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Crew of an AH-1W Cobra

2 officers

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Primary function of an AH-1W Cobra

Attack helicopter

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Armament of an AH-1W Cobra

• 1 20mm turreted cannon w/750 rounds
• 4 external wing stations that fire 2.75"/5" rockets.
• variety of precision guided missiles
-TOW/hellfire (point target/anti-armor)
-Sidewinder (anti-air)
-Sidearm (anti-radar)

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Mission of an AH-1W Cobra

•Fire support and security for forward and rear area forces
• point target/anti-armor, anti-helicopter

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Features of an AH-1W Cobra

• provides enroute escort for our assault helicopters and their embarked forces.

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Speed of an AH-1W Cobra

147 knots (169.05 mph)

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Range of an AH-1W Cobra

256 nautical miles (294.4 miles)

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Primary function of the CH-46E Sea Knight.

• Medium lift assault support helicopter.

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Range of the CH-46E Sea Knight.

132 nautical miles (151.8 miles)

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Speed of the CH-46E Sea Knight.

145 knots (166.75 mph)

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Crew of the CH-46E Sea Knight.

4 - pilot, copilot, crew chief, 1st mechanic/aerial gunner

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Payload of the CH-46E Sea Knight.

• 9-16 passenger/combat troops
• 15 litters and 2 attendants

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Mission of the CH-46E Sea Knight.

• Primary function - Troop assault
• Secondary - movement of supplies and equipment.

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Primary function of CH-53D Sea Stallion.

Transportation of equipment and supplies during ship to shore movement.

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Armament of CH-53D Sea Stallion.

2 - XM-218 .50cal machine guns

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Crew of the CH-53D Sea Stallion.

4 - pilot, copilot, crew chief, 1st mechanical/aerial gunner

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Mission of the CH-53D Sea Stallion

Designed for transporting equipment, supplies, and personnel during the assault phase of an amphibious operation and subsequent operations ashore.

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Features of the CH-53D Sea Stallion

• capable of lifting 7 tons
• will carry 37 passengers in its normal config
• 55 passengers with centerline seats

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Primary function of the CH-53E Super Sea Stallion

Transportation of equipment and supplies during ship to shore movement.

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Crew of the CH-53E Super Sea Stallion

4 - pilot, copilot, crew chief, 1st mechanical/aerial gunner

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Mission of the CH-53E Super Sea Stallion

Heavy lift helo designed for the transpo of material and supplies.

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Features of the CH-53E Super Sea Stallion

• capable of lifting 16 tons, transporting the load 50 nautical miles and returning.
• typical load 16,000 lb M198 howitzer
• 26,000 lb light armored vehicle.
• Can retrieve downed aircraft including another CH-53E
• Seats 37 passengers can carry 55 passengers with centerline seating.

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Background of the CH-53E Super Sea Stallion

• During operation Eastern Exit, 2 CH53E's flew from ship 463 nautical miles, refueling 2x to rescue merican/foreign allies from embassy in Mogadishu, Somalia in 1990.
• 2 CH53E rescued air force Capt Scott O'Grady in Bosnia, June 1995.

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Primary function of the UH-1N Huey.

Utility helicopter.

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Crew of the UH-1N Huey.

• Officer: 2
• Enlisted: 2

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Armament of the UH-1N Huey.

• M-240 7.62mm machine gun.
• GAU-16 .50 cal machine gun
• GAU-17 7.62mm automatic gun
(All 3 crew served)
• GAU-2B/A pilot controlled in fixed wing
• 2 7-shot or 19-shot 2.75" rocket pods

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Mission of the UH-1N Huey.

• Airborne command and control
• combat assault
• med evac
• maritime spec ops

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Medical evac of the UH-1N Huey

6- litters
1- medical attendant

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Primary function of the MV-22B Osprey

Amphibious assault transport of troops, equipment, and supplies from assault ships to land bases.

