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What does ORM stand for
Operational Risk Management
What are the five steps to ORM?
Identify Hazards, Assess Hazards, Make Risk Decisions, Implement Controls, Supervise.
What are the principles of ORM?
Accept risk when the benefits outweigh the cost. Accept no unnecesary risk, Anticipate and Manage risk by planning, Make risk decisions at the right level.
Under step 4 (Implement Controls) What controls do we use
Engineering controls, Administrative Controls and PPE.
What is the funtion of a safety council
To identify, define and access issues, problems, and needs, and to recommend corrective measures.
Who is the President?
Barack Hussain Obama
Who is the Secretary of Defence?
Robert Michael Gates
Who is the Secretary of the Navy?
Honorable Mabus
Who is the Chief of Naval Operations?
ADM Gary Roughead
Who was the first MCPON
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Del Black
what year was the MCPON created?
1 March 1967
How long is the term of the MCPON?
4 years
What office is the MCPON assigned?
The MCPON is assigned to the immediate office of the CNO
Who is the current MCPON?
Rick D. West
How many people must a command have to be authorized a Command Master Chief?
250 or greater.
What is an OPLAN
An OPLAN is a detailed statement of a course of action to be followed to accomplish a future mission
What is an OPORD
OPORD puts an OPLAN into effect.
Who is charged with absolute responsibility for the safety and well being, and and efficientcy of the command
Commanding Officer
Who id the direct representative of the COmmanding Officer?
Executive Officer
What is the EDVR?
A monthly statement of the activities enlisted personnel account.
What is MTF?
Message Traffic Format.
What is DTG in reference to message trafic
Date Time Group
What two methods are Navy message traffic sorted by?
DTG and Jullian date
How many digits make up the DTG, and of what do they consist?
Six digits. The firts two digits represent the date, the second two digits represent the hour. the third two digits represent the minutes.
What is a LOGREQ, and when is it used?
A LOGREQ is sent prior to arrival of a commissioned ship at any U.S., British, or Canadian port, and will detail the requirements of the ship while in port.
What is a "SORTS" report
Status of Resources/Training System
What is the law of armed conflic?
The lawof armed conflic tells you what you can, and can not do in a combat situation.
according to the law of armed conflict, who are classified as Non-combatants?
Civilians, Medical Personel and Chaplains.
Who initiated the first sea based offensive manuver
General George Washington
Who were the first marines?
Soldiers detailed for sea service.
When was the "Revenue Marine Fleet" authorized?
1790
What year did Congress establish the Department of the Navy
1798
What do the three stars on the small boat pin represent?
The original three boat units from the Vietnam era
What year were the SeeBees
5 March 1942
what is the concept of ORM
Reduce risks to acceptable levels using a five step process
What is the first step of ORM
Identify the hazard
What is the second step of ORM
Assesing hazards
What is the third step of ORM
Making risk decisions at the right level
What is the fourth step of ORM
Implimenting controls
What is the fifth step of ORM?
Supervise the evolution
COI
Contact of interest
CTT
Command Training Team
ECP
Entry Control Point
EDG
Excersice Drill Guide
EKMS
Electronic Key Management System
EST
Embarked Security Team
FPCON
Force Protection Conditions
GPS
Global Positioning System
IALA
International Association of Lighthouse Authorities
LOAC
Laws of Armed Conflict
LOP
Line of Position
LOS
Line of Sight
MHE
Material Handling Equipment
MSD
Mobile Security Detachment
LOAC
Laws of Armed Conflict
LOP
Line of Position
LOS
Line of Sight
MHE
Material Handling Equipment
MSD
Mobile Security Detachment
MSEL
Master Sequesnce of Events
MSS
Mobile Security Squadron
NECC
Naval Expiditionary Combat Command
NTTP
Navy Tactics, Techniques and Procedures
OODA
Observe, Orient, Decide, Act
ORM
Operational Risk Management
SINCGARS
Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radios
TOA
Table of Allowances
UTM
Universal Transfer Mercator
The Operational Risk Managment (ORM) process
"Is a decision making tool used by personnel at all levels
to increase operational effectiveness by identifying, assessing,and managing risks. Minimizes risks to acceptable levels, commensurate with
mission accomplishment."
Explain the function of the safety councils and committees
Their purpose is to
identify, define and assess issues, problems and needs, and to recommend corrective
measures.
Discuss the purpose of a mishap investigation
Investigation of such mishaps to identify causes and preventive actions as
well as establishing accurate record keeping
Discuss the purpose of OPLAN, OPORDS and warning orders
An OPERATION PLAN (OPLAN) is a detailed
statement l of a course of action to be followed to
accomplish a future mission. An OPERATION ORDER
(OPORD) (See fig. 11-35.) puts an OPLAN into effect.
