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FIRST AIRCRAFT REQUISTIONED
A1 AND A2
LEE HELMSMAN
RESPONSIBLE FOR OPERATING THE ENGINE ORDER TELEGRAPH
What is the significance of March 10, 1948?
birth date of naval aviation
CLOSE IN WEAPONS SYSTEM (CIWS)
3000 rounds a minute
What is the significance of the battle of coral sea?
first naval battle where neither side saw each other
What is a CBU?
cluster bomb unit
What type of missile is the AGM-88?
air to ground
Who wears a white jersey?
quality assurence, ato
What is a AG?
aerographers mate(weather man)
What type of missile is the AGM-84?
Harpoon
What type of missile is the AGM-45?
air to ground
ACSP Description
Ensure safe environment is maintained while working on aeronautical equipment fuel systems.
Aviation Mishap Contributions
1. Human Error
2.Maint & Support Factors
3. Admin/Supervisor Factors
4. Material failure/malfunction
5. Environmental Factors
Purpose of Safety Standown
Devotes time to safety Training, Awareness, and enhancement of the command safety climate.
3 Types of mishaps & Description
Class A- $1Million/fatality
Class B- $200,000- $1 Mil +maiming or 3+ injured
Class C- $10,000-$200,000./5 people hurt
Class D- Less than $10,000
Purpose of Naval Aviation Safety Program?
Preserve human and material resources.
3 objectives of first aid
save life, prevent further injury, and prevent infection
Method of controling bleeding
Direct Pressure, elevation, pressure points, and as a last resort; tourniquet.
What is Shock?
Disruption of the circulatory system
Symptoms of shock
vacant eyes, shallow or irrefualar breathing, cold, pale skin, nausea, and weak or absent pulse
Treatment of shock
Elevate victoms feet 6-12 inches. Cover to maintain body heat. Reassure and calm victim
Classifications of Burns
1st degree- mildest, redness
2nd degree- red and blistered
3rd degree- Destroyed tissue
Two types of heat related injuries
Heat Exhaustion- skin is moist, and clammy; pupils dialated

Heat Stroke- hot/dry skin; uneven pupil dialation
Treatment of Heat Stroke
Cool victom down
Difference between and "OPEN" and "CLOSED" Fracture.
Open- bone protruding though skin
Close- internal break
ORM
I- Identify Hazards
A- Assess Hazards
M- Make Risk Decisions
I- Implement Controls
S- Supervise
Unified Command
Atlantic Command
Pacific Command
European Command
Southern Command
Central Command
Readiness Command
Strategic Command (STRATCOM)
Specified Command
North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD)
Air Mobility Command (AMC)
Pacific Fleet commands what fleets?
Third and Seventh
Alantic Fleet commands what fleet?
Second fleet
Naval Forces Europe commands what fleet?
Sixth fleet
How many fleet master chiefs are there?
6
Name the 6 areas of the naval doctrine.
Warfare, intellegence, opereations, logistics, planning, command and control. (WILCOP)
reconnaissance/surveillance
search for and interception,recording,and analysis or radiated electromagnetic energy.
antisubmarine
locate and destroy submarines
amphibious assault
taking of a area of land where the land and the sea meet
logistics support
transport of troops, personnel, and cargo or equipment where needed by the military.
search and rescue
search for stranded military personnel.
mine warfare
locate and destroy enemy mines.
conditions that led to the formation of the u.s. navy
taxation without representation
qualities that characterize the navy/marine corps team as instruments to support nation policies
readiness,flexibility,self-sustainability and mobility
state the 3 levels of war
tactical, operational,and strategic
naval intelligence operations
center of decision making, cuts back on time to make a decision. And keeps everyone connected throughout the world.
mission of naval logistics
provides combat support,direct fleet support
planning to naval operations
complete discription of a concept of operation.
coral sea
7-8 may 1942. tactical victory, coral sea was a strategic setback for the japanese who never again threatened australia
midway
3-5 june 1942. in one day japan lost its bid for control of the pacific.enterprise,hornet,yorktown. admiral nimitz
guadalcanal
13-15 november 1942. navy policy concerning family member separations was reinstated. southern solomons came under allied control and australia was in less danger.
significance of 08may1911
navy ordered it first airplane and has been officially proclaimed to be the birthday of naval aviation.
1st aircraft carrier
20march1922- U.S.S. Langley
1st jet powered naval aircraft
10march1948-FJ-Fury made first carrier landing on uss boxer cv21
who was the first naval aviator in space
5may1961-alan shepard flew a 15 min suborbital flight onboard the mercury capsule, freedom 7
AB
Aviation boatswain mate-handlers fuels catapult and arresting gear.
AC
Air Traffic Controller-control aircraft in flight
AD
Aviation Machinist Mate-aircraft engine and fuel systems.
AE
Aviation Electricians Mate-aircraft electrical, lighting,system
AG
Aerographers Mate- wheather forecasters
AK
Aviation Storekeeper-aviation supply
AM
Aviation structural mechanic-aircraft structure, hydraulics,egress systems and environmental control systems.
