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State the 6 areas of Naval Doctrine.
C-O-W-L-I-P. Naval Command and Control, Operations, Warfare, Logistics, Intelligence, Planning.
Decsribe Naval Command and Control.
Provides the basic concepts to fulfill information needs of CDRs, forces, and weapons systems.
Describe Naval Operations.
Develops doctrine to reaffirm the foundation of USN and USMC expeditionary maritime traditions.
Describe Naval Warfare.
Describes the inherent nature and enduring principles of naval forces.
Describe Naval Logistics.
Addresses the full range of logistical capabilities that are essential in the support of naval forces.
Describe Naval Intelligence.
Points the way for intelligence support in meeting the requirements of both regional conflicts and operations other than war.
Describe Naval Planning.
Examines force planning and the relationship between our capabilities and operational planning in the joint and multinational environment.
How does naval aviation support the Reconnaissance/surveillance warfare area?
Includes search for, interception, recording and analysis of radiated electromagnetic energy used in support of military operations and tasks. Support Worldwide Airborne Command Post System by relay.
How does naval aviation support the antisubmarine warfare area?
Used to locate and destroy submarines.
What is an amphibious assault?
The taking of an area of land where the land and sea meet.
How does naval aviation support an amphibious assault?
Landing of troops/equipment. Bombardment by missles, bombs and other ord. Helo's may be used to transport troops and equipment from ship to shore.
How does naval aviation support Logistics Support?
The transport of troops, personnel, and cargo or equipment where needed.
How does naval aviation support Search and Rescue.
A/C and Helo's may be used to S/R of downed, stranded, or disabled personnel. Provide search data. Perform rescue.
How does naval aviation support mine warfare.
The use of ships, A/C, subs and helo's to locate and destroy enemy mines.
The first continental Congress convened on...
5 September 1774
When did the Continental Congress present the statement of rights to the King?
October 1774.
When was the second Continental Congress convened?
10 May 1775.
When was George Washington appointed Commander in Chief of the Continental Army?
15 June 1775.
The birthday of the U.S. Navy is...
13 Oct 1775 when the Continental Congress authorized the purchase of two vessels.
Who was the first Commander in Chief of the Navy?
Esek Hopkins. First put the Continental Navy to sea in February 1776.
State the qualities that characterize the Navy/Marine Corps team as instruments to support national policies.
Readiness, flexibility, self-sustainability and mobility. Permits us to be expeditionary.
Define expeditionary.
Being able to establish and maintain a forward based, stabilizing presence.
State the 3 levels of war.
Tactical, operational, and strategic.
Describe the Tactical level of war.
Involves the details of individual engagements.
Describe the Operational level of war.
Concerns forces collectively in a theater.
Describe the Strategic level of war.
Focuses on supporting national goals.
How does Naval Intelligence Operations support peacetime operational decision making?
Estimates, disseminated in a timely fashion, center on the focus of effort, identify critical vulnerabilities and enhance combat effectiveness.
What is the mission of Naval Logistics?
To sustain naval and joint operations wherever and whenever our national interests demand.
What are the 2 components of the logistic support system?
Fleet-based sustainment assets and strategic sustainment assets.
What are fleet-based sustainment assets?
Replenishment ships, combat service units, mobile repair facilities and advanced logistic support hubs.
State the 6 areas of Naval Doctrine.
C-O-W-L-I-P. Naval Command and Control, Operations, Warfare, Logistics, Intelligence, Planning.
Decsribe Naval Command and Control.
Provides the basic concepts to fulfill information needs of CDRs, forces, and weapons systems.
Describe Naval Operations.
Develops doctrine to reaffirm the foundation of USN and USMC expeditionary maritime traditions.
Describe Naval Warfare.
Describes the inherent nature and enduring principles of naval forces.
Describe Naval Logistics.
Addresses the full range of logistical capabilities that are essential in the support of naval forces.
Describe Naval Intelligence.
Points the way for intelligence support in meeting the requirements of both regional conflicts and operations other than war.
Describe Naval Planning.
Examines force planning and the relationship between our capabilities and operational planning in the joint and multinational environment.
How does naval aviation support the Reconnaissance/surveillance warfare area?
Includes search for, interception, recording and analysis of radiated electromagnetic energy used in support of military operations and tasks. Support Worldwide Airborne Command Post System by relay.
How does naval aviation support the antisubmarine warfare area?
Used to locate and destroy submarines.
What is an amphibious assault?
The taking of an area of land where the land and sea meet.
How does naval aviation support an amphibious assault?
Landing of troops/equipment. Bombardment by missles, bombs and other ord. Helo's may be used to transport troops and equipment from ship to shore.
How does naval aviation support Logistics Support?
The transport of troops, personnel, and cargo or equipment where needed.
How does naval aviation support Search and Rescue.
A/C and Helo's may be used to S/R of downed, stranded, or disabled personnel. Provide search data. Perform rescue.
