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  1. Virus
    • -Computer Program that can copy itself.
    • -Self replicating malware.
    • -Malware that appears to perform a desirable function for the user prior to run or install but instead facilitates unauthorized access of the user's computer system
  2. How long can the CO Admin suspend access
    12 months before clearance revocation.
    • Information Operations Conditions
    • Level 1-5
    • 1 is the highest
    • Rota is currently at INFOCON 3
  4. Red Cross
    Official Message identifying an emergency within member's family
  5. ADNS
    • Automated Digital Networking System
    • -to connect navy shipboard networks of various classification levels.
    2400 Baud Satellite Link for receipt and transmissions of message traffic
    • International Maritime Satellite Communication
    • Multipurpose SHF system
    • Provides simultaneous voice and IP data
    • 128 kbps
  8. NREMS
    • -Naval Regional Enterprise Messaging System
    • web based messaging using web or smtp
    • -video teleconferencing
    • -Dial Control Office
  9. PLA
    List the components of a standard Navy Message
    • -Plain Language Address
    • -Date Time Group (Day/hr/min/mon/yr)
    • -subj
    • ref
    • poc
    • remarks
  10. DAA
    Designated Approving Authority-the official with the authority to formally assume responsibility for operating a system at an acceptable level of risk.
  11. Gingerbread
    Bead Window
    EEFI List
    • -Intruder on the net
    • -Unauthorized disclosure over a non-secure net. "roger out" is the only authorized reply
    • -EEFI List
    • 01-Position
    • 02-Capabilities
    • 03-Operations
    • 04-Electronics Warfare
    • 05-Personnel
    • 06-COMSEC
    • 07-Wrong Circuit
  12. AESOP
    • -Afloat Electromagnetic Spectrum Operating Program: governing policies for spectrum management.
    • -means used by which the US Navy and allied navies distribute afloat commplans.
    • -establishes a list of required nets and freq bands for each ship.
  13. River City
    • -Provides procedures to control outgoing paths from ships and shore during ops or incidents. Protects the confidentiality of the situation.
    • -Emissions Control: Control of all electromagnetic radiations. Highest level is Quiet Ship.
    • -Communications Spot Report: 30 mins
    • -Casualty Report: 48 hours: Cat 4 is the highest with loss of primary mission. (initial, update, correction, cancellation)
    • -Name given to the investigation, study and control of compromising emanations from telecommunications.
    • -A system of receiving radio beacon signals from NAVAIDS and rebroadcasting them on the same freq to confuse navigation.
    • -Intentionally inserting electromagnetic energy into transmission paths.
    • -Deliberately radiating, re-radiating  or reflecting electromagnetic energy to impair the use of electronic devices, equipment, or systems.
  16. VERDIN
    • VLF Digital Info Net
    • Submarines and emergency networks
    • Long Distance >600nm
  17. Top Secret
    (colors and times)
    • -Orange: 5 yrs: SSBI (Single Scope Background Investigation) Grave Damage
    • -Red: 10 yrs: NACLC (National Agency Check with Local Agency Check & Credit Check) Severe Damage
    • -Blue: 15 yrs: Potential Damage
    • -Green
    • -Sensitive Compartment-ed Information
  18. SAER
    Security Access Eligibility Requirement
  19. Authority to control access to SCIF
    SSO (Special Security Officer)
  20. SF-700
    • 700: combos
    • 701: Compartment Check off sheet
    • 702: Open/closure
    • 703: Cover Sheets
    • 153: Comsec material report. Issue, destruction, transfer, inventory
    • 312: Non disclosure agreement (NDA)
  21. Emergency Destruction Plan
    Order of Destruction
    • Contained within EAP
    • Precautionary or Complete
    • Directed by OIC or EOC

    Superceded/reserve onboard/effective
  22. JWICS
    Joint Worldwide Intel Communications System
  23. OSI Model
    • -Physical: Hub
    • -Data Link: Switch
    • -Network: Router
    • -Transport
    • -Session
    • -Presentation
    • -Application
  24. ICD
    • -Intelligence Community Directive
    • -Command Security Manager: OIC, LTJG or Above GS-11 or Above
    • -Department of the Navy Central Adjudication Facility
  25. Steps of ORM
    • Identify Hazards
    • Assess Hazards
    • Make Risk Decisions
    • Implement Controls
    • Supervise
  26. What instruction governs safety and mishap reporting?
    OPNAVINST 5102.1D
  27. 3 objective of first aid?
