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Discuss the conditions that led to the formation of the Navy.
Disrupt British re-supply lines with a sea based offensive lead by Gen. George Washington
The first ship in commission.
USS Alfred 3DEC1775
State the qualities that characterize the Navy/Marine Corps team an instruments to support national policies.
Readiness, Flexibility, Self-Sustainability, Mobility

When is the U.S. Navy birthday?

13OCT1775

Who is the father of the Navy?

CPT. John Paul Jones

Discuss the conditions that led to the creation of the Seabees.

Civilian contractors couldn't effectively be used in war. RADM. Ben Moreell recommended creation of Seabees

Seabee's birthday

5MAR42

Battle of Coral Sea

7-8May1942 First naval battle fought entirely be aircraft. Neither fleet seen each other.

Invasion of Normandy

6Jun1944 Largest amphibious operation in history. (Operation Over Lord)

Name the beaches of Normandy

Omaha, Utah, Juno, Sword, and Gold

Battle of Midway

4-7Jun1942 Turning point of the war in the Pacific

Discuss the conditions that led to the creation of Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal and Navy Divers.

During WWII volunteers trained with British UXO. EOD originally Mobile Explosive Investigative Unit (MEIU)

Maritime Civil Affairs and Training Command (MCASTC)

Execute civilian to military operations and military to military training

Expeditionary Combat Readiness Command (ECRC)

Directly assists individual augmentees (IAs)

First six Navy frigates

Constellation, Constitution, Congress, Chesapeake, President, and United States

Ships involved in Coral Sea

USS Lexington, and USS Yorktown. Lost the Lexington

Ships involved in Midway

USS Yorkton, Hornet, Enterprise, and Hammann. Lost the Yorktown and Hammann

Discuss historical development of the Navy Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) program.

Program to protect personnel and property

Explain safety program responsibilities of the Executive Officer.

Designated command ORM manager

What is the purpose of ORM?

Decision making tool used to identify, assess and manage risks. Minimizes risk to an acceptable level.

3 types of ORM controls

Engineering, Administrative, and PPE

3 types of ORM

Time-Critical, Deliberate, and In-Depth

5 steps of ORM (IAMIS)

Identify the hazards, assess the hazards, make risk decisions, implement controls, supervise

4 principles of ORM

Accept risk when benefit outweigh the cost, accept no unnecessary risk, anticipate and manage risk, make risk decision at the right level

Category 1 hazard severity code
Loss of mission capability, or death

Category 2 hazard severity code

Significantly degraded mission capability, or severe injury

Category 3 hazard severity code

Degraded mission capability, minor equipment damage

Category 4 hazard severity code

Little or no impact to mission capability, or minor injury

Mishap probability subcategory A

Likely to occur

Mishap probability subcategory B

Probably will occur

Mishap probability subcategory C

May occur

Mishap probability subcategory D

Unlikely to occur

Define Hazard Severity

Potential consequence that can occur as a result of a hazard

Define Hazard Probability

Likelihood that a consequence may occur as a result of a hazard

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Last line of defense to reduce or eliminate personnel exposure to hazards

Explain the function of the Safety Councils and Committees.

Develop recommendations for policies and analyze progress

The purpose of a mishap investigation and who's responsible for conducting the investigation

The safety officer. To determine how and why an event occured

Preferred control measures for fall hazards

Elimination


Prevention


Engineering controls


Administrative controls


PPE

Mishap classification: Class A

Damage in an amount of $1 million or more, or a personnel fatality of permanent disability

Mishap classification: Class B

Damage cost of $200,000 or more and less than $1million, an injury resulting in partial disability, or multiply personnel hospitalized

Mishap classification: Class C

Less than $200,000 of damage, or personnel missing one or more days of work

At what decibels is single and double hearing protection required?

