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What is the mission of the AE class of ships?
Replenishment at sea of ammunition including all types of missles.
What is the mission of the AO class of ships?
Replenishment at sea of fuel, jet fuel and other fors of petroleum.
What is the mission of the CG class of ships?
Guided Missle Cruiser.
Provides protection against surface and air attacks, and provide gunfire support for land operations.
What is the mission of the CV class of ships?
Non-nuclear aircraft carrier.
Designed to carry, launch, retrieve and handle combat A/C quickly and efficently.
What is the mission of the DD/DDG class of ships?
Destroyer/Guided Missle Destroyer.
Can be used in any kind of naval operation.
What is the mission of the FFG class of ships?
Guided missle Frigates.
Used for open ocean escort and patrol
What is the mission of the LCC class of ships?
Amphibious Command Ship.
Provides accomodations and command/communication facilities for various commanders and their staffs.
What is the mission of the LHA class of ships?
Amphibious Assult Ship.
Used to embark, deploy and land a Marine battalion landing team by helo, landing craft, amphibious vehicles or any combination thereof.
What is the mission of the LHD class of ships?
Amphibious Warfare Ship.
Capable to convert from an Assult ship to a ASW ship with Harrier fighters for ground support.
What is the mission of the LPD class of ships?
Amphibious Transport Dock.
Primary landing ships, resembling small A/C carriers, designed to put troops on hostile shores.
What is the mission of the LPH class of ships?
Amphibious Assult Ship.(Helo)
Designed to embark, transport and land 1,800 troops and their equipment via helos in conjunction with beach assults. Also assist with ASW.
What is the mission of the LSD class of ships?
Dock Landing Ship.
Supports amphibious operations including landings via Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC), conventional landing craft and helo's upon hostile shores.
What is the mission of the MCS class of ships?
Mine Countermeasures Support Ship.
Provides command, control and support for countermeasure operations.
What is the name of the only MCS in naval inventory?
USS Inchon
To launch craft from a LSD what must be done?
Have the well flooded to allow the craft to move out under their own power.
What instruction(s) govern VAW training fundamentals?
COMNAVAIRPACINST 3500.60B
COMNAVAIRLANT 3500.42
What instruction designates day and night carrier qualification requirements?
LSO NATOPS (OPNAVINST 00-80-004)
If IDTC permits, all CVW pilot should maintain a CQ currency of how long?
12 months
Who should CVW commanders contact to arrange CQ periods?
COMNAVAIRLANT
What makes up a large portion of the Basic Training Phase?
TSTA
TSTA was designed for what purpose?
To focus on shipboard unit level training.
As CVW involvement in ship evolutions increase throughout the TSTA and shall consist of what types of training?
CQ
Shipboard survival
DC training
Any other training that requires the air services.
The CVW normally participates at what levels of TSTA?
All at-sea portions of TSTA 1, 2 and 3.
How long is a TSTA 1?
7 days underway.
How long is a TSTA 2?
7 days underway.
How long is a TSTA 3?
8 days underway with a 4 day FEP.
During a TSTA 1, what are flight dect operations limited to?
Drills and air wing CQ.
When a TSTA 1 is being conducted who should participate in shipboard training?
All personnel available from the deploying air wing.
During a TSTA 2, what is emphasis placed upon?
Flight-deck operation.
During a TSTA 2, what can be done AFTER flight-deck operations are completed?
Clyclic operations and incomplete training from other areas being conducted on a "Not-to Interfere" basis.
Which TSTA are normally combined into one at-sea period?
TSTA 1 and 2.
Which TSTA allows the ship and the air wing to demonstrate the ability to conduct cyclic operations?
TSTA 3.
During a TSTA who should not be embarked?
Carrier Group 4.
Can CVW CQ be conducted during a TSTA 4?
Yes. But only if the schedule permits.
When is a TSTA normally conducted and by whom?
As part of COMPTUEX Phase 1 and only under the cognizance of the deploying battle group commander.
What circumstances warrant a TSTA 4?
During non-flying hours.
Who utilyzes a TSTA 4?
Training command/fleet replacement squadron CQ's.
During a TSTA what is the emphasis?
CVN engineering training.
What does the acronymn "ADB" stand for?
Aircraft
Discrepancy Book
What does the acronymn "ADI" stand for?
Attitude
Director
Indicator
What does the acronymn "AMR" stand for?
Airborne
Microwave
Refractometer
What does the acronymn "CIS" stand for?
Contractor
Indicator
Set
What does the acronymn "COMPUTEX" stand for?
Competitive
Training
Unit
Exercise
What does the acronymn "CPG" stand for?
Computer
Programmer
Group
What does the acronymn "ESM" stand for?
Electronic
Support
Measures
FLEETEX
Fleet
Exercise
FLOLS
Fresnel
Lens
Optical
Landing System
IFF
Identification
Friend or
Foe
ILS
Instrument
Landing
System
INS
Inertial
Landing
System
ITA
Intermediate
Training
Assessment
LOX
Liquid
Oxygen
MOVLAS
Manually
Operated
Visual Landing
Aid System
MSR
Mobile
Sea
Range
PPE
Personnel
Protective
Equipment
RADALT
Radar
Altimeter
RADAR
Radio
Detection and
Ranging
TACAN
Tactical
Air
Navigation
TSTA
Tailored
Ship
Training
Assessment
RPPM
Respiratory
Protection
Program
Manager