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State the 3 objectives of first aid...
Prevent further injury, save lives, prevent infection
State the three methods of controlling bleeding
Direct pressure, elevation, pressure points ***tourniquet as a last resort***
Describe the symptoms and treatment for shock.
Vacant or lackluster eyes, shallow or irregular breathing, cold pale skin, nausea, weak or absent pulse.
Lay down, feet elevated 6-12", cover, maintain body heat, re-assure them & calm victim, if concious.
State the symptoms and treatment for heat exhaustion
disturbance of blodd flow to the brain, heart and lungs. Skin is cool, moist and clammy, pupils dilated normal or sub normal body temps. Move to cool area, loosen clothes, apply cool wet cloths to head, groin, ankles, fan victim.
State the symptoms and treatment for heat stroke
hot, dry skin, uneven pupil dilation, weak rapid pulse. Douse the body with cold water, apply wet cold towels, move to cool place, place on back, raise shoulders slightly. cold packs around victims shoulders and neck, groin and ankles.
state the difference between and open and closed fracture.
Closed- simple- entirely internal, bone is broken, but no break in the skin.

Open- Compound- Fracture protruding thru the skin
State the following as applied to electrical shock:
Personnel Rescue
Dont touch victim or wire, find power source, shut it off, or try using a dry broom handle or any non-conductive object.
State the following as applied to electrical shock:
Treatment
Administer artificial ventilation immediatly, feel for a pulse, if none do CPR, get to the hospital.
Describe the methods for clearing an obstructed airway
Wrap your arms around victims waist, grasp your wrist and place the thumb side of your fist against abdomen, above navel and just below ribs. 4 quick upward thrusts, repeat until obstruction is gone
Describe the effects of the following cold weather injuries:
Hypothermia
Pale skin, unconscious slow shallow breathing, faint pulse.
Describe the effects of the following cold weather injuries:
Superficial Frostbite
Ice crystals formed in the upper skin layers
Describe the effects of the following cold weather injuries:
Deep Frostbite
Ice crystals on deeper tissue
Define the purpose of the Naval Aviation Safety Program
Preserve human and material resources, enhance operational readiness
Explain the safety responsibilities of the CO
Make sure persons are instructed and drilled in all precautins and procedures
Explain the safety responsibilities of the Aviation Safety Officer
Advisor to the CO, maintain records and mishaps
Explain the safety responsibilities of the Ground safety officer
Advisor to teh CO in Ground safety matters
Explain the safety responsibilities of the Department head
Coordinates safety program
Explain the safety responsibilities of the division officer
ensure personel comply with safety instructions
Explain the safety responsibilities of the safety petty officer
Ensure personnel are instructed in all safety matters
Explain the safety responsibility of all hands.
Be familiar with safety regs and instructions
Explain the functions of the Safety Council/ERnlisted Safety Committee
Set goals, manage assets, review safety reccomendations
Discuss how the following contribute to aviation mishaps:
Human Error
Ergonomics, physical strength, stress, mental factors.
Discuss how the following contribute to aviation mishaps:
Maintenance and Support Factors
Improper maintenance, priority assignments, lack of QA
Discuss how the following contribute to aviation mishaps:
Administrative and Supervisory Factors
Failure to meet personnel qualification stnadards, lack of formal or informal training.
Discuss how the following contribute to aviation mishaps:
Material Failures or malfunctions
Faulty design, defective manufature or repair
Discuss how the following contribute to aviation mishaps:
Environmental Factors
Excessive speed, lightning, heat, cold vibration, noise, illumination, radiation atmospheric contaminants
Define Class A mishap
1,000,000 dollars or more damage, injury or occupational illness, permanent disability, death
Define Class B Mishap
200,000- 1,000,000 partial disability, 3 or more people hospitalized.
Define Class C Mishap
10,000-200,000 in damage, non-fatal injury, loss of time beyond the shift, 5 or more lost workdays.
Define Class D Mishap
Less then 10,000- non-fatal injury, anything not classified in C or above.
State the objective of Aviation Gas Free Engineering Program
Ensure a safe environment when working on aeronuatical equiptment fuel systems.
Explain the hazards associated with Radio Frequency Energy
Generate electrical currents and or voltage large enough to cause life threatening electric shock, burns, biological changesw and cataracts. May ignite flammable material
Explain the purpose of a safety stand down
Devote time and safety to training awareness and enhancement of the command safety climate
Discuss the concept of Operational Risk Management
Decision making process used to identify and manage hazards that endanger naval resources.
Explain the ORM Scale:
Identify Hazard- chart major steps, analyze hazards
Assess Hazards - Determine degree of risk
Make Risk Decisions- Select controls that will reduce the risk, decide if risk outweighs benifits
Implement Controls- Measures used to eliminate hazards
Supervise- Follow up evals to ensure they remain inplace and have the desired effect.
Discus the dual chain of command for operating forces
Operational- President, sec. of defense, a unit or specified CO

