EAWS Common Core 4 Flashcards

Commander
Terms Definitions
PH
Photographers Mate
AK
AVIATION STOREKEEPER
AG
Aerographer's Mate
AE
Aviation Electricians Mate
AZ
Aviation Maintenance Administrationman
SPEED
RATE OF MOVEMENT
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emergency data
May
procedure is optional
MMCO
Maintenance/Material Control Officer
CMC
Command Master Chief
Ships:
AD
Destroyer Tender
ADs provide Destroyers and Destroyer Escorts with mobile base and repair facilities, supplying fuel, ammunition and other
stores.
Ships:
LHA
AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT SHIP
PRIMARY LANDING SHIPS USED TO PUT TROOPS ON SHORE IN HOSTILE AREAS.
Hurricane/typhoon.
64 knots or greater.
C/C 106 Ratings

AO
Aviation Ordnanceman
AVDLR
Aviation Depot Level Repair
LHA
Amphibious Assault Ship(general purpose)
SECNAV
Secretary of the Navy
HC
Helicopter combat support- Rotary wing
They perform duties such as plane guard, sea-air resuce, mail delivery and personnel transfer.
A/C: H-1, H-3, C-HH-46D, CH-53E
Identify the mission of:
T-2 Buckeye
Training
Ships:
AE
AMMUNITION SHIP
DELIVERS MISSILES AND AMMUNITION TO SHIPS.
C/C 110 Ships

CV/CVN
Carrier/Nuclear Powered Carrier

Carry, launch, retrieve, handle aircraft quickly & efficiently
the "driving force" behind current. designated by the letter (E).
voltage
5 volumes of NAMP
Vol.1-concepts,policies,maintenance suuport procedures,O&I level maintenance;Vol.2-D level maintenance;Vol.3-data processing requirements;Vol.5-Naval aviation maintenance standard operating procedures
DAPA
Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor
Guadalcanal
13-15 November 19435 carriers9 Feb 1943 island secured
What is an AZ
Aviation Maintenance Administrator
LOGISITICS
TRANSPORT OF TROOPS, PERSONNEL AND CARGO
Primary mission:
VQ
Fleet air reconaissance.
recording and analysis of electromagnetic energy.
C/C 110 Ships

LHD
Amphibious Warfare Ship (multipurpose)

can be amphibious assault ship or antisubmarine warfare ship
USS Langley
first aircraft carrier.
originally USS Jupiter (coal)
an operating procedure, practice, or condition, etc., that may result in injury or death if not carefully observed or followed
WARNING
LM
Supervise Aircraft loading of all carge and baggage. Ensure wiehg and balance data is prepared for the aircraft commander's signature prior to takeoff
first jet powered naval aircraft
FJ-1 Fury
C-2 Greyhound
provides logistics to deployed aircraft carriers for cargo & personnel
C/C 111 ShipsASR
Submarine Rescue Shiprescue striken sub crews. Can support dives to 1000ft.
Discuss the following weather warnings and their effects on naval aviation:
Tropical Storm
34-63 knots
Identify the mission of:
H-3 Sea King
Helicopter antisubmarine
SLATS
RETRACTED - FORMS LEADING EDGE OF WING; EXTENDED - BOUNDARY LAYER CONTROL
C/C 110 Ships

