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  1. White Hat
    1852
  2. CPO Instated
    April 01, 1893
  3. Anchors Aweigh
    1906
  4. Who wrote Anchors Aweigh?
    Lt. Andrew Zimmerman
  5. Pearl Harbor
    Dec 7th, 1941
  6. Birthday of the SeaBees?
    March 05, 1942
  7. Battle of Coral Sea
    May 08, 1942
  8. 4 ORM Principles
    • Accept risk when benefit outweighs the cost.
    • Accept no unnecessary risk
    • Anticipate risk by planning
    • Make risk decisions at the right level.
  9. Birthday of the Navy
    Oct 13, 1775
  10. Mishap Investigation
    Find out what happened, whatwent wrong, what could’ve been done to prevent it and prevent future occurence.
  11. Safety standdown
    Quarterly or as needed.
  12. What US Ship was lost during the battle of the Coral Sea?
    USS Lexington
  13. What is significant about the battle of Coral Sea?
    • Prevented invasion of Australlia
    • Neither fleet saw each other the battle was fought by aircraft carriers.
  14. Battle of Midway?
    June 6th 1942
  15. What is significant about the battle of Midway?
    Turning point of the Pacific War
  16. What US ship was lost during the battle of Midway?
    USS Yorktown
  17. What Japanese Ships were lost during the battle of Midway?
    Hiryu, Akagi, Kaga, and Soryu
  18. Qualities of the Marine Corps and Navy
    • Flexability
    • Readiness
    • Mobility
    • Self Sustainability
  19. When was D-Day?
    June 6th 1944
  20. What is significant about D-Day?
    Largest amphibious assault in history.
  21. MT SURUBACHI FLAG RAISING?
    FEBRUARY 23, 1945
  22. EXPEDITIONARY COMBAT COMMAND ESTABLISHED?
    OCTOBER 1 2005
  23. Who created the Seabees?
    Adm. Ben Morell
  24. NAVAL VESSEL PROTECTIVE ZONE, HOW FAR IS IT AND LENGTH A NAVAL VESSEL MUST BE TO SUPPORT IT?
    • JUNE 15 2002
    • 500yds, AND GREATER THAN 100FT
  25. Who is the Secretary of Defense?
    Chuck Hagel
  26. Who is the Secretary of the Navy?
    Ray Maybus
  27. Department of the Navy?
    April 30th, 1798
  28. Current MCPON
    Michael D. Stevens
  29. First MCPON
    GMC Delbert Black
  30. SCPO & MCPO ESTABLISHED?
    JUNE 1, 1958
  31. MCPON ESTABLISHED
    MARCH 1, 1967
  32. CNO
    Adm. Greenert
  33. When/Where was the USS Cole incident and how many sailors died?
    • Oct 12, 2000
    • Yemen
    • 17
  34. BEEP?
    BATTALION EQUIPMENT EVALUATION PROGRAM (FACE 2 FACE DISCREPANCY PROGRAM)
  35. CT
    Cypher Text
  36. KOCOA?
    • Keys of Terrain
    • Observations and Fields of Fire
    • Cover and Concealment
    • Obstacles to Movement
    • Avenues of Approach
  37. BAMCIS
    • Begin Planning
    • Arrange Recon
    • Make Recon
    • Complete Plan
    • Issue Order
    • Supervise
  38. SMEAC
    • Situation
    • Mission
    • Execution
    • Admn & Logistics
    • Command and Signal
  39. OODA
    • Observe
    • Orient
    • Decided
    • Act
  40. SAFE
    • Secure Area
    • Automatic Weapons
    • Fields of Fire
    • Entrenchments
  41. MOPP
    Mission Oriented Protection Posture
  42. EEFI
    Essential Elements of Friendly Information
  43. PCPPD (5 Steps Intel Cycle)
    • Planning and Directing
    • Collecting
    • Processing
    • Produceing
    • Dissemination
  44. 4 Types of Base Layout (BLUE)
    • Base
    • Logistics
    • Unit
    • Expeditionary
  45. CESE
    Civil Engineer Support Equipment
  46. MOC
    MIUWO OPERATION CENTER
  47. CMEL
    Combined Maintenance Engineering Logistics
  48. CHRIMP
    Consolidated Hazardous Material Reutilization Inventory and Management Program
  49. Definition of Deadly Force
    The force that a person uses, causing or that person knows, or should know would create a substantial risk of causing death, or serious bodily harm.
  50. ROC/POE
    • Required Operational Capacity
    • Projected Operational Environment
  51. AEL/ACR
    • Allowance Equipage List
    • Allowance Change Request
  52. MOV
    Material Obligation Validation
  53. NIS
    Not in Stock
  54. LOAC
    Laws of Armed Conflict (How we treat EPWs)
  55. EPW
    Enemy Prisoner of War
  56. MOV
    Material Obligation Validation (Every 30 Days)
  57. NIN
    National Item Identification Number
  58. TPFDD
    • Time Phase Force Deployment Data
    • 45 Days by Air
    • 60 Days by Sea
  59. FEBA
    Forward Edge Battle Area
  60. FDA
    Foward Defense Area
  61. RAM
    Random Anti-Terrorism Measures
  62. MPF
    Maritime Preposition Force
  63. MSC
    Military Sealift Command
  64. SORTS
    Status of Resources and Training System

