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What are 3 objectives of first aid?

Prevent further injury, infection, and loss of life.

What is a pressure point?

A main artery that lies over a bone and under the skin.

What are the 11 pressure points?

Temple, Jaw, Neck, Collar Bone, Inner upper arm, inner elbow, wrist, upper thigh, groin, knee, ankle.

Name the 5 types of shock.

Septic


Neurogenic


Anaphylactic


Cardiogenic


Hypovolemic

What are 3 classes of mishaps?

Class Alpha: $2 mil or more in damage, death or permanent total disability.


Class Bravo: 500k-$2 mil in damage, permanent partial disability, 3 or more people hospitalized.


Class Charlie: $50k-500k in damage. Non fatal injuries that causes more than one workday lost.

What is chemical warfare?

Use of chemical agents to kill, seriously injure, or incapacitate personnel.

What are the 4 types of chemical agents?

Nerve, blister, blood, choking

What does the M9 Chemical Agent Detector Paper do?

Detects presence of liquid chemical agents.

What is Atropine/2-PAM-Chloride Auto Injector do?

Used as specific therapy for nerve agent casualties.

What is Biological Warfare?

Use of agents to cause disease, sickness, or death.

What are the 2 kinds of biological warfare?

Pathogens and Toxins

What is radiological warfare?

Deliberate use to radiological weapons to produce widespread injury and death.

What are the 5 types of nuclear explosions?

High Altitude Air Burst


Air Burst


Surface Burst


Shallow Underwater Burst


Deep Underwater Burst

Where are ready and deep shelters aboard ships?

Ready: inside weather envelope with access to deep shelters


Deep: located low in the ship near the centerline

What is MOPP?

Mission Oriented Protective Posture

What is the fire triangle?

Oxygen, Heat, Fuel mixed with chain chemical reaction.

What are the 4 classes of fire and how do you extinguish it?

Alpha: combustible materials - water or AFFF


Bravo: flammable liquids - AFFF, Halon, PKP, CO2


Charlie: energized electrical fire - CO2, Halon, PKP, water fog (min 4 ft away)


Delta: combustible metal - high velocity fog

What is Halon?

Bromochlorodifluoromethane

What is PKP?

Potassium Bicarbonate (Purple K Powder)

What is a threshold marking?

12 ft wide by 150 ft long parallel stripes on end of runways designating the landing area

What is MA1 series overrun barrier?

Designed to stop tricycle landing gear aircraft that aren't equipped with tail hooks.

What are a few flight deck hazards?

Oil, grease, fuel, intakes, exhaust, rotors, and props.

What are the jersey colors and who wears them?

Yellow: aircraft handling officer, catapult officer, flight deck officer, air boss, AGO, aircraft handlers


White: safety, medical, LSO, shooters, ATO


Brown: PC


Blue: chock and chain crew, tractor drivers, elevator operators


Green: arresting gear and catapult personnel, maintainers


Red: crash and salvage, AO, EOD


Purple: Fuel crew

What are the tie down requirements?

Initial: 6


Normal(45kn): 9


Moderate(45-60kn): 14


Heavy(60+kn): 20+

What is the NAMP and it's objective?

Naval Aviation Maintenance Program's objective is to achieve and continually improve material readiness and safety standards.

What are the two types of maintenance described in the NAMP?

Rework: restorative or additive


Upkeep: preventative, restorative, or additive work

What are some inspections that we do?

Turnaround: between flights good for 24hrs no flight


Daily: good for 72hrs no flight or major maintenance


Special: scheduled with prescribed intervals


Conditional: I scheduled events


Phase: divides total scheduled maintenance req into smaller packages


Acceptance:


Transfer:

What are the 2 most critical aspects in naval aviation?

Safe for flight and acceptance of aircraft

What is the MMP?

Monthly maintenance plan provides scheduled control of predictable maintenance. It's distributed 25th of each month for O level and 1st for I level.

What programs does QA manage and monitor?

Central Technical Pub Library


Maintenance department/division safety


Audits


SE misuse/abuse


Aircraft confined space program


Naval aviation maintenance reporting program

What is NATOPS?

