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WHAT IS A S-3
VIKING
WHAT IS A F-18
HORNET
WHAT IS A F-14
TOMCAT
WHAT IS A UH-1
HUEY
STATE THE 6 BILLS
(SEABOW)
SPECIAL
EMERGANCY
ADMINISTRATIVE
BATTLE
OPERATIONAL
WATCH, QUARTER, AND STATION
How is line measured?
Circumference
WHAT IS A CONREP
CONNECTED REPLENISHMENT
WHAT IS HOWSER
> 5" LINE
WHAT DOES "BALL" MEAN
AT ANCHOR
HOW IS LINE MEASURED
BY CIRCUMFERENCE
WHAT IS A SH-60
SEA HAWK
WHAT IS A AH-1
SEA COBRA
WHAT IS A CH-53
SUPER STALLION
WHAT IS A UH-46
SEA KNIGHT
WHAT IS THE TDS
TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM
WHAT IS NRFI
NOT READY FOR ISSUE
WHAT IS BAMS
BATTLEGROUP ASSET MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
WHAT IS A MAM
MAINTENANCE ASSIST MODULES
Which instruction ensures the common organizational properties of every command in the Navy?
SORM
What flag is flown for HERO?
Lima
What does EMCON stand for?
EMmissions CONtrol
STATE THE SEVEN PRINCIPLES OF NAVAL LOGISTICS
SERVIVABILITY
SUSTAINABILITY
SIMPLICITY
FLEXIBILITY
ECONOMY
ATTAINABILITY
RESPONSIVENESS
WHAT IS A NEO
NONE COMBATANT EVACUATOIN OPERATION
WHAT IS A FFG
GUIDED MISSLE FAST FRIGIT
WHAT IS A MRE
MEAL READY TO EAT
WHAT DISTANCE IS MAINTAINED DURING UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT
160-180 FT
WHAT IS SMALL STUFF
1 1/2" AND SMALLER
WHAT DOES "BALL BALL" MEAN
NOT UNDER COMMAND
WHAT IS THE IFF
IDENTIFICATION FRIEND OR FOE
WHAT DOES DTG STAND FOR
DATE TIME GROUP
WHAT IS THE:
SORN
SORM
STANDARD ORGINIZATION AND REGULATIONS OF THE NAVY

