Flashcards in Final Board Part 1 Deck (199):
Which ammo On-board is most susceptible to HERO?
CIWS and ACFT 20NM
What is one piece of Firefighting equipment unique to the flight deck?
What is the purpose of the Tilly?
To remove disabled aircraft from landing area
What is the A/S32P-16
How much AFFF does the A/S32P-16 carry?
How much Halon does the A/S32P-16 carry?
What is the difference between the AIM-7 and RIM7P Missiles?
AIM 7 is launched from Aircraft
What is the difference between hot and cold refueling?
Hot is when the Aircraft is running - both are Grounded
What is the difference between foul lines and safe-shot lines?
Foul lines are visual reference of obstruction in the path of landing aircraft. Safe shot lines are visible reference for cats 1 &2 of obstructions in the path of launching Aircraft.
What does FOD stand for?
Foreign Object Damage
How do we put out a catapult fire?
How many arresting gear wires do we use during normal recover?
Where is AC elevator #4
Port Hangar Bay 3
What is the purpose of flight deck markings?
Separate safe parking area from the landing area, and designate other safe or danger areas.
What does the foul line look like?
Red/white stripe indicating the end of the safe areas.
What are stantions?
Raised automatically when using aircraft elevators acting as a physical barrier.
What are safe launch lines?
Red/white strip on the bow, and yellow on the waist to inform personnel to stay behind the line during launching to prevent injury.
Why are the safe launch lines yellow on the waist?
The foul line for landing continues into the safe launch line. It's used to show that they are the same area and still indicate the difference.
What is the deck edge scupper?
A curb that runs arolund port and starboard side of the flight deck.
What are safety nets?
Wire nets located around the flight deck to catch personnel blown off their feet
What are bomb jettison ramps?
Located around the edge. Hinges allow them to be retracted allowing for easy catwalk access.
What are access ladders?
Stair that allow personnel to climb between the flight deck and cat walks.
What are ordnance elevators?
3 upper stage elevators lift weapon ordnance between hangar 1 and hangar 2 to the starboard side of the flight deck.
How many and where are the aircraft elevators?
There are 4: 3 starboard and 1 port.
What is the purpose of flight deck status lights?
Visual indication for primary and LSO's of the current landing area status.
What is the IFLOLS
Improved Fresnel Lens Optical Landing System
What is the IFLOLS purpose?
Provide pilot with a visual indication of his position with respect to a prescribed glide scope.
What is the function of a catapult?
Provide a means to launch aircraft from the deck.
How many catapults does our ship have?
4 numbered starboard to port.
Where are the 4 steam accumulators located?
1: 02-69-1-Q 2: 01-69-2-Q 3&4: 01-165-4-Q
What is the purpose of arresting gear?
To stop the jet on the flight deck.
What is the purpose of JBD (Jet Blast Deflector)?
Deflects jet exhaust up and out so that personnel and equipment are not blown away.
What is the barricade?
An emergency arresting system that catches the aircraft in emergency landings.
What two types of barricades do we have?
Rotating propellers and jets.
What do the crash and salvage teams do?
Rescue of aircrew and removal of damaged aircraft from landing area.
What is the air boss responsible for?
Aircraft within 10 miles of ship. Coordinated launch and recovery.
What is the responsibility of the mini-boss?
Assistant to the air boss.
What is the responsibility of the aircraft handler?
Movement of aircraft on flight deck and hangar bays.
What does AIMD stand for?
Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department
What is the function of AIMD?
Repair of critical local repair cycle assets and support equipment.
When referring to the flight deck what do the following colors of the deck mean?
Red: foul, cannot recover aircraft Amber: rotors engaged or spinning props (helo) Green: safe to recovery Blue: HERO condition
Explain the colors associated with flight crew uniform colors
Green: Maintenance, catapults, arresting gear, photographers Yellow: Aircraft handlers Purple: Fuels Red: Weapons, ordnance, crash and salvage White with Green Cross: Safety White with red cross: medical Brown: Plane Captain Blue: Chocks, chains and tractors
What are 3 watch stations in pri-fly?
