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What are the two general methods of
underway replenishment (UNREP)?

1. STREAM and vertical
replenishment (VERTREP)
2. STREAM and connected
replenishment (CONREP)
3. CONREP and VERTREP
4. Replenishment at sea (RAS) and
fueling at sea (FAS)
3. CONREP and VERTREP
The two most common methods of
fueling at sea are

1. close-in and span-wire
2. close-in and wire-highline
3. span-wire and burton
4. burton and wire-highline
1. close-in and span-wire
What does the term STREAM mean?

1. Standard transfer, except arms
and munitions
2. Standard tensioned
replenishment alongside method
3. Standard replenishment as
moving
4. Standard traveling alongside
method
2. Standard tensioned
replenishment alongside method
Who has the responsibility of
selecting a suitable replenishment
course and speed?
1. The CO of the delivery ship
2. The CO of the receiving ship
3. The officer in tactical
command
4. The senior officer present
afloat
3. The officer in tactical
command
When replenishing at sea, you see
the prep pennant at the dip on the
receiving ship. What does this
signal indicate?

1. Making preparations to come
alongside on the side
indicated
2. Expect to disengage in 15
minutes
3. Replenishment complete
4. Disengage rigs in 10 minutes
2. Expect to disengage in 15
minutes
The exception to the usual practice
of the delivering ship firing the
shot line during replenishment at
sea is when the receiving ships are
of which of the following types?

1. Destroyers
2. Frigates
3. Ammunition ships
4. Carriers
4. Carriers
What is the color of the 120-foot
marker on the B/B phone/distance
line?
1. Green
2. Red
3. Yellow
4. Blue
2. Red
For night replenishment, what color
and how many chemical lights are
rigged at the 60; 100; 140; and
180-foot markers?

1. Red, one
2. Blue, two
3. Yellow, one
4. White, two
2. Blue, two
You are fueling at sea when oil begins squirting out of the junction between the terminal fitting and the hose. What signal should the signalman send to the
oiler?

1.Wave a green paddle from side to side horizontally
2.Wave a green paddle in a
circle overhead
3.Wave a red paddle from side to side horizontally.
4.Wave an amber paddle from side to side horizontally
1.Wave a green paddle from side to side horizontally
Which of the following lines is the
main line used to haul any basic
rig across between ships?

1. Messenger
2. Shot line
3. B/B phone/distance line
4. Highline
1. Messenger
What publication gives the sizes
and lengths of wire rope for the
various replenishment rigs?

1. Standard Organization and
Regulations Manual
2. NAVSHIPS' Technical Manual
3. NWP 14
4. Knights Modern Seamanship
3. NWP 14
If your lifelines are lowered
during a replenishment operation,
what is the minimum circumference
of the temporary lifeline that must
be rigged?

1. 21-thread
2. 24-thread
3. 1 1/2-inch
4. 2 1/4-inch
4. 2 1/4-inch
What color is the construction
style helmet that the winch
operator wears on a replenishment
station?

1. Red
2. Blue
3. Brown
4. Purple
3. Brown
How long is a standard length of
collapsible fueling hose?

1. 20 ft
2. 35 ft
3. 40 ft
4. 45 ft
2. 35 ft
Which of the following terminal
fittings for fueling rigs may be
used in conjunction with another
terminal fitting?

1. Probe and receiver
2. Robb coupling
3. Breakable spool quick-release
coupling
4. Both 2 and 3 above
4. Both 2 and 3 above
In the probe fueling method, what
indicates that the probe is
properly seated in the receiver?

1. Visual indicators rise
straight up and drop back to a
position about 30° above the
horizontal
2. Visual indicators rise
straight up only
3. The manual release lever rises
to a position 30° above
horizontal
4. A loud thud
1. Visual indicators rise
straight up and drop back to a position about 30° above the
horizontal
What is the purpose of the riding
lines that secure the end of the
hose on the receiving ship?