AFS
Combat Stores Ship

perform underway replenishment & services (food, fuel, parts, ammo)
What is the NATO symbol for JP4?
F40
these markings designate the landing area:
threshold markings
the force of gravity acting downward on the aircraft and everything on the aircraft.
weight
Hazardous Waste
Any discharged material which meets the definition of HM and or is designated as a hazardous waste by the EPA or a state authority.
JCN
a 9,10,or 11 character code assigned by the system serves as a base for MDR
thunderstorm/tornado warnings
thunderstorm-are forcast to impact the warning area;severe thunderstorm-wind gusts up to 50kts or greater and/or hail 3/4in. diameter or greater;tornado-sighted or detected by radar in or adjacent to the warning area, or have a strong potential to develop in the area
C/C 103All hands.
Be familiar with safety inst/regs applicable to their job/duties.
velocity
quickness or speed of an object at any given time. i.e MPH
Define and explain CRIPL
Consolidated remain in place list
UNIFIED COMMAND
COMPOSED OF MORE THAN ONE SERVICE OPERATING UNDER ONE COMMANDER
Describe a shallow underwater burst.
fireball normally not visable.
radiation is absorbed by the water.
may produce waves over 90ft.
What instrument shows A/C position as compared to planetary horizon?
Attitude Indicator.
8 May 1911
birth of Naval Aviation.
Cpt. W.I. Chambers bought 2 Glenn Curtis biplanes.
ordered first two a/c.
this shows the height of the aircraft above sea level
altimeters
this is hinged or movable control surfaces used for reducing the speed of aircraft
speed brakes
states that when a fluid flowing through a tube reaches a constriction or narrowing of the tube, the speed of the fluid passing through the constriction is increased and and its pressure decreased.
Bernoulli's Principle
Electromagnetic Pulse(EMP)
High altitude , air and surface bursts. may burn out electronic or electrical equipment.
weight
force of gravity acting downward on te aircraft and everything in the aircraft
state the purpose of emergency shore based recovery equipment
to arrest the aircraft and stop it in the shortest distance
state the purpose of emergency shore based recovery equipment
emergency procedure....
C/C 104Fleet Master Chief
Principle enlisted advisor to Fleet Commanders (6 of them).
109.2 D Identify the mission of the following naval aircraft: C-20.
Logistics Support
VX/VXE
VX - Air Test and Evaluation - Fixed Wing

Tests and evaluates the operational capabilities of new aircraft and equipment in an operational environment. They
develop tactic and doctrines for their most effective use.
Aircraft: A4M/T, TA-4J, A-6, AV-8, F/A-18A/B, S-3A/B, P-3A/C, UH-1N, AH-1J/T/W, SH-2F, SH-3H, SH-60B/F,
OV-10A/D
DEFINE CLASS B MISHAP.
RESULTING TOTAL COST OF REPORTABLE MATERIAL PROPERTY DAMAGE IS $200,000 OR MORE, BUT LESS THAN $1,000,000; OR AN INJURY OR OCCUPATIONAL ILLNESS RESULTS IN A PERMANENT PARTIAL DISABILITY; OR THREE OR MORE PERSONNEL ARE INPATIENT HOSPITALIZED.
State the primary mission of:
VFA
Strike Fighter

Employed for both fighter and attack missions.
DEFINE CHEMICAL WARFARE
intentional use of chemical agents to produce casualties,incapacitate,demoralize personnel, contaminate and or destroy areas/equipment/supplies.
C/C 113