AO
Aviation Ordnanceman-aircraft ordnace handlers
AS
Aviation support equipment technician- support equipment maintenance personnel
AT
Aviation electronics technician- aircraft communication,navigation, and stores managment systems.
AW
Airwarfare systems operators- operate detection and tracking equipment onboard aircraft
inertia
object to remain at rest or to continue is motion unless acted upon by an outside force.
acceleration
the rate of change of the speed and or velocity of matter with time.
speed
the rate of movement or motion in a given amount of time
velocity
the quickness or speed of an object in a given time and direction
newtons first law
at object a rest will stay at rest. or a object in motion will stay in motion until acted upon by another force.
newtons second law
an object being pushed by 10 pounds of force will travle faster than an object being pushed by 5 pounds of force
newtons 3rd law
for every action is a equal and opposite reaction
bernoullis principle
fluid flowing through a tube reaches a constriction or narrowing of the tube, the speed of the fluid passing through the constriction is increased and its pressure decreased.
wind warning
one knot=1.1 mile per hour. wheather warning threat to personnel, aircraft, ships,installationsand other sources
small craft
harbor and inland waters warning. 33 knots or less
gale
warning for harbor, inland waters and ocean areas for winds of 34 to 47 knots
storm
warning for harbor inland waters and ocean areas for winds of 48 knots or greater
tropical depression
warning for land,harbor,inland waters and ocean waters for winds of 33 knots or less
tropical storm
waning for land harbor inland waters and ocean areas for winds or 34 to 47 knots.
hurricane/typhoon
warning for land harbor inland waters and ocean areas for winds of 64 knots or greater
thunderstorm warning
thunderstorm are withinna 3 miles of airfield, or in the immediate area
severe thunderstorm warning
thunderstorms with wind gusts to 50 knots or greater and hail of 3/4 inch
tornado warning
tornados have been sited or detected by radar in or adjacent to the warning area or have a strong potential to develop in the warning area
lift
force that acts in an upward direction to support the aircraft in the air
weight
force of gravity acting downward on the aircraft
drag
the force that tends to hold an aircraft back
thrust
the force developed by the aircraft engine, and it acts in the forward direction
longitudinal axis
an imaginary reference line running down the center of the aircraft. axis about which roll occurs
lateral axis
imaginary reference line running parallel to the wings and about which pitch occurs
vertical axis
imaginary reference line running from the top to the bottom of the aircraft in which this axis is yaw
pitch
up and down motion of the nose of the aircraft. lateral axis
yaw
drift or right or left movement of the nose of the aircraft. vertical axis
roll
movement of the wing tips. one up and the other down. longitudinal axis
flap
gives aircraft extra lift. used to reduce landing speed. on take offs reduces lift time
spoiler
decreases wing lift
speed brakes
reducing the speed of the aircraft
slats
improves lateral control
horizontal stab
provides stability of the aircraft about its lateral axis
vertical stab
maintains the stability of the aircraft about its vertical axis
tail rotor
controls the yawing action of the helicopter
aoa
angle between the chord line of the wing and the relative wind
autorotation
reversed airflow up through the rotor system to reduce the rate of descent without using engine power
hydraulic reservoir
hold a supply of hydraulic fluid
hydraulic pump
provide hydraulic flow of fluid
hydraulic tubing
tubing to transmit the fluid
hydraulic selector valve
to direct the flow of fluid
hydraulic actuating unit
converts fluid pressure into useful work
shock strut assembly
absorbs the shock in otherwise would be sustained by the airframe
tires
allows the aircraft to roll easily and provides traction during takeoff and landing
wheel brake assembly
slows and stops the aircraft
retracting and extending mechanism
extends and retracts the landing gear
side struts and supports
provides lateral strength/support for the landing gear
intake
allows are to enter the engine
compressor
provides high pressure air to the combustion chamber.
combustion
where fuel enters and combines with the compressed air
turbine
drives the compressor and accessories by extraction some of the energy and pressure from the combustion, gases
exhaust cone
eliminates turbulence in the emerging jet, there by giving maximum velocity
JP4
NATO CODE F-40- flashpoint of -10 degrees F
JP5
NATO CODE F-44- flashpoint 140 degrees F
JP8
NATO CODE F-34- flashpoint 100 degrees F
3 hazards associated with jet fuel
fumes,vapor inhalation, toxic contact
,fuel vapor inhalation
nausea, dizziness, headaches,can cause death
NDI- non destructive inspection
100% sampling without impairing its future usefulness
Icing on naval aircraft
decreases lift increase drag, affects the control of the aircraft. loss of engine power
pitot-static
measures the air pressure,speed outside
airspeed indicator
displays the speed of the aircraft in relation to the air in which it is flying
altimeters
shows the height of the aircraft above sea level
rate-of-climb
shows the rate at which an aircraft is climbing or descending
attitude indicator
shows the pilot where the aircraft is in relation to the horizon
turn and bank indicator
shows the correct execution of a turn and bank
navigation system
direct pilot and control the course or position of the aircraft
iff
identifys friend or foe
radio detection and ranging
detects objects at a distance where are not visible
magnetic compass
compass read like a guage
communication systems
used to communicate with base and other aircraft