POOW/OOD

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  1. Quarterdeck Smartness Standards
    Check all ID’s before granting permission to board or debark. This rule is relaxed for the Commanding Officer ONLY. POOW is responsible for Quarterdeck cleanliness. Business should not be conducted on the Quarterdeck. Quarterdeck colors may be cased when painting. In the event you feel the need to take a second look at any uniform or civilian clothing because it looks out of place or wrong, it probably is. Contact the Section Leader for further guidance. If you know it to be out of standards order the deficiency corrected on the spot with instructions to return to the Quarterdeck to verify compliance.
  2. SUMMARY ALARMS
    Consoles located in all Q-Deck Stations (Not Location specific). Location specific alarms consoles located in CSMC and CCS. Summary alarms have “Standby”, “Normal”, and “Cutout” settings.
  3. Putting alarms in standby
    turns alarm off temporarily until the alarms is secured but will sound again to remind watchstander that the alarm needs to be investigated and secured.
  4. Alarm Cutout
    requires the CO’s permission as this permanently turns off the alarm with no reminders for the watchstander.
  5. GENERAL alarm color
    red
  6. CHEMICAL alarm color
    green
  7. COLLISION alarm color
    yellow
  8. Alarm Precedence
    (RED) GQ alarm is overridden by the (GREEN) Chemical Alarm which is overridden by the (YELLOW) Collision Alarm
  9. Communication equipment at hand
    Handheld radios, IVCS, 1MC, Message Boards, MOOW, lights, and semaphore.
  10. Kinds of navigation lights
    • Aircraft Warning Light
    • Anchor Lights (This includes Jack and Flag Staff Lights).
    • Deck Lighting
  11. Quarterdeck watches
    • MOOW
    • POOW
    • Internal Rovers (Report to OOD every 30 minutes).
  12. Update major equipment and pier service status for:
    • Gas Turbine Generators (GTG) (Power)
    • Gas Turbine Modules (GTM) (Propulsion)
    • Air Conditioners
    • Fuel Pumps
    • High Pressure Air Compressor (HPAC) (For engine start)
    • Low Pressure Air Compressor (LPAC) (For tool use)
    • Condition of mooring lines
  13. Mooring lines
    • Lines 2 thru 5 (Spring Lines) keep ship from drifting Fore and Aft
    • Lines 1 & 6 (Breast Lines) Keep ship from drifting away from pier
    • Heavy weather lines used during thunderstorm conditions
  14. Material condition X-RAY
    Must seek permission to open X-RAY fittings (Ventilation)
  15. Material condition YOKE
    Normal in port condition of readiness
  16. Material condition MOD-ZEBRA
    Close all YOKE hatches, scuttles, and doors. (Usually main deck and below.)
  17. Material condition ZEBRA
    General Quarters
  18. Review weather and tidal information
    Look in Outlook, Public Folders, NMDDG70 SHOTGUN folder for message traffic.
  19. Approaching CO, XO or embarked commander
    call CDO when the CO or high ranking official is observed approaching the ship.
  20. Civilian liberty boats inspections
    • A Gang inspects for Engineering
    • Damage, Control for sea worthiness,
    • Safety Officer or JOOD for lifejackets,
    • Divers for AT/FP and sea worthiness in some areas
    • Mute bell, strike 1 time 10 min prior, 5 min prior, and 1 min prior to arrival.
  21. Ships boats (MANNING)
    • Coxswain
    • Boat Engineer
    • Boat Officer (Not required inport Pearl Harbor).
    • SAR Swimmer (Usually acts as Bow Hook also).
    • Can lower 5 people in boat (6 with permission from CO).
    • Can carry 18 Passengers.
  22. Ships boat (EQUIPAGE)
    • Communications
    • Boat Box (Medical)
    • Charts
    • Bow Hook
    • Fuel
  23. Execution of ships routine
    Announce over 1MC as printed in the POD. This and ship’s access control is the OOD’s NUMBER ONE RESPONSIBILITY.
  24. Visitor badges
    • Red badges for Escorted Personnel
    • Blue badges for Non-Escorted personnel (Usually ISIC Personnel)
  25. Observing sunrise/sunset
    Entry in Deck Log required
  26. Morning colors
    • (Passed over 1MC)
    • (Initiated by Signal tower and SOPA)
    • 0745 – Muster color detail on the Quarterdeck with the Officer of the Deck
    • 0755 – First call, first call to colors. Prep closed up. (HOPPER tradition to close the brow: Nothing passed over 1MC at this time).
    • 0800 – 1 Whistle blow, Prep at the Dip. Sound colors (National anthem).
    • 0800 – 3 Whistle blows and Prep hauled down. (Carry On).
  27. When is Prep raised
    Five minutes before sunrise and at first call to colors.
  28. Rendering honors
    • Honors should be rendered by all hands topside where practical. (The POOW will remain on the quarterdeck while OOD traverses to opposite side of the ship to render honors). Honors are not normally rendered between sunset and sunrise.
    • Whistles
    • 1, 1, 2, 3 – If Dignitary is approaching from the Starboard Side
    • 2, 1, 2, 3 – I approaching from the Port Side.
