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148 Cards in this Set

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Four Types of Chemical Casualty Agents and their Symptoms
A.)Chocking Agents- dryness of the throat, caughing, choking etc.
B.) Nerve Agents- Vision impairment, twitching,and death
C) Blood Agents- violent contractions, and damage to the central nervous system
D.) Blister Agents- gritty feeling in eyes, red and swollen eyelids, burns on wet areas of body.
High Altitude air burst
Point of detonation is at an altitude in excess of 100,000 ft
Air burst
Fireball does not touch the ground, forms radioactive cloud in the air.
Surface Burst
Produces the worst fallout, fireball touches the ground, great area affected by nuclear fallout
Shallow Underwater burst
Fireball formed but not visible, creates waves in excess of 90 feet
Deep underwater burst
Less visual effects but more contaminated water.
Primary Injuries- direct action of the air shock wave on body.

Secondary Injuries- collapsing building and shrapnal.
Flash burn/ blindness
Primary burns- thermal radiation from the bomb, thermal radiation travels in a straight line.
Secondary burns- fires cause by the explosion
Alpha particles- little skin penetrating power, ingested
Beta particles- emitters such as dust and dirt come in contact with skin.
Gamma Rays- Pure energy can penetrate every region of body.
Neutrons- greatest penetrating power
Electromagnetic Pulse(EMP)
High altitude , air and surface bursts. may burn out electronic or electrical equipment.
Loss of lights or electrical power failure during a nuclear attack.
1.) Gas Masks issued, kept at stations
2.) Masks carried by each person
3.) New filters, don overgarment smock. stow carrier and gloves
4.) Don mask, secure hood over head, don gloves,
Purpose of NATOPS
Improve combat readiness and achieving substantial reduction in mishaps
Indicates futurity and never indicates any degree of requirement for application of a procedure
Naval Flight Records Subsystem (NAVFLIRS)
Provides a standardized DON flight activity data collection system.
Purpose of Master Flight Files
The only official flight record of naval aircraft,
Type Commanders
Commander, Naval Air Force US Atlantic Fleet
1st- A-M
Commander, Naval Air Force US Pacific Fleet
1st- N-Z
Commander, Naval Air Training Command
1st: A-G
no second character
Career Information Program management
Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor
Equal Opportunity Program Specialist/ Command Managed Equal Opportunity Officer
Purpose and rules for counseling:
1. Personnel
2. Performance
1.) Recognize problems for referral and problems beyond ability to help
2.) Let person know how they are doing and what they need to make improvements on.
Types of Discharges
1.) Honorable- 2.7 conduct and 3.0 average, otherwise "general" discharge is awarded
4.0= Early Promote
3.8= Must Promote
3.6= Promotable
3.4= Progressing
2.0= Significant Problems
Good Conduct Awards
No mark below 2.0
No convictions by court martial
No civil convictions or offenses involving (Shameful Acts)
Elegibility for reenlistment
Marks under 3.0 must have COs approval
Purpose of Naval Message
Principal means by which commanders communicate.
Avoid delays in mailing system
Purpose of E-mail
Correspond electronically by computers
Date Time Group
Expressed in GMT
6 Digits
1st 2= day
next 4= time
last= date and year
From Line
contains the originator or drafter's plain language address.
Only ONE originator
To Line
Address of the person or command who the message is going to
Info Line
Contains the addresses of those whol you would like to look at or send the message for information purposes
Classification/declassification line
First line of text which must give the message's classification
Standard Subject Identification Code - 4 or 5 digit number that stands for the subject of a document
Subject Line
main topic of the message
always written in capital letters
Passing Instructions
flagwords, codewords, subject lines, and outgoing or incoming message references to assist in routing of message
Reference Line
Used instead of consistently referncing lengthy instructions.
Amplifying Information line
Amplify or supplement the data text
Narrative information line
to provide amplifying information which pertains to the data text
Body of the message.
Page 2
Record of Emergency Data
Page 4
Enlisted Qualifications history
Page 13
Administrative remarks.
Enlisted Distribution Verification Report:
Provides summary of the present and future manning status
Navpers Form 1626/7
Page 7 - used to record court -martial and nonjudicial punishment which affect pay
Operational Report- Povides appropriate authorities with notivication of any accidental or unauthorized incident involving a possible detonation of a nuclear weapon.
Movement Report- Assists change of command with the locations/trachs/destinations of all vessels for emergency or operational use.
Logistical Requirements- Submitted by ship entering report to notify proper command of logistics requrements while in port.
Status of Requirement and Training support- Reports the ship's status of conditions of readiness in all warfare areas in our ability to conduct operations.
