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  1. 1. What does COSAL stand for?
    Coordinated Shipboard Allowance
  2. 2. What is the COSAL used for?
    To determine the items and quantities that should be stocked by the supply department to support the equipment on board.
  3. 3. What 2 listings does the COSAL contain?
    APL’s and AEL’s
  4. 4. What does APL stand for?
    Allowance Parts Listing
  5. 5. What is an APL used for?
    Lists repair parts and characteristics/descriptive data for each major component onboard
  6. 6. What does AEL stand for?
    Allowance Equipage Listing
  7. 7. What is the AEL used for?
    Lists items required for operation of the systems and/or the repair parts to support it
  8. 8. What does Validation mean (in reference to the COSAL)?
    APL and AEL’s are compared against the actual equipment
  9. 9. What is the 4790/CK and what is it used for?
    A configuration change form and its used to report equipment additions, removals, and errors
  10. 10. What does FCFBR stand for?
    Fleet COSAL Feed Back Report
  11. 11. What form is used for a Fleet COSAL Feed Back Report?
    NAVSUP Form 1371
  12. 12. When do you use an FCFBR?
    When there is an error on the APL or AEL
  13. 13. What does MOV stand for?
    Material Obligation Validation
  14. 14. What is MOV used for?
    To verify if backordered or outstanding items are still needed
  15. 15. What does DLR stand for?
    Depot Level Repairable
  16. 16. What does NRFI stand for?
    Non Ready For Issue
  17. 17. What is a turn in?
    A NRFI Carcass
  18. 18. What advice code is used when dealing with a one for one turn in?
    5G
  19. 19. What does RIP stand for?
    Remain In Place
  20. 20. When is RIP used for?
    When a part is authorized to remain in place until new part comes in
  21. 21. What does BAMS stand for?
    Battle Group Asses Management System
  22. 22. What is the BAMS used for?
    A database used to query the location of material on all units
  23. 23. What does MAMs stand for?
    Maintenance Assist Modules
  24. 24. What are MAMs used for?
    Troubleshooting
  25. 25. Where are MAMs stored?
    Custody of Department Head
  26. 26. What does UMMIPS stand for?
    Uniform Material Movement and Issue Priority System
  27. 27. What Does NSN stand for?
    National Stock Number
  28. 28. How many digits is the NSN?
    13 digits (4 digits FSC, 9 digits NIIN)
  29. 29. What does ASG stand for?
    Afloat Shopping Guide
  30. 30. What is the ASG Used for?
    To assist personnel in identifying the NSN items most frequently requested by ships
  31. 31. What is a 1348-1?
    Release Receipt Document
  32. 32. Name 3 things you are suppose to do when you sign a 1348-1?
    Circle, Sign, and Date
  33. 33. What does RPPO stand for?
    Repair Parts Petty Officer
  34. 34. Where is Stock Control located?
    2-122-1-Q
  35. 35. What is the purpose of a fleet freight/cargo message?
    To inform supply pipeline where to deliver/ship parts
  36. 36. What does CRIPL stand for?
    Consolidated Remain In Place List
  37. 37. What is the advice code for a Remain in Place item?
    5S
  38. 38. How are initial stock levels established?
    Stock levels are established based on applicable allowance list quantities
  39. 39. True or False. Remain in place items are only authorized if it is listed on CRIPL?
    True (some exceptions are authorized by the CAGMO to the SUPPO)
  40. 40. In reference to the UMMIPS the Supply Officer is required to ensure the combined total of issue group one and two don’t exceed what percentage of requests submitted?
    70%
  41. 41. What does ASI stand for?
    Automated Shore Interface
  42. 42. What is the significance of the ASI process?
    Equipment configuration updates, pen and ink changes, allowance updates are provided on magnetic media to update an automated ship’s files monthly
  43. 43. What does OPTAR stand for?
    Operating Target
  44. 44. What are the differences between the two components of OPTAR?
    • EMRM: Money dedicated for buying maintenance related parts.
    • OTHER: everything other that maintenance related parts
  45. 45. What is the purpose of the ship’s store?
    To provide low cost goods to sailors and to promote good morale
  46. 46. What is BDFA?
    Basic Dailey Food Allowance
  47. 47. When is the General Mess Operating Statement (NAVSUP 1358) Submitted?
    Within 10 days following the of each regular accounting period
  48. 48. What is the procedure for a lot/damaged/ or stolen part?
    Fill out DD form 200 (survey) annotating the part information, the steps taken to find/fix the part the actions to correct the issue in the future, the price of the item, route up chain of command.
  49. 49. What is FEDLOG used for?
    Technical research on a part. Provides NSN, Part Number, Price
  50. 50. What is a cognizance symbol (COG)?
    A two position numeric alpha code that identifies a stock numbered item with a Navy inventory manager of a specific material.
  51. 51. What does EIC stand for?
    Equipment Identification Code
  52. 52. What is EIC used for?
    7 character alphabetic-numeric code that identifies hardware item from the highest to lowest level
  53. 53. What division manages the COSAL?
    MSC (material support center)
  54. 54. What are the procedures for an open purchase?
    Obtain 3 quotes signed by the HOD and turn into S-1. Max $3,000
  55. 55. What publication makes Supply language understandable for an RPPO?
    409 MILSTRIP
  56. 56. What type of material is ordered directly through R-SUPPLY?
    Consumables
  57. 57. What type of material is ordered through OMMS-NG?
    Repairable
  58. 58. What are the 3 types of First Aid?
    Save Lives, Prevent Further Injury, Prevent Infection
  59. 59. How many first aid boxes are there onboard?
    90 first aid boxes
  60. 60. What color are the First Aid boxes?
    Gray with a Red Cross
  61. 61. What color are the Mass Casualty boxes?
    White with a Red Cross
  62. 62. Where are the Mass Casualty boxes located at?
    Hagar Bay and FWD/AFT mess decks
  63. 63. How many battle dressing stations are there?
    6 stations
  64. 64. Where are the battle dressing stations located?
    Forward, Forward Aux, Main, Flight Deck, Aft, and Aft Aux
  65. 65. What are the 3 types of stretchers on board?
    Army Litter, Reeves Sleeve, Stokes
  66. 66. What is the Breathe to Compression ratio for CPR?
    30:2
  67. 67. What is the appropriate depth compression for Adult CPR?
    1 1/2 to 2 inches
  68. 68. In regard to smoke inhalation, how long must a hose team member wait to return to duty after being treated?
    20 minutes
  69. 69. What is a Compound Fracture?
    When bone break the skin
  70. 70. What is the emergency number to call medical?
    222
  71. 71. Why do you notify the bridge during medical emergencies?
    Elevators
  72. 72. What is the rule of nines?
    System designed to determine percentage of burn on a patient
  73. 73. What is the Ratio for rescue breathing?
    1 breath every 6-8 seconds
  74. 74. What is triage?
    Process to identify patient categories during a mass casualty
  75. 75. What are the triage colors and what do they stand for?
    • Red-immediate
    • Yellow- Delayed
    • Green- Minimal
    • Black- Expectant
  76. 76. When would you use a tourniquet?
    Last resort to control bleeding
  77. 77. What needs to be done after applying a tourniquet?
    T placed on forehead and Time applied
  78. 78. For electrical shock victim, what is the 1st step after reporting the casualty?
    Secure the power
  79. 79. How many sides of the plastic dressing cover for a sucking chest wound is taped?
    3
  80. 80. Sucking chest wound, why is the victim placed on their side or sitting position for recovery?
    Promote the ease of breathing
  81. 81. Abdominal evisceration, why should you not touch the intestines or attempt to push them back into the body?
    To prevent infection
  82. 82. Who is the 3-M manager onboard CVN70?
    XO
  83. 83. Who sponsors the Navy’s 3-M program?
    CNO
  84. 84. What color is a Danger Tag?
    Red
  85. 85. What color is a Caution tag?
    Yellow
  86. 86. How often is an MRC with periodicity Q-2 required to be accomplished?
    Quarterly
  87. 87. What is the periodicity code R stand for?
    Situational
  88. 88. What best represents the main purpose of 3M?
    To ensure maximum equipment readiness meeting minimum specifications
  89. 89. What is the procedure in verifying a MRC against the work center PMS manual?
    MRC to MIP, MIP to LOEP, LOEP to the Change Page, check for the current force revision
  90. 90. What does MIP stand for?
    Maintenance Index Page
  91. 91. What does SPIMG stand for?
    Standard PMS Material Identification Guide
  92. 92. What is the SPMIG?
    5 digit cross reference used to identify each tool, parts, or material listed on the MRC
  93. 93. What computer based system does the USS Carl Vinson use to schedule, track, and assign PMS?
