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Support craft designations start with what letter?
S
T
Y
Z
Y
Fixed wing aircraft are divided into how many basic parts?
1
2
3
4
3
What are the three main parts of a helicopter?
Tail, rotor and empennage
Tail, rotor and fuselage
Main rotor, fuselage, Tail Rotor
Main rotor, empennage, Tail Rotor
Main rotor, fuselage, Tail Rotor
Attack class planes are used in which of the following roles?
Nuclear strikes
Ground support
Low-level bombing
All of the above
All of the above
What class of aircraft is used to gain air superiority
Attack
Fighter
Patrol
Warning
Fighter
The E-2C Hawkeye belongs to what class of aircraft?
Patrol
Warning
Anti-Submarine
Fighter
Warning
The S-3 Viking belongs to what class of aircraft?
Patrol
Warning
Anti-submarine
Fighter
Anti-submarine
What helicopter is designated for ASW use?
CH-46 Sea Knight
SH-60B Seahawk
CH-53D Sea Stallion
SH-2 Sea Sprite
SH-60B Seahawk
What helicopter operates and tows mine countermeasure devices?
CH-46 Sea Knight
SH-60B Sea Hawk
CH-53D Sea Stallion
CH-53D Sea Stallion
Which of the following drugs can cause the heart or arteries to burst and cause a massive coronary?
Crack
Codeine
Amphetamines
Phencyclidine
Crack
Which of the following drugs is abused on the pretense of weight control?
Marijuana
Methadone
Amphetamines
Phencyclidine
Amphetamines
Abuse of which of the following types of drugs results in the appearance of alcohol intoxication, but without the odor of alcohol on the breath?
Narcotics
Stimulants
Depressants
Hallucinagens
Depressants
Depressant overdoses, when taken with alcohol may result in which of the following conditions?
Death
Articulate speech
Mellow disposition
Keen sense of humor
Death
Abuse of which of the following types of drugs may result in reoccuring effects months after the drug has been taken?
Hallucinagens
Depressants
Stimulants
Narcotics
Hallucinagens
Which of the following indicators is one of the dangers to the hallucinagen abuser?
Change in sleeping habits
Change in mental condition
Physical dependence created by the drug
Unpredictability of the effects of the drug
Unpredictability of the effects of the drug
Which of the following is an indicator of a marijuana abuser presently under the influence of the substance?
Loud, rapid talking
Great bursts of laughter
Stupor or seeming sleepy
All of the above
All of the above
Effects of marijuana on the emotions and senses of the user depend on which of the following factors?
Amount and strength of substance
Social setting and expected effects
Both 1 and 2
DNA structure of user
Both 1 and 2
Volatile chemical abuse is usually indicated by which of the following conditions?
Constricted pupils
Clear whites of eyes
White substance around nostrils
Smell of chemical on breath
Constricted pupils
Which of the following personnel are subject to participation in the Urinalysis testing program?
Officer personnel under age 25 only
Enlisted personnel in paygrades E-4 and below
Enlisted personnel only regardless of rank/age
All enlisted and officer personnel
All enlisted and officer personnel
Which of the following persons must have prior knowledge of a drug detection dog inspection/search?
Dog handler
CO
Both 1 and 2
All personnel involved in search
Both 1 and 2
Which of the following types of behavior could be the positive clue that a person is abusing some form of drugs?
Wanting to sell stereo and TV at same time
Repeatedly showing symptoms associated with drug abuse
Botching a job when it is known the person is usually a top performer
Keeping tablets, capsules and other forms of drugs in one's locker
Repeatedly showing symptoms associated with drug abuse
When working in machinery rooms and repair shops, you may be required to wear double hearing protection?
True
False
True
When driving or riding in a Navy vehicle, you are required to wear seat belts?
True
False
True
Which of the following precautions should you follow when lifting heavy objects?
Keep the load close to the center of your body
Pull the load toward you, then lift gradually
If too heavy to lift alone, get help
All of the above
All of the above
Heat stress is caused by a combination of which of the following factors?
Workload
Humidity
Air Temperature
All of the above
All of the above
Prolonged exposure to heat stress conditions causes which of the following medical emergencies?
Heat stroke
Heat exhaustion
Both 1 and 2
Euphoria
Both 1 and 2
What is the major health risk to personnel who are exposed to severe cold weather?
