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3 objectives of first aid
save lives
prevent further injury
limit infection
3 methods of controlling bleeding
direct pressure
pressure points
tourniquet
direct pressure
In almost every case, bleeding can be stopped by the application of pressure directly on the wound. 1st method used when trying to control hemorrhage.
pressure points
Bleeding from a cut artery or vein may often be controlled by applying pressure to the appropriate pressure point. A pressure point is a place where the main artery to the injured part lies near the skin surface and over a bone.
how many pressure points
11 per side (22 total)
temple
face
neck
shoulder/upper arm/elbow
wrist
groin
ankle
inner elbow/lower arm
upper thigh
knee/lower leg
Tourniquet
Is a constricting band that is used to cut off the supply of blood to an injured limb.
3 classifications of burns
1st, 2nd, & 3rd
1st degree burns
Are the mildest. Symptoms are slight pain, redness, tenderness, and increased temperature of the affected area.
2nd degree burns
are more serious. The inner skin may be damaged, resulting in blistering, severe pain, some dehydration, and possible shock.
3rd degree burns
are the worst of all. The skin is destroyed, and possibly also the tissue and muscle beneath it. The skin may be charred, or it may be white and lifeless (from scalds).
Safety Council [5]
-sets goals, manages assets and reviews safety related recommendations.
-reviews all policies, procedures, conditions and instructions to ensure accuracy
-meets quarterly
-made up of department heads
-chaired by the XO
Operational Risk Management
(ORM)
a formal, essential tool of operational planning. Sound decision making requires the use of this tool both in battle and in training.
steps of ORM (5)
Identify hazards
Assess hazards
Make risk decisions
Implement controls
Supervise
6 categories of HM
F lammable/Combustable material
A erosol material
T oxic material
C orrosive material
O xidizing material
C ompressed gases
HM Authorized User List
(AUL)
listing of all HAZMAT that the workcenter is authorized to check out from Supply.
Dipping SONAR
The SH-60F goes into a hover and deploys AN/ASQ-13F Sonar Transducer Dome using a hydraulic reeling machine. The sonar transducer operates in primarily two different modes: active and passive.
SONOBOUYS, types of
(1) Bathythermograph (BT) Buoy measures the temperature of the water. (2) DICASS Directional Command Activated Sonobouoy System - active directional buoy that can ping a target.
Combat Direction Center
(CDC)
responsible for the coordination of all matters pertaining to combat operations. 2 modules of CDC directly deal with ASW.
ASW module
first and foremost is reponsible to tactically direct assets (H-60F, S3B and P-3C) to protect the ship from any submarine threat. ASW Watch Officer reports directly to the CVN-TAO.
ZULU module
in coordination with or as part of the ASW module, the ZULU module is responsible to tactically direct all ships and aviation assets (SH-60F, SH-60B, S-3B, P-3C) in the BG to protect the BG from the submarine threat.
Rockets (6)
-2.75 "Mighty Mouse"
-air to ground
-fired in large numbers to produce a shotgun pattern
-5.0 "Zuni" rocket
-carried and launched in 4 rounds package
-has similar variety of configurations like the 2.75" rockets.
Decoy system
The Torpedo Countermeasures Transmitting Set AN/SLQ-25A, commonly referred to as Nixie.
Sparrow III Guided Missile
(AIM-7)
The AIM-7F missile is a supersonic air-to-air DTRM guided missile designed to be rail or ejection launched from an interceptor aircraft.
-semi-active missible
Sidewinder Guided Missile
(AIM 9 Series)
The AIM-9 Sidewinder is a heat-seeking, short range, air-to-air missile carried by fighter aircraft. The AIM-9 missile employs a passive guidance. Uses the heat energy radiated from the target to home in on and destroy it.
50 caliber mounts
-there are 10 .50 caliber mounts on Lincoln.
-numbered 50 to 59
-even number mounts are on the port side, odd on the starboard.
Angle of Attack
the angle at which a body, such as an airfoil or fuselage, meets a flow of air. Each aircraft has an angle of attack limit at which the wings will no longer produce life. If the pilot exceeds this limit, the aircraft will stall and will fall.
Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile
(AMRAAM)
The AIM-120 is a semi-active all weather missile that can be carried on the F-14 AND F/A-18 aircraft.
