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1

Where is 5th fleet Based?

Bahrain (Indian Ocean)

2

Where is 6th fleet based?

Naples, Italy (Mediterranean)

3

Where is 7th Fleet based?

Yokosuka, Japan (Pacific Ocean)

4

Where is 10th Fleet Based?

Ft Meade Maryland (Cyber Command)

5

What is on the Administration bill?

Berthing and cleaning assignments.

6

What is on the operations bill?

Boat, Civil disaster relief, cold weather, and darken ship bills.

7

What is on the emergency bill?

General emergency, crash and rescue and emergency steering bills.

8

What is on the special bill?

Anit-sneak/anti-swimmer, evacuating civilian and POW bills.

9

What is found in the battle bill?

Command and control, abandon ship, watch stations.

10

How often are 8 O'clock reports given?

1730 at sea nd 1930 in port.

11

How often are the 12 O'clock reports given?

Daily around 1130

12

What are the 7 reports given in a 12 O'clock report?

Boat report, Muster report, Fuels report, Oil and wastes report, Chronometer report, Draft report, Magazines temperature report.

13

What are the different types of discharge?

General, Bad Conduct, Honorable, Dis-honorable, Other than Honorable.

14

What is a Naval Message used for?

To formally communicate throughout the department of defense.

15

What is a date-time group used for?

Filing and identification purposes.

16

What would you find on your page 2?

Dependents, Next of Kin, Emergency Contact Information.

17

What would you find on your page 4?

History of education, Qualifications, Awards.

18

What would you find on a page 13?

Administrative remarks

19

What is a page 7 and what is found on it?

Report and disposition, used to report offenses against service member.

20

What is and EDVR?

Enlisted Distribution Verification Report.

21

What is an EDVR used for?

The tracking and verification of personnel attached to a command.

22

How many parts are there to an EDVR?

12

23

EDVR Section 1

Prospective Gains (PG)

24

EDVR Section 2

Prospective Losses (PL)

25

EDVR Section 3

Alpha List

26

EDVR Section 4

Total Personnel onboard

27

EDVR Section 5

Personnel Status Summary

28

EDVR Section 6

CNO Billet Authorized Revision number

29

EDVR Section 7

NEC Billet/Personnel Inventory

30

EDVR Section 8

NEC Inventory Section

31

EDVR Section 9

Officer/Enlisted Diary Summary

32

EDVR Section 10

Duty Preference

33

EDVR Section 11

Security Data Validation

34

EDVR Section 12

TAD Personnel

35

What are the steps to ORM?

Identify Hazards, Assess Hazards, Make Risk Decisions, Implement controls, Supervise.

36

What is COSAL?

Coordinated Shipboard Allowance List

37

What are the two parts of COSAL?

APL's and AEL's

38

What is validating?

Comparing APL's/AEL's to the actual installed equipment.

39

What is ASI?

Automated Shore Interface.

40

What does MOV stand for?

Material Obligation Validation.

41

What are the 4 codes for MOV?

VR-Valid still required; VN-Valid no longer needed; FR-Fully received; PR-Partially Received.

42

What are the 2 types of MOV validation?

Internal/External.

43

What are DLR's

Depot level repairable.

44

What are the turn-in codes for DLR's?

5G-Turn in immediately; 5S-Return when good parts arrive, RIP (Remain in place).

45

What are MAM's

Maintenance Assist Modules

46

What do MAM's do?

They are trouble-shooting gear.

47

What is a bulkhead ready spare?

Repair parts owned by the supply officer but are in custody if the department that will most likely need it.

48

What is an example of a bulkhead ready spare?

Catapult parts in hangar bays 1 and 2.

49

What is OPTAR

An operating Target (budget)

50

What are the 2 categories of OPTAR?

Consumable and repairable

51

What is DRMO?

Defense Reutilization marketing office.

52

What is DRMO used for?