Situation Report- XO, OIC, or other Commander submit to authority with notification of incident not meeting OPREP-3
Objective of NAMP
To standardize operations of any naval aviation command
Five Volumes of the NAMP
I- Intermediate Level Maintenance
II- Depot Level Maintenance
III- Maintenance Data Systems
IV- Aviation 3 M data processing Requirements
V- Standard Operating Procedures
Responsibilities of Maint/Production control
Strive to maintain full mission capable a/c
Material Control Officer
Responsible to the MMCO for managing the Tool Control Program.
Daily Inspection
Lasts for 72 hours unless flown, lasts for 24 hours after first launch but cannot go over the 72 hour timeframe
Turnaround Inspection
Ensure integrity of the aircraft for flight. Good for 24 hours unless flown.
Conditional Inspection
Unscheduled conditions requiring an inspection such as bridstrike, lightning strike, hard landing, etc...
Acceptance Inspection
Performed when receiving newly assigned aircraft, aircraft from SDLM or other Maintenance depot levels.
Transfer Inspection
Performed at the time a reporting custodian tranfers an A/C or other support Equip.
Aircraft Service Period Adjustment- A depot level evaluation of the Aircraft's general material condition.
Who is authorized to sign aircraft logbook entries?
CO, O-level, I-level, D-level diractor of ops, OMD officer, or those designated by the preceeding personnel.
Who is authorized to release aircraft safe for flight?
MO,MMCO, or Maint Control Officer, or the others designated in writing by CO
Maintenance Requirement Cards- Provides instructions required for the efficient performance of scheduled maintenance tasks
Used to identify scheduled or forced removal items and their replacement intervals.
Special QA Audit
Conducted to evaluate specific maintenance tasks, processes, procedures, and programs, copies held for 1 year
Quarterly/ work center QA audit
Conducted Quarterly to evaluate the overall quality performance of each workcenter
1. Internal control and distribution of the NAMP
2. Determination of technical manuals required to support the maintenance organization.
Maintenance Training Improvement Program- to evaluate the technical knowledge levels of aviation technicians, deficiencies are identified and targeted for refresher training
Monthly maintenance plan- Provides a schedule of predictable maintenance work distributed by the 25th of each month
ESD program
Electro-static Discharge Program- Provides protected areas for material, equipment and procedures required to control and minimize electrostatic discharges.
What functional requrements of the Naval Aviation Maintenance program are satisfied by the O-level Mainenance activity's NALCOMIS
Improving mission capability, aircraft maintenance and supply support, up line reporting and modernize management support.
Functional requirements satisfied by the I-Level NALCOMIS
Capability to manage maintenance and supply functions and processe.
Nalcomis Subsystem- Logs and records
Establishes and maintains configuration profiles for engines, aircraft and any AESR(aeronautical equipment service record)
Nalcomis Subsystem- Assets
Processes inventory and inspection criteria for support equipment and ALSS
Nalcomis Subsystem- Data Analysis
Approves or Disapproves MAFS, or Navflirs.
Nalcomis Subsystem-
Maintenance Activity
Allows maintenance personnel to document maintenance actions, order parts maintain ICRLs, data and request inquiries
Nalcomis Subsystem- Configuration status accounting
Contains 3 sections; Aircraft Engines, SE, and Technical Directives
Work Unit Code - Identifies the system or subsystem being worked upon.
a 9,10,or 11 character code assigned by the system serves as a base for MDR
7 charachter alpha/numeric code assigned by system, Tracks mafs through maintenance Process
Discrepancy block
Anarrative description of a reported discrepancy
Corrective action block
Narrative desription of the corrective action taken on discrepancy
W/D code
Single Alpha- charachter indicating when need for maintenance was discovered
Identifies type of equipment being worked on
T/M code
A one-character alpha or numeric code used to describe the type of work being performed
Screen levels of security.
Operational Target
Flight operations fund- Fuels, office supplies, Oxygen, Nitrogen
Aviation Fleet Maintenance fund- Paints, rags, towels, consumable repair parts, Pre-ex
Individual Component Repair list- items capable of repair or for which future repair is not planned
Consolidated Remain-In-Place List- Authorized remain in place items
Not Mission Capable Supply- Material condition of NMC aircraft
Partial Mission Capable Supply- Material Condition of PMC Aircraft
National Stock number- 13 digit stock number to identify an item of material in the supply distribution
National Item Identification Number- 9 digit number that consists of a two digit national codification bureau, identify each nSN in the federal supply
Aviation Depot Level Repair
Awaiting Parts
Individual Material Readiness List- items and quantities of certain SE required for material readiness of the aircraft ground activity to which the list applies
Aircraft Inventory Records
Expeditious Repair- in support of an NMCS or PMCS situation
Aeronautical allowance lists in relation to mission sustainability
List of equipment and material determined from known or estimated requirements as necessary to place and maintain aeronautical activities in a material readiness condition.