Close-In Weapons System
(CWIS) [description]
Phalanx automatically detects, tracks and engages anti-air warfare threats such as anti-ship missiles and aircraft.
Torpedoes
MK 46 or MK 50 Torpedoes designed to search for, detect, attack, and destroy submarines
Maverick Missile
(AGM-65E)
laser guided, rocket propelled, air-to-ground missile. SEMI ACTIVE.
components of a basic hydraulic system
PUMP to get hydraulic fluid through the tubing to the components
ACTUATING UNIT converts fluid pressure into useful work
RESERVOIR hold a supply of hydraulic fluid
TUBING or HOSES connect the selector valve to the components
SELECTOR VALVE direct the flow of fluid to selected components
CWIS [specs]
ammunition: depleted uranium or tungsten
sensors: self-contained search and track radar
controlled by: the remote control panel in CDC or the local control panel in each CIWS equipment room.
hot gun: 300 rounds in 5 mins.
range: detect about 4.5 miles, recommend fire about 2000 yards
gun type: M-61A1 Gatling
rate of fire: 3,000 rounds/min
HARM Missile
(AGM-88A)
High speed anti radiation missile. PASSIVE.
Harpoon
(AGM-84)
all weather anti ship attack weapon. ACTIVE guidance.
4 engine systems
Turbo-jet
Turbo-Shaft
Turbo-Prop
Turbo-Fan
Hazardous of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance
(HERO)
protects ordnance from being armed or set off by RF radiation by securing RF radiation sources (radars, communication transmitters)therefore minimizing the chances of RF arming or activating the weapons.
General Purpose Bombs
MK 82, MK 83, MK 84
BLU 111, 110, 109
weigh 500, 1000, and 2000 lbs
JDAMS
Joint Direct Attack Munition
3 hazards associated with jet fuel
Ingestion
Inhalation
Fire
Inertia
the tendency of a body at rest to remain at rest, and a body in motion to continue to move at a constant speed along a straight line, unless the body is acted upon in either case by an unbalanced force.
Circuit Breaker
an electromagnetic or thermal device inserted in a circuit that removes power when the current exceeds a predetermined amount. They are rated in AMPS. Circuit breakers can be reset.
Acceleration
any change in the velocity of a body, or the rate of such change with respect to speed or direction.
Fuse
a device inserted into a circuit that when current is exceeded would burn out, removing power. They are rated in AMPS. Fuses cannot be reset -- they must be replaced.
Velocity
speed in a particular direction.
full flight deck uniform
1 helmets on and buckled
2 hearing protection
3 goggles down over eyes
4 flight deck jersey on with sleeves rolled down
5 float coat
6 pants with pockets sewn shut
7 safety boots
Wind warning
small craft
gale
storm
float coat
salt water activated inflator switch
whistle
manual inflator
dye pack
strobe light
mobi
3 primary movements of aircraft about the axis
roll (longitudal)
pitch (lateral)
yaw (vertical)
Conflag Station
responsible for the safety of personnel and integrity fo the aircraft contained in the hangar bay. There are 3 stations, one in each HB located on the 02 level. They have control of: sprinkler system, 3MC speaker system, HB lights, Hangar Deck ballistic/deck edge elevator doors
Hangar Deck Ballistic/Deck Edge Doors
used to open and close the hangar deck openings through which aircraft are moved onto the deck-edge elevators. opened and closed in 28 seconds. The purpose of these doors is to close off a section of the hangar bay in the event of a fire or other shipboard casualty.
colored jerseys on the FD
YELLOW - flight deck officer and aircraft directors
BLUE - aircraft handling crew and chock men, tractor drivers
RED - crash and salvage crewmen, ordnance personnel
GREEN - arresting gear crews, catapult crews, GSE shooters, hook runner, maintenance personnel, & photographers
PURPLE - aviation fuel crews
BROWN - line LPOs, plane captains
WHITE - QA, LOX crews, medical, safety & training officer
Foul Line
red and white line painted on the flight deck to separate landing area from the rest of the deck.
Barricades
two types consist of three main all-nylon webbing assemblies, placed one on top of the other and bundled together to make up one barricade installation
types of barricades
STANDARD - webbing assembly consists of 5 separate webbing systems to make one main webbing assembly.
POLYURETHANCE SEMI COATED BARRICADE - uses three separate webbing systems to make one main webbing assembly.
