Flashcards in Final Board Part 5 Deck (199):
What are the responsibilities of the TAO?
Acts as an advisor for the CO, Operates from Display and Decision, only person besides the CO that has weapons release authority.
What are the functions of the IFF modes?
Mode 1: Mission Code; Mode 2: Unit ID; Mode 3: Civilian and Military air traffic control; Mode 4: Military ID; Mode C: altitude.
What is the function fo the TACAN?
Highest antenna on the mast, provides a homing frequency for the aircraft that provides range and bearing for pilots.
What is the ACDS?
Advanced Combat Direction System.
Where is the ACDS console located?
In the CDC
What does the ACDS do?
Intergrates ships sensors, weapons and intelligence.
What is the MK23?
2D fire control radar used to detect and track high speed small targets.
What is the range distance of the MK23?
Min 2000 yds, max 25 NM
What is CVIC?
Carrier Intelligence center - brief/debrief pilots, gives indications and warnings, and provides strike-mission planning.
Which two radars detect all air contact?
SPS 48 / SPS 49
How many CDC modules do we have onboard?
What is the primary job of the CDC?
To gather, process display, evaluate, and disseminate information.
What is the CDC's secondary job?
Assist the bridge.
What are OS's called?
Air Intercept Controllers (AIC)
What is IFF?
Identification friend or foe - used to determine if an aircraft or ship is an ally
What is the Operations Officer responsible for?
Responsible to the CO on combat and operational information required for ship's mission.
What is the Communications Officer responsible for?
Responsible to the CO for visual and electronic exterior communication equipment.
What does TAO stand for?
Tactical Actions Officer.
What is CDCWO and what are his responsibilities?
CDC watch officer - admin assistant to TAO - senior enlisted or officer.
What is SWC and what are his responsibilities?
Ship's Weapons Coordinator - Assist with weapon selection - senior OS or officer.
What are the responsibilities of the SUWC?
Surface Warfare Coordinator - responsible for management of surface contacts.
What is RCP and what are his responsibilities?
Remote Control Panel operator - FC that operates CIWS
What is TAS/RAM and what is it?
Target Acquisition System / Rolling Airframe Guided Missile - FC operates.
What are the responsibilities of the STRIKE?
Check Aircraft mode II and IV - OS.
What is the main responsibility for the ASW module?
Subsurface picture for USW
Who controls the ZULU module?
What is the main job of Desron 9?
Control surface ships battle group.
Who has their own TAO in ZULU module?
What is GCCS/M?
Global Command and Control System/Maritime.
What is the purpose of the GCCS-M?
To formulate tactical decisions - long range near real time tactical display.
What is the purpose of the EW module?
To provide electronic support and electronic attack to CDC and ALSG and to set EMCON.
What is the purpose of the ULQ-16?
Pulse analyzer used to assist in evaluating signals.
What is ES?
Electronic support - intercept enemy emissions.
What is EA?
Electronic attack - jamming enemies electronics.
What is EP?
Electronic protection - protects our forces from interception and exploitation of emissions.
What is EMCON used for?
To hide our ship's emitters from enemy detection.
What is SSES?
Ship's Signal Exploitation Space.
Where is the SSES located?
COS P-way on the 03.
Who stands watch in SSES?
YN, CT, IT
What does SNOOPIE stand for?
Ship Naval On-scene Observation Photo Intelligence Evaluators.
Which module is not in the CDC?
TOP - on the 09
What is TOP?
Tactical Operations Plot.
What is the main job of TOP?
Track surface contacts, assist during man overboard.
What is CATCC?
Carrier Air Traffic Control Center.
What is the main job of CATCC?
Control aircraft departing and landing within 50 NM around ship.
What are the zones of CATCC?
Strike - brings aircraft from mission, hands off to CATCC at 50 NM; Marshall- take aircraft to 21 NM, hands off to Approach; Approach - control AC from 21 to 8 NM; Final - takes over at 8 NM down to 3/4, hands off to LSO at the deck.
What is the SPN 41?
Bull's eye/landing aid independent landing motor.
What is the SPN 43?
Primary CATCC radar used for departure approach, marshall - Navy's Air traffic control radar system.
What is the SPN 46?
Final Radar - PALS (precision approach landing system)
What are the classifications of CVIC?
Confidential, secret, top secret.
What are the modules of CDC?
D&T, D&D, EW, AW, ASW, ZULU, TOP
What is the purpose of D&T?
Control the link and designate air contacts.
What is the function of ASW?
What is the function of D&D?
Make the tactical decisions for fighting the ships.
What is the function of EW?
Who works in the EW mod?
What is an OPREP-3 Navy Blue?
US Navy interest (lost aircraft)
What is an OPREP-3 Pinnacle message, who does it go to?
Incidents of national interests, goes to the president (ex. Nuclear incident)
What is PALS?
Precision Approach Landing System.
What is ASTAC?
Anti submarine tactical air controller.
What does CIC stand for?
Combat information center.
What is he primary mission of CIC/CDC?
Relay pertinent tactical information to command and control stations.
What is an OPLAN?
What is an operation plan?
