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Discuss the concept of ORM
Decision making tool used to calculate risk
Explain the functions of the Safety Councils and Committees
Lead initiatives to reduce mishaps and the associated costs
Discuss the purpose of a mishap investigation and who is responsible
Find the cause of a mishap not accountability. Safety Officer
Explain the use of PPE
Last line of defense and least effective method of protecting personnel
Discuss the purpose of a safety stand down
A gathering for safety training
Discuss the ergonomics program
The planning, design and evaluation of work environments to enhance worker safety
Discuss the purpose of Operational Plans(OPLAN), Operational Orders (OPORD), and Warning Orders
OPLAN- Detailed statement of a course of action
OPORD- Puts OPLAN into effect
Warning Orders- Brief statement advising a patrol of a situation
State the purpose of th Enlisted Distribution Verification Report (EDVR)
Provides rate and NEC summary, manning status, security clearances. Used for discussions of manpower
Explain Naval Messages
Formal and secure can be tracked. Routine, Priority, Flash and Immediate
Explain a Page 2
Dependency and Record of Emergency data
Explain a Page 4
Education and qualifications
Explain a Page 13
Administrative remarks
Operation Report (OPREP)
Report to higher on equipment and manning issues
Logistical Requirements (LOGREQ)
By ships entering port to pass info and request services
Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS)
Principle report which includes general data to higher authorities
Situation Report (SITREP)
Reports situation, status of force, intel, logistics, comms, and personnel
Discuss the qualities that characterize the Navy team as an instrument to support national polices
Readiness, flexibility, self-sustainability, and mobilility
Discuss the significance of 5MAR42
Official permission to use the term SeaBee was given
Battle of Coral Sea
1942, first battle fought entirely by aircraft launched by carriers. Ships never seen each other
Invasion of Normandy
6JUN44, largest amphibious operation in history
Battle of Midway
4JUN42, turning point of Pacific War with Japan. USS Yorktown, Hornet, and Enterprise. Japan lost 4 carriers, US lost 1
Conditions that led to EOD
1940, volunteers of British Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) returned home to form Mine Recovery School. Graduates divided into Mobile Explosive Investigative Units (MEIU). Later renamed EOD
Discuss the purpose of Naval Coastal Warfare (NCW)
Expeditionary protection of port facilities, ships, and harbors
Discuss the purpose of Riverine
-Maintain control of waterways
-Deny waterways to hostile forces
-Destroy hostile forces
Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV)
Ray Mabus
Responsible for all affairs of the Navy
Chief of Naval Operations (CNO)
ADM Jonathan Greenert
Exercises command over the operating forces of the Navy
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON)
MCPON(SS/SW) Rick West
Primary enlisted adviser to the CNO
First MCPON
GMCM Delbert Black
13JAN67
State the missions of the Embarked Security Teams (EST)
They provide on-board security for ships
State the missions of Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)
To locate and dispose of unexploded ordnance
State the missions of First Naval Construction Division
They over see all of the Sea-Bees
State the mission of the Inshore Boat Units (IBU)
Provide security for HVAs. Work with NCWs and MIUWUs
State the mission of Mobile Inshore Undersea Warfare Units (MIUWU)
Provide surveillance and reconnaissance. Work with IBUs and PSUs
State the mission of the Mobile Security Detachments (MSD)
Use patrol boats to provide force protection and security of HVAs. Component of MSRONs
State the mission of Mobile Security Squadron (MSRON)
Trains, supports, and controls subordinate MSDs
State the mission of Naval Coastal Warfare (NCW)
Ensure the un-interrupted flow of cargo and units to the combatant commander
State the misson of Naval Coastal Warfare Squadron (NCWRON)
Train, support and control subordinate NCWs, IBUs, and MIUWUs
State the mission of Naval Expeditionary Logistics Group
Provide combat services through logistics operation
State the mission of Navy Expeditionary Combat Commands (NECC)
Over see and control of ATFP and expeditionary forces within the Navy
State the mission of Navy Mobile Diving and Salvage Units
Conduct harbor clearance operations, and diving and salvage services for surface ships
State the mission of Port Security Units (PSU)
USCG armed small craft units that support security operations in littoral regions
State the purpose of the C-5 Galaxy
Inter-theater airlift of cargo to main-theater bases. Prop driven and can land on dirt runways
State the purpose of the KC-10 Extender
Aerial refueling, can also provide cargo/personnel transport
State the purpose of the C-17 Globemaster III
Rapid delivery of troops and cargo to main operating bases or forward bases in deployment areas. Newest and most flexable
State the purpose of the C-130 Hercules
Inter-theater tactical airlift of cargo from main theater base to the front lines
State the purpose of the C-141 Starlift
Inter-theater airlift of cargo/troops form the US to major airfields within any theater
State the purpose of the KC-135 Stratotanker
Air-refueling, but can also serve as inter-theater airlift of troops and cargo
Discuss Maritime Prepositioning Forces (MPF)
Support our national maritime strategy of protecting key naval choke-points and sea lines of communications
Describe the purpose of shipper declaration of dangerous goods.
