FMF - Chapter 112

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  1. 1. What is the alphanumeric designator for the Cobra?
    AH-1W
  2. 2. What is the primary function of the Cobra?
    Attack helicopter
  3. 3. Name three of the six missions of the Cobra?
    • -Fire support and rear security,
    • -point target/anti-armor,
    • -anti-helicopter,
    • -armed escort,
    • -supporting arms control,
    • -point and limited area air defense from fixed wing
  4. 4. What is the size and positions of the Cobra’s crew?
    Two officers
  5. 5. What is the alphanumeric designator for the Sea Knight?
    CH-46E
  6. 6. What is the primary function of the Sea Knight?
    Medium lift, assault support
  7. 7. What is the number of passengers a Sea Knight can hold? What is the number of litters?
    9-16 passengers, 15 liters with 2 attendants
  8. 8. What is the size and positions of the Sea Knight’s crew?
    Four; pilot, co-pilot, crew chief, aerial gunner/1st mechanic
  9. 9. What is the name of the CH-53D?
    Sea Stallion
  10. 10. What is the primary function of the CH-53D?
    Transport equipment and supplies from ship to shore
  11. 11. What is the cargo load capacity of a CH-53D?
    7 tons
  12. 12. How many passengers can the CH-53D hold? How many with the centerline seating installed?
    37; 55
  13. 13. What is the size and positions of the CH-53D’s crew?
    Four; pilot, co-pilot, crew chief, aerial gunner/1st mechanic
  14. 14. What is the name of the CH-53E?
    Super Sea Stallion
  15. 15. What is the primary function of the CH-53E?
    Transport heavy equipment and supplies from ship to shore
  16. 17. How many passengers can the CH-53E hold? How many with the centerline seating installed?
    37; 55
  17. 18. What is the size and positions of the CH-53E’s crew?
    Four; pilot, co-pilot, crew chief, aerial gunner/1st mechanic
  18. 19. What is the alphanumeric designator for the Huey?
    UH-1N
  19. 20. What is the primary function of the Huey?
    Utility helicopter
  20. 21. Name three of the six missions of the Huey?
    • -Airborne command and control,
    • -combat assault,
    • -medical evacuation,
    • -maritime special operations,
    • -supporting arms control/coordination, -fire support and security
  21. 22. How many litter patients can the Huey hold?
    6 litters and 1 attendant
  22. 23. What is the size of the Huey’s crew?
    2 officer and 2 enlisted
  23. 24. What is the alphanumeric designator for the Osprey?
    MV-22
  24. 25. What is the primary function of the Osprey?
    Assault transport of troops, equipment and supplies
  25. 26. What aircraft is the Osprey intended to replace?
    CH-46E and CH-53D
  26. 27. What is special about the Osprey as compared to other aircraft?
    V/STOL capabilities
  27. 28. What is the alphanumeric designator for the Prowler?
    EA-6B
  28. 29. What is the primary function of the Prowler?
    • -Airborne Electronic Warfare (EW), -Electronic Attack (EA),
    • -tactical electronic support (ES), -electronic protection (EP) -high speed anti radiation missile (HARM)
  29. 30. What is the size of the Prowler’s crew?
    4
  30. 31. What is the alphanumeric designator for the Harrier?
    AV-8B
  31. 32. What is the primary function of the Harrier?
    Attack and destroy surface targets
  32. 33. What is the size and positions of the Harrier’s crew?
    One
  33. 34. What is special about the Harrier as compared to other aircraft?
    V/STOL
  34. 35. What is the alphanumeric designator for the Hercules?
    KC-130F/R/T
  35. 36. What are the primary functions of the Hercules?
    In flight refueling, tactical transport
  36. 37. What is the size and positions of the Hercules’s crew?
    • 6-7;
    • -2 pilots,
    • -1 navigator/systems operator,
    • -1 flight engineer,
    • -1 first mechanic,
    • -1-2 loadmaster
  37. 38. How many gallons of fuel can they carry in the cargo compartment?
    3600 gallons
  38. 39. What is the name of the F-18 A/C?
    Hornet
  39. 40. What is the primary function of the F-18 A/C?