SHIPS ORGINIZATION AND REGULATIONS MANUAL
WHAT ARE THE 3 LEVELS OF WAR
TACTICAL
OPERATIONAL
STRATIGIC
Besides the 5"54 what other gun system is found on Navy Surface Combantants?
76mm
What color helmet dose the winch operator wear?
Brown
Who is responsible for maintaining boiler water and food water chemistry?
Oil King
HOW MANY PERSONNEL MUST BE PRESENT TO HAVE A CMC
250
WHAT FLAG IS USED FOR REFUELING/AMMO LOADING
BRAVO (RED)
WHAT DOES RADAR STAND FOR
RADIO DETECTION AND RANGING
WHAT ARE THE SIX CATAGORIES OF HAZMAT
FLAMABLE
AEROSOL
TOXIC
COMPRESSED GAS
OXIDIZING
CORROSIVE
When handling line, if you want to tell someone to stop, what line command do you use?
Avast
What flag is flown for helo only flight quarters?
Hotel
At the inception of the Navy, what naval vessels had 28-44 guns and were considered "The Cruisers of the 18th Century"?
Frigates
What frequency band is used for line of sight short range communications?
UHF
What speed is maintained during an UNREP?
12-16 knots
WHAT FLAG IS USED FOR DIVERS
ALPHA (WHITE AND BLUE)
WHAT IS THE FREQUENCY RANGE FOR ULTRA HIGH FREQUENCY
300MHZ-3 GHZ
WHAT IS THE FREQUENCY RANGE FOR SUPER HIGH FREQUENCY
3-30 GHZ
WHAT DOES THE LEE HELMSMAN DO
PROVIDES THE SPEED INPUT
WHAT ARE THE CSOSS WATCH STANDERS
COMBAT SYSTEMS READINESS
COMBAT SYSTEMS OFFICER OF THE WATCH
AREA SUPERVISOR
HOW LONG IS THE CVN 70'S FLIGHT DECK
1092 FEET
WHAT IS THE HOWSPIPE
HOLE THAT THE ANCHOR TRAVELS THROUGH
WHAT DOES PRIORITY MEAN
WHAT IS ITS SYMBOL
3 HOURS
(P)
In gun systems a temperary failure or delayed ignition of primer, igniter, or propelling charge is known as what?
Hang Fire
What kind of ship is an LCC?
Amphibious Command Ship
What kind of ship is an ATF?
Ocean going Tug
How many Fathoms is one shot of anchor chain?
15
In what year was the Great White Fleet launched on it's around the world cruise?
1907
WHAT DOES FLASH MEAN
AS FAST AS POSSIBLE <10 MIN (Z)
WHAT FLAG IS USED FOR BOAT RECALL OR QUARINTINE
QUEBECK (YELLOW)
WHAT ARE 2 TYPES OF DISCHARGES FROM THE NAVY
ADMIN AND PUNITIVE
What day shapes are displayed over a vessel that has run aground?
Ball, Ball, Ball
What does the COSAL do?
Ensure sufficient amounts of repair parts are onboard
What battle was the first to be fought entirely by aircraft launched by carriers?
Coral Sea
WHAT ARE MAN ROPES
LINES SUSPENDED OVER THE BOAT FROM A DAVIT. KNOTTED FOR GRIP ALLOWING BOARDING PERSONNEL TO PLACE 75% OF THEIR BODY WEIGHT
WHAT IS A SEA PAINTER
LINE USED TO HOLD A BOATS BOW
NAME THE DATE OF THE FOLLOWING BATTLES:
CORAL SEA
GREAT WHITE FLEET
NORMANDY
MIDWAY
GUADICANAL
LEYTE GULF
MAY 1942
DEC 1907
JUNE 1944
JUNE 1942
NOV 1942
OCT 23 1944
What was the first ship named after an Enlisted Man?
USS OSMOND INGRAM
What are the six areas of Naval Doctrine?
Warfare, Operations, Logistics, Planning, Command and Control, Intelligence
WHAT IS A STEADY LINE
LINES FORWARD AND AFT THAT STEADY THE BOAT AS IT IS RAISED
WHAT IS THE SWING CIRCLE
THE CIRCLE AROUND THE SHIP WHERE THE RADIOUS IS THE DISTANCE FROM THE ANCHOR TO THE END OF THE SHIP
WHAT IS THE DRAG CIRCLE
A CIRCLE AROUND THE SHIP OUTSIDE THE SWING CIRCLE USED TO DETERMINE IF THE ANCHOR IS HOLDING
EXPLAIN THE FOLLOWING PAGES IN THE ENLISTED SERVICE RECORD:
2/4/13
2- EMERGANCY RECALL INFO
4- ENLISTED QUALIFICATIONS
13- ADMIN REMARKS
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 2 DEMENTIONAL AND 3 DEMENTIONAL RADARS
2 DEMENTIONAL- RANGE AND BEARING
3 DEMENTIONAL- RANGE, BEARING, AND HEIGHT
WHAT THREE CLASSES OF NAVAL VESSELS EXISTED AT THE INCEPTION OF THE NAVY
SHIPS OF THE LINE 64-100 GUNS
FRIGATES 28-44 GUNS
SLOOPS OF WAR 10-20 GUNS
WHAT FLAG IS USED FOR PERSONNEL RECALL
PAPA (BLUE WITH WHITE SQUARE IN MIDDLE)
WHAT ARE THE WARNING SIGNALS FOR HURRICANES
2 HURRICANE FLAGS (RED WITH BLACK SQUARE) FOR WINDS >64 KNOTS
What is the purpose of the Degausing System?
Reduce the Magnetic Signature of the Ship
WHAT IS A SSBN AND WHAT IS ITS PRIMARY MISSION
NUCLEAR BALLISTIC MISSILE SUB- A DETURANT
WHAT IS THE P&D LINE AND HOW IS IT MARKED
PHONE AND DISTANCE LINE
MARKED BY FLAGS EVERY 20 FEET AND COLORED GREEN RED YELLOW BLUE WHITE GREEN...
Admiral
17 guns
Rear Admiral
13 guns
13-15 November 1942
Guadalcanal
6th fleet
Naval Forces, Europe
2nd fleet
Atlantic Fleet Norfolk, Virginia
ADMININSRATION/ ORGRANIZATION
Service Record Entries: PG2
Dependent Application/Record of Emergency Data Form
SUPPLY
OPTAR: EMRM
Equipment Maintenance Related Material/Part
-Provides parts and repair related consumables required to complete organizational level maintenance.
NAVPERS 1070/604 (Awards & Qualifications)
Page 4
Points the way for intelligence support in meeting the requirements of both regional conflicts and operations other than war.
Naval Intelligence
SONAR stands for what?
SOund Navigation And Ranging
What year was the Naval reserve formed?
1915
Develops doctrine to reaffirm the foundation of U.S. Navy and Marine Corps expeditionary maritime traditions
Naval Operations
Validating COSAL
Every 2-3 years download everything & validating during ILO. Reconciliate what is sorted and what is not.
was the turning point of the Pacific war.
Midway
What kind of rations are utilized during battle stations when the galley is not available?
Meals-Ready-to-Eat (MRE's)
GUN SALUTES
21 GUN SALUTE
Washington's Birthday, Independence Day, Memorial Day, President of the United States and Foreign Heads of States.
Subject to involuntary recall for war or national emergency, or by the president up to 90 days to
support operational requirements without the declaration of national emergency.
Selected Reserve
To provide standards for combating mines.
Mine Countermeasures Control
How do you identify RAD-CON Boundaries?
Yellow and magenta rope
What is the Frequency of UHF?
300MHz - 3 GHz
ADMININSRATION/ ORGRANIZATION
CMEO: Command Training Team (CTT)
Evaluates how much command members actually know about EO.
-Consists of cross-section of people from different ranks, genders, races, and departments.
-Required if CMD has 50+ Ppl
SUPPLY
OPTAR: Departmental Budget
-Mandatory.
-DEPT Heads must have full knowledge of the budget so funds can be obligated properly.
104.1 Discuss the shipboard organizational structure and the duties, responsibilities and authority of:
j. Ship’s 3-M Coordinator
j. Ship’s 3-M Coordinator- Responsible to the CO for the completion of all Maintenance and the training and testing of all maintenancemen.
103.1 Discuss the responsibilities of the following:
f. Type Commander (TYCOM)
f. Type Commander (TYCOM)