Air boss, Mini boss, tower supervisor, ISIS operator, spotters, IFLOLS operator, AG operator.
Where does the Air boss work?
What is the purpose of CATCC?
Control airspace within 50 NM around the ship.
What are the different models of aircraft the lincoln has onboard?
EA6B Prowler E2C Hawkeye C2 Greyhound FA18C/D Hornet FA18E/F Super Hornet SH-60 Helo
What is the SPN 41 radar used for?
Independent landing motor: allow pilot to make an instrument approach to ship. Aligns Aircraft with flight deck.
What is the SPN 43 radar used for?
Used for Mrshall control/stack -- final approach
What is the SPN 46 radar used for?
PALS: Precision Approach Landing System. Enables pilot to perform approaches under manual or fully automatic approach.
How many modes of operation does the SPN 46 have and what are they?
3: Automatic, manual, and talk in.
How do the automatic and manual modes work for SPN 46?
Aircraft is brought in by CATCC on Auto, Pilot uses needles on manual.
What does METOC stand for?
Meteorological Center - provides weather information.
What are the missions of the following Aircraft?
FA18 Hornet: Medium Range air to air and air to surface attack. EA-6B Prowler: Electronic support/attack E2C Hawkeye: Airborne early warning/strike warfare controller C2 Greyhound: Logistics and Personnel transfer SH-60 Helo: Anti-sub, SAR, Drug interdiction, anti-ship warfare, and cargo transfer.
What is the purpose of the catapults system?
To provide high-pressure steam to drive the catapult piston and shuttle forward to launch aircraft.
What is CSC?
Catapult Supervisory Control
What is ICCS?
Integrated Catapult Control System
What fuel do we use onboard?
What is JP5 used for?
Aircraft, emergency diesel generators, and ground equipment.
How many JP5 Service pumps are there?
What are FOSP'S?
Fuel Oil Service Pumps
How many FOSP's are there?
What is the purpose of oil strainers?
Protect the pumps from damage or particles
What is the purpose of the fuel and oil transfer pump?
To transfer fuel, purify, off-load or pump to ships.
How much can the fuel and oil transfer pump, pump per minute?
What is the puprose of the fuel and oil storage tanks?
To hold fuel that awaits for transfer to the service tanks.
What is the fuel oil stripping system?
The fuel and oil tanks stripping system cleans fuel oil storage tanks of sludge and water before oil is pumped.
What systems onboard do we use for phone calls/email/internet/Video teleconferencing?
DSCS (Defense Satellite Communication System) / CBSP (commercial Broadband Satellite Provider).
What is CIWS?
Close in Weapons System
What is the range of CIWIS?
1 NM / 2000 yds.
What is the rate of fire for CIWS?
4500 rounds per minute
What constitutes a hot gun for CIWS?
300 rounds in less than 5 minutes
What kind of rounds does the CIWS have?
20 mm / dummy rounds
What are the CIWS rounds made of?
How many CIWS Mounts are there?
Where are the CIWS mounts located?
Forward starbard and Aft port and starboard.
How are the mounts numbered?
21, 23, and 24
How much ammo can a CIWS mount hold?
What are the two modes of CIWS?
Automatic and Manual
Do the CIWS mounts have IFF?
Where can the CIWS mounts be operated from?
Remotely from CDC and locally from the mount.
What mode do we use?
Where are the radars located for the CIWS?
In white domes on the mounts.
How many NSSMS (Nato Sea Sparrow Missile System) mounts are onboard?
Where are the NSSMS mounts located?
Forward starboard and aft port
How many missiles does the NATO hold?
What is the range of NSSMS?
What type of missle does the NSSMS use?
RIM - 7P
What does RAM stand for?
Rolling Airframe Missile
How many RAM mounts do we have and what is their range?