    • Maintain Breathing
    • Stop Bleeding
    • Treat or Prevent Shock
  28. 3 Methods of Controlling bleeding
    • Direct Pressure
    • Pressure Points
    • Tourniquet
  29. What does HERO/F/P stand for?
    Hazardous Electromagnetic Radiation Ordinance Fuels Personnel
  30. MSDS
    Material Safety Data Sheet
  31. What is the purpose of MSDS?
    • Contains characteristics of HAZMAT:
    • Chemical
    • Reactivity
    • Health Hazards
    • PPE
  32. RAC
    Risk Assessment Code
  33. Define RAC
    Hazard Severity plus Mishap probability= Risk Assessment Code
  34. 5 Codes of RAC
    • 1-Critical
    • 2-Serious
    • 3-Moderate
    • 4-Minor
    • 5-Negligible
  35. How do you treat for shock?
    • Elevate feet
    • Keep Warm
  36. List the 3 heat injuries in order
    • 1-Stress
    • 2-Exhaustion
    • 3-Stroke
  37. Name the 6 areas of Doctrine (COWLIP)
    • Command and control
    • Operations
    • Warfare
    • Logistics
    • Intel
    • Planning
  38. What was the first Navy Ship named after an enlisted man and why?
    Osmond Engram (DD 255)

    Released depth charges for oncoming torpedo threat.
  39. First 3 classes of Navy Vessels
    • -Ships of the line
    • -Slopes of war
    • -Frigates
  40. Purple Code
    Japanese Ambassador went to Germany conversing with Hitler and transmitted messages back to the Japanese fleet. Naval code-breakers intercepted these messages to gather a large amount of intel.
  41. National Security Act of 1947
    • -Established CIA
    • -Combined War department and Navy department to form DOD
    • -Each branch still has its own secretary
  42. Battle of Coral Sea
    • First real challenge since Pearl Harbor.
    • Was entirely fought by aircraft that were launched from carrier who never saw one another.
    • May 1942
  43. Voyage of the Great White Fleet
    • 26 battleships sailed the globe ordered by Theodore Roosevelt
    • 16 Dec 1907-22 Feb 1909
  44. Battle of Midway
    • Turning point of WWII
    • 4-7 June 1942
  45. Battle of Normandy
    • Largest AMPHIB landing to date
    • 6 June 1944
  46. Gualdalcanal
    1st Major offense by allies against Japan
  47. Battle of Leyte Gulf
    • Largest Naval Battle
    • Defeated Japanese Fleet
  48. 3 levels of war
    • Strategic
    • Operational-campaigns/operations conducted to achieve strategic objectives.
    • Tactical
  49. Original Navy Values
    • 1965
    • Professionalism
    • Integrity
    • Tradition
  50. Sailor's Creed
    1992 Admiral Kelso

    I am a United States Sailor. I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America and I will obey the orders of those appointed over me. I represent the fighting spirit of the Navy and those who have gone before me to defend freedom and democracy around the world. I proudly serve my country's Navy combat team with Honor, Courage and Commitment. I am committed to excellence and the fair treatment of all.
  51. Define and state purpose of FSM
    • (Fleet Siprnet Messaging) is a point to point connection between the ship and the NOC,
    • resulting in faster, more reliable record message traffic delivery to ships.
