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Mooring line
Synthetic fiber, 6" in circumference
Storm line
Synthetic fiber, 8 or 9" in circumference
Wire rope
Wire, 8" in circumference, stronger than fiber
Hold
Hold line in hand and wait for further instructions
Check a line
Give more line, ease tension and must be at least 6' away from all bits
Slack
give more line
Ease
slack slowly
Take in
take in all lines from the skin of teh ship
cast off
take line off pier and throw in water
avast
stop
heave around
pull line in any direction
swing circle
ship moving around its anchor
drag circle
dragging anchor in a swing circle
bits
used to secure the mooring lines
chock
opening used to run lines to outside of ship
cleats
pari of horns used to secure lines
bullnose
2 huge chocks on the bow of the ship
hawse pipe
houses the anchor
chain
holds the anchor
turnbuckle
makes chain stopper longer or shorter. buckles down on chains and can extend/retract it
chain stopper
stops chain from running outside the skin of the ship
capstan
forward and reverse, used for heaving mooring lines vertically
gypsy head
smaller horizontal capstan
detachable line
410 lbs
chain link
367 lbs
chain markings
colors
swivel shot
begins chain marking
anchor
secures shot to sea floor, navy standard stockless, two on board JFK, each one weighs 30 tons
chain stoppers
3; turnbuckle, pelican hook, and frog
pelican hook
actually grasps the chain
wildcat
bow and starboard, heaves around teh chain and teeth are called sprockets
anchor brakes
3; hydraulic, manual, and nitrogen (used only as a last resort)
anchor buoy
reg and green, cylinder shaped float lets you know where the anchor is
hawser mooring line
5.5" or more in circumference
line
cease, secure or anything
seize
stop it from moving in any direction
small stuff
small line
flemish
line laid in a spiral flat
coil
line laid on top of each other in a circle
fake
line laid in an S shape
heaving line
small stuff used to heave around mooring line
monkey fist
heaving ball used to send messenger to pier
marlin
tarred hemp small stuff
bight
loop in a line
eye
permanent loop in mooring line
eye splice
braiding of eye
marlin spike
stell spike used to splice wire rope
fid
wooden marlinspike used to splice synthetic mooring line
mouse
used to secure or seize objects
heavy strain
max capacity line can take
moderate strain
medium strain
light strain
minimum strain
frap
used to bring two mooring lines together to make strength of one
rat guards
stops rats from coming onto ship. they are attached to mooring lines
chaffing gear
canvas material ran around line to stop it from getting chaffed
rattail stopper
holds tension of teh line
safe working load
safe & appropriate weight
UNREP
underway replenishment. ship to ship. fuel & cargo
VERTREP
vertical replenishment. helo to ship. cargo, mail, etc.
CONREP
connected replenishment
fox corbin
two ships change course while attached during UNREP
replenishment course
courses we follow during replenishment
replenishment speed
speed we follow during replenishment. (12 knots min & 16 knots max)
control ship
USS replenishment ship
approach ship
USS JFK
deliver ship
control ship
receiving ship
USS JFK
transfer stations
9F, 17F, 19F, 21F, 13C, 25C
standard breakaway
regular speed
emergency breakaway
accelerated speed
abandon ship
CO orderes this and crew goes to abandon ship station
lifeboats (RHIB)
rigid hull inflateable boat
life rafts
246 (116 port & 130 stbd)
type MK6, 25 people per raft
man overboard recovery
ship, RHIB, helicopter
collision
run into another ship
aground
hit land
bridge watch stations
OOD, JOOD, BMOW, QMOW, helmsman, lee helmsman, lookouts
how many fathoms in a shot of chain
15
how many shots per anchor chain
12
the shots of chain are what color
1st, 4th, 7th, & 10th : red
2nd, 5th, 8th : white
3rd, 6th, 9th : blue
11th : all yellow
12th : all red
how many rhibs do we have
2 (1 port, 1 stbd)
how many people does it take to man the RHIB?
3; coxswain, engine man, bow hook
how many people does it take to man the RHIB during man overboard?
6; boat officer, SAR swimmer, coxswain, engine man, bow hook, signalman
how many monkey lines do we have?
7