    Intercept and destroy aircraft and destroy surface targets
  40. 41. What is the size of the F-18 A/ C’s crew?
    One
  41. 42. What is the name of the F-18 D?
    Super Hornet
  42. 43. What are the primary functions of the F-18 D?
    Intercept and destroy aircraft and destroy surface targets, multi sensory recon, supporting arms coordination
  43. 44. What is the size of the F-18 D’s crew?
    Two
  44. 45. What is the largest amphibious ship in the world?
    LHD
  45. 46. What class of ship is a LHA?
    Tarawa
  46. 47. How many Sailors and Marines can embark on an LHA? How many LCACs can it carry?
    3,000; one
  47. 48. What class of ship is a LHD?
    Wasp
  48. 49. How many LCACs can it carry? How many more helicopters can it carry compared to the LHA?
    Three; two
  49. 50. What class of ship is an LPD?
    Austin
  50. 51. What is it a combination of?
    LSD (landing ship), LST (tank landing ship), LKA (attack cargo ship)
  51. 52. What would it normally function as in an amphibious assault?
    Primary control ship
  52. 53. What class of ship is a LSD?
    Harpers Ferry
  53. 54. What is its primary mission?
    Dock, transport, and launch LCACs
  54. 55. What does LCAC stand for?
    Landing Craft, Air Cushion
  55. 56. What is its mission?
    Transport from ship to shore and across the beach
  56. 57. What is the payload it is capable of carrying?
    60-75 ton
  57. 58. What type of ship falls under the T-AH?
    Hospital ships
  58. 59. What is the primary mission of these ships?
    Rapid response afloat medical capability in support of military forces
  59. 60. What is the secondary mission of these ships?
    Disaster relief and humanitarian operations
  60. 61. What type of ship are the Cpl Louis J. Hauge Jr. class and how many of them are there?
    TAK-3000; 5
  61. 62. What can they support and for how long?
    A MAGTF for 30 days
  62. 63. Where are they positioned?
    Diego Garcia
  63. 64. How many MPS ships are there? What does MPS stand for?
    13; Maritime Prepositioning Ships
  64. 65. What is the purpose of the MPS ships?
    Contains nearly everything the Marines need for initial military operations
  65. 66. What does MOOTW stand for?
    Military Operations Other Than War
  66. 67. Of the 14 types of MOOTW listed in the book, name seven of them.
    • 1. Arms control
    • 2. Combating terrorism
    • 3. Enforcement of sanctions/maritime intercept operations
    • 4. Enforcing Exclusions Zones
    • 5. Ensuring freedom of navigation and over flight
    • 6. Humanitarian assistance
    • 7. Military support to civil authorities
    • 8. Nation assistance/support to counterinsurgency
    • 9. Noncombatant evacuation operations
    • 10. Peace Operations
    • 11. Protection of shipping
    • 12. Recovery operations
    • 13. Show of force operations
    • 14. Strikes and raids
  67. 68. What does MOUT stand for?
    Military Operations on Urbanized Terrain
  68. 69. In what battle did the Soviets defend a city against the Germans? How many casualties were there?
    Stalingrad; over 1, 630, 000
  69. 70. In what battle did the Germans defend against the Soviets? How long was the battle?
    Berlin; 14-30 days
  70. 71. In what year did the U.S and ROK forces recapture the South Korean capital from the North Koreans? What city was it?
    1950; Seoul
  71. 72. What was the number of causalities combined from Quang Tri I and II? What war was this during?
    Over 30, 000; Vietnam
  72. 73. Who fought in Beirut II? How many casualties were there?
    Israelis and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO); 2,300
  73. 74. Name the four restrictions non-combatants have on military operations.
    Restrict mobility, firepower, security, and obstacle employment (such as minefields)
  74. 75. What are the six principles of Operational Maneuver from the Sea?
    • 1. Focuses on an operational objective
    • 2. Uses the sea as maneuver space
    • 3. Generates overwhelming tempo and momentum
    • 4. Pits strengths against weakness
    • 5. Emphasizes intelligence, deception, and flexibility
    • 6. Integrates all organic, joint, and combined assets

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