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1

What are the components of ORM

-Identify Hazards
-Assessing Hazards
-Making risk decisions
-Implementing controls
-Supervising

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4 Categories of hazard severity

-Category 1: May cause death
-Category 2: May cause severe injury
-Category 3: May cause minor injury
-Category 4: Presents minimal threat

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4 Categories of mishap probability

-Sub-Category A: Likely to to occur immediately of short period of time
-Sub-Category B: Probably will occur in time
-Sub-Category C: May occur in time.
-Sub-Category D: Unlikely to occur.

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Define RAC's

Risk Assessment Code; Combines elements of hazard severity and mishap probability

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What are the 5 RAC's

-Critical
-Serious
-Moderate
-Minor
-Negligible

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Name the 4 required mishap reportable items

-Government property damage
-On duty civilian and on/off duty military injury
-Work related injury that requires care beyond first aid
-Any other incident of interest

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Name the 11 pressure points

-Jaw
-Temple
-Collar Bone
-Neck
-Inner Upper Arm
-Inner Elbow
-Wrist
-Upper Thigh
-Groin
-Knee
-Ankle

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HERO

Hazardous Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordinance

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HERP

Hazardous Electromagnetic Radiation to Personnel

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HERF

Hazardous Electromagnetic Radiation to Fuels

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Define HAZMAT

Any material because of its quantity, concentration, or physical/chemical characteristics, pose hazards to human health or environment

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Describe an MSDS

-Material Safety Data Sheet; Lists specific information and precautions for various substances

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Examples of PPE

-Respirators
-Hand Protection
-Foot Protection
-Eye Protection
-Face Protection
-Skin/Body Protection
-Hearing Protection

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Discuss the 6 Navy Doctrines; WIPLOC

-Warfare
-Intelligence
-Planning
-Logistics
-Operations
-Command and Control

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Seven principles of Naval Logistics

-Flexibility
-Economy
-Attainability
-Responsiveness
-Simplicity
-Sustainability
-Survivability

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Name the 1st Navy ship to be named after an enlisted man

-USS OSMOND INGRAM
-Ingram was the first enlisted man killed in WW2

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What conditions led to the formation of the US Navy

Taxation without representation led to revolt in the original 13 colonies

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Discuss Battle of Corral Sea

7-8 May 1942; first carrier vs. carrier battle fought solely by aircraft

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Discuss Battle of Midway

3-5 Jun 1942; Turning point in the Pacific War

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Battle of Leyte Gulf

Final blow to Japanese Navy; Largest battle in WW2

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Discuss Gemini 3

First 2 person space flight

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Apollo 17

The 7th and final lunar landing mission

23

Discuss On the Roof Gang

Enlisted radio operators were specially trained at a unique located on the roof of the old Navy Department Building; laid the cornerstone Naval Cryptology

24

Discuss Capture of USS PUEBLO

-23Jan68; ELINT and SIGINT research ship which was boarded and captured by DPRK.
-North Korea claimed the ship strayed into their territorial waters.
-PUEBLO is still held by DPRK in the Wonsan Harbor and used as a museum ship; It's the only US ship still held captive.

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Discuss Bletchley Park

-AKA Station X, located in Buckinghamshire, England
-During WW2, site of the UK's main decryption establishment, the Government Code and Cypher School
-Ciphers generated by the German Enigma and Lorenz Machines
-High level intel produced, codenamed ULTRA, provided crucial assistance to the Allied War effort and is credited by some with having shortened the war by 2 years

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Discuss the Attack on USS STARK

-In 1987, an Iraqi jet fighter fired missiles at USS STARK; killing 37, wounding 21
-It is the only successful anti-ship missile attack on a USN warship
-Board of inquiry cited lapse of training requirements and tax procedures

27

Discuss 3 levels of war

-Strategic
-Operational
-Tactical

28

Discuss National Security Act of 1947

-Signed by POTUS Truman in 1947
-Established the CIA
-War Department and Navy Department merged into DoD under SECDEF
-Created Department of Air Force

