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Explain the 8 O'clock reports at sea
- Taken at 1730 by the XO
- all departments generate reports
- Delivered to the CO at 2000
Explain the 8 O'clock report in port
- taken at 1930 by CDO
- All departments generate report
- Delivered to the CO at 2000
What are the 5 "bills"?
What is the purpose of DTG (Date Time Group) message component?
Assigned for ID and FILE purposes only
What is the purpose of the Info Line message component?
Commands receiving the message that the command executing the message doesn't require action
What is the purpose of the Passing Instructions message component?
A Point of Contact at the command executing the message
What is the purpose of the Reference Line message component?
Any information that pertains or offers background info
What is the purpose of the Amplifying Information Line message component?
explains one reference
What is on the Page 2?
Record of Emergency Data
What is on the Page 4?
Enlisted QUALIFICATION History
What is on the Page 13?
What are the Levels of War?
- Tactical - Strike a particular target
- Operational - Air strikes prior to ground war
- Strategic - bin laden mansion raid
What is the oldest commissioned navy vessel?
1st Navy ship named after an enlisted man?
USS Osmond Ingram (DD 125)
When was and what is the significance of the Battle of Coral Sea?
May 1942, the two fleets never saw each other, entirely fought using aircraft launched from carriers, Yorktown and Lexington fought, Lexington was lost. Saved Australia from Japanese invasion.
When was and what is the significance of the Great White Fleet?
Launched in December 1907 to show world-wide Navy Strength
When was and what is the significance of the Battle of Normandy?
June 1944, D-Day - largest amphibious assault in history.
When was and what is the significance of the Battle of Midway?
June 1942 - The turning point of the war against Japan
When was and what is the significance of Guadalcanal?
November 1942 - Five SULLIVAN brothers were lost on the USS Juno
When was and what is the significance of Battle of Leyte Gulf?
October 1944 - the final blow to the Japanese Navy, Japan losing 26 ships, US lost 8
Who is Carl Vinson?
Congressman from GA, first to serve 50 years
When is the Navy's birthday?
October 13th, 1775
What is the 1st general order?
To take charge of this post and all government property in view
What is the 2nd general order?
To walk my post in a military manner, keeping always on the alert, and to observe everything that takes place within sight or hearing
What is the 3rd general order?
To report all violations of orders I am instructed to enforce
What is the 4th general order?
To repeat all calls from posts more distant from the guard house than my own
What is the 5th general order?
To quit my post only when properly relieved
What is the 6th general order?
To receive, obey, and pass on to the sentry that relieves me all orders from the CO, CDO, OOD, and officers and petty officers of the watch, only.
What is the 7th general order?
To talk to no one except in the line of duty
What is the 8th general order?
To give the alarm in case of fire or disorder
What is the 9th general order?
To call the OOD in any case not covered by instructions
What is the 10th general order?
To salute all officers, colors, and standards not cased
State the six areas that comprise Naval Doctrine
- Naval Command and control
- Naval Operations
- Naval Warfare
- Naval Logistics
- Naval Intelligence
- Naval Planning
What is stated in the US Navy Regulations; Article 1007?
Each person in the naval service must salute the ensign when coming onboard or departing a US ship
What is the 11th general order?
To be especially watchful at night and during the for challenging, challenge all persons on or near my post, and to allow no one to pass without proper authority
What are the seven principles of Naval Logistics?
What are the 3 classes of naval vessels that existed at the inception of the navy?
Ships-of-the-line, frigates, and sloops-of-war
Where is the 2nd fleet AOR?
Where is the 3rd Fleet AOR?
Where is the 7th fleet AOR?
Mid and western Pacific / Indian Ocean
Where is the 6th fleet AOR?
Where is the 5th fleet AOR?
What does SORN stand for?
Standard Organization and Regulations of the Navy
What does SORM stand for?
Ship's Organization and Regulations Manual
What does ORM stand for and what are the steps?
- Operational Risk Management
- Identify risks, Assess hazards, Make risk decisions, Implement controls, Supervise
What is on a 12 O'clock report?
boat, chronometer, fuel and oil, water, muster, draft and magazine temperature reports
What does MSC stand for and what is its AOR?
- Military Sealift Command
Where is the 10th fleet?
- Fort Meade, MD
- Cyber command
What was the first Nimitz class carrier?
What was the last Nimitz class carrier?
- USS George Bush
- Jan 10, 2009