Administrative- Sec of Navy and CNO to operating forces
Discuss the following as they apply to the operational chain of command:
Unified/specified
Operated under joint chiefs of staff
Discuss the following as they apply to the operational chain of command:
Fleet commanders
Pacific and atlantic fleets: training, surface, ect.
Discuss the following as they apply to the operational chain of command:
Task Force Commander
Divides fleets into forces, groups, units and elements
Discuss the following as they apply to the operational chain of command:
Taks Unit Commander
Further divides task groups
Discuss the following as they apply to the administratve chain of command:
Secretary of the Navy
Policies and control of dept of navy
Discuss the following as they apply to teh administratve chain of command:
Chief of naval operations
advisor to president and secnav on conduts of war
Discuss the following as they apply to teh administratve chain of command:
Fleet Commander in chief
Command specific fleets
Discuss the following as they apply to teh administratve chain of command:
Naval Air Force Commander
Command of VA, VAW, VS, VR, HS, HC, VX type squadrons
Discuss the following as they apply to teh administratve chain of command:
Functional wing commander
A/C material readiness, admin, training, inspection of squadrons.
Discuss the following as they apply to teh administratve chain of command:
Type Squadron Commander
Responsible for maintenance and material readiness of A/C assigned to them
Discuss the role of the following:
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy
Senior rep to CNO
Discuss the role of the following:
Fleet Master Chief
Advisor to the Fleet CO
Discuss the role of the following:
Force Master Chief
Advisor to various force group CO's
Discuss the role of the following:
Command Master Chief
Advisor to CO on enlisted matters.
State the Six Areas of Naval Doctrine
Warefare, intelligence, operations, logistics, planning, command and control
Discuss how naval aviation supports the following warefare areas:
Reconnaissance/surveillance
Intetrception, recording, analysis of electromagnetic energy.
Discuss how naval aviation supports the following warefare areas:
Antisubmarine
Locate and destroy subs
Discuss how naval aviation supports the following warefare areas:
Amphibious assault
Bombarardment by missiles, bombs and other ordnance
Discuss how naval aviation supports the following warefare areas:
Logistics support
Transport of troops, personnel, cargo or equiptment
Discuss how naval aviation supports the following warefare areas:
Seach and rescue
Search data and surveillance of an area
Discuss how naval aviation supports the following warefare areas:
Mine warfare
Use of ships, A/C, Subs and helo's to locate and destroy enemy mines
Discuss the conditions that led to the formation of the US navy
England was taxing the colonists, the colonists met, came up with England should grant them. Tey appointed George Washington as commander in chief of the army. then reated the navy, launced 2 ships in feb of 1776.
State the qualities that characterize the Navy/Marine coprs team as instruments to support national policies
Readiness, flexibility, slef sustainability and mobility.
State the three levels of war
Tactical, operational and strategic.
Explain how Naval Intelligence operations, more than any other service support peace time operational decidsion making
Intelligence estimates disseminated in a timely fashion, center on the focus of the effort, identify critical vulnerabilities and enhance combat effectiveness.
State the mission of Naval Logistics
Provide ability to operate in peacetime and in war, wherever and whenever our national interests demand. Our ability to move and sustain forces at great distances from our shores is critical to our strategy.
Discuss teh importance of the following conflicts as tehy relate to naval aviation:
Coral Sea
Midway
Guadalcanal
Coral Sea: First carrier vs carrier battle
Midway: By breaking code, we were ready, sank 4 carriers
Guadalcanal: Because the sullivan brothers died... re-instated family member separations
Discuss the significance of 8 may 1911, as it applies to naval aviation
B-day of naval aviation, day we bought our first plane
State the name of the first aircraft carrier..
USS Langley
What was the first jet powered naval a/c
FH-1 Phantom
Who was the first Naval Aviator in space
Alan Shepard
What is an AB
Aviation Boatwains Mate
What is an AC
Air Traffic Controller
What is an AD
Aviation Machinists' Mate
What is an AE
Aviation Electricians Mate
What is an AG
Aerographers Mate
What is an AK
Aviation Store Keeper
What is an AM
Sviation Structural Mechanic
What is an AO
Aviation Ordnanceman
What is an AS
Aviation Support Equiptment Technician
What is an AT
Aviation Electronics Technician
What is an AW
Airwarefare systems operator
What is an AZ
Aviation Maintenance Administrator
What is a PR
Aircrew survival Equipmentman
What is a PH
Photographers Mate
Describe the following terms pertaining to motion:
Inertia
Willingness of an object to remain atrest unless acted on by an outside force
Describe the following terms pertaining to motion:
Acceleration
Rate of change of speed or velocity with time
Describe the following terms pertaining to motion:
Speed
Rate of movement in a given amount of time
Describe the following terms pertaining to motion:
Velocity
Quickness or speed of an object in a given time and direction
Describe Newtons 1st Law
Object will remain atrest until acted on by an outside force
Describe Newtons 2nd Law
Change of motion will be dirctly proportional to the amount of force
Describe Newtons 3rd Law
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction
Define Bernoullis' Principle
Fluid flowing through a tube, reaches a constiction or narrowing, speed increases, pressure decreases.

