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OPNAVINST 5750.

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7 May 2015
OPNAV Report Symbol 5750-1
Command Serial Number: NOO/071
Date Submitted: 14 May 2015
Classification (when filled in): UNCLASSIFIED
Command Operations Report

1. Command Data
Name of your Command or Organization:
Squadron Light SIX ZERO (HSL-60)

Helicopter Anti-Submarine

Unit Identification Code (UIC), per the SNDL:

3218A / 84055

Name and Rank of Commander/Commanding Officer/Officer in Charge:


Last:

Toledo First:

Date Assumed Command:

Oscar, MI:

J. Rank:

0-5

2014-02-21

Mission/Command Employment/Area of Operations:


To provide
combat-ready LAMPS Mark III detachments in support of Fleet
operational requirements. Areas of Operations include the region
assigned to U.S. Second and Sixth Fleet, as well as, EUCOM
AFRICOM, CENTCOM, and SOUTHCOM AOR's.
Permanent Location:

Mayport, FL

Immediate Superior In Command:


Operational:
Atlantic

Commander, Helicopter Mar

Administrative:

ime Strike Wing,

Officer in Charge, Maritime Support Wing

Assigned Task Force/Group/Unit name(s) and mission(s): CTF-65:


Operation JUNCTION SERPENT, JUKEBOX LOTUS, JUNCTION LIAM, OAKEN
LOTUS, ACTIVE ENDEAVOR; Joint Warrior 14-1, JIATF-SOUTH,
OPERATION MARTILLO:
Firescout Vertical Take-off and Landing
Tactical Unmanned Air Vehicle (VTUAV); Night Airborne Use of
Force (NAUF).

Type and number of Aircraft Assigned and Tail Codes, if


applicable:
SH-60B Aircraft Assigned to HSL-60 (Tai1 Code: NW)

Side Number
600
601
602
603
605
607

BUNO
164853
165111
165108
162121
162124
162128

Aircraft/BUNOs in red were retired to AMARG at Davis-Monthan AFB.


Commands, Detachments or Units deployed on board or stationed
aboard as tenant activities:
1. Detachment THREE/USS JAMES E. WILLIAMS (DDG 95)
2. Detachment TWO/USS ELROD (FFG 55)
3. Detachment ONE/USS KAUFFMAN (FFG 59)

Number of Personnel Assigned:


Officers:

Enlisted:

34

147

Civilian:

Command Point of Contact (required entry, complete in full):

Name: LCDR
f!> (r;
1
Job Title/Office Code: Administration Officer
E-mail: [G~j@navy.mil
Phone number(s):
(904) 270-3535/DSN 270
Command Mailing Address: P.O. BOX 280143
Nava1 Station Mayport
Jacksonvi11e, FL 32228-0143
2. Commander'S Assessment

The Jaguars of HSL-60 had an extremely successful 2014! The


squadron excelled during an international Joint Warr
Exercise
to the North Atlantic in the spring, and also completed an
extremely successful four-aircra
six-month Firescout VTUAV
deployment in support of AFRICOM
al Operations Forces. HSL
60 was awarded the Blue "M" Award for Medical Readiness an
unprecedented fifth year in a row while also earning the FY14
Noel Davis Battle Efficiency Award, the FY14 Golden Wrench Award,

the FY14 Retention Excellence Award, and the CY14 Safety "S"

Award!

The HSL-60 Jaguars provided the template for safe, efficient,

effective operations and training throughout Calendar Year 2014.

We answered the call each and every time and made the most of our

opportunities, maintaining our tactical acumen, advancing our

capabilities, and supporting the mission of the United States

Navy and the United States Navy Reserves.

