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OPNAVINST 5102.1D
Navy & Marine Corps Mishap & Safety Investigation, Reporting and Record Keeping Manual
Battle of Coral Sea
May 1942…first carrier to carrier battle
Voyage of the Great White Fleet
December 1907…demonstrated the strength of the Navy
Battle of Normandy
June 6, 1944, the largest amphibious operation to date
Battle of Midway
June 1942, the turning point of the war in the Pacific. The U.S. breaking of the Japanese naval code was the key element.
Battle of Guadalcanal
November 1942.

Guadalcanal marked the transition by the Allies from defensive operations to the strategic offensive in that theatre.

After 3 days of bitter fighting, the Japanese naval forces retreated
Battle of Leyte Gulf
October 23, 1944. The final blow to the Japanese Navy
Mercury 3
05 May 1961 - Alan B. Shepard, USN - First U.S. manned space flight
Gemini 3
23 Mar 1965 - John W. Young, USN - First U.S. two-man space mission and first spacecraft to maneuver from one orbit to another
Apollo 11
16 to 24 Jul 1969 - Neil A. Armstrong, Civilian (Former naval aviator) First manned lunar landing
Apollo 17
Dec 1972 - Eugene A. Cernan, USN, and Ronald E. Evans, USN Seventh and final lunar landing mission.
STS-1
Apr 1981 - (Columbia) John W. Young, USN and Robert L. Crippen, USN. First orbital test flight of Space Shuttle.
USS LIBERTY
Attacked by Israelis June 8, 1967, in the Mediterranean Sea, off the Sinai Peninsula – “mistook it for enemy ship”…………34 dead, 174 injured
USS PUEBLO
Captured by N Korea in 1968…Lack of communication w/higher commands. Not informed of N. Korean hostilities……Emergency Destruct
D-Day Landing
June 1944, initial landings in Normandy. 2 years in planning. Allied ships and landing craft had to navigate minefields, tides, weather, and other obstacles.
Landing at Inchon
1950, General MacArthur devised a plan to cut the North Korean army off via Inchon, a strategic port with a nearby airport. Plan required mass intelligence and planning due to long approaches through shallow channels
Bletchley Park
During WWII, Bletchley Park was the site of the UK’s main decryption establishment. Ciphers and codes of several Axis countries were decrypted there
USS Stark
17 March 1987….Iraqi Mirage F-1 attacked USS Stark.

No indication of attack, total EW breakdown.

Stark failed to detect missile launch…..37 Sailors died
EC-121 Shoot down
15 April 1969 - Attacked without warning by North Korean MiG-17. 31 men killed.
The navy adopted a new way to provide its unarmed reconn aircraft with a higher degree of protection from the fleet and Naval aviation. EC-121 retired and replaced with the EP-3.
DD Form 1348-6
Requisition (anywhere)
DD Form 448
Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR)
DD Form 1155
Order for Supplies or services
DD Form 200
Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss (FLIPL)
SF 44
Purchase order
SF 1449
Order form for Commercial Items
SF 30
Modification of Contract
SF 364
Report of Discrepancy (ROD)
SF 386
Quality Deficiency Report
NACOMPT 227
Request for Contractual Procurement
NAVSUP 1250
Requisition (Navy Supply Source only)
SF700
Security Container Information – used to record safe and door lock combinations
SF701
Activity Security Checklist – used at the end of the day to ensure classified materials are secured properly and provides accountability.
SF702
Security Container Checklist – records names and times personnel have opened, closed or checked containers holding classified information.
SF703
Top Secret (Coversheet) – Coversheet for Top Secret materials
SF153
COMSEC Material Report – Acquisition/transfer of secure COMMS Devices
SF312
Classified Information Nondisclosure Agreement
ORM
Is a decision making tool used by personnel at all levels to increase effectiveness by identifying, assessing, and managing risks.
Steps of ORM
Identifying hazards
Assessing Hazards
Make Risk Decisions
Implement Controls
Supervise
(IAMIS)
Four categories of hazard severity?
I - Loss of mission
II - Significant degraded mission capability
III - Degraded mission capability
IV - little or no impact
Four categories of mishap probability?
A - Likely
B - Probably will occur
C - May occur
D - Unlikey to occur
5 Risk Assessment Codes?
1 - Critical
2 - Serious
3 - Moderate
4 - Minor
5 - Negligible
When and How to file mishap investigations
Within 8 hours
Notify COMNAVSAFECEN
Four required mishap reportable items?
1. Class A, B and C government property damage mishaps.