Lift of airfoil is dependent on being able to create circulation and develop lifting pressure.
Discuss the following weather warnings and their effects on naval aviation:
Small Craft
33 Knots or less, small craft, harbor or inland waters
Discuss the following weather warnings and their effects on naval aviation:
Gale
Harbor, inland, ocean areas, wind 34-47 knots
Discuss the following weather warnings and their effects on naval aviation:
Storm
Harbor, inland, ocean, 48 knots or more
Discuss the following weather warnings and their effects on naval aviation:
Tropical Depression
Land, harbor, inland, ocean wind 33 knots or less
Discuss the following weather warnings and their effects on naval aviation:
Tropical Storm
34-63 knots
Discuss the following weather warnings and their effects on naval aviation:
Hurricane/typhoon
64 knots or greater
Discuss the following weather warnings and their effects on naval aviation:
Thunderstorm
3 miles of airfield or immediate area
Discuss the following weather warnings and their effects on naval aviation:
Severe Thunderstorm
50 Knots of wind or greater, hail 3/4" or greater forcasted
Discuss the following weather warnings and their effects on naval aviation:
Tornado
Sited or detected by RADAR, strong potential
Describe the following aerodynamic Terms:
Lift
Force that acts in an upward direction to support A/C in the Air
Describe the following aerodynamic Terms:
Weight
Force of gravity acting downward on A/c
Describe the following aerodynamic Terms:
Drag
Force that holds A/c back disruption of the air.
Describe the following aerodynamic Terms:
Thrust
Foce developed by the A/c's engine
Describe the following aerodynamic Terms:
Longitudinal axis
Imaginary reference line running down the center (roll)
Describe the following aerodynamic Terms:
Lateral axis
Imaginary reference line running parallel
Describe the following aerodynamic Terms:
Vertical Axis
Imaginary line running from top to bottom (Yaw)
State the three primary movements of the aircraft about the axis
Pitch- Lateral
Yaw- Vertical
Roll- Longitudinal
Identify and state the purpose of the primary flight controls for Fixed wing aircraft
Ailerons- longitudinal, elevators- lateral, rudder- vertical
Identify and state the purpose of the primary flight controls for rotary wing aircraft
Collective stick- up and down, cyclic stick- direction, foot control- lateral, blades on tail- rotor.
State the purpose of the following flight control surfaces:
Flap
Spoiler
Speed Breaks
Flap- Extra Lift, reduce landing speed
Spoiler- Decrease wing lift
Speed Breaks- reducing speed of A/c
State the purpose of the following flight control surfaces:
Slats
Horizontal Stabilizer
Vertical Stabilizer
Tail Rotor
Slats- improves lateral control handling at low speeds
Horizontal Stabilizer- Provides stability of A/c about lateral axis
Vertical Stabilizer- Maintains the stability of A/C about vertical axis
Tail Rotor- counteracts torque action of main rotor, thrust in opposite direction
Explain the term Angle of attack
The angle at which a body meets a flow of air
Explain the term autorotation
A method of allowing a helicopter to land safely from a altitude without using engine power
State the components of a basic hydraulic system
reservoir to hold it, a pump to provide flow, tubing, selector valve to direct flow, actuating unit to convet pressure.
Describe and explain the purpose of the main components of landing gear
Shock/strut- absorbs the shock
Tires- Roll and provide traction
Wheel/break- Slow and stop A/C.
State the safety precautions used when serviceing aircraft tires
when inflating, stand off to the side, deflate when removing from a/c
State the 5 basic systems of a jet engine
Intake- allows outside or ambient air to enter engine
Compressor- sseries of rotating blades, row of stationary slator vanes, provides high pressure air to the combustion chambers
Combustion chamber- Fuel enters and combines with air
Turbine- drives the compressor and accessories from the combustion gases
Exhaust Cone- eliminates turbulence in the emerging jet
Describe the following engine systems:
Turbojet
Projects a column of air to the rear at extremely high velocity
Describe the following engine systems:
Turboshaft
delivers power through a shaft to drive something other than a prop
Describe the following engine systems:
Turboprop
Conversion of gas energy into mechanical power to drive a prop
Describe the following engine systems:
Turbofan
Prop is replced by a duct-enclosed axial flow fan
State the purpose of an afterburner
boost the normal thrust rating of a gas turbine engine
State the NATO symbols for the following fuels and briefly explain the characteristics:
JP4
JP5
JP8
JP4- F40 flamespread 700-800 fpm, low flashpoint -10F, not used on ships
JP5- F44, flamespread 100 fpm, flashopoint 140F, only approved for ships
JP8- F34, Flamespread 100 fpm, 100F
Describe the three hazards associated with jet fuel
Explosion from fuel fumes, vapor inhalation, toxic contact with skin, eyes or mouth
Describe the symptoms of fuel vapor inhalation
nausea, dizziness, headaches, can cause death
Explain the purpose of the Auxiliary Power Unit (APU)
Furnish electrical power when engine driven compressors arnt on, or when external power is not available
Identify the reasons for and methods of Non Destructive Inspection (NDI)
Can provide 100% sampling with no affect to the part
Visual, optical, liquid penetrant, magnetic particle, eddy current, ultrasonic, radiographic, ext.
Discuss icing and its effects on the perfromance of naval A/C
Decreases lift and increases drag, weight and stalling speed, effects the control of the A/C
State the purpose of pitot static
Altimeter, airspeed indicator, rate of climb
State the purpose of the airspeed indicator
Displays the speed of the A/C in relation to the air
State the purpose of altimeters
Height of A/C above sea level
State the purpose of Rate of Climb
Rate at which a/c is climbing or descending
State the purpose of attitude indicator
a/c attitude, referring to the horizon
State the purpose of the turn and bank indicator
Shows correct execution of a turn and bank
State the purpose of navigation systems
Direct, plot, control the course or position of A/C
State the purpose of IFF
Allows craft to identify itself as friend or foe.
State the purpose of Radio detection and ranging (RADAR)
Detects object at distances more than visually
State the purpose of Magnetic (Standby) Compass
Mounted on instrument panel, read like a dial or gauge
State the purpose of Communication systems
Means of communication with other things.
State the purpose of Bombs
Any weapon other than a torpedo, mine, rocket or missile dropped from an A/C
State the purpose of Rockets
Explosive and propulsion, unable to change direction
State the purpose of Missiles
Vehicle containing explosive, propulsion and guidance section
State the purpose of Mines
Underwater explosive
State the purpose of Torpedoes
Self propelled underwater missile
Explain the purpose of the following:
Circuit breaker
Fuse
Circuit breakers- protective device that opens when current exceeds a pre-determined value
Fuse- Melts, breakdown when current is increased, prevents damage
Explain the following avioncis terms:
Voltage
Current
Resistance
Voltage- "driving force" behind current
Current- Flow of electrons
Resistance- opposing force to the flow of electrons
Define the term A/c Handling
Describes any movement of A/C or associated equiptment
State the purpose of standard aircraft taxi signals
Used by all brances so there is no misunderstandings
State the vehicle speed limits on the flight line and around the aircraft
within 50 feet of a/c is 5 mph, taxiways, runways, parking ramps and work areas 10mph
State the maximum towing speed of an aircraft
As fast as the slowest walker
Name the four categories of tie down requirements
Initial, intermediate, permanent, heavy weather
State the purpose of the emergency shore based recovery equipment
minimize the chance of an accident that could cause injury to the crew or A/C
State the purpose of the MA-1A overrun barrier
Net barrier and cable system designed to stop aircraft not equipped with tail hooks. A/C must have a nose wheel
State the minimum personal protective equiptment required on flight line and ramp during the following operations:
Routine maintenance
Flight Operations
Routine Maintenance- Work are shall be assessed to hazards
Flight Operations- Cranial, Colored Jersey, Goggles, Ears, Flight Deck Shoes, flotation gear, Survival light, whistle
Identify the safety hazards associated with Intakes
Can pull people into it, fod, ect.
Identify the safety hazards associated with exhaust
High temps, high velocities
Identify the safety hazards associated with props
Personnel should not depart or board a/c while props are spinning, stay out of the prop arc
Identify the safety hazards associated with Rotor blades
stay away when they are spinning
Identify the safety hazards associated with Hot brakes
never face the side of the wheel, approch from the font or aft
Explain the significance of runway number system
magnetic heading rounded to the nearest 10th
Explain the significance of Threshold markings
designate the landing area
Explain the significance of airfield lighting system
unmistaken navigation aids
Explain the significance of runway/taxiway marking system
visual guidance, taxi- blue
Explain the significance of arm/dearm areas
area where ordinace is changed from safe to ready
Explain the significance of overrun area
reasonable area fro aborting or overshooting
Explain the significance of parking apron
parking, servicing, loading a/c
Explain the purpose of wind indicator
prompt issusance of wind direction and velocities
Explain the purpose of airfield rotating beacon
identify airports location, rotation is CW
Explain the purpose of tower visual communications
coordination device between radar controller and tower
Explain the purpose of tactical air navigation
bearing determining system to determine a/c position
Explain the purpose of crash/rescue
rescue personnel from a/c, clear away wreckage, fight fires
Explain the purpose of compass calibration pad
quiet area where the a/c is compassed
Explain the purpose of liquid oxygen exchange area
area for service of a/c which require liquid oxygen
HC
Helicopter combat support- Rotary wing
They perform duties such as plane guard, sea-air resuce, mail delivery and personnel transfer.
A/C: H-1, H-3, C-HH-46D, CH-53E
HCS
Helicopter Combat Support Special Squadron - Rotary Wing

