Flashcards in Final Board Part 6 Deck (83):
What is the purpose of the potable water risers?
Delivers water to the port and starboard sides.
What are chlorinators?
A better way to store water and remain microorganism free.
What is the RO?
Reactor Officer: overall in charge of all reactor department functions.
What is the RMA?
Reactor Mechanical Assistant: Supervising the operation, care and maintenance of the reactor plant system and emergency diesel generators.
What is the CRA?
Chemistry/Radiological Assistant: chemistry controls and for radiological controls associated with the propulsion plant.
What is the REA?
Reactor Electrical Assistant: operation, care and maintenance of the reactor electrical, reactor control, and instrumentation and propulsion plant electrical plant systems.
What is the MPA?
Main Propulsion Assistant: operation, care, and maintenance of ships propulsion machinery and related auxiliaries.
What is the RDO?
Reactor Duty Officer: commissioned officer - duty In port reactor watch.
What is the job of the PPWO?
Power Plant Watch Officer: Overall control of their prpulsion plant (MMR and RAR).
What is the job of the PPWS?
Power Plant Watch Supervisor: Assists the PPWO.
What is the CMO/SMO?
Chief mechanical Operator / MM shut down Machinery Operator: supervising all MMR watch standers and ensures the proper, safe, and efficient operation of all machinery and fluid systems in reactor room.
What is the function of MMR?
Use ship's steam in ship's propulsion, electrical power generation and water production.
What is the Ahead throttle valve?
Moves ship forward.
What is the Astern Throttle valve?
Moves ship aft.
What is the impact of the ship during the follwing conditions?
Split steam plants - each plant Is operating separately: Cross-connected steam plant ---one reactor supplies two steam plants: Trailing shaft - one or more shafts cannot be powered by main engine but is still turning: Locked shaft - locked - cannot turn: Restricted maneuvering - sea and anchor/UNREP - max plant reliability - extra watches.
What watch standers stand watch in EOS?
Watch Officer, Reactor Operator, Log Recorder, Two throttle man (One for each MMR).
What watch standers stand watch in DCC?
EOOW (engineering Officer of the Watch): Water Control: Load Dispatcher.
What are the fighting 5 load centers and where do they provide their loads to?
Fighting 5 load centers are mission critical loads. Load centers: 22 - NSSMS (Nato Sea Sparrow Missile Systems), CWIS, FWD 400Hz. 46 - Medical, Communications 67 - Island Power 53 - CDC (Combat Direction Center) 83 - AFT 400Hz.
What is the purpose of the main thrust bearing?
Transfers the thrust by the shaft and screw to the hull of the ship.
What torpedo do we have onboard?
What type of fuel does the MK-46 use?
OTTO - 2
What are the symptoms of OTTO-2 fuel exposure?
What does HARM stand for?
High speed Anti-Radiation Missile.
If you are on the flight deck, how do you know HERO is set?
LIMA flag or blue pulsating lights.
How many weapons elevators do we have and where are they located?
9 weapons elevators: 1-4 hangar bay 1, 5-6 hanar bay 2, 7-9 flight deck.
Describe the weapons elevators
Hold up to 10,500 lbs and load up to 72 in. high.
How many upper stage and lower stage elevators are there?
3 upper, 6 lower.
Which weapons elevators are used for medical emergencies?
Upper stage 2 and 1, two is primary because it's closes (aft mess decks)
What are the 3 conditions of HERO?
Safe Unsafe, Susceptible.
What weapons is HERO set for?
.50 cal or CIWS.
What is the purpose fo color coding in regards to ammo?
To mark inert ammo.
What does blue color - coding on ammo mean?
What does yellow color-coding on ammo mean?
What does brown color-coding on ammo mean?
What does a single yellow band around a bomb mean?
It is live.
What does a double yellow band around a bomb mean?
It is thermally protected.
What is TALD?
Tactical Air Launched Decoy.
Whose permission do we need to lay mines?
What is G1 Division?
What does AWSE stand for?
Armament Weapons Support Equipment.
What does AWSE do?