2 and 4.5 NM
How many Missiles can RAM hold?
Where is RAM located?
Forward port and AFT starboard
What is the radio detection for NATO?
How many .50 cal mounts are there onboard?
How are the .50 cal mounts numbered?
What is considered a hot gun for the .50 cal?
200 rounds in 2 mins or less.
What is the range of the .50 cal?
1 NM /2000 yds (7400 yd max range)
Define the acronym Sonar?
Sound Navigation and Ranging.
Define the acronym Radar ?
Radio Detection and Ranging.
What are the Lincoln's self defense weapons onboard?
NSSMS / CIWS / .50 cal / RAM
What is the primary air - search radar onboard?
What is the range of the primary air-search radar?
5000 Yds - 220 NM
What is the secondary air - search radar onboard?
What is the range of the secondary air-search radar?
500 yds -- 256 NM
What type of cooling does the SPS - 49 use?
What is the primary surface search radar?
SPS - 67
What is the range of the primary surface search radar?
75 yds - 100NM
What is the secondary surface search radar onboard?
SPS - 73
What is the range of the secondary surface search radar?
40 yds -- 48 NM
What is the difference between 2D and 3D radar?
3D has elevation.
What does CSOSS stand for?
Combat Systems Operational Sequencing System.
Where is the CSOSS located?
What is the purpose of CSOSS?
Proper turn on/off procedures, casualty data, and amplifying information.
Where does the Combat Systems Officer of the Watch (CSOOW) stand watch?
What is the UQN-4?
What is the difference between Passive and Active Sonar?
Passive listens to noise of target / Active Pings its own signal to acquire a target.
Does the UQN-4 use active or passive sonar?
What factors affect sonar operations?
Salinity / Pressure / Temperature
What are the 4 D's that apply to a weapons system?
Detection, direction, Delivery, Destruction
What is HERO?
Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordinance.
What type of ammunition is most susceptible to HERO?
What does C5I stand for?
Command / Control / Communications / Computers / Combat systems / Intelligence
What does the TACAN look like?
Highest antenna on the mast
What information does the TACAN provide?
Range and bearing.
What method does the TACAN use to transmit?
What is NAVMACS?
Naval Administrative Messaging System.
What is the purpose of a train - warning Circle?
Red 4 inch wide line extending 18 in from the max rotation projection of the gun mount (danger area)
How many and what kind of gyrocompass do we have?
2 - WSN-7 and 3 laser ring.
Where is the WSN-7 located and what does it allow you to do?
Located in the Forward IC and allows you to control the gyro remotely.
What do the ships Gyros do?
Provide Attitude data - Heading, Pitch, Roll, Speed.
What are the modes of operation for the SLQ-32?
ES and EA.
What does the term hang fire mean?
Temporary failure or delayed ignition of primer or charge.
What does misfire mean?
Failure of a primer to ignite when fire action is initiated.
What does hot gun mean?
Gun whose barrel temperature has been raised to a temp at which cook-off of a round is possible.
How long is the cable on NIXIE?
1500ft streamable 1600 ft total.
What provides an electro - acoustic decoy target to help protect surface vessels from torpedoes?
AN/SLQ-25 - NIXIE.
What is the Frequency Range of HF?
What is the Frequency Range ofVHF?
What is the Frequency Range of UHF?
300 Mhz -- 3 Ghz
What is the Frequency Range of SHF?
What is the Frequency Range of EHF?
Name 2 purposes of UHF?
Voice Comms/ Data Link
What is a UHF Transceiver?
What frequency allows over the horizon communications?
What is the Transmitter for HF?
What is the Receiver for HF?
Name 4 HF Antennas?
Whip, stubby, fan wire, bull horns.
Name the UHF LOS antennas?
Spider, Stovepipes, Christmas Trees, and Dishes/Plates
What UHF antenna is used for SATCOM?
OE82C / Trashcan.
What is the frequency used for SATCOMS and LOS?