    SKED
  94. 94. What Sked PMS schedule shows all the Maintenance Requirements to be completed for the week?
    Weekly
  95. 95. What sheet is signed by the maintenance person after completion of the maintenance?
    13-week Report
  96. 96. Who annotates on the 13-Week Report or back page the reason for non-accomplishment of maintenance requirements?
    Work Center Supervisor
  97. 97. What color is a classified MRC?
    Pink
  98. 98. What are the conditions for a piece of equipment to be place in an IEM status?
    • When the equipment will be:
    • -Inactive for corrective maintenance
    • -Inactive for 30 days or more
    • -Stored at a location off of the ship
  99. 99. What are the authorized calendar periodicity codes?
    • - D- Daily
    • - 2D- Every 2nd Day
    • - 3D- Every 3rd Day
    • - W- Weekly
    • - 2W- Every 2nd Week
    • - 3W- Every 3rd Week
    • - M- Monthly
    • - 2M- Every 2nd month
    • - Q- Quarterly
    • - 4M- Every 4th Month
    • - S- Semi-Annually
    • - 8M- Every 8th Month
    • - A- Annually
    • - 18M- Every 18 Months
  100. 100. What is the Forces Afloat Safety Manual?
    OPNAVINST 51000.19E
  101. 101. When is a supplemental form (OPNAV 4790/2l) used?
    When the work candidate request needs a drawing to accomplish the maintenance
  102. 102. What documents or instructions must be used when HAZMAT is used in performing PMS?
    • HMUG
    • MSDS
  103. 103. What does the abbreviation FR stand for and how often is it issued?
    • FR= Force Revision
    • Used 4 times a year
  104. 104. What does the abbreviation IEM stand for?
    Inactive Equipment Maintenance
  105. 105. What does the acronym JSN stand for?
    Job Sequencing Number
  106. 106. What are the 3 parts of a Job Control Number?
    • -Unit identification Code (UIC for CVIN: 07993)
    • -Work Center
    • -Job Sequencing Number (4 digit number that starts at 0001)
  107. 107. What color is an OUT OF COMMSSION label?
    Red
  108. 108. What Color is an OUT OF CALIBRATION label?
    Orange
  109. 109. Who does the maintenance person notify when there is a problem conducting PMS?
    WCS
  110. 110. What provides a listing of maintenance index pages assigned to each work center?
    LOEP
  111. 111. Name the Ship’s Maintenance Management System Manual.
    OPNAVINST 4790.4C
  112. 112. Who is the 3M Functional Manager on board?
    3-M Coordinator
  113. 113. If an MRC requires a maintenance person of a certain rate to perform maintenance, can someone of another rate be assigned to perform the maintenance?
    Yes, if the MP possesses the required skill set
  114. 114. When an MRC calls for a certain NEC for the maintenance person to perform the maintenance can anyone else be assigned the maintenance?
    NO
  115. 115. What is the four-digit code located at the lower right corner of the MRC used in cataloging MRC’s?
    SYSCOM MRC Control Number
  116. 116. What is a technical bulletin containing information about material’s composition, chemical, and physical characteristics, health and safety hazards, and precautions for safe handling and use?
    Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
  117. 117. How many weeks worth of 13 week accountability logs are required to be maintained in the 13-week accountability file?
    14…13 previous weeks + current week
  118. 118. Who maintains the PMS master file?
    3-M Coordinator (3MC)
  119. ENGINEERING
  120. 119. How many A/C’s do we have onboard?
    10
  121. 120. What type of A/C’s do we have onboard?
    363 Ton York A/C
  122. 121. How many refrigeration plants do we have onboard?
    5
  123. 122. What type of refrigerant do the A/C’s use?
    R-236FA
  124. 123. What type of refrigerant do the reefer’s use?
    R-134A
  125. 124. Name the order of the A/C’s, forward to aft
    • a. 9 A/C: 7-25-0-E
    • b. 1 & 2 A/C and 1&2 Refer: 6-44-0-E
    • c. 5 A/C: 7-113-0-E – MMR #1
    • d. 6 A/C: 4-148-4-E – RAR #2
    • e. 7 A/C: 7-165-0-E – MMR #2
    • f. 3 & 4 A/C, 3,4 & 5 Refers: 6-180-0-E / 7-180-0-E – AFT A/C
    • g. 8 & 10 A/C: 5-200-2-E
  126. 125. What are the A/C’s used for?
    • a. Cool Ventilation
    • b. Cool Radars
    • c. Cool Portable Water
    • d. Cool Navigation Equipment
    • e. Cool RAM launchers
  127. 126. What are refers used for?
    To cool chill boxes/ freeze boxes/ photo store room
  128. 127. What does WRV stand for?
    Water Regulating Valve
  129. 128. What is the purpose of the WRV?
    It’s used to regulate cooling water passing through the condenser
  130. 129. What the 4 phases of the Refrigeration cycle?
    • 1. Compression: Takes 236FA & compresses to high temp./press. vapor
    • 2. Condensation: Vapor Condensed down to liquid
    • 3. Evaporation: Liquid goes to chiller & sprayed through tubes that remove heat from chill water
    • 4. Expansion: Washing back to vapor and goes back to cycle through
  131. 130. What is the COMPRESSOR known as?
    Heart of the System
  132. 131. What is the MICROPROCESSOR known as?
    Brain of the system
  133. 132. What is the cycle for cooling Reefers?
    • 1. Compression: Takes 134A & compresses to high temp./press. vapor
    • 2. Condensation: Vapor condenses down to liquid
    • 3. Receiver: Refrigerant collected and cooled
    • 4. Thermal Expansion Valve: Refrigerant does through TXV, where it gets metered to go into the evaporator
    • 5. Evaporation: Goes to chill box, back into vapor to restart cycle
  134. 133. What is O2N2?
    Liquid Oxygen and Liquid Nitrogen
  135. 134. How many O2N2 plants do we have onboard?
    2
  136. 135. Where are the O2N2 plants located?
    • a. FWD plant is Hangar Bay #1 – PORT Side
    • b. AFT plant is Hangar Bay #2 – STBD Side
  137. 136. What are some of the things we use LOX for?
    Breathing air for the pilots flying at high altitudes
  138. 137. What are some of the things we use Liquid Nitrogen for?
    Tires on jets
  139. 138. Name some PPE needed for handling Liquid Oxygen?
    Welder Gloves, Face Shield, Apron, LOX Suits, LOX boots
  140. 139. What does CHT stand for?
    Collecting, Holding, and Transfer
  141. 140. How many CHT tanks do we have on board?
    5
  142. 141. Where are they located at and how many at each location?
    FWD-3, MID-1, AFT-1
  143. 142. What type of gas is present with CHT?
    Hydrogen Sulfide
  144. 143. What are the different modes for CHT?
    • INPORT: Sewage goes to tank the to shore connection on pier
    • TRANSIT: 3 Miles, waste drains are diverted overboard
    • 12-Miles, solid drains are diverted overboard
    • UNDERWAY:50 Miles, oil waste is diverted overboard.
  145. 144. What is the primary use of the Catapults?
    Launch Aircraft
  146. 145. What is the location of the Catapult Accumulators?
    01 Level
  147. 146. What does CSC Stand for?
    Catapult Supervisory Control
  148. 147. What does CSC do?
    Controls steam is allowed for the catapults
  149. 148. What type of suppression system do we use for the Catapults?
    Steam Smothering
  150. 149. What are the methods for Steering the Ship?
    Bridge, Trick Wheel, Wrenches, Emergency Steering
  151. 150. What is special about each ACE (Air Craft Elevator)?
    • Elevator #1: Called Disneyland/ elevator can stop at mid-ride
    • Elevator #2: Nothing
    • Elevator #3: B & A Crane/ elevator has to be on hangar bay to operate B & A Crane
    • Elevator #4: Part of the Flight Deck/ PRI-Fly Controls suspend
  152. 151. What is the purpose of Degaussing?
    To reduce magnetization of the ship
  153. 152. Why is Degaussing important?
    To reduce ship’s radar signature
  154. 153. What is HP?
    High pressure 3500-4200 PSI
  155. 154. What is LP?
    Low pressure 80-120 PSI
  156. 155. What is the use of HP?
    Emergency generator start –up, weapons elevators
  157. 156. What is the use of LP?
    Propulsion Plant services ,control air back-up, tools, arresting gear
  158. REACTOR
  159. 157. Who was the father of naval nuclear power?
    Hyman G. Rickover
  160. 158. What was the first naval nuclear powered vessel?
    USS Nautilus 1955
  161. 159. What was the first nuclear powered surface ship?
    USS Long Beach 1961
  162. 160. What was the first nuclear powered air craft carrier?
    USS Enterprise 1961
  163. 161. Who is the Reactor Officer?
