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What are the three roles for the CG
Maritime Safety
 Maritime Security
 Maritime Stewardship
WHen was the CG established as a armed service
What two are the primary missions performed within the realm of Maritime Safety
Marine Safety and Search and Rescue.
What are the four primary
missions performed within the realm of Maritime Security
Illegal Drug Interdiction, Undocumented Migrant Interdiction,
Defense Readiness, and Ports, Waterways, and Coastal Security
The Coast Guard has been responsible for the security of the ports and waterways of the United States during times of war since the enactment of the
Espionage Act of 1917.
Which act assigned the Coast Guard an ongoing mission to safeguard U.S. ports, harbors, vessels, and waterfront facilities from accidents, sabotage, or other
subversive acts.
Magnuson Act of 1950
The Coast Guard’s role in protecting natural resources dates to the _____ when Congress tasked the Revenue Marine to protect federal
stocks of _______________
Florida live oak trees
The five primary missions performed within the realm
of Maritime Stewardship include
Living Marine Resources, Marine
Environmental Protection, Fisheries, Aids to Navigation and Ice
What act did congress pass which is used to uphold to uphold U.S.
sovereignty and protect precious natural resources.
Magnuson- Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management
Act. This resulted in the creation of the Exclusive Economic
Zone (EEZ). The Coast Guard patrols the EEZ, which extends
200 nautical miles out from the coastal baseline
Under the National Contingency Plan, the CG is the __________________ for
oil and hazardous substance incidents in all coastal and some
inland areas
Federal On-Scene Coordinators (FOSC)
The Coast Guard focuses on three
high-threat areas for illegal foreign incursions when it comes to ensuring the health of
United States fisheries
the United
States—Mexican border in Gulf of Mexico, the United
States—Russian Maritime Boundary Line in the Bering Sea,
and the eight non-contiguous Exclusive Economic Zones in the
Western/Central Pacific.
What are the cg 11 missions.
o Marine Safety Mission
o Search and Rescue Mission
o Drugs Interdiction Mission
o Undocumented Migrants Interdiction Mission
o Defense Readiness Mission
o Ports, Waterways, and Coastal Security Mission
o Living Marine Resource Mission
o Marine Environmental Protection Mission
o Fisheries Mission
o Aids to Navigation Mission
o Ice Operations Mission
Team Coast Guard includes
 Active Duty
 Reservists
 Civilians
 Auxiliarists
 Contractors
The Ready Reserve consists of reservists available ____________.
immediate recall to active duty. All Ready Reservists are considered to be in an
active status.
Reservists develop their skills during _______________.
monthly drills and annual two week
training periods.
The Ready Reserve is divided into two components which include
 Selected Reserve (SELRES)
 Individual Ready Reserve (IRR)
The Select Reserve (SELRES) is made up of former _________________________.
active duty
members and recruits within the Ready Reserve designated as
essential to initial contingency requirements having priority over all
other Reserve elements.
The Select Reserve drill in how many inactive duty training periods
and in active duty for the purpose of annual training
authorized 48 paid Inactive Duty
Training (IDT) drills and at least 12 paid Active Duty for Training
(ADT) days per fiscal year.
The Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) is a manpower pool principally
consisting of _____________
individuals who have had training and have previously
served in the Active forces or in the Selected Reserve.
The IRR consists of individuals who:
 Must fulfill the remaining portion of their eight year Military
Service Obligation (MSO) under 10 U.S.C. 651.
 Have fulfilled their MSO and voluntarily remain in the IRR.
