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State the instruction that governs safety and mishap reporting?
OPNAVINST 5102.1D Navy and Marine-core mishap and safety, investigation and reporting.
What is the acronym RAC and what does it mean? What are the 5 RAAC's?
Risk Assessment Codes - Combines severity with probability to determine risk.
1.) Critical
2.) Serious
3.) Moderate
4.) Minor
5.) Negligible
3 objectives of first aid?
1.) Save Life
2.) Prevent further injury
3.) Prevent Infection
How many pressure points are there in the human body?
11
Facial Artery - Jaw
Superficial Temporal Artery -
Subclavian Artery - Collar bone
Common Carotid Artery- Neck
Brachial Artery - Inner upper arm
Inner elbow
What are the potential risk for storing improperly labeled and stored HAZMAT?
The material because of it's concentration or physical or chemical characteristics may pose a hazard to human health and could be accidentally spilled or release a toxic gas.
What is the goal of the Navy's Hearing conservation program?
HCP - to prevent occupational hearing loss and ensure auditory fitness for all naval personnel
What are the 3 methods for controlling bleeding?
Direct Pressure
Elevation
Pressure points
Tourniquet
What does the acronym PIR stand for?
Priority Intelligence Requirements - Critical to accomplish the mission, they are related to the command's course of action.
What does CCIR stand for and what does it mean?
Commander's Critical information Requirements- intelligence that is crucial and requires the immediate attention of the commander.
What are two space launch facilities in the US?
JFK - Merritt Island, FL
LBJ - Houston, TX
What is space situational awareness?
The ability to know raw information on what is going on in space but also how is affects our use of space.
What is EOP?
Earth Orientation Parameters - Provide rotation as a fuction of time.
Astrometry, what is it?
Measurements and explanations of positions and movements of stars.
Who is CNO's N6?
VADM Card
What is the core mission of the NSA?
Protect U.S National security systems, and produce foreign signals intelligence information.
What is NRO and what does is stand for?
National Recon Office - develops and operates unique and innovative space recon systems and conducts intel-related activites essential for US national security.
What are the 7 principles of Naval logistics?
Responsiveness-
Simplicity-
Flexibility-
Economy-
Attainability-
Sustainability-
Survivability-
What are the qualities that characterize the Navy/Marine core team as instrments to support national policies?
A Flexible Force
A Ready Force
A Self-sustaining Force
A Mobile Force
Mercury 3 Mission?
on May 5, 1961 Alan Shepard flew a spacecraft into space and showed the ability to manual control under weightlessness.
When are E9 Evals due?
April
When are E7 Evals due?
September
Who is COMTENTHFLT?
VADM Michael Rogers
COR Conditions...
Winds of 50 Knots sustained or gusts 60 knots or greater possible within
TCCOR 1: 12 hours
TCCOR 2: 24 hours
TCCOR 3: 48 hours
TCCOR 4: 72 hours
The US Navy's Birthdate?
October 13, 1775
What is an AMD?
Activity Manpower Document - Shows manpower requirements
Who was the first command in chief of the Navy?
Commodore Esek Hopkins
What are the 6 programs that comprise brilliant on the basics?
CDB's
Sponsorship
Mentorship
Sailor Recognition
Command Indoc
Command ombudsmen support
What are the Numbered fleets and AOR's?
2nd Fleet-Atlantic Ocean
3rd Feet-Pacific Ocean
4th Fleet-South America and Caribbean Sea
5th Fleet-Red Sea and Persian gulf
6th Fleet-Med Sea
7th Fleet- East Asia Pacific
What was the significance of the Battle of Midway?
Turning point of WWII June 4th-6th 1942
What are the six areas that comprise Naval Doctrine?
Naval Warfare
Naval Intelligence
Naval Operations
Naval Logistics
Naval Planning
Naval Command and Control
Where is the US CENTCOM headquaters and what is their mission?
Manama, Bahrain
Promote Cooperation among nations, respond to crisis, and deter state and non state aggression.
Where is US Strategic Command Headquaters located at?
Offutt, Nebraska - To deter attacks on US Vital interests
What is the first Navy ship named after an enlisted man?
First American killed in WWI
GM1 Osmond Ingram
What was the significance of the Hainan Island incident as it relates to information dominance?
On April 1, 2001 a mid-air collision between a US P-3 and China J-8 interceptor fighter. US members were released on April 11th.
What happened with the USS Liberty event?
On June 8, 1967 she was sent to collect intel and was struck by an Israeli aircraft
What is the history of Naval Network Warfare Command?
NNWC in 2002 was formed of some 23 organizations.
What are the 3 levels of war?
Tactical
Operational
Strategic
When are E4 Evals due?
June
When are E2 Evals due?
July
What was the Voyage of the Great White Fleet?
