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primary mission of CIC/CDC
provide organized collection, processing, display and dissemination of info and intel to C2 stations. Advice CO of tactical situation
secondary mission of CIC/CDC
control and assist specific ops like radar nav, man overboard, etc
CIC/CDC gathering
collection info from various resources
CIC/CDC processing
sort, inspect appraise and correlate info. throw out non essential info
CIC/CDC display
use of various plots based on gathered and processed info.
CIC/CDC evaluation
consideration of factors to arrive at sound decision
CIC/CDC dissemination
distribute info to control stations and need to knows
CIC/CDC control and assist
Secondary mission.
CIC may be asked to control ops like EMCON, off/def ops of aircraft, helo, small craft, vessels, weapons, EW control
CIC
COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER
TAO
TACTICAL ACTION OFFICER - in charge, reports to CO
CICWO
CIC Watch Officer- performs duties of SWO during normal peacetime steaming. Ensures all info passed to bridge
EWS
Electronic Warfare Supervisor - supervises collection and display of all EW info. Deal w/ MCON(mission control) controls MCON status.
AWC
air warfare coordinator- responsible for aircraft
SWC
surface warfare coordinator - surface targets, tells TAO what is out there
USWC
Undersea Warfare Coordinator- subsurface, gives TAO info
Air controllers
control and monitor aircraft movements.
CIC watch supervisor
performs duties of TAO during normal steaming ops. Ensures all info is passed to bridge. Collects data from AWC, EWS, etc. to pass to TAO, primary concern what is going on with ship
Shipping Officer(SO)
monitors shipping lanes and vessels.
1. OPORDER
operational order - formal directive. big picture of operation
2. OPLAN
operational plan - complete format of plan, tailored to OPORDER, covers everything like food, supplies, movement, etc. Medium sized picture.
3. OPTASK
operational task - tasking order. subset of OPLAN
Task force
subdivsion of a fleet. no set size
Task Group
battle group, ARG, UNREP groups
Task Unit
a small number of individual operational commands
Task Element
smallest unit of task force
battle force, battle group
forms part of task force
amphibious ready group (ARG)
marine contingent and support units. falls under commander task force (CTF)
CTF
Commander Task Force
CTF - 2
TF - 20
TG - 20.1
TU - 20.1.1
TE - 20.1.1.1
break down...
navigational or geographical plot in CIC
maintained in vicinity of land, feeds info to the TAO
TDS tactical data system
takes info from all ships, aircraft, subs and feed to battle force CDR to make decision on what to do next
purpose of Data links
compile all the data and feeds to one ship and compiles, then sent out to all ships in the battle group. DDG's or Cruisers are net controllers.
Identification Friend or Foe (IFF)
to identify friendly or enemy aircraft. coded signal sent out and returned to identify it. Operates on 4 modes. Wartime, military is mode 4. no response means enemy.
tactical air navigation (TACAN)
helps navigate helo and other aircraft. sends coded transmissions to let them know who you are. 300 mile radius usually in CIC
Gyro repeater
course indicator usually in CIC.
radar repeater
provides radar info or video for viewing
dead reckoning tracer (DRT)
A snapshot of where ship is at any time. used during man overboard. analyzes ship movement, geographical plotting device
Radiotelephones
one phone w/ multiple apps. comms btwn ships, different frequencies. The red phones at radio, CIC, bridge, QD
factors affecting radar ops
atmospheric conditions - can increase or decrease range
sea return - not good for close in navigation
weather - fog, snow, ice
height of target or antenna- higher means greater accuracy.
Pilot house
all tactical info reported to,
signal bridge
eyes of ship, maneuvering and comm assistance
radio central
support EW with comms, tactical info. communications for entire ship
weapons stations
usually in CIC. tracks info from EW lines of bearing and missile info
lookouts
look for FOD, torpedos through fog, AFT lookout always manned
FWD lookout not always
EMCON
emission control
purpose of emission control
controlling all electromagnetic, acoustic, and electro-optical emissions (radar, sonar, tacan, and nav lights)
4 EMCON conditions
EMCON A - silence
EMCON B - satellite vulnerability
EMCON C - silence unique emissions, something that can identify ship
EMCON D - essential emmissions only
Electronic support (ES)
passive listening, info on enemy, ANSLQ 32 is what we use
Electronic Attack (EA)
active engagement. jamming, deception, fake signals
Common EW systems
Mk 36 SRBOC (super rapid blooming off-board Chaff) not on comfort
AN/SSQ 82 display and monitors emissions for ships
**AN/SLQ 32 primary for anti-ship missile defense
AN/WLR 1 track and identify target support
Electronic protection (EP)
opposite of EA. Can not jam us, aka ECCM
MIO - Maritime interdiction ops
take computers, check them out, gather intel, find things about other ships, what they have, movement, etc
CV/CVN
multipurpose attack aircraft carrier. cvn= nuclear. carry, launch aircraft, now nimitz class not kittyhawk.