    CAPT. Feyedelum
  164. 162. What is a TLD?
    Thermo-luminescent dosimeter
  165. 163. What does a TLD do?
    Measures the radiation exposure received by a person wearing it
  166. 164. When are you required to wear a TLD?
    When in the propulsion plants while they are operating or in a posted “Radiation Area”
  167. 165. Where is the Reactor Controlled from?
    Enclosed Operating Station (EOS)
  168. 166. Who controls the RX?
    Reactor Operator
  169. 167. Who is in charge of EOS and the Propulsion Plant?
    Propulsion Plant Watch Officer (PPWO)
  170. 168. Who is the roving supervisory watch stander in charge of the propulsion plant?
    Propulsion Plant Watch Supervisor
  171. 169. Who is in charge of both Propulsion Plants and Engineering Spaces?
    Engineering Officer Of the Watch (EOOW)
  172. 170. Who is responsible for the Electric Plant?
    Load Dispatcher
  173. 171. Who does the EOOW report to?
    Officer of the Deck (OOD)
  174. 172. What is reactor SCRAM?
    Rapid shutdown of reactor
  175. 173. What does it mean for the Reactor to be “CRITICAL”?
    The reactor is operating and producing power
  176. 174. What does it mean for the Reactor to be “Shutdown”?
    Rods are inserted but no heat is being produced
  177. 175. What does cross-connected steam plants mean?
    Steam is being supplied to both propulsion plants from one reactor
  178. 176. What does dead in the water mean?
    A loss of both reactor, electric plants carried by EDG’s
  179. 177. What is Restricted Maneuvering doctrine?
    A state that the ship operates in to provide maximum propulsion, electrical, and navigational reliability
  180. 178. What does MTT stand for?
    Mobile Training Team
  181. 179. What does ORSE stand for?
    Operational Reactor Safeguards Exam
  182. 180. What does MTT and ORSE do?
    Evaluates RX Determent’s ability to safely operate the reactors
  183. 181. What does SPM stand for?
    Steam Plant Manual
  184. 182. What is RPM stand for?
    Reactor Plant Manual
  185. 183. What type of fuel do we use for the Reactors?
    Enriched Uranium
  186. 184. What does A4W stand for?
    Aircraft Carrier Core, 4th Design, Westinghouse
  187. 185. What type of design is the Reactor?
    Pressurized Water
  188. 186. How does the Reactor produce usable energy?
    Heat produced from fission is used to create steam; steam powers the turbines for electricity and propulsion
  189. 187. What are the advantages of Reactor power over fossil fuel?
    • -Refueled only twice in the ships life (every 25yrs)
    • -Allows more fuel to be carried onboard
    • -Does not produce waste on the air that would make it harder for planes to land
  190. 188. What does RC stand for?
    Reactor Controls
  191. 189. What does RE stand for?
    Reactor Electrical
  192. 190. What does RL stand for?
    Reactor Laboratory
  193. 191. What does RM stand for?
    Reactor Mechanical
  194. 192. What does RA stand for?
    Reactor Auxiliaries
  195. 193. Classify the Reduction Gears:
    • -Double Reduction
    • -Double Helical
    • -Articulated
    • -Locked Train
    • -Folded
  196. 194. What does GV stand for?
    Guard Valve
  197. 195. What does Trailed Shaft mean?
    Main engine guard valve is shut
  198. 196. What does ABT stand for?
    Automatic Bus Transfer
  199. 197. What does MBT stand for?
    Manual Bus Transfer
  200. 198. Why do we use 4160V system?
    Higher voltage, Lower current, Less equipment
  201. 199. What does EPCP stand for/
    Electrical Plant Control Panel
  202. 200. What is the Voltage Regulator Unit?
    Regulates voltage and provides voltage droop characteristic to share reactive loading
  203. 201. How does nuclear fission produce energy?
    Neutron absorbed by uranium splits into neutrons, protons, and gamma’s
  204. 202. How many LPAP’s do we have?
    9 LPAP’s
  205. 203. How many HPAC’s do we have?
    4 HPAC’s
  206. 204. How many reboilers are there?
    2
  207. 205. Where are the reboilers located?
    1A/4B Shaft Alley
  208. 206. Why do we use reboilers?
    To prevent contamination of the propulsion plant from sources
  209. 207. What are some loads off the reboiler?
    • -Laundry Steam
    • -Galley Steam
    • -Hot Water Heaters
  210. 208. What is a simplified Primary loop?
    Pump circulates through RX to S/G to cool RX and heat water in S/G for steam
  211. 209. How do we make potable water?
    Distilling Units (D/U)
  212. 210. Classify the D/U’s
    6stage, flash type, LP, 100gpd
  213. 211. How many D/U’s do we have?
    4
  214. 212. Where are the D/U’s located?
    • DU 1&2 = MMR #1
    • DU 3&4 = MMR #2
  215. 213. How much water is used for the propulsion plant per day?
    200,000 gpd
  216. 214. How do we produce electrical power onboard?
    Ship’s Service Turbine Generators
  217. 215. How Many SSTG’s do we have?
    4
  218. 216. Where are the SSTG’s located?
    • 1&2 = MMR #1
    • 3&4 = MMR #2
  219. 217. What are the SSTG’s rated at?
    4160V, 8MW
  220. 218. What is the back-up to the SSTG’s?
    Emergency Diesel Generators
  221. 219. How many EDG’s do we have?
    4
  222. 220. What is the primary purpose of the EDG’s?
    Supply power to Reactor Fill Pumps
  223. 221. What are the EDG’s rated at?
    4160V, 2MW
  224. 222. How many Main Engine engines do we have?
    4
  225. ANTI-TERRORISM
  226. 223. What is the Definition of deadly force?
    Force that a person uses causing, or that a person knows or should know would create a substantial risk of causing, death or serious bodily harm. Its use justified only under conditions extreme necessity, as a last resort, when all lesser means have failed or can not be reasonably employed.
  227. 224. What is FPCON Alpha?
    An increased general threat of possible terrorist activity against personnel or facilities
  228. 225. What is FPCON Bravo?
    An increased or more predictable threat of terrorist activity exists
  229. 226. What is FPCON Charlie?
    An incident occurs or intelligence is received indicating some form of terrorist action or targeting against personnel or facilities is likely
  230. 227. What is FPCON Delta?
    Attack is imminent
  231. 228. What does RAM stand for?
    Random Anti-Terrorism Measures
  232. 229. What is the goal of RAM?
    To deter, detect and disrupt terrorist attacks.
  233. 230. What are the 4 characteristics of Terrorist Operations?
    • -Urban Based
    • -Highly Mobile
    • -Well-Trained
    • -Covert
  234. 231. What is Urban-Based?
    Offers access to transportation, money-laundering mechanisms, communications systems and international contacts who can provide required travel documentation.
  235. 232. What is Highly-Mobile?
    Terrorists typically move frequently among cities and countries, not only to facilitate the planning and execution of operations, but also in search of safe havens and like-minded support.
  236. 233. What is Well-Trained?
    Terrorist groups train and rehearse extensively. Emphasis is on physical conditioning, effective use of weapons and explosives, tactics and combat techniques, clandestine operations, psychological warfare and survival skills.
  237. 234. What is Covert?
    The operational cells of most terrorist groups can operate in covert postures for extended periods. While this clandestine nature contributes to their flexibility and effectiveness, it also requires terrorist groups to maintain and support intricate operational systems, complete with personnel and assets.
  238. 235. What are the 4 categories of Terrorist Organizations?
    • 1. Planning and Preparation Cell
    • 2. Admin & Logistics
    • 3. Intelligence & Surveillance
    • 4. Operation Combat
  239. 236. What Cell Formulates the Operational Planning?
    Planning & Preparation
  240. 237. What Cell Provides financial support?
    Admin and Logistics
  241. 238. What Cell is the Eyes and Ears of the Terrorist Group?
    Intelligence and Surveillance
  242. 239. What cell includes bombers, shooters, and assassins?
    Operational Combat
  243. 240. What 3 zones add structure to defense in depth?
    • - Assessment zone
    • - Warning Zone
    • - Threat Zone
  244. 241. In what zone do security forces initially interact with contacts?
    Warning Zone
  245. 242. What is the innermost zone?
    Threat Zone
  246. 243. What does NVPZ stand for?
    Naval Vessel Protective Zone
  247. 244. How many yards must vessels stay away from US Naval Vessels?
    100 yards
  248. 245. At what yardage must all vessels operate at a minimum speed to maintain a safe course?
    500 yards
  249. 246. If a vessel wants to pass with in 100yards of a US Naval vessel, how do they contact official patrol?
    VHF Channel 16
  250. 247. What Is the Punishment for Violating Protection Zones?
