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HERO Safe Ordnance
Ordnance shielded from RF environment
HERO Susceptible Ordnance
Ordnance containing EED's proven to be affected by RF energy
HERO Unreliable Ordnance
Ordnance whose performance is degraded due to RF exposure

HERO Unsafe Ordnance

Ordnance internal wiring is exposed to a RF environment

Compass Variation

Angle between magnetic and geographical meridians

Compass Deviation

Amount that the compass is deflected from the magnetic meridian due to effects of the ship

Compass Rose North

Outer ring is true north, inner ring is magnetic north

Plan of Intended Movement (PIM)

Pre-planned course

Line of Position (LOP)

Position of a boat determined by methods of plotting

Dead Reckoning

Determining a boats position by its speed, time and course of its last know position

Relative Bearing

Direction based off the boats bow

International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA)

System of buoyage for conveying navigational information to mariners


Direction of a point from the vessel

Position angle

Angle between the horizon and an aircraft

Target angle

Bearing of your vessel from another vessel

Required lights on a vessel

Green=STBD 112.5*, Red=Port 112.5*, White=All around. Less than 50m 360*, more than 50m 225* fore and 135* aft.

HVA Screen Boat

Detect, identify and warn off possible threats

HVA Reaction Boat

Engage hostile vessel

Harbor Approach Defense

Provide safe passage of strategic sealift to and from deep waters

Rules of Engagement (ROE)

Provide authority to use all means available to defend against a hostile act

Rule on Use of Force (RUF)

Used when it appears force is necessary for self defense of defense of others

Intercept Zone

Hail and warn away vessels

React Zone

Contacts are engaged

Random Antiterrorism Measure (RAM)

Employed to deny terrorist target predictability

Weapons de-conflicting procedures

Divide operational area between static weapons fields of fire and boat operational area

Slow Fire

Less than 40 rounds per minute

Rapid Fire

More than 40 rounds per minute

Cycle Fire

Full auto without a break in firing

Five antiterrorism goals






Elements of convoy strip map

Start points, rally points, check points, routes, choke points, landing zones

Convoy clearing techniques

Deliberate high clear, deliberate low clear, hasty clear

Rifle Tactical Carry

No immediate threat present

Buttstock at hip with muzzle pointed upwards at 45 degrees

Rifle Alert Carry

Enemy contact is likely

Buttstock in shoulder with muzzle pointed downwards at 45 degree

Rifle Ready Carry

Contact with enemy is imminent

Buttstock in shoulder with muzzle pointed towards enemies


30-512MHz, VHF/UHF, 100 channels, 20w max power output, VINSON


1.6-59.99MHz, HF/VHF, 75 presets 200 channels, ANDVT & VINSON


30-512MHz, VHF/UHF, 99 channels, ANDVT


Key Encryption Key

EMCON (Emission Control)

Keeping transmissions to a minimum to eliminate the enemy's ability to locate friendly transmitters

Territorial Seas

12 miles from nation coast line controlled by that nation

Contiguous Seas

24 miles from nation coast line, nation may exercise control

Procedures for conducting a site survey

Site team deploys to Area of Operation (AR) and conducts photos, sketches, maps, and ensure comms. equipment will operate in area

Casualty Evacuation Plan

Follow TCCC protocols



Distance between food service and latrine


Distance between food service and billeting


Distance between billeting and latrine


Distance between graywater and latrine


Distance between generator and billeting


Distance between latrine/billeting/food service and road


Distance between latrine/billeting/food service and fuel


Field environment sleep discipline

3-4 hours per every 24 hours

High Risk Training

Training that exposes personnel and equipment to death, disability or loss

Requirements for high risk training

Emergency action plan

TTO procedures


Medical risk screening

Master Scenario Event Listing (MSEL)

Details of all scripted training events

Exercise Drill Guide (EDG)

Descriptions and procedures for each training drill

1st General Order

To take charge of my post and all government property in view

2nd General Order

To walk my post in a military manner, keeping always on the alert, and observing everything that takes place within sight or hearing

3rd General Order

To report all violations of orders I am instructed to enforce

4th General Order

To repeat all calls to post more distant from the guard house than my own

5th General Order

To quit my post only when properly relieved

6th General Order

To receive, obey and pass on to then sentry who relieves me, all orders from the CO, CDO, OOD, and officers and POOW only

