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What term is used to describe those who know nothing of the sea?
1. non esws
2. landlubber
3. light limited
4. plankowner
landlubber
The front of the ship is considered.
1. front
2. stern
3. bow
4. topside
Bow
The back of the ship is considered.
1. bow
2. fwd
3. back
4. stern
Stern
Going toward the stern is called going_______.
1. fwd
2. aft
3. aloft
4. ashore
Aft
Going toward the Bow is called going_______.
1. forward
2. aft
3. backward
4. home
Forward
A ship divided in half lengthwise is called the ____________.
1. port side
2. stbd side
3. centerline
4. topside
Centerline
When facing forward everything to the right is the _________ side.
1. port
2. left
3. right
4. starboard
starboard
When facing forward everything to the left is the__________ side.
1. starboard
2. aft
3. fwd
4. port
port
If the anchor is located on the left side of the ship it is considered as the ______ .
1. left anchor
2. stbd anchor
3. port anchor
4. fwd anchor
port anchor
When you go toward the centerline of the ship this is considered _________.
1. outboard
2. inboard
3. center
4. p-way
inboard
When you are going away from the centerline this is considered _________.
1. outbound
2. right
3. left
4. outboard
outboard
The extreme width of the ship is the ________ .
1. width
2. beam
3. stern
4. hull
beam
What is it called when going up the mast?
1. up
2. topside
3. aloft
4. over the side
aloft
An object to the rear of the ship is considered to be __________.
1. aft
2. back
3. astern
4. abreast
astern
What is it when a ship is leaning to one side or the other?
1. leaning
2. rocking
3. list
4. rolling
List
What is the supporting body of a ship called?
1. frame
2. hull
3. backbone
4.bulkhead
The Hull
What is the backbone of the ship?
1. bulkhead
2. keel
3. radar
4. engineer dept
The Keel
Vertical walls on a ship are called what?
1. walls
2. bulkhead
3. ceiling
4. overhead
Bulkhead
When a ship goes up and down (fore and aft) this is called_______.
1. rocking
2. rolling
3. pitch
4. rough seas
Pitch
When a ship goes from side to side this is called ______.
1. roll
2. pitch
3. rocking
4. astern
Roll
The water level along the hull of a ship afloat is referred as.
1. outboard
2. below
3. waterline
4. afloat
The Waterline
What is the distance from the waterline to the maindeck referred as?
1. waterline
2. deck
3. freedeck
4. q-deck
Freeboard
The floors of a ship is referred as.
1. floors
2. mat
3. covers
4. decks
decks
The rooms of a ship are referred as.
1. rooms
2. space
3. area
4. compartments
Compartments
What 3 compartments are referred to as rooms?
1. Wardroom
2. Stateroom
3. Engine room
The short posts used as lifelines supports are also called ____________.
1. lines
2. stanchions
3. ropes
4. harness
stanchions
Deck or part of a deck exposed to the weather is called ____________.
1. maindeck
2. flight deck
3. quarter deck
4. weather deck
weather deck
In all ships but aircraft carriers the uppermost complete deck is the ________.
main deck
On aircraft carrier the main deck is called _________.
1. maindeck
2. flight deck
3. quarter deck
4. hangar deck
hangar deck
On most ships what is the damage control deck?
1. 1st or 2nd
2. 2nd or 3rd
3. aft
4. fwd
Second or Third deck
What area is designated by the CO for the conduct of official functions only.
1. berthing
2. wardroom
3. chief mess
4. quarterdeck
Quarterdeck
True or False. All doors leading to weather decks are of the watertight variety
True
Doors are held closed by fittings called ______.
1. hinges
2. locks
3. pins
4. dogs
dogs
What is utilized for horizontal access through decks?
1. scuttles
2. hatches
3. doors
4. latches
Hatches
The solid part of a ship above the main deck is called the _________.
1. mast
2. balkhead
3. superstructure
4. outside
Superstructure
A ship that has 3 mast what are the names of the mast, from fwd to aft.
1. aft, fwd, mizzen
2. mizzen, fwd, aft
3. fwd, aft, mizzen
4. mizzen, aft, fwd
1.foremast
2.aftmast
3.mizzenmast
The large pipes that carry off smoke and gases from the engine rooms are referred to as ______.
1. steam pipe
2. whistle
3. flaggstaff
4. stacks
Stacks
The top of the mast is referred to as ________.
1. topside
2. trunk
3. aloft
4. over the side
Trunk
Commission pennant is secured to a _______ and hoisted to the trunk.