3. Chronology
EVENT

DATE
09FEB-12FEB
15MAY-20MAY
29JUL-04AUG

AMARG
AMARG

AUTEC

DET
2
3
3
1

SHIP
USS ELROD(FFG 55)
USS JAMES E WILLIAMS(DDG 95)
USS JAMES E WILLIAMS(DDG 95)
USS KAUFFMAN(FFG 59)

OPERATIONS
FIRE SCOUT
IDCERTEX/C2X
JOINT WARRIOR
ISATT/C2X

LOCATION
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC

DATES
9JAN-15JUL
lOFEB-28FEB
14MAR-OIMAY
60CT-280CT

Narrative

Our operational commitments began with Detachment TWO aboard


the USS ELROD (FFG 55) with four MQ-8B Firescouts. Detachment
TWO successfully completed more than 300 overland Intelligence,
Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) sorties in support of
Special Operations Forces, developing pattern of life for U.S.
Africa Command's number one target. Executing 650.4 total
mishap-free flight hours, which included 506 overland ISR flight
hours and 133.6 maritime support flight hours, Detachment TWO
participated in operations ACTIVE ENDEAVOR, JUKEBOX LOTUS, OAKEN
LOTUS, JUNCTION SERPENT, and JUNCTION LIAM in the C6F and AFRICOM
areas of responsibility (AOR).
HSL-60 also conducted an IDCERTEX/ISATT onboard USS JAMES E.
WILLIAMS (DDG-95) with two SH-60B's. During this exercise,
Detachment ONE executed 120 mishap-free flight hours.
This
prepared the Detachment for JOINT WARRIOR 14-1, a multi-national
exercise focusing on coordinated operations and relationship
building with our NATO Allies. While underway for 66 days,
Detachment ONE completed 180 mishap-free flight hours and
provided AT opportunities for many of our Selected Reservists
(SELRES).
During that same period, HSL-60 also provided an SH
60B display for Mexico's Secretariat of the Navy (SEMAR) in
Washington, D.C in support of the foreign military sales program.

HSL-60 flawlessly executed its annual flight hour allocation


despite very limited detachment availability, flying over 1,700
mishap-free flight hours and requesting zero annual flight time
waivers for the SELRES pilots and aircrew. The squadron
qualified eight Airborne Use of Force (AUF) Pilots, four AUF
Aircrewmen, one Night AUF Instructor Pilot, and maintained
currency for 15 U.S. Coast Guard Precision Marksmen-Airborne
(PMA) in order to support the nation's war on illicit narcotic
trafficking in the Fourth Fleet AOR. HSL-60 sustained maximum
combat readiness, supporting all tasking requested from the
Active Component, CHSMWL, and Reserve Component, MSW.
HSL-60
concluded the year with an unprecedented 100% sortie completion
rate.
HSL-60
ns the Commander's, Naval Air Force U.S.
Atlantic Fleet {CNAL}, expert in the Airborne Use of Force
practice while maintaining all primary mission sets of the
HSL/HSM community.
During our Atlantic Undersea Test and
Evaluation (AUTEC) detachment and a Peruvian submarine exercise,
our aircraft were able to gain over 17 hours of submarine contact
time, conduct 16 satisfactory simulated attacks, and successfully
deploy eight exercise torpedoes.

4. Supporting Reports
FY14
FY14
FY14
FY14
CY14

Battle "E"

Blue "14"

Golden Wrench

Retention Excellence Award

Safety "s"

5. Published Documents
Welcome Aboard Materials
6. Photographs
Official Photo, CDR Oscar J. Toledo, Commanding Officer, HSL-60

1,

Official Photo, CDR [


Official Photo, CMDCM(AW/SW)
Chief, HSL-60

Executive Officer, HSL-60


') Command Master

DEPARTl\IENT OF THE NAVY


COMMANDING OffICER

HELlCOPIER AN
UBMAR[NE SQU ADRON LlGHT SIX ZERO

NAVAL STATION MAYPORT

JACKSONVILLE, FL 32228-0143

nos

IN REPLY REFER TO

1650
Ser NOOI

From: Commanding
icer, Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron
Light SIX ZERO (HSL-60)
To:
Commander, Naval Air Force Reserve
Via:
Commander, Maritime Support Wing
Subj: BATTLE "E" SUBMISSION FOR HELICOPTER ANTI-SUBMARINE
SQUADRON LIGHT SIX ZERO (HSL-60) FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2014
Ref:

(a) COMNAVAIRFORINST 3590.