Review supplies and equipment planned for embarkment and identify those known to be hazmat
Discuss info found on a Time-Phased Force Deployment Data (TPFDD)
Portion of an OPLAN dealing with logistics, movement of forces and equipment required to execute the OPLAN
Discuss the Military Sealift Command (MSC)
Provide strategic, common-user sealift transportation service to deploy on a global basis
Three methods of comms. when oral comms. is not reliable
Arm and hand signal, whistle, and special signals
Factors that affects capabilities of radio comms.
Weather, terrain, antenna, power, location of radio, and man made objects
Nature of command and control
Exercise of authority and direction by a designated commander over attached forces to accomplish a mission
Purpose of command and control
Allows a commander to make effective decisions and direct the successful execution of the military operation
Process of command and control
OODA Loop
Observe
Orient
Decide
Act
Intelligence Cycle
Planning and direction
Collection
Processing
Production
Dissemination
Purpose of Naval Intelligence
Support the commander with tools to evaluate risk factors, plan and direct operations, and to evaluate their actions
Transmission ranges for PRC-119 and vehicular radio
LO(low power) 200-400m
M(medium power) 400m-5km
HI(high power) 5-10km
PA(power amplifier) 10-40km
COMSEC (communication security)
Safeguarding of communications information
TPI (two person integrity)
Security measure taken to prevent a single person access to COMSEC material and crypto.
EEFI (Essential Elements of Friendly Information)
Information which if revealed would degrade the security of military operations
BEADWINDOW
Used to alert circuit operators that an unauthorized disclosure has occured over a non-secure circuit
HF (High Frequency)
3MHz-30MHz
Over the horizon
VHF (Very High Frequency)
30MHz-300MHz
Line of sight
UHF (Ultra High Frequency)
300MHz-3GHz
Line of sight
Purpose of leach fields
Used for sewage treatment processes where common sewers are not available
782 gear fighting/load bearing
Make the job of carrying the equipment easier.
holster, ammo pouches, etc...
782 gear bivouac
Minimum necessities while living in the field.
sleeping bag, canteen, etc...
782 gear protective
Protect you from injury.
kevlar helmet, body armor, etc...
Hasty skirmisher's position
Shallow pit allowing a prone firing position for a rifleman
One man/two man fighting position
One/two man fighting hole with a sump to catch rainwater and another sump at a downward 30 degree angle to accept the largest known enemy gernade
KOCOA
Key terrain
Observation and fields of fire
Cover and Concealment
Obstacles
Avenues of approach
BAMCIS
Begin planning
Arrange for reconnaissance
Make reconnaissance
Complete the plan
Issue the order
Supervise
Five paragraph order
SMEAC
Situation
Mission
Execution
Administration and logistics
Command and signal
SALUTE report
Size
Activity
Location
Uniform
Time
Equipment
Describe the security patrol
Used to detect enemy movement towards position and destroy, delay, or confuse enemy attack
Describe the reconnaissance patrol
Sent out to gain information about the enemy or terrain
Twelve patrol planning and preparation steps
Study the mission
Plan use of time
Study terrain
Organize patrol
Select men, weapons, and equipment
Issue the warning order
Coordinate
Make reconnaissance
Complete detailed plans
Issue patrol order
Supervise
Execute the mission
Priorities of establishing a defense
SAFE
Security
Automatic weapons
Fields of fire
Emplacements
FDA
Forward defense area
Area where front-line defensive positions are dug
Security area
Area in front of FDA where security patrols roam
Reserve area
Area behind FDA that reserve force occupy
Discuss a fire plan
Formulated by the fire team leader to cover the sector assigned by the squad leader to provide heaviest possible volume of fire
Squad leader
Armed with a rifle, controls fire discipline, fire control and maneuvering
Grenadier
Armed with a M203, remains close to the squad leader
Fire team leader
Armed with a rifle, leads and controls fire team. Acts as assistant squad leader
Automatic rifleman
Armed with auto rifle, acts as assistant fire team leader
Rifleman
Armed with rifle, carries extra ammo for auto rifleman. Protects flanks and acts as scout
Code of Conduct
Article 1
I am an American, fighting in the forces which guard my country and our way of life. I am prepared to give my life in their defense.
