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102:FIRST AID FUNDAMENTALS
What's the purpose of first aid?
Save life, Prevent further injury, Prevent infection
102:FIRST AID FUNDAMENTALS
What are the 4 methods of controlling bleeding?
1.Direct Pressure
2.Elevation
3.Pressure points(22#11/11)
4.Tourniquet(last resort)
102:FIRST AID FUNDAMENTALS
What's Shock? Symptoms?
A disruption of the circulatory system.
Vacant lackluster eyes,cold pale skin, weak/absent pulse.
102:FIRST AID FUNDAMENTALS
What's the treatment of shock?
Lay victim down with feet elev. 6-12in, cover to maint. body heat reassure and calm victim.
102:FIRST AID FUNDAMENTALS
What are the 3 classifications of burns
1st-mild pain redness
2nd-severe pain, blistered
3rd-destroyed tissue-nerves
102:FIRST AID FUND.
What's Heat Exhaustion?
A serious disturbance of blood flow to the brain. skin is cool, moist, clammy.
102:FIRST AID FUND.
What's the treatment for Heat Exhaustion?
Move victim to cool a/c area,
loosen clothing, if conc. 1tsp salt in 1lt cool water, transport to medical fac.
102:FIRST AID FUND.
What's a Heat Stroke?
Condition caused by breakdown of body's sweat mech. Hot/dry skin, uneven pupil dialation
102:FIRST AID FUND.
What's the treatment for Heat Stoke
douse body w/ cold water, place in a/c, cold packs
102:FIRST AID FUND.
What's the difference between open and closed fracures?
Open-broken bone through
tissue or skin.
Closed-Internal Fracture.
102:FIRST AID FUND.
How do you rescue an elecrical shock vicim?
Don't touch victim's body or wires, turn off current, use non-conducter to remove wires.(wooden broomstick)
102:FIRST AID FUND.
How do you treat an electric shock victim?
If not breathing art. vent.
If no pulse CPR immed.
Get to medical fac.
102:FIRST AID FUND.
How do you clear an obstruced airway?
Stand behind victim, wrap arms around waist, place fist above naval, below rib cage/ 4 qck. upwrd thrusts.
102:FIRST AID FUND.
What's Hypothermia?
A general cooling of the body
from low temp./may be unconc. or taken for dead.
bring body to norm. temp.
102:FIRST AID FUND.
Superficial Frostbite?
Ice crystals forming in the upper skin layers after exp. to temps 32* or lower
102:FIRST AID FUND.
Deep Frostbite?
Ice crystals form in deeper tissues from temp. 32* & lwr.
Get vicim indoors, place in hot wtr./ DON'T RUB FRSBT.
103:SAFETY FUND.
What's the purpose of the naval aviation safety program?
Preserve human and material resources.
103:SAFETY FUND.
Functions of the Safety Council/Enl. Safety Committee
Set goals, manage assets, review safety recom./ Meet once a month to discuss safety issues.
103:SAFETY FUND.
Define a Class A mishap
$1,000,000+ damages, fatality or perm. total disability
103:SAFETY FUND.
Define a Class B mishap
$200,000>$1,000,000 damages
perm. partial disability; or 3+ personnel are inpatient hospitalized
103:SAFETY FUND.
Define a Class C mishap?
$10,000>$200,000 damages
Non-fatal injury resulting in loss of work 5 or more days beyond event of injury.
103:SAFETY FUND.
Define a Class D mishap?
>$10,000 damages o
Non fatal injury not meeting criteria for class C mishap.
103:SAFETY FUND.
What's the purpose of the Aviation Gas Free Engineering Program?(AVGE)
Ensure a safe environment is maint. when working on aeronautical equip. fuel sys.
103:SAFETY FUND.
What are hazards of Radio Frequency(RF) energy?
Premature detonation of Ord./
electric shock, burns.
103:SAFETY FUND.
What's the purpose of a Safety Stand down?
Devote time to safety training, awareness and enhance command safety climate/Bi-annualy
103:SAFETY FUND.
What are the 5 steps in the decision making process of ORM
Identify hazards
Assess hazards
Make risk decisions
Impliment controls
Supervise
104:COC FUND.
What's the definition of a unified command?