    • -once a month or as needed
    • -give status report to Big Navy
    • on resources and training/manning issues
  65. EDVR
    Enlisted Distribution Verification Report
  66. NTTP
    Navy Techniques and Tactics Procedures
  67. NWP
    Naval Warfare Publication
  68. NAAK
    Nerve Agent Antidote Kit
  69. CANA
    Compulsive Antidote Nerve Agent
  70. JSLIST
    Joint Services Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology
  71. COSBAL/COSAL
    Consolidated Shore Based Allowance List

    Consolidated Shipboard Allowance List
  72. HMMWV?
    HIGH MOBILE MULTI WHEELED VEHICLE
  73. EPIRB
    EMERGENCY POSITION INDICATING RADIO BEACON
  74. FATCOC?
    • Flammables/Combustible
    • Aerosol
    • Toxic Material
    • Corrosive Material
    • Oxidizer
    • Compressed Gasses
  75. MCPON Stars on rating Badge:
    4
  76. OREP
    Operational Report
  77. OPLAN/OPORD
    • OPLAN-operational plan, future mission,
    • OPORD-operational order, mission to carry out passed by senior commanders, “oplan in effect”
  78. Naval messaging vs. email
    • Naval messaging=formal message
    • communications

    Email=informal communications
  79. LOGREQ
    • Sent 72 hours prior to mooring to request supplies, etc. from host nation
    • 24 hours here
  80. N Codes
    • N1 Admin
    • N2 Intel
    • N3 Ops
    • N4 Supply
    • N6 Comms
    • N7 Trainning
    • N8 Weapons
    • N43 Maintenance
  81. Qualities of Maritime Prepositioing Force
    • -permits rapid deployment into secure areas where force introduction is essentially unopposed and expected to remain so through arrival and assembly phase
    • -mobility/flexibility/quick concentration of forces in specific area
    • -employ MAGTF (Marine Air Ground Task Force)
    • -3 places (Naples, Guam, Diego Garcia)-13 ships
  82. EEFI Codes
    • 01-Position
    • 02-Capabilities
    • 03-Operations
    • 04-Electronic Warfare
    • 05-Personnel
    • 06-COMSEC
    • 07-Wrong Circuit
  83. Transmission Ranges

    Low, Medium, High, HPA
    Low- 200m-400m

    Medium- 400m-5km

    High- 5km-10km

    HPA- 10 km-40km
  84. C41
    • Prowords
    • Phonetic Alphabet/Numbers
  85. Freqs
    HF 3 MHZ- 30 MHz