_________ is only open to members of the Reserve
investigator rating
Where do investigators recieve their training
Glynco, GA
The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is the uniformed volunteer
component of the United States Coast Guard. Created by an Act of
Congress in
What are the missions of the CG aux
 Surface (water) Missions
 Air Operations Missions
 Land-Based Operations Missions
 Public Education Missions
 Environmental Missions
 Coast Guard Support and Boating Safety Missions
 Agency Support Missions
The Homeland Security Act of _____ was signed into law on
_____________ resulting in the establishment of the Department
of Homeland Security (DHS)
Nov 25, 2002
The DHS is comprised of seven major divisions or directorates, what are they
 Transportation Security Administration
 U.S. Customs and Board Protection
 U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
 U.S. Immigration enforcement
 U.S. Secret Service
 Federal Emergency Management Agency
 U.S. Coast Guard
When did the Coast Guard transferred from the Department
of Transportation (DOT) to the DHS
March 1 2003
In May of 2008 this relationship was captured in an agreement
between the Secretaries of Defense and Homeland Security which
formalized the use of Coast Guard components and resources in
support of the National Military Strategy and other national-level
defense and security strategies. These capabilities include:
 Maritime interception and interdiction
 Military environmental response
 Port operations, security, and defense
 Theater security cooperation
 Coastal sea control
 Rotary wing air intercept
 Combating terrorism
 Maritime Operational Threat Response support
Historically, the petty officer rate can be traced back several centuries.
Originally, the French word _______ meant something small
Who chose the petty officers to serve
under him.
A ship’s captain or master
The rate of
petty officer became official in
How long did PO's usually hold their appointments
only while serving on the ship whose captain had selected them
Petty officers in the Navy acquire their first rate insignia
when they begin wearing a sleeve device showing an eagle perched
on an anchor
The specialty or rating marks become official, though petty
officers used them for several years.
The Navy recognizes its three classes of petty officers: First,
Second, and Third. The rating badges were approved by the
Secretary of the Navy on July 1,
Petty officers wear rate insignia of chevrons with the points
down under a spread eagle and rating mark. The eagle faces left
instead of right as it presently does.
The Navy establishes the Chief Petty Officer rate and issues
the insignia of three chevrons with an arc and eagle. 1st, 2nd, and
3rd class petty officers begin wearing the present insignia.
The Coast Guard comes into existence when Congress
combines the Revenue Cutter Service with the U.S. Life Saving
During World War I, the rates in the Coast Guard become
the same as those in the Navy.
Deliberate failure to obey a lawful order violates Article __ of the
Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ
Failure to obey a lawful
order may also violate Article ____ of the UCMJ.
Descride article 91
Insubordinate Conduct Toward an Officer.
Describe Article 92 .
Article 92 – Failure to Obey Order or Regulation.
Which title gives the
Coast Guard its law enforcement authority and establishes who may
exercise that authority.
title 14, United States Code (USC), Section 89 gives the
Coast Guard its law enforcement authority and establishes who may
exercise that authority.
Which title gives petty officers, in the
performance of official duties, may board any vessel under the
jurisdiction of the United States at any time.
title 14, United States Code (USC), Section 89
In accordance with 14 USC, Section 89, Petty Officers have the
authority to:
Search the vessel and question personnel on board

Examine the ship’s documents and papers

Arrest persons violating the law, when warranted

Seize contraband if necessary

Inspect to ensure Recreational Boating Safety (RBS) Carriage
Requirements are met

Inquire about compliance prior to boarding

Coast Guard personnel who do NOT have authority under title 14, United States Code (USC), Section 89
 Non-petty officer enlisted members
 Auxiliarists
 Academy Cadets
 Officer Candidates who are not prior-enlisted Coast Guard
petty officers
 Reservists not on orders
The type of discharge a service member may receive is based on their
reason for leaving the service, information contained in their military
record (_____), along with other conditions.
There are five different types of discharges for characterized
separations and one for uncharacterized separations, these include:
 Honorable Discharge - Separation with honor
 General Discharge - Separation with honorable conditions
 Discharge Under Other Than Honorable Conditions -
Separation under conditions other than honorable
 Bad Conduct Discharge - Separation under conditions other
than honorable.
 Dishonorable Discharge - Separation with dishonor
 Uncharacterized Discharge - Separation for those members
with less than 180 days in service
There are 14 formal reasons a service member may be discharged
from the military, these include:
 Expiration of enlistment
 Service obligation fulfilled
 Convenience of the Government
 Dependency or hardship.
