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101 Safety

What is ORM?
A decision making tool used by personnel to increase operational effectiveness by identifying, assessing and managing risks.
101 Safety

What are the principles of ORM?
1. Accept risk when benefits outweigh the cost.
2. Accept no unnecessary risk.
3. Manage risk by planning.
4. Make risk decisions at the right level.
101 Safety

What are the five steps of ORM?
"I-AM-IS"

1. Identify hazards
2. Access hazards
3. Make risk decisions
4. Implement controls
5. Supervise
101 Safety

What is the purpose of the Safety Council and Committees?
To IDENTIFY, DEFINE and ASSESS issues and problems and RECOMMEND corrective measures.
101 Safety

What are the three basic functions of the Safety Council and Committees?
To CREATE and maintain an active interest in safety.
To SERVE as a means of communications regarding safety.
To PROVIDE program assistance to commanding officers.
101 Safety

What are the three types of mishap investigations?
Safety
Judge Advocate General (JAG)
Criminal & Security
101 Safety

What is a category I mishap?
Catastrophic: the hazard may cause death or loss of a facility greater than $1M
101 Safety

What is a category II mishap?
Critical: may cause severe injury, severe occupational illness, or major property damage more than $200K but less that $1M
101 Safety

What is a category III mishap?
Marginal: may cause minor injury, minor occupational illness, or minor property damage greater than $10K but less than $200K
101 Safety

What is a category IV mishap?
Negligible: probably would not affect personnel safety or health but is nevertheless in violation of specific criteria and property damage less than $10K
101 Safety

Who is responsible of safety?
Everyone
101 Safety

Explain the ergonomics program
A program that seeks to prevent injuries and illnesses by applying ergonomic principles to identify, evaluate, and control ergonomic risk factors
102 Administrative Command/Control

Who is Commander-in-Chief?
President Barrack Obama
102 Administrative Command/Control

Who is the Secretary of Defense?
Chuck Hagel
102 Administrative Command/Control

Who is the Secretary of the Navy?
Honorable Ray Maybus
102 Administrative Command/Control

Who is the Chief of Naval Operations?
Admiral Jonathan Greenert
102 Administrative Command/Control

Who is the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy?
MCPON (AW/NAC) Michael Stevens
102 Administrative Command/Control

What is the role of the Command Master Chief (CMDCM)?
He is the enlisted advisor to the command on the formulation and implementation of polices pertinent to morale, welfare, job satisfaction, discipline, utilization and training or all enlisted personnel.
102 Administrative Command/Control

What is an Operation Plan (OPLAN)?
A detailed statement of a course of action to be followed to accomplish a future mission.
102 Administrative Command/Control

What is a Warning Order (WARNORD)?
Order giving advance notice that a unit is to be moved.
102 Administrative Command/Control

What is an Operation Order (OPORD)?
Order that puts OPLAN into affect.

(5 Paragraph/SMEAC)
102 Administrative Command/Control

What are the Commanding Officer's responsibilities?
ABSOLUTE responsibility for the safety, well-being and efficiency of their command.
102 Administrative Command/Control

What are the Executive Officer's responsibilities?
Responsible for the organization, performance of duty, and good order and discipline.
102 Administrative Command/Control

What are the Command Master Chief's responsibilities?
Is the senior enlisted advisor to the command on the formulation and implementation of policies pertinent to morale, welfare, job satisfaction, discipline, utilization and training of all enlisted personnel.
102 Administrative Command/Control

What does EDVR stand for?
Enlisted Distribution Verification Report
102 Administrative Command/Control

How often is the EDVR published?
Monthly
102 Administrative Command/Control

How many sections make up the EDVR?
12
102 Administrative Command/Control

What is a naval message?
Written documents to pass or receive information to and rom other units which require an immediate response.
102 Administrative Command/Control

Explain a Dat-Time Group (DTG)
Six digits+time zone, month, then year.