Purpose of NATOPS evaluation.
Evaluates individual and unit compliance by observing and grading adherence to NATOPS procedures.
WHAT DOES THE RATING AE STAND FOR?
ANIATION ELECTRICIANS MATE
operational chain of command
*Unified- 2 or moe different services.
Specified- 1 service. road continuing mission.
*Fleet Commanders-
CINCPAC: 3rd & 7th
CINCLANT: 2nd
CINCUSNAVEO: 6th
*Task Force Commander
*Task Unit Commander
a training management system which evaluates the technical knowledge levels of aviation technicians
maintenance training improvement program (MTIP)
Daily Inspection
Lasts for 72 hours unless flown, lasts for 24 hours after first launch but cannot go over the 72 hour timeframe
How does maintenance and support factors contribue to aviation mishaps?
Improper maintenance, imporoper priority assignments on work requests, or lack of proper QA.
Effects of cold weather injuries
*Hypotermia- general cooling of body. appear dead. faint/undetectable pulse.*Superficial Frostbite- ice crystals on upper layer of skin. 32F or below.*Deep Frostbite- deeper tissue ice crystals. 32F or below.
State the purpose of altimeters
Height of A/C above sea level
EXPLAIN THE SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT HEAD.
DEPARTMENT HEAD: COORDINATES THE DEPARTMENTS SAFETY PROGRAM WITH THE UNIT'S SAFETY OFFICER AND SUPERVISE THE DEPARTMENTS DIVISIONS SAFETY OFFICER. ENSURE ALL SAFETY PRECAUSTIONS ARE STRICTLY OBSERVED BY ALL PERSONS WITH IN DEPARTMENT AND ALL OTHERS CONCERNED. PERSONEL FREQUENTLY AND THOROUGHLY INSTRUCTED AND DRILLED.
Discuss the following weather warning and its effect on naval aviation:
Thunderstorm/tornado warnings
1. Thunderstorm warning
Thunderstorms are within 3 miles of the airfield, or in the immediate area.
2. Severe thunderstorm warning
Thunderstorms with wind gusts to 50 knots or greater and/or hail of 3/4 inch in diameter or greater is forecast to impact the warning area.
3. Tornado warning
Tornadoes have been sited or detected by RADAR in or adjacent to the warning area, or have a strong potential to develop in the warning area.
Describe the purpose of the following organiztional maintenance activity's NALCOMIS subsystem:
Logs/records
Establishes and maintains configuration profiles for engines, aircraft, and any Aeronautical Equipment Service Record (AESR) records.
Purpose of NAVFLIRS.
It is a single source document flight data in support of MDS.(maintenance data system)
Flight activity data collection.
AKA - yellow sheet.
MOPP level 1.
Gas masks are issued, fitted and kept at battle stations. An inventory of chemical/biological defense equipment is conducted.
WHAT ARE THE DETAILS OF A HURRICANED/TYPHOON?
64 KNOTS OR MORE
receipt and distribution control of manuals, and ensuring manuals are updated throughout the maintenance organization. internal control and distribution of the NAMP is a responsibility of this:
central technical publications library (CTPL)
these will not be awarded to anyone with a performance evaluations mark below 3.0 or prior non-judicial punishment (NJP) or courts-martial conviction
good conduct awards
examples of a pressure point
jaw, temple, collarbone, neck, inner upper arm, inner elbow, wrist, ankle, knee, groin, upper thigh
Discuss how naval aviation supports the following warfare areas:
a. Reconnaisssance/surveillance
b. Antisubmarine
c. Amphibious assault
d. Logistics
e. Search and Rescue
f. Mine Warfare
a. Interception, recording and anaylisis of radiated electromagnetic energy
b. Used to locate and destroy subamarines
c. an assualt where land meets sea
d. transports troops, personnel and cargo
e. rescue of downed, stranded or disable people by land or sea
f. Use of ships, subs, aircraft or helo's to find and destroy enemy mines
107.5 G Describe the following aerodynamic terms: Vertical Axis.
An imaginary reference line running from the top to the bottom of the aircraft. The movement associated with this axis is yaw.
State the meaning of the following terms:
Warning
Caution
Note
Shall
Should
May
Will
Warning- An operating procedure, practice, or condition, etc., that may result in injury or death if not carefully observed or followed
Caution- An operating procedure, practice, or condition, etc., that may result in damage to equipment if not carefully observed or followed.
Note- An operating procedure, practice, or condition, etc., that must be emphasized.
Shall- Means a procedure that is mandatory.
Should- Means a procedure that is recommended.
May- "May" and "need not" mean procedure is optional.
Will- Indicates futurity and never indicates any degree of requirement for application of a procedure.
Discuss HM storage and inspection requirements.
Stowage locations shall be inspected weekly and quarterly, inspect for tightness of closure, corrosion, leakage, imporper or inadequate labeling, and expired shelf-life
Explain the purpose of the following:
tactical air navigation (TACAN) system
TACAN uses a bearing determining system to determine aircraft position and distance from a TACAN station. The primary navigation aid used by carrier based aircraft
Define the term aircraft handling.
Aircraft handling is a general term that describes any movement of aircraft or associated equipment.
Define the following as applied to aviation maintenance:
Illustrated Parts Breakdown (IPB
Contains illustrations and part numbers for all parts of the aircraft or equipment on which it is issued. The IPB contains information required for ordering parts, and for identifying parts and arrangements of parts in assemblies.
WHAT ARE THE DETAILS OF A STORM WARNING?
48 KNOTS OR MORE
an object at rest will remain at rest, or an object in motion will continue in motion at the same speed and in the same direction, until acted upon by and outside force:
Newton's first law
103.4 Discuss how the following contribute to aviation mishaps: [ref. d, ch. 3]

