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15 Cards in this Set

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Hull
main body
Bilge
intersection of side and bottom plating
Frames
fastened to the keel and divides into vertical rows of compartments
Keel
backbone
Bulwark
wall of main deck
Ballast
weight in the hull of the ship to provide stability
X-Ray
least protective, easy passage for operations, during workday
Yoke
x/y fittings secured, maintained at sea after working hours
Circle X-Ray
closed during x/y/z, may be opened with special permission to pass from one area to another
Zebra
highest degree of readiness, set while entering/leaving port or during General Quarters, also set to control fire and flooding x/y/z fittings secured
Cirle Yoke
closed during yoke and zebra, may be opened with permission while proceeding to battle stations ex. missile doors, ammunition hatches, and decontamination stations
Dog Zebra
darken ship
William
if secured would empair the mobility and fire protection otf the ship, kept open during all conditions
Circle William
normally kept open but must be secured against chem/bio/radio attack
Labeling a Compartment
Deck #, Frame #, Relation to Centerline, Compartment Description