A command composed of elements of two or more services/ under a single commander(STRATCOM/Eucom/Southcom)
104:COC FUND.
Specified Command?
broad cont. mission, composed of only 1 service
(NORAD/AMC)
104:COC FUND.
1.Who's the SECNAV?
2.Who's the CNO?
3.Who's the Fleet CINC
1.Gordon R. England
2.ADM. Vern Clark
3.ADM. Natar
104:COC FUND.
1.Who's the Functional wing commander
2.Who's the Type Sqd. Cmdr.
1.CAPT. Ensure
2.CDR RADINSKI
104:COC FUND.
Who's the MCPON?
MCPON Terry D. Scott
Navy's senior enlisted advisor to CNO.
104:COC FUND.
What's a Fleet Master Chief?
How many are there?
senior enl. adv. to Fleet commanders in chief.
6 Fleet master chief's
(Material Cmd...)
104:COC FUND.
What's a Force Master Chief?
How many are there?
Senior enlisted adv. to Various force grp. cdrs.
22 force master chiefs.
104:COC FUND.
Command Master Chief(CMC)?
commands w/250+Personell/ principle adv. to CO on all enlisted matters
105:HERITAGE/DOCTRINE
State the 6 areas of naval doctrine?
Warfare/Intelegence/Planning
Logistics/Organization/
Command and Control
105:HERITAGE/DOCRINE
Reconnaissance/surveillance?
Search/intercept/Recording and analysis of radiated elctromag. energy.
105:HERITAGE/DOCRINE
Antisubmarine?
Used to locate and destroy submarines.
105:HERITAGE/DOCRINE
Amphibious Assault?
Taking of an area of land where land and sea meet. using troops and equip.
105:HERITAGE/DOCRINE
Logistics Support?
Moving of troops, personnel, cargo or equip. where needed by military.
105:HERITAGE/DOCRINE
Search and Rescue?
Rescue of downed,stranded, disabled milper. either by land or sea.
105:HERITAGE/DOCRINE
Mine Warfare?
The use of ships, subs, a/c, subs, and helos to locate and destroy enemy mines.
105:HERITAGE/DOCRINE
What led to the formation of the USN? When?
"Taxation w/out Representation"
13 october 1775
105:HERITAGE/DOCRINE
Why is Navy/Marine team instrumental to support national policies?
Readiness, Flexibility, self sustainability, and mobility.
105:HERITAGE/DOCRINE
What are the three levels of war?
Tactical
Operational
Strategical
105:HERITAGE/DOCTRINE
Why do naval Intel Ops, support p-time d-making?
Preparation, Identify vulnerabilities and enhances combat effectiveness
105:HERITAGE/DOCTRINE
What's the importance of planning to naval operations?
Increased "war time" Readiness
105:HERITAGE/DOCTRINE
What's the importance of Coral Sea?
7-8May1942- worlds first carrier vs. carrier battle.
105:HERITAGE/DOCTRINE
What's the importance of Midway?
3-6June1942- Turning point of the Pacific war.
105:HERITAGE/DOCTRINE
What's the importance of Guadalcanal?
13-15Nov1942-5 Sullivan brothers, reinst. of family member seperations.
105:HERITAGE/DOCTRINE
When was the Birthday of naval aviation?
8 May 1911-
A-1 Triad navy's 1st plane
105:HERITAGE/DOCTRINE
What was the name of the 1st Carrier?
20 March 1922
USS Langley
CO-Essex Hopkins
105:HERITAGE/DOCTRINE
What was the 1st jet powered naval aircraft?
FJ-1 Fury
1st operational landings and takeoffs at sea USS Boxer.
105:HERITAGE/DOCTRINE
Who was the 1st naval aviator in space?
Alan Shepard
5 May 1961
106:RATING FUND.
1.AB
2.AC
3.AD
1.Aviation boatswain mate
2.Airtraffic controller
3.Av. Machinist's Mate
106:RATING FUND.
1.AE
2.AG
3.AK
1.Av. Electrician's Mate
2.Aerogrophers Mate
3.Av. Storekeeper
106:RATING FUND.
1.AM
2.AO
3.AS
1.Av. Structual Mech.