 Minority (age)
 Disability
 Unsuitability
 Security
 Misconduct
 Court-martial sentence
 Entry-level separation (uncharacterized discharge)
 For the good of the service
 Care of newborn children
What type of discharge is used while undergoing recruit training
What type of discharge is used when a member has been identified as a user, possessor, or
distributor of illegal drugs or paraphernalia.
What type of discharge is used when a Member poses or has created a security risk
Discharge Other Than Honorable Conditions
When can a dishonorable discharge be given
Only as a result of an approved sentence of a general courtmartial
A Bad Conduct Discharge may result under the following
circumstances and/or conditions:
When issued as a result of an approved sentence of a general or
special court-martial.
An Uncharacterized Discharge may result under the following
circumstances and/or conditions
Fewer than 180 days of active service and demonstrated poor
proficiency, conduct, aptitude or unsuitability for further
service, exhibited minor pre-existing medical issues not of a
disabling nature which do not meet the medical/physical
procurement standards.
 An uncharacterized discharge is used for most recruit
separations, except for disability, prior service members
entering recruit training, or in cases when another type of
discharge may be appropriate.
Tattoos, brands, intentional scarring or mutilation, or modifications of
the ____, _____, _____ and ____ are
prohibited unless required for legitimate medical purposes as
described below.
head, face (including inside the mouth), hands and neck
Any markings on the neck area may not show above the ____________
collar of the
Light Blue Shirt
Tattoos on the hand in the form of a ring may not to exceed ___ inch
are authorized on the wearer’s fingers (not thumbs) with the limitation
of one tattoo per hand
1/4 inch
Permanent eyeliner makeup in the form of cosmetic tattooing is
_________ for female members. The tattoo(s) shall not be brightly
colored, shall be no more then ___ inch wide, and must not extend past
the outer corner of the eye
In the case of
branding no more than one brand, not to exceed______ may appear
anywhere on the body.
4X4 inches
If a command has difficulty judging whether a tattoo/brand or body
piercing is in accordance with the uniform regulations, they shall
contact the _______________________
Uniform Regulation Program Management at
Commandant (CG-122).
On land, designated "tobacco use" (smoking and smokeless) areas:
Must be located a sufficient distance away, approximately 50
feet, so as not to allow smoke to be drawn into the indoor
facility through door openings, windows, and air intake
What are some of the air limitations for tobacco use.
The American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning
Engineers (ASHRAE) have established that 20 cubic feet per minute
per person of outside fresh air is required. The carbon dioxide (CO2)
level should not exceed 1000 parts per million (PPM).
Quitting smoking today can dramatically improve the overall health of
a tobacco user in the days, weeks and months to follow. Here are some
examples of what a quitter will experience:
 Within 48 hours your sense of smell and taste will improve.
 Within 72 hours you can breathe easier and have more energy.
 Within 12 weeks, coughing, breathing and wheezing problems
will improve.
 Within one year, your risk of heart disease is reduced to 50%
of a continuing smoker.
 Within 10-15 years your risk of cancer is similar to that of
someone who never smoked.
Coast Guard military members (active and reserve) and all civilian
employees are required to obtain a GTCC if they anticipate traveling
more than _____ times a year.
The standard maximum credit limit for Government Travel and
Transportation Charge Cards (GTCCs) is $_______ The GTCC
Coordinators are authorized to increase credit limits to $_______
(Approval from cardholders CO is required.)
Individuals who possess a
GTCC and anticipate traveling less than five times a year shall have
their credit limit reduced to $____
If the duration of the PCS travel will exceed __ days, including leave,
compensatory absence, proceeds time and TAD in conjunction with
the PCS, the card shall not be used.
Additional GTCC payment information to keep in mind:
 Payment due date is 25 calendar days from the statement date.
 An account is classified as one day past due if the bank has not
received payment by the 30th calendar day from the statement
 An account will be suspended when the account balance is 36
calendar days past due.