    VHF 30 MHZ- 300 MHz

    UHF 300 MHz- 3 GHZ

    SHF 3 GHz- 30 GHz
  86. C-5 Galaxy
    • 2 Ramps For Loading Forward and Aft
    • Equipment and Troops
    • Largest Plane
    • Intertheater (strategic)
  87. C-17 Globemaster
    Intertheater (Strategic)
  88. C-130 Hercules
    Intratheater (Tactical)
  89. KC-10
    • Extender-Refueling
    • Can Also Carry Personel
    • Intertheater
  90. KC-135
    • Stratotanker Refueling
    • Intertheater (strategic)
  91. Non Oral Communication
    • Hand Signals
    • Whistles
    • Special
  92. 1 Short Blast of a Whistle
    Attention to Orders
  93. 1 Long Blast of a whistle
    Cease Fire
  94. 3 Long Blast
    Hostile aircraft/vehicle incoming
  95. Leach Field/ Absorption trench
    Run off for grey water.
  96. Camp work classifications (by priority)
    • 1. Safety
    • 2. Function
    • 3. Prevention
    • 4. Appearance
  97. Chlorinated water
    • common method of disinfecting potable water
    • 100/million
  98. Super-chlorinated water
    • 1000/Million
    • Used to disinfect water buffalo
  99. Amount of water average person consumes in camp
    25 gallons
  100. Six S's
    • Search
    • Secure
    • Silence
    • Segregate
    • Safeguard
    • Speed to Rear
  101. What can be found on the Enlisted Distribution Verification Report (EDVR)
    1-Prospective gains

    2-Prospective losses

    • 3-Personnel on board alphabetical
    • list of all members

    • OPLAN-operational plan, future
    • mission,

    • OPORD-operational order,
    • mission to carry out passed by senior commanders, “oplan in effect”
  102. Whats on the Page 2?
    Emergency Info, Next of Kin, Family, SGLI
  103. Whats on the Page 4?
    Quals, awards, and schools
  104. What on a page 13?
    Admin remarks both good or bad
  105. Whats on a Page 5?
    Its a list of UICs and Commands you've been too.
  106. Who are combatants?
    Uniformed enemy forces.
  107. Whats is LOAC used for?
    To determine how to treat EPWs.
  108. EPW
    Enemy Prisoner of War.
  109. Who are noncombatants
    Medical personnel, chaplains, civilians.
  110. Why was the US Navy setup?
    To stop British supply lines from reach America during the Revolutionary War. Setup by George Washington.
  111. When was EOD created and why?
    • 1943
    • To Clear the Beach French Beach Front for the allied invasion.
  112. NCW
    Naval Costal Warfare
  113. What is the purpose of NCW?
    provide closed beach maritime operations for support and protection of High Value Assets (HVA)-ex. Oil tanker, cargo ships
  114. NECC
    Naval Extraordinary Combat Command (10 Commands)
  115. EEFI Codes
    01-Position