2.Av. Ordinanceman
3.Av. Supp. Equip. Tech.
106:RATING FUND.
1.AT
2.AW
3.AZ
1.Av. Electronics Mate
2.Av. War. Sys. Op.
3.Av. Maint. Administrationman
106:RATING FUND.
1.PR
2.PH
1.Aircrew Survival Equipmentman
2.Photographers mate
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's Inertia?
Object remain at rest or in motion unless acted upon by an outside force.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's Acceleration?
Rate of change of speed of matter with time.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's the def. of Speed?
The rate of movement in a given amount of time.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's the def. of Velocoty?
The speed in a given time and direction.
107:AVIATION FUND.
Newton's 1st law?
inertia/object at rest stays unless acted by outside force.
107:AVIATION FUND.
Newton's 2nd law?
force/object moving with uniform speed is acted upon by an outside force, the change in motion(acc.) will be directly proportional to the amount of force and inversely prop. to the mass of the object being moved.
107:AVIATION FUND.
Newton's 3rd law?
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
107:AVIATION FUND.
Wind warn/Small Craft?
33kts or less
107:AVIATION FUND.
Wind warn/Gale
34-37kts
107:AVIATION FUND.
Wind warn/Storm
48kts+
107:AVIATION FUND.
Cyclone warn/
Tropical Depression?
33kts or less
107:AVIATION FUND.
Tropical Storm?
34-63kts
107:AVIATION FUND.
Hurricane/Typhoon?
64kts+
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's a T-storm Warning?
Thunderstorms are within 3 miles of airfield.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's a severe T-storm Warning?
50kts+ winds and/or hail 3/4 in. or greater is forecasted to impact warn. area.
107:AVIATION FUND.
Tornado Warning?
Tornadoes have been sighted or detected by RADAR.
107:AVIATION FUND.
Define the term Lift?
The force that acts in an upward motion.
107:AVIATION FUND.
Define the term Weight?
The force of gravity acting downward on the a/c and everythin on it.
107:AVIATION FUND.
Define the term Drag?
The force that holds the a/c back. Resists motion.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's the longitudinal axis?
line from nose to tail/ROLL.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's the lateral axis?
line from wingtip to wingtip/
PITCH.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's the vertical axis?
line from top to bottom/YAW.
107:AVIATION FUND.
State the 3 primary movements of an a/c?
1.PITCH(lateral)
2.ROLL(longitudinal)
3.YAW(vertical)
107:AVIATION FUND.
Primary flight controls for fixed wing a/c?
aelerons, elevators, rudder.
107:AVIATION FUND.
Primary flight controls for Rotary wing?
Collective-up/down
Cyclic-direction
Foot pedals-tail rotor
107:AVIATION FUND.
Purpose of Flaps?
Extra lift for t/o, Reduce landing speed.
107:AVIATION FUND.
Purpose of Spoilers?
Used to decrease lift air and ground speeds.
107:AVIATION FUND.
Purpose of spd. Brakes?
Keep spd. down in dives, reduce spd prior to landing.
107:AVIATION FUND.
Purpose of Slats?
Improve low speed handling, for speeds below normal landing speeds.
107:AVIATION FUND.
Horizontal Stabilizer?
Lateral and Longitudinal stability.
107:AVIATION FUND.
Vertical Stabalizer?
Directional stability.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's the purpose of a Tail Rotor?
Counter act torque created by main rotor.
Control Yaw.
107:AVIATION FUND:
Define Angle of Attack?
Angle at wich a body meets the flow of air.
107:AVIATION FUND:
Explain Autorotation?
Helos land safely w/out using engine power using air flow to reduce descent.
107:AVIATION FUND:
What are the components of a basic Hydraulic system?
Selector valve,Tubing
Resorvoir,Actuating unit
Pumps
107:AVIATION FUND:
What are the components of the landing gear?
Shock strut ass., Tires, Wheel brk. ass., Retracting/ Extending mech., Side struts and supports.
107:AVIATION FUND:
What are the 5 basic sections of a jet engine?
Intake, Compressor, Combustion chamber, turbine, exhaust.
107:AVIATION FUND:
Describe turbojet?
Projects column of air to the rear at high vel.