 An account is classified as delinquent when the account
balance reaches 61 calendar days past due.
 An account will be cancelled when the account balance reaches
101 calendar days past due.
 The GTCC bank will notify commercial credit rating
companies when an account reaches 120 days past due.
 Accounts that reach 180 days past due will never be eligible
for reinstatement.
Extra Military Instruction (EMI) is:
 Additional instruction in a phase of military duty where an
individual is deficient
 Intended for, and directed toward, the correction of that
 A legitimate training technique to improve an individual’s duty
performance and efficiency
An enlisted member can be directed to do what for EMI
 Attend EMI for no more than two hours per day
 Attend EMI only for the period of time it takes to correct the
performance deficiency for which it was assigned…no longer
 Perform EMI on a day that is not his or her Sabbath.
 EMI must be supervised by a qualified person
Authority to assign EMI performed after normal working hours is
given to the __________ ________. Authority may be delegated as
commanding officer
UCMJ Article __ provides the right of the accused
to remain silent throughout the process and to not answer questions or
make any statement.
Commanding officers have the authority, under UCMJ Article ___, to
impose non-judicial punishment (NJP) at captain’s mast.
For NJP The accused member has the right to
 Demand trial by court-martial if at a shore command
 Have a mast representative at the NJP hearing
 Be informed of the right against compulsory self-incrimination
 Be informed orally or in writing of the information presented
against him or her
 Ensure all relevant information is presented concerning the
 Request not to appear personally at proceedings held against
him or her
Members who receive NJP may appeal in writing to the Commanding
Officer’s superior if the punishment is “unjust” or “disproportionate”
considering the circumstances. If the appeal is not submitted within ___
calendar days after punishment is imposed, the right to appeal is
For NJP, If an
appeal has not been acted upon by the Commanding Officer within ___
calendar days of receiving it, however, the member may request that
punishments involving restriction or extra duties be deferred until a
decision is made on the appeal.
Describe the three typers of court martials
General Courts-Martial. A general court-martial consists of a
military judge and at least five members.

Special Courts-Martial. A special court-martial consists of a military
judge and at least three members.

Summary Courts-Martial. A summary courts-martial consists of one
member, ranked LCDR or above. The member does not need to be a
judge. The accused member has the right to refuse trail by summary
Searches and the subsequent seizure of items can be conducted under
two different circumstances:
 When probable cause exists
 When probable cause is not required
As a general rule, you cannot solicit or accept a gift that is given to
you because of your official position, or that is given to you by a
prohibited source. What are some exceptions
 Unsolicited gifts (gifts that were not asked for) that cost less
than $20.00. NO CASH gifts.
 Gifts from family or friends. (be careful none else think it look
 Awards and honorary degrees.
 “Free attendance” (but not transportation or lodging) at a
“widely attended gathering” or speaking engagement. where
the agency has determined its interest in the event
 FREE FOOD, not from a prohibited source and if no one else
was charged a fee.
Romantic relationships between members are unacceptable when:
 Members have a supervisor and subordinate relationship
(including periodic supervision of duty section or watch standing
 Members are assigned to the same small shore unit (less than 60
 Members are assigned to the same cutter
 The relationship is between chief petty officers (E-7/8/9) and
junior enlisted personnel (E-4 and below)
 The relationship is manifested in the work environment in a way
which disrupts the effective conduct of daily business
Two important parts of the Coast Guard’s public affairs information
release policy that affect personnel are:
 “Maximum disclosure with minimum delay,” [PA Manual,
 “If you do it, or are responsible for something, you can talk
about it.” [PA Manual Ch 2.D.3.]
Use the _____ rule to
decide if the information can be released.
To achieve the Coast Guard’s Sexual Assault Prevention and
Response Program (SAPRP) objectives, the Coast Guard has adopted
new policies that provide victims with options:
 An unrestricted (complete reporting) of sexual assaults to
activate both victims’ services and accountability actions is the
preferred method but, it is recognized that unrestricted
(complete reporting) represents a barrier for some victims in
accessing needed services.