CG/CGN
guided missle cruiser, AEGIS - AAW. vertical launched missiles, mission to protect carriers. 30+knots. SPY1B
missle silos- 61fwd, 61aft
DD / DDG
DD - Destroyer - no more
DDG - guided missile destroyer AEGIS. - AAW. Arley Burke class.
smaller than cruisers, missle silos = 32fwd, 62aft. 30+knots. Can assume control like cruisers (AEGIS) Spy 1 Bravo
FFG
fast frigate - mainly antisub warfare. do have missles. thin hulled not designed to take a hit. mission to hunt and destroy subs. slower, single screw.
T-AO
oilers. carry navy fuel, gas and other petroleum products. deliver to ships at sea.
T-AE
Fast combat support ship. deliver ammo and general cargo to fleet.
AOE
ammunition and oiler ship - deliver fuel, ammo and missiles to fleet
T-AFS
fast combat stores ship - refrigerates stores, general cargo.
T-ATF
fleet ocean tug
ARS
Auxillary rescue and salvage ship salvage and diving ops.
LCC
amphibious command and communication ship. only one left is USS blue ridge LCC-19
LHA
Amphibious assault ship, general purpose. deploy marine battalion landing team. combines features of LPH, LPD, LKA, and LSD in one ship
LHD
Amphibious assault ship dock. has 600 bed hospital. same as LHA
LPH
amphibious assault ship. transport troops, supplies, equip. 1800 troops and equip for beach assault
LPD
amphibious transport dock ship- transport troops and equip
LSD
dock landing ship land troops and deliver waterborne landing craft.
LST
tank landing ship. tanks, artillery
MCS
mine countermeasures
MHC
mine hunter coastal
PC
patrol crat
ASR
sub rescue vessel
AR
general repair ship
AD
destroyer tenders
AS
sub tender
BB
battleship - no longer exsist
MSC RO/RO
roll on roll off carriers
MSC T-AH
hospital ships
MSC POL
petroleum, oils,
SSN
fast attack sub, nuclear
SSBN
fast attack ballistic submarine, nuclear.
F/A 18 HORNET
FIGHTER
F-14 TOMCAT
FIGHTER
EA-6B PROWLER
ALL WEATHER TACTICAL EW
S-3 VIKING
ANTI SUB
ES-3 SHADOW
EW ANTI SUB
E-2 HAWKEYE
EW - EARLY WARNING AND DIRECT INTERCEPTIONS
P-3 ORION
PATROL AND SUB HUNTER/KILLER
AV-8 HARRIER
LIGHT ATTACK AIRCRAFT VSTOL CAPABLE
C-2 COD
CARGO PERSONNEL TRANSPORT
CH-53 SUPER STALLION
HEAVY SUPPLIES, EQUIP, TRANSPORT PERSONNEL, EVACUATIONS. HELO
MH-53 SEA DRAGON
HELO
UH-46 SEA KNIGHT
TRANSPORT TROOPS AND CARGO. VERTREP.
HELO
SH-60 SEAHAWK
ASW. SEEK AND ENGAGE ENEMY SUBS
SH-2 SEA SPRITE
HELO
AH-1 SEA COBRA
HELO GUNSHIP. ESCORT AND PROTECT TROOP
UH-1 HUEY
OBSERVANCE AND RECONAISANCE
LCAC
LIGHT CRAFT AIR CUSHIONED - LANDING CRAFTE. SHIP TO SHORE OVER BEACH VEHICLE.