Provides dedicated deployable combat rescue detachments in support of aircraft carrier and amphibious operations for quick
reaction contingencies.
Aircraft: HH-60H
HM
Helicopter Mine Countermeasures - Rotary Wing

Provides aerial mine hunting and minesweeping by deploying into and towing through the water, sleds designed to detect or
clear minefields.
Aircraft: CH/RH-53, MH-53
HS
Helicopter Antisubmarine - Rotary Wing

Used for carrier based anti-submarine warfare, plane guard, search and rescue and logistics. RegNav flies the SH-60F
Oceanhawk and reserves fly the SH-3H Sea King.
Aircraft: SH-3, SH-60F
HSL
Fly smaller helicopters from ships such as DDG's or FFG's. They also perform search and rescue and logistics. RegNav
flies SK-60B Seahawk and reserves flies SH-2G Sea Sprite.
Aircraft: SH-2G, SK-60B
HT
Helicopter Training

Provides basic and advanced training of student Naval Aviators in rotary wing aircraft.
Aircraft: TH-57
VAQ
Tactical Electronic Warfare - Fixed Wing

Tactically exploits, suppresses, degrades and deceives enemy electromagnetic defensive and offensive systems including
communication, in support of air strike and fleet operations. The EA-6B Prowler is used from carriers and EP-3A is land
based.
Aircraft: EA-6B, EA-7, EP-3A
VAW
Carrier Airborne Early Warning - Fixed Wing

Carrier based and provide early warning against weather, missiles, shipping and aircraft.
Aircraft: E-2C
VC
Fleet Composite - Fixed Wing

Perform duties such as utility and air services for the fleet such as simulations and target towing.
Aircraft: TA-4J, S/UH-3A, CH-53E, VP-3A
VF
Fighter - Fixed Wing

Fighter squadrons are used against aircraft and ground installations to defend surface units. They escort attack aircraft and
give close air support to landing forces. They use maximum firepower with speed.
Aircraft: F-14, F-16N, T-38
VFA
Strike Fighter - Fixed Wing

Employed for both fighter and attack missions.
Aircraft: F/A-18
VMFA
Marine Fighter Attack - Fixed Wing

Marine Corps Strike Fighter squadrons employed for both fighter and attack missions.
Aircraft: F/A-18, AV-8B
VP
Patrol - Fixed Wing

Land based squadrons that perform anti-submarine warfare, anti-submarine warfare, anti-surface warfare, reconnaissance
and mining.
Aircraft: P-3
VQ
Fleet Air Reconnaissance - Fixed Wing

Electronic warfare support including search for, interception, recording, and analysis of radiated electromagnetic energy.
Selected squadrons serve as elements of the Worldwide Airborne Command Post System and provide communications relay
services.
Aircraft: ES-3, EP-3, E-6, EC-130
VR
Aircraft Logistics Support - Fixed Wing

Transport of personnel and supplies.
Aircraft: C-9, C-12, C-20, CT-39, C-130, C-131
VRC
Carrier Logistics Support - Fixed Wing

Transports personnel and supplies including carrier onboard delivery aircraft such as the C-2 Greyhound or US-3
Aircraft: C-2, US-3
VS
Carrier Antisubmarine Warfare - Fixed Wing

Perform surface search and sea control. Referred to as "Sea Control" squadrons even though their letter designation is VS.
Note: As of 1998 VS no longer is employed in the ASW role.
Aircraft: S-3
VT
Training - Fixed Wing

Provide basic and advanced training for student naval aviators and flight officers.
Aircraft: T-2, TA-4, T-34, T-44, T-47, T-45
VX/VXE
VX - Air Test and Evaluation - Fixed Wing