President Roosevelt sent them around the world from Dec 16, 1907-Feb 22,1909. 16 new battleships of the Atlantic fleet. Covered 43,000 miles and hit 20 ports on 6 continents.
What is the National Security act of 1947?
The War department and Navy department merged into a single DOD under the secretary of defense, who also directed the newly created Air Force.
What is STS-1?
From April 12-14, 1981 Young and Crippen made the first orbital test flight of space shuttle. All US Navy crew tested opening and closing the cargo doors and basic systems. Completed 37 orbits
What are the 4 different types of CASREPS?
Initial
Update
Correct
Cancel
Who was LT Thoedorus mason?
In June 1882 was the first Chief Intelligence Officer
What is ARPANET and when was it developed?
1968- DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) BBN (Bolt, Berancek, & Newman) Create together ARPANET
What does EDVR stand for and what is section 11?
Enlisted Distribution and verification Report. Section 11-Security/data validation
What is CCRI?
Command Cyber Readiness Inspection. Detailed, comprehensive command inspection that focuses on Security.
What was the name of the first computer and where was it located?
ENIAC- was designed to calculate artillary firing tables. AKA "Giant Brain"
What are the duties of the OPSEC officer?
Apply OPSEC methodology to their organization.
Identify sources of information.
Conduct annual OPSEC analysis.
Write, Implement, and manage OPSEC
What is section 1 & 2 of the EDVR?
Section 1 - Personel Gains
Section 2 - Personel Losses
Where is the US Pacific Command Located?
Oahu, Hawaii
Who is Navy Cyber Forces?
RADM Herbert
When was the Office of Naval Intelligence established?
March 23, 1882
Who is NNWC?
CAPT John Chandler
Who is NCTAMS PAC?
CAPT McMichael
Who is John Walker?
A spy. He spyed from the 60-80's
What are 3 classes of Naval vessels exsited in the inception of the Navy?
Ships of the Line-
Frigates-
Sloops of the War-
What are 3 types of SITREPS?
OPREP-3 Navy unit SITREP
OPREP-3 Navy Blue
OPREP-3 Pinnacle
What are the 4 NOC's and where are they located?
UARNOC- NCTAMS LANT, Norfolf, VA
PRNOC-NCTAMS PAC, Wahiawa, HI
ECRNOC-NCTS NAPLES
IORNOC-NCTS BAHRAIN
What are the 3 items that must be met in order to receive IP services from FLTNOC'S?
1.) Valid IATO or ATO obtained from NETWARCOM with a DAA designated approving authority.
2.) Submit an IP service request message
3.) SAA - Satellite Access Authorization
Define and state the purpose of NOC 2 NOC?
Connectivity and Capablilites of the high speed global ring as a transport.
What is the name of the instruction that governs all computer network incident responses?
OPNAVINST 2201.2 Navy and Marine-Core Computer Network Incident Responce instruction
What does CAS stand for and what is it used for?
Collaboration at sea - used for centralized, web based, information exchange system used by all 12 battle groups and amphib readiness groups.
What does JCA stand for and what is its purpose?
Joint Service Imagery Processing Systems Concentrator Architecture- Delivers imagery
What are the 4 componets of the JCA?
Imagery Sources
Concentrators
sites
Communications
What does GNOC stand for?
Global Network Operation Center. Directs the operations and security of the Navy's GIG.
What does CANES mean and what is its purpose?
Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services- Streamline and update shipboard networks to improve interoperability accross the fleet.
What is a SQL injection?
Code injected technique that exploits a security vulnerability occuring in the database layer of an application.
What is privilage Escalation?
Act of exploiting a bug or a design flaw in a software application to gain access to resources which normally would have been protected from an application or user.
What does OSI stand for?
Open Systems Interconnected
What is layer three of the OSI model?
Network
What is an example of a device that operates in Layer three?
Router
What are two common protocols used in the transport Layer?
TCP and UDP
What does WRA stand for?
Web Risk Assessment
What does IEEE stand for and what is it's purpose?
Institute of Electrical and Eletronics Engineers - an organization that is active in defining standards
What is the purpose of a DNS server?
Translates Internet domains and host names to IP addresses.
What are 2 common transport mediums found within NIPR and SIPR?
UTP- unshilded twisted pair and Fiber Optics
What is the maximum distance of UTP mediums?
100 Meters (328 Feet)
What is a brute force attack?
A strategy used to break the encryption of data.
What is a dictionary attack?
Technique used for defeating a cipher or authentication mechanism by trying to determine its decryption key or passphrase.
What are 3 network Topologies?
Bus - Star - Ring - Mesh - Line
What is a GAN Topology?
Network used for supporting mobile comms.
What is the purpose of a VLAN?
Virtual Local area network - Common set of requirements that communicate as if they are attached to the same broadcast domain.