  52. Explain why all units commshifting to FSM need a legacy route
    • All units require a legacy route (CUDIXS) as a backup in the event they lose
    • primary (FSM
  53. State the purpose of MMS
    • Multi-level Mail Server is a system that provides a secure means of exchanging
    • organizational messages between local and remote subscribers. By using their
    • GateGuard terminal and a STU-III, even the smallest and most remote subscriber
    • can dial into an MMS to send and receive their organizational messages
  54. State purpose of the MUA
    • Mail User Agent is computer program that runs on a user's computer used to manage
    • the user's email. Ex. Microsoft Outlook
  55. State the sites that have FMX/DUSC system
  56. State the master and alternate DUSC stations
    • Master-NCTAMS PAC (Honolulu, HI)
    • Alternate-NCTAMS LANT (Norfolk, VA)
  57. Define and state the purpose of MCS
    • Message Conversion System (MCS) primary purpose is to provide PLA-to- Routing Indicator
    • (RI) look up and assignment
  58. State the world-wide MCS RI
  59. RI
    • Routing Indicator-7 character message identifying originating station
    • Originating Station Routing Indicator-same as RI
    • Destination Station Routing Indicator-RHMCSUU
    • Fleet Routing Indicator
  60. State the RI that MCS will assign to invalid PLA within a transmitted message
  61. VZCZC
    • - Start of Message for AUTODIN
    • -Header
    • - Classification Redundancy
    • -232300Z JUL 10
    • -USS Bowers
    • -BT
    • -Confidential MSGID/GENADMIN SUBJECT
    • BT
    • 0001
    • NNNN
  62. OPSIGS
    • What is the printing acceptability of my signals
    • Standby
    • Request you acknowledge my message
    • Negative
    • Affirmative
    • Your Message...has been received...1. Incomplete: 2. Garbled) request retransmission.
  63. Define and state the purpose of CUDIXS
    • (Common Users Digital Information Exchange
    • Subsystem) provides a 2400 baud full duplex interface, over a satellite link
    • with mobile platforms, for the receipt and transmission of message traffic
    • between FMX and mobile platforms equipped with afloat automated systems.
  64. List the sites that have CUDIXS suites and their capabilities
    • NCTAMS LANT, NCTAMS PAC, NCTS GUAM, and NCTS Naples are equipped with CUDIXS. Each
    • site has at least three CUDIXS suites and the capability to operate two full and one "mini" configuration simultaneously
  65. State the purpose of MPS-800
    • It enables sites on IP, ISDN and High Speed Serial (V.35/RS449/RS530 w/RS366
    • support) to participate in meetings with each other, and at the same time it offers superior quality and ease of use in one fully-featured multipoint control unit (MCU)
  66. PMUL
    • PAC Multi-Channel Broadcast
    • LANT Multi-Channel Broadcast
    • Indian Ocean Multi-Channel Broadcast
    • THey provide the means of delivering message traffic to the fleet.
  67. BCA
    • -(BROADCAST CONTROLLING AUTHORITY) is the central hub where all message traffic sent to or received by submarines and shore stations gets disseminated
    • -(BROADCAST KEYING STATION) introduces message or facsimile traffic into the Fleet
    • Broadcast Network by generating a key stream of broadcast-bound information to
    • the BCS for specific channel allocation before being forwarded to the BRS for
    • broadcast transmission.
    • -(BROADCAST CONTROLLING STATION) provides all the technical aspects of affecting a Fleet Broadcast, which include assembling key streams received from the various Broadcast Keying Stations (BKS) into specific broadcast channels and delivering
    • a composite key stream to the Broadcast Radiating Station (BRS) for transmission.
    • -(BROADCAST RADIATING STATION) radiates the broadcast signal to the Fleet via Satellite, Super High Frequency (SHF), and/or Low Frequency (LF)
  68. DISA
    • Engineers and provides command and control capabilities and enterprise infrastructure to
    • continuously operate and assure a global net-centric enterprise in direct support to joint warfighters, National level leaders, and other mission and coalition partners across the full spectrum of operations
  69. NCDOC
    • The NCDOC’s mission is to coordinate, monitor, and oversee the defense of Navy
    • computer networks and systems
  70. GNOC
    • Direct the operations and security of the Navy's portion of the Global Information
    • Grid (GIG).   Deliver reliable and secure
    • Net-Centric and Space war fighting capabilities in support of strategic,
    • operational, and tactical missions across the Navy
  71. RNOSC
    • RNOSC provides network and system status, performance and ND events from outlaying
    • CONUS and OCONUS elements including the OCONUS Navy Enterprise Network (ONE-NET), IT-21, Network Operations Centers and other systems
  72. TNOSC
    • Delivers voice and IP services to Shore and Fleet Warfighters and executes problem
    • resolution via a 4-Tiered support model. The TNOSC has regional responsibilities for Information Assurance and the operation and security of the regional Navy networks
  73. MSC ANOC
    Delivers voice and IP services to Military Sealift Command Ships
  74. FLTNOC
    • FLTNOC’s provide a number of critical Internet Protocol (IP) services to the Fleet (both deployed and pier side) and act as regional gateways to the Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) IP networks in each of their respective Areas of
    • Responsibility
  75. Define and state the location and services provided of the following FLTNOCs
    • -Unified Atlantic Region (UARNOC)– NCTAMS LANT, Norfolk, Virginia
    • -Pacific Region (PRNOC)– NCTAMS PAC, Wahiawa, Hawaii
    • -European Central Region (ECRNOC)– NCTS Naples, Naples, Italy
    • -Indian Ocean Region (IORNOC)– NCTS Bahrain, Manama, Bahrain      
    • -FLTNOCs are designed to provide IP services to Fleet IT-21/Integrated Shipboard Network
    • -System (ISNS) and deployed ground forces. All are capable of flexibly providing IP
    • services based on unit’s satellite RF capabilities including multiple simultaneous RF paths using Automated Digital Network System (ADNS), Automated Digital Multiplexing System (ADMS) or legacy.