Encl: (1) HSL-60's Battle "E"


1.
Per reference (a), enclosure (1) is submit
consideration for the CY2014 CNAFR Battle "E".

O. J. TOLEDO

for

DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY


COMMANDING OFFICER

HELICOPTER ANTI-SUBMARINE SQUADRON LIGHT SIX ZERO

NAVAL STATiON MAYPORT

JACKSON VILLE, FL 32228-0 I 43

IN REPl Y REFER TO

3590
Ser NOO/

From: Commanding Officer, Helicopter Anti-Submarine


To:
Officer in Charge, Maritime Support Wing (MSW)

SIX ZERO

SUbj: NOMINATION FOR CY14 MARITIME SUPPORT lUNG AVCM DONALD M. NEAr..
"GOLDEN WRENCH" HELICOPTER AIRCRAFT ~JAINTENANCE At'lARD
Ref:

(a) t-'JARSUPWINGINST 3590.1

1.
Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light SIX ZERO has most deservedly
earned the Maritime Support Wing's Helicopter nomination for the 2014 AVCM
Donald M. Neal "Golden Wrench" Aircraft Maintenance Award.
The following
information is provided per reference (al.

2.

a.

Aircraft Maintenance Inspection (AMI)

38

b.

Aircraft Readiness

73

c.

Direct Maintenance Man Hour per Flight Hour (D!v1MFH)

d.

Aviation/Ground Mishaps

e.

Total Points

14

Narrative:

a.
The squadron's most recent Aircraft Maintenance Inspection (AMI) was
conducted in November 2012.
The results were 37 programs graded as "On
Track", zero graded as "Off-Track", and four graded as "Needs More
Attention".
The inspection team also presented BRAVO ZULUs to 10 Sailors.
b.
HSL-60 held a Direct t-laintenance Man Hour per Flight Hour (DMMFH) of
15. CHSt--lWL's OP20 goal is 20.1 DMMFH for the SH-60B.
HSL-60's DMMFH was
below this goal 9 out of the 12 months in CY2014.
c.
Tasking in 2014 consisted of Det TWO, a four plane MQ-8B Firescout
detachment embarked on USS ELROD (FFG 55) supporting Special Operations
Forces; Det THREE supporting the multinational Joint Warrior exercise onboard
the USS Jfu~ES E. WILLIAMS (DDG 95); and Det ONE's completion of ISATT and
COMPTUEX in preparation for a Counter Narcotics deployment in January 2015.
HSL-60's maintenance plan allowed for the remarkable completion of 1,764.3
mishap-free SH~60B flight hours and 696.5 mishap-free MQ-8B flight hours. A
complete team, HSL-60's focus on planning, resource management, and effective
synchronization of manpower, readiness, and mission ensured the Com."'l1and was
able to respond to all operational requirements.

O. J. TOLEDO

DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY


COMMANDING OFFICER

HELICOPTER ANTI-SUBMARINE SQUADRON LIGHT SIX ZERO

NAVAL STATION MAYPORT

JACKSONVILLE, FL 32228-0143

,N

REPLY REFER TO

1650
Ser NOO/

From:
To:
Via:

Commanding Officer, Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron


Light SIX ZERO (HSL-60)
Commander, Naval Air Forces Reserve
Commander, Maritime Support Wing

SUbj:

SUBMISSION FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2014

Ref:

(a) OPNAVINST 1650.15E


(b) COMNAVAIRESFORINST 3750.1F

Encl:

(1) CNO "Sit

(CY14) SAFETY AWARD

stical Data

1.
Per references (a) and (b), HSL-60 is submitted for selection as
the Commander, Naval Air Forces Reserve nominee for the CNO CY14
Safety Award. Enclosure (1) is forwarded to support this nomination.
2. HSL-60 enjoyed an extremely successful year in 2014 by infusing
everyday operations with sound Operational Risk Management (ORM)
principles. Tasking consisted of a multinational Joint Warrior
exercise as well as an MQ-8B Fire Scout detachment. The dynamic and
often unpredictable nature of these operations required an additional
level of focus on
and adherence to tested tenants of ORM. The
first of these was HSL-60 DETACHMENT THREE which deployed aboard USS
JAMES E. WILLIAMS (DDG 95) in support of ISATT/COMPTUEX in the frigid
January wa.ters of the VACAPES. The
se consisted of
approximately 120 flight hours designed to integrate the ship and air
team into an effective fighting unit and culminated with a seven day
"Battle at Sea" to further increase the fidelity of multiple fighting
forces above, below and on the open sea.
Shortly thereafter DETACHMENT THREE deployed aboard USS JAMES E.
WILLIAMS (DDG 95) to complete a JOINT WARRIOR exercise in the wintry
North Atlantic. They successfully executed approximately 180 mishap
free flight hours in support of the 33 nation Joint Warrior 14 1
exercise.
DET THREE was recognized and received numerous accolades
from the Multinational Task Group Commanders as the go-to asset for
ASW, SUW, MIO/VBSS, and Logistics missions.
Next came DETACHMENT TWO deployed aboard USS ELROD (FFG 55) with
four MQ-8B Firescouts.
DETACHMENT TWO successfully completed more
than 300 overland Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
sorties in support of Special Operations Forces, developing pattern of
life for U.S. Africa Command's number one target. Executing 650.4
mishap free flight hours, DETACHMENT TWO participated in operations

SUbj:

SUBMISSION FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2014

(CY14) SAFETY AWARD

ACTIVE ENDEAVOR, JUKEBOX LOTUS, OAKEN LOTUS, JUNCTION SERPENT, and


JUNCTION LIAM in the C6F and AFRICOM areas of responsibility.
The 2014 focus for the Jaguars was on Training. We deployed a
detachment to Andros Island AUTEC to achieve required annual flight
minimums and to hone our Anti-Submarine Warfare tactics and procedures
against real world threats. Operating extensively in the live fire
training environment exposes weakness in safety procedures and
programs, but HSL-60 thrived in this environment executing 92.2
deployed flight hours and 6 Light Weight Torpedo firings in support of
unit and fleet training.
The Jaguars of HSL-60 consistently meet all mission requirements
while still ensuring that safety remained the top priority through the
successful use of the ORM process which resulted in ZERO FTS/AC/SELRES
pilots and aircrew requiring annual flight time waivers!
3. HSL-60 has embraced the Safety Management System and is actively
implementing the four pillars of safety policy, safety risk management
(SRM) , safety assurance, and safety promotion. The following
initiatives and practices have been implemented and improved upon by
HSL-60 to enhance safe operations:
a. Completed the Command Safety Assessment/Maintenance Climate
Assessment/ Administrative Support Personnel Assessment Surveys with
impressive results that indicated Command morale and safety culture
are high and a top priority in the squadron.
b. HSL-60 identified our most hazardous activity Night Airborne
Use of Force (N-AUF) in our top 5 survey, and increased our efforts to
provide more training opportunities for all pilots with respect to
this challenging mission. We collaborated with the USCG to increase
boat training opportunities and aerial gunner practice increasing
standardization between USCG and Navy teams.
c. The HSL-60 maintenance department submitted nine CAT I EI/HMRs,
one BASELINE TROUBLE REPORTS (BTR), and two EXPENDED EXPLOSIVE REPORT
(EER). Additionally, they recognized three Jaguars as "Safety Pro" for
outstanding use of ORM practices.
d. The maintenance department received "On Track" grades during
one CHSMWL Aviation Maintenance Inspection, two CHSMWL pre-cruise
Detachment Readiness Inspections, one CHSMWL post-cruise Detachment
Readiness Inspection, and one CHSMWL Conventional Weapons Technical
Proficiency Inspection.
e. Planned and executed two safety stand-downs prior to major
holiday leave periods and one "Safety Pause" after the release of
significant SIR class A mishap in Naval Aviation.

Subj:

SUBMISSION FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2014

(CY14) SAFETY AWARD

f. Conducted interactive ORM briefs prior to each flight that


identifies hazards and generates controls to reduce hazards for the
specific mission.
g. Submitted eight Engineering Investigations

(EI) requests:

-SH-60B: Faulty impact switch for blown CAD.

-SH-60B: Failure of the foam MAD assembly.

-MQ-8B: Engine chip detector light.

