Study your flashcards anywhere!

Download the official Cram app for free >

  • Shuffle
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Alphabetize
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Front First
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Both Sides
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Read
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off

How to study your flashcards.

Right/Left arrow keys: Navigate between flashcards.right arrow keyleft arrow key

Up/Down arrow keys: Flip the card between the front and back.down keyup key

H key: Show hint (3rd side).h key

A key: Read text to speech.a key


Play button


Play button




Click to flip

63 Cards in this Set

  • Front
  • Back
3 objectives of first aid
*save life
*prevent further injury
*prevent infection
3 methods of controlling bleeding
*direct pressure
*pressure points
*tourniqet (last resort)
example of pressure point
neck, wrist, temple, jaw, collar bone, groin, etc.
symptoms of shock
*vacant or lackluster eyes
*shallow/irregular breathing
*cold, pale skin
*weak and/or absent pulse
treatment of shock
*lay victim down
*elevate feet 6-12" off the deck
*keep warm
*keep calm
3 classifications of burns
*1st: redness, warmth, tenderness, mild pain
*2nd: blistering, severe pain
*3rd: nerve damage
symptoms of heat exhaustion
*diliation of pupils
*cold, moist, clammy skin
*normal or subnormal body temp
treatment of heat exhaustion
move to cool area
place cool towels to head, *groin, and ankles.
*fan victim
*keep cool but not chilled
symptoms of heat stroke
*uneven pupil diliation
*dry, hot skin
8weak and/or rapid pulse
treatment of heat stroke
*douse with cold water
*move to coolest possible area
*apply cold, wet towels to neck, groin, ankles, etc.
maintain airway
*lay down with shoulders elevated.
difference in "open" and "closed" fracture
*open- protruding through skin
*closed- internal. skin not broken.
personnel rescue for electrical shock
DO NOT TOUCH! attempt to turn of power source.
treatment for electrical shock
check for pulse and breathing. if necessary, begin rescue breathing and/or CPR. seek immediate medical attention.
methods for clearing and obstructed airway.
Heimlich Manuver
Effects of cold weather injuries
*Hypotermia- general cooling of body. appear dead. faint/undetectable pulse.
*Superficial Frostbite- ice crystals on upper layer of skin. 32F or below.
*Deep Frostbite- deeper tissue ice crystals. 32F or below.
purpose of the Naval Aviation Safety Program.
preserve human and material readiness. enhances operational readiness by preserving the resources used in accomplishing the naval aviation mission.
safety responsibilities of Commanding Officer, Aviation Safety Officer, Ground Safety Officer, Department Head, Division Officer, Safety Petty officer and All Hands.
CO- enforce drills and instructions.
ASO- advisor to CO on aviation safety.
GSO- advisore to CO on ground safety.
DH- coordinates with safety officer and supervises Dept. Division Safety Officer.
DO- enforces compliance
SPO- central point for workcenter safety.
All Hands- responsile for following safety.
functions of Safety Council/ Enlisted Safety Committee
set goals, manage assets, and renew safety related recommendations.
how do human error, maintenance and support factors, administrative and supervisory factors, material failures or malfunctions, and enviornmental factors.
*human error- physical and mental (ergonomics, strength, stress).
*maint. and support- improper priority assignment, lack of QA.
*admin and supervisory- improper supervision or faiulre to meet PQS.
*mat. falures or malfunctions- faulty design, defective manufacture or repair.
* enviornmental- Act of God
Define Class A, B, C, D mishaps.
A- $1 million or more, fatality or permanent total disaility.
B- $200k-$1 million, permanent partial disability, 3+ inpatient hospital.
C- $10k-$200k. non-fatal injury causing missed work.
D- less than $10k, non-fatal injury, no lost days, or first aid case.
odjective of Aviation Gas-Free Engineering Program (AVGFE).
ensure a safe working enviornment is maintained while working on aeronautical equipment fuel systems..
hazards associated with RF energy