 A restricted (confidential) reporting which does not activate
the official investigatory process until/unless the victim
chooses to request this option.
Service members who initially elect the restricted reporting
option can, within ____ months of their initial confidential report
of the assault, elect to pursue unrestricted reporting, which will
result in initiation of a formal investigation by CGIS and
afford the victim the full range of protections, including police
and command protective actions.
The performance evaluation factors are grouped into five categories
which include:
 Performance
 Leadership
 Military
 Professional Qualities
 Conduct
The competency factors for performance are
 Professional/Specialty Knowledge: The degree to which the
member demonstrated competency and proficiency for
 Quality of Work: The degree to which the member completed
quality work and required guidance.
 Monitoring Work: The degree to which the member
identified what needed to be done, set priorities, and kept their
supervisor informed.
 Safety: The degree to which the member adhered to safety
 Stamina: The degree to which the member thought and acted
effectively under conditions that were stressful and mentally or
physically fatiguing.
 Communicating: The degree, to which the member listened,
spoke, responded to feedback, and expressed thoughts clearly
and logically.
The competency factors for leadership are
 Working with others: The degree to which this member
promoted a team effort in accomplishing goals.
 Responsibility: The member's ability and willingness to
enforce standards on self, subordinates, and others, to support
policies and decisions, and hold one's self accountable for own
and subordinate's actions.
 Motivation towards advancement: The degree to which this
member pursued completion of courses and training.
 Setting an Example: This member's ability and willingness to
seek responsibility and display positive judgment in making
Note: Only personnel serving in the pay grade of E-3 and higher are
evaluated on the competencies in the Leadership category.
The competency factors for Military are
 Uniform: The extent to which the member appeared neat and
smart in uniform.
 Grooming: The extent to which the member appeared neat and
well groomed.
 Customs and Courtesies: The extent to which the member
conformed to military traditions, customs, courtesies; and set
standards for subordinates' performance and behavior.
The competency factors for Professional Qualities are
 Health and Well-Being: The degree to which the member
exercised moderation in the use of alcohol. The degree to
which the member maintained weight standards and adhered to
the Coast Guard Fitness Program.
 Integrity: The degree to which the member demonstrated the
qualities of honesty and fair-mindedness in personal
relationships and actions, on and off duty.
 Loyalty: The degree to which the member was committed to
the Coast Guard, Unit, Supervisor, and Shipmates.
 Respecting Others: The degree which the member cooperated
with other people or units to achieve common goals.
 Human Relations: The degree to which the member fulfilled
the letter and spirit of the Coast Guard's Human
Relations/Sexual Harassment policy in personal relationships
and actions.
 Adaptability: The degree to which the member adjusted to
and managed change.
For EERs what is the member responsible for with support documents
Provide this form, with bullet style factual data, to the
Supervisor at least 14 days prior to the end of the marking
What is the Enlisted
Performance Evaluation
Employee Review Support Form number (non rated)
CG 3788 G
How many different ways can you get to CGBI.
There are multiple types of measures in CGBI. Primary these consist
People, Training, Equipment and Infrastructure
There are four types of “views” available in CGBI –
the Enterprise,
Unit , Personal and Cubes & Reports Views.
There are multiple types of measures in CGBI. Primary these consist
of There are multiple types of measures in CGBI. Primary these consist
of ____,_______,_____, ______.
People, Training, Equipment and Infrastructure..
There are four types of “views” available in CGBI – ______,______,______,_____.
the Enterprise,
Unit , Personal and Cubes & Reports Views
fOR cgbi, A dental exam is required every 12 months; however,
the indicator does not turn red until __ months to allow for
some flexibility for deployed units.
Separate from a member’s base pay, ___ is intended to cover the cost
of meals
What are some cases when BAS is not allowed.
Essential unit messing
field duty
Gov Furnished meals
Sea duty
When can reservists recieve BAH-RC.