Material failures or malfunctions
Consider all material failures and malfunctions thoroughly, whether the failures or malfunctions occurred because of faulty
design, defective manufacture, or repair. Most mishaps blamed on material failure may really involve maintenance factors or
human error.
What 3 A/C carriers are boiler powered?
Kennedy, Constellation and Kitty Hawk.
108.10 C Explain the significance of: Airfield Lighting System.
Procedures for the operation of airport lighting are in FAA Handbook 7110.65. Operation of the airport lighting at controlled airports is normally the responsibility of the tower. When the airfield is closed, all associated lighting is shut down with the following exceptions: 1. Navigable airspace obstruction lights 2. Rotating beacons used as a visual orientation aid in a metropolitian area.Airport lighting systems are standardized by the Air Force, Navy, and FAA to present a uniform and unmistakable appearance. These standards specify the location, spacing, and color of lighting components in use.
108.9 B Identify the safety hazard areas associated with the following: Exhaust (engine and APU).
Jet engine exhausts create many hazards to personnel. The 2 most serious hazards of jet engine exhaust are the high temperature and high velocity of the exhaust gases from the tailpipe. High temperatures can be found up to several hundred feet from the tailpipe. The closer you get to the aircraft, the higher the exhaust temperatures. When a jet engine is starting, sometimes excess fuel can accumulate in the tailpipe. When the fuel ignites, long flames shoot out of the tailpipe. Personnel should be clear of this danger area at all times.
104.3 C Discuss the following as they apply to the administrative chain of command: Fleet Commander in Chief (CINC).
The Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet (CINCPACFLT), commands the Third and Seventh Fleets. The Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet (CINCLANTFLT), commands the Second Fleet. The Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Naval Forces, Europe (CINCUSNAVEUR), commands the Sixth Fleet.Pacific and Atlantic Fleets include ships and craft classified and organized into commands by types, the titles of which are: training commands, surface forces, fleet marine forces, naval air forces, and submarine forces.
Explain the purpose of the Auxiliary Power Unit (APU)
Furnish electrical power when engine driven compressors arnt on, or when external power is not available
Describe the purpose of MCU-2P Protective mask
Protects face, eyes, nose, throat and lungs
Discuss the significance of 8 May 1911, as it applies to naval aviation.
Captain W. I. Chambers prepared requisitions for two Glenn Curtiss
biplanes. One, the Triad, was to be equipped for arising from or alighting on land or water; with a metal tipped propeller designed for a speed of at least 45 miles per hour; with provisions for carrying a passenger alongside the pilot; and with controls that could be operated by either the pilot or the passenger.
The machine thus described, later became the Navy's first airplane, the A-1.
Although these requisitions lacked the signature of the Chief of the Bureau of Navigation, necessary to direct the General Storekeeper to enter into a contract with the Curtiss Company, they did indicate Captain Chambers' decision as to which airplanes the Navy should purchase.
The planes were purchased for $5,500 each.
From this, May 8 has come to be considered the date upon which the Navy ordered its first airplane and has been officially proclaimed to be the birthday of naval aviation.
Define Newton's first law of motion:
According to Newton's first law of motion (inertia), an object at rest will remain at rest, or an object in motion will continue in motion at the same speed and in the same direction, until acted upon by an outside force.
Define Newton's second law of motion:
The second law of motion (force) states that if an object moving with uniform speed is acted upon by an external force, the change of motion, or acceleration, will be directly proportional to the amount of force and inversely proportional to the mass of the object being moved.
Explain the purpose of the following message components:
Narrative information line
Used to provide amplifying information which pertains to the data text.
Discuss the security considerations that apply to an individual's NALCOMIS log in and password.
a. Protect your password. b. Do not share, loan, or write down your password. c. Protect passwords from unauthorized viewing. d. Do not leave your terminal or computer while logged in; always log off when complete. e. Know who the security personnel are.
Identify the primary mission of the following non-aviation capable ships:
ARS - Rescue and Salvage Ship
Render assistance to disabled ships, provide towing, salvage, diving, firefighting and heavy lift capabilities.
AFM fund is used to procure what items?
Paints, rags, cleaning agents etc...
Aviation fuel used at I level
Consumable hand tools
Flight deck boots
WHAT DOES A CLASS B MISHAP CONSIST OF?
$200,000-$1,000,000 IN DAMAGE, INJURY, OR HOSPITALIZATION OF 5 OR MORE PEOPLE
How does naval aviation support amphibious assults?
Transition during combat from sea to shore
what are the 11 principle point on each side of the body?
facial artery (jaw), superficial temporal(temple), subclavian (collar bone), common carotid (neck), brachial (inner elbow), radial/ulnar (wrist), femoral (upper thigh), iliac (groin), popliteal (knee), anterior/posterior tibial (ankle)
102.4 Describe the symptoms and treatment for shock. [ref. a, ch. 20]
Shock is a disruption of the circulatory system. Symptoms include vacant or lackluster eyes, shallow or irregular breathing,
cold, pale skin, nausea, and weak or absent pulse. Individuals usually faint do to the poor supply of oxygen to the brain.
Treatment is to lay the victim down with the feet elevated 6-12 inches. Cover them to maintain body heat. Reassure and calm
the victim, if conscious.
state the purpose of standard taxi signals
universal hand signals used throughout the armed forces so there is no misunderstanding between the handler and the crew
C/C 103 Responsibilities of the Ground Safety Officer.
Principle advisor to the CO on all ground safety matters.
107.23 A State the purpose of the following: Pilot-static.
The pitot-static system in an aircraft includes some of the instruments that operate on the principle of the barometer. It consists of a pitot-static tube and 3 indicators, all connected with tubing that carries air. The three indicators are the altimeter, airspeed indicator, and the rate-of-climb indicator. Each operates on air taken from outside the aircraft during flight. The tube or line from the pitot tube to the airspeed indicator applies the pressure of the outside air to the indicator. The indicator is calibrated so various air pressures cause different readings. The pitot tube is mounted on the outside of the aircraft at a point where air is least likely to be turbulent. It points in a forward direction parallel to the aircraft's line of flight. Static means stationary or not changing. The static port introduces outside air, at its normal outside atmospheric pressure, as though the aircraft were standing still in the air. The static line applies this outside air to the airspeed indicator, altimeter, and rate-of-climb indicator.
Describe the methods for clearing an obstructed airway
Wrap your arms around victims waist, grasp your wrist and place the thumb side of your fist against abdomen, above navel and just below ribs. 4 quick upward thrusts, repeat until obstruction is gone
Discuss the purpose of the HM Authorized Use List (AUL).
A current inventory of HM, chemical substances, or components known or suspected to contain HM used for local acquisition and use. Local workcenters or codes should maintain a current inventory of items authorized for local use and keep it current.
In a landing gear assembly, what is the purpose of the shocks/struts assembly?
Absorbs shock created from A/C landing.
who is authorized to release aircraft safe for flight?
persons may sign the record if authorized and designated in writing by the CO
5 terms that apply to Operational Risk Management(ORM)
Identify hazards, Assess hazards, Make risk decisions, Implement controls, Supervise
explain the purpose of the liquid oxygen exchange area
designated area that is used for servicing lox carts and lox bottles for aircraft that require lox
What is the mission of the CV class of ships?
Non-nuclear aircraft carrier.
Designed to carry, launch, retrieve and handle combat A/C quickly and efficently.
102.10 A Describe the effects of the following cold weather injuries: Hypothermia.
General cooling of whole body caused by exposure, pale and unconcious, breathing is slow and shallow, body may seem stiff. Bring body temprature to normal using warmth (no hot drinks or stimulants). Take victem to medical.
Explain the purpose of a safety stand down
Devote time and safety to training awareness and enhancement of the command safety climate
Discuss the following as it apply to the administrative chain of command:
Naval Air Force Commander (Type Commander/Aircraft Controlling Custodian)
The Naval Air Force Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet (CDRAIRPAC) and Naval Air Force Commander U.S. Atlantic Fleet (CDRSIRLANT), are directly below Commander-in-Chief, Pacific or Atlantic Fleet, in the administrative chain of command. The Commander is usually a Vice Admiral in rank.