    02-Capabilities

    03-Operations

    04-Electronic Warfare

    05-Personnel

    06-COMSEC

    07-Wrong Circuit
  116. What can effect comms?
    Power, terrain, weather, antenna, height, distance, environment
  117. Whats in your 782 gear?
    Biovac, PPE, Fighting Load
  118. Dimensions of a 1 man fighting position.
    • 1 x 1 M16
    • As deep as the persons armpits
    • 30 degree Grenade sump 1.5 feet deep
    • Water sump at 30 degrees
  119. Dimensions of a 2 man fighting position
    • 2 x 2 M16s
    • As deep as the tallest mans armpits
    • 30 degree Grenade sump, 1.5 feet deep
    • Firing step
    • Water sump at 30 degrees
    • Ammo shelf
  120. Hasty Skrimmishers
    Quick cover and conceal for dig in.
  121. What is the purpose of camouflage?
    To conceal yourself and your equipment from observation from enemies land and air forces.
  122. Can concealment be used as cover?
    No
  123. Can cover be used as concealment?
    Yes
  124. What are the 3 general rules of camouflage?
    • 1. Take advantage of all available natural concealment.
    • 2. Camouflage by altering form, shadow, texture, and color of the object.
    • 3. Camouflage against both air and ground observation.
  125. What actions do you take if you’re caught in the light of an overhead flare?
    Drop to the ground quickly and quietly.
  126. What do you do if your caught in a ground flare?
    Get out of the way quickly and quietly.
  127. What does SALUTE stand for?
    • Size
    • Activity
    • Location
    • Unit
    • Time
    • Equipment
  128. What does SPOT stand for?
    • Size
    • Position
    • Observation
    • Time
  129. Formation with most fire power front and flank.
    Wedge
  130. 12 Steps to Planning a Mission.
    • 1. Study Mission
    • 2. Plan Mission
    • 3. Study Terrain and Situation
    • 4. Organize Patrol
    • 5. Select personnel and equipment.
    • 6. Issue Warning order
    • 7. Coordinate
    • 8. Make Recon
    • 9. Complete detailed plans
    • 10. Issue Patrol Order
    • 11. Supervise
    • 12. Rehearse and reinspect.
  131. 3 types of wire entanglements
    • Tactical
    • Supplemental
    • Protective.
  132. What does tactical wire do?
    Funnels enemies into fields of fire.
  133. What does supplemental wire do?
    Conceals the wire by offsetting the pattern.
  134. What does Protective wire do?
    It is the last wire type and used as the camps defense.
  135. 7 justification of deadly force.
    • Self defense and defense of others.
    • Arrests and apprehensions
    • Escapes
    • Serious offenses against persons
    • Public safety and health
    • Assets of national security
    • Assets not involving national security but
    • inherently dangerous to others.
  136. 6 Steps in escalation of force.
    • Persence
    • Vebal
    • Soft Controls
    • Hard Controls
    • Intermediate Weapons
    • Deadly Force
  137. Two search patterns we use.
    • Sector
    • Expanding square
  138. How many people in a rifle team and who are they?
    • Rifle Man 1 & 2
    • Automatic Rifle Man
    • Fire team leader
  139. What is tanglefoot used for?
    To delay or trip up the enemy.
  140. What is the weight of the Sea Ark?
    21000 lbs
  141. What is the Sea Arks length?
    37 feet with crash bar 34 without
  142. What is the width of the Sea Ark?
    12 feet with Sponson 10 without
  143. What is in your NAAK?
    Mark 1 kit consists of: 3 atropine auto injectors, 3 2PAM Cl auto injectors, plastic clip, and foam carrying case.
  144. SDK
    Skin Decontamination Kit
  145. Casualty agents
    -nerve, blister, choking, and blood agents
  146. M-9 paper
    turns red for liquid nerve or blister agents
  147. M-8 Paper
    • Yellow - gold =G (nerve) agent
    • Red - pink =H (blister) agent
    • Dark green =V (nerve agent
  148. How do you use the NAAK?
    • inject 1 atropine, 1 2Pam Cl to yourself; hold for 10 seconds
    • 10-15 min later=inject another set of each to yourself; hold for 10 seconds
    • Place empty needles in your breast pocket
    • 10-15 min later= buddy injects you with 3rd set
    • -Corpsman inject sets 4 and 5
  149. MOPP Steps
    • 0. Gear within reach
    • 1. Don suit
    • 2. Don Boots
    • 3. Don Mask
    • 4. Don Gloves
  150. 3 types of decon
    Immediate-personnel

