Operations Flashcards Preview

ESWS > Operations > Flashcards

Flashcards in Operations Deck (90):
1

TAO

tactical operations officer

2

ADWC

air defense weapons coordinator

3

TOP

tactical operations plot

4

AIC

air intercept controller

5

ASTAC

anti submarine air controller

6

SCAC

surface combat air controller

7

CDC

combat direction center

8

CATCC

carrier air traffic control center

9

CVTSC

carrier tactical support center

10

CVIC

carrier intelligence center

11

SUPPLOT

supplementary plot

12

SSES

ships signal exploitation space

13

METRO

meteorological center

14

NATO

north atlantic treaty organization

15

SAR

search and rescue

16

IFF

identification: friend or foe

17

CIWS

close in weapons system

18

NSSM

nato sea sparrow missle system

19

radar

radio detection and raging

20

TACAN

tactical air navigation

21

SONAR

SOUND NAVIGATION AND RANGING

22

EMCON

EMISSION CONTROL

23

HERO

HAZARDS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION TO ORDANANCE

24

DRT

DEAD RECKONING TRACER

25

GCCS-M

GLOBAL COMMAND CONTROL SYSTEM-MARITIME

26

CSTT

COMBAT SYSTEM TRAINING TEAM

27

ASTABS

AUTOMATED STATUS BOARDS

28

FLOLS

FRESNEL LENS OPTICAL LANDING SYSTEM

29

SSDS

SHIPS SELF DEFENSE SYSTEM

30

RDBM

RED DATA BASE MANAGER

31

EMERGENCY DESTRUCTION

A SUDDEN, URGENT, UNEXPECTED OCCURENCE REQUIRNG IMMEDIATE DESTRUCTION

32

OPORDER

A DIRECTIVE ISSUED BY A COMMANDER TO SUBORDINATES THAT SPECIFIES HOW AN OPERATION SHOULD TAKE PLACE

33

OPLAN

DIRECTIVE ISSUED BY A SENIOR COMMAND FOR OPERATIONS OFVER A LARGE GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND USUALLY FOR A LONG PERIOD OF TIME

34

TASK FORCE

COMPONENT OF A FLEET, THERE CAN BE AS MANY AS TEN FORCES IN A FLEET. THEY ARE DESIGNATED BY ADDING 0-9 TO THE FLEET NUMBER

35

TASK GROUP

COMPONENT OF A TASK FORCE, THERE CAN BE AS MANY AS 10 TASK GROUPS IN A TASK FORCE, ANNOTATED BY ADDING A .0-.9 TO A TASK FORCE NUMBER

36

BATTLE FORCE

A STANDING OPERATIONAL NAVAL TASK FORCE ORGANIZATION OF CARRIERS, SURFACE COMBATANTS, AND SUBS ASSIGNED TO A NUMBERED FLEET. A BATTLE FORCE IS SUBDIVIDED INTO BATTLE GROUPS

37

BATTLE GROUPS

A STANDING NAVAL TASK GROUP. IT CONSISTS OF A CARRIER, SURFACE COMBATANTS, AND SUBS

38

STRATEGIC PLOT

TRUE DISPLAY SHOWING THE POSITION, MOVEMENT, AND STRENGTH OF OUR OWN AND ENEMY SEA, LAND, AND AIR FORCES WITHIN A PRESCRIBED ARE OF OPERATIONS

39

SURFACE SUMMARY PLOT

COMPREHENSIVE RELATIVE DISPLAY OF POSITIONS AND TRACKS OF FRIENDLY , ENEMY, AND UNIDENTIFIED SURFACE AND SUB SURFACE TARGETS

40

AIR SUMMARY PLOT

PROVIDES AN OPPURTUNITY FOR THE TAO AND THE RADAR CONTROL OFFICER TO DECIDE THE PROPER DESIGNATION OF AN AIR CONTACT

41

DATA LINKS

THE MEANS OF CONNECTING ONE LOCATION TO ANOTHER FOR THE PURPOSE OF TRANSMITTING AND RECIEVING DIGITAL INFO

42

LINK 11 ALLIGATOR

HF AND UHF ROLL CALL

43

LINK 14 BEAVER

THE ORIGINAL DATA LINK

44

LINK 4 DOLLY

UNSECURED SHORT RANGE UHF

45

LNK 16 TIMBER

HIGH CAPACITY ANTI JAM SHORT RANGE

46

SAT 16 BLACK TIMBER

ULTRA LONG RANGE SUPER HIGH FREQUENCY ANTI JAM HIGH CAPACITY

47

EMCOM ALPHA

MOST RESTRICTIVE, VANT HAVE ANYTHING ON

48

EMCOM ALPHA 1

SAME AS ALPHA BUT MODIFIED FOR SAFETY

49

EMCOM BRAVO

SECURES ALL SATELLITE COMMS

50

EMCOM CHARLIE

PROTECTION FOR THE HIGH VALUE UNIT

51

EMCOM DELTA

LEAST RESTRICTED ESSENTIAL MISSIONS ONLY

52

FLASH (Z)

FAST AS POSSIBLE, LESS THAN 10 MINS

53

IMMEDIATE (O)

30 MINUTES

54

PRIORITY (P)

3 HOURS

55

ROUTINE (R)

6 HOURS

56

OPERATIONS OFFICER

RESPONSIBLE TO THE CO FOR THE COLLECTION, EVALUATION, AND DISSEMINIATION OF COMBAT AND OPERATIONAL INFO REQUIRED FOR THE ASSIGNED MISSIONS AND TASKS OF THE SHIP