What is the difference between IPv4 and IPv6?
IPv4 uses 32-bits while IPv6 uses 128-bits, thus giving you a large amount of unique IP addresses.
Why was IPv6 created?
IPv4 was depleted of unique IP's.
Who is the controlling authority of IP assignments within the US Navy?
Naval Network Information Center NNIC
What CIB provides guidence when requesting IP services?
CIB-3A
Who is the controlling authority of Firewall policies within the Navy?
NETWARCOM
What is the port number for SMTP?
Port 25
What is the port number for HTTPS?
Port 443
Name 3 regional multi-channel broadcast and their perspective fleet?
PMUL-PAC AOR (3rd & 7th)
IMUL-Indian Ocean (5th)
LMUL-AtlanticMed (2nd, 4th, 6th)
How many channels are on each multi-channel broadcast?
Each consists of 16 channels (15 data and 1 sync)
What is the primary purpose of MCS (message conversion system)
Provides PLA-to-Routing Indicator (RI)
How is fleet broadcast linked?
Uplink via EHF and Downlink via UHF.
State 1 of 3 INMARSAT earth Stations?
Burum, New England
Lauren Tides, California
Auckland, New Zealand
What is HSGR and give 2 devices that part of HSGR?
High Speed Global Ring
1.) TNX-1100
2.) PSAX edge device
What is a TNX-1100?
High Capacity, high speed, multiservice aggregation and transport devices.
How many TNX-1100's make up the HSGR and where are they located?
5 and they are located at NCTAMS PAC, NCTAMS LANT, NCTS Bahrain, NCTS San Diego, and NCTS Naples.
Explain what modulation and demodulation is?
Modem would be an example -
Conveys a digital signal from analog to digital and vice versa.
What is the data rate for
OC-3 ?
155.52Mbps
What is the data rate for T-1?
1.544Mbps
What is the data rate for OC-768?
39.813Gbps
What is EHF TIP?
An ethernet connection between a ship's ADNS router and the EHF MDR terminal. Links ships to ships or ships to shore for IP services.
What is Azimuth and Elevation?
Azimuth-horizontal angle from a north base line.
Elevation- angular height of the sun measured from the horizon.
How is fleet broadcast linked?
Uplink via EHF and Downlink via UHF.
State 1 of 3 INMARSAT earth Stations?
Burum, New England
Lauren Tides, California
Auckland, New Zealand
What is HSGR and give 2 devices that part of HSGR?
High Speed Global Ring
1.) TNX-1100
2.) PSAX edge device
What is a TNX-1100?
High Capacity, high speed, multiservice aggregation and transport devices.
How many TNX-1100's make up the HSGR and where are they located?
5 and they are located at NCTAMS PAC, NCTAMS LANT, NCTS Bahrain, NCTS San Diego, and NCTS Naples.
Explain what modulation and demodulation is?
Modem would be an example -
Conveys a digital signal from analog to digital and vice versa.
What is the data rate for
OC-3 ?
155.52Mbps
What is the data rate for T-1?
1.544Mbps
What is the data rate for OC-768?
39.813Gbps
What is EHF TIP?
An ethernet connection between a ship's ADNS router and the EHF MDR terminal. Links ships to ships or ships to shore for IP services.
What does ASI stand for?
Authorized Service Interruption
Must be started 21 days out and just lets the command know there will be an interruption in services
What is a mobile detachment?
Troops sent from parent command on a special communications service mission
What is the difference between USC Title 10 and 50?
10 deals with military punishment and articles of the UCMJ.
50 deals with war and national defense
What is USC-61 (DMR)
Digital Modular Radios - Passes secure voice over HF, VHF, UHF and SATCOM.
What is a AN/FCC-100?
Multiplexer
What is a spot beam?
Antenna used on Satellites which can be moved on command.
What is Earth Coverage?
Portion of coverage seen by the satellite (Foot Print)
What is a CRITIC?
Reporting system for intelligence to go to the highest authorites in 10 minutes or less
What are the 5 steps of OPSEC?
Identify Critical Information
Analyze the threat
Analyze the Vulnerabilites
Assess Risk
Apply OPSEC Measures
What is EEFI?
Essential Elements of Friendly information - Modified information realsed to the public
What is the Communications Assist Team? (CAT)
Group of technical experts that routinely perform on-site training
What is Communications Control Ship (CCS)?
Strike Groups and LHD/LPD.
What is Bioluminescence?
Production and emission of light by a living organism
What is MAM's?
Maintenance Assistance Modules (Troubleshooting aide)
What are two operation modes of DAMA?
AC - Automatic
DC - Distributed
What is the freq range of EHF?
30 Ghz - 300 Ghz
What is INMARSAT FOXTROT?
128 Kbps / data only
What is the freq range of SHF?
3 GHz - 30 GHz