Ex: 251745Z DEC 13 = 1745 ZULU, 25 DEC 13

First two digits = date
Second two digits= hour
Third two digits= minutes
102 Administrative Command/Control

What are the levels of precedence for messages?
Routine (R), processed within 6 hours

Priority (P), processed within 3 hours

Immediate (O), processed within 30 minutes

Flash (Z), processed in less that 10 minutes
102 Administrative Command/Control

What are the classification designators?
Confidential

Secret

Top Secret
102 Administrative Command/Control

What are the Non-Classification designators?
For official use only (FOUO)

Encrypt for transmission only (EFTO)

Unclassified (UNCLAS)

No Foreign Nationals (NOFORN)
102 Administrative Command/Control

What goes in a Page 2?
Record of dependent/Emergency Data
102 Administrative Command/Control

What goes in a Page 4?
Enlisted qualification history
102 Administrative Command/Control

What goes in a Page 13?
Administrative remarks
102 Administrative Command/Control

What is LOGREQ?
LOGistical REQuirement Report Report Request

Sent by message at least three days prior to ship's ETA
102 Administrative Command/Control

What is SORTS?
Status Of Resources and Training System

Provides combat readiness data
102 Administrative Command/Control

What is a SITREP?
Situation Report

Multipurpose report that informs and enables commands and services concerned to expect and prepare for potential effects.
102 Administrative Command/Control

What are Laws of Armed Conflict (LOAC)?
Law that tell you what you can and cannot do in combat situations.
103 Navy Expeditionary History Fundamentals

What lead to the formation of the US Navy?
The effort to disrupts British naval supply routes, lead by General George Washington.
103 Navy Expeditionary History Fundamentals

Who is considered the Father of the Seabees?
Rear Admiral Ben Morrell
103 Navy Expeditionary History Fundamentals

When is the Seabee "birthday"?
5 March, 1942

Is the date that official permission was given to use the name "Seabee".
103 Navy Expeditionary History Fundamentals

When was the Battle of Coral Sea?
4-8 May 1942
103 Navy Expeditionary History Fundamentals

What is significant about the Battle of Coral Sea?
The entire battle was fought by aircraft

Neither fleet had sight of the other

The US lost USS Lexington
103 Navy Expeditionary History Fundamentals

When was the Invasion of Normandy ("D-Day")?
6 June, 1944
103 Navy Expeditionary History Fundamentals

What is significant about the invasion of Normandy?
It was the largest amphibious operation in history.
103 Navy Expeditionary History Fundamentals

When was the Battle of Midway?
7 June, 1942
103 Navy Expeditionary History Fundamentals

What is significant about the Battle of Midway?
It was the turning point of World War II in the Pacific arena
103 Navy Expeditionary History Fundamentals

What is the purpose of Navy Coast Warfare (NCW)?
To protect the littoral sea areas (between blue and brown water) in order to ensure the uninterrupted flow of cargo and units.
104 Navy Expeditionary Organization Fundamentals

What is the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command mission statement?
"NECC provides rapid deployment and agile expeditionary forces, made up of active duty and reserve specialists, to warfare commanders in support of maritime security operations around the globe."
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What are UIC markings?
Markings that identify organizational ownership
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) marking?
Five-point solid black star
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What are the dimensions of a standard wood pallet?
40 x 48 inches.
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the load capacity of a standard wood pallet?
2000 lbs of supplies

or

3000 lbs of ammunition
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is a 463L pallet constructed of?
Aluminum shell with balsa wood core
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What are the dimensions of the 463L pallet?
What are the usable dimensions?
108 x 88 inches

104 x 84 inches of usable area
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the maximum cargo height on a 463L?
96 inches
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the weight of the 463L pallet?
290 lbs

355 with top net and two side nets
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the load capacity for a 463L pallet?
7,500 lbs without netting