Complete formatted plan prepared well in advance for conducting military operations.
What is a radar repeater?
Used to detect and track surface and air contacts.
What does GINGERBREAD mean?
There is an intruder on the net.
What is a BEADWINDOW?
A 7-code number corresponding to communications security violations.
What is the SPA-25?
Radar repeater used to detect track and display local tracks.
What type of ACDS do we have?
AN/SYQ-20, ACDS Block 1.
What does the ACDS do?
Allows command and control of battle group tactical operations through censor's weapons and intelligence sources.
What is data link 4A?
AKA Dolly - UHF communication link providing computer control communication between aircraft.
What is data link 11?
AKA Aligator - High speed digital data link between TDS units. Used to exchange tracking information and weapons control orders.
What is data link 14?
AKA Beaver - not onboard.
What is data link 16?
AKA Timber - High-speed digital UHF satellite communication link has anti-jam capabilities.
What is ECM?
What are two types of ECM?
Passive - receive only; Active - using electronic jamming actions the enemy can detect.
What is dipping Sonar?
Sonar that obtains range, bearing, Doppler info and listens and collects information by target echoes.
What are sonobouys?
Sonar that are dropped in the water and float on the surface to send and receive transmission.
What is the CDC?
Combat direction center - responsible for the coordination of all matter pertaining to combat operations.
Which two modules of the CDC deal with anti-sub warfar?
ASW and ZULU.
What is the SLQ-32 (V) 4?
Used for anti-ship missile defense by electronic jamming or to passively receive signals for id purposes - has 2 modes - ES and EA.
What is the SLQ-25/25A.
NIXIE - torpedo countermeasures - located on the fantail.
How many modes does the NIXIE have?
2 Acoustic and magnetic.
What are the 3 phases of a ship training cycle?
Basic, Intermediate, Advance
What is CART?
Command Assessment of Readiness and Training Team.
What is TSTA?
Tailored Ship's Training Availability.
What is FEP?
Final Evaluatino Problem.
What does the track supervisor do?
Controls link picture.
What is the QWQC-2?
AKA Gertrude - talks to subs, can hear torpedoes.
How many NIXIE mounts are there?
What is MIO?
Maritime Interdiction Operations.
What is NEO?
Non-combatant evacuation Operations.
What is SAR?
Search and Rescue - used to assist personnel and property inpotential or actual distress.
Where is the SPS-49 located?
On the tower aft of the island.
Where is the SPS-48 located?
Above the signal bridge.
What is the ASTAB?
Automated status board.
What is the purpose of the Reactors?
What process is used to create heat?
What is the reactor scram?
An emergency shutdown of the reactor plant.
What is the purpose of the Steam Generators?
Make steam for loads.
What is a guide to clarify procedures to esnure interpreted the same by all watch standers?
Reactor Department Standing Order.
How does the nuclear reaction produce usable energy?
Heat cuased by nuclear fission is used to change water into steam Pressurized steam is fed to turbines causing them to rotate and produce energy.
How many EDG's are Onboard?
Where are the EDG's located?
1&2 under Forward DC&R Berthing - 3&4 under Aft M-Div Berthing.
Which EDG's support the aft electric plant?
3 & 4
What is the purpose of the EDG's?
Used to energize vital loads during casualties that result in loss of power.
Who is the father of Nuclear Power?
What was the name of the first nuclear powered aircraft carrier?
How many Distilling units do we have?
What is the capacity of the Distilling units?
100,000 per unit per day.
What is the purpose of the line shaft bearings?
Support the weight of the shaft as it runs through the ship.
What is the purpose of the Reboilers?
Where are the Reboilers located?
1A and 4B shaft alleys.
What are some Hotel Service?
Heating steam/laundry hot water/lube oil heating/ galley steam
What is the purpose of the emergency diesel generators?
To power reactor fill pumps / Vital electrical loads.
What is the purpose of the Rduction Gears?
To turn High speed low torque into low speed high torque.
What is the purpose of the Propulsion turbines?
Turn steam into power.
How many blades are on the ships propellers?
What is the purpose of the strut bearing?
Supports the weight of the shaft externally.
What is the advantage of Nuclear power over Fossil fuels?
Sustain longer/less pollutant/more cargo room/less UNREPS
What do you do if you find a Yellow Polly Bag?
Secure the area / have someone contact 7211 to get an ELT
What rate is an ELT?
Nuclear trained MM's
What is the purpose of the De-aerating feed tank?
To remove air form the water/Preheat and store the water before it gets to the steam generator.
What is the EOOW?
Engineering Officer Of the Watch: responsible for operations of the propulsion plants during normal at sea operations.
Where does the EOOW stand watch?
Where does the throttle-man stand watch?
Who directly controls the reactor?
What is the RO/SRO?
Reactor Operator/Shutdown Reactor Operator: operation of the reactor systems.
What rate stands reactor Operator watch?
ET underway, EM during shutdown.
What is the purpose of the main condenser?
Condenses steam from the main engine back to water.
What was the first naval nuclear powered vessel?
What was the first naval nuclear powered surface ship?
USS Long beach.
What are the four stages in the steam cycle?