Naval air training and operating procedures standardization is a positive approach toward improving combat readiness and reduce mishaps.

When was NATOPS established?

1961

How many aircrafts did navy/marines lose in 1950?

776

When was the angled flight deck introduced?

1954

What is the visual identification system for naval aircraft?

Provides for assignment of aircraft marking and side numbers that identify aircraft from one unit to another. On the vertical stab.

What is the first and second character for COMNAVAIRLANT?

First: A-M


Second: A-Z

What is the first and second character for COMNAVAIRPC?

First: N-Z


Second: A-Z

What is the first and second character for CNATRA?

First: A-G


Second: none

Who was the first to takeoff from a ship? When? Where?

Eugene Ely, November 1910, USS Birmingham

When is the birthday of naval aviation?

May 8th, 1911. Captain chambers purchased two A-1 Triads for $5500.

Who was the first death in naval aviation?

June 20th, 1913. Ensign William Billingsly.

When did the first modern day QARs come about?

October 22nd, 1917

What is significant about March 20, 1922?

Jupiter was converted and re-commissioned as the navy's first carrier USS Langley.

When was the first carrier landing? What jet? What carrier?

FJ-1 Fury landed on the USS Boxer on March 10th, 1948.

When was the battle of coral sea? And what is the significance?

May 7-8th, 1942. Worlds first carrier vs. carrier battle. USS Lexington sunk. Yorktown and one japanese carrier was damaged.

When was the battle of midway? What is the significance?

June 3-5th, 1942. Japan lost it's bid for pacific. USS Yorktown, and 4 Japanese carriers were sunk.

When was the battle of Guadalcanal? The significance?

November 13-15th, 1942. Japan lost 2 cruisers 6 destroyers. USS Juneau was involved with the five Sullivan brothers on it. They were all killed along with 700 others. Navy reinstated family member separation policy.

What are three types of motion pertaining to flight?

Acceleration, Speed, Velocity

What are Newton's 3 laws of motion?

First: (inertia) object at rest will stay at rest, object in motion will stay in motion, at the speed and same direction until acted by outside force.


Second: (force) if object moving with uniform speed is acted upon by external force, the change will be directly proportional to amount of force inversely proportional to mass of the object being moved.


Third: for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

What is Bernoulli's principle?

When fluid flowing through a tube reaches constriction of narrowing, speed is increased and pressure is decreased

What are the 3 axis of the aircraft?

Longitudinal, lateral, vertical

What are the components to the basic hydraulic system?

Pump, actuator, reservoir, tubing, selector valves

What is NALCOMIS?

Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System provides the capability to manage maintenance and supply functions and processes. Reduces the administrative burden and produces up to date information necessary for control of maintenance.

What is NALCOMIS?

Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System provides the capability to manage maintenance and supply functions and processes. Reduces the administrative burden and produces up to date information necessary for control of maintenance.

What is OOMA/OIMA?

Optimized Organizational/Intermediate Maintenance Activity is a management tool that provides essential, real time information on a continuing basis.

What is NALCOMIS?

Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System provides the capability to manage maintenance and supply functions and processes. Reduces the administrative burden and produces up to date information necessary for control of maintenance.

What is OOMA/OIMA?

Optimized Organizational/Intermediate Maintenance Activity is a management tool that provides essential, real time information on a continuing basis.

What does the foundation tier where OOMA resides consist of?

Maintenance subsystem, material subsystem, flight subsystem, platform software interface, CM/Logs and records subsystem

What is NALCOMIS?

Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System provides the capability to manage maintenance and supply functions and processes. Reduces the administrative burden and produces up to date information necessary for control of maintenance.

What is OOMA/OIMA?

Optimized Organizational/Intermediate Maintenance Activity is a management tool that provides essential, real time information on a continuing basis.

What does the foundation tier where OOMA resides consist of?

Maintenance subsystem, material subsystem, flight subsystem, platform software interface, CM/Logs and records subsystem

What is VED?

Visual Electronic Display

What is NALCOMIS?

Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System provides the capability to manage maintenance and supply functions and processes. Reduces the administrative burden and produces up to date information necessary for control of maintenance.