    Operational-keep operations

    Thorough-detailed overall decontamination
  151. DRMO
    Defense Reulitization Material Office
  152. 1149
    Transfer of ownership
  153. 1250-1
    NSN Line Requisition
  154. 1250-2
    Non NSN Line Requisition
  155. DD 200
    Lost or Stolen Item
  156. DD 1348
    Requisition Follow up
  157. SF 364
    Report of Deficiency
  158. SF 368
    Quality Deficiency Report
  159. NRFI
    Not Ready for Issue
  160. Max Range M9
    1800 m
  161. Max Range of 50 cal
    • 6767 m
    • 7400 y
  162. Max Range of 240
    3725
  163. Max Range of M4
    3600 M
  164. Max Effective Range M9
    50 m
  165. Max Effective Range of M4
    500 M
  166. Max Effective Range 240 Point
    800 M
  167. Max Effective Range 240 area
    1800 M
  168. Max Effective Range of 50
    1829 m
  169. TOA
    Table of Allowance
  170. OF-346
    Government License
  171. RSSC
    Radar Sonar Surveillance Center
  172. 4 Terrorist Threat Levels
    • 1. Low (None)
    • 2. Moderate (Present but no Anti-US)
    • 3. Significant (Anti-US Presence, operationally active)
    • 4. High (Active)
  173. GDFS
    Graphical Date Fusion System
  174. AIS
    Allied Identification System
  175. File Convoy
    Single Line Convoy
  176. Offset Convoy
    2 Left, 2 Right, 2 Left
  177. Staggered Convoy
    Right, Left, Right, Left
  178. Inverted T convoy
    Upside down T
  179. Diamond Convoy
    Convoy in shape of diamond
  180. What is a check point?
    Point along route you are directed to pass through
  181. Critical Point?
    Point where you are vulnerable of attack
  182. Short halts
    • Check for IEDs with 5 and 25 checks
    • Scan for enemies with weapon
  183. Distance from Mess Tent to Latrine
    300 Ft
  184. Distance from Mess Tent to Berthing?
    200 Ft
  185. Berthing to Latrine?
    200 ft
  186. Food to Grey Water?
    200 ft
  187. Food/Latrine/Berthing to road?
    15 Ft?
  188. Food/Latrine/Berthing to fuel?
    300 ft