    • 1st Whistle = Come to attention. Sound this whistle when dignitary first breaks the plane of the bow or stern.
    • 2nd Whistle = Hand Salute. Sound this whistle to allow for a 10 second (approximate) salute. (This will depend entirely on the speed of passing).
    • 3rd Whistle = Two
    • 4th Whistle = Carry On. Sound this whistle when the dignitary breaks the plane of the bow or stern when pulling away.
  29. CO and embarked commanders going ashore
    4 Bells and 3rd Sub is raised when “Stinger” is rung. Stinger is only for CO, the Commodore, or his Chief Staff Officer.
  30. When is the 1MC secured?
    Between First Call and Colors, Taps to Reveille, During XOI, Captain’s Mast, Church Services, and Between Ringing the CO aboard and the “Stinger”. (NOTE: The 1MC is authorized at ANY time in an emergency).
  31. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE BELLS FOR NON-CO AND NON-EMBARKED COMMANDER
    • Announce by Rank unless they are OIC / CO of a command then announce by command name. NO STINGER FOR THESE PEOPLE. (Use long titles unless instructed to do otherwise. I.e. Commander, Destroyer Squadron Three One, instead of COMDESRON THREE ONE.).
    • O-1 to O-4 get two bells only if they are an OIC / CO at sea.
    • O-5 and O-6 get 4 bells
    • O-7 and O-8 get 6 bells
    • O-9, O-10, and Higher Civilian Leaders get 8 bells
  32. The CINC (Commander in chief)
    announced as “UNITED STATES ARRIVING”
  33. Call away working parties
    Use working party matrix that is assigned by divisions as per HOPPER SORM, Chap 4, Figure A4-1.
  34. Initiate actions to receive ship alongside
    • Muster Duty section.
    • HOPPER would need to provide for all pier services across ship to pier. DDG’s always nest outboard because ships can’t plug into DDG but we can plug into them.
  35. Personnel working aloft
    • Chit goes to CSMC, CDO, OOD, and Surrounding Ships. Minimum of 2 people aloft and 1 safety observer (Not Aloft). These people need the Afloat PQS complete and must tie off all tools in use. Quarterdeck will pass the word that there are personnel working over the side. Every 30 minutes. There are 6 aloft zones onboard
    • HOPPER. Fly KILO.
  36. Personnel working over the side
    • Chit goes to CCS, (EDO, EOOW), Deck, Sometimes CSMC (Depending on where the work is), CDO, and Quarterdeck. Chit will then be taken to surrounding ships. Quarterdeck will pass the word that there are personnel working over the side every 30 minutes.
    • Fly KILO ONE.
  37. Personnel working aloft and over the side
    Fly KILO THREE.
  38. Divers in the water.
    • EDO initiates. Secure shafts, rudder, sonar, and GTM’s. Notify adjacent ships. No dumping over the side, 4 overlapping zones, pass the word every
    • 15 minutes, and Fly CODE ALPHA.
  39. Transferring fuel
    Must sign chit, observe for leaks and verify water bags are in scuppers. Pass the word and secure the smoking lamp onboard. Fly BRAVO.
  40. Pumping Bilges
    Transfer of oily waste chit signed by CO or in an emergency CDO.
  41. Oily overboard discharge
    When overboard discharge is discovered take note of color and consistency, where it came from if possible, and then pass the word, “Cease all pumping”.
  42. 12 O’CLOCK REPORTS
    • Muster
    • Boat
    • Draft Report
    • Fuel / Water
    • Magazine Temps
    • Vehicle
    • Chronometer
  43. Deck log standards
    • May have up to 3 line outs before it must be rewritten.
    • When in doubt about an entry ask the OOD or review past logs
  44. Review COs Standing orders
    OOD Binder, CSMC, and CIC.
  45. Sonar operations
    Verify no Divers over the side, get ping authorization message from Sub Authority, and conduct soar ops only at night when practical.
  46. Ordinance handling
    Must fly BRAVO and secure the smoking lamp onboard. Set HERO as necessary.
  47. LIMA flag and 1MC verbiage
    for HERO, secure the use of all handheld radios and cell phones, and pass the word.
  48. Air operation in port
    Muster all personnel on the flight deck and brief, Do FOD walk down, Drop the nets, and set RED DECK.
  49. Request for political asylum
    Detain on Quarterdeck, Put Watch on refuge, DO NOT LET BELOW DECKS, Search them, If refuge is in imminent threat from shore await threat to disperse before making any refuge leave the ship, and refer the person to the local U.S. Embassy or Consulate for asylum request.
  50. Recieving UA/Deserters
    Contact CDO, Duty MAA, and Admin for deserters.
  51. Receiving personnel from authorities
    Contact CDO, Duty MAA, and get arrest report.
  52. Respond to communications fast reaction drill
    Respond to call, contact radio for message, contact CDO, call back within 5 minutes, and send message traffic reply within 30 minutes. When call is received ask for immediate message traffic Subj Line to be “LIVE”.
