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Control bleeding
Direct pressure
Elevation
Pressure points
Tourniquet
Where are the pressure points and how many are there?
11 points
jaw; temple; collar bone; neck; inner upper arm; inner elbow; wrist; upper thigh; groin; knee; ankle
what do you rub when your stressed
Symptoms of Shock
pale skin; irregular breathing; cold sweats, weak or absents pulse
kick the feet up
Classes of Burns
1st - hurts
2nd - hurts real bad with blisters
3rd - you cann't feel anymore
Don't touch the flame
Heat exhaustion
cool, moist, clammy, and sweating perfusely.
What happens when you run a mile?
Heat Stroke
you stop sweating and are unable to control body temp
Very weak
Naval Safety Program
preserve human and material resources
saves
Divo
ensures that personnel comply with all safety instructions.
Class A Mishap
$1,000,000 or more or someone dies.
Class B Mishap
200k but less than a million or 3 people inpatient or disabled
crippled
Class C Mishap
20k - 199999; non fatal injury loss of time beyond the day or shift of which occured
the catch all
AVGFE
(Confined Space)
to maintain a safe working environment in an enclosed space with toxic fumes
Radio Frequency (RF)
generates electrical currents or voltage large enough to cause life threatening electric shock, burns, biological changes, cataracts. Unwanted activation of electro-explosive devices (EED)
ATs
Laser Safety Hazard Control Program
What needs to be instructed and displayed
ORM
Identify hazards, Assess, Make risk decisions, Implement controls, supervise
5 Steps
Naval Warfare
the inherent nature and enduring principles of naval forces
Naval Intelligence
support in meeting requirments of both regional conflicts and operations other than war
Spy
Naval Operations
Plans the day for us
Naval Logistics
logistical capabilities
Naval Planning
makes sure we are capable of doing our missions
Keeps us balanced
Naval Command and Control
supplies info to the big wigs
Logistic Support
Transports troops, cargo, or equipment
shipping
SAR
find something of life essential
Meeting of the first congress
5 September 1774
What was presented to the king in October of 1774
Statment of rights
George Washington was apointed what on 15 June 1775
Commander in Chief of the continential American army
Navy's Birthday
13 October 1775
What was purchased on 13 Oct 1775
two vessels
The first commander in chief of the Navy was?
Esek Hopkins
When was the first squadron set to sea?
Feb 1776
Levels of War
Tactical, operational, and strategic
TOS
Coral Sea
The first carrier vs carrier battle on 8 May 1942 and Lexington was sunk
Midway
Admiral Nimitz sank 3 Japanese carriers
Guadalcanal
Sullivan brothers died causing navy policy of family members
USS Langley
first aircraft carrier was a coal carrier(jupitor)

8 May 1911
two Glenn curtis biplanes the Triad was capable of landing on both water and land later became the first A-1
How much did the first planes cost the navy
5500
What was the first jet powered naval aircraft
FH-1 Phantom 21 July 1946
Phatom's Pilot
CDR James Davidson
fj-1 Fury
Navy's first operational landings and takeoffs at sea onboard the uss boxer (CV-21)
First Naval Aviator in Space
Alan Shepard 5 May 1961, Mercury capsule, Freedom 7
Newton's First law
an object at rest will remain at rest, or in motion until acted on by an outside force
Newton's Second Law
change of motion, or acceleration, will be directly proportional to the amount of force and inversely proportional to the mass of the object
Newton's Third Law
every action has a reaction
Bernoulli's principle
fluid flowing through a tube reaches a constriction or narrowing of the tube, the speed of the fluid passing thgough the constriction is increased and its pressure decreased
water hose
Five basic sections of the engine
Intake; Compressor; Combustion chamber; Turbine section; Exhaust
One radar range mile
12.36 microseconds
Purpose of the Weight and Balance
Provides flight crews with accurate base line weight and center of gravity data
HC
Helicopter Combat Support
HCS