Single: 84dba or 140dba(peak), double: 104dba

Joint Inspection

Use of a DD Form 2133 to ensure cargo is safe and ready to fly

463L Pallet

Aluminum shell with wood frame, 22 tie downs, 10,000lbs capacity, 88"x108"

C-5 Galaxy

Inter-theater transport, 150,000lbs capacity, 36 pallets, 348 passengers

C-17 Globemaster

Inter-theater transport, 90,000lbs capacity, 18 pallets in restraint rail system or 11 pallets in aerial delivery system, 102 passengers

C-130 Hercules

Intra-theater transport, 25,000lbs capacity, 6 pallets 90 passengers

Procedures to calculate the center of balance for Civil Engineering Support Equipment (CESE)

(D1xW1)+(D2xW2)/(W1+W2)=CB


RDL=front of CESE, D1= distance from RDL to front axel, D2=distance form RDL to rear axel, W1=weight of front axel, W2=weight of rear axel, CB=center of balance(distance in inches from RDL)

Time-Phased Force Deployment Data (TPFDD)

Prioritized transportation movement document needed to sustain forces during force planning

Op Funds

Funds distributed to commands to fund their operating schedule for the year

10 Army classes of supply

Rations, Expendables, Oils, Construction materials, Ammo, Personal demand items, Major end items, Medical materials, Repair parts, Materials to support nonmilitary programs

Different types of cargo containers

ISU-90, TRICON, CONEX, HALFCON, SIXCON

Allowable Cargo Load (ACL)

Amount of cargo that may be transported by aircraft

Marshalling

Process to move cargo to temporary staging area

Four types of cargo shoring used during embarkation operations

Sleeper, rolling, parking, approaching

Arrival Airfield Control Group (AACG)

Responsible for receiving airlifted items from airfield to deployment site

Departure Airfield Control Group (DACG)

Responsible for controlling flow of cargo from the marshalling area to the aircraft

Convoy troop leading procedures

(BAMCIS)Begin planning, Arrange recon., Make recon., Complete the plan, Issue the order, Supervise

General planning considerations

(METT-TC) Mission, Enemy, Terrain, Troops available, Time available, Civilian consideration

Operating Target (OPTAR)

Funds for repairable and consumable parts and materials

DD Form 1348-6

Requisitioning of a single line item

NAVCOMPT 2276

Request for contractual procurement

NAVSUP 1250-2

Requisitioning of a non NSN item

DD Form 448

Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR)

SF 44

For on the spot purchases of supplies

DD Form 1155

Order for supplies or services

SF 1449

Contract/Order for commercial items

SF 30

Amendment/modification of contract

DD Form 200

Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss

Joint Acquisition Review Board (JARB)

Review system to ensure the command is making good financial decisions

Joint Facilities Utilization Board

Evaluates and reconciles component request for real estate

State the purpose of first aid
Save lives and prevent further injuries

Symptoms of shock

Nausea, weak pulse, pale skin, shallow breathing, dilated eyes

Rule of Nines

Used to give an estimate of surface area burned

Treatment of burns

Treat for bleeding, and shocks. Wrap burns in dry sterile gauze

Stokes stretcher

Basket style stretcher

Nine line MEDIVAC

1-Location of pick up


2-Radio freq


3-Number of patients(urgent, priority, routine)


4-Special equipment


5-Number of patients (litter, ambulatory)


6-Security at pick-up


7-Method of marking site


8-Patient nationality


9-CBR Contamination

TCCC triage categories

Immediate, Delayed, Minimal, Expectant

M.I.S.T.

Mechanism of injury, Injuries or illness, Symptoms and vital signs, Treatment given. Given after a 9-line for amplifying information

Prowords

Words with assigned meanings to expedite messages

OODA

Observe, Orient, Decide, Act

Purpose of Naval Intelligence

Gather info concerning foreign countries

3 Levels of Intelligence

Strategic


Operational


Tactical

Fundamentals of Naval Intelligence

Principles


Key attributes


Intel sources


Process of intel

Intelligence Cycle

Planning & Direction


Collection


Processing


Production


Dissemination

Operation Plan (OPLAN)

Statement of a course to be followed to accomplish a mission

Operation Order (OPORD)

Puts the OPLAN into effect

Warning Order (WARNORD)

Statement advising of friendly/enemy situation

Concept of Operations (CONOPS)

Designed to give an overall picture of the operation

Speed of a routine message (R)

6 hours or less

Speed of a priority message (P)

3 hours or less

Speed of an immediate message (O)

30 minutes of less

Speed of a flash message (Z)

ASAP

EEFI

Essential Elements of Friendly Information.