    Up to 6 years in prison and fines up to $250,000
  251. 248. What are the four terrorist motivational categories?
    • - Separatist
    • - Ethnocentric
    • - Nationalist
    • - Revolutionary
  252. 249. What is the goal of a Separatist?
    Goal of separation from existing entities through independence, political autonomy, or religious freedom or domination
  253. 250. What motivational group promotes superiority of a race?
    Ethnocentric
  254. 251. What motivational group is based on loyalty or devotion to a nation?
    Nationalist
  255. 252. What motivational group is dedicated to the overthrown of a government?
    Revolutionary
  256. 253. What are some examples of a security alert?
    • - Bomb Threat
    • - Swimmer Attack
    • - Suspicious Package
    • - Shooter/ Hostage on Board
    • - Small boat attack
  257. 254. How many people are on the Response Task Force Team (RTFT)?
    6
  258. 255. What does ISF stand for?
    Import Security Force
  259. 256. What is Counter-Terrorism?
    Offensive measures taken to prevent, deter, and respond to terrorism.
  260. 257. What does ROE stand for?
    Rules of Engagement
  261. 258. Who trains the Ship’s force in every aspect of force protection to include security alerts?
    Anti-Terrorism Training Team (ATTT)
  262. 259. Who does the ATTWO report to?
    CDO
  263. 260. Who is responsible to the CO for developing and managing ATFP programs?
    Anti-Terrorism Officer (ATO)
  264. 261. Who typically executes the “AT” mission through the ATTWO?
    CDO
  265. 262. Who tactically employs command assets to defend a unit against terrorist attack when in port?
    ATTWO
  266. DECK
  267. 263. What type of anchor do we have onboard?
    MK2 Stockless
  268. 264. What is the color on the 2nd to last shot?
    Yellow
  269. 265. What color is the last shot?
    Red
  270. 266. What is the weight of the anchor?
    30 Tons
  271. 267. When anchoring, how much chain is paid out in relation to the depth of the water?
    5 to 7 times
  272. 268. How long is the chain in fathoms?
    15 fathoms
  273. 269. How long is the chain in feet?
    90 feet
  274. 270. What holds the ship when anchored?
    Weight of the Chain and Anchor
  275. 271. Which is larger, swing circle or drag circle?
    Swing circle
  276. 272. What does anchors aweigh mean?
    The anchor has been lifted from the bottom of the sea floor
  277. 273. What is the Bullnose?
    The forward most chock in the ship
  278. 274. What is the Bullnose used for?
    Towing
  279. 275. What does it mean to “dip the eye”?
    If two mooring lines are placed on the same bollard, the second one is led through the eye of the first, then placed on the bollard.
  280. 276. What is a Bit?
    A pair of heavy metal posts, fastened vertically on the deck to which mooring lines are secured
  281. 277. What is a bollard?
    Common pier fittings
  282. 278. What is a Chock?
    Metal fitting that serve as a fairlead for lines to a pier or other ships. There are open, closed, roller, and combination chocks.
  283. 279. What is a Capstan?
    Vertical drum used to increase the mechanical advantage while heaving around on a line.
  284. 280. Were can you find a Capstan?
    Where there are mooring lines
  285. 281. How far away from deck equipment must you stay away while handling line?
    4-6 feet
  286. 282. What does heave around mean?
    To apply tension on a line by hauling on it with a capstan or by hand
  287. 283. What does “Avast” mean?
    Stop/Cease
  288. 284. What is the stronger type of line, double braid or three strand?
    Double Braid
  289. 285. How do you measure line?
    Circumference
  290. 286. How do you measure wire/rope?
    Diameter
  291. 287. How many fueling stations do we have?
    4
  292. 288. What are the fueling stations?
    5,11,13,21
  293. 289. How many cargo stations do we have?
    4
  294. 290. What are the cargo stations?
    7,9,17,19
  295. 291. Where are the sliding pad eyes located?
    HB2 and HB3
  296. 292. What does SURF stand for?
    Standard Underway Replenishment Fixture
  297. 293. What does STREAM stand for?
    Standard Tensioned Replenishment Alongside Method
  298. 294. What are the three types of underway replenishment?
    CONREP, VERTREP, UNREP
  299. 295. Which fueling stations are double-probe receiving stations?
    5, 11, 13
  300. 296. What is so special about Station 21?
    Sending station (fuel transferring)
  301. 297. Who wears a yellow hard hat?
    Rig Captain
  302. 298. Who wears a white with red cross hard hat?
    Medical
  303. 299. Who wears a white with green cross hard hat?
    Safety
  304. 300. Who wears a brown hard hat?
    Winch Checker
  305. 301. Who wears a green hard hat?
    Signalman
  306. 302. Who wears a ballistic hard hat?
    Phone talkers
  307. 303. Who wears a red hard hat?
    Gunner’s Mate
  308. 304. Who wears a blue hat?
    Riggers
  309. 305. What is the P & D line?
    Phone and Distance line
  310. 306. How far apart are the markers on the P&D line?
    20FT
  311. 307. What are the colors of the markers’ on the P&D line?
    GRYBW (green, red, yellow, blue, white)
  312. 308. What are green chem. lights used for on UNREP station?
    Personnel
  313. 309. What is the standard speed of the ship during UNREP?
    12-16 knots
  314. 310. What kind of fuel do we receive at our receiving stations?
    JP5
  315. 311. Which is used during fueling transfer, highline or spanwire?
    Spanwire
  316. 312. How many RHIB boats do we have?
    2
  317. 313. What does RHIB stand for?
    Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat
  318. 314. What is a monkey line?
    Manrope used for personnel safety while raising and lowering the boat in case of sudden dropping of the boat
  319. 315. What % of body weight should you place on the monkey lines?
    75%
  320. 316. What is the sea painter and what is it connected to?
    A line used to make fast a boats bow and its connected to the RHIB
  321. 317. How many people does it take to man the oat davit?
    11
  322. 318. What is the Coxswain job?
    To know the boat’s physical characteristics, draft, and cargo and passenger capabilities in both fair weather and in foul.. Full charge of boat and crew, safety, cleanliness, and appearance of boat and crew.
  323. 319. Who has complete authority when in the RHIB?
    Coxswain
  324. 320. What is the speed of the ship when lowering the RHIB?
    5 knots
  325. 321. What type of davit do we have onboard?
    Vest Davit
  326. 322. How many boat booms do we have onboard?
    2
  327. 323. What is the purpose of a boat boom?
    To allow small boats to moor to the ship while staying way clear of the side
  328. 324. What is the primary means of Man Over Board recovery?
    HELO
  329. 325. Where is the Stern dock located?
    Aft end of the ship
  330. 326. Where is the FOCSLE located?
    Forward 02 Level
  331. 327. Where is the Accommodation ladder located?
    Aft end of fantail.
  332. NAVIGATION
  333. 328. What does GMT stand for?
    Greenwich Mean Time
  334. 329. What does DR stand for?
    Dead Reckoning
  335. 330. What does DIW stand for?
    Dead In Water
  336. 331. What is the difference between True Bearing and Relative Bearing?
    • True Bearing: Any bearing in relation to true north given from 000 to 359 degrees
    • Relative Bearing: Any bearing in relation to the ship given from 000 to 359 degrees
  337. 332. From What and Where are the navigation lights operated from?
    Telltale Panel on the Bridge behind the Helm
  338. 333. How many navigation lights are there?
    5
  339. 334. What are the navigation lights called and what are their color?
    • Port Running Light – RED
    • STBD Running Light – Green
    • FWD Masthead Light – White
    • AFT Masthead Light – White
    • Stern Light – White
  340. 335. Name one thing used during a man overboard
    Oscar Flag, Search Light, Life Ring, Smoke Float
  341. 336. What is the Stands called that house gyro repeaters for true bearing and fixed compass card for relative bearing?
    Pelorus Stands
  342. 337. What is the name of the tool that QM’s use in conjunction with the pelorus to obtain bearing to visual navigation aids during transits through restricted waters?
    Telescopic Alidade
  343. 338. What is the Job of the QMOW?
    To maintain navigation plot and be the eyes, ears and voice of the Navigator when he is not present
  344. 339. What is the job of the Conning Officer?
    To verbally drive the ship by giving rudder orders and speed orders to the helmsman and lee helmsman
  345. 340. What day shapes are flown for restricted maneuvering?
    Ball-Diamond-Ball
  346. 341. What day shapes are flown for vessel aground?
    Ball-Ball-Ball
  347. 342. What day shapes are flown for vessel not in command?
    Ball-Ball
  348. 343. What day shape is flown for vessel at anchor?
    Ball
  349. 344. What day shape is flown for vessel constrained by draft?