What are the EHF antennas?
4 white domes located on the O11
What antennas are used for SHF?
DSCS (defense Satellite Communication System) / CBSP (Commercial Broadband Satellite Provider).
How long is the Pitsword/Rodmeter?
What is a dummy log used for?
Manual Control the input speed.
What is the purpose of fire control?
Place ordinance on target - Warheads on foreheads.
What is a SPA -25?
Define the projectile acronym WP?
What is the purpose of the MK-23 fire control radar?
Provides accurate target position.
What is the purpose of the differential GPS?
Uses longitude and latitude coordinated.
What is the CSRO and when is the watch manned?
Combat Systems Readiness Officer - only manned during GQ.
What is ACLS?
Automatic carrier Landing System.
What are the primary gun systems found on navy surface combatants?
76 mm and 5" .54 cal.
What does ACDS stand for?
Advanced Combat Direction System.
What is the purpose of ACDS?
Intergrate ship's weapons, sensors, and Intelligence.
Define Deadly Force
Force that a person uses causing, or that a person knows, or should know would create a substantial risk of causing, death or serious bodily harm or injury.
What are the six areas of a Naval Doctrine?
Warfare, Intelligence, Logistics, Planning, Operations, Command and Control.
What are the 7 principles of Naval Logistics?
Flexibility, Economy, Attainability, Responsiveness, Survivability, Sustainability, Simplicity.
What are the 6 Categories of HAZMAT?
Flammable, Aerosols, Toxic, Corrosives, Oxidizing Material, Compressed Gasses.
What is the purpose of Naval Logistics?
To provide and sustain our operational readiness.
Describe the Naval Reserve?
Provides trained units and qualified individuals for active duty in time of war or national emergency and at other times required by national security.
What was the first ship named after an enlisted man?
The osmand Ingram (DD-255)
What is the oldest US Navy Commissioned vessel?
USS Constitution, Frigate Class.
What is the oldest active duty ship in service and when was it commissioned?
USS Enterprise (CVN-65), 1961
What type of ships were sent out on the Great White Fleet?
What classes of vessels existed at the inception of the Navy?
Ships-of-the-Line, Frigates, Sloops of War.
Battle of Coral Sea:
The first air to air battle; forces never saw each other (4-8 May 1942)
Voyage of the Great White Fleet:
Display of Naval power sent out by President Theodore Roosevelt and to show that the United states could be anywhere at any time. (16 Dec 1907 - 22 Feb 1909)
Battle of Normandy:
D-Day, largest amphibious assault ever. 2500 Navy ships (6 Jun 1944).
Battle of Midway:
Turning point in WWII, we lost the carrier USS Yorktown.
Invasion of Guadal Canal:
5 Sulivan Brothers Died
Battle of Leyte Gulf:
Japanese Navy was virtually destroyed (20, 23-25 Oct 1944)
Attack on Pearl Harbor:
USS Cole attack:
DDG-67 (October 12, 2000) 17 killed, 39 injuured while in a Yemeni port.
September 11, 2001:
Series of coordinated suicide attacks on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon 19 Hijackers.
What are the three levels of war?
Strategic, Operational, Tactical.
Who is the Commander in Chief?
President Barack Obama.
Who is the Vice President?
Mr. Joe Biden.
Who is the Secretary of Defense?
Mr. Leon Panetta
Who is the Secretary of the Navy?
Mr. Ray Mabus
Who is the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO)?
ADM. Jonathan Greenert
Who is the MCPON (Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy)?
MCPON Michael D. Stevens
Who is the Commanding Officer?
Who is the XO?
Who is the CMC?
CMC Gregg Weber
Who is the Command Career Counselor?
Who is the OMBUDSMAN?
Who is DAPA?
Where is 2nd fleet based? (Now COMUSFLTFORCOM)
Norfolk, VA (Atlantic)
Where is 3rd fleet based?
San Diego, CA (Pacific)