How does naval aviation support mine warfare.
The use of ships, A/C, subs and helo's to locate and destroy enemy mines.
The first continental Congress convened on...
5 September 1774
When did the Continental Congress present the statement of rights to the King?
October 1774.
When was the second Continental Congress convened?
10 May 1775.
When was George Washington appointed Commander in Chief of the Continental Army?
15 June 1775.
The birthday of the U.S. Navy is...
13 Oct 1775 when the Continental Congress authorized the purchase of two vessels.
Who was the first Commander in Chief of the Navy?
Esek Hopkins. First put the Continental Navy to sea in February 1776.
State the qualities that characterize the Navy/Marine Corps team as instruments to support national policies.
Readiness, flexibility, self-sustainability and mobility. Permits us to be expeditionary.
Define expeditionary.
Being able to establish and maintain a forward based, stabilizing presence.
State the 3 levels of war.
Tactical, operational, and strategic.
Describe the Tactical level of war.
Involves the details of individual engagements.
Describe the Operational level of war.
Concerns forces collectively in a theater.
Describe the Strategic level of war.
Focuses on supporting national goals.
How does Naval Intelligence Operations support peacetime operational decision making?
Estimates, disseminated in a timely fashion, center on the focus of effort, identify critical vulnerabilities and enhance combat effectiveness.
What is the mission of Naval Logistics?
To sustain naval and joint operations wherever and whenever our national interests demand.
What are the 2 components of the logistic support system?
Fleet-based sustainment assets and strategic sustainment assets.
What are fleet-based sustainment assets?
Replenishment ships, combat service units, mobile repair facilities and advanced logistic support hubs.
When did the Continental Congress present the statement of rights to the King?
October 1774.
When was the second Continental Congress convened?
10 May 1775.
When was George Washington appointed Commander in Chief of the Continental Army?
15 June 1775.
The birthday of the U.S. Navy is...
13 Oct 1775 when the Continental Congress authorized the purchase of two vessels.
Who was the first Commander in Chief of the Navy?
Esek Hopkins. First put the Continental Navy to sea in February 1776.
State the qualities that characterize the Navy/Marine Corps team as instruments to support national policies.
Readiness, flexibility, self-sustainability and mobility. Permits us to be expeditionary.
Define expeditionary.
Being able to establish and maintain a forward based, stabilizing presence.
State the 3 levels of war.
Tactical, operational, and strategic.
Describe the Tactical level of war.
Involves the details of individual engagements.
Describe the Operational level of war.
Concerns forces collectively in a theater.
Describe the Strategic level of war.
Focuses on supporting national goals.
How does Naval Intelligence Operations support peacetime operational decision making?
Estimates, disseminated in a timely fashion, center on the focus of effort, identify critical vulnerabilities and enhance combat effectiveness.
What is the mission of Naval Logistics?
To sustain naval and joint operations wherever and whenever our national interests demand.
What are the 2 components of the logistic support system?
Fleet-based sustainment assets and strategic sustainment assets.
What are fleet-based sustainment assets?
Replenishment ships, combat service units, mobile repair facilities and advanced logistic support hubs.
In what ways are plans prepared in response to threats to U.S. interest?
Using the joint deliberate planning process or crisis action procedures.
U.S. military strength is best enhanced by...
Deliberate peacetime analysis, planning and excercises.
An operation plan is...?
A commander's complete description of a concept of operation.
A commander's operation plan is bases on...?
Preparation of battlespace, a formal evaluation supported by intel that integrate enemy doctrine w/ physical and environmental factors.
Coral Sea
7-8 May 1942. Japanese code broke. 1st carrier vs carrier battle. Lexington sunk. Yorktown damaged.
Midway
3-6 June 1942. Turning point of Pacific War. Sunk 4 Japanese carriers. Yorktown sunk.
Guadalcanal
13-15 Nov 1942. Marines took island. Sullivan brothers from Waterloo, Iowa on damaged U.S.S. Juneau when she was sunk.
8 May 1911
CPT W.I. Chambers prepared requisition for 2 Glen Curtis Biplanee. Birthday of Naval Aviation.
What was the Navy's 1st airplane?
The Triad renamed the A-1. Cost $5,500.
What was the 1st aircraft carrier?
20 March 1922 U.S.S. Langley. The Jupiter, a coal carrier was converted and recommissioned CV-1.
What ws the 1st jet powered naval aircraft?
21 July 1946 the FH-1 Phantom. 1st test of adaptability for shipboard operations.
Who made the 1st test flight of landing a jet on a carrier?
CDR James Davidson on the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVB-42)
When was the 1st operational landing on a carrier?
10 March 1948. The FJ-1 Fury on the USS Boxer (CV-21)
Who was the 1st Naval aviator in space?
5 May 1961. Alan Shepard. 15 suborbital flight on Mercury capsul Freedom 7.