    Cylinder
  350. 345. What lights are operated on the mast during a man overboard?
    Red on Red Flashing
  351. 346. What lights are operated on the mast during restricted maneuvering?
    Red over white over red
  352. 347. What lights are operated on the mast during vessel at anchor?
    Red
  353. 348. What lights are operated on the mast during vessel not under command?
    Red over Red
  354. 349. What lights are operated on the mast during vessel aground?
    Red over Red over Red
  355. 350. What are the 4 flags flown during UNREP?
    Golf, Romeo, Bravo, Prep
  356. 351. What tool is the tool used by QM’s to obtain L.O.P.’s from celestial bodies?
    Marine Sextant
  357. 352. What tool is used by the QM’ to quickly plot L.O.P.’s during navigation details?
    Parallel Motion Protractor (PMP)
  358. 353. How is the radius of the drag circle calculated for a planned anchorage?
    Scope of the chain let out + Distance from the hawespipe to the center pelorus on the bridge
  359. 354. How is the radius of the swing circle calculated for a planned anchorage?
    Scope of the chain let out + to the length of the ship
  360. 355. What shape is an electronic fix?
    Triangle
  361. 356. What shape is a visual fix?
    Circle
  362. 357. What shape is a DR fix?
    Semi-Circle
  363. 358. What is an emergency breakaway?
    When the ship separates itself from alongside another ship during UNREP using max rudder to turn and max propulsion for speed
  364. 359. What type of breakaway does our ship do after an UNREP?
    Accelerated standard breakaway
  365. 360. Why doesn’t our ship do an emergency breakaway?
    We would collide to other ship due to our pivot point located at 100 frame
  366. 361. What is the term passed to the bridge that must be logged into the deck log and also passed to the signal bridge so that flag romeo can be lowered, signifying that we are officially alongside the other ship?
    “Messenger in Hand”
  367. 362. What is another term for the Ensign that is flown from the main truck while underway?
    The steamer
  368. 363. What 3 times are the commissioning pennants aren’t flown?
    • 1-Precom
    • 2-Decom
    • 3-When admiral flag is flying
  369. 364. Which lines run north and south, meet at the poles and are measured east and west; latitude or longitude?
    Longitude
  370. 365. What is the auxiliary conning station used for?
    Alongside operations during unreps and mooring operations
  371. 366. What are some tools used by the QMOW?
    Chart, pencil, PMP, compass, erasure, signal flags, marine sextant, day shapes, telescopic alidade
  372. 367. What does GPS stand for?
    Global Positioning System
  373. 368. What is the speed of wind for it to be considered a hurricane?
    64 + knots
  374. 369. What is a fathometer?
    Measures depth of water
  375. 370. What is a clinometer?
    Measures the list
  376. 371. What is the barometer?
    Measures the amount of moisture in the air
  377. 372. What is the helm used for?
    Steering the ship
  378. 373. What is the lee helm used for?
    Control speed of the ship
  379. 374. What is the Alpha flag used for?
    Divers in the water
  380. 375. What is the Bravo flag used for?
    Fuel/Ammo transfer
  381. 376. What is the Foxtrot flag used for?
    Fix Wing and Helo Ops
  382. 377. What is the Golf flag used for?
    Guide Ship
  383. 378. What is the Hotel flag used for?
    Helo ops
  384. 379. What is the India flag used for?
    Nesting Ships
  385. 380. What is the Kilo flag used for?
    Personnel working aloft
  386. 381. What is the Lima flag used for?
    Hazardous of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordinance (HERO)
  387. 382. What is the Oscar flag used for?
    Man Overboard
  388. 383. What is the Papa flag used for?
    Personnel Recall
  389. 384. What is the Quebec flag used for?
    Boat Recall
  390. 385. What is the Romeo flag used for?
    Ready to receive a ship alongside
  391. 386. What is the Uniform flag used for?
    Anchoring
  392. 387. What is the Five flag used for?
    Breakdown
  393. 388. What is the Starboard Pennant used for?
    Senior Officer Present Aboard
  394. 389. What is the Prep flag used for?
    15 Min to discharge
  395. 390. What is the 1st Substitute flag used for?
    Absence of Flag Officer
  396. 391. What is the 2nd Substitute flag used for?
    Absence of Chief of Staff
  397. 392. What is the 3rd flag used for?
    Absence of Commanding Officer
  398. 393. What is the 4th flag used for?
    Absence of civil Official
  399. OPERATIONS
  400. 394. What Radar do we have on board that provides a long range 3-D air search capability and what is its max range?
    SPS-48 / 220 NM / Bearing, Range, Altitude
  401. 395. What Radar provides you with long range 2-D air search capability and what is its max range?
    SPS-49 / 256 NM / Bearing and Range
  402. 396. What Radar provides you with long range 2-D Surface Search Radar and what is its max range?
    SPS-67 / 50 NM
  403. 397. What is the primary mission of the SPS-73 and what is its max range?
    Navigation Radar / 96 NM
  404. 398. What radar is used as a carrier controlled approach search radar?
    SPN-43 / 50 NM
  405. 399. What does ASTAB display?
    Displays real time and non-real time digital information
  406. 400. What is the purpose of Link 4A?
    One or Two way computer-control communication between controlling TDS
  407. 401. What is the purpose of Link 11?
    High speed digital data link with exchange tracking information and weapons control orders
  408. 402. What is the purpose of Link 16?
    High speed digital UHF Satcomms link with anti-jam capabilities
  409. 403. What does ASTAB stand for?
    Automated Status Board
  410. 404. What does CVIC stand for?
    Carrier Intelligence Center
  411. 405. What does CDC stand for?
    Combat Directional Center
  412. 406. What does C4I stand for?
    Command, Control, Communication, Computer and Intelligence
  413. 407. What does CATCC stand for?
    Carrier Air Traffic Control Center
  414. 408. What does METOC stand for?
    Meteorological Center
  415. 409. What does ASMD stand for?
    Anti-Ship Missile Defense
  416. 410. What does EMCON stand for?
    Emission Control
  417. 411. What does ROE stand for?
    Rules of Engagement
  418. 412. What does the TAO stand for?
    Tactical Action Officer
  419. 413. What does SESS stand for?
    Ship Signal Exploitation Space
  420. 414. What does HARM stand for?
    High Speed Anti-Radiation Missile
  421. 415. What is the primary mission of the SLQ-32?
    Anti-Ship Missile Defense
  422. 416. What is the function of the Picket Ship?
    Track, ID, Report, and initiate interception of oncoming threat
  423. 417. What is the function of the E-2C Hawkeye?
    Early Warning
  424. 418. Who is responsible for monitoring EMCON?
    EW’s or EMCON Control Station
  425. 419. What is the operating limit of the F/A 18?
    Max range of a deck launch interceptor is 160-180 NM
  426. 420. What is the AGM-84 Harpoon used for?
    Surface to Surface Engagement
  427. 421. How many SLQ-32 antennas do we have onboard and where are they located?
    2; Port FWD and STBD Mid above officer’s QD
  428. 422. What is the Gertrude used for?
    Underwater Telephone
  429. 423. What is the function of the SLQ-25 Nixie?
    To protect the ship from an acoustic homing torpedo
  430. 424. Who is the Operations Officer?
    CDR Troyer
  431. 425. How fast should a routine message be sent?
    6 hours
  432. 426. What radars do we use in CATCC?
    • SPN-41 Bulls-eye
    • SPN-43 Marshall
    • SPN-46 Easy Rider
  433. 427. What are the 5 ladies?
    • Gertrude: under water phone
    • Tilly: B&A crane
    • Dolly: Link 4A
    • Nancy: Morse Code
    • Nixie: Torpedo counter measure (SLQ-25)
  434. 428. What type of aircraft do we have on board and what is its primary mission?
    • SH-60: Under Sea Warfare
    • FA-18: AA/AS
    • EA-6B: Jammer
  435. 429. How many EMCON condition do we have and what are they?
    5 Conditions: A, A1, B, C, D
  436. 430. What does the TAO do?
    Has authority by the CO to release point defense weapons
  437. 431. What is a CASREP?
    Casualty Report on ship’s status. Message when equipment fails/ accidents/ disasters on material or person. Passes 48 hrs
  438. 432. What are 4 categories of a CASCOR?
    C1(ok but need repair), C2, C3, C4 (down hard)
  439. 433. What is a CASCOR?
    CASREP has been Corrected
  440. 434. What is bead window?
    Called on external net when transmission is a violation
  441. 435. What does the term Gingerbread mean?
    Intruder on the line
  442. 436. What is CART?
    • Command Assessment of Readiness Training
    • (CO/ISO/ATG Conduct “on the Spot” training)
  443. 437. What does TSTA stand for?