29

State RADM Grace Hopper's contributions to the Navy

-Led development of COBOL
-Coined the term debugging for fixing glitches
-First female Admiral

30

State the name of the first computer

ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer) ; created in 1942 at University of Pennsylvania

31

Discuss impact of the John Walker espionage case

A retired warrant officer, he spied for the Russians from 1968-1985; allowing Soviet Union to make SIGNIFICANT gains in naval warfare

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Oldest intelligence organization of the USN

Office of Naval Intelligence

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When was ONI founded and by whom

Established in 1882 by SECNAV William H. Hunt

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State the mission of the USN

Train, maintain, and equip combat-ready naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas

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OPCON

Operational Control; having operational responsibility for a given task, mission or region

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ADCON

Administrative Control; having administrative responsibility for forces assigned to a given task, mission or region

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PACOM

Pacific Command (Oahu)

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JFCOM

Joint Forces Command (Norfolk)

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NORTHCOM

Northern Command (Peterson AFB, CO)

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TRANSCOM

Transportation Command (Scott AFB, IL)

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STRATCOM

Strategic Command (Offutt AFB, NE)

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USCYBERCOM

Cyber Command (worldwide)

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2nd Fleet

East coast to mid-atlantic

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3rd Fleet

West Coast to IDL (International Date Line)

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5th Fleet

Middle East to include Persian Gulf

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6th Fleet

Mediterranean

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7th Fleet

West of IDL to Pakistan

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10th Fleet

Worldwide cyber responsibility

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AG

Provides weather in support of intel operations

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CTI

Provides linguistic support to intel community

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CTM

Provide maintenance support to intel equipment

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CTN

Provide network support to intel community

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CTR

Collects, analyzes, and disseminates information to intel community

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CTT

Collects, analyzes, exploits and disseminates Electronic Intelligence (ELINT)

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IS

Relays technical information to various levels of intel community

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IT

Provides technical support to intel and information systems

57

Define C4ISR

Command, Control, Communication, Computers and Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance

58

State the Mission of NCDOC

Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command; provides 24/7 protection to navy's cyber systems

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DIA

Defense Intelligence Agency

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NSA

National Security Agency

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CIA

Central Intelligence Agency

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FBI

Federal Bureau of Investigation

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DOS

Department of State

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NRO

National Reconnaissance Office

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Define CCRI

Command Cyber Readiness Inspection; A formal inspection process , which holds commanders accountable for their respective security posture

66

Explain CWAY

Long range force shaping tool that aids in leveling rating manning between overmanned and undermanned ratings, while managing the quality of reenlistment applicants by controlling the authority for reenlistment

67

Discuss Brilliant on the Basics

-Sponsorship
-Assign a Mentor
-Indoc
-Leadership (CDB's)
-Ombudsmen
-Recognition

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Discuss 3-M

Maintenance Material & Management; provides efficient, uniform methods for conducting and recording maintenance

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Discuss PMS

Planned Maintenance System; standardized method for planning, scheduling, and accomplishing preventive maintenance

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Discuss MOV program

Material Obligation validation; reconciliation of RPPO and ship stores

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Discuss DLR program

Depot Level Repair; Manages high-value items

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MAMs

Maintenance Assist Module; used for troubleshooting only (can be used permanently if authorized by CO)

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Casualty Report

Used in event of equipment malfunction or deficiency which can't be corrected in 48 hrs

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CAT 1

used at training commands; casualty exist but not causing a break in training

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CAT 4

A deficiency exists in mission essential equipment thats worse than CAT 3 and cause a loss of at least 1 primary mission

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NSN

National Stock Number; 13 digits

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APL

Allowance Parts list

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AEL

Allowance Equipage List

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Discuss CHRIMP

Consolidated Hazardous Material Reutilization and Inventory Management Program; a successful method to achieve lifecycle control and management of Hazardous Material (HM) and Hazardous Waste (HW)

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Explain OPTAR

An estimate of the amount of money that will be required by an operating unit to perform tasks and functions assigned.