10,000 with netting
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

Who developed the 463L pallet and when?
Lockheed Martin

Apri 1962
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

How many D-rings does the 463L pallet have?
Twenty-two; six on two sides and five on the other two.
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What are the dimensions of a TRICON?
6 1/2ft x 8ft x 8ft
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What are the dimensions of a standard ISO 20 Container?
8ft x 8ft x 20ft
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What are the dimensions of a SIXCON?
6 1/2ft x 8ft x 4ft
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What are SIXCONS used to carry?
Fuel or water
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the primary mission of the C-130 Hercules?
INTRA-theater (Tactical) airlift
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the Allowable Cargo Load (ACL) of the C-130 Hercules?
25,000 lbs
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

How many 463L pallet positions are on the C-130 Hercules?
Six
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

How many passagers can the C-130 Hercules hold?
Max. 90 over land, 74 over water
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the minimum runway length for the C-130 Hercules?
3,000ft
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the primary mission of the C-5 Galaxy?
INTER-theater (strategic) airlift
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the Allowable Cargo Load (ACL) for the C-5 Galaxy?
150,000 lbs
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

How many 463L pallet positions are on the C-5 Galaxy?
Thirty-six
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

How many passengers can the C-5 Galaxy hold?
343 over land, 329 over water
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the minimum runway length for the C-5 Galaxy?
6,000 ft
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the primary mission of the C-17 Globemaster III?
INTER and INTRA-theater (tactical and strategic) airlift
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the Allowable Cargo Load (ACL) of the C-17 Globemaster III?
90,000 lbs
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

How many 463L pallet positions does the C-17 Globemaster III have?
Eighteen
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the maximum number of passagers allowed on the C-17 Globemaster III?
102
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the minimum runway length for the C-17 Globemaster III?
3,000 ft.
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the mission of the KC-10 Extender?
Dual-purpose:

Air refueling
INTER-theater (strategic) airlift
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the Allowable Cargo Load (ACL) for the KC-10 Extender?
170,000 lbs of cargo

356,000 lbs of fuel
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

How many personnel can the KC-10 hold?
Seventy-five
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

How many 463L pallet positions does the KC-10 Extender have?
Seventeen with personnel, twenty-seven without
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the minimum length runway for the KC-10 Extender?
7,000 ft
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the primary and secondary mission of the KC-135 Stratotanker?
Primary: tanker, transferring fuel in-flight

Secondary: INTER-theater (strategic) airlift
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the Allowable Cargo Load (ACL) of the KC-135 Stratotanker?
83,000 lbs of cargo

or

200,000 lbs of fuel
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

How many 463L pallet positions does the KC-135 Stratotanker have?
Six
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

How many personnel can the KC-135 Stratotanker hold?
Thirty-seven
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the minimum length runway for the KC-135 Stratotanker?
7,000 ft
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is the Maritime Propositioning Force (MPF)'s mission?
Their mission is to rapidly establish a Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) ashore.
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

Where are the Maritime Prepositioning Force locations?
MPSRON-2, Indian Ocean, Diego Garcia
MPSRON-3, Pacific Ocean, Singapore
105 Embarkation and Debarkation Fundamentals

What is TPFDD and its contents?
Time Phase Force Deployment Data. It contains:

How a force will deploy
How many personnel will deploy
What equipment they will bring
What equipment is needed
Where the equipment will come from
What the cost of Troop movement will be
What the ultimate goal is
How they are going to get there
104 Navy Expeditionary Organization Fundamentals

What is NCW?
Naval Coastal Warfare
104 Navy Expeditionary Organization Fundamentals

What is the Mobile Security Detachment (MSD)?
Deployable operating detachments of security boats which provide force protection, security, surveillance, interdiction and point defense
104 Navy Expeditionary Organization Fundamentals

What is EOD?
Explosive Ordnance Disposal

Primary mission is to disarm and render safe any explosive devices
104 Navy Expeditionary Organization Fundamentals

What is the task of the Navy Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit?
To conduct harbor clearance