    • Tailored Ship’s Training Availability
    • (focus on ship’s integrated teams)
  444. 438. What is FEP?
    Final Evaluation Problem
  445. 439. What are some factors that would effect radar operations?
    Weather, Atmospheric Conditions, Antenna height, and Sea Return
  446. 440. What is the length of the ship?
    1115’ 4”
  447. 441. What is the length on the Flight Deck?
    1092’
  448. 442. Which voice/radio message is sent ASAP?
    Flash
  449. 443. How long should a priority message be sent?
    3 hours
  450. 444. What is the barricade on the flight deck?
    Emergency Aircraft Landing Net
  451. 445. How many arresting gear wires do we have?
    4
  452. 446. What is an amber deck?
    2 minutes to launch
  453. COMBAT SYSTEMS
  454. Acronyms:
    • 447. CSOSS: Combat System Operational Sequencing System
    • 448. CSOOW: Combat System Officer Of the Watch
    • 449. CSRO: Combat System Readiness Officer
    • 450. CWO: Communication Watch Officer
    • 451. IFF: Identify Friend Or Foe
    • 452. EMCON: Emission Control
    • 453. TACAN: Tactical Air Navigation
    • 454. RADAR: Radio Detection and Ranging
    • 455. SONAR: Sound Navigation and Ranging
    • 456. HERO: Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordinance
    • 457. CIWS: Close-In weapons System
    • 458. RAM: Rolling Airframe Missile
    • 459. SSDS: Ship’s Self Defense System
    • 460. POTS: Plain Old Telephone System
    • 461. TVDTS: Television Direct to Sailor
    • 462. HYDRA: Hierarchical Yet Dynamic Reprogrammable Architecture
    • 463. DDRT: Digital Dead Reckoning Tracer
  455. Locations:
    • 464. RAM Launchers: FWD-Port AFT- Starboard
    • 465. NATO Launchers: FWD- Starboard AFT- Port
    • 466. CIWS Mounts: FWD- Starboard AFT- Port
    • 467. WSC-8 Antenna: AFT- Port
    • 468. HF Receive Antenna: Belknap Pole
    • 469. WQC 2A Transducers: 7th Deck forward most frame
    • 470. Pitsword: Pump Room #2 by FWD mess decks/sailor phones
    • 471. Fathometer: Pitsword Trunk
    • 472. Sea Valve: Pitsword Trunk
    • 473. WSN-7: FWD & AFT IC
    • 474. CSMC: 03-113-2-Q
    • 475. Main Comm: 03-108-0-C
    • 476. Unclass Network: ADP
  456. 477. What is the purpose of CSOSS?
    Combat systems equipment to maximize up time and minimize down time
  457. 478. What is watch station Condition 5?
    • -CSOOW
    • -CSOSS Technician
  458. 479. What is watch station Condition 3?
    • - TAO
    • - CSOOW
    • - CSOSS Area Supervisor
    • - CSOSS Technician
  459. 480. What is watch station Condition 1?
    • - TAO
    • - CSRO- In CDC/ Ensign Cabrera
    • - CSOOW
    • - CSOSS Area Supervisor
    • - CSOSS Technician
  460. Area Supervisor and Their Equipment:
    • 481. ESS- Electronics Systems Supervisors (LINK 11 / SSDS)
    • 482. ICS- Interior Communications Supervisor (1MC / PHONES)
    • 483. ISS- Information Systems Supervisor (ADP)
    • 484. RSS- Radar Systems Supervisor (WSN-7)
    • 485. WSS- Weapons Systems Supervisor (SPQ-9B)
    • 486. XCS- External Communications Supervisor (HYDRA)
  461. 487. What is the purpose of fire control?
    To direct ordinance to strike a desired target
  462. 488. What are the warfare areas that utilize missiles?
    Air Warfare, Undersea Warfare, Surface Warfare, Strike Warfare
  463. What are the Max Ranges for the following?
    • 489. CIWS: 1 NM
    • 490. RAM: 4 NM
    • 491. ESSM: 9 NM
    • 492. Harpoon: 60 NM
    • 493. Tomahawk: 1350 NM
  464. 494. What is the fire control radar and its max range?
    SPQ-9B / 80 NM
  465. 495. What did the SPQ-9B replace?
    TAS radar
  466. 496. What is SSDS?
    Interfaces radar information with CDC watch standers and Weapons Systems
  467. 497. What is a type of missile for ESSM?
    RIM 162D
  468. 498. What is a type of missile for RAM?
    RIM 116A
  469. 499. What is the CWIS characteristics used for Air Contacts?
    4500 rounds per minute
  470. 500. What is the CWIS characteristics used for Surface Contacts?
    3000 rounds per minute
  471. 501. What is the CWIS drum capacity?
    1550 Rounds
  472. 502. What are the CWIS rounds made of?
    Heavy metal tungsten / previously depleted uranium
  473. 503. How many .50 Cal gun mounts?
    9
  474. 504. What is a hang-fire?
    Delay in ignition
  475. 505. What is mis-fire?
    Failure of ignition
  476. 506. What is a hot-gun?
    Temperature is high enough to “cook off” rounds
  477. 507. What is a train warning circle?
    Painted 18” from farthest projecting point of a weapon launcher
  478. Acronyms:
    • 508. HE-PD: High Explosive Point Detonation
    • 509. HE-VT: High Explosive Variable Time
    • 510. HE-IR: High Explosive Infrared
    • 511. WP: White Phosphorus
  479. 512. What is blue band?
    Dummy round
  480. 513. What are the 4D’s of a Weapon System?
    Detection, Direction, Delivery, Destruction
  481. 514. What is the 4D step process for NATO engagement?
    • - Detection: SPQ-9B Or air search radars detect the contact and establish it’s position. This information is sent to SSDS
    • - Direction: SSDS relays target to NATO and the weapon system positions DIRECTORS to “PAINT” the target
    • - Delivery: Proper firing voltages are set, and one or more ESSM’s are fired to intercept the “painted” target
    • - Destruction: The missile intercept the target and either impact Skin to Skin or by Focused Blast
  482. 515. What is the 4D step process for RAM engagement?
    • - Detection: SPQ-9B Or air search radars detect the contact and establish it’s position. This information is sent to SSDS
    • - Direction: SSDS relays target to NRAM and the weapon system positions LAUNCHERS for the correct bearing and elevation
    • - Delivery: Proper firing voltages are set, and one or more RAM are fired
    • - Destruction: The missile intercepts the target and either impact Skin to Skin or by Focused Blast
  483. What are the frequencies?
    • 516. HF: High Frequency 3-30 MHZ
    • 517. VHF: Very High Frequency 30-300 MHZ
    • 518. UHF: ultra High Frequency 300MHZ - 3GHZ
    • 519. SHF: Super High Frequency 3-30GHZ
    • 520. EHF: Extremely High Frequency 30 – 300GHZ
  484. 521. What is HF used for?
    Long Range Comms / Link 11 Capabilities
  485. 522. What is VHF used for?
    Safe Navigation of the Ship
  486. 523. What is UHF used for?
    LOS and Sat Comms / Used for voice and data tactical communications
  487. 524. What is SHF used for?
    IP Services / Internet, Email, Phone
  488. 525. What is EHF used for?
    Tomahawk mission data planning / Tactical comms / IP Services
  489. 526. What is the primary use of HYDRA?
    Flight deck comms
  490. 527. What is the secondary use of HYDRA?
    DC comms
  491. Radar Systems:
    • 528. SPS-48: Primary Air Search 220NM
    • 529. SPS-49: Secondary Air Search 256NM
    • 530. SPN 41: Bulls Eyes 50NM
    • 531. SPN-43: Marshall 50NM
    • 532. SPN-46: Easy Rider 10NM
    • 533. SPN-67: Surface Search 100NM
    • 534. SPS-73: Navigation 96NM
    • 535. SPS-74: Periscope 32NM
    • 536. SPQ-9B: Fire Control 80NM
  492. 537. What does WSN-7 provide?
    Ships position data including pitch, roll and yaw data
  493. 538. What does a fathometer provide?
    Depth of water
  494. 539. What does a pitsword provide?
    Provides speed through water
  495. 540. What does a moriah provide?
    Provides wind speed data
  496. 541. What does a digital compass provide?
    Provides bearing data
  497. 542. What is DDRT used for?
    Used to plot ships recent course. Mainly used for man-overboard
  498. 543. What are these MC’s used for?
    • 1MC: Ship Wide
    • 3MC: Hangar Deck
    • 4MC: DC Repair Lockers and DC Central
    • 5MC: Flight Deck
    • 23MC: Engineering / Reactor
    • 46MC: Engineering / Reactor
  499. 544. What is Integrated Voice Network (IVN)?