1. To take some of the strain off
the span wire
2. To take the weight of the hose
from the hose couplings
3. To take some of the weight of
the hose from the outboard
trolley
4. To prevent the hose from
pulling on the terminal
fitting
2. To take the weight of the hose from the hose couplings
Which of the following is indicated
by the number 1?

1. Riding line hook
2. Outboard hose saddle
3. Inboard hose saddle
4. No. 1 hose saddle
4. No. 1 hose saddle
How many feet from the shackle end
of the hose line messenger is the
span wire secured?

1. 150
2. 200
3. 350
4. 375
3. 350
While refueling is progressing, it
is customary to return the
messenger to the oiler. In what
manner is this task accomplished?

1. The large end is returned
first
2. The small end is returned
first
3. The messenger is restopped off
to the hose, and the small end
is returned
4. The method is specified by the
delivering ship
3. The messenger is restopped off
to the hose, and the small end
is returned
What is the largest size of line
that can be used for an easing-out
line for the span wire?

1. 3 inch
2. 2 1/2 inch
3. 24-thread
4. 21-thread
4. 21-thread
Besides being able to carry heavier loads, what major advantage has the tensioned span wire (or highline) over untensioned?

1. It is easier and faster to rig
2. It automatically slacks or
heaves in the wire to adjust
for roll
3. It is simpler and faster to
unrig
4. Transfer can be made more
swiftly
2. It automatically slacks or
heaves in the wire to adjust
for roll
On the hydraulic ram tensioner, how
many pounds of line pull do you get
from 1 pound of air pressure on the
accumulator?

1. 10
2. 15
3. 20
4. 25
1. 10
When ships separated by more than
140 feet are fueled by the probe
method, how does the probe reach
the receiving ship?

1. By force of gravity
2. It is hauled over by the
remating line
3. It is hauled over by the
messenger
4. It is hauled over by the
burton whip
3. It is hauled over by the
messenger
The amount of force required to seat the probe in the receiver is approximately how many pounds?

1. 200
2. 300
3. 350
4. 400
2. 300
The double hose method is used for
which of the following reasons?

1. To reduce the number of rigs
necessary
2. To make it possible to
transfer two types of fuel to
the same station at the same
time
3. To make it possible to
transfer twice as much of the
same type of fuel to the same
station in the same time
4. To do both 2 and 3 above
4. To do both 2 and 3 above
Besides having two probes and receivers, what is one essential difference between the double probe method and the single probe method?

1. The messenger also serves as a
remating line
2. The probes reach the receiving
ship by force of gravity, and
a pull on the remating line
seats them
3. There is no swiveling feature
on the double receiver
4. Stress wires found on the
double probe are absent on the
single probe
1. The messenger also serves as a
remating line
If the inboard saddle whip should part, the first action by the
delivery ship is to

1. slack the span wire
2. haul in the inboard saddle by
means of the wire pendant
3. request the receiving ship to
cast off the hose
4. haul in the inboard saddle by
means of the retrieving line
2. haul in the inboard saddle by
means of the wire pendant
Should the span wire suffer a
casualty, what is the first step
taken by the delivery ship?

1. To signal the receiving ship
to cast off the span wire
2. To take a strain on both
saddle whips
3. To signal the receiving ship
to execute emergency breakaway
4. To direct the receiving ship
to close, and continue fueling
2. To take a strain on both
saddle whips
After being notified to commence an
emergency breakaway, the first
action by personnel at a receiving
station is to

1. break the hose connection
2. retrieve the hand-tended lines
3. trip the span wire pelican
hook
4. secure the fuel riser valves
2. retrieve the hand-tended lines
What is the overall objective in fleet loading replenishment ships?

1.To make sure that the cargo
can be unloaded as quickly and safely as possible
2.That some of each type of
cargo is stowed in every hold
3.That all cargo is loaded in a hold whose position
approximates that of the
storeroom where the cargo will be stowed on the receiving
ship
4. That cargo is stowed by type
1.To make sure that the cargo
can be unloaded as quickly and safely as possible
Which of the following factors determines the method to be used for a particular replenishment
operation?