107:AVIATION FUND:
Describe turboshaft?
Delivers power through a shaft to drive obj. other than props. HELOS.
107:AVIATION FUND:
Describe TuboProp?
Turbine stages drive Props.
P-3
107:AVIATION FUND:
Describe Turbofan?
Fan produces 50% of engines total thrust.
107:AVIATION FUND:
What's JP-4?
Nato code F-40
Low Flashpoint
Not used on ships.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's JP-5?
Nato code F-44
USN primary jet fuel
Flash Point 140*F
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's JP-8?
Nato Code F-34
Flash Point 100*
107:AVIATION FUND.
Describe the 3 hazards w/ jet fuel?
Explosion, Vapor inhalation, Toxic contact w skin/eyes or swallowing cause ill. or dth.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's the purpose of an APU?
Make the a/c independant of ground power units.
107:AVIATION FUND.
Why Non-Distructibe inspections?
No effect on parts, using visual, optical, liquid penetrant, ultrasonic...
107:AVIATION FUND.
How does icing affect a/c?
Ice reduces lift and incr. drag, weight, and stall spd.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's the purpose of a Pitot-static?
outside air meas. for Altimiter,Air Spd. Ind., Rate of climb Ind.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's the Airspeed indicator?
Displays speed of a/c in relation to air it's flying in.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's an Altimeter?
Height of a/c above sea level.
107:AVIATION FUND.
Attitude Indicator?
shows the relative position of the a/c compared to earths horizon.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's a Bomb?
Free-falling explosive, may be unguided or "smart"guided.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's a Rocket?
Propulsion section, unable to change direction once fired.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's a Missile?
Explosive, Propolsion, Guidance sections. Able to change direction after fired.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's a Torpedo?
self propelled underwater missiles. asw, surface ships.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's the purpose of a circuit breaker?
Protective device that opens a circuit when current exc. a set value.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What's the purpose of a fuse?
A protective device inserted inline w/ a circuit, metal melts when cur. exc. limit.
107:AVIATION FUND.
What is voltage?
The driving force behind current.(E)
107:AVIATION FUND.
What is Current?
The flow of electrons.(I)
107:AVIATION FUND.
What is Resistance?
The opposing force to the flow of electrons(R)
108:AIRFIELD FAM.
What are vehicle speed limits on the flightline and around a/c?
5mph-w/in 50ft of a/c
10mph beyond
108:AIRFIELD FAM.
Name the 4 categories of tiedown requirments?
(18)Heavy weather
(6)Intermediate
(12)Permanent
(4)Initial
108:AIRFIELD FAM.
What are Threshold markings?
200ft wide have 10 stripes
12ft wide by 50ft long.
108:AIRFIELD FAM.
What's an Airfield rotating Beacon?
used to identify in darkness,
and non vfr. spins clockwise
12-15 flash/min.
108:AIRFIELD FAM.
What's a Tacan?
Tactical Air Nav System.
bearing and distance from tacac station.
109:A/C FUND.
1.HC(H-3)
2.HCS(HH-60)
3.HM(MH-53)
1.HELO COMBAT SUPPORT
2.HELO COMBAT SUP. SPEC. SQD.
3.HELO MINE COUNTERMEASURES
109:A/C FUND.
1.HS
2.HSL
3.HT
1.HELO ASW(SH-60)
2.HELO ASW LIGHT(SK-60B)
3.HELO TRAINING
109:A/C FUND.
1.VAQ
2.VAW
3.VC
1.TACT. ELEC. WARFR.(EA-6B)
2.CARRIER EARLY WARN.(E-2C)
3.FLEET COMPOSITE
109:A/C FUND.
1.VF
2.VFA
3.VMFA
1.FIGHER(F-14)
2.STRIKE FIGHTER(F/A-18)
3.MARINE FIGHER ATTACK(AV-8)
109:A/C FUND.
1.VP
2.VQ
3.VR
1.PATROL(P-3)
2.FLEET AIR RECON.(E-6)
3.LOGISTICS SUPPORT(C-9)
109:A/C FUND.
1.VRC
2.VS
3.VT
1.CARRIER LOG. SUPP.(C-2)
2.CARRIER ASW(S-3)
3.TRAINING FIXED WING