
  44. WHAT IS THE CIRCUIT FOR DCRS #3?
    5JZ
  45. WHAT IS THE CIRCUIT FOR DCRS #5?
    7JZ
  46. WHAT IS THE RULE OF THUMB FOR DCRS CIRCUITS?
    ADD TWO (2)
  47. WHAT IS THE CIRCUIT FOR THE FLIGHT DECK?
    5MC
  48. WHAT IS A P-100
    • Used
    • for firefighting and dewatering

    • •Centrifugal
    • pumps, diesel engine

    • •Weighs
    • 164 LBS

    • •2.75
    • hours of operation with 1.45 gallons of Diesel fuel

    • •MAX
    • suction lift 20FT, 1 PUMP

    • •Using
    • 1 pump and an eductor, 39 ft can
    • be achieved, (“rigged
    • for deep suction”) eductor
    • discharges back to pump and through fire hose
    • •100
    • GPM @ 83 PSI while lifting 20 FT
    • •71
    • GPM @ 62 PSI while lifting 44 FT
    • •10 FT
    • is recommended lift
  49. WHAT IS AN ELECTRICAL SUBMERSIBLE PUMP (ESP)?
    • •CENTRIFUGAL
    • PUMP
    • •3
    • PHASE AC/DC MOTOR
    • •WATER
    • COOLED
    • •REQUIRES
    • 440V A/
    • •USED
    • FOR DEWATERING
    • •H2O
    • < 130 DEGREES
    • •EMERGENCIES ONLY, MAY
    • BE USED TO PUMP DFM/JP-5
    • •20
    • FEET suction lift MAX discharge head (using foot valve)
    • •PUMPS
    • 140 GPM with 70 FT discharge head
    • •PUMPS
    • 200 GPM with < 50 FT dicharge heaD
    • •IF
    • static head is >70 FT. use pumps in TANDEM.
    • •Start
    • lower pump first
  50. WHAT ARE SOME PORTABLE EDUCTORS?
    • S-TYPE 
    • PERRI-JET
    • ELECTRIC SUBMERSIBLE PUMP (ESP)
  51. WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM SUCTION LIFT FOR AN ELECTRIC SUBMERSIBLE PUMP?
    • 20 FT
    • OR ELSE YOU HAVE TO RIG TWO (2) IN TANDUM.
  52. DESCRIBE AN S-TYPE EDUCTOR
    • •2
    • SIZES: 1 1/2 INCH Supply and 2 1/2 INCH Discharge

    –2 1/2 INCH Supply and 4 INCH Discharge

    •Has foot valve and strainer

    • •Activated by firemain or
    • P-100 Pump

    •Use W/P-100 for high lift operations

    •MAX capacity is 265 GPM discharge
  53. DESCRIBE A PERI-JET EDUCTOR?
    •More efficient (7%) than S-TYPE

    • •Can flood space if venturi
    • effect is lost

    •Not equipped with foot valve or strainer (passes small debris)

    • •6 small jets create venturi
    • effect for suction

    •Uses 2 1/2 INCH supply and 4 INCH discharge

    •MAX capacity is 530 GPM discharge
  54. THREE (3) TYPES OF DRAINAGE?
    • MAIN
    • SECONDARY
    • SPECIAL
  55. WHAT SPACES DOES MAIN DRAINAGE COVER?
    ALL MAIN SPACES, MMR'S, AMR'S, ENGINE ROOM
  56. WHAT SPACES DOES SECONDARY DRAINAGE COVER?
    ALL SPACES FWD AND AFT OF MAIN SPACES
  57. HOW DO YOU START AN INLINE EDUCTOR?
    (DUMB, FREAKING, V, SAILOR)

    • -DRAINAGE
    • -FIREMAIN
    • -VACUUM
    • -SUCTION
  58. WHAT ARE THE INSTALLED CHARACTERISTICS OF FIREMAIN?
    • REDUNDANCY
    • RELIABILITY
    • OPTIMAL SEGREGATION
  59. HOW DO YOU PREVENT BI-METALLIC CORROSION?
    • USE RUBBER PIPE HANGER
    • TEST WITH MAGNET
  60. HOW LONG DOES AN OCENCO EEBD OPERATE FOR?
    TEN (10) MINUTES
  61. INITIAL TRAINING ON THE OCENCO EEBD AND EGRESS ROUTES ARE REQUIRED WHEN?
    • WITHIN 96 HOURS OF CHECKING ON-BOARD
    • EVERY 6 MONTHS THEREAFTER
  62. WHAT PERCENTAGE OF EEBD NEED TO BE IN ENGINEERING SPACES?
    200% OF ALL MANNED ENGINEERING GQ WATCH STATIONS
  63. WHAT PERCENTAGE OF EEBD NEED TO BE IN BERTHINGS?
    100%
  64. WHY DO YOU NOT WANT TO ROUGHLY HANDLE OCENCO EEBD'S?
    BECAUSE LITHIUM HYDROXIDE CAN FORM INSIDE.
  65. WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF PHOTOLUMINESCENT TAPE?
    TO CLEARLY MARK SPACES AND EGRESS ROUTES
  66. WHERE DO YOU NOT WANT PUT PHOTOLUMINESCENT TAPE?
    IN SPACES LEADING TO WEATHER DECKS OR OUTSIDE THE SHIP.
  67. WHAT ARE THE DESIGN FEATURES OF CASUALTY POWER (CP)?
    • WATER TIGHT
    • LIGHT WEIGHT
    • FLEXIBLE
    • FAST APPLYING
    • INTERCHANGEABLE PARTS
  68. HOW DO YOU RIG CASUALTY POWER?
    FROM LOAD TO SOURCE
  69. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ENERGIZING CASUALTY POWER (CP)?
    DAMAGE CONTROL ASSISTANT (DCA)
  70. WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF PIPE PATCHES?
    • EWARP
    • JUBILEE
    • SOFT
    • BOX
    • BUCKET
  71. WHAT IS THE LENGTH OF WOODEN SHORING?
    30 X MINIMUM  BUTT THICKNESS
  72. WHAT ARE THE DAMAGE CONTROL ASSISTANT'S (DCA) RESPONSIBILITIES IN A MEDICAL CASUALTY?
    • MEDICAL SAFE ROUTES
    • TRAIN
  73. WHAT DOES CAB STAND FOR?
    • CIRCULATION
    • AIRWAYS
    • BREATHING

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