Tests and evaluates the operational capabilities of new aircraft and equipment in an operational environment. They
develop tactic and doctrines for their most effective use.
Aircraft: A4M/T, TA-4J, A-6, AV-8, F/A-18A/B, S-3A/B, P-3A/C, UH-1N, AH-1J/T/W, SH-2F, SH-3H, SH-60B/F,
OV-10A/D
VXE
Antarctic Development - Fixed Wing Supports operation Deep Freeze.
Aircraft: LC-130, UH-1H
AV-8 Harrier
Fighter attack
C-130 Hercules
Logistics support
C-2 Greyhound
Carrier logistics support
C-20 Gulfstream
Logistics support
C-9 Sky Train
Logistics support
EA-6B Prowler
Tactical electronic warfare
E-2 Hawkeye
Airborne early warning
C-12 Huron
Logistics support
E-6 Mercury
Fleet air reconnaissance
F/A-18 Hornet
Fighter/attack
F-14 Tomcat
Fighter
H-2 Seasprite
Helicopter antisubmarine light
H-3 Sea King
Helicopter antisubmarine
H-46 Sea Knight
Helicopter combat support
H-53 Sea Stallion
Helicopter mine countermeasures
SH-60B Seahawk
Helicopter antisubmarine light
SH-60F Oceanhawk
Helicopter Anti-Submarine
HH-60H Seahawk
Helicopter Anti-Submarine
P-3 Orion
Patrol
S-3 Viking
Carrier antisubmarine warfare
TA-4 Sky Hawk
Training
T-2 Buckeye
Training
T-45 Goshawk
Training
UH-1N Iroquois
Helicopter combat support
T-34 Mentor
Training
T-44 Pegasus
Training
F-5 Tiger II
Fighter
AH-1 Cobra
Helicopter combat support
Ships:
AE
Ammunition Ship
They operate with replenishment groups to deliver ammunition and missiles to ships at sea. These ships are handle all types
of missiles. They carry two H-46 helicopters for vertical replenishment and support
Ships:
AD
Destroyer Tender
ADs provide Destroyers and Destroyer Escorts with mobile base and repair facilities, supplying fuel, ammunition and other
stores.
Ships:
AFS
Combat Stores Ship
perform underway replenishment services for Navy battle groups and deliver food, fuel, spare parts and ammunition.
Ships:
AS
Submarine Tender
Ships:
AO/AOE
Oilers/Oiler and Ammunition Support Ships
AO: These ships carry fuel, jet fuel, and other petroleum products. They operate with replenishment groups and deliver their
cargo to ships at sea. They can service from both sides of the ship simultaneously

AOE: The largest and most powerful auxiliary ship in the Navy. AOE ships carry missiles, fuel, ammunition and general
cargo. They can also carry refrigerated cargo and supplies. They carry two H-46 helicopters for vertical replenishment and
support
Ships:
CG
Guided Missile Cruiser
These ships serve provide protection against surface and air attacks, and gunfire support for land operations. They have a
large cruising range and are capable of speeds over 30 knots. Some cruisers are capable of conducting antiair warfare,
antisubmarine warfare, and antisurface ship warfare at the same time. They carry a LAMPS Mk III SH-60B helicopter.
Ships:
CV/CVN
Carrier/Nuclear Powered Carrier
Carriers are designed to carry, launch, retrieve and handle combat aircraft quickly and efficiently. It can approach the enemy
at high speed, launch planes, recover them, and retire before its position can be determined. Attack carriers are excellent
long-range offensive weapons and are the center of the modern naval task force or task group
Ships:
DD/DDG
Destroyer/Guided Missile Destroyer
Multipurpose ships used in any kind of naval operation. Fast ships with a large variety of armament and little or no armor.
They depend on their speed and mobility for protection. They operate offensively and defensively against subs and surface
ships. They can take defensive action against air assaults. They provide gunfire support for amphibious assaults. They can
perform patrol, search and rescue missions, if needed. They can accommodate two SH-60B or 2 SH2G helicopters
Ships:
FFG
Guided Missile Frigates
Frigates are used for open-ocean escort and patrol. They resemble destroyers in appearance, but are slower, have only a
single screw, and carry less armament. They can carry two SH-60B helicopters
Ships:
LCC
Amphibious Command Ship
Provides accommodations and command and communication facilities for various commanders and their staffs. They can
serve as a command ship for an amphibious task force, landing force, and air support commanders during amphibious
operations. They are the most modern and capable command facilities afloat
Ships:
LHA
Amphibious Assault Ship
These ships are able to embark, deploy, and land a Marine battalion landing team by helicopters, landing craft, amphibious
vehicles, and combinations of these methods. They are versatile and combine the same features of the Amphibious Assault
ship (LPH), Amphibious Transport Dock (LPD), Amphibious Cargo Ship (LKA), and Dock Landing Ship (LSD) in a single
ship
Ships:
LHD
Amphibious Warfare Ship
They are designed based on that of an Amphibious Assault Ship, but are intended to be convertible from an Assault Ship to
an Anti-submarine Warfare ship with Harrier fighters for ground assault
Ships:
LPD
Amphibious Transport Dock
Combines the features of a Dock Landing Ship (LSD), with the features of an Amphibious Assault Ship (LPH). They can
transport troops and equipment in the same ship. It has facilities for 8 helicopters
Ships:
LPH
Amphibious Assault Ship Designed to embark, transport, and land 1,800 troops and their equipment via transport