LCU
UTILITY LANDING CRAFT. LARGEST. TROOPS, EQUIP TRANSPORT
LCM
MEDIUM LANDING CRAFT
FLAG FOR REFUELING/AMMO HANDLING. TAKING IN DISCHARGING OR CARRYING DANGEROUS MATERIALS
BRAVO
FLAG FOR SOPA (SENIOR OFFICER PRESENT AFLOAT)
STARBOARD PENNANT (GREEN/WHITE)
FLAG FOR BREAKDOWN, ENGINE OR STEERING DIFFICULTY
FIVE FLAG (OR TWO BLACK BALLS)
FLAG FOR PERSONNEL BOAT RECALL, RETURN TO SHIP
PAPA
FLAG FOR BOAT RECALL, COXSWAIN RETURN TO SHIP
QUEBEC
FLAG FOR DIVERS, DIVER DOWN, KEEP WELL CLEAR AT SLOW SPEEDS
ALPHA
FLAG FOR PERSONNEL/MEN WORKING ALOFT
KILO (YELLOW-BLUE)
FLAG FOR HERO RESTRICTIONS
LIMA
FLAG FOR READY TO RECIEVE A SHIP ALONGSIDE
ROMEO AT SEA
INDIA IN PORT
FLAG FOR MAN OVERBOARD
OSCAR
FLAG FOR ANCHORING
1 BLACK BALL
ABSENTEE PENNANTS
SUBSTITUTE
FLAG FOR HELO OPS
HOTEL
FLAG FOR SHIP NOT MAINTAINING A VISUAL SIGNALING WATCH
NOVEMBER
FLAG FOR GUIDE SHIP, CONTROLLING SHIP DURING U/W MANEUVERS
GOLF
FORM TO PREPARE VISUAL MESSAGES FOR SEMAPHORE AND FLASHING
OPNAV FORM 2110-30
FLASH (Z)
HAND CARRIED LESS THAN 10 MIN
IMMEDIATE (O)
30 MIN, HIGH PRIORITY
PRIORITY (P)
3 HOURS
ROUTINE (R)
6 HOURS
BREADWINDOW
UNAUTHORIZED DISCLOSURE OCCURRED. RESPOND WITH ROGER OUT
GINGERBREAD
MAY BE A POSSIBLE INTRUDER ON RADIO NET
SHIP TO SHORE SHIP TO SHIP COMMS
VIA UHF SATELITTE OR HF RADIO CIRCUITS
HF (HIGH FREQUENCY)
LOWEST FREQ (3-30MHZ). MAX RANGE IS 1500 MILES USED FOR LONG RANGE VOICE AND TELETYPE COMMS
ROUTINE (R)
6 HOURS
BREADWINDOW
UNAUTHORIZED DISCLOSURE OCCURRED. RESPOND WITH ROGER OUT
GINGERBREAD
MAY BE A POSSIBLE INTRUDER ON RADIO NET
SHIP TO SHORE SHIP TO SHIP COMMS
VIA UHF SATELITTE OR HF RADIO CIRCUITS
HF (HIGH FREQUENCY)
LOWEST FREQ (3-30MHZ). MAX RANGE IS 1500 MILES USED FOR LONG RANGE VOICE AND TELETYPE COMMS
VHF (VERY HIGH FREQUENCY)
SHORTER RANGE- (30-300MHZ) MORE POWER NEEDED TO GO FURTHER. FOR AERONAUTICAL RADIO NAV AND COMMS, AMATEUR RADIO, RANGE IS ABOUT 20-30 MILES
UHF (ULTRA HIGH FREQUENCY)
SHORTER DISTANCE, DOES NOT BOUNCE, EASILY EFFECTED BY SUN. FOR SHORT RANGE COMMS
SHF (SUPER HIGH FREQUENCY)
3-30GHZ LARGER AMOUNT OF EQUIP REQUIRED
EHF (EXTREMELY HIGH FREQUENCY)
30-300GHZ NARROW FIELD VERY ACCURATE, FOR FIRE CONTROL SYSTEMS
COMSEC
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
CSM
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY MANUAL
3 CATEGORIES OF COMSEC
TOP SECRET - HIGHEST DEGREE OF PROTECTION
SECRET - LESS VITAL SECURITY
CONFIDENTIAL - CAN CAUSE IDENTIFIABLE DAMAGE