57

CDC OFFICER

DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE TO THE OPSO FOR THE FOLLOWING DUTIES:
ORGANIZING AND TRAINING THE CSTT
-OPERATING AND MAINTING THE CIC, COS TACTICAL PLOT, THE RADAR ROOM, THE EW ROOM, AND THE SEC/AUX CIC
TRAINING AND SUPERVISING THE PERFORMANCE OF ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO THE CIC FOR ROUTINE READINESS CONDITION AND BATTLE STATION PROCEDURES
CONDUCTING LOOKOUT AND RECOGNITION TRAINING OF ASSIGNED PERSONNEL

58

PURPOSE OF THE TAO

ACTS AS ADVISER TO THE COMMAND FROM THE DISPLAY AND DETECTION AREA AND MUST BE KEPT INFORMED OF THE GENERAL TACTICAL SITUATION IN ORDER TO MAKE THE BEST EVALUATION OF THE INFO AVAILABLE IN CDC

59

AGER-2 (USS PUEBLO)

CAPTURED BY NORTH KOREA ON JAN 23, 1968

60

EA-18G PROWLER

JAMMING, BASED OFF THE F-18, IS TO REPLACE THE EA-6B PROWLER

61

EA-6B PROWLER

TWIN ENGINE, MID WING ELECTRONIC WARFARE AIRPLANE

62

E-2 HAWKEYE

AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING AIRCRAFT, USED FOR DETECTION AND TRACKING OF AIR AND SURFACE CONTACTS

63

P-3 ORION

FOUR ENGINE TURBO PROP USED FOR ANTI-SUB, SURVEILLANCE

64

AV-8 HARRIER

VERITICAL/SHORT TAKE OFF AND LANDING. GROUND ATTACK AIRCRAFT OWNED BY THE MARINES

65

C-2 GREYHOUND

TWIN ENGINE CARGO PLANE DESIGNED TO DELIVER MAIL AND SUPPLIES

66

SPS-73

PRIMARY NAVIGATION, BACK UP SURFACE SEARCH

67

SPS-67

PRIMARY SURFACE SEARCH, BACK UP NAVIGATION

68

SPS-48E

3D AIR SEARCH

69

SPS-49

2D AIR SEARCH, BACK UP TO SPS-48E

70

SPN-41

INSTRUMENT LANDING SYSTEM, AKA BULLSEYE

71

SPN-43

MARSHALLING RADAR, AKA MARSHALL

72

SPN-46

AUTOMATIC CARRIER LANDING SYSTEM, AKA NEEDLES

73

SLQ-32

ANTI SHIP MISSLE DEFENSE

74

WQC-2

UNDERWATER TELEPHONE USED TO COMMUNICATE WITH SUBS. RANGE OF 4-8 NM, THERE ARE TWO ONBOARD. ONE ON THE BRIDGE, ONE IN CDC IN THE USW MODULE. AKA GERTRUDE

75

SLQ-25A

PRIMARY JOB IS TO DEFLECT INCOMING TORPEOS BY MAKING A FAKE SOUND SIGNATURE IN THE WATER, CABLE IS 2100 FEET BUT WE ONLY LET IT OUT 2000 FEET. AKA NIXIE

76

UPX 29

IFF

77

SPS-74

PERISCOPE DETECTION AND RANGE

78

AIM 7E

SEA SPARROW, SEMI ACTIVE RADAR GUIDED MISSLE

79

AIM 9

SIDEWINDER, A PASSIVE INFRARED HOMING MISSLE

80

AIM 54

PHOENIX, SOPHISTICATED LONG RANGE MISSLE

81

AIM 120

ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR TO AIR MISSLE

82

PRIMARY MISSION OF THE CIC/CDC

PROVIDE COLLECTION, PROCESSING, DISPLAY, EVALUATION, AND DISSEMINATON OF TACTICAL INFO AND INTELLIGENCE TO COMMAND AND CONTROL STATIONS. RESPONSIBLE FOR KEEPING CONN ADVISED AT ALL TIMES OF THE CURRENT TACTICAL SITUATION

83

SECONDARY MISSION OF CIC/CDC

CONTROL OR ASSIST IN SPECIFIC OPERATIONS. MAY BE CALLED UPON TO ASSIST IN EMCON, AIR CONTROLL, CMALL CRAFT CONTROL, AND TACTICAL MANUEVERS

84

HOW MANY WARFARE MODULES DOES CDC HAVE

7

85

WHAT ARE THE WARFARE MODULES OF CDC

SURFACE WARFARE, ANTI SUB WARFARE, DETECTION AND TRACKING, AIR WARFARE, ELECTRONIC WARFARE, DISPLAY AND DECISION

86

MISSION OF CVIS

MAINTAINING SITUATIONAL AWARENESS ON RED FORCES OR POTENTIAL ENEMY PLATFORMS THAT MAY INTERESCT OR INTERFERE WITH THE STRIKE GROUPE

87

MISSION OF SUPPLOT

PROVIDES INFORMATION AND WARNING THAT IS DIRECTLY FED TO CDC AND WARFARE COMMANDERS ON ANY RED FORCE OR POTENTIAL ENEMY THAT WILL INTERFERE WITH THE STRIKE GROUP WITHIN MINUTES

88

MISSION OF SSES

PROVIDES SIGNAL INTELLIGENCE AND INDICATION AND WARNING TO THE STRIKE GROUP

89

MISSION OF THE EW MODULE

RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DETECTION, LOCALIZATION, AND IDENTIFICATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY IN SUPPORT OF THE STRIKE GROUP, ALSO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SLQ -32

90

WAR AT SEA MISSION

A WAR AT SEA MISSION IS WHEN A MERCHANT SHIP OR CARGO VESSEL IS TRAVELING AND IS ATTACKED BY PIRATES