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1. What department are: Combat, Ships Signal Exploitation System (SSES), Electronic Warfare, Under Sea Warfare, Air Warfare, Intelligence Specialist, Photo & Metro apart of?
Operations
2. What are some rates in the Ops Dept?
EW, IS, OS, PH, JO, AG, AC, CTA, CTM, CTR & CTT
3. What rate works in METOC?
AG (Aero Gratographers) [Meteorological Center] {weather guesser}
4. Who works in Radio?
IT's
5. What does CVIC stand for?
Carrier Intelligence Center
a. What department is responsible for the CSTT(combat systems training team)?
Operations (CDC)
6. What is the primary mission of CDC?
Gather, Process, Display, Evaluate & Disseminate
7. What is the secondary mission of CDC?
Control and Assist
8. What is the TAO?
Tactical Action Officer: Responsible for the Defense of the ship
9. What is special about the TAO?
He has Batteries (weapons) Release Authority
10. What is a Battle Group?
Units combined to make a deployment
11. What type of ships usually makes up a battle group?
Carrier, 2 Destroyers, 2 Cruisers, 2 Frigates, Submarine & Amphibious Group of Units
12. What are the 8 plots/status boards that make up CDC?
Strategic plot, Geographic (navigation) plot, Surface Summary plot, Air Summary plot, Surface status board, Equipment status board, Communications status board & EW information board
13. What are the 7 modules in CDC?
EW mod, AW mod, USW mod, SW mod, D+D (Decision & Display), D+T (Direction & Tracking) & COPLOT (CO's tactical plot)
14. Who sits at the Decision & Display console?
TAO
15. Who sits at the Direction & Tracking console?
TIC (Track Intercept Coordinator) Handles Link 11&16
16. What is Link 4A called?
Dolly
17. What is Link 11 called?
Alligator
18. What is Link 14 called?
Beaver
19. What is Link 16 called?
Timber
20. What Naval Tactical Data Systems (NTDS) provides real time display of the entire tactical situation?
Link 11 & 16
21. What does the Link 16 have that the Link 11 does not?
Anti-Jamming Capabilities
22. What is IFF?
Identification Friend or Foe
23. What system is used to provide IFF?
AIMS (MK 11)
24. How many modes does AIMS have?
5 [1,2,3,C & 4]
25. What IFF mode is for Military use only?
1
26. What IFF mode is for Military or Civilian Identification?
2
27. What IFF mode is for Military or Civilian Air Traffic Control?
3
28. What IFF mode is for Military or Civilian Altitude Information?
C
29. What IFF mode is for SECURE Identification?
4
30. What do mode 3 with 7700 and a yellow light indicate?
General Emergency
31. What do mode 3 with 7600 and a green light indicate?
Communications Failure
32. What does mode 3 with 7500 (no audible of visual) indicate?
Hijacked Plane
33. What is TACAN?
Tactical Air Navigation
34. What does TACAN provide?
Bearing and Distance from TACAN stations
35. What are the two Gyro systems?
MK-19 gyrocompass & SINS (Ships Inertial Navigation System)
36. What is the only true display in CDC?
DRT
37. What is DRT?
Dead Reckoning Tracer
38. What is DRT used for?
Man Overboard
39. What does EMCON stand for?
Emissions Control
40. What number is called for the setting of EMCON?
7227
41. What is EMCON?
Limitation of the use of: RF, Infrared, sound or any emission that give the signature of the ship [can be used for deception]
42. Who controls the SLQ-32 & WLR-1H?
EW's
43. What EW equipment has Jamming capabilities?
SLQ-32 [2 onboard]
44. What is C2W?
Command & Control Warfare
45. What is the primary mission of the F/A-18 Hornet?
Fighter/Attack
46. What is the primary mission of the F-14 Tomcat?
Fighter
47. What is the primary mission of the EA-6B Prowler?
ESM/Jamming
48. What is the primary mission of the S-3 Viking & the P-3 Orion?
USW/SUW
49. What is the primary mission of the E-2 Hawkeye?
Early Warning
50. What is the primary mission of the C-2 Cod?
Logistics/Passenger Carrier
51. What are different types of visual communications?
Flags/Pennants/Day Shapes, Flashing Lights, Semaphore, Flares/Pyrotechnics & Infrared
52. What is Nancy?
Infrared (actually NAANCT)