1. pigstick
2. flag pole
3. mast
4. superstructure
pigstick
Ships that have radar antennas at the top of their mast fly the commission pennant where?
1. highest convenient location
2. aft mast
3. fwd mast
4. not at all
Highest convenient location
What is flown on the gaff?
1. nothing
2. national ensign
3. ships flag
4. co's flag
National Ensign
when is the National Ensign flown on the gaff?
1. in port
2. in the yards
3. underway
4. man aloft
ship is underway
Inport where is the national ensign flown?
1. aft
2. aloft
3. flaggstaff
4. never
flaggstaff (stern of the ship)
Where is the union jack flown?
1. jackstaff
2. fwd
3 aloft
4. never
jackstaff (bow of the ship)
Who controls the speed contols on a ship?
1. lee helms
2. helms
3. ood
4. jood
lee helms
Compartments on the port side are _______ numbers.
1. even
2 odd
3. letters
4. symbols
even
Compartments on the stbd side are _______ numbers.
1. even
2. odd
3. letters
4. symbols
odd
True or False. A zero precedes the deck number for all levels above the main deck
True
What does USS mean?
1. United Sailing Ship
2. Underway sailing ship
3. United ship Sailing
4. United States Ship
United States Ship
How many different category of ships are there?
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
4
What are the categorgies of ships?
1. combat ship, aux ship, combat craft, support craft
2. ddg, cg, sub, carriers
3. ffg, sub, cg, carriers
4. lpd, sub, cg, carriers
1.combatant ship
2.auxiliary ship
3.combatant craft
4.support craft
How is the size of a ship usually given?
1. weight
2. people
3. displacement
4. type
displacement
True or False. A zero precedes the deck number for all levels above the main deck
True
What are the 3 types of carriers?
1. cg, cv, cvn
2. cv, cvn, cc
3. cv, cvn, training carrier
4. cv, cvn, carrier
1. CV
2. CVN
3. training carrier
What are the 2 types of cruisers?
1. cg, cgg
2. cgv, cg
3. cg, cgn
3. cgg, cgn
1. CG
2. CGN
What is the fastest means of landing large numbers of personnel, equipment and supplies?
1. carrier
2. airplane
3. amphibious
4. 2 carriers
Amphibious ships
What is the newest type of amphibious class ship?
1. LPP
2. LPH
3. LPD
4. LHH
LPD
What are battleships named after?
1. CITY
2. PEOPLE
3. WARS
4. STATES
States
What class ship was developed for the purpose of open ocean escort and patrol?
1. SUB
2.CRUISERS
3.FRIGATES
4.CARRIERS
frigate
What class ship depends on speed and mobility for protection?
1. FFG
2.DESTROYER
3.CRUISER
4.AMPHIB
Destroyer
What class ship provides fuel and supplies?
1. CRUISER
2. AUXILIARY
3. AMPHIB
4. SUB
Auxiliary ships
What does the second letter designate of an auxiliary ship describe ex. AO, AE?
1. SIZE OF THE SHIP
2. HOW MANY PEOPLE
3. TYPE OF SHIP
4. SERVICE IT PROVIDES
the services it provides
AO (oilers) AE (explosives)
During replenishment the separation of how many feet is maintained between ships?
1. 75
2. 100
3. 150
4. 175
100 feet
What is the largest and most powerful auxiliary class ship?
1. AO
2. AOE
3. CARRIER
4. AE
AOE
The fuel hoses on the AOE are designated to permit an average ship separation of how many feet during a replenishement?
1. 100
2. 150
2. 200
4. 250
200 feet
What type of replenishment allows a receiving ship to stay on station in combat formation?
1. PIERSIDE
2. VERT REP
3. UNREP
4. NONE OF THE ABOVE
vertical replenishment (vert rep)
Support craft desingators usually start with what letter?
1. S
2. K
3. Y
4. H
"Y"
Navy acquired it first aircraft in what year?
1. 1900
2. 1911
3. 1915
4. 1920
1911
3 basic parts of a fixed wing aircraft and rotary wing aircraft
1. WING, FIN, TANK
2. TAIL, WING, FUSELAGE
3. WING, PROPELLOR, TANK
4. TAIL, FUSELAGE, WING
1. wing
2. tail
3. fuselage
All aircrafts have what type of designation?
1. MULTI SERVICE DESIGNATIONS
2. TRI SERVICE DESIGNATIONS
3. BI SERVICE DESIGNATIONS
4. SINGLE SERVICE DESIGNATIONS
tri service designations