  76. Explain the three criteria that must be met in order to receive IP services from FLTNOCs
    • -Must have a valid Interim Authority to Operate (IATO) or Authority to Operate (ATO) obtained from NETWARCOM Designated Approving Authority (DAA). The unit Information Assurance Manager (IAM) can provide guidance on validating or
    • obtaining an (I)ATO.
    • -Submit an IP services request message in accordance with Global Communications
    • Information Bulletin (GCIB) 3A
    • -If service will be provided via satellite communications link, a valid Satellite Access Authorization (SAA) for the intended satellite RF path is required.
  77. Define and state the purpose of N2N
    • NOC to NOC (N2N), Transformed four independently operated FLTNOCs into a single
    • unified IT-21 FLTNOC Enterprise, providing transparent redundant services and
    • security to the Fleet
  78. State the DON controlling authority for IP assignments
    DOD Network Information Center (NIC)
  79. Which CIB provides guidance for IP service requests for:
    SI Services
    • SI: GCIB 20H
  80. Name the controlling authority for Navy firewall policies
    Department of the Navy Chief Information Officer
  81. Name the instruction that governs all computer network incident responses
    OPNAVINST 2201.2
  82. State the location of the U.S. Navy fleet SINOCs
    • NCTAMS LANT Det Hampton Roads
    • NCTAMS PAC Honolulu HI
  83. Define and state the purpose of MOSS
    • Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) is a product in the Microsoft SharePoint family
    • of products, it runs on top of Windows SharePoint Services (WSS). MOSS builds
    • on WSS by adding both core features as well as end user web parts. Its main strength is in enabling an organization’s information to be organized and aggregated in one central, web-based application
  84. Define and state the purpose of CAS
    • The goal of Collaboration at Sea is to support a Network Centric Operation by enhancing the Speed of Command and Improving Situational Awareness through Close Coordination and Collaboration CAS allows a geographically dispersed/mobile organization to collaborate around the world using a web browser as the least common
    • denominator. CAS is a tool set that allows users to share knowledge and information around the world using minimum bandwidth.
