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1

5 primary NSW missions

Fid foreign internal defens
Unconventional warfare
Counter terrorism
Direct action
Special recon

2

What are the 5 R's of human rights

Recognize
Refrain
React
Record
Report

3

What are the common signs of shock

Cool clammy skin,
Decreased level of consciousness,threads weak pulse, rapid pulse, short shallow breaths

4

Describe ORM and on what NSW evolutions is it used?

Operational risk management is a simple 5 step process that identifies operational hazards and takes reasonable measures to reduce the risk to our personnel, equipment, and mission. It is used in all NSW evolutions.

5

What is a SPIMG?

Standard PMS Material Identification Guide

6

What does MSDS stand for?

Material Safety Data Sheet

7

When would you use a nasopharyngeal

Unconscious patient with snorrish breathing

8

How often should you reassess a stabilized patient?

Every 5 minutes and every time you move the patient

9

What is a RFI and when do you use it

Request for information it's used after a mission analysis, when you need certain information to complete the mission

10

What are the 5 SOF mission criteria

Is it an appropriate SOF mission, does it support the CINC campaign plan,is it operationally feasible,are required resources available to execute, does the outcome justify the risk

11

What are the 7 phases of mission planning

Pre-mission
Infiltration
Insertion
AAO
Extraction
Exfiltration
Postmission

12

A vessels 20meters long shall display what light configuration

Port and starboard running lights, masthead light, stern light

13

What is SMEAC

Situation
Mission
Execution
Admin and logistics
Command and signal
Contingencies

14

What is the max and max effective range of the M4

Max:3600meters
Max effective:500 meters

15

What instruction gives the boat captain authority over his craft

NAVREGS 1990 chapter 10,article 1033

16

What are 7 types of shock

Cardogenic
Hypovolemic
Anaphylactic
Pyschilogenic
Septic
Respiratory
Neurogenic

17

What are the characteristics of the 12 GA mossberg 500 A1

Manually operated
Pump action(slide)
Magazine fed( tubular)
Shoulder fired

18

What is the cycle of operations for the 240 and why is that important

Feeding
Chambering
Locking
Firing
Unlocking
Extracting
Ejecting
Cocking

19

What is the max safe speed for a combatant craft to pass civilian docks, piers, or boats

5 mphs

20

What are the two types of fractures

Opened- bone through skin
Closed- bone not through skin

21

After applying a tourniquet in the field what should you do to ensure no extra damage is done

Record time of application
And reassess as needed

22

Explain the difference between a hang fire and a misfire

Hang fire- firing pin has struck the round l, but the primer hasn't gone off yet
Misfire- anything that interferes with the cycle of operations

23

What is a PLO

Patrol
Leaders
Order
Passing the detailed plan to the operators tasked with the execution

24

What are the three types of bleeds

Arterial
Venous
Capillary

25

List 5 ways to stop bleeding

Direct pressure
Pressure point
Hemostatic agent
Pressure dressing
Tourniquet
Elevation

26

What is the rules of nines?
How does it work?

Method of determining the percentage of the body surface burned on a victim.
Head-9%
Arms-9%
Chest-18%
Back-18%
Legs-18%
Groin-1%

27

What is the condition in which the control of the body's regulation system is lost

Heat stroke

28

Where do you apply a tourniquet

At the point most proximal to the body
Two inches or more above the wound

29

What are the three types of burn injuries

Thermal- sun
Chemical-acid
Electrical-current

30

The 240 fires from what position

Open bolt