Info if revealed would degrade security of military operations

BEADWINDOW

Unauthorized disclosure over a non-secured network

HF frequencies

3MHz - 30MHz


Over the horizon

VHF frequencies

30MHz - 300MHz


Line of Sight

UHF frequencies

300MHz - 3GHz


Line of Sight

SATCOM frequencies

3GHz - 30GHz


Satellite

CEOI

Communication Electronic Operating Instructions

Operational Control (OPCON)

Authority to perform functions of command over subordinate forces

Tactical Control (TACON)

Authority limited to the operational area to accomplish missions

Administrative Control (ADCON)

Authority to fulfill military statutory responsibilities for admin and support

Combat Command (COCOM)

Authority to organize and employ commands to accomplish assigned missions

OPREP 3, Navy Blue

Incidents of high level Navy interest (Rape, Murder) Goes up to CNO

OPREP 3, Unit SITREP

Incidents that don't meet Navy Blue criteria (ND, DUI, EO) Goes to CO of ISIC

B.A.M.C.I.S.

Begin planning, Arrange recon., Make recon., Complete the plan, Issue the order, Supervise

SALUTE report

Size, Activity, Location, Unit, Time, Equipment

SPOT report

Size, Position, Observation, Time

Twelve patrol planning and preparation steps
Study the mission, Plan use of time, Study terrain, Organize patrol, Select equipment, Issue warning order, Co-ordinate, Recon., Detail plan, Issue patrol order, Execute, Supervise
Tactical wire entanglement

Break up enemy formation XXXXXX


Placed along front on the defensive line

Protective wire entanglement

Prevent surprise assaults X-X-X-X-X


Placed around fighting positions at hand grenade range (35 - 50m)

Supplementary wire entanglement

Directly in front of FEBA X=X=X=X=X


Placed to conceal the exact line of tactical wire

FEBA

Forward Edge of Battle Area

Establishing a LZ

Level, 100'X100', Distance 10xs the height of the tallest tree

Code of Conduct Article I

I am an American, fighting in the force which guards my country and our way of life. I am prepared to give my life in their defense.

Code of Conduct Article II

I will never surrender of my own free will. If in command, I will never surrender the members of my command while they still have the means to resist.

Code of Conduct Article III

If I am captured I will continue to resist by all means available. I will make every effort to escape and to aid others to escape. I will accept neither parole nor special favors from the enemy.

Code of Conduct Article IV

If I become a prisoner of war, I will keep faith with my fellow prisoners. I will give no information or take part in any action which might be harmful to my comrades. If I am senior, I will take command. If not, I will obey the lawful orders of those appointed over me and will back them up in every way.

Code of Conduct Article V
When questioned, should I become a prisoner of war, I am required to give name, rank, service number, and date of birth. I will evade answering further questions to the utmost of my ability. I will make no oral or written statement disloyal to my country and its allies or harmful to their cause.

Code of Conduct Article VI

I will never forget that I am an American, fighting for freedom, responsible for my actions, and dedicated to the principles which made my country free. I will trust in my God and in the United States of America.

Handling of Enemy Prisoners Of War

Search, Secure, Silence, Segregate, Safeguard, Speed

Elements of a fire plan sketch

Sectors of fire, fighting positions direction of fire, position of fire team leader

METT-TC

Mission analysis, Enemy forces, Terrain and weather, Troops and support, Time available, Civilian consideration

KOCOA

Key terrain, Observation, Cover and concealment, Obstacles of approach, Avenue of Approach

SAFE

Secure area, Automatic weapons, Fields of fire, Entrenchments

DRAW-D

Defend, Re-enforce, Attack, Withdraw, Delay

FPCON Normal

General threat

FPCON Alpha

Increased threat

FPCON Bravo

More predictable threat

FPCON Charlie

Threat imminent

FPCON Delta

Threat has occured

AT/FP Plans

Measures to prepare and protect critical assets and personnel based on terror threat level

Deadly Force

Force that is likely to cause, or that a person knows or should know would create a substantial risk of causing, death or serious bodily harm or injury.

