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ASW

Anti-Submarine Warfare

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SUW

Surface Warfare

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AW

Air Warfare

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IW

Information Warfare

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STW

Strike Warfare

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NSW

Naval Special Warfare

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Direct Support Assets

Allow Commander's to meet quick reaction mission requirements to support deployed needs.

DIRSUP: within 48 hours CASREP

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What are the 5 IO Core Capabilities?

PSYOP, CNO, MILDEC, OPSEC, EW

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What is PSYOP?

Planned operations to convey selected truthful information to influence emotions, motives, and behaviors of their governments, groups , and individuals.

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What is CNO?

Attack, decieve, and degrade electronic information.

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What are the three categories of CNO?

CNA : Computer Network Attack
CND: Computer Network Defense
CNE: Computer Network Exploitation

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What is MILDEC?

Military Deception

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What is OPSEC?

Operational Security

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What is EW?

Electronic Warfare : uses directed energy to control electromagnetic spectrum.

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Name the three types of EW warfare.

EA: Electronic Warfare Attack
EP: Electronic Warfare Protection
ES: Electronic Warfare Support

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What is US CODE title 10?

Outlines role of Armed Forces

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US Code Title 50

Outlines the role of war and national defense in US Code.

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CCOP

Cryptologic Carry On Program: augmenting exisiting SSES capabilities

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SNN

SIGINT collection

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E-2C Hawkeye

EW (ES)

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Ea-6B Prowler

EW (EA)

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P-3C Orion

SIGINT, IMINT, ACINT

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EP-3E

SIGINT, IMINT

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How does SSES support SAR?

by helping stranded vessels via SIGINT/COMINT

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SESS

Ship Signal Exploitation Space : Exploits SIGINT

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SUPPLOT

Supplementary Plot: Gathers indications and warnings and passes to warfare commander

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RAISIN Manual

Radio Signal Notation Manual : outlines the COMINT Signal Classification System.

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USSID

United States Signals Intelligence Directive System

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UNIX

can run on every size hardware platform and across all architectures and is considered very portable due to the adherence to standards

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Linux

Free open source --- monolithic kernel

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What are the six phases of the Targeting Cycle?

1) Objectives and Guidance - Clarifies Goals
2) Target Development - Identify Targets
3) Weaponeering/Capabilities Analysis - Determining lethal/non-lethal
4)Force Application - decision making
5)Execution Planning/Force Execution - attack plan
6) Combat Assessment - info to aid CDR

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What are the 3 components to Combat Assessment?

Battle Damage Assessment (BDA)
Munitions Effects Assessment (MEA)
Re-Attack Recommendations (RR)

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HARDKILL

Use of SAM, SSM, ASM, and guns to destroy attacking ships

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SOFTKILL

Use of emissions to render equipment of an attacking ship or aircraft inoperable

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Routine

"R" 3 Hours

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Priority

"P" 1 Hour

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Immediate

"O" 30 Minutes

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Flash

"Z" Interrupts all other precendences

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Flash Override

"ZZ" interrupts and halts all other messages

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CRITIC

Critical Information -- Require Presidents Attention -- 10 minutes to President

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GCCS-M

Global Command and Control System - Maritime

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HUMINT

Human Intelligence

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IMINT

Imagery Intelligence

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OSINT

Open Source Intelligence

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CVN70 shipboard assets

electricity, water, medical, food, communication, saftey, clothing

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Purpose of METOC in supporting HA/DR

Reports weather, wave height, ocean current

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BWC Watch

stands watch in TFCC leading the 24/7 operations watch team. Direct representative of the Commanders.

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NECOS

Net Control Station
-Expedites Traffic flow on the net
- Maintains circuit Discipline

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CWO

Communications Watch Officer - responsible for all incoming and outgoing message traffic

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TCS

Tech Control Supervisor - Ensures reliable communications throughout the watchfloor

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MCS

Message Center Supervisor - Manages all message operations

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VoIP

Voice over Internet Protocol

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DSN

Defense Switch Network

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VTC

Video Teleconference

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POTS

Plain Old Telephone System

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STE

Secure Terminal Equipment

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OIX

Official Information Exchange

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Message Format Line 2

Header

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Message Format Line 5

Precedence

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Message Format Line 6

Originator

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Message Format Line 7

"To"

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Message Format Line 8

Info

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Message Format Line 11

Start of Text

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CIB

Communication Information Bulletin

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DAMA

Demand Assigned Multiple Access: Takes one signal and splits it into multiple (multiplexer)

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EKMS

Electronic Key Management System: Provides the capability for automated generation, accounting, distribution, destruction of electronic key.

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SSES own 3 VHF/UHF Antennas. What are they?

AS-4293 (6-1),
AS-4293A (6-13),
AS-4293 (6-2)
Range from .5-4,000MHz

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AS-390A (Spiders)

UHF LOS 220-400MHz

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AS-2493 or SRA-62 (Christmas Trees)

UHF LOS 225-400 MHz

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AS-1735 (Plates)

UHF LOS 225-400MHz

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AS-2815 (Egg Beaters)

UHF SATCOM Receive only 248-255 MHz

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AS-3018

UHF SATCOM 240-316 MHz

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AS-3771 (Bull Whips)

HF Broad Band Transmit only 7-30MHz

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As-3772 (Tilt Whips)

HF Narrow Band Transmit only 2-30MHz

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AS-4514

SHT SATCOM 7.25-8.4GHz

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NT-66095

VHF 135 MHz

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AS-3865 or OE-404 (Wire Rope Fans)

HF Broad Band Transmit only 2-9MHz

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OE-581

GBS Antenna Control Unit 20.2-21.2GHz

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UHF Fleet Broadcast is received via 4 AS-2815 antennas located on what levels?

010 and 011 levels

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CBSP (Commercial Broadband Satellite Program)

Provides IP services and phone lines, operates on SHF

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GBS (Global Broadcast Service)

Provides imagery/split IP/Fox and CNN broadcasting; receive only (up to 36MBps of bandwidth)

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ADNS (Automated Digital Networking System)

Version K AKA Increment III; routes all IP traffic and phone lines on/off ship; manages all HF/UHF/SHF/EHF IP routing.

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NMT (Navy Multi-band Terminal)

Operates on X-band, KA-band and Q-band.

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X (SHF)

Provides IP services and phone lines, uses only Military satellites and resources.

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KA (SHF)

- Provides IP services and phone lines, uses only Military satellites and resources.

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Q (EHF)

Provides Voice and Data services using Low Data Rate (LDR) and Medium Data Rate (MDR), also provides IP services VIA EHF TIP and XDR.