1. Type and quantity of cargo to
be transferred
2. Capacity of the rig and
associated fittings
3. Type and location of the
receiving station
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Which of the following transfers may be accomplished on a synthetic highline?

1. Stores
2. Ammunition
3. Personnel
4. Missiles
3. Personnel
What is the maximum safe load for transfer by a synthetic highline?

1. 400 lb
2. 600 lb
3. 800 lb
4. 1,000 lb
2. 600 lb
For transfer by synthetic highline,
(a) what size and type of line is
used and (b) how long is the
highline?

1. (a) 6-inch, three-strand nylon
(b) 600 feet
2. (a) 5-inch, plaited nylon (b)
500 feet
3. (a) 4-inch, double-braided
polyester (b) 350 feet
4. (a) 3-inch, polypropolene (b)
400 feet
3. (a) 4-inch, double-braided
polyester (b) 350 feet
Which of the following lines are
used for the inhaul and the
outhaul/messenger for the synthetic
highline?

1. Three-strand nylon
2. Plaited polyester
3. Double-braided nylon
4. Plaited nylon
2. Plaited polyester
What is the minimum number of
personnel required to (a) tension
the highline on the delivery ship
and (b) tend the inhaul and outhaul
lines?

1. (a) 10 (b) 8
2. (a) 15 (b) 10
3. (a) 20 (b) 8
4. (a) 25 (b) 10
4. (a) 25 (b) 10
The crew on the receiving ship does
what when the highline comes
aboard?

1. Shackles the 2-inch anchor
shackle to the attachment
point and reeves the inhaul
through the fairlead block
2. Shackles the l-inch safety
anchor shackle to the
attachment point and reeves
the outhaul through the
fairlead block
3. Shackles the 7/8-inch shackle
to the attachment point and
reeves the inhaul through the
fairlead block
4. Shackles the 3/4-inch safety
shackle to the padeye and
reeves the outhaul through
fairlead block
2. Shackles the l-inch safety
anchor shackle to the
attachment point and reeves
the outhaul through the
fairlead block
What is the weight capacity of a
single burton rig?
1. 3,500 lb
2. 4,000 lb
3. 5,000 lb
4. 6,000 lb
4. 6,000 lb
What are the essential elements of a burton rig?

1. Two winches on the delivery ship and an attachment point on the receiving ship
2. One winch and whip from each ship shackled to a triple swivel hook
3. Two winches on the receiving ship and one on the delivery ship
4. One winch on the delivery ship and one on the receiving ship rigged to a trolley block
2. One winch and whip from each ship shackled to a triple swivel hook
Housefall methods of transfer
differ from the burton methods in which of the following ways?

1. All sources of power are on the delivery ship
2. All sources of power are on the receiving ship
3. Power is shared equally
between the ships
4. Deck winches are required at all stations
1. All sources of power are on the delivery ship
In the cargo stream rig, what is the ideal arrangement on the
receiving ship?

1. STREAM with all tensioned
lines
2. Sliding padeye with
untensioned highline
3. Fixed padeye with tensioned highline
4. STREAM with hand-tended
outhaul
1. STREAM with all tensioned
lines
The chief advantage of the cargo drop reel is that when using it you can

1. attach a load to the hook or lower a load without slacking the highline
2. transfer heavier loads than with any other trolley
3. double the rate of transfer
4. pass the rig with the outhaul already rove
1. attach a load to the hook or lower a load without slacking the highline
How is the STAR latching assembly released?

1. The latch must be released by hand
2. A strain is taken on the
messenger releasing line
3. A pelican hook is tripped
4. The latches release themselves when the highline is detensioned
2. A strain is taken on the
messenger releasing line
To which of the following
attachment points can the STREAM with burton whip outhaul be attached?

1. Sliding padeye
2. Fixed padeye
3. Pendant receiving station
4. Both 2 and 3 above
4. Both 2 and 3 above
In the STREAM with burton whip outhaul, where should the outhaul fairlead be located in relation to
the highline attachment point?