helicopters in conjunction with a beach assault. They can also assist with antisubmarine warfare
Ships:
LSD
Dock Landing Ship
Can transport and launch a variety of loaded amphibious craft and vehicles. Provides limited docking and repair services to
small ships and craft and equipped to refuel helicopters. In order to launch craft, the LSD must have the well flooded for the
craft to move out on their own power. It has one CH-53 helicopter landing spot
Ships:
MCS
Mine Countermeasures Support Ship
There is only one of these in the naval inventory - the USS Inchon.
Ships:
ATF
Fleet Ocean Tugs
Ships:
ARS
Rescue and Salvage Ship
Ships:
ASR
Submarine Rescue Ship
Ships:
AR
Repair Ship
Ships:
MCM
Mine Countermeasures Ship
Ships:
MHC
Costal Mine Hunter
Ships:
PC
Patrol Craft
Ships:
SSBN
Ballistic Missile Submarine (Nuclear)
Ships:
SSN
Submarine (nuclear)
Chemical warfare
Intentional use of lethal or nonlethal chemical agents to produce casualties; harass or temporarily incapacitate, and
demoralize personnel; or contaminate or destroy areas, equipment, and supplies
Biological warfare
Intentioal use of living organisms to disable or destroy people, animals, crops ect.
Radiological Warfare
Deliberate use of radiological weapons to produce injury and death
Describe the purpose of MCU-2P Protective mask
Protects face, eyes, nose, throat and lungs
Describe the purpose of chemical protective orvergarments
neutralize blister agents, agent vapors and sprays, does not stop liquids
Describe the purpose of Wet-weather clothing
protects from liquid agents and radioactive particles
Describe the purpose of Atropine/2 pam chloride autoinjector
Specific therapy for nerve agent casualties
Describe the purpose of IM-143 pocket dosimeter
Measures exposure to radiation over a period of time
Describe the purpose of the DT-60 personnel dosimeter
Determines the total amount of gamma radiation to which the wearer has been exposed
List the four types of chemical casualty agents and there physical symptoms
Chocking- Dry throat, coughing, chocking, tightness in the chest, headache, nausea, watering eyes
Nerve- Contracted pupils, tight chest, deep breathing, twitching
Blood- Deep breating, violent contractions
Blister- Gritty feeling in the eyes, sorness, bloodshot, red eye lids
Descrive the following types of nuclear explosions:
High Altitude Air Burst
100,000 Feet, disturbance in ionoshpere
Descrive the following types of nuclear explosions:
Air Burst
Huge, hot fireball, does not touch earth, radioactive cloud, mushroom
Descrive the following types of nuclear explosions:
Surface burst
Touches ground, vaporizes earth
Descrive the following types of nuclear explosions:
Shallow underwater burst
Creates cavity, huges waves
Descrive the following types of nuclear explosions:
Deep underwater Burst
Same as shallow with less visual effect and more contaminated water
Describe the following effects of nuclear explosions:
Blast
primary and secondary deaths by objects and debri
Describe the following effects of nuclear explosions:
Flash burns/blindness
Flash blindess and radiation burns up to 40 miles
Describe the following effects of nuclear explosions:
Radiation
Cause skin burns, ionization of atoms
Describe the following effects of nuclear explosions:
Describe the following effects of nuclear explosions:
Electormagnetic pulse (EMP)
Burn out electronics, trip breakers, blow fuses
Describe the following effects of nuclear explosions:
Blackout
Loss of light/power during a nuclear attack
Define/discuss Mission oriented protective posture (MOPP)
Defines amount of CBR Gear to wear/have available
1- Masks issued, inventory of equiptment and supplies
2- masks are carried, condition zebra is set
3- new filters, don smock and hood, trousers and overboots, general quarters, fill canteens activate decontamination stations
4- don everything, set condition Circle William, activate CMWD system continuously
NATOPS
Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures standardization
Discuss the purpose of the natops.
standardizes aircrew functions
State the meaning of the following terms:
Warning
Caution
Note
Shall
Should
May
Will
Warning- An operating procedure, practice, or condition, etc., that may result in injury or death if not carefully observed or followed
Caution- An operating procedure, practice, or condition, etc., that may result in damage to equipment if not carefully observed or followed.
Note- An operating procedure, practice, or condition, etc., that must be emphasized.
Shall- Means a procedure that is mandatory.
Should- Means a procedure that is recommended.
May- "May" and "need not" mean procedure is optional.
Will- Indicates futurity and never indicates any degree of requirement for application of a procedure.
State the purpose of a Natops evaluation
Monitors/tests for aircrew compitency
State the purpose of the naval flight records subsystem **Navflirs**
Record flight hours, detailed flight record
State the purpose of master flight files
Tracks hours for each individual aircrewmen
Explain the aircraft visual identification system for the following type commanders:
COMNAVAIRLANT
COMNAVAIRPAC
CNATRA
COMNAVAIRLANT: A-M first letter, N-Z second letter
COMNAVAIRPAC: N-Z first letter, A-M second letter
CNATRA- Training, A-Z single letter