Helicopter Combat Support Special Squadron
HM
Helo Mine Countermeasures
HS
Helo Anti sub
HSL
Helo Anti sub light
HT
Helo Trainer
VAQ
Tactical Electronic Warfare
EA-6B
VAW
Carrier Airborne Early Warning
E-2C
VC
Fleet Composite
VT
fixed wing trainer
VX/ VXE
Test squadrons
AE
Ammunition Ship
ship
AO/AOE
OILER and Ammunition Support Ships
ship
CG
GUIDED MISSILE CRUISER
DD / DDG
DESTROYER / GUIDED MISSILE DESTROYER
replaced battleships
FFG
GUIDED MISSILE FRIGATES
LCC
AMPHIB COMMAND SHIP
LHA
AMPHIB ASSAULT SHIP
LHD
AMPHIB WARFARE SIP
LPD
AMPHIB TRANSPORT DOCK
LPH
AMPHIB ASSAULT SHIP
MCS
MINE COUNTERMEASURES SUPPORT SHIP
LSD
DOCK LANDING SHIP
AD
DESTROYER TENDER
AFS
COMBAT STORES SHIP
ATF
FLEET OCEAN TUGS
ARS
RESCUE AND SALVAGE SHIP
ASR
SUB RESCUE SHIP
AR
REPAIR SHIP
AS
SUB TENDER
MCM
MINE COUNTERMEASURE SHIP
MHC
COASTAL MINE HUNTERS
PC
PATROL CRAFT
SSBN
BALLISTIC MISSILE SUB NUKE
SSN
SUB NUKE
HIGH ALT AIR BURST
100,000 + FEET CREATE GREAT VIEW MESSES UP RADIOS
AIR BURST
THE FIRE BALL DOESN'T TOUCH THE EARTHS SURFACE
SURFACE BURST
PRODUCES THE WORST FALLOUT
SHALLOW UNDERWATER BURST
CREATES A LARGE EXPLOSION OF WATER SOMETIMES A COUPLE THOUSAND FEET HIGH
DEEP UNDERWATER BURST
SAME AS SHALLOW UNDERWATER BURST, BUT MOST OF THE BLAST IS ABSORBED CREATING A LARGER AMOUNT OF POLLUTED WATER
MOPP1
GAS MASK ISSUED AND ARE KEPT AT BATTLE STATIONS
MOPP2
GAS MASK ARE CARRIED AT ALL TIMES AND MATERIAL CONDITION IS ZEBRA
MOPP3
NEW FILTERS INSTALLED AND DON CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE OVERGARMENT SMOCK WITH HOOD DOWN, TROUSERS, AND OBERBOOTS.
MOPP4
DON GAS MASK SET CONDITION CIRCLE WILLIAM FOR AIR VENTS
COMNAVAIRLANT IDENTIFICATIONS FIRST LETTER WILL BE?
A-M
COMNAVAIRPAC IDENTIFICATION LETTER IS WHAT?
N THROUGH Z
CNATRA'S FIRST CHARACTER SHALL BE
A THROUGH G
THERE IS NO SECOND CHARACTER
TRAINERS
Turbojet
projects a column of air to ther rear at an extremely high velocity.
Turboshaft
sends power through a shaft to drive something other than a propller. Used in Helos
Turboprop
P-3
Turbofan
used in jets the prop is replaced by a duct-enclosed axial-flow fan
Afterburners
burning of the remaining unused air in the exhaust section to create additional thrust
Non-Destructive Inspection (NDI)
NDI is the practice of evaluating a part or sample of material without impairing its future usefullness. Methods used are VISUAL, OPTICAL, LIQUID PENETRANT, MAGNETIC PARTICLE, EDDY CURRENT, ULTRASONIC, RADIOGRAPHIC
BOMBS
any weapon other than a torpedo, mine, rocket or missile, dropped from an aircraft. They can be smart or unguided
ROCKETS
Contains an explosive section and a propulsion cannot change direction after fired
Missiles
Has a explosive, propulion, and guidance section they can change direction after launch.
Torpedoes
Self-propelled underwater missile used against surface and underwater targets. Primary weapon for subs
4 Categories of tie down requirments
Initial
Intermediate
Permanent
Heavy weather (severe weather)
Airfield rotating Beacon
airport is below VFR weather conditions, the airport rotating beacon is used to id the airport's location during darkness and daylight hours. flashes 12 -15 times a minute
Harrier
AV-8 Fighter attack (marines
C-130
HERCULES LOG SUPPORT
GREYHOUND
C-2 CARRIER LOG SUPPORT
C-20
LOGISTIC SUPPORT
C-9
SKY TRAIN
LOG SUPPORT
EA-6B
PROWLER
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
HAWKEYE
E-2
EARLY WARNING
HURON
C-12
MERCURY
E-6
FLEET AIR RECON
H-2
SEAPRITE
ANTI SUB
H-3
SEA KING
ANTI SUB
H-46
SEA KNIGHT
COMBAT SUPPORT
H-53
SEA STALLION
MINE COUNTER
SH-60B
SEAHAWK
ANTI SUB
SH-60F
OCEANHAWK
ANTI SUB
HH-60H
SEAHAWK
SAR SPEC OP
SKY HAWK
TA-4 TRAINER
T-2
BUCKEYE
T-45
GOSHAWK
UH-1N
IROQUIOS
HELO COMBAT SUPPORT
T-34
MENTOR
T-44
PEGASUS
F-5
TIGER 2
AH-1
COBRA
HELO COMBAT SUPPORT
MCU-2/P PROTECTIVE MASK
GAS MASK
WET-WEATHER CLOTHING
KEEPS SKIN SAFE FROM LIQUID AGENTS AND RADIO ACTIVE
ATROPINE/2 PAN CHLORID (OXIME) AUTOINJECTOR
USED FOR SEPCIFIC THERAPY FOR NERVE AGENT CASUALTIES. ISSUED IN AUTOMATIC INJECTORS FOR INTRAMUSCULAR INJECTION SELF-AID OR FIRST AID.