Called or ordered to active duty 30 or fewer days.
WHen can a reservist recieve BAH-OHA
Called to active duty over 30 days (If a member is called or ordered to active duty status for
140 days or more but not authorized a house hold goods transfer, they
receive BAH/OHA based on the member’s principal residence (at the
time called/ordered to active duty).
What is FSH
FSH-when seperation from family is caused due to military not personnel reasons
What is FSA
FSA-compensates a member for the additional expenses incurred because of family seperation.
What are the different types of FSA
FSA-R-authorized when a member with dependents is
transferred to a new permanent duty station where
transportation of dependents is not authorized at government
expense and the dependent(s) do not live at or near the
member’s permanent duty station or homeport.
FSA-S is authorized when a member is permanently assigned
to a ship that is away from its homeport continuously for more
than 30 days. Dependents are not required to reside in the
vicinity of the homeport
FSA-T is authorized when a member is Temporally Assigned
Duty (TAD/TDY) away from the permanent station, including
TAD/TDY aboard a ship, continuously for more than 30 days,
and the dependents do not reside at or near the TAD/TDY
What are the rules when a member qualifies for both FSH and FSA
Concurrent paayment of bith types is authorized (only one FSA is authorized)
Is COLA taxable
What are some considerations for hardship duty pay
 Only land areas (or an installation/activity located on an ice
shelf) outside the continental United States may be designated
as eligible for HDP.
 HDP is payable to officers and enlisted, active and reserve
components during assignment to designated Hardship Duty
Career sea pay is authorized to whom
authorized for all members in pay grade
E-1 through O-6.
What is the lenght of a vessel, ship, or cutter
65 feet
Who is authorized hazardous duty incentive pay
is authorized to members who under orders by
competent authority participate in regular and frequent aerial flights as
crew or non-crew members.
What is the required fligth time to recieve flight pay
4 hrs a month
How often does a board meet to talk about SDAP
What should EERS be used for
Raodmap of the future for improvement
When should a unscheduled EER be completed
 Advances to E-7 or above
 Executes PCS orders
 Changes approving officials
 Is awarded non-judicial punishment
 Is convicted by Courts Martia
What is the rank of the supervisor for EERs
What is the timeline to submit bullets for EERs to your supervisor
14 days prior to the end of the marking period
As a supervisor when are you required to submit EERs to the marking official
9 dyas prior to the end of the marking period
List some responsibilities of the marking official
Gather written and oral reports of the evaluee's performance
Route the completed employee review to the approving official not later than 5 dyas after the employee review period ending date
What are some of the requirements to be an approving official.
CG officer or Officer in charge (E-7) or CG civilian who is the official supervisor
What are some of the responsibilities of the approving offcial
 Ensuring:
o Overall consistency between assigned marks and actual
performance/behavior and output without using any
type of forced distribution process.
o Evaluees are counseled and advised of appeal
o Employee reviews are submitted on time.
o Required supporting remarks are completed.
o All reviews initiated using an Employee Review
Worksheets are entered into DIRECT ACCESS.
 Reviewing the Marking Officials recommended marks and
discussing with him or her any recommendations considered
inaccurate or inconsistent with the evaluee’s actual
 Holding the Marking Official responsible for his or her EERS
 Forwarding the completed employee review to the Supervisor
to counsel and inform the evaluee.
 Ensuring the completed employee review, with support
remarks (if applicable) are processed in sufficient time to
permit them to be reviewed by the evaluee through Direct
Access no later than 30 days following the end of the marking
What is the timeline to have EERS submintted into DA
No later than 30 days following the end of the marking period
is the approving official's authority delegated
How long does the appeal authority have to act on an appeal
15 calender days after receiving it.
Who approves appeals for EERs
PSC (adv)
What is the responsiblitiy of the CO for EERs
Aware of the right to appeal
Only raise a mark
Endorsing and sending the appeal letter to the Appeal
Authority within 15 calendar days of receiving it from the
What are two different types of travel
Where are the rules and regulations governing official travel contained
Joint Federal Travel Regulations (JTFR).