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Discuss the organizational structures and the duties of:
CO
Responsible for those under his command
Discuss the organizational structures and the duties of:
XO
Responsible for organization, performance of duty, good order and discipline
Discuss the organizational structures and the duties of:
CMC
Moral, welafare, job satisfaction, dicipline, utilization and training
Discuss the organizational structures and the duties of:
Department Head
Inchage of departments (MO)
Discuss the organizational structures and the duties of:
Comand managed equal opportunity officer
equal opportunities for training
Discuss the organizational structures and the duties of:
Div O
Responsible to dep Head for division personnel
Discuss the organizational structures and the duties of:
LCPO
Assists Div O
Discuss the organizational structures and the duties of:
WCS
Hour by hour W/C functions
Discuss the organizational structures and the duties of:
CCC
Makes sure current programs are up to date
Discuss the organizational structures and the duties of:
Ombudsman
Link between command and families
Discuss the organizational structures and the duties of:
Financial Specialist
Provide Financial counseling
Discuss the organizational structures and the duties of:
DAPA
Education, rehab, identification
Discuss the organizational structures and the duties of:
Security Manager
Advises CO/XO on security matters
Discuss the organizational structures and the duties of:
Career Information Program Management Program Manager
Career info to squadron, W/C and divisions
Discuss the purpose and general rules for the following types of counseling:
Personnel
Performance
Personnel- Handled by Chaplin, legal, medical
Performance- Let them know where they stand, how they are doing and where they need to improve
Describe the effects of enlisted evals on types of dischages
Honorable, general
Describe the effects of enlited evals on advancement
eval marks for advanacement
Describe the effects of enlited evals on good conduct awards
no court martial, NJP, civil citations 3 years
Describe the effects of enlisted evals on Eligibility for re-enlisting
3.0 marks required, can be waived
Describe the effects of enlited evals on Assignment
Instructor duty, recruit company commander, formal schools, ect, 3.0 marks required
Explain the use of the following:
Naval Message
E-mail
Naval Message- thoughts from commanders sent electronically
E-mail- Electronic Mail
Explain the purpose of:
Date Time Group
Date/time expressed in Greenwich Mean Time, 6 digits, first 2 day
Explain the purpose of:
From Line
Originators name
Explain the purpose of:
To line
Address of recipiant
Explain the purpose of:
Info line
Addresses of those who you want to look at or send the message
Explain the purpose of:
Classification/declassification line
First line of text, states classification
Explain the purpose of:
Standard subject identification code
4 or 5 digits, stands for subject
Explain the purpose of:
Subject Line
main topic, capital letters
Explain the purpose of:
passing instructions
Processing system relay, assist with routing
Explain the purpose of:
Reference line
Lettered, keeps from repeating lengthy reference material
Explain the purpose of:
Amplifying information line
amplify or supplement the data text
Explain the purpose of:
narrative information line
provide amplyifing info which pertains to text
Explain the purpose of:
Text
body- contains teh message
Explain what each of the following enlisted service record pages are and what entries are made on each:
Page 2
Page 4
Page 13
Page 2- record of emergency data, benificiary data if you die
Page 4- Qualification history, awards, commendations
Pae 13- Catch all, clarify entries elsewhere
State the purpose and discuss the contents of the enlisted distribution verification report
Monthly statement of Enlisted, provides summary of present and future manning
Explain the use of a report and disposition of offense
court memorandum, page 7, records court martial and NJP where pay is affected
Discuss the purpose of operational Reports (OPREP)
Accident or UA incident involving nuclear weapons
Discuss the purpose of Movement reports (MOVEREP)
Location/track/destination of ships
Discuss the purpose of logistical requirements (LOGREQ)
Prior to entering a port, for logistic requirements
Discuss the purpose of stats of requirement and training support (SORTS)
Status of condition of ships
Discuss the purpos of Situation reports ( SITREP)
Any incident not meeting oprep3, catch all
State the objective of the NAMP
Helps to standardize operations of any naval aviation command
State the titles and breifly explain the 5 volumes of the NAMP
1- Concepts, policies, procedures, O and I level maint
2- Depot level
3- Maint data system (MDS)
4- Aviation 3M data processing requirements
5- Standard operating procedures (SOP)
Describe the 3 levels of aviation maintenence
O- Day to day basis in support of its own operations
I- Provide quality and timely material to support O level
D- Airframes, flight system, "overhaul" maint.
Discuss the general responsibilities of the MO
Accomplisment of the department mission
Discuss the general responsibilities of the AMO
Assiste mo, same quals
Discuss the general responsibilities of the Maintenance/ Material Control officer MMCO
Overall production and material support of the department
Discuss the general responsibilities of the Material Control officer
Tool control program, Boss III, Pricechallange hotline
State the basic responsibilities of maintenance/ production control
Maintain full mission capable a/c
Discuss the basic responsibilities of the maintenance admin division
Provide all admin functions of the maint department
Describe the difference between scheduled and unscheduled maintenance
Scheduled- peridic inpections and servicing
Unscheduled- discrepancies found during operations
Discuss the purpose of a Daily inspection
Find defects in more depth than a turn around or postflight, good for 72 hours or one flight
Discuss the purpose of a Turnaround inspection
between flights, anyting that occured during flight
Discuss the purpose of a special inspection
prescribed interval other than daily, calendar and phase
Discuss the purpose of a conditional inspection
bird strikes, lighting strikes, hard landing, fod, ect.
Discuss the purpose of a phase inspection
divides total scheduled maint requirements into smaller packages
Discuss the purpose of a acceptance inspection
Time of reporting
Discuss the purpose of a transfer inspection
time of transfer
Discuss the purpose of a aircraft service period adjustment (ASPA)
Depot level evaluation of A/C general material condition
State the purpose of a Functional check flight
Used to determine if airframe, power plant, accessories and equiptment are functioning within standards
State the purpose of the weight and balance program
provides standard system of field weight and balance control
State the purpose of the aircraft logbook
history of a/c, includes non-aging record, flight time, inspection records, repair and rework, TD's, Misc history, prevervation, etc.
State who is authorized to sign aircraft logbook entries
Anyone designated by the CO. Usually the Maintenance Officer, Maintenance Senior Chief Petty Officer, Maintenance Chief Petty Officer
State who is authorized to release a/c safe for flight
MO, MMO, MCO, anyone designated by the CO
Discuss teh following planned maintenance system publications
Maint. Requirement Cards (MRC'S)
Periodic Maint. Info Cards (PMIC's)
MRC's- Provides instructions required for the efficient performance of scheduled maintenance tasks.
PMIC's- The use of PMICs is to identify scheduled or forced removal items and their replacement intervals
Difine the following as applied to aviation maintenance:
Illustrated parts breakdown
Maintenance Instruction Manuals
IPB- Illustrations and part numbers for all parts of A/C
MIM's- Instructions for "o" and "i" level maint, and servicing of a specific model A/C
Discuss the workcenter supervisors responsibilities
Hour by hour maint situation. Communication between w/c and maint control
Define the concept of Quality Assurance
Prevention of the occurance of defects, achievement depends on prevention, knowledge, and special skills
Explain the responsibilities of a Qualitiy assurance Representative
Assure properly completed, and IAW MIM's
Explain the responsibilities of a Collateral Duty QAR
Relieves QAR's when needed
Explain the responsibilities of a collateral duty inspector (CDI)
Inspect all work and comply with QA inpections
Explain the purpose of the following QA audits:
Special
Quarterly/Work Center
Special- evaluate maint tasks, proccesses, procedures and programs
Quaterly/work center- Overall quality performance of each W/C
Discuss the two functions of the central technical publication library