DD Form 200
Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss-
Missing/ Lost/ Stolen Report
Reports of missing, lost or stolen items are made by completed copy of dd form 200
SM&R codes
used to communicate maintenance and supply instructions to various logistic support levels and using commands for the logistic support of systems, equipment, and end items.
Hazardous Material
Any material because of it's quantiy, concentration, or physical or chemical characteristics may present substatial hazard to human health or the environment.
Hazardous Waste
Any discharged material which meets the definition of HM and or is designated as a hazardous waste by the EPA or a state authority.
HM Storage and inspection requirements
Stowage locations shall be inspected weekly and quarterly.
Inspect for tightness of closure, corrosion, leakage, improper or inadequate labeling and expired shelf life
Purpose of MSDS
Technical bulletin containting info about materials such as composition, chemical and physical characteristics, health and safety hazards.
Six categories of HM
Compressed gasses
Procedures when HM/HM spill is discovered
Discovery, Notification, Initiation, Evaluation, Containment, Damage Control, Dispersion of gasses/vapors, cleanup, disposal
Disposal Limitations for
A. Adhesives
B. Grease
C. Hydraulic Fluid
D. Fuels
E. Waste Oils
F. Paint/paint thinners
A. Dispose on shore
B. Beyond 50 NM throw overboard, withing 50 dispose on shore
C. Dispose on shore, keep synthetic fluid seperate
D. Dispose on shore
E. Dispose onshore
F. Store as per manual
Authorized Use List- A current inventory of HM, chemical substances, or components known or suspected to contain HM used for local acquisition and use.
Oil Waste
Oil mixed with water or other fluids such that the mixture is no longer useful
Waste Oil
Oil whose characteristics have changed markedly since being originally refined and has become not economically recyclable.
Legislation that governs discharge of oily waste into ocean.
Clean water act authorizes DOD
Spills within U.S. Contiguous Zone
Notify NOSC, and National Response center, take immediate actions to mitigate the effects of the spill, Submit naval message.
Spills outside U.S.
Initiate actions to mitigate effects of spill, Notify Navy On Scene Coordinator (NOSC
General operational and management requirements for bilge water, iol, oily waste and shipboard pollution abatements.
Minimize oil contamination, reduce generation of waste, help oil water sperator perform more evvectively
Oil waste discharge limitations outside U.S.
If equipped with Oil content Monitor (OCM). discharge less than 15 parts per million oil.
If no OCM, but OWS must process all machinery space bilge water through OWS
Flammable Material Stowage requirements
Store seperately from Oxidizers. Check the Hazmat Compatability chart, and Imcompatable materials charts.
Command the aircraft and is responsible for the safety and orderly conduct of the flight
Pilot still in training, needs a minimum of 250 flight hours in order to upgrade to TAC
Pilot who has never flown in a C-9, fly a minimum of 100 flight hours before being considered for upgrade to T2P
Crewchief is responsible to TAC for aircraft preflight, servicing , and normal enroute line maintenance
Supervise Aircraft loading of all carge and baggage. Ensure wiehg and balance data is prepared for the aircraft commander's signature prior to takeoff
Safety and comfort of the passengers.
Seco A
3 pallets with VIP seats, 47 Coach seats
History of C-9B/DC-9
1970 McDonnell Douglas DC-9 was engineered with a cargo door to accomodate passengers and cargo.
VR-56 01 JUL 1976
HERO conditions Associated with CAD
Hero deals with accidental actuation of CAD, treat CAD as explosive.
precautions for lifting aircraft: Wing and fuselage
Don't unlatch forward cargo door, level surface, profect from wind using tail support
precautions for lifting aircraft: Nose and main
Don't jack forward fuselage jackpoint in conjunction w/ aft fuselage jack point
precautions for lifting aircraft: Emergency Procedures
Airplane may be lifted with pneumatic bags under wings and fuselage, when on hard ground ensure adequate clearance, when on soft ground undermining may be necessary.
Radio Detection and Ranging
Identiry Friend or Foe
Traffic Collision Avoidance System
Flight Management System
Global Positioning System
Inertial Navigation System
Very High Frequency Omni Directional Range Station
Instrument Landing System
Ground Proximity Warning System
Thermal Runaway
Condition in which the current for a fully charged nickel cadium battery rises out of all proportion to the impressed voltage.
Joint Operational Support Aircraft Center- Continental United States Operational Authority or activity
Naval Air Logistics Office- the principle scheduling authority for all overseas flights originating or terminating in the continental US
Equipment Operational Capability Code- Determine the Mission Capability of an item noted on the MAF: Full Mission Capable (FMC) Partial Mission Capable (PMC) Non-Mission Capable (NMC)
COMSEC Functional Test
Full and complete on the air use of the IFF system to either aircraft to aircraft or aircraft to ground station.