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107.1 Describe the duties, responsibilities and authority of the following personnel:
a. Operations Officer
* a. Operations Officer Responsible to the CO for all facets of the Operations Department.
107.1 Describe the duties, responsibilities and authority of the following personnel:
b. (CIC)/(CDC) Officer
* b. (CIC)/(CDC) Officer Responsible for getting timely information to the TAO.
107.1 Describe the duties, responsibilities and authority of the following personnel:
c. Communications Officer
* c. Communications Officer Responsible for all external communications.
107.2 Discuss the * primary missions of CIC/CDC.
* Primary -To provide the organized collection, display, evaluation, and dissemination of pertinent tactical information and intelligence to command and control stations.
107.2 Discuss the * secondary missions of CIC/CDC.
* Secondary -To control and/or assist in specific operations as delegated.
107.3
What are the *basic information flow* functions of CIC/CDC:
Gathering
Processing
Display
Evaluation
Dissemination
Control and assist
107.3 Explain the following *basic information flow* functions of CIC/CDC:
Gathering
* Gathering - Derived inputs from all sensors.
107.3 Explain the following *basic information flow* functions of CIC/CDC:
Processing
* Processing - Convert the data to useful information.
107.3 Explain the following *basic information flow* functions of CIC/CDC:
Display
* Display - The information reaching status boards or radar scopes.
107.3 Explain the following *basic information flow* functions of CIC/CDC:
Evaluation
* Evaluation - Determining what info is or what it means to the ship.
107.3 Explain the following *basic information flow* functions of CIC/CDC:
Dissemination
* Dissemination - Getting the info to the stations that require it.
107.3 Explain the following *basic information flow* functions of CIC/CDC:
Control and assist
* Control and assist - Such evolutions as sea and anchor and beach landings where CIC makes recommendations and provides specific information.
107.4
What are the general duties of the watch stations in CIC/CDC: ?
a. Tactical Action Officer (TAO)
b. CIC Watch Officer (CICWO)
c. Electronic Warfare Supervisor (EWS)
d. Air Warfare Coordinator (AWC)
e. Surface Warfare Coordinator (SUWC)
f. Undersea Warfare Coordinator (USWC)
g. Air Controllers (ASTAC/AIC/HDC)
h. CIC Watch Supervisor (CICWS)
i. Radar Operator
j. Shipping Officer
k. Piloting Officer
107.4 Discuss the general duties of the following watch stations in CIC/CDC:
a. Tactical Action Officer (TAO)
a. Tactical Action Officer (TAO) Direct advisor from the display/decision area.
107.4 Discuss the general duties of the following watch stations in CIC/CDC:

b. CIC Watch Officer (CICWO)
b. CIC Watch Officer (CICWO) Responsible for the coordination of all CIC functions
107.4 Discuss the general duties of the following watch stations in CIC/CDC:

c. Electronic Warfare Supervisor (EWS)
c. Electronic Warfare Supervisor (EWS) Collection and display of all available EW info.
107.4 Discuss the general duties of the following watch stations in CIC/CDC:

d. Air Warfare Coordinator (AWC)
d. Air Warfare Coordinator (AWC) Responsible for the Aviation tracks.
107.4 Discuss the general duties of the following watch stations in CIC/CDC:

e. Surface Warfare Coordinator (SUWC)
e. Surface Warfare Coordinator (SUWC) Responsible for all surface tracks.
107.4 Discuss the general duties of the following watch stations in CIC/CDC:

f. Undersea Warfare Coordinator (USWC)
f. Undersea Warfare Coordinator (USWC) Responsible for sub-surface information.
107.4 Discuss the general duties of the following watch stations in CIC/CDC:

g. Air Controllers (ASTAC/AIC/HDC)
g. Air Controllers (ASTAC/AIC/HDC) Responsible for positive control of all aircraft assigned for the completion of any assigned mission.
107.4 Discuss the general duties of the following watch stations in CIC/CDC:

h. CIC Watch Supervisor (CICWS)
h. CIC Watch Supervisor (CICWS) Supervises overall control of all watch stations in CIC
107.4 Discuss the general duties of the following watch stations in CIC/CDC:

i. Radar Operator
i. Radar Operator Operates the SPA-26.
107.4 Discuss the general duties of the following watch stations in CIC/CDC:

j. Shipping Officer
j. Shipping Officer Responsible for the close in surface picture, while close to shore.
Manned during Sea and Anchor.
107.4 Discuss the general duties of the following watch stations in CIC/CDC:

k. Piloting Officer
k. Piloting Officer Manned during Sea and Anchor. Assists the Bridge in Navigation.
107.5 Discuss the information contained in the following:
a. Operational Order (OPORDER)
a. Operational Order (OPORDER) Order sent to command by the chain of command.
107.5 Discuss the information contained in the following:
b. Operational Plan (OPLAN)
b. Operational Plan (OPLAN) Plan formulated by command to execute the order.
107.5 Discuss the information contained in the following:
c. Operational Tasking (OPTASK)
c. Operational Tasking (OPTASK) Execution of the plan.
107.7 Describe the following CIC/CDC plots and status boards, and discuss the functions:

a. Strategic plot
a. Strategic plot - A large area picture display showing position, movement, and strength of own and enemy sea, land, and air forces within a prescribed area of operation.
107.7 Describe the following CIC/CDC plots and status boards, and discuss the functions:

b. Geographic plot
b. Geographic plot - A true display of positions and movement of all friendly, enemy, and unidentified surface, subsurface, and certain air contacts.
107.7 Describe the following CIC/CDC plots and status boards, and discuss the functions:

c. Surface Summary plot
c. Surface Summary plot - A comprehensive relative display of positions and tracks of friendly, enemy, and unidentified surface and subsurface contacts.
107.7 Describe the following CIC/CDC plots and status boards, and discuss the functions:

d. Air Summary plot
d. Air Summary plot - Normally covers an area having a radius of 200 nautical miles from own ship.
107.7 Describe the following CIC/CDC plots and status boards, and discuss the functions:

e. Surface status board
e. Surface status board - Displays a summary of surface data, such as formation designation, screen composition, zig-zag plan in effect, base course
and speed, wind direction, and sea state.
107.7 Describe the following CIC/CDC plots and status boards, and discuss the functions:

f. Equipment status board
f. Equipment status board - Up to date info on ship’s own equipment.
107.7 Describe the following CIC/CDC plots and status boards, and discuss the functions:

g. Communications status board
g. Communications status board - A display indicating radio circuits, assigned frequencies, equipment being used, circuit designators, listing of programmable
channelization of patched UHF equipment for “quick dial” capability, down equipment, etc.
107.7 Describe the following CIC/CDC plots and status boards, and discuss the functions:

h. EW Information board
h. EW Information board - Displays info on intercept and radar, guard assignments, any EMCON conditions in effect, radiation characteristics of equipment on own ship and ship’s in company.