Responsible for the ships that make up the operational numbered fleets.
There are five of them under each CINC
Name the Supply Divisions
S6-SX
- S6 Aviation Stores
- S8 General Stores
- S9 HAZMAT, S10 QA
- S11 Chiefs Mess
- S12 Post Office
- SX DC for Supply
What is electric driven that automatically comes one when lube oil pressure drops to 25 PSI?
Emergency lube oil pump (ELOP)
Provides the basic concepts to fulfill the information needs of commanders, forces, and weapon systems.
Naval Command and Control
Compilation of 3 1357’s. Efficiency is determined by Navy Food Service System Office (NFSSO).
Quarterly foodservice report (Form 1358).
102.3 State the seven principles of Naval Logistics.
1. Responsiveness:

Providing the right support at the right time, at the right place. This is the most important principle of logistics. Ensuring that adequate logistics resources are responsive to operational needs should be the focus of logistic planning. Such planning requires clear guidance from the commander to his planners; also, it requires clear communication between operational commanders and those who are responsible for providing logistic support. The operational commander’s concept of operations must be thoroughly familiar to the supporting elements—to ensure responsive, integrated support. Responsiveness is a product of logistic discipline, as well. Commanders and logisticians who consistently overestimate their requirements—in quantity and priority – risk slowing the systems ability to respond.
103.7 Discuss the following:
d. TAR
d. TAR

Serve on full-time active duty in support of the Naval Reserve.
U.S. NAVY FLEETS
AOR & Headquarters for 3RD Fleet
AOR: Pacific Ocean
HQ: San Diego, CA
When would we do Emergency Destruction?
When the ship is under duress
State the six areas that comprises Naval Doctrine
1. Naval Warfare
2. Naval Intelligence
3. Naval Operations
4. Naval Logistics
5. Naval Planning
6. Naval Command and Control
State the six areas that comprises Naval Doctrine
1. Naval Warfare
Describes the inherent nature and enduring principles of naval forces.

