Damage Control

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Damage Control
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2014-03-30 11:10:48
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  1. Name the sides of the fire tetrahedron
    • Fuel
    • Heat
    • Oxygen
    • Uninhibited Chain Reaction
  2. What is an Alpha fire?
    Materials that leave ashes
  3. What is a Bravo fire?
    • HAZMAT
    • Fuel
  4. What is a Charlie fire?
    Electrical
  5. What is a delta fire?
    Combustible metals
  6. What is the flashpoint of JP5?
    140 degrees
  7. What are the 4 stages of a fire?
    • Growth
    • Flashover
    • Fully developed
    • Decay
  8. If DC Central goes down, where is the secondary control?
    Repair 3
  9. How many repair lockers do we have?
    10
  10. What is used to inventory a repair locker?
    AEL
  11. What 2 sizes does PKP come in?
    • 18lbs
    • 27lbs
  12. What does PKP stand for?
    Potassium Bicarbonate
  13. What is the effective range of an 18lb and 27lb PKP bottle?
    • 18lb - 19ft
    • 27lb - 21ft
  14. How does PKP extinguish a fire?
    It interrupts the chemical reaction
  15. What type of fire does PKP primarily put out?
    Bravo
  16. What is the effective range of a CO2 extinguisher?
    4-6ft
  17. In continuous operation, how long does the 15lb CO2 bottle last?
    40 seconds
  18. What should you do before squeezing the lever to release CO2? Why?
    Ground it to the deck to avoid static shock
  19. What size battery does the PECU use?
    12V
  20. What is the primary purpose for using eductors to dewater a space?
    To remove greasy and oily contaminated water
  21. What is the primary use of the P-100 pump?
    Firefighting and dewatering
  22. How many P-100 pumps onboard?
    2
  23. What type of fuel does the P-100 use?
    JP-5
  24. What does ESP stand for?
    Electrical Submersible Pump
  25. What is the purpose of the ram fan?
    To desmoke a space containing explosive gases
  26. What powers the ram fan?
    Firemain
  27. What maximum number of trunks can you put on the suction side of a ram fan?
    3
  28. How many cubic feet per minute will the ram fan move?
    2000 cfm
  29. Where can you use the box fan for desmoking operations?
    Spaces adjacent to weatherdeck/hangar bay areas
  30. What does APC stand for?
    Aqueous Potassium Carbonate
  31. What is the APC system used for?
    Protection for galley deep fat fryers and their exhaust system
  32. How does APC extinguish fire?
    Combines with the hot cooking oil to cut the oxygen out once the fusible link is broken (smother)
  33. How many Halon boards do we have?
    9
  34. How many CO2 fixed flooding systems do we have?
    4
  35. How do you activate the CO2 fixed flooding?
    Open the metal plate, break the glass, then pull the T-shaped handle until you see red on the cable