Snow blindness
Hypothermia
Sunburn
Flu
Hypothermia
Which of the following documents standardizes tag-out procedures aboard ship?
NAVSHIPS 9890/3
NAVSHIPS 9890/5
OPNAVINST 3120.32
OPNAVINST 445.2
OPNAVINST 3120.32
Under the tag out procedures, what person has the authority to place a system off line for repairs or maintenance?
Authorizing Officer
Repair Activity Rep
Person attaching the tag
Person checking the tag
Authorizing Officer
How many different tags are authorized for use in identifying defective instruments or pieces of equipment?
1
2
3
4
4
What color is used to identify a Danger Tag?
Yellow
Green
Red
Red
What color is used to identify a caution tag?
Green
Yellow
Red
Yellow
What means are used to control an entire tag-out procedure?
DC fitting closure log
Tag-out logs
Engineer boiler log
First lieutentant's deck log
Tag-out logs
Which of the following publications contain info on Navy Safety?
OPNAVINST 4450.2
OPNAVINST 5100.19
NAVPERS 4450.2
NAVPERS 5100.19
OPNAVINST 5100.19
What is the effective shelf life of the chemical-protective overgarment before and after it is removed from its protective envelope?
1 year; 30 days
5 years; 14 days
10 years; 30 days
10 years; 14 days
5 years; 14 days
The chemical protective overgarment provides continuous protection within a chemically contaminated environment for what maximum number of hours?
6 hours
2 hours
12 hours
24 hours
6 hours
The M258A1 decontamination kit is used for which of the following CBR exposures?
Biological and radiological contamination
Blood agents or radiation burns
Blister and nerve agents
Nerve gas and phosphorous burns
Blister and nerve agents
The purpose of the Navy's electrical safety program is to provide guidance to assist in the identification of electrical hazards, and to prevent mishaps that could cause fatal injuries and extensive damage to shipboard equipment?
True
False
True
The electrical safety petty officer works with which of the following officers in the performance of his duties?
Operations Officer
Quality Control Officer
Electrical Safety Officer
Division Officer
Electrical Safety Officer
Prior to being assigned as an electrical safety petty officer, you should meet which of the following qualifications?
Complete a basic electrical/electronics school or equivalent training
Be fully PQS qualified in Ships 3M, watchstation 310, maintenance man
Be fully PQS qualified as a division Safety Petty Officer/Electrical Safety Petty Officer
All of the above
All of the above
Electrical safety is the responsibility of all hands?
True
False
True
The number one drug problem in the U.S. is the abuse of which of the following substances?
Alcohol
Cocaine
Marijuana
Barbituates
Alcohol
Alcohol is classified as what type of drug?
Hallucinogen
Depressant
Stimulant
Narcotic
Depressant
Which of the following characteristics or symptoms identifies a person suffering from alcoholism?
Physical dependence
Psychological dependence
Both 1 and 2
Infrequent consumption
Both 1 and 2
All Navy supervisors should be familiar with the Navy's policy regarding alcoholism as outlined in the OPNAVINST on alcohol and drug abuse prevention and control. What is the purpose of this instruction with regard to alcohol abuse?
To discourage the use of alcohol
To acknowledge the Navy's responsibility for counseling and to aid alcoholics in recovery
To publish the disciplinary action that may be taken against a known alcoholic
To set limits on the amount of alcohol that may be consumed before a person is considered a problem drinker
To acknowledge the Navy's responsibility for counseling and to aid alcoholics in recovery
When, if ever, would the promotion prospects of a recovered alcoholic be affected?
If the recovered alcoholic attended a rehab program
If misconduct or poor performance resulted from alcoholism
If the recovered alcoholic is still attending AA meetings
Never
If misconduct or poor performance resulted from alcoholism
For which of the following reasons does alcohol quickly affect the central nervous system?
It is rapidly absorbed by the kidneys
It remains in the digestive tract for long periods
It is immediately absorbed into the bloodstream
It is metabolized at a faster rate as more is consumed
It is immediately absorbed into the bloodstream
What indicator is used by mose states to determine whether or not a person is intoxicated?
Slurred speech
Blood-alcohol content
Poor motor coordination
Number of drinks consumed
Blood-alcohol content
In the chronic stages of alcoholism, tolerance decreases markedly until the victim may become drunk on relatively small amounts of alcohol?
True
False
True