7th General Order

To talk to no one except in the line of duty

8th General Order

To give the alarm in case of fire or disorder

9th General Order

To call the OOD in any case not covered by instruction

10th General Order

To salute all officers and all colors and standards not cased

11th General Order

To be especially watchful at night, and during times for challenging, to challenge all persons on or near my post and allow no one to pass without proper authority

Principles of aircraft/flight line defense

Defendable ingress and egress points

Guards in/outside of aircraft

Crew served weapons emplacements

Mean high/low tide

Average height of high/low tide

Flood Current

Movement of water towards the shore

Ebb Current

Movement of water away the shore

Slack Water

Water with little or no current

Cardinal System

Use of buoy to mark dangers relative to the buoy

Elements of an fire team in MOUT

Assault Force

Support Force

Security Force

Elements of an Assault Force in a Fire Team

Clearing Team

Covering Team

Components of the Fleet Readiness Training Program (FRTP)

Maintenance Phase

Basic Phase

Advanced Phase

Sustainment Phase

Lateral System

Use of buoys and beacons to mark lateral limits of a channel


Direction of a current


Velocity of the current

Alternate Bounding

Rear two personnel alternate being rear security in the fire team

Successive Bounding
Rear personnel maintains rearward security in the fire team

Weapons Tight

Gunner trains weapon in a safe direction in a non-threatening manner

Collective Self-Defense

Defense of designated non-US Military Forces

Phases of inspecting watercrafts

Pre-boarding Phase

Threat Assessment Phase

Security Phase

Inspection Phase

Prearranged Code

Immediate Action

Debarkation Phase

Post-boarding Phase

Three basic features of an effective unit training program


Evaluation and Inspection

Analysis and Improvement

Demand Assigned Multiple Access (DAMA)

System to assign communication channels based on requests


International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea

International/Inland Rules


Steering and Sailing rules

Lights and Shapes

Sound and Light Signals


Duration of short and long blast

Short - 1 second

Long - 4-6 seconds


Vessel 12m or more shall have whistle and bell

Vessel 100m or more shall have whistle, bell, and gong

Port Security

Defense of designated water terminals, piers and HVAs

Harbor Defense

Protection of harbors, ports, anchorages, and shore facilities

Waterborne defensive measures

Craft of opportunity

Host-nation support

Floating barriers

Static weapon emplacements

Electronic sensors

Observation posts

MSC Service support


Rescue and salvage

Submarine support

Cable laying and repair

MSC Special mission

Oceanographic surveys

Underwater surveillance

Missile tracking

Acoustic surveys

MSC Sealift

Provide cost effective ocean transportation for the DOD

MSC Maritime Prepositioning Force

Provide quick movement of military gear between operational area

MSC Combat Logistic Force

Supply lines to Navy surface ships

Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ)

Up to 200 miles from shore line. Nation may have sovereign rights, but not sovereignty.

Ways to bury waste in the field

Cat Hole

Straddle Trench

Requirements for effective training

Dynamic Instruction

Positive Leadership


Long Range Training Plan

Identify milestones that play a role in the training of the crew

Quarterly Training Plan

Identify unit plans that may affect the scheduling of training

Monthly/Weekly Training Plan

Develop a detailed plan for training

Elements for controlling civil disturbances

Control Force

Negotiating Team

Special Response Team

Control Force Actions

Isolate the area

Protect likely targets

Exerting control

Indicators of a potential civil disturbance

Orientation, Massing, Chanting, Signaling, Blocking, Arming, Outside influence, Agitators, Absence of children

Techniques for preventing crowd escalation

Early contact

Crowd warning

Limit crowd size

Clear routes

Establish lethal overview


3 layers of ECP defense

Assessment Zone

Warning Zone

Threat Zone

AN PRC 150 ports





AN PRC 117F ports

J1-Audio/Fill Data


J5-VHF Low antenna (30-89.999Mhz)

J8-VHF High/UHF antenna (VHF 90-224.999Mhz)

When is a craft considered overtaken

22.5* abaft beam

What is represented in the EXW insignia

Waves=Navy Heritage

Cutlass=Enlisted Qualification

Rifle=Expeditionary Operations

What do the 3 stars on a coxswain pin represent

The first three riverine operations during the Vietnam War

Operation Game Warden

Operation Market Time

Operation Sealords