-MQ-8B: Fuel filter missing.,

-MQ-8B: #2 hydraulic pump spline sheared.

-MQ-8B: Engine oil seal failure.

-MQ-8B: Transmission leak.

-MQ-8B: Tail rotor retaining nut installed backwards.

4.

Highlights of the Jaguar Safety Program include:


a.

Zero class "A" mishaps.

b.

Zero class "B" mishaps.

c.

Zero class "C" mishaps.

5. The Safety Management System at HSL-60 is working well. We have


enjoyed a Zero flight and ground mishap year.
We actively promote
Safety at every meeting and Quarters, and emphasize the use of ORM and
CRM not just in the cockpit, but in plane captain boards, and
maintenance actions. Squadron personnel are prepared to detect risk
and are empowered to make the decisions to eliminate unnecessary risk,
mitigate the remaining risk and continue to protect people and
equipment from injury and damage.
Performing under the safety mantra of "Mission First, Safety
Always," HSL-60 has proven itself worthy of selection as the CNAFR
nominee for the CNO Safety Award for CY14.

O. J. TOLEDO

1754
Ser NOO/

From:
To:

Commanding Officer, Helicopter Maritime St


SIX ZERO (HSM-60)
ADAN
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Subj:

WELCOME ABOARD

ke Squadron

1. The HSM-60 Jaguars have received notification of your transfer


to our squadron. We would Ii
to extend to you an early "Welcome
Aboard" and provide you with some information that may be of
benefit to you.
2. HSM-60 is located onboard Naval Air Station Jacksonville,
Flo
, Hangar 1 2 Mod 2, Albermarle Avenue.
Upon your arrival,
report to the HSM-60 Administrative Office located on the second
deck. Here you will begin your
ial check-in procedures.
If
you report on a day of liberty, you may have your orders endorsed
at the HSM-60 duty office. The Squadron Duty Office may be
reached at (904) 546-7328/DSN 546.
3. AD1 (AW) [
B Co
Jhas been assigned as your
sponsor. He can be reached at [
L3 Ct:,
J.

S.J. SMITH

Good Morning,
I wanted to take a moment and introduce myself as your Command Sponsor Coordinator and let you know that
you have each been assigned a sponsor here at HSM-60. This email helps me ensure you have received material
from us prior to your report date. Attached are an installation overview and a guide for using the "Military
Homefront" website. This tool will help you prepare for the upcoming relocation and is better than any hard
copy welcome package. http://www.militaryhomefront.dod.mil/. Please share this with your family (if
applicable).
If your current CCC has not yet notified you of your sponsor information please see your CCC and ask them to
verify the Career Information Management System (ClMS). We are mandated to use this website and I've
populated your sponsors name, email, and telephone number-there. Also it would help significantly if you or
your CCC can update your "contact info" in CIMS. You can do this via your Electronic Service Record (Self Serve
account). We (your sponsor and I) can then access your recall information that you have provided.
Please direct any questions to your Sponsor who is your designated mentor for the next few months to help you
get acclimated. To clarify, I am not your-sponsor; however, if you are NOT contacted by your sponsor or you have
questions that your sponsor can not answer, then please feel free to let me know. I'd like to avoid any
misunderstandings and/or correct any discrepancies early.
I cannot stress how very important it is that you and your sponsor communicate. The "Jaguars" (here at HSM-60)
take great pride in our sponsorship program and can only assist Sailors that accept sponsorship. We would like to
know once you have selected a report date. Please keep in mind that our work schedule changes due to various
factors like the: flight schedule, detachments, drill weekends, and compensation days. We would like to ensure
we are present and ready for your reporting.
Thanks for your time and we look forward to meeting you at check in. I've included additional information
below. Hope it helps.
Our Ombudsman: Mrs[

6b

J is available to assist any family members throughout the relocation

pro~rs as necessary a nd she can be co ntacted via the 101I0wing:[-

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Jor[ B ~

Military Onesource can help with most any item imaginable. See http://www.militaryonesource.com/home.aspx
For the NAS Jacksonville website, click here http://www.cnic.navy.mil/Jacksonville/index.html
HSM-60 Website: https:l!private.navyreserve.navy.milicnafr/HELO/Pages
Rental Property Partnership: Call NAS Jacksonville Housing Office for additional assistance at 904-542-2996 (See
attached flyer)
Personal Property Office: Contact the inbounds section at 904-542-1000
If you are more tech savvy feel free to use the "New to the Navy App." It can be downloaded from both the
Apple Store and Google Play Store.