Circumstances that deadly force is authorized

Self-defense and defense of other DOD personnel, Defense of other non-DOD personnel, Assets vital to national security, Inherently dangerous property, National critical infrastructure, Arrest or apprehension, or preventing escape, Defense against vicious animals.

Six steps in escalation of force

Presence, Verbal, Soft control, Hard control, Non-lethal weapons, Lethal weapons

Different classes of CESE

A - Continuing assignment


B - Recurring dispatch assignment


C - Pool vehicles

Boat shadowing

Following a vessel with a patrol boat

Boat herding

Positioning a patrol boat to alter a vessels direction

Boat shouldering

Using a patrol boat to force a vessel off course

Seaward Continuum of Force Level I

Presence, hailing, sirens, hand movements

Seaward Continuum of Force Level II

Flares, spotlights, train weapons

Seaward Continuum of Force Level III

Warning shots

Seaward Continuum of Force Level IV

Disabling fire

JSLIST (Chemical Protective Ensemble)

Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology

Nerve Agent Antidote Kit (NAAK)

First aid treatment against nerve agents


(3 Atropine injectors, and 3 2-Pam chloride injectors)

Gas mask

MCU-2A/P

MOPP 0

Carry mask

MOPP 1

Carry mask, don over garment

MOPP 2

Carry mask, don boots

MOPP 3

Don mask and hood

MOPP 4

Don gloves

M8 chemical detector paper

Detects liquid nerve or blister agents


Red = Blister


Yellow = G-Nerve


Green = V Nerve

M9 chemical detector tape

Detects liquid chemical agents. Turns red

M256 chemical detector kit

Detects liquid or vapor blood, blister and nerve agents

NATO Radiological marker

White with black "ATOM"

NATO Biological marker

Blue with red "BIO"

NATO Chemical marker

Yellow with red "GAS"

M291 Decontamination Kit

Decontaminate exposed skin in chemical environment

M295 Decontamination Kit

Decontaminate equipment of chemical agents

M100 Sorbent Decontamination System

Powder to remove chemical agents from surfaces, not for skin

Chemical casualty agents

Intended to kill (Blister, Blood, Choking, and Nerve Agents)

Chemical incapacitating agents

Interferes with processes to control bodily functions

Chemical harassing agents

Cause temporary disability

First use of chemical weapon in war

22APR1915 Leper, Belgium. Chlorine gas

M9 Pistol

9mm, Max. effective 50m, max range 1,800m

M4A1 Carbine rifle

5.56mm, gas operated, Max. effective point 500m, Max. effective area 600m, Max range 3,600m

M500 Shotgun

12 gauge, Max. effective 50yds-buck, 100yds-slug, Max range 660yds-buck, 1,180yds-slug

M240B/N

7.62mm Max. effective point 800m, Max. effective area 1800m, Max range 3,725m

M2HB

.50 caliber, Max effective 2,000yds, Max range 7,400yds.

Beadwindow EEFI disclosure list

1-Position


2-Capabilities


3-Operations


4-Electronic Warfare


5-Personnel


6-COMSEC


7-Innapropriate transmission

Communication Electronic Operating Instruction (CEOI)

Assist with determining the frequency nets required

Types of circuits and nets

Tactical, Administrative, Directed, Free

Elements of Globally Harmonized System (GHS)

Symbols


Signal Words (Danger, Caution, Warning, etc.)