The OPORD is a formal statement issued by the senior
commander to subordinate commanders that outlines
the coordinated execution of a future operation in the
field.
What lead to the creation of the seabees
The name Seabees is derived from these first
construction units, or construction battalions (CBS) as
they were called. Officially, permission to use the name
“Seabee” was granted on 5 March 1942.
What is the birth date of the seabees
5 March 1942
What was John Waynes bulldozers name
Natashia
Coral Sea
First battle to be fought completly by air. Ships never saw one another
Battle of Midway
Turning point of the war in the pacific
Creation of EOD
There were two groups of U.S. combat swimmers
during World War II: Naval beach reconnaissance swimmers and U.S. operational
swimmers. Naval beach reconnaissance units did not normally use any breathing
devices, although several models existed
What is radar
term RADAR was coined in 1940 by the U.S. Navy as an acronym for radio detection and ranging
Discuss Riverine Operations
Riverine operations in full concept integrate and employ
various types of ships, craft, aircraft, weapons, and
Marine Corps and naval special warfare forces in a concerted
effort to achieve and/or maintain control of a
riverine, coastal, or delta areas. Riverine operations
will be conducted under the command of a single mobile
riverine force commander as joint or uni-service
operations designed to accomplish the objectives of a
riverine campaign.
Sailors Creed
I am a United States Sailor.
I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America and I will obey the orders of those appointed over me.
I represent the fighting spirit of the Navy and those who have gone before me to defend freedom and democracy around the world.
I proudly serve my country's Navy combat team with Honor, Courage and Commitment.
I am committed to excellence and the fair treatment of all.
Secretary of the Navy
the functioning and efficiency of the Department of the Navy;
Chief of Navel Operations
The Chief of Naval Operations, while so serving, has the grade of admiral. ln the peffofmancs of duties within the Ospartment of the Navy, the Chief of Naval Operations takes precedence above all other officers of the naval service, except an officer of the naval service who is
asrving as Chairman or Vies Chairman of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff. recruiting, organizing, supplying, equipping
(including those aspects of research and development assigned by the Secretary of the Navy), training, servicing, mobilizing, demobilizing, administering, and maintaining of the Navy, as will assist in the execution of any power, duty or function of the Secretary or the
MCPON
serves in an advisory capacity on various boards pertaining to enlisted members. testifies before congressional committees and subcommittees
DT-60 ranges
0-5 / 0-50 / 0-500
IM-143 range
0-200 mR
CP-95A
Reades the dosage on the DT-60
Commander in Chief
Barrack Obama
Secretary of defence
Honorable Gates
Sec of Navy
Hon Mabus
CNO
Admiral Roughhead
MCPON
West
US Force Fleet Command
Admiral Harvey
FLTCM
FLTCM Stevens
NECC
Rear Admiral Tillotson
NECC MasterChief
FORCMC Foresman
MESG 1
CDR Daniel
Joint Chiefs of Staff
Admiral Mullins
5th fleet
Vice Admiral Fox
5th fleet Master Chief
FORCM Fox
CTG56.5
CAPT Martinez
CTG 56.5 Master Chief
CMDCM Molidor
Centcom
General Mattis
Arcent
Lt. General Webster
ASGK
Col. Cheatom
Birthday of the Chief
April 1 1893
Seabee established
March 5th 1942 Adm Moreel
first MCPON
Delbert west
march 1 1976
3 catagories of 782 gear
fighting
biovac
protective
POW
search
silence
segregate
safeguard
speed to rear
tag
first commisioned officer
John Barry
Dec 7 1775
5 steps of intel cycle
PCCPPD
plan
collect
process
production
dissemination
SCPO, MCPO establithed
june 1 1958
M 9 range
50 meter effective
1800 max
M500
46 meter
604 meter
M4
500 meter
3600 meter
M240
1800 meter
3725 meter
M-2
effective 2000 yards
7400 max
first EXW pin
MA2 Carl Hurt
Pinned by Rear Admiral Donald
5 rac codes
catastrophic
serious
moderate
minor
negligible
4 orm principles
risk when beni outweighs cost
no unecc risk
reduce risk by planning
risk decisions at right level
7 justifications for deadly force
self defence, assets involving nat. defence, assets inherently dangerous to others, public safety, arrest, escape, serious offenses on others
6 frigates
United States
Chesepeak,
congress
constitution
constilation
president