Generation, Expansion, Condensation, Feed.
How many shafts do we have?
Which plants are the shafts located in?
1&4 are in plant 1: 2&3 are in plant 2
What screws are the rudders located behind?
2 & 3
What is the purpose of the coolant turbine generators?
Produce electrical power for the RCP.
Who directly controls the shaft rpm?
What is the name of the reator control room?
EOS - Enclosed Operating Station.
What is the job of the log recorder / phone talker?
Take logs (temperatures) and man phones (communications in the plant.)
Who controls electrical loads? What is their rate?
Load Dispatcher (LD), EM
What is the Load Dispatcher responsible for?
Distribution and control of the ship's normal service, emergency coolant propulsion at 400Hz power system.
Who controls water inventory? What is their rate?
Water Control Watch, MM
What is CSC?
Catapult Supervisory Control.
Where are the CAC's?
One in each RAR and MMR
What are the CAC's for?
Provide air for pilot operated valves in the reactor plant.
What is the difference between feed water and potable water?
Feed water is sent through a demineralizer to make it more pure.
What is the purpose of the Main Air Ejectors?
Maintain vacuum in main condensers.
What is the function of the guarding valve?
Secure steam to main engine quickly if necessary.
What type of reactor do we have?
Pressurized water reactor (PWR)
What is the pressure of HP air?
What is the pressure of LP air?
What are the responsibilities of Reactor Controls Division?
Maintain Reactor Instrumentation and Control equipment.
What is the type and location of the steam reboilers onboard?
Horizontal Shell and U-tube type heat exchangers. Located on upper level of 1A and 4B shaft alleys.
What does the reboiler heating system do?
What is the reboiler heating drain?
Directs the steam.
Who is the CRW/RMO?
Chief Reactor Watch and Shutdown Reactor Mechanical Operator.
What does the CRW/RMO do?
Supervises all reactor mechanical watch standers and ensures the proper, stage, and efficient operation of all machinery and fluid systems located in the reactor room.
Who is the ELT?
Engineering Laboratory Technician.
What is the ELT's responsibility?
Primary water chemistry, secondary water chemistry, and radiological controls.
What is the function of RL?
Reactor Laboratory - responsible for reactor plants and steam plants, chemistry control and for radiological. Associated with the propulsion plants.
What is the function of RE?
Reactor Electrical - responsible for the operation, care and maintenance of reactor electrical and propulsion plant electrical systems.
What is the function of M?
Machinery - responsible for the operation, care and maintenance of ship's propulsion machinery and related auxiliariesl.
What is the purpose of RC?
Reactor controls - operation of controls and instrumentation.
What is the function of reactor auxiliaries?
Responsible for the operation, care and maintenance of the reactor plant system and emergency diesel generators.
What is the reactor department organizational manual?
Used to inform the responsibilities and functions of all personnel assigned to reactor department.
What is the ship's control bill?
A guide for the safe operation of the ship.
What does reactor critical mean?
Reactor is online.
What is a propulsion plant casualty?
A casualty that affects the safety of the propulsion or reactor equipment.
What does TLD stand for?
Thermal Luminescent Dosimeter.
What is a TLD used for?
Used to measure the amount of radiation received by an individual.
What is the EOS?
Enclosed Operation Station - The main controlling station for the reactor and propulsion plant.
What is NPMTT?
Nuclear propulsion mobile training team - assists the reactor department ability to operate and maintain records.
What is ORSE?
Operation Reactor Safeguard Exam - overall test of the reactor department to function as a department. Occurs annually takes three days.
What is the source of fuel that powers the reactor?
How often does nuclear propulsion have to be refueled?
What does the main engine do?
Moves ship, feeds off reduction gear.
What is the shaft seal?
Prevent water from entering hull.
What are 3 types of air?
HP - elevators, auto start diesel generators: Ship Service air - Tools and generators: Control Air - propulsion plant air.
Where are the distilling units located?
2 in each MMR.
How many HP air compressors are in each MMR?
2 in each MMR
What is the pressure range for the HPAC's
What does SSAC stand for?
Ship Service Air Compressor (SSAC)
Where are the SSAC's located?
#1 in 1MMR, #2 in 2 RAR, #3 in 2 MMR
What pressure range does the SSAC supply?
Where are the Ship Service Turbine Generators (SSTG) located?
2 in each MMR.
What is an ABT?
Automatic Bus Transfer.
What is RAR?
Reactor Auxiliary Room.
What is the function of the RAR?
Producer of steam, deals directly with the reactors and steam generators.
How many York A/C plants do we have?
What keeps the galley's food cool?
What do the following do in regards to A/C plants?
Seawater - remove heat: Compressor - Pumps gas: Chill water - yellowish/greenish color.
What is the purpose of the main jacking gear?
What is normal electrical power?
SSTG - Ship service turbine generators.
What type of distilling plant is used onboard?
Steam operated, low pressure, 6-stage flash type evaporator.
What do potable water pumps do?
Provide ship system pressure at 80-100 psi.
How many potable water pumps are there?
4: 2 in each MMR.
How many potable water tanks are onboard?