Free used "stuff" (chairs, tables, TV's)

53

What is basic daily food allowance?

A quantity of food that any person can consume in one day. 7.36

54

What kinds of rations are utilized during battle stations when the galley is not available?

MRE's

55

What are 2 sides of supply?

Readiness and Services.

56

How many digits are in a stock number?

13

57

How many digits are in a NIN?

9

58

What does MSDS stand for?

Material Saftey data sheets.

59

Name 4 things on an MSDS sheet:

Manufacture's name, Spill procedures, Proper PPI, First Aid.

60

What is the Birthday of the Navy?

Oct 13, 1775

61

What is the origin of the hand salute?

Knights in the old days would rais their visors to show they were friendly.

62

What is the 3 digit code that indicates and OPTAR adjustment?

X76

63

What is a LOEP?

List of effective pages.

64

Who is the ships 3M manager?

XO

65

How often is an A-2R check accomplished?

Annually or when required.

66

What qualification is 3M 303?

WCS

67

What does the Y mean on a SYSCOM control number?

Repair parts required.

68

Who is allowed to make pen and ink changes to an MRC Card?

WCS.

69

What changes can they make?

Tools.

70

Who approves the cycle board?

Dept Head.

71

Who approves the Quarterly board?

Dept Head.

72

Who approves the weekly board?

DIVO.

73

How do you designate a rescheduled check on the quarterly board?

Circle it and draw an arrow to which way it was moved.

74

What is a 4790 2K

Work candidate.

75

How do we submit work Candidates?

OMMS-NG

76

What is a 4790 2L?

Amplifying data/ drawings

77

What is a 4790 CK?

Configuration change.

78

How do you indicate Underway periods on the quarterly boards?

Shade in the top.

79

How do you verify an MRC card?

From the MRC to the MIP to the LOEP to the change Page.

80

Who do you notify if there is something wrong with a PMS card?

WCS.

81

What is required to be documented on an EGL?

Up to 8hrs/1 days work.

82

What kind of PMS is an SU check?

Start-up PMS

83

How is mandatory related maintenance indicated on a cycle board?

# Sign behind the check.

84

Define the term UNREP

Underway Replenishment.

85

What are the types of UNREP?

CONREP & VERTREP

86

Define the term CONREP

Connected Replenishment

87

Define the term VERTREP

Vertical Replenishment

88

Define the term STREAM

Standard Tension Replenishment Alongside Method.

89

How many cargo-transferring stations are there and what are their numbers?

4, 7, 9, 17, 19

90

Which cargo stations are heavy lifts

9, and 17

91

How many fuel-receiving stations are there onboard and what are their numbers?

3, 5, 11, 13

92

Where is station 13 located?

Officer's Q-Deck

93

What type of station is 21?

Fuel Delivery.

94

How many probes are there on station 21?

1

95

What is the bridge-to-bridge phone and distance (P&D) line used for?

Tell the distance between ships / CO to CO communications.

96

Where is the P&D line located?

Between elevator 1&2 on the flight deck.

97

How are the distance markers arranged on a PDL

Green - 0, 100, 200, 300; Red - 20, 120, 220; Yellow - 40, 140, 240; Blue - 60, 160, 260; White - 80, 180, 280

98

What is the purpose of the Easing out line?

Help clear the ships deck edge.

99

What is the purpose of steadying lines?

Keep boat alongside the ship.

100

What are the monkey lines used for?

Support 70-75% of the body weight.

101

What are steady lines?

Two lines dropped by the davit crew to stop the swing of the boat when hoisted from the water. Min of 2 people per line.

102

What are the last line off and the first line on?

Sea - painter.

103

What do we use to put the gig and barge in the water?

B&A Crane

104

What does B&A stand for?

Boat and Aircraft

105

Where is the B&A crane located?

Aft of Elevator 3.

106

What is the lifting capacity of a B&A crane?

50,000lbs with a critical lift at 42,500lbs.