  85. Define and state the purpose of JCA
    • (JSIPS-N)CONCENTRATOR ARCHITECTURE (JCA). JCA was developed for the fast and efficient delivery of imagery while providing increased flexibility in bandwidth management. The JCA is a client-server based architecture, with web-like browsing features and capabilities for fleet imagery subscribers
  86. Explain the role of Technical Control
    • To provide secure and reliable telecommunications in support of Command, Control, Computer, Communications and Intelligence (C4I) for real-world operations and exercises to U.S. Naval, Joint and Coalition operating forces in the Central
    • Command theater of operation
  87. HSGR
    • High Speed Global Ring
    • The primary purpose of the HSGR is to provide an increased transport line between NCTAMS PAC, NCTAMS LANT, NCTS San Diego, NCTS Naples, Italy and NCTS Bahrain
  88. TNX-1100
    • Marconi Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) switches interconnected via DISN ATM services
    • or commercial leased lines to interconnect NCTAMS LANT, NCTAMS PAC, NCTS San Diego, NCTS Naples, Italy and NCTS Bahrain
  89. PSAX
    • Packet Star Access Exchange
    • Edge component of the HSGR supporting ATM and Non-ATM data (Circuit Emulation)
  90. State how many TNX 1100’s make up the HSGR and where they are located
    • NCTS San Diego
    • NCTS Naples Italy
    • NCTS Bahrain
  91. State what is the terrestrial connectivity between HSGR sites
    The HSGR Network utilizes ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode), which provides transport services for high speed classified and unclassified IP networks as well as existing legacy to major shore sites
  92. EHF FOT
    • -Follow-On-Terminal
    • -Navy AEHF Multiband Terminal
    • -Low data rate, ranges from 75bps to 2400bps
    • -Medium data rate, ranges from 4.8Kbps to 1.544Mbps. Can be accessed only on Milstar
    • satellites 4, 5, and 6
    • - An interconnected system capable of direct communications with an organization of stations on a common channel (Voice or Data)
    • -Point-to-point, a full or half-duplex means to exchange data, facsimile, teletype, or voice communications between two terminals
  93. State the satellite and channel for the following FSB packages:
    • -LMUL: UFO-6 CH-1, located 105W
    • -IMUL: UFO-10 CH-1
    • -PMUL: UFO-8 CH-1
  94. Discuss the MILSTAR constellation and its unique capability
    • MILSTAR are unique in regards to the satellites crosslink capabilities between adjacent
    • satellites. MILSTAR satellites in orbit establish crosslinks to form a communications ‘ring’ around the Earth
  95. Define and discuss the services provided by EHF TIP
    • TIP offers protected internet protocol (IP) networking support to the strike groups
    • and ships that do not have IP connectivity via other sitcom systems. Operating as an Ethernet bridge, TIP extends IP Ethernet among TIP sites over EHF medium data rate (MDR) half-duplex netted services forming a virtual local area network (LAN)
  96. Explain the difference between EC and spot beam and the approximate area covered by
    • -EC: The 18º Earth Coverage Beam covers an approximately 10,000 miles across
    • -The 5º spot beam covers an area approximately 1,800 miles in diameter and can be repositioned to any point in the field of view on the Earth’s surface by the user designated as the spot beam controller
  97. CWSP
    • Commercial Wideband SATCOM program, a full-duplex high data rate communications link that
    • operates in the C-Band spectrum up to 2.048Mbps
  98. CBSP
    • Commercial Broadband Satellite Program, provides the terminal and ship-to-shore
    • space/terrestrial architecture, replacing the inmarsat and legacy CWSP capabilities while providing MilSatcom redundancy
  99. DSCS
    • Defense Satellite Communications System, provided over SHF (super high frequency) for
    • reliable, secure, beyond line-of-sight information exchange at medium-to-high
    • data rates with other fleet units, fixed and mobile joint and allied forces, and Navy C4I commands ashore
  100. Define and state the purpose of WGS
    • Wideband Global Satcom provides DoD Wideband (X, Ka/GBS and 2-way Ka) communications coverage supporting tactical and fixed users and eventually replace the
    • coverage currently provided by DSCS and GBS Ka services available via GBS payloads on UFO satellites. WGS Satellites will initially complement the DSCS III service life enhancement program (SLEP) and GBS payloads and eventually replace the current DSCS and GBS contellations
  101. State the four CES for CWSP/CBSP
    • Pearl City, HI
    • Steele Valley, CA
    • Madley, UK
    • Martlesham, UK
  102. State the ten DSCS teleport/STEP sites
    • Ft Buckner
    • Wahiawa
    • Camp Roberts
    • Ft.Detrick
    • Northwest
    • Landstuhl
    • Ramstein
    • Bahrain
    • Lago
    • Ft Belvoir
    • Riyadh
    • Croughton