What is used as the base for calculating PCS entitlements and allowances
Effective date of orders (EDO)
What is used to calculate EDO
number of dependents, amount of household goods, and POV's
What two forms are requried when requesting travel orders
PCS departing/seperation worksheet CG-2000
Departing TDY or PCS to A school worksheet CG-2001
What is the purpose of DLA
intended to offset the added expenses incurred when
transferring a member’s family to or from non-government quarters.
For members without dependents, DLA will ONLY be authorized if
upon arrival at the new PDS, the member is
released from government
quarters to live on the economy.
What mileage is considered one day of travel when PCS using your POV
350 miles
If the remainder of the
total miles driven exceeds 51
miles, add one more day
What is the purpose of per diem
daily amount of funds authorized to meet lodging and subsistence expenses while traveling.
What is the rate for per diem when traveling
Member 100%
dependent over 12 75%
dependent under 12 50%
What is MALT
Monetary Allowance
in Lieu of
amount of money paid to member per mile of travel
What is the purpose of TLE
may be authorized when a member’s dependents occupy
temporary lodging due to PCS transfer.
TLE is used to partially offset the lodging and
meal expenses incurred.
What is the time line for TLE
A member transferring from CONUS to
CONUS may be authorized up to 10 days of TLE, while a member
traveling from CONUS to a unit Outside the Continental US or
OCONUS shall be authorized 5 days.
What is the travel claim form number
DD form 1351-2
For PCS, reciepts are required for what dollar amount
What is the TDY travel request worksheet
What is the timeline to submit a travel claim after going TDY
3 working days with TPAX
How long should members keep all orders, travel claims, and receipts
6 years and 3 months
What is the definition of leadership.
Leadership is the ability to influence others to obtain their obedience,
respect, confidence, and loyal cooperation
What is the definition of effective leadership.
ability to work through others to
accomplish a task
How many leadership competencies does the coast guard
what are the four categories of the CG leadership competencies
leading self
leading others
leading performance and change
leading the coast guard
What make up the leading self category
 Accountability & Responsibility
 Aligning Values
 Followership
 Health & Well Being
 Self Awareness & Learning
 Personal Conduct
 Technical Proficiency
What make up the leading others category
 Effective Communications
 Team Building
 Influencing Others
 Mentoring
 Respect for Others & Diversity Management
 Taking Care of People
What make up the leading performance and change
 Conflict Management
 Customer Focus
 Decision Making & Problem Solving
 Management & Process Improvement
 Vision Development & Implementation
 Creativity & Innovation
What make up the leading the coast guard
 Financial Management
 Technology Management
 Human Resource Management
 External Awareness
 Political Savvy
 Partnering
 Entrepreneurship
 Stewardship
 Strategic Thinking
For tag out procedures shore units follow what standards.
Tag out logs must be maintained and fallunder who's responsibility
Large cutters have how many tag out logs and who maintains them
two and they are maintained by EM's for engineering and ET's for operations
What are the two types of tags and labels
Tags-danger and caution
Labels-OOC and Out of Cal
What color is a danger tag and what is it used for
Red and is used when operation of equipment
that could jeopardize safety of personnel or endanger equipment,
systems, or components.
What manual has further instructions about tag out procedures
What color is a caution tag and what is it used for
Yellow and it is used when there is special instructions for use of equipment
What is the color and whne are OUT-OF-COMISSION tags used
Red and when It is used to identify instruments
that will not correctly indicate parameters, because the instruments are
either defective or isolThis label indicates that the instrument is unreliable and must be
repaired and recalibrated, or must be reconnected to the system before
use. Equipment/instruments with the Out-of-Commission label are
NOT to be used.ated from the system.
What is the color and when are OUT-OF-CALIBRATION tags used.
Orange and is used only when the error is known and is the same
throughout the range of measurement. The error to be compensated for
must be on the label
What three specific things must a tag or label say.
