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State the three objects of first aid.
1. Save lives
2. Prevent further injury
3. Prevent infection
State the three methods of controlling bleeding.
1. Direct pressure
2. Elevation
3. Pressure points

Tourniquet (last resort)
Identify an example of a pressure point.
A pressure point is a place where a main artery lies near the skin and over a bone.

ex. jaw, temple, wrist, knee.
Describe the symptoms and treatment for shock.
- Vacant eye, irregular breathing, cold pale skin, nausea, weak pulse.

- Lay victim down and elevate feet 6-12 inches
Describe the three classifacations of burns.
1st
2nd
3rd - The worst.
State the symptoms and treatment for heat exhaustion.
- Cool, moist clamy skin, pupils dialated, sweating profusely.
- Move victim to cool area, loosen clothing, apply cool cloths.
state the symptoms and treatment for heat stroke.
- a serious condition caused by a breakdown of the sweating mechanism of the body.
- Reduce heat immediatley, apply cold wet towels.
State the difference between open and closed fracture.
Open: open wound in skin or tissue.
Closed: entirely internal. No broken skin.
Describe the effects of the following cold weather injuries.

- Hypothermia
- Superficial frosbite
- Deep Frostbite
- A general cooling of the body
- Ice crystals forming in the upper layers of skin
- Ice crystals forming in the deeper tissues.
Define the following mishap classes:

- Class A
- Class B
- Class C
- Class D
- 1,000,000 or more. Fatality.
- 200,000 or more but less than 1,000,000.
- 10,000 or more but less than 200,000
- Less than 10,000
What does ORM stand for and what are the five steps?
Operational Risk Management

- Identify hazards
- Assess hazards
- Make risk decisions
- Implement controls
- Supervise
State the six areas of navel doctrine.
- naval warfare
- Intelligence
- Operations
- logistics
- planning
- Command and control.
State the three levels of war.
- Tactical
- Operational
- Strategic
State the objective of the AVGFE Program.
Aviation Gas-Free Engeineering Program

To ensure a safe environmetn is maintained while working on fuel systems.
Hazards associated with Radio Frequency(RF) engery.
Can generate electrical currents and/or coltage large enough to cause elecrical shock, burns, biological changed and cataracts.

In ordnance; can cuase sparks and arcs which may ignite flammables.
State the purpose of the laser safety hazard control program.
To design a series of safety factors established when using lasers.
Reconnaissace/Surveillance
The search for and interception, recording and analysis of radiated electomagnetic engergy.
Antisubmarine
Used to locate and destroy submarines.
Amphibious assault
The takng of an area of land where the land and sea meet.
Logistics support
The trasport of troops, personnel and cargo or equipment.
Mine warfare
Use of ships, aircraft, submarines and helicopters to locate and destroy enemy lines.
State the importance of Coral Sea.
7-8 May 1942

The U.S. carrier Lexington was sunk.
State the importance of Midway.
3-5 June 1942

4 Japanese carriers were sunk.

Japanese planes sank the USS Yorktown.
State the importance of Guadalcanal.
The Sullivan brothers along with 700 others died on the USS Juneau cause Navy policy concerning family member separations was reinstated.
State the significance of 8 May 1911.
The A-1 was purchased for $5.500 each. Offically prclaimed to be the birth of Naval Aviation.
What was the first aircraft carrier?
20 March 1922

USS Langley(CV-1)
What was the first jet powered Naval Aircraft?
10 March 1948

FJ-1 Fury

First carrier landing on the USS Boxer(CV-21)
Who was the first Naval Aviatior in space?
5 May 1961

Alan Shepard

Flew 15 minute sub-orbital flight onboard the Mercury capsule, Freedom 7.
What is inertia?
The willingness of an object to remain at rest or to continue its motion unless acted on by an outside force.
What is acceleration?
The rate of change of the speed and/or velocity of matter with time.
What is velocity?
The quickness or speed of an object in a given time.

ex.mph
Define Newtons first law.
(inertia)
An object at rest will remain at rest, or an object in motion will continue in motion at the same speed and in the same direction, untill acted on by another force.
Define Newtons second law.
(force)
If an object moving with uniform speed is acted on by an external force, the change of motion or acceleration will be directly proportional to the amount of force and inversely proportional to the mass of the object beign moved.
Define Newtons third law.
(action and reation)
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction
Define Bernoullis principle.
When a fluid flowing through a tube reaches a constriction or narrowing of the tube, the speed of the fluid passing through the constriction is increased and its pressure is decreased.