Code of Conduct
Article 2
I will never surrender of my own free will. If in command, I will never surrender the members of my command while they still have the means to resist.
Code of Conduct
Article 3
If I am captured, I will resist by all means available. I will make every effort to escape and aid others to escape.
Code of Conduct
Article 4
If I become a prisoner of war, I will keep faith with my fellow prisoners. I will give no information or take part in any action which might be harmful to my comrades. If I am senior, I will take command, if not I will obey the lawful orders of those appointed over me and will back them up in every way.
Code of Conduct
Article 5
When questioned, should I become a prisoner of war, I am require to give my name , rank, service number and date of birth. I will evade answering further questions to the utmost of my ability. I will make no oral or written statements disloyal to my country and its allies or harmful to their cause.
Code of Conduct
Article 6
I will never forget that I am an American, fighting for freedom, responsible for my actions, and dedicated to the principles which made my country free. I will always trust in my God and in the United Sates of America.
Procedures for handling Enemy Prisoners of War (EPOW)
Search
Secure
Silence
Segregate
Safeguard
Speed
THREATCON Alpha
A general threat of possible terrorist activity
THREATCON Bravo
A more predictable threat of terrorist activity
THREATCON Charlie
An imminent threat of terrorist activity
THREATCON Delta
A terrorist attack has occurred or about to occur
SROE
Standing Rules Of Engagement
Tactical wire
Placed along front of defensive line, used to hamper enemy aggresion
Protective wire
Placed around fighting positions to prevent surprise attacks
Supplementary wire
Used to conceal exact line of the tactical wire
Barbed wire entanglements
Artificial obstacle used to slow troop movement
Triple standard concertina wire
Easily erected and difficult to cross, cut, or crawl through
Column formation
Easy to control and fast moving. Secure flanks and vulnerable in the front
Wedge formation
Provides all around protection, and easy to control
Skirmishers formation
Used when enemy position is known. Provides maximum fire power to the front, difficult to control
Echelon formation
Hard formation to control, provides heavy fire to front and direction of echelon
Convoy near ambush
Return fire immediately and drive through
Convoy far ambush
Immediately drop and return fire, organize withdrawal with constant cover fire
Establishing a LZ (Landing Zone)
Nothing over 10 meters tall with 50 meters in the direction of approach or exit. LZ must be 10 times longer than the tallest obstacle. Ex. 20' tree and LZ will be 200' in diameter
Status Of Resource & Training System (SORTS)
Report to higher authorities for assessing unit readiness
Casualty Report (CASREP)
Report the status of a unit with reduced combat readiness caused by a casualty
Logistical Requirements (LOGREQ)
Used by ships entering ports to request services from the port
Situation Report (SITREP)
Message from a CO to notify operational commanders of significant event or incident
Seaward Continuum of Force (SCOF) levels
Level 1- Lights, sirens, horn, hail on radio, loud hailer, spotlight
Level 2-Shoot flare, condition 1 weapons
Level 3- Warning shots from crew serve
Level 4- Open fire
Three zones around High Value Asset (HVA)
-Assessment Zone
-Warning Zone
-Threat Zone