 Authorized the tag or label
 Attached the tag or label
 Checked the tag or label
What does NIIMS and ICS stand for
National Interagency Incident Management System (NIIMS) Incident
Command System (ICS)
NIIMS and ICS used what type of approach to managing crisis
response operations as well as non-crisis events.
All hazards-all risks
What are the four main purposes of NIIMS ICS.
 Ensure the safety of responders and others
 Achievement of tactical objectives
 Efficient use of resources
Increased support and pre response planning
When was the concept of ICS developed.
devastating California wildfire of 1970
What is somne of the advantages for the CG with NIIMS ICS
 All hazard-all risk.
 Expansion/contraction. .
 Autonomy.
What is the basic organizational structure for USCG Command ICS Staff
Incident commander
Information/safety/liason officers
agency rep
WHat is the basic organizational structure of the ICS General Staff
Incident comander
operation/planning/logistics/finance admin sections
Responders should have a basic understanding of ICS to ensure they
can effectively operate within the ICS organization and properly use
and understand the
Incident Management Handbook (IMH)
Key ICS positions to be aware of include:
 Staging Area Manager. The Staging Area Manager is
responsible for managing all activities within a staging area
(the location where incident personnel and equipment are
assigned awaiting tactical assignment).
 Branch Director. The Branch Director is under the direction
of the Operations Section Chief when activated. The Branch
Director is responsible for implementing the portion of the
Incident Action Plan (IAP) appropriate to the branches.
 Division/Group Supervisor. The Division/Group Supervisor
Guard or duty personnel shall inspect all top secret information kept in a approved container how often
every 2 hours
Who is ultimitly responsible for the national security of thier information at their unit
What shall the rank be of the command security offier
commissioned officer, chief warrant officer, senior petty officer (E-7
through E-9) or civilian employee (GS-9 or above
Who is the key member at a unit when it comes to security related matters
What campaign strongly encourages all Coast
Guard personnel to establish an emergency preparedness kit and
emergency plan for themselves and their family, and stay informed
about what to do during an emergency.
Coast guard ready
What are three keys to establishing a CG ready campaign
Get a kit
make a plan
be informed
Hearing loss my be describd by the "three Ps" , what are they
painless, progressive, and
When is single/double hearing protection required
single-Equal to or greater than 85 dB(A) continuous sound pressure
double-noise levels exceed 104 dB(A)
If you are exposed to hazardous noise levels you will recieve what type of class
one hour initial hearing conservation class
How often is training done for respirators
Who is responsible for coordinatng and administering the resporator program
Respiratory Protection Program Coordinator (RPC)
What manual has info about respirators
Technical Guide: Practices for Respiratory Protection,
COMDTINST M6260.2(series
Describe the three different types of bomb threats
I. threat but information on
time and location not known
II. location is known but no time
III. Location and time is known
MSDS are prepared in what OSHA standard
standard 29 CFR 1910.1200
WHich section in your MSDS has info on first aid
Which section in the MSDS has info about protection measures taken
What is classified as a confined space
tanks, voids and unventilated spaces
What is required when a member is operating a gov vehicle trailor combo
If you are driving a GOV vehicle and are involved in an accident what must you fill out
If you are a passenger in a GOV vehicle that is involved in a accident what must you fill out
What is the urpose of a PFP
To help members develop and adhere to a regular exercise program
How often are PFP's updated
Annually druing evauluation periods
CO's are required to give how much time to members for exercise
At least one hour three times a week (not A and C schools)
What is the PFP form number
If not on the fat boy program what sections of the PFP do you need to fill out
Sections 1,2,6 and 8
Annually how many people are killed due to suicide
What tech is used to talk to someone about suicide
The ACE tech
FOr NIIMS ICS what includes the overall incident objectives and strategies
established by the Incident Command (IC) or the Unified Command
Incident action plan
IAP also addresses tactical objectives and support activities for one
operational period, generally ___ to ___ hours.
12 to 24 hours