Maintenance, upkeep, isse and receipt of weapons suppor equipment used for transporting ammunition.
What is GIF?
Primarily issues ammo to the air wing to support their mission, mans bomb farm.
Where is the bomb farm?
Starboard side of the tower on the flight deck.
Whatis G2 Division?
Ship's armory - small guns, .50 cal mounts, MK-46 Torpedoes.
What is the G2 Divo's nickname?
Who cleans up OTTO-2 fuel spills?
What is G3 division?
What is G4 division?
What is G5 division?
All Admin, Weapons office, Weapons QA, ROLMS, and Ordinance Control.
What is ROLMS"
Retail Ordnance Logistics Management System - inventory of ship's weapons.
What are 3 types of torpedoes?
MK-48, MK-46 MK - 50
What is an AGM-84A?
What types of guidance do missiles use?
Active Guidance - Sends and Recieves: Semi-active --Recieves only: Passive - Target illuminates itself (INFARED/Heat Seeking.
What guidance system does the HARM missile (AGM - 88A) use?
What guidance system does the Harpoon (AGM-84A) use?
What does the joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAM) use to guide the weapon within 9 meters of target?
What is JSOW?
Joint Stand Off Weapon.
What are 4 types of Missiles?
AIM-7 -Sparrow III Guided Missile (F/A-18 model aircraft and Semi-active guidance): AIM-9 - Sidewinder Guided Missile (F/A-18 model aircraft and Semi-active guidance): AIM-120 - AMRAAM (Advanced Medium Range Air to Air Missile) (F/A-18 model aircraft and Semi-active): AGM-88A - HARM (High Speed Anti Radiation Missile) (F/A-18 model aircraft, but primarily EA-6B Prowler and Passive): AGM-65E - Mavrick Missile: AIM 54 - Phoenix.
What guidance does a Tomahawk use?
Semi-active, ground launched.
What are 3 types of bombs?
Laser Guided Bombs; Cluster Bombs; JDAM - GPS
What are two types of General Purpose (GP) Bombs?
MK 80 series and BLU series.
What are three MK80 series or BLU series bombs without guidance and respective weights?
MK-82 or BLU-111 (500lb: MK-83 or BLU-110 (1000 lb): MK-84 or BLU-109 (2000 lb).
What are 3 laser guided bombs and their respective wieghts?
GBU - 12 (500lb): GBU- 16 (1000 lb): GBU - 10 (2000 lb): GBU - 24 (2000 lb)
What is JDAM?
Joint Direct Attack Munitions.
What are 3 JDAM (GPS Guided) bombs and their respective weights?
GBU - 38 (500 lb): GBU - 32 (1000 lb): GBU - 31 (2000 lb)
What is a CBU?
Cluster bomb Unit (MK 20, CBU-99, CBU-100) anti-tank/anti-personnel.
What are 4 mines used by the Navy?
MK-62 (500 lb), MK - 63 (1000 lb), MK-64 (2000 lb), MK-65 (2000 lb)
What is the nickname for the Weapons Dept. Head?
What is the 20 mm gun?
The Vulcan - automatic gun installed on the F/A 18
What is the rate of fire for the 20 mm Vulcan?
4000 rounds per minute - low/6000 rounds per minute - high.
How many rounds can the F/A 18 hold?
When do we man the .50 cal mounts?
General Quarters and Entering/Leaving port.
What is the .54 cal?
Lightweight gun provides accurate gunfire against fast, highly maneuverable surface targets, air threats, and shore targets (AKA MK-45)
What and where is the OHO?
Ordnance Handling Officer - in Ordnance Control.
Where does the OHO work?
Where is the Ordinance Control located?
Just aft of repair locker 1F
Where does the Air gunner work?
G1 Flight Deck
What is a foul bore?
An obstruction in the barrel.
What provides an electro-acoustic decoy target to help protect surface vessels from torpedoes?
What missile is not launched by an F-18 C Hornet?
Which Submarine detection system is primarily for outer carrier-battle group antisubmarine zones? (100 + NM)
When was the Tomahawk first used?
In operation Desert Storm.