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Description of the MV-22B Osprey

Multi-engine
Medium lift
Dual piloted
Self deployable
Vertical take off and landing (VTOL)

Will replace the Corp's fleet of CH-46E and CH-53D

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Mission of the MV-22B Osprey

Marine Corps assault support

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Speed of the MV-22B Osprey

240 knots

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Primary function of the EA-6B Prowler

eW - Airborne electronic warfare
eA - Electronic attack
eS - Electronic support
eP - Electronic protection
HARM - High-speed anti radiation missile.

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Speed of the EA-6B Prowler

Max = .99 mach
Cruise = .72 mach

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Armament of the EA-6B Prowler

•ALQ-99 tactical jamming system (TJS)
•USQ-113 coms jammer
•(HARM) high-speed anti radiation missile

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Crew of the EA-6B Prowler

4

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Mission of the EA-6B Prowler

Used to collect tactical "electronic order of battle (EOB)" data

(SEAD) "Suppression of enemy air defenses" HARM

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Crew fatigue factor of the EA-6B Prowler

Approx 8 hours

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Primary function of the AV-8B Harrier II

Attack and destroy surface targets under day and night visual conditions.

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Armament of the AV-8B Harrier II

• 7- external store stations comprising
• 6- wing stations of AIM-9 sidewinder and an assortment of a-to-g weapons.
• external fuel pods
• AGM-65 maverick missile
• 1- centerline station DECM pod
• GAU-12 25mm 6-barrel gun pod and ammo pod mounted either side of centerline
• 300 round cap with a (LCOSS) lead computing optical sight system.

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Crew of the AV-8B Harrier II

1

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Mission of the AV-8B Harrier II

Mission of the VMA STOVL squadron is to
• Attack and destroy surface and air targets
• Escort helicopters
• and conduct other such operations as may directed.

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Primary function of the KC130F/R/T Hercules.

In-flight refueling, tactical transport.

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Crew of the KC130F/R/T Hercules.

Multi-role, multi-mission tactical tanker/transport.

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Features of the KC130F/R/T Hercules.

• Removable 3600 gallon fuel tank.
• transfers up to 300 gallons per/min
• 2 aircraft simultaneously.

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Primary function of the F-18A/B/C Hornet.

Intercept and destroy enemy aircraft under all-weather conditions and attack and destroy surface targets.

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Armaments of the F-18A/B/C Hornet.

9 external wing stations. 2 wingtip stations.
• Aim-7 sparrows
• Aim-8 sidewinders
• AMRAAMs
• AGM-84 harpoon
• AGM-65 maverick
2 inboard wing stations
• external fuel pods
• air-to-ground stations
2 fuselage stations
• Aim-7 sparrows
• AN/AAS-38 forward looking infrared radar (FLIR)
Center station for fuel tank or Air-to-ground weapons
• all GBU Series bombs
• JSOW
• JDAM
• MK 80 GP bombs
• CBU-59 cluster bombs
Mounted to the nose is
• M61 20mm 6-barrel gun (has a McDonnell Douglas director gunsight)

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Crew of the F-18A/B/C Hornet.

1

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Mission of the F-18A/B/C Hornet.

• Intercept and destroy enemy aircraft in conjunction with ground or airborne fighter control.
• Conduct day and night close & deep air support
• Conduct day and night suppression of enemy air defense (SEAD)
• Conduct armed escort of friendly aircraft.
• Able to operate from carriers, advanced bases, expeditionary airfields, and ariel refueling.

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Primary function of the F-18D Hornet.

• Intercept and destroy enemy aircraft & Attack and destroy surface targets day or night, all weather conditions
• Conduct multi-sensor image recon
• Provide supporting arms coordination

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Armament of the F-18D Hornet

9 external wing stations. 2 wingtip stations.
• Aim-7 sparrows
• Aim-8 sidewinders
• AMRAAMs
• AGM-84 harpoon
• AGM-65 maverick
2 inboard wing stations
• external fuel pods
• air-to-ground stations
2 fuselage stations
• Aim-7 sparrows
• AN/AAS-38 forward looking infrared radar (FLIR)
Center station for fuel tank or Air-to-ground weapons
• all GBU Series bombs
• JSOW
• JDAM
• MK 80 GP bombs
• CBU-59 cluster bombs
Mounted to the nose is
• M61 20mm 6-barrel gun (has a McDonnell Douglas director gunsight)

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Crew of the F-18D Hornet

2

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Mission of the F-18D Hornet

• Intercept and destroy enemy aircraft in conjunction with ground or airborne fighter control.