IM-143 POCKET DOSIMETER
DETECTS AGENTS
DT-60 PERSONNEL DOSIMETER
DETERMINE TOTAL AMOUNT OF GAMMA RADIATION YOU HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO.
CHOCKING AGENTS
USED IN WW1 MESSE WITH RESP SYSTEM FLUID IN LUNGS 2-24HRS
NERVE AGENTS
MOST DEADLY AFFECTS CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
BLOOD AGENTS
INTERFERE WITH THE DISTRIBUTION OF OXYGEN BY THE BLOOD
BLISTER AGENTS
SHOCK, NAUSEA. MUSTARD GAS
RADIATION
ALPHA & BETA PARTICLES
GAMMA & NEUTRON RADIATION
4 HAZARDS
NAVFLIRS
YELLOW SHEET DOCS ALL NAVY FLT ACTIVITY
HYDRAULIC FLUID USED IN THE NAVY
CLASS 5 A/C
CLASS 3 SE
WHEN HANDLING LOX HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE REQUIRED
2 OR MORE QUALIFIED
CATEGORIES OF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL
FLAMMABLE OR COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
TOXIC MATERIALS
CORROSIVE MATERIALS
OXIDIZING MATERIALS
AEROSOL CONTAINERS
COMPRESSED GASES
Physical Characteristic of the P-3 aircraft
4 Engine, low wing A/C designed for patrol, anti-sub warfare and fleet support.
Type of engine on P-3
T-56-A-14 turboprop engine
How much SHP does one engine have on a P-3
4,600 at take off
How is the P-3C readily identified?
sonobuoy chutes
How is the P-3 all weather
Its de-ice and anti-ice systems.
Engine bleed air from the 14th stage of the compressor is used for what?
Deice the wings and anti-ice the engines airscoop, compressor inlet and torquemeter shroud assembly.
How are the props and empennage deiced or anti-iced.
Electrically
Mission Commander
Naval Aviator or NFO that is properly qualified.
(PPC) Patrol Plane Commander
Responsible for the effectiveness of the aircraft and crew for all matters affecting safety of flight.
(PPP) Patrol Plane Pilot
Assist the PPC and is a backup for the PPC
(PPCP) Patrol Plane Copilot
Is a relief for the PPC or PPP during extended flight operations
Navigation Communication Officer
Maintain an accurate record of present and past positions
TACCO
Employ appropriate tactics and procedures to most effectively carry out the mission.
Acoustic Operators (SS1/2)
Responsible to detect, classify and report sonobuoy contact data.
Electronic Warfare Operator (SS3)
Support the mission by utilizing RADAR, ESM, MAD/SAD, IRDS, and IFF systems and subsystems, as directed by the TACCO.
Safety of Flight Radar Operator (SOFRO)
Provide weather, terrain, and aircraft avoidance using radar and IFF systems.
What sensor station is required over water transit flights?
SS3
What is the minimum altitude while flying on two engines?
1000 ft
General arrangement of the P-3 as stated on the NATOPS Flt Man.
Fuselage is pressurized from the forward bulkhead of the flight station to the aft bulkhead in the cabin. Entrance to the cabin is by way of the door in the port side of the fuselage. The flt station is entered from the cabin. An electromechanical folding ladder, which stows in the cabin, can be used for personnel loading and unloading at stations where external loading ramps are not available. Emergency ext hatches are located over each wing in the sides of the fuselage, aft of the pilot side windshield panel, and in the top of the flight station. Lavatory, galley, and other convenience facilities are located in the aft fuselage.
IFF
Five modes 1&2 are used exclusively by the military for identification. Mode 3A is used by both military and civilian ATCs.
ADF
Automatic Direction Finder operates on AM signals in the 190-1750Khz
ARN-83
TACAN
Tactical Air Navigation - an airborne receiver - transponder operates with surface stations up to 390nms away and has 99 channels
ISAR
Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar
IRDS
InfraRed Detection System - converts infrared radiation emanating from a heat source and converts it to a black and white television image at SS3 nose radom
ESM
Electronic Suppport Measures - a passive system doesn't admit any waves can be displayed at SS3 and TACCO
ISAR
Invers Synthetic Aperature Radar - radar system that generates true, recognizable, two-dimensional images of any selected ship target.
What are the seven primary mission areas of Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA)?
Anti-Surface Warfare
Anti-Sub Warfare
Command & Control Warfare
Command, Control & Communications
Intelligence
Mine Warfare
Mobility (MOB)
DFW has a minimum of what total requirments?
Complete 1 DFW per month with a min of 6 landings
Complete 1 night DFW per quarter with a min of 6 landings
Complete 1 Instructor DFW per quarter which includes a 3 engine, 2 engine, and no flap landing, etc.
Crew training does what?
Improves the effectiveness of the crew's ability to complete the mission due to better cordination.
Condition 1
Battle - all stations are manned
Condition 2
High altitude operations you can move about the cabin
Condition 3
Operation check all stations manned by primary operators who will op ICS
Condition 4
Aircraft inspection all designated areas will be inspected and reported to in person to pilot and FE
Condition 5
Landing and Take Off