Fresnel Lens Optical Landing System
(FLOLS)
provides the pilot with a visual indication of his/her position with respect to a prescribed glide slope.
controlled in PRI-FLY by the FLOLS operator
Aircraft Handling
the safe and expeditious movement of aircraft
Air Officer
responsible for visual control of all aircraft operating in the carrier control zone.
AIR BOSS
stations manned in Primary Flight Control (PRI-FLY) [7]
Air Officer/ Assistant Air Officer
Primary Fly Supervisor
ISIS Operator
sound-powered phone talkers
recovery equipment controller
FLOLS controller
SPN-44 operator
stations manned in flight deck control [11]
Aircraft Handling Officer/Flight Deck Officer
Air Boatswain/Assistant Flight Deck Officer
Aviation Fuels representative
sound-powered phone talkers
elevator and pump room operators
aircraft handling crews
flight deck crash/salvage personnel
hospital corpsmen
CAG maintenance representative
GSE troubleshooter
weapons personnel (as required)
Aircraft Handling Officer
exercises overall supervision of the handling of embarked aircraft and assists the Air Officer in teh conduct of flight operations.
[2] types of Operating Target (OPTAR) Funding
Flight Operations Fund (OFC-01)
Aviation Fleet Maintenance Fund (OFC-50)
Aviation Consolidated Allowance List (AVCAL)
aviation cal
Individual Component Repair Listing (ICRL)
A part number database that lists the repair capability of each work center in AIMD.
Consolidated Remain-in-Place List
a listing of all authorized remain-in-place repairables.
National Stock Number
(NSN)
13 digit number
Individual Material Readiness List
(IMRL)
a consolidated list of items and quantities of support equipment (SE) required by a maintenance activity.
Flight Packet
used to acquire items or services when aircraft is away fromparent command.
commands can put anything into the flight packet that they deem is important for the support of their pilots when they are away from home.
Supply Support Center
(SSC)
SSC is composed of 2 sections: Supply Response Section (SRS), Component Control Section (CCS).
Supply Reponse Section
(SRS)
divided into six units
SLU Stock Locator Unit
RCU Requisition Control Unit
MDU Material Delivery Unit
TRU Techinical Research Unit
PEB Pre-Expended Unit
PMU Program Management Unit
Component Control Section
(CCS)
divided into 4 units
RCA Local Repair Cycle Asset Storage Area
DCU Document Control Unit
SSU Supply Screening Unit
AWP Awaiting Parts Unit
Naval Aviation Maintenance Program
(NAMP)
five volumes of NAMP

I Concepts, Policies, Organizations, Maintenace Support Procedures and Organization/Intermediate Level Maintenance
II Depot Level Maintenance
III Maintenance Data System (MDS)
IV Date Processing Requirements
V Standard Operating Procedures
3 levels of aviation maintenance
ORGANIZATIONAL is performed by an operating unit on a day-to-day basis in support of its own operations.
INTERMEDIATE is a maintenance activity which services and repairs equipment which the O-level activities has turned in to supply for repair
DEPOT performed at naval aviation industrial establishments
Maintenance Officer
(MO)
The MO manages and is the head of the Maintenance Department.
Maintenance/Material Control Officer
(MMCO)
responsible for: management of the production efforts, management of the material control function, and the Tool Control Program.
Maintenance Control / Production Control
MAINTENANCE CONTROL is responsible for the day-to-day maintenance fo the aircraft assigned. They are mission oriented.
PRODUCTION CONTROL is responsible for workload control at the Intermediate Level of maintenance. Production Control is repair oriented.
Functional Check Flight
(FCF)
used to check equipment, which cannot be fully tested on the ground
Who can release aircraft safe for flight?
MO
MMCO
Material Control Officer
anyone designated in writing by the CO
Monthly Maintenance Plan (MMP)
provides scheduled control of the predictable maintenance workload
Maintenance Action Form (MAF)
a multi-purpose aircraft maintenance form
Job Control Number
(JCN)
a 9, 10, or 11 character number that serves as a base for maintenance
Special Maintenance Qualification
(SMQ)
an SMQ is assigned to each person to determine his or her level of access to the system.
BIFMA
smaller ships have the ability to have their equipment fiexed although they do not have the ability to fit it aboard their ship. The BIFMA Coordinator is normally the AIMD Officer of an appointee of that department. Currently the BIFMA coordinator is SKCS Hinahon.