2. Class A, B, and C on-duty DoD civilian mishaps and military on/off-duty mishaps.

3. Any other work-related illness or injury that involves medical treatment beyond first aid,
4. Other incidents of interest to the Navy and Marine Corps for mishap prevention purposes,
State the purpose of a HAZREP message
A HAZREP is intended to be submitted when the elimination and control of a given hazard has community-wide implication in reducing mishaps.
State the three objectives of first aid
1. Save life
2. Prevent further injury
3. Limit infection
State the three methods of controlling bleeding.
1. Direct pressure
2. Pressure points
3. Constricting band
Describe the symptoms and treatment for shock
The pulse is weak and rapid.
Breathing is likely to be shallow/rapid.
Pale/sweaty skin

Keep the victim lying down and warm with the feet higher than the head.
State the difference between an open and closed fracture.
A closed fracture is one in which the skin remains intact.
An open fracture is one in which the bone protrudes from the skin.
Describe the procedures necessary for the treatment for electrical shock.
Look for the switch first of all, and if you find it, turn off the current immediately
Try to remove the wire from the victim with a nonconducting object.

Administer CPR
Treatment for Hypothermia
Assume the fetal position or huddle in close, side-by-side contact with others
Treatment for Frostbite
Treat the affected part immediately by placing it in contact with a warm part of your body.
Effects and treatment for Heat Exhaustion
The victim will appear ashen gray; the skin cold, moist, and clammy.
The pupils of the eyes may be dilated (enlarged).

Loosen the clothing; apply cool, wet cloths.
Effects and treatment for Heat Stroke
Deep and rapid breathing

The victim will be flushed, very dry, and very hot.

The pupils will be constricted

Reduce body heat immediately by dousing the body with cold water, or applying wet, cold towels to the whole body.
HERP
HERO
HERF
Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Personnel.

Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordinance.

Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Fuels.
Define HAZMAT
a material that would be a danger to life or to the environment if released without precautions.
Discuss how to store HAZMAT
All containers must be tightly closed when not in use.
Describe potential risks of improperly labeled and stored HAZMAT
Most solvents are toxic and, with a few exceptions, are flammable. Appropriate measures must be taken to reduce their toxic and flammable effects.
Describe what an MSDS is and the information it provides.
Material Safety Data Sheets

• Identity
• Hazardous ingredients
• Physical and chemical characteristics
• Physical hazards
• Reactivity
• Health hazards
• Precautions for safe handling and use
• Control measures
State the goal of the U.S. Navy’s Hearing Conservation Program
Prevent occupational hearing loss and assure auditory fitness for duty of all Navy personnel.
State and discuss the six areas that comprise Naval Doctrine
Naval Warfare
Naval Intelligence
Naval Operations
Naval Logistics
Naval Planning
Naval Command and Control
State the seven principles of Naval Logistics.
Flexibility
Economy
Attainability
Responsiveness
Sustainability
Survivability
Simplicity

(FEARSSS)
State the first navy ship named after an enlisted man, and why...
USS Osmond Ingram (DD 255).

Ingram was the first enlisted man killed in action in World War I
Discuss the conditions that led to the formation of the U.S. Navy
The Second Continental Congress met on May 10, 1775, the colonists were already fighting the British. Before long, it was clear that if the Colonies were to survive, a Navy was necessary.

October 13, 1775
What three classes of naval vessels existed at the inception of the U.S. Navy?
Ships-of-the-line
Frigates
Sloops-of-war
Gun salutes
A national salute of 21 guns is fired on Washington’s Birthday, Memorial Day, and Independence Day, and to honor the president of the United States

Admiral: 17 guns
Vice Admiral: 15 guns
Rear Admiral: 13 guns
The On-the-Roof Gang
A school to instruct radio operators in intercept operations.

October 1, 1928

176 Navy and Marine radio ops trained
Foundation of CT community
The Purple Code
Japanese cipher...thought to be secure.
Named for the color binder decrypts were kept
Navajo Code Talkers
Transmitted messages by telephone and radio in their native language a code that the Japanese never broke.
State the qualities that characterize the Navy/Marine Corps team as instruments to support national policies
Readiness
Flexibility
Self-sustainability
Mobility
State the three levels of war
Tactical - Involves the details of individual engagements
Operational - Concerns forces collectively in a theater
Strategic - Focuses on supporting national goals
Discuss the National Security Act of 1947
-Established the National Security Counsel (NSC)
-Established the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
-Merged the DoN and DoW into one DoD under the SecDef
State when and why the current Navy Core Values were developed
Adopted by CNO ADM Frank B. Kelso in 1992

At the heart of a service wide effort to strengthen the Navy as a values community.
Discuss when and why the Sailor’s Creed was developed
1993 by direction of CNO ADM Frank Kelso.