    Ship’s Telephone System
  500. 545. What is ICSM used for?
    Alarm System
  501. 546. How many UNCLASS edge switched do we have onboard?
    12
  502. 547. How many UNCLASS backbone switches do we have onboard?
    2
  503. 548. How many ADNS routers do we have?
    1
  504. 549. Where is NTCSS?
    ADP
  505. 550. What does NTCSS consist of?
    RADM, RSUPPLY, OMMS NG, NALCOMIS
  506. 551. What are the systems monitored directly in CSMS?
    NAVSSI, MCMS, SVDS, 6TV, SITE TV
  507. 552. What are systems that effect crew morale?
    Email, sailor phones, TV, internet
  508. 553. What combat systems are manned 24/7?
    CSMC, Vault, Maincomm, ADP
  509. 554. Where is official message handled?
    Maincomm Message Center
  510. Damage Control
  511. 555. What are two types of portable eductors?
    S-type and Peri jet
  512. 556. What is the primary purpose of eductors?
    To remove water
  513. 557. What is the primary use of the P-100?
    • Firefighting
    • Secondary: Dewatering
  514. 558. What cools the P-100 pump while it is being used?
    Air
  515. 559. What is the maximum lift that a P-100 pump can take suction?
    20 ft
  516. 560. What type of fuel does the P-100 utilize?
    JP-5
  517. 561. What does ESP stand for?
    Electrical Submersible Pump
  518. 562. Submersible pumps are not designed for pumping what types of liquids?
    Gasoline, heavy oils, or hot water
  519. 563. What is the maximum static head for the ESP?
    70 ft.
  520. 564. When using ESP’s in tandem, which pump do you start first?
    the bottom one
  521. 565. What does MPE stand for?
    Maximum Permissible Exposure
  522. 566. Who sets MPE? What is it set for at default?
    CO. 150 RADS
  523. 567. What does MOPP stand for?
    Mission Oriented Protective Posture
  524. 568. How many MOPP levels are there? List them.
    5; MOPP Level 0, 1, 2, 3, 4
  525. 569. What type of threads are on a C-2 canister?
    NATO
  526. 570. What is the purpose of the M-256 A1 kit?
    Used to detect Nerve, Blood, and Blister agents in vapor form.
  527. 571. What is the M-291 kit used for?
    Skin decontamination kit. Dab onto skin, not rub.
  528. 572. What color does the M-9 paper turn when an agent is present?
    Red
  529. 573. At what MOPP level is M-8 paper posted?
    MOPP level 2
  530. 574. What MOPP level are we at right now?
    1
  531. 575. What does IPDS stand for?
    Improved Point Detection System
  532. 576. What does CDU stand for? Where is it located?
    Control Display Unit- DC Central
  533. 577. What does RDU stand for? Where is it located?
    Remote Display Unit- Bridge
  534. 578. What is the difference between CDU and RDU?
    Bridge doesn’t have controls, just the one in DC Central.
  535. 579. What type of system is the IPDS?
    Fixed (stationary)
  536. 580. What does IPDS detect?
    Chemicals, filters the air
  537. 581. What does CCA and DS stand for?
    Contaminated Control Area; Decontamination Station
  538. 582. What is the difference between the CCA and DS?
    • CCA: Take off ACPG suit
    • DS: Take off coveralls and shower
  539. 583. What does ACPG stand for?
    Advanced Chemical Protective Garment
  540. 584. How long is an ACPG suit good for after it has been taken out of it’s original package?
    120 days.
  541. 585. What is HTH?
    High Test Hypochlorite (Calcium Hypochlorite)
  542. 586. How many CCA’s do we have? Where are they located?
    2; HB1 and HB3
  543. 587. How many DS do we have? Where are they located?
    4; 1 FWD by Repair 2 (male berthing), 2 Mid-ship (WEPS male berthing & Female Chief’s head), 1 AFT (RX male berthing).
  544. 588. What is the purpose of List Control?
    To keep flight deck level so planes can land.
  545. 589. How many List Control tanks do we have?
    10
  546. 590. How many pumps run List Control?
    2
  547. 591. What type of water is in List Control tanks?
    Potable water
  548. 592. Where are the List Control pumps located?
    4A Shaft Alley
  549. 593. What is the GPM for the List Control pumps?
    1800 GPM
  550. 594. Who operates List Control?
    DCWS
  551. 595. What 2 List Control tanks can hold the most water? Why?
    113 & 165. Opposite side of the Island.
  552. 596. What do we use to determine the list?
    Clinometer
  553. 597. What is the purpose of the Ram Fan?
    To de-smoke a space
  554. 598. What powers the Ram Fan?
    Firemain
  555. 599. What safety precautions must be followed prior to energizing the Ram Fan?
    Ground it to prevent shock from electro-static build up.
  556. 600. How many CFM does the Ram Fan move?
    2000 CFM
  557. 601. What type of Firemain do we have?
    Composite Loop
  558. 602. How many fire pumps do we have? How many are electrically driven? How many are steam driven?
    23; 19 electric, 4 steam
  559. 603. How many Main Drainage Eductors do we have?
    13
  560. 604. What is the purpose of Main Drainage?
    Pump oil waste or water out of the bilges.
  561. 605. State the operating modes for CHT.
    Inport, Underway, Transit
  562. 606. How many CHT tanks do we have?
    5
  563. 607. How many CHT tanks are FWD, MID, and AFT?
    3 FWD, 1 MID, 1 AFT
  564. 608. Where is the FWD CHT tank located?
    Pump Room 1
  565. 609. What type of pump is used for CHT?
    Eddie Pump
  566. 610. What is H2S? What does it smell like?
    Hydrogen Sulfide; rotten eggs
  567. 611. How many HICAP AFFF stations do we have?
    20
  568. 612. How many AFFF mixing stations do we have?
    21
  569. 613. What is so special about AFFF mixing station 21?
    Bomb Farm
  570. 614. What stations are injection pump only?
    1, 2, 11, 12
  571. 615. What is the mixing ratio for Firemain and AFFF?
    94% Firemain : 6% AFFF
  572. 616. What is the GPM for the injection pump?
    60 GPM
  573. 617. What is the GPM for the BPP?
    65 GPM
  574. 618. What does the Pancake Valve do?
    Regulates AFFF and Firemain
  575. 619. What does SOPV stand for?
    Solenoid Operated Pilot Valve
  576. 620. What does the SOPV do?
    Energizes the AFFF station
  577. 621. How many volts is the SOPV?
    440v
  578. 622. How many reserve tanks do we have? Where are they located?
    2; HB1- Port Side, HB3- STBD Side
  579. 623. Where are the reserve pumps located?
    AFFF station 6 and 13
  580. 624. What is the GPM for the reserve pumps?
    360 GPM
  581. 625. How many Halon Boards do we have?
    9
  582. 626. What activates the Halon Board?
    5Lb CO2 bottle
  583. 627. What does the 30 sec time delay mean?
    Unmanned space
  584. 628. Where are Halon Boards located?
    FWD/AFT EDG, Pump Room 2, Pump Room 3, Shaft Alleys
  585. What do these lights mean on the Halon Boards:
    • 629. White: Power Available
    • 630. Amber: Halon Activated
    • 631. Red: Halon Discharge
    • 632. Green: Vent Damper
  586. 633. How many CO2 Fixed Flooding Systems do we have? Where are they located?
    4; Hazmat storerooms (3 FWD, 1 AFT)
  587. 634. How do you activate CO2 Fix Flooding Systems?
    Pull the T-shaped handle until you see red on the cable
  588. 635. How many SCBA recharge stations do we have? Where can they be found?
    8; 1F, 1B, 1A, 2, 3, 7F, 7B
  589. 636. If we lose HP air, what do we use to fill the SCBA bottles?
    EBACs (Emergency Breathing Air Compressors)
  590. 637. How many EBACs do we have? Where are they located?
    2; 1 FWD- STBD Side, 1 AFT- next to Jet Shop
  591. 638. Who is the DCA?
    LCDR Urso
  592. 639. Who is the DCA assistant to?
    CHENG
  593. 640. Who is the DCO?
    CDR Marino
  594. 641. Who is the FireMarshal?
    CWO2 Hinds
  595. 642. What is the R&A Team?
    Rescue and Assistance team; Back-up to the Flying Squad
  596. 643. What NSTM can you find information about surface ship fire fighting?
    NSTM 555
  597. 644. Name the sides of the fire triangle.
    Oxygen, Fuel, Heat
  598. Describe these class fires:
    • 645. A: Materials that leave ashes
    • 646. B: Hazmat, fuel, oil
    • 647. C: Electrical
    • 648. D: Combustible metals
  599. 649. If DC Central goes down, where is secondary central located?