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Primary mission of the LHA-1 Tarawa class

• Serves as the centerpiece of a multi-ship Amphibious Readiness Group (ARG).
• Approx 3000 sailors and marines contribute to a forward deployed ARG

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Primary mission of the LHD wasp-class

• Improved follow-on to the 5 tarawa class LHA's.
• Enhanced well deck
• carry 3 LCAC's vs LHA's 1
• carry 2 more helicopters

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Primary mission of the LPD 4 Austin class

• Combines functions of 3 different classes
• Landing ship (LSD) , Tank landing ship (LST), Attack cargo ship (LKA)
• Normally function as primary control ship

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Primary mission of the LSD Harpers Ferry

• Dock, transport, and launch LCAC's in potential trouble spots around the world
• capable to act as primary control ship

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Primary mission of the LCAC

• Transport weapon systems, equip, cargo, and personnel from ship to shore and across beach.
• Carry heavy payloads (60-75 tons)
• Landing craft, Air cushion

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Primary mission of the T-AH (sealift)

• 2 hospital ships (HSS) operated by military sealift command.
• Provides emergency, on-sight care for US combatant forces or other operations
• 2 missions =
-provide mobile, flexible, and rapid afloat medical and surgical care to US forces.
- provide full service hospital asset for disaster relief and humanitarian operations.

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Primary mission of the T-AK (sealift)

• 5 of the TAK-3000 Cpl. Louis J. Hauge Jr. Class ships carries enough cargo to support a MAGTF for 30 days
• known as Maritime prepositioning force with 13 ships
• On location in western pacific, indian ocean, and mediterranean sea.
• carry tanks, ammo, food, spare parts, fuel and oil.

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Define War

When national powers are unable to achieve national objectives or protect national interests.

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Define Military Operations Other Than War (MOOTW)

- Deterring war
- Resolving conflict
- Promoting peace
- Supporting civil authorities in response to domestic conflict.

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what is Arms control

international agreement governing the #, type, and performance characteristics of weapon systems. i.e. seizing WMD, escorting authorized deliveries of weapons

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what is antiterrorism,

DEFENSIVE measure used to reduce vulnerability to terrorist acts

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what is counter terrorism

OFFENSIVE measures taken to prevent, deter, and respond to terrorism

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what is the enforcement of sanctions/maritime intercept operations

Coercive measures to interdict the movement of certain types of designated items into or out of a nation or area. i.e. operation support democracy conducted off the coast of haiti beginning in 1993

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what is enforcing exclusion zones

prohibited specified activities in specific geographic area, i.e. operation southern watch in iraq 1992. operation deny flight in bosnia 1993

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what is ensuring freedom of navigation and over flight

demonstrates US or international rights to navigate sea or air routes. i.e. attain document (ops against libya 1996), or berlin air quarters

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what is humanitarian assistance

relieve or reduce results of disasters or other endemic conditions. i.e. sea angel 1 1991. sea angel 2 1992 in bangladesh

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what is military support to civil authorities

temp support to domestic civil authorities when permitted by law, and are normally taken when an emergency overtaxes the capabilities of the civil authorities i.e. hurricane andrew 1992

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What are the 6 principles of operation maneuver from sea

Focus on objective
Use sea as maneuver space
Generates overwhelming tempo and momentum
Pits strengths against weaknesses
Integrates all organic, joint, and combined assets
Emphasizes Intel, deceptions, and flexibility

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What are the 4 effects that noncombatants may have on military ops

Mobility
Obstacle employment
Firepower
Security