All of the personnel in the uniform of Naval Service are Sailors first. This is an important point impacting unity and esprit de corps.
State Grace Hopper’s contributions to the U.S. Navy
-Computer Pioneer

-Programmer for the Mark I
Mastered Mark I, II, and III
-Credited with coining “bug” in the computer and “debugged”
-Created the first compiler B-O, the first programming language using words.
State the name of the first computer and where it was located
ENIAC – Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer
Created in 1945 at the University of Pennsylvania
Discuss ARPANET and when it was developed
ARPANET – (1969) Advanced Research Projects Agency
Explain the impact of the John Walker espionage case
Served as a catalyst for a widespread investigation of security procedures within the US intelligence community.
It led to the appointment of the first Director of Counterintelligence on the National Security Council staff.
State the oldest intelligence organization in the U.S. Navy, when it was established, and by whom
Office of Naval Intelligence

Established on March, 23 1882 by William H. Hunt, Secretary of the Navy
State the first CIO/DNI
Chief Information Officer/ Director of National Intelligence

Lt. Theodorus B.M. Mason
Name the two departments that were combined to form the Office of Naval Intelligence
Office of Intelligence
Department Library
State the mission of the U.S. Navy
The mission of the Navy is to maintain, train and equip combat-ready Naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas.
Discuss the NCA, its members and functions
National Command Authority
-The NCA comprises the President and the Secretary of Defense.
-Neither individual can unilaterally order that strategic nuclear weapons be used
PACOM
Protects and defends, in concert with other U.S. Government agencies, the territory of the united States, its people, and its interests

Hawaii
EUCOM
Conducts military operations and builds partner capacity to enhance transatlantic security and defend the homeland forward.

Stuttgart, Germany
JFCOM
Provides mission ready joint capable forces and supports the development and integration of joint, interagency, and multinational capabilities to meet the present and future operational needs of the joint force.

Norfolk, VA (disestablished 2011)
SOUTHCOM
Ready to conduct joint and combined full spectrum military operations and support whole-of-government efforts to enhance regional security and cooperation.

Miami, FL
CENTCOM
With national and international partners, U.S. Central Command promotes cooperation among nations, responds to crises, and deters or defeats state and non-state aggression, and supports development and, when necessary, reconstruction in order to establish the conditions for regional security, stability, and prosperity.

Tampa, FL
NORTHCOM
Conducts homeland defense, civil support and security cooperation to defend and secure the United States and its interests.

Colorado Springs, CO
SOCOM
Provide fully capable Special Operations Forces to defend the United States and its interests. Synchronize planning of global operations against terrorist networks.

Tampa, FL
TRANSCOM
Develop and direct the Joint Deployment and Distribution Enterprise to globally project strategic national security capabilities and logistical requirements.

Scott Air Force Base, Illinois
STRATCOM
-Deter attacks on US vital interests & defending the nation should deterrence fail
-Leading, planning, & executing strategic deterrence operations
-Ensuring US freedom of action in space and cyberspace

Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha, Nebraska.
AFRICOM
Conducts sustained security engagement through military to military programs, military sponsored activities, and other military operations as directed to promote a stable and secure African environment in support of U.S. foreign policy.

Stuttgard, Germany
USCYBERCOM
Direct the operations and defense of specified Department spectrum military cyberspace operations in order to enable actions in all domains, ensure US/Allied freedom of action in cyberspace and deny the same to our adversaries


Fort Meade, Maryland
NNWC
Naval Network Warfare Command
Location: Fort Story, VA
Mission: Direct the operations and security of the Navy's portion of the Global Information Grid (GIG).
CNOMOC
Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command

Location: Stennis Space Center, MS
Mission: Responsible for command and management of the Naval Oceanography Program
NOAA
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
2nd Fleet
Atlantic Ocean
3rd Fleet
Pacific Ocean
4th Fleet
Caribbean, and Central and South America
5th Fleet
Persian Gulf, Red Sea, Arabian Sea, and the coast off East Africa
6th Fleet
Mediterranean Sea
7th Fleet
Based in Yokosuka, Japan with units positioned near South Korea and Japan
10th Fleet
USCYBERCOM
TF
Task Force
-A unit or formation established to work on a single defined task or activity.
TG
Task Group
-A component of a naval task force organized by the commander of a task force or higher authority.
TU
Task Unit
-A component of a naval task group organized by the commander of a task group or higher authority.
TE
Task Element
-A component of a naval task unit organized by the commander of a task unit or higher authority.
AG
Aerographer’s Mates

