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NATOPS
Naval Aviation Training and Operating Procedures Standardization
CBR
Chemical Warfare
Biological Warfare
Radiological Warfare
NAMP
Naval Aviation Maintenance Program
NALCOMIS
Naval Aviation Logistics Command Operational Management Information Systems
ICRL
Individual Component Repair List
CRIPL
Consolidated Remain-In-Place List
NMCS
Non-Mission Capable Supply
PMCS
Partial Mission Capable Supply
NSN
National Stock Number
NIIN
National Item Identification
Number
AVDLR
Aviation Depot Level Repair
IMRL
Individual Material Readiness List
AIR
Aircraft Inventory Record
EXREP
Expeditious Repair
MILSTRIP
Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedure
OPTAR Funding
(Operational Target)
OFC-01
AFM
OFC-01
Flight Operations Fund: *aviation fuels consumed in flight
*aircrew gear issue *consumable office supplies *flight deck/safety shoes *publications
*aerial film, recording tape, chart paper
*special identification clothing
*plaques for CO and XO
AFM
Aviation Fleet Maintenance:
*consumable repair parts
*IMRL/TBA replensihment
*TD install materials
*Costs for IMRL repair
*authorized aircraft decals
DD Form 200
Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss
SM & R
Source, Maintenance and Recoverability
6 Categories of Hazmat Material
Flammable
Aerosal
Toxic
Combustible
Oxydizer
Corrosive
Purpose of Naval Aviation Safety Program
preserve human and material readiness.
Purpose of safety standdown
devote time to safety training, awareness and enhancement of the command safety climate.
ORM
systematic decision-making process used to identify and manage hazards.
Steps of ORM
Identify hazards
Asses hazards
Make risk decision
Implement controls
Supervise
6 areas of Naval Doctrin
Command and Control
Operations
Warfare
Logistics
Intelligence
Planning
Newton's First Law (inertia)
An object at rest will remain at rest until acted upon by an outside force.
Newton's Second Law (force)
if an object moving with uniform speed is acted upon by an external force, acceleration is directly proportional to force and inverse to mass.
Newton's Third Law (act/react)
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Bernoulli's Principle
when a fluid flowing through a tube reaches a constricting narrowing of the tube, speed increases and pressure decreases.
Airfield Rotating Beacon
*used to identify airport during night/day bad weather conditions.
*clockwise from above, which produces the visual effect of flashes.
*12-15 flashes per minute
Hydraulic System
Reservoir- holds fluid
Tubing- transfers fluid
Pump- provides flow
Selector Valve- direct flow
Actuating Unit- convert fluid pressure into useful work.
Landing Gear
*Side Struts & Assembly-lateral strength and support for landing gear.
*Shock Strut Assembly-absorb shock taken by airframe.
*Tires- allows rolling and traction for t/o and landing.
*Wheel Brake Assembly- stop/slow/prevent rolling when parked.
Lift
force acting in upward motion
Weight
force of gravity acting downward
Drag
force that tends to hold an aircraft back.
Thrust
developed by engines. causing forward movement
4 Categories of Tie Down Reqiuirements
Initial
Intermediate
Permanent
Heavy Weather
Runway Numbering System
19L = 190 degrees in relation to magnetic heading
Threshold Markings
designated landing area, 12'x150' long.
Airfield Lighting Systems
uniform and unmistakeable markings.
Taxiway= Blue
Runway= Red & White
Chemical Warfare
intentional use of lethal/non-lethal chemical agents to kill, injure, demoralize, etc.
Biological Warfare
intentional use of living prganisms to destroy people, animals, crops, etc.
Radiological Warfare
deliberate use of radiological weapons to produce injury and death in man.
MCU-2/P
protective mask: filters air, protects nose, face, eyes, throat and lungs
IM-143 pocket dosimeter
self-reading
0-5, 0-200, 0-600 roentgens
0-200 millroentgens
measures over a period of time.
must be recharged after use.
hold up to light to read.
DT-60 personnel dosimeter
non-self reading.
0-600 roentgens
must be placed in a special radiac computer indicator to read amount.
high-range casualty.
Atropine/2 Pam chloride (Oxime) auto-injector
specific therapy for nerve agent casualty.
issued in auto-injectors
intramuscular injection self-aid or first aid.
Chemical Casualty Agent #1:

Choking
immediate dryness of throat, coughing, choaking, tightness across chest, headache, nausea, and at times smarting and watering of the eyes.
Chemical Casualty Agent:

Nerve Agents
runny nose, tightness of chest with difficulty breathing, contraction of eye pupils, mausea, cramps, headache, coma, and convulsion.
Chemical Casualty Agent:

Blood Agents
(Hydrogen Cyanide)
causes death rapidly.
breathing becomes deeper w/in a few seconds, has violent convulsions over 20-30 seconds, stop breathing regularly after 1 minute, then gives occasional shallow gasps and finally th eheart stops only a few minutes after the onset of exposure.
Chemical Casualty Agent:

Blister Agents
(Mustart Vapor/Liquid)
redness of the skin follows in one-half to 36 hours after exposure.
intense itching and blisters may appear.
stiffness, throbbing pain, and swelling may be also observed.
High Altitude Air Burst
point of detonation is at an altitude in excess of 100,000'.
Air Burst
a nuclear explosion in which the fireball does not touch the earth's surface.
Surface Burst
the worst fallout...
fireball touches the ground.
as the fireball rises, the debris sucked up by the strong afterwinds. debris that returns is as radioactive fallout.
Shallow Underwater Burst
fireball is formed, but is smaller than an airburst and normally not visible. creates a large bubble or cai
Chemical Protective Over Garment
*hip-length jumper w/ hood,
gloves, and foot coverings
*made of black butyl rubber
*impermeable and non-slip rubber sole
CBR:

Blast
Primary- direct action of the air shock wave on the body.
Secondary- collapsing buildings and by timber and other debris flung about the blast.
CBR:

Flash Burn/Blindness
Primary- direct result of thermal radiation from bomb.
Secondary- result of fires caused by the explosion.
*burns on side facing explosion
*2nd degree may be received at 25 miles or more
*flash blindness caused by light that accompanies explosion
*eyes can recover in appr. 15 min. during daytime and 45 min. at night
*thermal radiation w/in 40 miles.
CBR:

Radiation
Alpha particles- must be taken in through indigestion or cuts.
Beta particles- contact with the skin or inside the body (i.e dust/dirt)
Gamma Rays- cause ionization in atoms of the body.
Neutron Radiation-
CBR:

Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)
produced by high altitude, air, and surface bursts.
produced around the burst point.
CBR:

Blackout
loss of lights or electrical power failure during a nuclear attack.
MOPP Levels
1- gear readily available
2- carry mask
3- gear worn, carry mask.
4- protective gear is worn
Warning
may result in injury or death
Caution
damage to equipment
Note
must be emphasized
Shall
mandatory
Should
recommend
May
optional
Will
indicates futurity
CBR:

Blast
Primary- direct action of the air shock wave on the body.
Secondary- collapsing buildings and by timber and other debris flung about the blast.
NAVFLIRs
Naval Flight Records Subsystem:
*OPNAV 3710/4
*each attempt at flight or training evolution for simulators
*data collected:
- flight description
- logistics actions performed
- weapons proficiency
- training areas utilized
Master flight files
*only official flight record.
*sent to respective collection places Aug of every year.
1st- A-M
2nd- A-Z
CAOMNAVAIRLANT
1st N-Z
2nd A-Z
COMNAVAIRPAC
1st- A-G
2nd- none
CNATR
Fleet Commanders
* 6
* Fleet
- CINCPAC: 3rd & 7th
- CINCLANT: 2nd
- CINCUSNAVEUR: 6th (EUR)
Fleet Master Chief
* Pacific Fleet
* Atlantic Fleet
* Naval Forces Europe
* Material Command
* Shore Activities
* Naval Education and Training
Force Master Chief
* 22
Command Master Chief
* 250+ personnel
* master CPO can do as collateral duty.
5 sections of a Jet Engine
Intake- opening in front
Compressor- provides high pressure air to combustion chamber.
Combustion Chamber- fuel enters and combines w/ compressed air.
Turbine-
Master flight files
*only official flight record.
*sent to respective collection places Aug of every year.
1st- A-M
2nd- A-Z
CAOMNAVAIRLANT
1st N-Z
2nd A-Z
COMNAVAIRPAC
1st- A-G
2nd- none
CNATR
Fleet Commanders
* 6
* Fleet
- CINCPAC: 3rd & 7th
- CINCLANT: 2nd
- CINCUSNAVEUR: 6th (EUR)
Fleet Master Chief
* Pacific Fleet
* Atlantic Fleet
* Naval Forces Europe
* Material Command
* Shore Activities
* Naval Education and Training
Force Master Chief
* 22
Command Master Chief
* 250+ personnel
* master CPO can do as collateral duty.
5 sections of a Jet Engine
Intake- opening in front
Compressor- provides high pressure air to combustion chamber.
Combustion Chamber- fuel enters and combines w/ compressed air.
Turbine-