Hazard Statements

Convoy Formations

File/Column


Staggered


Offset


Inverted T


Diamond

Angle of a grenade sump

30 degrees

Colors on a land map

Black - Man made features


Blue - Water


Red - Populated Areas


Brown - Contour lines


Green - Vegetation

Fire Team Formations

Column


Wedge


Skirmishers


Echelon

Pieing

Technique for clearing dead space in a room

Warning Shots

Seaward only


Crew Served or Rifle Only


Aim, Offset, Depress

SECNAV's five energy goals

-Increase alternative energy use DON wide


-Increase alternative energy ashore


-Sail the "Great Green Fleet"


-Reduce non-tactical petroleum use


-Energy efficient acquistions

Effects of nuclear weapons

Blast


Thermal radiation


Nuclear radiation


Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)

Levels of decontamination

Immediate - to minimize casualties


Operational - to sustain operations


Thorough - to eliminate need for protective clothing

Navy's Depot Level Repair (DLR)

Means of battling increasing cost of repair parts

Types of convoy communications

Vehicle Internal


Vehicle to Vehicle


External to Vehicle

Combat gauze

Special gauze used in field aid to control bleeding. Apply within 3 minutes on extremities only

Three methods of communications in areas where communications is not reliable

Whistle


Arm and hand


Special signals

FRAGO

Used to change or modify an order after an OPORD has been issued

EXORD

Order to initiate military operations as directed.


Issued by the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff by direction of the SECDEF

Development of an intelligence/tactical picture

Formed from all source in the battlespace

Purpose of the date time group on a naval message

Identification, tracking and filing purpose


(2 digit day, 4 digit zulu time, 3 letter month and 4 digit year) DDTTTTMMMYYYY

Factors that affect radio communications

Weather


Terrain


Radio power


Man made objects

Land Nav. Resection

Locating a user's unknown position by sighting 2 or 3 known features

Land Nav. Intersection

Finding an unknown point by sighting two or more known points

Phases of terrorist attacks

Target Options


Selection Surveillance


Target Selection


Detailed Surveillance


Training and Preparation


Attack

Criticality of an Asset (CA)

Determined by the importance that its destruction would have on mission-essential operations

Vulnerability Assessment (VA)

What kind of attack is the asset most/least vulnerable to

Priorities of establishing a defense

Protection


Dispersion


Concealment


Covered Routes


Fire Hazards


Fields of Fire


Time


Observation

Info on a TPFDD

Lift requirements for supplies, equipment. and replacement personnel needed to sustain forces during force planning

Military Sealift Command (MSC) mission

Provide ocean transport of equipment, fuel and ammo to sustain U.S. forces

Types of special gauze used in field first aid to control bleeding

Quikclot combat gauze = pro-coagulant


Chitogauze = tissue adherent

Communications plan

Details what frequencies are assigned to Specific units

Nature and purpose, and process of command and control

Enable the commander to understand the situation in his battlespace

7 general instructions of a warning order

Weapons


Uniforms


Equipment


Chain of Command


Time schedule


Tasks


Communication

Access

Ability to obtain knowledge of classified information

Tactical circuit

For tactical traffic

Administrative circuit

Used for harbor comms.

Directed net.

Must obtain permission from Net Control Station (NECOS)

Free nets.

Not required to obtain permission

Naval message vs. E-mail

Naval message - Formal and secure, can be tracked


E-mail - Informal and unsecure, can't be tracked

Aimed quick fire

Focus on target and bring weapon up to firing eye

Pointing quick fire

Point at contact and bring up weapon so they naturally allign

Instinctive shooting

Keeping weapon up and turning the weapon with the body turning

Elements of mission planning

Mission analysis


Course of action development


Course of action war game


Course of action comparison


Order development

Standing Rules Of Engagement (SROE)

Provide guidance on the use of force to accomplish a mission or exercise self-defense

Guard mount

Standardized watch turnover procedures

MOPP Level 1

Enemy has CBR capabilities

MOPP Level 2

Enemy has expressed willingness to use CBR weapons

MOPP Level 3

Enemy has intention to use CBR weapons

MOPP Level 4

CBR attack is imminent

MOPP 1 afloat

JSLIST and mask available

MOPP 2 afloat

Activate detectors, carry mask, M8/M9 paper

MOPP 3 afloat

Don suits and boots, countermeasure wash down

MOPP 4 afloat

Don gloves and mask

5 initiatives to increase energy efficiency

-More efficient ECUs


-Insulated shelters


-Improve energy efficiency for CESE


-Improve potable water generation efficiency


-LED lighting

TCCC Phases

Care Under Fire


Tactical Field Care


Tactical Evacuation Care