1. Above
2. Below
3. Forward
4. Aft
2. Below
Under which of the following
conditions can VERTREP operations take place?
1. Along with connected
replenishment
2. To ships at anchor within
range
3. To ships providing ASW screen
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Which of the following is a steel pallet with wire mesh sides that fold down for compact storage?

1. Cargo pallet
2. Cargotainer
3. Cargo wraparound
4. Adjustable pallet
2. Cargotainer
A seaman standing beside a pallet that appears to be loaded to a height of about 4 1/2 feet asks you for an adjustable pallet sling. What color sling would you hand the seaman?

1. Red
2. Black
3. Green
4. Yellow
4. Yellow
What is another name for the Mk 105 hoisting slings?

1. Adjustable slings
2. Multileg pole pendants
3. Sky hooking devices
4. Nonconductive slings
2. Multileg pole pendants
Which of the following items would be the last item staged and the first item transferred?

1. Ammunition
2. Frozen foods
3. Canned foods
4. Tools and other hardware
2. Frozen foods
What is the most efficient load for helicopters engaged in VERTREP?

1. 2,000 lb
2. 3,000 lb
3. 4,000 lb
4. 5,000 lb
2. 3,000 lb
You are acting as a signalman for a VERTREP operation. By means of hand signals you guided the helicopter into position to land its load. What signal do you give next?

1. Clasp hands over head and then bring them down to chest level
2. Left arm extended forward
horizontally, fist clenched,
right hand making horizontal
slicing movement below the
left fist, palm downward
3. Arms crossed and extended
downward in front of the body
4. A throat-cutting motion with
the left hand, palm downward
and the right hand held over
head with clenched fist
2. Left arm extended forward
horizontally, fist clenched,
right hand making horizontal
slicing movement below the
left fist, palm downward
Which of the following signals would you give the helicopter if the load has not been released?

1. Rope climbing motion with
hands
2. Left arm horizontal in front
of the body with fist
clenched; right hand with palm
down, making downward motion
3. Bent left arm, across chest with clenched fist palm
downward; open right hand
pointed up vertically to
center of left fist
4. Left hand above head; right
hand pointing to load
3. Bent left arm, across chest with clenched fist palm
downward; open right hand
pointed up vertically to
center of left fist
What signal will the helicopter crew send you if they desire refueling?

1. Crewmember makes a circular motion with right hand
2. Crewmember holds one hand
cupped, palm down, and makes
an in and out motion with the
other fist
3. Crewmember brings thumb up to motion as if drinking from a bottle
4. Crewmember holds both hands to mouth as if lifting a container to drink
3. Crewmember brings thumb up to motion as if drinking from a bottle
A cargo net containing a pallet makes it possible to move the pallet by truck. What should you do about the load?

1. Let the load sit there until all other loads have been taken care of
2. Break down the load and move it by hand
3. Use three or four pallet
trucks
4. Snake the load out of the way by means of a wire rope led to a winch
2. Break down the load and move it by hand
A helicopter arrives with a load before the preceding load has been removed. What should be done?

1. Wave off the helicopter
2. Signal the pilot to set the second load on the first
3. Signal the pilot to set the second load near the first
4. Secure a net over the first load and signal the pilot to set the second load nearby
4. Secure a net over the first load and signal the pilot to set the second load nearby
Once the helicopter with a load is over the drop zone, who directs the helicopter?

1. The landing signalman
2. The helicopter crewmember
3. The pilot who has control
4. The bridge of the receiving ship
1. The landing signalman
During night replenishment, the working areas are lighted by

1. high-intensity red floodlights
2. low-intensity yellow
floodlights
3. high-intensity blue
floodlights
4. low-intensity white
floodlights
2. low-intensity yellow
floodlights
How many lights are rigged on the transfer at sea chair for a night operation?

1. One at each corner, top and bottom
2. One at the top and one at the bottom
3. One at the top and two on each side
4. One at each bottom corner, two on top
1. One at each corner, top and bottom
During night VERTREP operations, what color wands does the landing signalman use?

1. White
2. Green
3. Amber
4. Red
3. Amber