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105.1 state the six areas of naval doctrine: (COWLIP)
Naval Warfare, Naval Intelligence, Naval Oprations, Naval Logistics, Naval Planning, and Naval Command and Control
105.2 Discuss how naval aviation supports the following warfare areas: Reconniassance/surveillance?
Search, interception, recording, and analysis of radiated electromagnetic energy, used in support of military operations and tasks.
105.2 Discuss how naval aviation supports the following warfare areas: Antisubmarine?
Used to locate and destroy subs
105.2 Discuss how naval aviation supports the following warfare areas: Amphibious assault?
Transportation, Air, and logistic support
105.2 Discuss how naval aviation supports the following warfare areas: Logistics Support?
Transport troops, personnel, and cargo
105.2 Discuss how naval aviation supports the following warfare areas: Search and Rescue?
Surveillance of an area where the rescue is to take place. May provide actual rescue.
105.2 Discuss how naval aviation supports the following warfare areas: Mine Warfare?
Use of ships, aircraft, subs and helos to locate and destroy enemy mines.
105.3 Discuss the conditions that led to the formation of the U.S. Navy?
Gnlish parliament passed several tax laws that affected the colonists "taxation without representation." Colonists formed a Continental Congress, appointed George Washington as Commandr in chief of the continental American Army, Money was issued and continental navy was created. Birth of Navy 13 Oct 1775.
105.4 State the qualities that characterize the Navy/Marine Corps team as instruments to support national policies. (SMRF)
Self-sustainability, mobility, readiness, and flexibility.
State the Three Levels of War: (TOS)
Tactical, operational, and strategic
105.6 Explain how Naval Intelligence Operations, more than any other service, support peace time operational decision making.
Intelligence is central to the decision making process. The more intelligence you have, the faster you can copress the time cycle for decision making.
105.7 State the Mission of Naval Logicstics:
To move and sustain forces at great distances from our shores is critical to the forward presence component of our military strategy.
105.8 State the Importance of planning to Naval Operations:
Planning is the key of Our strength and is best enhanced by deliberate peacetime analysis, planning, and exercises.
105.9 Discuss the Importance of the following conflicts as they relate to naval aviation: Battle of Coral Sea:
7-8 May 1942: breaking of the Japanese Navy Code, U.S. planes sank and isolated an enemy carrier. Worlds first Carrier vs carrier battle.
105.9 Discuss the Importance of the following conflicts as they relate to naval aviation: Battle of Midway:
3-5 June 1942: Turning point of Pacific war. U.S. crews sunk 4 Japanese carriers. Japan lost its bid for the control of the Pacific.
105.9 Discuss the Importance of the following conflicts as they relate to naval aviation: Battle of Guadalcanal:
13-15 November 1942: 5 carriers took part in the battle. Aircraft provided close air support for the ground forces until the island was secure on 9 Feb 1943. Largely due to to the naval aviation elements involved.
105.10 Discuss the significance of 8 May 1911, as it applies to Naval Aviation:
Navy's First airplane, the A-1. May 8 is considered the date upon which the Navy Ordered it's first airplane and is the birth of Naval Aviation.
105.11 State thename of the first Aircraft Carrier:
USS Langley (CV-1)
105.2 What was the first jet powered naval aircraft?
FJ-1 Fury, made its first carrier landing on the USS Boxer
105.13 Who was the first Naval Aviator in Space?
Alan Shepard; 15 minute suborbital flight onboard the Freedom 7.