107

What is the lifting capacity of the auxiliary hook on the B&A crane?

6,500 lbs

108

What type of anchor does the Lincoln use?

MK2 Navy Stockless.

109

What is the weight of each anchor?

30 tons / 60,000 lbs.

110

How many shots are there in a chain?

12

111

How many fathoms in a shot?

15

112

How many feet in a fathom?

6

113

How many fathoms is the length of the chain?

12 shots x 15 fathoms - 180.

114

How is the anchor chain color - coded?

Red, White, Blue

115

How can you tell the difference between the 1st and the 4th shot?

4th Shot has 4 white links on both sides of the swivel and 4 wire wraps.

116

What are the chain markings per shot?

1 Red (15 fathoms); 2 White (30 Fathoms); 3 Blue (45 fathoms); 4 Red (60 fathoms); 5 White (75 fathoms); 6 Blue (90 fathoms).

117

What is a wildcat?

Used to raise the chain.

118

How many mooring lines does the Lincoln use?

12

119

Is a single-up and doulbe up 1 line, or 2 lines?

1

120

What vertical shaft do we use to put the mooring lines under tension?

Capstain.

121

How many Capstans are onboard?

8

122

What is a gypsy head?

Used to heave around lines or wire.

123

What does avast mean?

Stop.

124

What does heave around mean?

Pull in line.

125

What does hold mean?

Secure the line so it doesn't allow slippage.

126

What does check mean?

Let the line surge a little at a time to prevent the line from parting.

127

What does ease mean?

Let line out until it is under less tension but not slacked.

128

What does slack mean?

Take all tension off the line and let it hang, but not in the water.

129

Where is line 8 located?

Officer's Q-Deck.

130

How many lines do we use for heavy weather and what are their numbers?

14: 0 and 13

131

What are the mooring lines made of?

Kevlar and Aramid.

132

How are the mooring lines constructed?

4 strands around a fiber core.

133

What is the bitter end of the line?

The free end.

134

What is the last shot of the chain called, and what color?

Danger shot/red.

135

What is the second to last shot of the chain called and what color?

Warning shot/yellow

136

What holds the anchor chain from running?

Anchor brake.

137

What is the pelican hook used for?

Instant release.

138

How many chain stoppers do we have and what are they called?

3 Housing Stopper, Riding stopper, Storm Stopper.

139

How much does each detachable link weigh?

365 lbs.

140

How many lifeboats do we have?

128

141

What is the sequence of events for launching a ready lifeboat?

Man the boat, monkey lines over, release davit, boat in water, aft falls, fwd falls, aft steady line, fwd steady line, and sea painter.

142

Which lines are in the forecastle?

Lines 1-4.

143

Which lines are in the hagar bays?

Lines 5-8

144

Which lines are on the fantail?

Lines 9-12.

145

How many abandon ship lockers do we have?

15

146

How many rubber duckies are in each locker?

110

147

How many RHIB boats/rescue lifeboats are there?

2

148

What is the port RHIB boat for?

Force protection.

149

How long are the RHIB boats?

7 meters.

150

What does RHIB stand for?

Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat.

151

Who is on the crew of a RHIB boat?

Coxswain - driver; Boat Engineer - fixes broken engine; SAR swimmer - rescuers; Boat officer - talks to bridge and carries weapon; signalman - now a QM.

152

What is the capacity of the RHIB bat?

Cargo 1900 lbs, personnel 15 + crew of 3 in protected water. 9+ crew of 3 in open water.

153

What are boat booms for?

To moor our boats well clear of the side.

154

How many boat booms do we have?

2

155

How do you fake a line?

Lay it out in long flat bights - alongside one another.

156

What is coiling a line?

Lay it in circular turns like a cobra.

157

What is the stern dock for?

Embarking and disembarking harbor pilots, liberty for the crew.

158

What is a bit?

