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covers naval messages, official letters and
endorsements, memoranda, and even electronic correspondence.
Department of the Navy Correspondence Manual
What is the minimum number of paragraphs for a unit of information in naval
correspondence?
No rule exists about the number of paragraphs one unit of information should contain
When is the POOW the primary enlisted assistant to the OOD?
1. At sea
2. In port
3. On watch on the bridge
4. On watch in battle conditions
2. In port
the ship’s casualty alarms are tested to make sure they operate properly.
morning watch (0800-1200)
In the case of a bomb threat what is the key to disarming the situation and avoiding
catastrophe?
1. Information
2. Knowledge
3. Security force
4. MAA force
1. Information
When the pistol has a lanyard attached, what must be done during exchange of the pistol to the next watch stander?
1. Keep the lanyard around your neck until your relief has positive control of the pistol
2. Keep the lanyard at your side so it won’t get in the way
3. Keep the lanyard in your hand that doesn’t hold the pistol
4. Detach the lanyard from the weapon during the exchange
1. Keep the lanyard around your neck until your relief has positive control of the pistol
If you notice that the barometer has fallen XX inches or more in 1 hour, notify the OOD.
0.04 inch
Measuring Wind Speed and Direction
anemometer
Measuring Barometric Pressure
aneroid barometer
One red pennant displayed
by day and a red light over a white light at night to
indicate that winds up to 38 miles per hour (33 knots)
and/or sea conditions
Small craft warning:
Two red pennants displayed by
day and a white light above a red light at night to
indicate that winds ranging from 39 to 54 miles per hour
(34 to 47 knots) are forecast for the area
Gale warning
One square red flag with a black center displayed during daytime and two vertical red
lights at night to indicate that winds 55 miles per hour
(48 knots) and above, nomatter how high the speed, are forecast for the area.
Storm warning
Two square red flags with black centers displayed at daytime and awhite light between two vertical red lights at night to indicate that winds 74 miles per hour (64 knots) and above are forecast for the area.
Hurricane warning
How many minutes before sunset should the ship’s anchor lights be tested?
1. 60
2. 30
3. 20
4. 15
2. 30
QUICK TIME
120 steps (12, 15, or 30 inches in length) per minute
DOUBLE TIME
180 steps (36 inches in length) per minute
As you face a formation, the tallest person should be in which of the following
positions?
1. Middle of the formation
2. On your right
3. On your left
4. End closest to where the inspecting party
will arrive
3. On your left
Which of the following entities make up a
platoon?
1. Two or more squads
2. Platoon headquarters
3. Guide
4. All of the above
1. Two or more squads