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10 Cards in this Set

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Discuss security zones.
- Assessment
- Warning
- Threat
Discuss the different types of waterways.
Inland Waters- The navigable waters of the United States shoreward of the navigational demarcation lines dividing the high seas from harbors, rivers, and other inland waters of the United States and the waters of the Great Lakes on the United States side of the International Boundary.
- Inland Rules or “Rules” mean the Inland Navigational Rules and the annexes thereto, which govern the conduct of vessels and specify the lights, shapes, and sound signals that apply on inland waters.
- International Waters generally means outside of 12 NM of the continental baseline.
Sections of a Patrol Brief
1. ROE/RUF guidelines
2. Status-of-forces agreement
3. Intelligence update
4. Previous watch events
5. Current FPCON
6. Post-specific orders
7. Chain of command
8. Communications procedures (callsigns, prowords, signal plan)
9. Location of available resources, such as EOD, MWD, and reaction forces
10. Location of medical personnel
11. Location of key personnel 12. Location of HN and friendly forces
13. Weapon issue/return, armory, and clearing barrel procedures
14. Meal and water resupply.
Discuss SORTS.
The Status of Resources and Training System Joint Report-Navy is the principal report within the U.S. Navy for use by designated Navy, Military Sealift Command (MSC), and U.S. Coast Guard units to provide readiness and general status data to the National Command Authorities (NCA), the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), fleet commanders, and other operational commanders.
Discuss CASREP.
A CASREP is a message report submitted to document a significant casualty affecting equipment essential for the performance of designated mission areas.
Discuss a LOGREQ.
This information is submitted by speedletter where possible, but is usually sent by message so as to be received at least three working days prior to ships ETA. Ships proceeding in company will furnish this information to the senior commander embarked who will coordinate the data and submit it as a single message. These requests may be for stores that are needed, number of brows, number of cars on the pier, etc.
Discuss a SITREP.
The Commander’s SITREP is a multipurpose, narrative report submitted IAW US Message Text Formatting (USMTF) instructions found in Military Standard (MIL STD) 6040. It keeps addressees informed and enables the commands and Services concerned to expect and prepare for potential effects.
Discuss waterborne threats.
- Deep draft
- Small Boat
- Subsurface
Discuss blocking.
Putting the screening boat between the potential threat and the HVA.
Discuss shouldering.
Maneuvering the screening boat to change the course of the potential threat.