  36. What spaces can CO2 fixed flooding systems be found?
    • HAZMAT storerooms
    • Weapons Magazines
  37. How many CO2 recharge stations do we have?
    8
  38. Where are the CO2 recharge stations?
    1B(2), 1A, 1F, 2, 3, 7B, 7F
  39. How many sound powered phone circuits are there?
    5
  40. What is the circuit linking DCC to the repair lockers?
    2JZ
  41. What does MPE stand for?
    Maximum Permissible Exposure
  42. Who sets MPE?
    CO
  43. What does MOPP stand for?
    Mission Oriented Protective Posture
  44. How many MOPP levels?
    5
  45. What does IPDS stand for?
    Improved Point Detection System
  46. What type of firemain do we have?
    Composite Loop
  47. What systems are attached to firemain?
    • Main/secondary systems
    • Salt water reducing stations
    • Fire stations
    • Sprinklers for magazines
    • RX Fill
  48. How many fire pumps do we have and how are they powered?
    • 23
    • 19 Electrical and 4 Steam
  49. What is the mixing ratio for AFFF and firemain?
    • 94% firemain
    • 6% AFFF
  50. What does SOPV stand for?
    Solenoid Operated Pilot Valve
  51. How many volts is the SOPV?
    440V
  52. Who is the DCA?
    LCDR Payne
  53. Who is the DCO?
    CDR Krinklaw
  54. Who is the Fire Marshall?
    LT Sales
  55. Who carries the NFTI?
    Team Leader
  56. What percent of air do you have left when the vibra-alert goes off?
    25%
  57. What are the 4 principles of investigation?
    • Thoroughly
    • cautiously
    • report
    • repeat
  58. Air escaping from air test fitting indicates what kind of damage?
    Flooding
  59. Air being sucked into an air test fitting indicates what kind of damage?
    Fire
  60. What are the two types of portable eductors?
    S-Type and Peri Jet
  61. When using ESPs in tandem, which pump do you start first?
    The bottom one
  62. What is the default MPE (maximum permissible exposure)?
    150 RADS
  63. What does IPDS detect?
    • Chemicals
    • Filters the air
  64. What does ACPG stand for?
    Advanced Chemical Protective Garment
  65. How long is an ACPG suit good for after it has been taken out of its original package?
    120 days
  66. What is H2S and what does it smell like?
    Hydrogen Sulfide and it smells like rotten eggs
  67. What do the lights on the halon board mean?
    • White - Power available
    • Amber - Halon activated
    • Red - Halon discharge
    • Green - Vent damper
  68. What is the R&A team? What do they do?
    Rescue and Assistance team - back up to the flying squad
  69. What are the best woods for shoring and why?
    Douglas Fir and Yellow pine - because they expand when absorbing water
  70. What are the 2 sizes of metal shoring and what are their capacities?
    • 3-5 ft
    • 20000 pounds shut, 12000 open
    • 6-11 ft
    • 20000 pounds shut, 6000 open
  71. List the different types of shoring
    H, I, and K
  72. What kits are found inside the repair locker?
    Investigator, Electrician, Comms, Pipe Patching, and shoring
  73. What are the PECU cutting rods made of?
    Carbon Steel
  74. How many AFFF stations are there and where are they located?
    20, 2nd deck
  75. What are the AFFF tanks made out of? What is their holding capacity?
    Made of 90/10 copper nickel alloy; 600 gallons
  76. How many AFFF reserve tanks? Where are they? What is their capacity? What is their flow rate?
    2 Reserve tanks, HB1 Port and HB3 Stbd, each hold 3600 gallons, 360 gpm
  77. How many AFFF mixing stations are there? Where are they?
    21 on the 03 level
  78. What is special about AFFF station 21?
    It's up on the island, by the bomb farm
  79. What is the purpose of the SOPV (solenoid operated pilot valve)?
    Energizes the AFFF stations
  80. What does the pancake valve do?
    Regulates AFFF & Firemain pressure
  81. What is RSDL?
    Reactive Skin Decontamination Lotion; 3 green pouches, blue is for training
  82. What does HTH stand for?
    High test hypochlorite
  83. What does CDU stand for and where is it located?
    Control Display Unit, located in DCC
  84. What does RDU stand for and where is it located?
    Remote Display Unit, located on the bridge
  85. What does CCA stand for? How many do we have and where are they?
    • Contaminated control area
    • 2; - HB1 and HB3
  86. How many decontamination stations do we have and where are they?
    4 - Repair 2, G-2 Male head, Female chiefs head, RM head
  87. What cools the P-100 pump?
    Air
  88. What is the max lift of the P-100 pump?
    20 ft
  89. What is the max static head of the ESP?
    70 ft
  90. What type of threads are on the C-2 canister?
    NATO
  91. What is the purpose of the M-256 A1 kit?
    Detect nerve, blood, and blister agents in vapor form
  92. What is the purpose of the M-291 kit?
    • Skin decontamination
    • Applied by dabbing the skin, not rubbing
  93. What color does the M-9 paper turn when it's positive?
    Red
  94. At what MOPP level is the M-8 paper posted?
    2
  95. What is the difference between the CDU and the RDU?
    RDU cannot be controlled, only for viewing from the bridge
  96. What type of system is our IPDS?
    Fixed (stationary)
  97. What is the difference between CCA and DS?
    • CCA - remove ACPG suit
    • DS - remove everything and shower
  98. What safety precautions must be followed prior to energizing a RAM fan?
    Ground it to the deck to prevent shock from electrostatic buildup
  99. How many main drainage eductors do we have?
    13
  100. What activates the halon board?
    5lb CO2 bottle
  101. Where are the halon boards?
    FWD/AFT EDG spaces, shaft alleys, pump rooms 2 and 3
  102. If we lose high pressure air, how can we refill SCBAs?
    EBACs (Emergency breathing air compressors)
  103. How many EBACs do we have and where are they?
    • 2
    • 1 FWD stbd and 1 aft by the jet shop
  104. What NSTM is for surface fire fighting?
    NSTM 555
  105. How does CO2 extinguish a fire?
    Displaces oxygen
  106. What is the strongest and weakest types of shoring?
    • Strongest - I
    • Weakest - H
  107. What does NFTI stand for?
    Naval Firefighting Thermal Imager
  108. What batteries can the NFTI use and how long do they last?
    • 10 AAs - 3.05 hrs
    • rechargeable Li-Ion - 4.85 hrs
  109. What SCBA bottle sizes are there, and who wears what?
    • 30 min - Investigators, boundary men, access men
    • 45 min - hose team
  110. What is the purpose of the Rapid Response Team?
    First on scene
  111. Where is DC locker 7A?
    • 03-220-9-Q
    • 03 level, back aft
  112. Where is DC locker 7B?
    • 03-175-13-Q
    • 03 level, aft
  113. Where is DC locker 7F?
    • 03-10-2-Q
    • 03 level, fwd
  114. Where is DC locker 2?
    • 2-34-2-Q
    • Main deck, fwd
  115. Where is DC locker 3?
    • 2-220-2-Q
    • Main deck, aft
  116. Where is DC locker 4?
    • 2-99-2-Q
    • Fwd mess decks
  117. Where is DC locker 5?
    • 2-160-2-Q
    • Aft mess decks
  118. Where is DC locker 1A?
    • 1-225-5-Q
    • Hangar Bay 3, stbd
  119. Where is DC locker 1B?
    • 1-143-2-Q
    • Hangar Bay 2, port
  120. Where is DC locker 1F?
    • 1-69-2-Q
    • Hangar Bay 1, port
  121. What are the different types of pipe patches?
    • Soft patch
    • Jubilee patch
    • banding patch
    • EWARP (Emergency water activated repair patch

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