  189. Alpha Flag
    Diver in the water keep clear.

  190. Bravo Flag
    I am taking on or discharging dangerous materials.

  191. Papa Flag
    All personnel report to vessel.

  192. Oscar Flag
    Man Overboard

  193. Lima Flag
    Stop your vessel immediately.
  194. What is proportional force?
    Force level matches threat level.
  195. Asylum
    Permanent acceptance into the country, granted by US govt
  196. Temporary refugee
    Granted by CO, protect refugees from political or social persecution or war and natural disaster
  197. 240 Round
    7.62
  198. M4 Round
    5.56
  199. 50 Cal Round Types
    • 1.Tracer
    • 2. Ball
    • 3. Armor Piercing
    • 4. Jacketed Semi Armor Piercing
    • 5. Incendiary
  200. Asylum here in Kuwait
    Asylum can only be granted in an Exclusive US territory, here in Kuwait Asylum will be left to the Kuwait Government, though in extreme circumstances Temporary Refuge can be granted by Commanders.
  201. Types of Bleeding
    • Arterial
    • Veinous
    • Capillary
  202. NECC Established
    Jan 13, 2006
  203. RUAD:
    Reserve unit assignment document.
  204. Bio: Triangle
    Is blue BIO letters
  205. Radiological: Triangle
    Triangle is white with black letters OTOM
  206. Chemical: Triangle
    Is yellow with red letters GAS
  207. ADDRAC
    • Alert
    • Direction
    • Description
    • Range
    • Assignment
    • Control
  208. 5100.28
    HMUG
  209. 4790.4D
    3M MATERIAL
  210. SINGS OF SHOCK:
    Sweaty but cool skin, paleness of skin, thirst, pulse is week and rapid,  breathing is irregular, vomiting.
  211. TREATMENT OF SHOCK
    Keep the casualty calm, try to prevent the casualty from seeing the injury, If is possible place the casualty on the stretcher or bed and  raise the lower end 12 inches.
  212. WHO CONDUCTS MISHAP INVESTIGATIONS?
    JAG, NCIS
  213. PHASES OF TERRORIST ATTACK?
    • 1.    Target Options
    • 2.    Selection Surveillance
    • 3.    Target Selection
    • 4.    Detailed Surveillance
    • 5.    Training and preparation
    • 6.    The Attack
  214. WHAT DOES PLGR & DAGR STAND FOR?
    • 1.    Precision Light weight GPS Receiver
    • 2.    Defense Advance GPS Receiver
  215. WHAT ARE THE 3 GDFS ALERTS?
    • 1.    System (S)
    • 2.    Track (T)
    • 3.    Area (A)
  216. DRAWD
    Defend Relocate Augment Withdraw Delay
  217. RADHAZ
    Radiation Hazard
  218. TSP
    Tailor Sensor Platform
  219. 3 Types of handheld radios
    • XTS 5000
    • RF 310
    • PRC 152
  220. VULOS
    VHF, UHF, LINE OF SIGHT
  221. What does TSP provide?
    • AIS
    • TIS
    • VIS
    • Radar and GPS
  222. TIS
    Thermal imaging sensor
  223. VIS
    Visual imaging sensor
  224. What are the parts of the RSSC
    • TSP
    • MPHT
    • CCP
    • Cargo Trailer
    • 67 SatCom System
  225. CCP
    Command Control Platform
  226. MPHT
    Mobile-power HVAC Trailer
  227. What does the CCP do?
    Holds 10 PRC 117s 2 PRC 150s
  228. On a fire team who clears out dead space?
    Grenadier
  229. Who is on the fire team?
    • Squad Leader
    • Fire Team Leader
    • Grenadier
    • Automatic rifle man
    • Rifle man 1
    • Rifle man 2
  230. What do you use to load Crypto
    • SKL
    • CRZZE 10
  231. SKL
    Simple Key Loader
  232. Dimensions of 463 L pallet
    108 x 88 inches
  233. How much space do we use on the 463 L Pallet?
    104 x 84
  234. MIUWU
    Mobile Inshore Undersea Warfare Unit
  235. TOA
    Table of Allowance
  236. 9 Line Medevac
    • 1. Type (Emergency, Priority, Routine)
    • 2. Requesting Unit Call Sign
    • 3. Date Time Group
    • 4. LZ or Pickup Cords
    • 5. Numbers (WIA, KIA, SICK, Other)
    • 6. Pick up Doctor or Corspman at LZ
    • 7. Airborne Medical assistance required (Y or N)
    • 8. LZ is marked (smoke, panels, lights, strobe)
    • 9 LZ Freq Designator and Call Sign
  237. Contents of Blow Out Kits
    • 1. Tourniquet
    • 2. Band-Aid
    • 3. Quick Clot Gauze
    • 4. Breathing Tube (with jelly)
    • 5. Emergency Trauma Gauze
    • 6. Petroleum Gauze
    • 7. Needle Decompression Kit
  238. .50 cal Condition 1
    • Ammo is in position on the feed tray.
    • Bolt locked to the rear.
    • Bolt latch release lock is up.
  239. .50cal Condition 3
    • Ammo is in position on the feed tray.
    • Chamber is empty.
    • Bolt is forward and bolt latch release lock is up.
  240. .50 cal Condition 4
    • Feed tray is clear of ammo.
    • Chamber is empty.
    • Bolt is forward and bolt latch release lock is up.
  241. M240 Condition 1
    • The bolt is locked to the rear.
    • The safety is on.
    • The source of ammunition is in position on the feed tray.
    • The cover is closed.
  242. M240 condition 3
    • The bolt is forward.
    • The chamber is empty.
    • The safety is off.
    • The source of ammunition is in position on the feedtray.
    • The cover is closed.
  243. M240 Condition 4
    • The bolt is forward.
    • The chamber is empty.
    • The safety is off.
    • The feed tray is clear of ammunition.
    • The cover is closed.
  244. Who makes the M4?
    Colt
  245. Who makes the M2HB (50 Cal)
    Browning
  246. Who makes the M240?
    F & N
  247. Who makes the M9?
    Beretta

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