2. Naval Intelligence
Points the way for intelligence support in meeting the requirements of both regional conflicts and operations other than war.

3. Naval Operations
Develops doctrine to reaffirm the foundation of U.S. Navy and Marine Corps expeditionary maritime traditions.

4. Naval Logistics
Addresses the full range of logistical capabilities that are essential in the support of naval forces.

5. Naval Planning
Examines force planning and the relationship between our capabilities and operational planning in the joint and multinational environment.

6. Naval Command and Control
Provides the basic concepts to fulfill the information needs of commanders, forces, and weapon systems.
104.6 Describe the effects of enlisted evaluations on the following:
d. Eligibility for reenlistment
d. Eligibility for reenlistment
A member with marks under 3.0 will not normally be able to reenlist. Decision weights on the discretion of the CO.
103.3 Discuss the function of the following operational commands:
c. Naval Forces, Europe- 6th fleet
c. Naval Forces, Europe- 6th fleet
Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe (COMUSNAVEUR) provides overall command, operational control, and coodination of U.S. Naval Forces in the European Command area of responsibility. As the Navy component in Europe, COMUSNAVEUR, plans, conducts, and supports naval operations in the European theater during peacetime, contingencies, in general war and as tasked by Commander, U.S. European Command
What is a Train Warning Circle?
Red circle painted outside the radius of the gun, launcher or direction for personnel safety
What are Unit Situation Reports (SITREP)?
Minor incidents reported to chain of command
104.2 Discuss the purpose of a shipboard battle organization in relation to the following:
h. Debarkation Control
h. Debarkation Control- To provide orderly debarkation of troops/equipment during an amphib assault
102.8 Discuss the conditions that led to the formation of the U.S. Navy.
The colonists formed Committes of Correspondence to communicate problems to England. They convened a Continental Congress to discuss these problems. This first congress met in 5 September 1774. At the meeting, the Congress produced a statement of rights it believed England should grant to the them. Then in October of 1774 the statement of rights was presented to the king. A second Continential Congress convened on 10 May 1775. The colonists appointed George Washington as CIC of the Continential American army on 15 June 1775. The Continential Congress acted as the provisional goverment for the colonies. They issued money, established a postal service, and created a Continential navy. The U.S. Navy has its birth on 13 October 1775. On this date the Second Continential Congress authorized the purchase of two vessels. The first CIC was Esek Hopkins, the first squadron of the Navy was put to sea in February 1776.
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What is the purpose of the COSAL?
Lists material required to achieve maximum self-supporting capabilities and storeroom allowances.
102.5 Discuss the following military customs and courtesies:
b. Saluting the Ensign
b. Saluting the Ensign
Each person in the naval service, upon coming on board a ship of the Navy, shall salute the national ensign. He shall stop on reaching the upper platforms of the accommodation ladder, or the shipboard end of the brow, face the national ensign, and render the salute, after which he shall salute the officer of the deck. On leaving the ship, he shall render the salutes in inverse order. The officer of the deck shall return both salutes in each case.

When passed by or passing the national ensign being carried, uncased, in a military formation, all persons in the naval service shall salute. Persons in vehicles or boats shall also be rendered to foreign national ensigns and aboard foreign men-of-war.
104.13 Discuss the purpose of the Command Managed Equal Opportunity (CMEO) Program in relation to:
e. Plan of Action and Milestone (POA & M)
e. Plan of Action and Milestone (POA & M) - Personnel are routinely informed of the status resulting from the annual command assessment.
102.4 What was the first navy ship named after an enlisted man?
Osmond Ingram (DD 255). It was launched 28 Feb 1919. Ingram was the first enlisted man killed in action in World War I, lost when the destroyer Cassin (DD 43) was torpedoed in October 1917.
What are the responsibilities of the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy?
Serves as an advisor to the CNO and Chief of Naval Personnel on matters concerning enlisted personnel and their families.
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