you have been assigned as ADAN

B"

sponsor and he is due to report NLT JUL 16. FYI he MAY report BEFORE this

date and it is important you coordinate with him to ensure that we are scheduled to work when he reports.
I have attached a copy of this members orders. For privacy and security reasons, please control any hard copy/printed
versions of the member's orders. Before you have initial contact with the member, update the Sponsor Agreement form by
logging into https://nsipsprod.nmci.navy.mil NSIPS Self Service account and going to Employee Self Service Electronic
Service Record>Tasks>Sponsor Agreement. Once accepted, you will have the ability to view the members current orders
and the completed Prospective Gain Questionnaire. You do not need a social to access the members profile. Leave area
blank and the member's information will display after you click submit.

1. You, the sponsor, are responsible for contacting the member. The quickest tool for initial contact is through global
address book via MS Outlook. Also another valuable tool is the utilization of social media such as Facebook and
Twitter. If all else fails, the attached orders listed the member's transferring command. You may call the duty office
and ask to speak to the member. Remember that you must establish contact with incoming personnel within 10
working days of notification.
2. Once you have established communication with the member, have the member open and update the Prospective Gain
Questionnaire at any time by logging into their NSIPS Self Service account (the same location as E-Ieave) and going to
Employee Self Service>Electronic Service Record>Tasks>Gain Questionnaire. Information entered here will become
available for you to view. Ensure you follow through and ensure the member updates this information.
3. Please offer your assistance to the member and his or her family in any way possible. This includes selecting a mutually
agreeable location to meet the Sailor and/or family upon their arrival. Be sure to emphasize that you both need to
remain in communications and that you need to know when he/she is in the area.
4. You as the sponsor must contact your member **monthly**. Please obtain the incoming member's Navy and personal
email address and send to me so I can send the CMC's/CO's Welcome Aboard Letter.
**We have moved to Jacksonville and the member's orders reflect Mayport. Please make sure that they are aware
of our new location.**
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact my office.

FROM THE DESK OF THE

COMMAND MASTER CHIEF

"Welcome to the Home of the HSM-60 Jaguars"


Dear ATAA[
Welcome aboard!
I would like to personally welcome you to
our command and the HSM-60 Jaguar Team.
Our squadron was commissioned on 7 April 2001 and our
mission is Fleet Contributory Support; conducting counter-drug
operations in the Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean. We are proud
to fly the MH-60R Seahawk Helicopter on additional missions as
well, including surface and undersurface warfare, search and
rescue, and vertical replenishment.
You
will
find
your
tour
here
to
be
challenging,
informative, and rewarding.
I am very pleased that you are
joining our team and I look forward to seeing you soon.
If
there is anything I can do to help with your tra nsition to
Jacksonville please do not hesitate to call.
My work phone
number is (904)270-5652. Again, welcome aboard!
Sincerely,

1754
Ser NOOI
27 Mar 14
From:
To:

Commanding Officer, Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron


Light SIX ZERO (HSL-60)
ATAA
13 b
JUSN

SUbj:

WELCOME ABOARD

1.
HSM-60 Jaguars have received notification of your transfer
to our squadron. We would like to extend to you an early "Welcome
Aboard" and provide you with some information that may be
benefit to you.
2. HSL-60 is located onboard Naval Station Mayport, Jacksonville,
Flo da, Building 1343 on Lamps Drive. Upon your arrival, report
to the HSL-60 Administrative Of
located on the second deck.
Here you will begin your initial check-in procedures. If you
report on a day of liberty, you may have your orders endorsed at
the HSL-60 duty
fice. The Squadron Duty Office may be reached
at (904) 270-3535/DSN 270.

3. A01 [~~
has been assigned as your sponsor. He can
be reached at (904) 270-3547 DSN 270.

O. J. TOLEDO