Cylindrical shapes of cast iron or steel, arranged in pairs, fwd and aft of each chock.`

159

What is a chock?

A heavy fitting through which mooring line is led.

160

What is a cleat?

A pair of projecting horns used for belaying a line.

161

What is a spring lay?

A rope in which each strand consists partly of wire and partly of fiber - prevents for and aft movement.

162

What is small stuff?

A general term for any fiber line 1 3/4 inches in circumference or less.

163

What is Flemish?

Line coiled flat and tight.

164

What is a chafing gear?

Canvas, line or other material wrapped around the area of line where the rat guards are placed.

165

How is the DRT (dead reckoning tracer) used in a man overboard?

Energized when man overboard is called away, plots the course of the ship to guide in navigation.

166

What is Global Positioning System (GPS)?

System that provides highly accurate location.

167

Name the Unrep crew, their responsibilities and their helmet colors:

Rig Captain (yellow helmet) in charge of rig; Riggers (blue helmet) connect/disconnect rig, tend the line; Safety officer (White with green cross) responsible for safety of station; Corpsman (White with red cross) medical watch station; Gunner's mate (red helmet) line thrower; Winch Operator (Brown helmet) controls the winch; Phone talker (green helmet) relays orders via sound powered telephone; Signalman (Green helmet) transmits orders via signal paddles.

168

Define the term Dip

is when the flag is halfway up (preparing), Close up is at top (in progress), and hauled down is when the flag is at the bottom (complete).

169

What does it mean for the ships when Romeo is at dip?

Control ship - ready to receive you alongside; Approach ship - am ready to come alongside.

170

What does it mean when Romeo is close up?

Control ship - ready to receive you along the side rigged; Approach ship - Commencing approach.

171

What does it mean when Romeo is hauled down?

Control ship - first line is secured and messenger is at hand; Approach ship - first line is secured.

172

What does it mean when prep is at dip?

Approach ship - expect to disengage in 15 mins.

173

What does it mean when prep is close up?

Approach ship are disengaging.

174

What does it mean when prep is hauled down?

Approach ship is clear of delivery ship.

175

What does it mean when Bravo is at dip?

Both ships preparing to transfer.

176

What does it mean when Bravo is close up?

Both ships transferring fuels/ammo

177

What does it mean when Bravo is hauled down?

Both ships completed transfer.

178

What are the three types of man overboard recovery?

Helo, small boat, and shipboard.

179

Which type of man overbaord recovery will we never use?

shipboard.

180

What is the ships helm and what is it comprise dof?

Unit that maneuvers the ship - comprised of two gyro repeaters.

181

What does the lee helm do?

Operates the Engine order Telegraph.

182

What does the engine order telegraph do?

Provides speed input for the ship.

183

Who orders the speed desired?

The Conning Officer

184

Who monitors the alarm panel?

Helmsman.

185

What is ECDIS?

Electronic Chart Display and Information System

186

What is a telescopic alidade?

A device used with a gyro repeater to take in bearing.

187

What is a PMP?

Parallel motion protractor, two rulers consisting of a protractor.

188

What is a gyrocompass?

An electromechanical compass used to indicate true north keeping the ship on course.

189

What is a magnetic compass?

Used as a back-up to the gyro compass but only displays magnetic north.

190

What is radar?

Radio Detection and Ranging.

191

What is a radars purpose?

Used to determine the distance to and direction of an object.

192

What are the primary radars used by the navigation team?

SPS-67 and SPS 73.

193

What is ta fathometer?

Used to measure the depth of the water under the keel, UQN-4.

194

What is SATNAV?

Satellite Navigation.

195

What is SATNAV's Purpose?

Highly accurate passive all weather worldwide navigational system.

196

What is LOP?

Lin of Position.

197

What is a line of Position?

A plotted line in which a vessel is located.

198

What is an EP?

Estimated position - an estimate of where craft is.

199

What is fix?

An accurate position that has been established.