Type Commanders are in command of a certain type of squadron. They may be in command of VA, VAW, VS, VR, HS, HC, VX, etc. type commands.
Aircraft Controlling Custodians is the term applied to air commands and COMNAVAIRSYSCOM for exercising administrative control of assignment, employment, and logistics support of certain aircraft and aircraft engines as specified by the CNO. The following ACC's have been designated by CNO: COMANVAIRLANT, COMNAVAIRPAC, CNATRA, COMNAVAIRESFOR, and COMNAVAIRSYSCOM
Describe a turbojet engine system.
It projects a column of air to rear of engine at high velocity.
103.3 Explain the functions of the Safety Council/Enlisted Safety Committee. [ref. b, ch. 2]
A Safety Council is formed to set goals, manage assets, and review safety related recommendations. These Councils are
formed in activities that are large in number such as an aircraft squadron or air station or larger. A record of meetings is kept.
The council will review command plans, policies, procedures, conditions, and instructions for accuracy, content, currency,
and responsiveness to corrective recommendations. The ground, aviation, and aero medical (flight surgeon) safety officers
must be standing members of the council. The Enlisted Safety Committee is formed of representatives from each work center
and other activities, such as AIMD, Medical, etc. They will meet once a month and discuss safety issues and provide
recommendations for improved safety procedures.
What is the mission of the FFG class of ships?
Guided missle Frigates.
Used for open ocean escort and patrol.
107.2 C Define the following laws of motion: Newtons Third Law.
The third law of motion (action and reaction) states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. This law is demonstrated with a balloon. If you inflate a balloon and release it without securing the neck, as the air is expelled, the balloon will move in the opposite direction of the air rushing out of it.
What type of A/C do CG carry and how many?
1 LAMPS Mk III SH-60B Helo.
State the location and contents of the oil spill containment kit.
Each ship shall maintain one Mk 11 Oil Spill Containment and Cleanup Kit, AEL 2-550024006, for overboard spills, and AEL 2-550024007, for spills onboard ship. These kits include shovels, gloves, coveralls, buckets, absorbent, and sufficient quantities of containers and labels at the hazardous waste accumulation facility.
Many ships are confused over the use and contents of the Mark II Oil Containment and clean-up kit(AEL 2-550024006), and the Hazardous Material Spill Response Kit (AEL 2-550024007).

The Mark II Oil Containment and Clean-up kit is intended for overboard, waterborne oil spill response. The objective of the oil spill kit is to contain oil floating on the water. The absorbent in the kit floats and does not absorb water, only oil or oily substances.

The Hazmat spill kit, on the other hand, is intended for on-board ship spills only. The absorbents in the hazmat spill kit absorb water and would sink if used for oil spills over the side, causing more pollution. Also, the Hazmat spill kit contains protective equipment, bags, and labels which would be applicable to a chemical spill, but are not usually required for oil spill cleanup. Ships must also have an oil spill contingency plan, and a hazardous material spill contingency plan, since each area addresses different equipment, responses,and reporting requirements.
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