Determination of pubs required, receipt and distribution, ensuring pubs are up to date, internal control and ddistribution of the NAMP
Discuss the elements of a successful FOD program
Identifies, corrects, eliminates casual factors, must be a part of a maint program, QA monitors it.
State the primary objective of the Tool Control program
Rapidly account for all tools after completing a maint task, reducing the potential for fod, also reduce tool loss
Explain the purpose of Fuel surveillance
Free water and foreign contaminants in aircraft fuel systems, singularly or in combination, constitute a hazard in naval
aircraft
Explain the purpose of Navy oil analysis
monitors equiptment w/o removal or dissembly
Explain the purpose of aviators breathing oxygen surveillance
To make sure personnel are trained thoroughly
Explain the purpose of hydraulic contamination control
maintain fluid purity
Explain the purpose of tire and wheel maintenance safety
Handle like you would live ordinance
State teh purpose of the Maintenance training improvement program (MTIP)
Evaluated technical knowledge levels of techs.
Explain the purpose of the Monthly Maint. Plan
Schedule of predictable maint work
Discuss the importance of the electro-static discharge program
Provides protected areas for material, equiptment and procdedures required to control and minimize electrostatic discharge
NALCOMIS
Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System
What functional requirements of the NAMP are satisfied by thte o levels nalcomis
Improve mission capability, improve A/C maint and supply support, improve upline reporting to satisfy DOD requirements, modernize management support
What functional requirements of the NAMP are satisfied by intermediate level Nalcomis
Manage maint and safety functions and prcesses by allowing system users to enter, collect, process, store, review and report information required
What are the subsystems of Nalcomis?
Maintenance
Flight
Logs/Records
Personnel
Assets
Data Analysis
Reports
AD Hoc Query
Describe the purpose of the subsystem of nalcomis:
Maintenance
Collects and processes Maint related data
Describe the purpose of the subsystem of nalcomis:
Flight
Collects and processes flight related data
Describe the purpose of the subsystem of nalcomis:
Logs/records
establishes and maintains configuration profiles for engine and A/C
Describe the purpose of the subsystem of nalcomis:
Personnel
Future use, monitor quals
Describe the purpose of the subsystem of nalcomis:
Assets
Process inventory and inpection criteria for SE and aviation life support
Describe the purpose of the subsystem of nalcomis:
Data Analysis
Approves or disapproves MAFs, NAVFLIRS, for upline submission
Describe the purpose of the subsystem of nalcomis:
Reports
Selects and produces various reports
Describe the purpose of the subsystem of nalcomis:
Ad Hoc Query
User- Specific reports
Describe the purpose of I level subsystems:
Maintenance Activity
Document maint actions, order parts, maintain individual component repair list data, request inquireies.
Describe the purpose of I level subsystems:
Configuration status accounting
A/C engines, SE and TD's
Describe the purpose of I level subsystems:
Personnel Management
Info on assigned military and civilian personnel
Describe the purpose of I level subsystems:
Asset Management
Functions required to maintain inventory and utilization data for SE and IMRL items
Describe the purpose of I level subsystems:
Material requirement processing
Covers parts generated by O and I level
Describe the purpose of I level subsystems:
System support
Onscreen messages that are waiting action
Describe the purpose of I level subsystems:
Data off-load/on-load
Generate files, reports, documents
Describe the purpose of I level subsystems:
Technical publications
Acutomated technical library tracking system
Explain the purpose of a maintenance action form as applied to NALCOMIS documentation
documents maint. actions preventative maintenance, removal and installation, processing of a repairable component
Explain the work unit code block on a MAF
Identifies system or subsystem
Explain the Job control Number on a MAF
9,10,1 character code for MDR
Explain the MCN (Maintenance action form control number)
7 Character, MDR
Explain the Discrepancy block on a MAF
Narrative description of discrepancy
Explain the Corrective action block on a MAF
Narative description of corrective ation taken
Explain the When discovered code on a MAF
Single character indicating when discovered
Explain the type equiptment code on a MAF
Type of equiptment worked on
Explain the Type maint code on a MAF
Typue of work being performed
What is a special Maintenance Qualification
Levels of security, determines which screen an individual has access to.
State the functions and responsibilities of material control
Provide material support to their command
Discuss the following Operating target (OPTAR) funding and give expamples of items procured with each
Flight Operations Fund (OFC-01)
Aviation Fleet Maintenance (AFM) fund
OFC-01 - fuel, flight clothing, office supplies, ect.
AFM - Paints, cleaners, fuel used and I level (OFC-50)
State the procedures for accomplishing ordering parts and material.
Forward to maint from w/c, then to material control.
State the procedures or accomplishing receipt and delivery of parts and material
Inspect, sign, date, time, etc.
State the procedures for accomplishing turn in of defective components
Wrap in bubble wrap, turn in
Define the acronym MILSTRIP and state its purpose
Military standard requisitining and issue procedure- govern requisition and issue of material within standard priorities
Define and explain ICRL
Individual component repair list
Define and explain CRIPL
Consolidated remain in place list
Define and explain NMCS
Non mission capable supply
Define and explain PMCS
Partial mission capable Supply
Define and explain NSN
National Stock Number
Define and explain NIIN
National item identification Number
Define and explain AVDLR
Avaition depot level repair
Define and explain AWP
Awaiting parts
Define and explain IMRL
Individual material readiness list
Define and explain AIR
aircraft inventory records
Define and explain EXREP
Expeditious repair
Explain the importance of the aeronautical allowance list in relation to mission sustainability
list of equpitment and material to keep activities in a material ready condition
Explain the importance of the aeronautical allowance lists in relation to mission sustainability
list of equiptment and material to keep activities in a material ready condition
State the purpose of the Financial liability investigation of property loss form
DD form 200, report for lost,damaged, destroyed equiptment
What is a flight packet used for
Contains instructions to assist pilots of a/c involved in extended flight
Explain the purpose of source maintenance, and recoverability codes
SM&R- Used to communicate maint and supply instructions to various logistic support levels
Define the term HM
Hazmat is any material that may pose a substaintial hazard to human or environmental health
Define the term HW
Hazardous waste is any discarded material which meets the definition HM
Discuss HM storage and inspection requirements
Inspected weekly, and quaterly, inspect for tightness of closure, corrosion, leakage, improper labeling and expired shelf life
State the purpose and information contained on the material safety data sheet
Composition, chemical and physical characteristics, health and safety hazards, safe handling and use
What are the 6 categories of HM
Flammable or combustible, toxic, corrosive materials, oxidizing, aerosol, compressed gas
Explain the general procedures to be followed when a HM/HW spill is discovered
Discovery, notification, initiate action, evaluation, containment damage control, dispersion, clean up, disposal, certification, follow up reports
State the personal protection equiptment required when handling HM/HW
Eye protection, respirator devices, gloves
Discuss teh disposal limitations for adhesives
dispose of onshore
Discuss teh disposal limitations for Grease
Thrown overboard 50 miles out, onshore 50 miles in
Discuss teh disposal limitations for Hydraulic Fluid
Dispose of shore
Discuss teh disposal limitations for Fuels
Dispose on shore
Discuss the disposal limitations for waste oils
dispose on shore
Discuss teh disposal limitations for Paint/paint thinners
dispose on shore
Describe required training for all hands with respect to HM/HW prgram
Types of HM in shope, what HM and how they are disposed of, read and interpret labels, MSDS, protective measures, emergency procedures
Describe the purpose of secondary labeling of HM when removed from the original container
ensure they are marked correctly... msds and stuff
Discuss the purpose of the HM authorized use list (AUL)
List for workcenters for which HM they can use