    • Bragg
    • Macdill
    • Meade
  103. State the three INMARSAT earth stations
    • Canada
    • Netherlands
    • New Zealand
  104. Define and state the purpose of ADMS
    • Automated Digital Multiplexing System,
    • Network providing voice and data services via smart muxes
  105. State the bandwidth of the following:
    • 64Kbps (1/24 of a T-1)
    • 1.544Mbps
    • 1.544Mbps
    • 2.048Mbps
    • 44.736Mbps
    • 155.520Mbps
    • 10Gbps
    • 39,813.120Mbps(39.813Gbps)
  106. List and explain the six INMARSAT configurations
    • Alfa: 64kbps Voice/Data
    • Bravo: 64kbps Voice/Data
    • Charlie: 64kbps Data only
    • Delta: 128kbps Voice/Data
    • Echo: 128kbps Voice/Data
    • Foxtrot: 128kbps Data Only
  107. ISDN
    Integrated Services Digital Network, provides global data and video services using dial-up
  108. VIXS
    • Video Information Exchange System, provides a secure genser secret and SCI,
    • multipoint, interactive video teleconference (VTC) capability that facilitates efficient communications among CNO, fleet commanders, commanders at sea, Navy
    • and Marine Corps fleet command authorities, and other users
  109. DVSG
    Disn Video Service Global, capabilities include global connectivity, 24/7 availability, multiple security levels (unclassified, U.S. secret, and TS) and VTC services via step sites. VTC services are provided using multiple configurations (point-to-point, multipoint, switched, or dedicated), speed matching and bridging services
  110. ANCC
    • Automated Network Control Center/Automated Technical Control (ATC), replaces manual patch
    • and test facilities ashore with a fully redundant computer-controlled switching and circuit monitoring system
  111. State the purpose of iridium phones
    • Provides seamless connectivity. Iridium
    • phones are specially designed portable and mobile telephones providing global access and coverage
  112. Explain the role and discuss services by the FTOC
    Manages all C4I tactical communication assets and systems
  113. Define the role of NCTS in NETWARCOM
    • The primary mission is to provide the Navy Information Technology infrastructure
    • and support services required for rapid and reliable voice and data communications within a specified Area of Responsibility (AOR). There are a total of seven NCTS’s world-wide which are managed by and report to the two NCTAMS
  114. Explain how a unit attains TIP access
    • A unit must be under one of the three MDR spot beams in order to access TIP. Once
    • unit is under a beam, they will configure onboard iaw ESP (EHF Service Plan).
    • NCTS Bahrain has 3 EHF TIP NETS: NET 145 (DUCA A1); NET 146 (DUCA B2); NET 147
    • (DUCA A3). DUCA (Distributed User Coverage Area)
  115. Explain SAR/SAA procedures for the following:
    • -unit does not send out a request for EHF. Unit comes up on nets iaw EHF Service Plan (ESP) for that AOR
    • -(INTERNATIONAL MARITIME SATELLITE) unit sends request to numbered fleet commander
    • (COMFIFTHFLT) and NCTS Naples (25E) or NCTAMS Pac (109E) depending on which
    • satellite they wish to access. NCTS Bahrain does not provide INMARSAT services. INMARSAT is backhauled through NCTS Naples
    • -(COMMERCIAL WIDEBAND SATCOM PROGRAM/COMMERCIAL BASEBAND SATCOM PROGRAM) NCTS Bahrain does not provide CWSP/CBSP services. CWSP/CBSP are backhauled through NCTAMS Lant via HSGR (High Speed Global Ring)
    • -Unit submits SAR (Satellite Access Request) to area commander (COMFIFTHFLT) for
    • validation. Once C5F has validated mission, RSSC (Regional Satcom Support Center)
    • will generate a SAA (Satcom Authorization Approval) which authorizes a unit to come up on an SHF access at a specified time
  116. Define and state the purpose of KM
    KM refers to a range of practices used by organizations to identify, create, represent, and distribute knowledge for reuse and learning across the organization
  117. ASI
    Authorized Service Interruption is a coordinated downtime/maintenance window for infrastructure related activities with the potential of impacting the operation and/or availability of WAN services provided by DISA (Defense Information Systems Agency). There are three types of ASI’s (emergency, urgent and routine). Some examples include modifications to hardware, firmware, software, or device configurations
  118. Define and state the purpose of AESOP
    • AFLOAT ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM OPERATIONS PROGRAM is a computer program designed to automate frequency planning for radar and weapons systems as well as the
    • process of generating communications plans
  119. Define and state the purpose of the CCS
    COMMUNICATIONS CONTROL SHIP is normally a CV/CVN or LHA/LHD that is responsible for ALL communications within an assigned Carrier Strike Group (CSG) or Amphibious Readiness Group (ARG)
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