What is OOMA/OIMA?

Optimized Organizational/Intermediate Maintenance Activity is a management tool that provides essential, real time information on a continuing basis.

What does the foundation tier where OOMA resides consist of?

Maintenance subsystem, material subsystem, flight subsystem, platform software interface, CM/Logs and records subsystem

What is VED?

Visual Electronic Display

What is NMCS/PMCS?

Non Mission Capable Status/Partial Mission Capable Status

What allows maintenance managers to carry out their duties more effectively and efficiently?

NMCS/PMCS status


Fly able Discrepancies


Non-Aircraft discrepancies


ALSS status


SE status


Mission Mounted Equipment status

What are some common types of work orders?

DM, TS, CM, Assist, facilitate other maintenance, conditional look phase, conditional fix phase, special inspection, special inspection control, TD

What are some common types of work orders?

DM, TS, CM, Assist, facilitate other maintenance, conditional look phase, conditional fix phase, special inspection, special inspection control, TD

What are the 6 basic core capabilities?

Forward presence, deterrence, sea control, power projection, maritime security, humanitarian

What is HSC?

Helicopter Sea Combat

What is HSC?

Helicopter Sea Combat

What is HSM?

Helicopter maritime strike

What is HSC?

Helicopter Sea Combat

What is HSM?

Helicopter maritime strike

What is HT?

Helicopter Training

What is HSC?

Helicopter Sea Combat

What is HSM?

Helicopter maritime strike

What is HT?

Helicopter Training

What is VAQ?

Tactical Electronic Warfare

What is HSC?

Helicopter Sea Combat

What is HSM?

Helicopter maritime strike

What is HT?

Helicopter Training

What is VAQ?

Tactical Electronic Warfare

What is VAW?

Carrier Airborne Early Warning

What is HSC?

Helicopter Sea Combat

What is HSM?

Helicopter maritime strike

What is HT?

Helicopter Training

What is VAQ?

Tactical Electronic Warfare

What is VAW?

Carrier Airborne Early Warning

What is VC?

Fleet Composite

What is HSC?

Helicopter Sea Combat

What is HSM?

Helicopter maritime strike

What is HT?

Helicopter Training

What is VAQ?

Tactical Electronic Warfare

What is VAW?

Carrier Airborne Early Warning

What is VC?

Fleet Composite

What is VFA?

Strike fighter

What is HSC?

Helicopter Sea Combat

What is HSM?

Helicopter maritime strike

What is HT?

Helicopter Training

What is VAQ?

Tactical Electronic Warfare

What is VAW?

Carrier Airborne Early Warning

What is VC?

Fleet Composite

What is VFA?

Strike fighter

What is VP?

Patrol

What is VQ?

Fleet air reconnaissance

What is VR?

Aircraft logistics support

What is VR?

Aircraft logistics support

What is VRC?

Carrier logistics support

What is VT?

Training

What is VT?

Training

What is VX/VXE?

Air test and evaluation

How often should hazmat be inspected?

Weekly and quarterly

What are the six categories of hazmat?

Flammable


Aerosol


Toxic


Corrosive


Oxidizing


Compressed gases

What is AUL?

Authorized use list

What are the three types of hangars?

Type 1 maintenance hangar: primarily for carrier aircraft. O1 and O2 configured for VFA, VAW, and HSM. 235ft x 85ft


Type 2: marine corps aviation


Type 3 maintenance hangar: primarily designed for land based patrol and large transport aircraft. 165ft x 165ft

What are some peculiar items to shore based hangars?

Painted red fire lane, portable CO2, aircraft electrical systems with cords, doors for securing space, aircraft grounds

What are hangar protection requirements for high value aircraft?

Low level AFFF, closed head water only overhead sprinkler, optical detection system, drainage system, draft curtains.

How much does it cost for false activation of the fire suppression system?

Excess of $80,000

What are the largest shipboard hangars?

CVN (aircraft carriers). 110ft x 685ft. 25ft overhead clearance with 1.4 acres of maintenance and storage space. Holds more than 60 jets plus equipment.

How long does it take for CVN hangar doors to close?

18 seconds