Observe, collect, record and analyze meteorological and oceanographic data
CTI
Cryptologic Technicians Interpretive

Conduct Information Operations (IO) using foreign language skills and advanced computer systems
CTM
Cryptologic Technicians Maintenance

Perform preventive and corrective maintenance on electrical and electronic cryptologic systems.
CTN
Cryptologic Technicians Network

Monitor, identify, collect and analyze information; provide data for computer network operations worldwide.
CTR
Cryptologic Technicians Collection

Operate computer systems to conduct Information Operations; collect, analyze and exploit signals of interest
CTT
Cryptologic Technician Technical

Operate and maintain electronic sensors and computer systems; collect, analyze, exploit, and disseminate Electronic Intelligence (ELINT)
IS
Intelligence Specialists

Assist in every phase of the planning, collection, processing, analysis, and dissemination of intelligence information
IT
Information System Technicians

Perform core and specialty functions of Communications Operations, Message Processing, Network Administration and Security.
NCTAMS LANT
Mission: Provide secure and reliable, classified and unclassified, voice, messaging, video, and data, telecommunications.

Norfolk, VA
NCTAMS PAC
Mission: Provide diversified communications, network monitoring and control, and electronic maintenance to fleet units

Wahiawa, Oahu
Define C4ISR
Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance

Degrade or interrupt an adversary’s information support systems and structure. At the same time, operations security is essential to deny the enemy knowledge of our capabilities and intentions.
Explain the mission of the DISA.
Defense Information Systems Agency

A Combat Support Agency, engineers and provides command and control (C2) capabilities
Explain the mission of the NASIC
The National Air and Space Intelligence Center

Provides intelligence directly to operational military units, national and DoD decision makers.

Measurement and signature intelligence (MASINT)
Signals Intelligence (SIGINT)
Imagery intelligence (IMINT)
State the mission of the NCDOC
Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command

Mission: NCDOC is responsible for around-the-clock protection of the Navy’s computer networks
ODNI
Office of the Director of National Intelligence

The Director of National Intelligence (DNI) serves as the head of the Intelligence Community (IC), overseeing and directing the implementation of the National Intelligence Program and acting as the principal advisor to the President.
DIA
Defense Intelligence Agency

Provide timely, objective, and cogent military intelligence to warfighters, defense planners, and defense and national security policy makers
NSA
National Security Agency

A unified organization structured to provide for the signals intelligence (SIGINT) mission of the United States and to ensure the protection of national security systems
CIA
Central Intelligence Agency

Experts in HUMINT collection & the production of political and economic intelligence.
NGA
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

Provides timely, relevant, and accurate geospatial intelligence support
DHS
Department of Homeland Security

Analyzes the vulnerabilities of US critical infrastructure & assesses the scope of terrorist threats to the US homeland
FBI
Federal Bureau of Investigation

Primary responsibility for Counter Intelligence and counterterrorism operations conducted in the United States
DEA
Drug Enforcement Administration

The mission of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is to enforce the controlled substances laws
DOE
Department of Energy

Analyzes foreign information relevant to US energy policies
DOS
Department of State

The State Department Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR) performs intelligence analysis and produces studies on a wide range of political and economic topics essential to foreign policy
DOT
Department of Treasury

Analyzes foreign intelligence related to US economic policy and participates with the DOS in the overt collection of general foreign economic information
NASA
National Aeronautics and Space Administration

NASA's mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research.
NRO
National Reconnaissance Office

Responsible for integrating unique and innovative space-based reconnaissance technologies
Define CCRI
Command Cyber Readiness Inspection

A formal inspection process which holds commanders accountable for their respective security posture
AMD
Activity Manpower Document

Provides quantitative and qualitative manpower and authorizations provided to a Naval activity to perform the assigned mission
List the officer ascension programs available to enlisted personnel
USNA/NAPS - Naval Academy Preparatory School
OCS - Officer Candidate School
MECP – Medical Enlisted Commissioning Program
MSCIPP – Medical Service Corps In-service Procurement Program
LDO/CWO – Limited Duty Officer/Chief Warrant Officer
STA-21 – Seaman to Admiral
DLPT
Defense Language Proficiency Test

Used to evaluate language abilities of service members
OPREP-3 Navy Unit SITREP
Used by CO to notify higher authorities of incidents not meeting Navy Blue criteria
OPREP-3 Navy Blue
To provide CNO notification of incidents of high Navy interest
OPREP-3 Pinnacle
Used to report incidents of national-level interest to National Military Command Center (NMCC)