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Main Gyro
AN/WSN-7B Ring Laser Gyro
-Heading, pitch, roll info to ship's systems
-IC Gyro
Secondary Gyro
MK-23 Mod 4
-Heading to ship's systems
-IC Gyro
Flight deck comms
UHF voice
-AN/WSC-3 transciever
-AN/PRC-113 transciever
Flight deck radio system
-MOMS AN/SRC-55 hydra radios
Discuss SPS-40
-air search radar
-liquid cooled
-antenna located upper main mast platform
-iff capable, port yardarm
-system in radar 1
-remote controlled from CIC, stbd side aft
-viewed on SPA-25G
modes of SPS-40
SRM - short range mode, 80-100NM
LRM - long range mode, up to 256NM
Discuss SPS-67
-primary surface search radar
-secondary air/nav radar
-air cooled
-antenna upper main mast platform
-iff capable, stbd yardarm
-system in radar 2
-remote controlled from CIC, port side aft
modes of SPS-67
SP - short pulse, 15-20NM
MP - medium pulse, 50-60NM
LP - long pulse, 109NM
discuss SPS-64
-primary nav radar
-secondary surface search radar
-air cooled
-max range 64NM
-antenna main mast lower platform
-not iff capable
-system located in radar 2
-controlled from pilot house stbd side
-viewed locally and on SPA-25G
discuss furuno
-secondary nav radar
-air cooled
-max range 96NM
-antenna located forward 04 LVL platform
-not iff capable
-system located in pilot house
-controlled from pilot house
-viewed locally and on remote displays
-2 in pilot house
-1 in CIC
capabilities of SPA-25G
-remote radar indicator
-displays radar contacts, speed, range, bearing, contact type
-eight units:
1 on bridge
5 in CIC
1 in SACC
1 in flag plot
discuss GCCS-M
Global Command and Control System - Maritime
-replaced JMCIS
-updates in near-realtime
-rcv's, processes, displays, and manages data on neutral, friendly, and hostile forces
inputs for GCCS-M
TADIXS/OTCIXS
discuss TADIXS
tactical data information exchange system
-shore to ship IXS
-reports on topics of interest to deployed battle group at classified level
discuss OTCIXS
officer-in-tactical-command information exchange system
-ship to ship IXS
-info provided by OTC of carrier or amphib command ship
discuss link-11
-provides tactical info between link-11 capable units (ships and aircraft)
-info is entered by individual units and xmted to other units for verification
purpose of JIC
joint intelligence center
-shipboard intel direct support
-battle support
-marine intel
discuss applicability of command, control, communications, computers, and information to ARG
GCCS-M
C4I
COP
purpose of CO's battle orders
orders that the CO gives as standing orders to how he wants things done under any circumstance.
discuss HF comms
20 URT-23's
33 R-2368's
9 xmt antennas
8 rcv antennas
freq range - 3-30mhz
secure/nonsecure OTH comms (1500 miles)
discuss VHF comms
xcvrs - 12 sincgars
b2b - 3 bridge, 1 CIC, 3 small boats
AN/PRC-113 - 2 prifly
AN/GRC-211 - 2 xmtr room
freq range - 30-300mhz
secure/nonsecure amphib ops, safety of flight, harbor/boat ops LOS (25-30 miles)
discuss UHF
xcvrs - 16 wsc-3 LOS
4 wsc-3 satcom, 1 rcv only
DWTS
freq range - 300mhz-3ghz
secure/nonsecure ship to ship voice
DWTS - VTC
satcom - DAMA, broadcast, CUDIXS
25-30 miles
discuss SHF
WSC-6 defense satellite communication system (DSCS)
international mobile satellite (inmarsat)
freq range 3-30ghz
discuss portable comms
PRC-113
PRC-77
PRC-96
enhanced position indicator radiating beacon (epirb)
iridium phone
man overboard indicator (mobi)
hydra (ship's security force)
purpose of routine/emergency destruction
Routine: when keymat's effective period has reached its normal expiration date
Emergency: confirmed compromise, abandon ship, or ship in danger of hostile takeover
2 types of destruction
partial: destroy all reserve and spare, keep only what's required to operate
complete: destroy everything onboard
purpose of TPI
required when handling comsec material TS or higher. safeguards against single access to TS or above material