  53. received AMCROSS
    Contact CDO
  54. Observing Anchor chain
    • Call EDO if it appears we’re dragging anchor so that engines can be started.
    • LIGHT STRAIN – Is a bow in the chain.
    • MODERATE STRAIN – Chain is tight.
    • HEAVY STRAIN – Chain is jerking as anchor slides across bottom.
    • Foc’sle Watch provides Chain Report and Bridge Watch provides Fix to OOD every 15 minutes.
  55. Loss of firemain
    CDO / EDO will report condition to OOD. OOD will log in deck log and pass the word. Smoking lamp will be out and all hot work must stop. MAKE SURE SONAR DOME IS SECURED!
  56. Loss of electrical power
    If unexpected, call security alert. Secure the brow, and pass the word by sending POOW, Rovers, and MOOW throughout ship with whistles. (2 short and 1 long blast)
  57. Excessive LIST/TRIM
    A list over 1 degree. Report to the CDO / EDO.
  58. Heavy weather
    INFORM CDO / SECTION LEADER. Review Heavy Weather bill from HOPPER SORM. Put out fowl weather lines and leave normal mooring lines in place. Tie down shore power. Pass the word so that EDO may ballast down the ship.
  59. In the case of fire or flooding
    • Call CCS to verify investigators have been dispatched.
    • Pass the word.
    • Extended bell ringing followed by:
    • 1 bell for forward casualty
    • 2 bells for amidships casualty
    • 3 bells for aft casualty
  60. Man overboard procedures
    Pass the word. Fly OSCAR. Make preps for lowering boats. Contact port ops if conditions permit.
  61. In the case of bomb threat
    DO NOT CALL A SECURITY ALERT. Direct search efforts. If device is found set a blast path from device location to outside the skin of the ship. Clear all personnel from the area. Call 911.
  62. Controlled space intrusion alarm
    Send MOOW, Rover to investigate, and contact the CDO.
  63. Excessive magazine temperatures
    Inform Duty GM and CDO.
  64. Reaction to sneak attack, boarding or civil desterbance
    Muster personnel topside to man fire hoses. Follow ROE.
  65. Internal civil disturbance
    Contact CDO, muster Duty MAA, IET for hose teams, and as a last resort place ship in GQ if necessary
  66. Procedures to be used for swimmer attack
    Cycle the rudders, turn the screws, and activate sonar. Also, muster all personnel not on watch topside, and pass the word that all personnel should stay clear of outer bulkheads.
  67. Personnel and baggage search
    All personnel boarding AND debarking HOPPER are subject to personnel and bag/luggage search. If any contraband is found halt the search and contact the MAA or DMAA.
  68. MID-WATCH ENTRY
    Last entry of day is, “Watch retained by XXXXXX”. Deck log sheet is then filed.
  69. First entry of day
    • Assumed the watch, Where we are, Mooring line configuration, Plant Status, What services we are receiving and where from, Current material condition, Lighting, SOPA, Pier SOPA, Adjacent ships
    • The New Year’s Entry is made by the mid-watch and must report all above information BUT can be reported as a rhyme or poem appropriate for the holiday season.
  70. CODE ALPHA
    Divers in the Water.
  71. BRAVO
    Handling Dangerous Cargo(fuel, ammo etc).
  72. CODE HOTEL
    Harbor pilot aboard.
  73. INDIA
    • Ship receiving alongside:
    • -At the dip = preparing
    • to come alongside
    • -Closed Up = ready to
    • come alongside
    • Ship going alongside:
    • -At the dip = preparing
    • to receive you
    • alongside.
    • -Closed up = ready to
    • receive you alongside.
  74. KILO
    Personnel working aloft.
  75. KILO ONE
    Personnel working over the side.
  76. KILO THREE
    Personnel working aloft and over the side.
  77. LIMA
    HERO – Hazardous Electromagnetic Radiation for Ordnance.
  78. MIKE
    Medical guard ship.
  79. OSCAR
    Man overboard.
  80. PAPA
    Personnel recall.
  81. QUEBEC
    Boat recall.
  82. ROMEO
    Ready duty ship.
  83. SIERRA
    Conducting signal Drills.
  84. STARBOARD
    SOPA(Senior officer Present afloat).
  85. UNIFORM
    Anchoring.
  86. PREPARATION
    Raised 5 minutes before sunrise and colors.
  87. 1ST SUBSTITUTE
    Raised when an embarked commander is ashore on the starboard, outboard halyard.
  88. 2ND SUBSTITUTE
    Raised when an embarked commanders Chief of Staff is ashore on the portside, inboard halyard.
  89. 3RD SUBSTITUTE
    Raised when the Commanding Officer is ashore on the portside, outboard halyard.
  90. 4th SUBSTITUTE is raised for?
    Raised when an embarked civilian dignitary is ashore, starboard inboard halyard..
  91. Code Uniform Yankee
    Conducting drills.
  92. Unauthorized photography
    Keep someone’s eyes on the photographer. Call away the Snoopy Team. Report incident to base police via Forrest Hill radio. Report to Section Leader and CDO immediately.

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