53. What is the time limit for a Flash (Z) message?
10 minutes
54. What is the time limit for an Immediate (O) message?
30 minutes
55. What is the time limit for a Priority (P) message?
3 hours
56. What is the time limit for a Routine (R) message?
6 hours
57. What pertains to the disclosure of security related information?
Bead window
58. What code word is passed if an intruder is suspected or discovered over a communication line?
Gingerbread
59. What is used for ship to shore long-range communication?
High Frequency (HF) 3-30 MHz
60. What is used for Communication & Navigation?
Very High Frequency (VHF) 30-300 MHz
61. What is used for Line of sight Communications?
Ultra High Frequency (UHF) 300MHz-3GHz
62. What is used for World Wide Ship to Shore Communications?
Super High Frequency (SHF) 3-30 GHz & Extremely High Frequency (EHF) 30-300 GHz
63. What does COMSEC stand for?
Communications Security
64. What does the CMS Custodian do?
Ensures all information is safeguarded [handles Crypto material]
65. Who is the CMS Custodian?
CWO2 Hartline
66. What is Access?
Ability and Opportunity to obtain Classified Info
67. What is Classification?
Level of Security [Unclassified, Confidential, Secret & Top Secret]
68. What is Clearance?
Authorization for a level of classification [still must have need to know]
69. What is Compromise?
Unauthorized Disclosure of classified material
70. What kind of damage can be caused by Confidential material?
Identifiable
71. What kind of damage can be caused by Secret material?
Serious
72. What kind of damage can be caused by Top Secret material?
Exceptionally Grave
73. Who should be notified if info has been Compromised?
CMS custodian
74. What does CASREP stand for?
Casualty Report
75. What is the highest priority CASREP?
Level 4
76. When would we send out a level 1 CASREP?
Never [Training commands Only]
77. When must an Initial CASREP be sent out?
If repair of equipment (which degrades the primary/secondary mission) is not possible with in 48 hours
78. What does LOGREQ stand for?
Logistics Request
79. What is the deadline for a LOGREQ and what is included in it?
48 hours prior to pulling into port; ETA of ship, tug/fuel/food/or other special requirements
80. What does MOVREP stand for?
Movement Report
81. What is contained in a MOVREP?
Ship's location, mission & projected routes
82. What is in an OPREP-3 Pinnacle message?
Info of National Interest [voice w/in 5min & message w/in 20min]
83. What is in an OPREP-3 Navy Blue message?
Info of Navy Interest [plane crash]
84. What is in a SITREP?
(Situation Report) Info needing addressed but not warranting an OPREP-3 message [service member dies]
85. What are the three parts of a ships training schedule?
Basic, Intermediate & Advance
86. What does CART stand for?
Command Assessment of Readiness and Training
87. What does TSTA stand for?
Tailored Ship's Training Availability
88. How many MK-15 CIWS's are there and what are they named?
3: MT's 22,23 &24
89. What does CIWS stand for?
Close In Weapons System
90. Where are the CIWS MT's located?
22: Port Fwd; 23: Starboard Island & 24: Port Aft
91. How many rounds does CIWS hold?
1550
92. What rate of fire does CWIS shoot?
4500 rnds/min or 75 rnds/sec
93. What is a Hot Gun condition?
300RNDS fired in less than 5 Minutes
94. What is the max range of CIWS?
1nm
95. How many NSSMS and where are they located?
3: NATO 1 [Starboard Fwd]; NATO 2 [Port Aft] & NATO 3 [Starboard Aft]
96. How many missiles are in each launcher?
8
97. What is NSSMS rate of fire?
1rnd/2 sec
98. What is NSSMS max range?
9nm
99. How many 50 cal mounts are on board?
10
100. What is the Primary Air search Radar?
SPS-49 [256nm]
101. What is the Secondary Air search Radar?
SPS-48 [220nm]
102. What is the Primary Fire Control Radar?
TAS [110nm] {Target Acquisition System}
103. What is the Secondary Fire Control Radar?
SPS-48
104. What is the Primary Surface search Radar?
SPN-67 [20-30nm]
105. What is the Secondary Surface search Radar?
SPN-64 [20-30nm]
106. What is our navigational Radar?
Furuno [only civilian radar]
107. What is obtained with a 2D radar?
Bearing and Range
108. What is obtained with a 3D radar?
Bearing, Range & Altitude (height)
109. What does HERO stand for?
Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance
110. What does C4I stand for?
Command/Control/Communication/Computers/Intelligence
111. What does blue color-coding mean?
Inert or practice ammunition
112. What is NIXIE used for?
Torpedo countermeasure [SLQ-25] (1500ft cable)
113. What is GERTRUDE?
Underwater telephone [WQC-2]
114. What does RADAR stand for?
Radio Detection and Ranging
115. What does SONAR stand for?
Sound Navigation and Ranging
116. What are the two types of SONAR?
Passive & Active [Pinging]
117. What effect does temperature have on SONAR?
As temp increases/decreases sound speed increases/decreases proportionally