biological changes, cataracts, life-threatening electric shock, burns, igniting flammable materials.
purpose of Laser Safety Hazard Control Program.
design a series of safety factors established when using lasers.
purpose of safety stand down
devote time to safety and training, awareness and enhancement of the command safety climate.
concept of ORM
systematic, decision-making process used to identify and manage hazards that endanger naval resources.
explain the ORM steps.
Identifying Hazards- outline hazards
Assessing Hazards- determine risks
Making Risk Decisions- benefit vs. risk
Implementing Controls- eliminate hazard or reduce risk
Supervising- follow-up to ensure conrols remain in place.
dual chain of command for operating forces
operational- Sec of Def to CO
admin- SecNav to CNO
operational chain of command
*Unified- 2 or moe different services.
Specified- 1 service. road continuing mission.
*Fleet Commanders-
CINCPAC: 3rd & 7th
*Task Force Commander
*Task Unit Commander
administrative chain of command
SECNAV- civilian, policies and control of DoN.
CNO- Joint Chiefs rep., advisor to SECNAV.
CINC- command fleet. PAC, LANT,USNAVEO
Naval Air Force Commander- certain type of squadron. aircraft controlling custodian. air commands and NAVAIRSYSCOMS for exercising administrative control of assignment, employment, and logistics support. COMNAVAIRPAC, COMNAVAIRLANT, etc.
Functional Wing Commander- responsible for aircraft readiness and squadrons under their command.
Type Squadron Commander- responsible for maintenance and material condition for operation and support of naval aviation mission.
role of MCPON, Fleet Master Chief, Force Master Chief, and CMC.
MCPON-senior enlisted advisore to CNO and Chief of Naval Personnel.
Fleet MC-advisor to CINC (6)
Force MC-keep force commanders up-to-date on siuations (22).
CMC-enlisted advisor to CO.
Aviation Boatswain Mate
operate, maintain, repair catapault, arresting gear, and barricades. operate and maintain fuel and lube oil transfer systems. direct aircraft. position aircraft and use SE to start aircraft.
Air Traffic Controller
communicate with aircrafts and keep track of air traffic.
Aviation Machinists Mate
Aviation Electricians Mate
Aerographers Mate
Aviation Storekeeper
Aviation Structural Mechanic
Aviation Ordnanceman
Aviation Support Equipment Technician
Aviation Electronics Technician
Aviation Ware Systems Operator
Aviation Maintenance Administrator
Aircrew Survival Equipmentman
Photographers Mate
6 Areas of Naval Doctrine
*Naval Warfare
*Naval Intelligence
*Naval Operations
*Naval Logistics
*Naval Planning
*Command and Control
Recon/Surv. support
gives troops an idea of what is ahead. keeps track of what the enemy is doing. helps us to plan better strategy.
Antisub support
search, track, and kill subs.
Amphibious Assault support
ground troops by sea. sneaky.
Logistics Support
information for warfare attacks.
SAR support
recovary of crew, on water and land, as well as aircraft.
Mine Warfare
search and destroy mines.
conditions that led to the formation of the Navy.
13 October 1775
Esek Hopkins- first Commander-in-Chief.
taxation without representation.
qualities that characterize Navy/Marine Corps.
readiness, flexibility, mobility, self-sustainability.
3 levels of war
strategic- supporting national goals.
operational- based in theater.
tactical- combination of both.
importance of Naval Intelligence Operations
Intel during peace time ops helps to plan if ever an enemy tries to attack. we have the knowledge of what the enemy is up to and the status of our troops in the area.
mission of Naval Logistics
Fleet-based-replenishment, combat support, mobile repair, and advanced logistics.
Strategic- provided by air and sea by all services.
Coral Sea
7-8 May 1942.
Japanese sank the Lexington.
Yorktown damaged.
First carrier vs. carrier
3-5 June 1942
Pacific War turning point
Japanese sank Yorktown
Admiral Nimitz
13-15 November 1943
5 carriers
9 Feb 1943 island secured
8 May 1911
birth of Naval Aviation.
Cpt. W.I. Chambers bought 2 Glenn Curtis biplanes.
ordered first two a/c.
USS Langley
first aircraft carrier.
originally USS Jupiter (coal)
F-J1 Fury
first jet powered aircraft
first landing on USS Boxer
Alan Shepard
first naval aviator in space
Mercury, Freedom 7
5 May 1961