    Repair 3
  600. 650. How many Repair Lockers do we have? List them
    10; 1A, 1B, 1F, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7A, 7B, 7F
  601. 651. What does PKP stand for?
    Potassium Bicarbonate
  602. 652. What 2 sizes does PKP come in?
    18 and 27 lbs
  603. What is the effective range of PKP for:
    • 653. 18lb: 19 FT
    • 654. 27lb: 21 FT
  604. 655. How does PKP extinguish a fire?
    Interrupts the chemical reaction
  605. 656. What type of fire does PKP primarily put out?
    Class B
  606. 657. What is the effective range of a CO2 extinguisher?
    4-6 FT
  607. 658. In continuous operation, how long does the 15lb CO2 extinguisher last?
    40 seconds
  608. 659. Before you squeeze the lever to release the CO2, what must you do?
    Ground the cylinder to the deck when discharging to avoid shock from static electricity.
  609. 660. How does CO2 extinguish a fire?
    Displaces oxygen
  610. 661. What are the best woods used for shoring and why?
    Douglas fur & Yellow Pine; it expands as it absorbs water
  611. 662. What are the 2 sizes of metal shores?
    3-5 FT, 6-11 FT
  612. 663. What is the vertical load strength of a 3-5 FT metal shore?
    3FT: 20,000lbs; 5FT: 12,000lbs
  613. 664. What is the vertical load strength of a 6-11 FT metal shore?
    6FT: 20,000 lbs; 11FT; 6,000lbs
  614. 665. List the different types of shoring.
    I (Direct Pressure), H (No deck anchorage), K (Triangulation perpendicular)
  615. 666. What is the strongest type of shoring? What is the weakest?
    Strongest: I ; Weakest: H
  616. 667. What does APC stand for?
    Aqueous Potassium Carbonate
  617. 668. What is the APC system used for?
    Protection from galley deep-fat and doughnut fryers and their exhaust system
  618. 669. How does APC extinguish a fire?
    Combines with the hot cooking oil to cut the oxygen out
  619. 670. Where can you find APC?
    Galley
  620. 671. Who carries the NFTI?
    Team Leader
  621. 672. What does NFTI stand for?
    Naval Firefighting Thermal Imager
  622. 673. How many batteries does the NFTI require (non-rechargeable) and how long does it last?
    10 AA alkaline; 3.05 hrs
  623. 674. What type of battery does the NFTI use for rechargeable batteries and how long does it last?
    Lithium Ion; 4.85 hrs
  624. 675. Who wears a 30 min SCBA bottle?
    Investigators, Boundary Men, Access Men
  625. 676. Who wears a 45 min SCBA bottle?
    Hose Team
  626. 677. What percent of air do you have left in your SCBA when the Vibra-Alert goes off?
    20-25% air
  627. 678. Who is overall in charge of the hose team?
    Team Leader
  628. ADMIN
  629. 679. What does ISIC stand for?
    Immediate Superior In Command
  630. 680. Who is Vinson’s ISIC?
    Commander, Carrier Strike Group 1
  631. 681. Who is CCSG1’s ISIC?
    Commander, US 3rd Fleet
  632. 682. How many Force Master Chiefs are in the US Navy?
    9
  633. 683. How many personnel must you have assigned to a command to rate a CMC billet?
    250 billet
  634. 684. What is a Page 2?
    Emergency Data
  635. 685. What is a Page 4?
    Enlisted Qualification History
  636. 686. What is a Page 13?
    Administrative Remarks
  637. 687. What does ORM stand for and what are all the steps?
    • Operational Risk Management
    • - Identify Risks
    • - Assess Hazards
    • - Make Risk Decisions
    • - Implement Controls
    • - Supervise
  638. 688. What are 8 o’clock reports? When is it taken at sea? When is it taken in port? By who?
    • All depts. generate reports on the conditions of their spaces and areas of responsibility.
    • Out to sea: Taken by the XO at 1730
    • In-port: Taken by the CDO at 1930
    • Provided to the CO at 2000
  639. 689. What is listed on the 12 o’clock report?
    Boat, chronometer, fuel, oil and water, muster, draft, and magazine temp report
  640. 690. In regards to messages, what is DTG?
    Date Time Group
  641. 691. What is the purpose of DTG?
    Assigned to messages for ID and file purposes only.
  642. 692. What does EDVR stand for?
    Enlisted Distribution Verification Report
  643. 693. What can you find in the EDVR?
    Name, SSN, Rate, NECs, ADSD, EOAS, PRD
  644. 694. What does POA&M stand for?
    Plan Of Action & Milestones
  645. 695. When is the Navy’s Birthday?
    October 13, 1775
  646. 696. What three classes of naval vessels existed at the inception of the Navy/
    • Ships of the Lines
    • Frigates
    • Sloops of War
  647. 697. Tell me about the Battle of Coral Sea.
    • May 1942
    • Two fleets never saw each other during battle. Fought with aircraft from carriers.
  648. 698. Tell me about the Voyage of the Great White Fleet.
    • December 1907
    • Round the world cruise that demonstrated the Navy’s strength/presence.
  649. 699. Tell me about the Battle of Normandy.
    • June 1944
    • Largest amphibious operation in history
  650. 700. Tell me about the Battle of Midway.
    • June 1942
    • Turning point of the war
  651. 701. Tell me about the Battle of Guadalcanal.
    • November 1942
    • USS Juno sunk, killing the 5 Sullivan brothers.
  652. 702. Tell me about the Battle of Leyte Gulf.
    • October 1944
    • Final blow to Japanese Navy in WWII. Japan lost 26; US lost 8.
  653. 703. State the 3 levels of war.
    • - Tactical
    • - Operational
    • - Strategic
  654. 704. What does SORN stand for?
    Standard Organization and Regulations of the Navy
  655. 705. What does SORM stand for?
    Ship (Command) Organization and Regulations Manual
  656. 706. What is the AOR for 2nd Fleet?
    Atlantic Ocean
  657. 707. What is the AOR for 3rd Fleet?
    Eastern Pacific
  658. 708. What is the AOR for 5th Fleet?
    Arabian Gulf, North Arabian Sea
  659. 709. What is the AOR for 6th Fleet?
    Mediterranean Sea
  660. 710. What is the AOR for 7th Fleet?
    Mid and Western Pacific and Indian Ocean
  661. 711. What is the AOR for MSC?
    Global
  662. 712. Where is 4th Fleet located?
    Mayport, FL / SOUTHCOM
  663. 713. Where is 10th Fleet located?
    Fort Meade, MD / Cyber Command
  664. 714. Who is the Commander in Chief?
    Barrack Obama
  665. 715. Who is the Secretary of Defense?
    Honorable Robert Gates
  666. 716. Who is the Secretary of the Navy?
    Honorable Ray Mabus
  667. 717. Who is the CNO?
    ADM Garry Roughhead.
  668. 718. Who is the MCPON?
    MCPON Rick West
  669. 719. Who is CCSG1?
    RADM Sam Perez
  670. 720. Who is the CO?
    CAPT. Bruce Lindsey
  671. 721. Who is the XO?
    CDR Putnam Browne
  672. 722. Name the areas that comprise the Naval Doctrine
    • – Naval Warefare
    • – Naval Intelligence
    • – Naval Operations
    • – Naval Logistics
    • – Naval Planning
    • – Naval command and Control.
  673. 723. List the principles of naval logistics.
    • – Responsiveness
    • – Simplicity
    • – Flexibility
    • – Economy
    • – Attainability
    • – Sustainability
    • – Survivability
  674. 724. Name the first ship named after an enlisted man.
    USS Osmand Ingram (DDG 255)
  675. 725. What is the oldest US Navy commissioned vessel?
    USS Constitution
  676. 726. What is the responsibility of CTT?
    Command Training Team: Conducts Navy Rights and Responsibility workshops and annual training in case of specific training such as Women at Sea, Sexual Harassment, Fraternization, or new CNO policies.
  677. 727. What is the CAT and what do they do?
    Command Assessment Team: conducts surveys to assess command equal opportunity climate, identifies problem or positive areas, makes recommendations to Commanders and develops a POA&M.
  678. 728. What is the Vinson’s Call Sign?
    Gold Eagle
  679. 729. When was the Vinson commissioned?
    March 13, 1982
  680. 730. What was the 1st Nimitz class carrier?
    USS Nimitz (CVN 68): May 3, 1975
  681. 731. What was the last Nimitz class carrier?
    USS George Bush (CVN 77): January 10, 2009
  682. 732. Who is the Vinson named after?
    Georgia Congressman, Carl Vinson , who served 50 years in Congress
  683. 733. What is the Vinson’s Motto?
    • Vis Per Mare
    • “Strength from the Sea”

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