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Naval Education and Training Command

NAVEDTRA 43904-8 March 2010

PERSONNEL QUALIFICATION STANDARD


FOR

SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), NCF OFFICER


NAME (Rate/Rank) ___________________________________

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Although the words he, him, and his are used sparingly in this manual to enhance communication, they are not intended to be gender driven nor to affront or discriminate against anyone reading this material.

PREFACE

Warfare Qualified Sailors are an essential element of our Navys Operational Primacy. The objective of the Seabee Combat Warfare Program is to provide the candidate an introduction into the processes and topics necessary to support the warfighting requirements of our Navy. This personnel warfare qualification standard will focus on mission effectiveness, combat readiness and survivability as well as introducing an overall understanding of how an individual unit mission fits into and supports naval doctrine and its objectives. Experience shows it is essential that every warrior in our Navy be totally familiar with the mission of their command and be able to apply this knowledge to support the successful execution of the commands current and future missions.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ...............................................................................................................3 INTRODUCTION ..........................................................................................................................4 ACRONYMS .................................................................................................................................7 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 300 301 INTRODUCTION TO FUNDAMENTALS .........................................................................9 Safety .............................................................................................................................10 Doctrine ..........................................................................................................................11 Readiness .......................................................................................................................15 Administration/Logistics .................................................................................................17 Communications/Communications Security(COMSEC) .................................................20 General Military Tactics...................................................................................................22 Contingency Operations..................................................................................................24 Embarkation ....................................................................................................................26 Civil Engineer Support Equipment .28 Weapons .........................................................................................................................29 INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS.......................................................................30 Seabee Combat Warfare (SCW), NCF Officer................................................................32

LIST OF REFERENCES.............................................................................................................38

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The PQS Development Group gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the following personnel in writing this PQS: LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LTJG LTJG Peter Benson Joseph Clements Timothy Gehling Orrick Haney Scott Harris Sterling Ingram Dennis La Robert Stiles Li Sung Tyson Thompson Richard Li Seth McGuire NAVFACENGHQ, Washington DC CBMU 303 NMCB 5 3NCR 9NCR NMCB 133 NMCB 4 25NCR NAVFAC HQ / UCT-1 9NCR NMCB 11 ACB 2

Other Personnel who provided direct support for this PQS

PQS Development Group personnel who provided direct support for this PQS. Mr. Manny Martinez Jr. CSFE

The Model Manager for this PQS: Center for Seabees and Facilities Engineering DSN 551-1598

INTRODUCTION PQS PROGRAM


This PQS program is a qualification system for officers where certification of a minimum level of competency is required prior to qualifying to perform specific duties. A PQS is a compilation of the minimum knowledge and skills that an individual must demonstrate in order to qualify to stand watches or perform other specific routine duties necessary for the safety, security or proper operation of a ship, aircraft or support system. The objective of PQS is to standardize and facilitate these qualifications.

CANCELLATION
This Standard cancels and supersedes NAVEDTRA 43102-A.

APPLICABILITY
This PQS is applicable to all officers serving in NCF units which are authorized to grant Seabee Combat Warfare (SCW) designations IAW OPNAVINST 1410.1 (series).

MODEL MANAGER
The Model Manager Command manages a specific PQS manual. This includes overseeing the process of monitoring and updating assigned PQS manuals from the standpoint of technical content and relevance within the community.

TAILORING
To command tailor this package, first have it reviewed by one or more of your most qualified individuals. Delete any portions covering systems and equipment not installed on your ship, aircraft or unit. Next, add any line items, fundamentals, systems and watchstations/workstations that are unique to your command but not already covered in this package. Finally, the package should be reviewed by the cognizant department head and required changes approved by the Commanding Officer or his designated representative. Retain the approved master copy on file for use in tailoring individual packages.

INTRODUCTION (CONTD) QUALIFIER


The PQS Qualifier is designated in writing by the Commanding Officer to sign off individual watchstations. Qualifiers will normally be E-7 or above and, as a minimum, must have completed the PQS they are authorized to sign off. The names of designated Qualifiers should be made known to all members of the unit or department. The means of maintaining this listing is at the discretion of individual commands. For more information on the duties and responsibilities of PQS Qualifiers, see the PQS Unit Coordinators Guide.

CONTENTS
PQS is divided into three sections. The 100 Section (Fundamentals) contains the fundamental knowledge or book learning necessary for satisfactory understanding of the watchstation/ workstation duties. The 200 Section (Systems/Mission Areas) is designed to acquaint you with the systems you will be required to operate at your watchstation/workstation. The 300 Section (Watchstations) lists the tasks you will be required to satisfactorily perform in order to achieve final PQS qualification for a particular watchstation/workstation. All three sections may not apply to this PQS, but where applicable, detailed explanations are provided at the front of each section.

REFERENCES
The references used during the writing of this PQS package were the latest available to the workshop, however, the most current references available should be used when qualifying with this Standard.

NOTES
Classified references may be used in the development of PQS. If such references are used, do not make notes in this book as answers to questions in this Standard may be classified.

TRAINEE
Your supervisor will tell you which watchstations/workstations you are to complete and in what order. Before getting started, turn to the 300 Section first and find your watchstation/workstation. This will tell you what you should do before starting your watchstation/workstation tasks. You may be required to complete another PQS, a school, or other watchstations/workstations within this package. It will also tell you which fundamentals and/or systems from this package you must complete prior to qualification at your watchstation/workstation. If you have any questions or are unable to locate references, contact your supervisor or qualifier. Good luck!

INTRODUCTION (CONTD) PQS FEEDBACK REPORTS


This PQS was developed using information available at the time of writing. When equipment and requirements change, the PQS needs to be revised. The only way the PQS Development Group knows of these changes is by you, the user, telling us either in a letter or via the Feedback Report contained in the back of this book. You can tell of us new systems and requirements, or of errors you find.

ACRONYMS USED IN THIS PQS


Not all acronyms or abbreviations used in this PQS are defined here. The Subject Matter Experts from the Fleet who wrote this Standard determined the following acronyms or abbreviations may not be commonly known throughout their community and should be defined to avoid confusion. If there is a question concerning an acronym or abbreviation not spelled out on this page nor anywhere else in the Standard, use the references listed on the line item containing the acronym or abbreviation in question. BA CEB CEOI CESE CMOB COC COCOM COMSEC CSS ESB FRTP IG IPB JAG JLOTS JMETL MAGTF MPF MWSS NMP OPCON PISTOL PWRMS RSO&I SAAM SORTS TOA TUCHA Billets Authorized Combat Engineer Battalion Communications Electronics Operating Instruction Civil Engineer Support Equipment Counter Mobility Combat Operations Center Combatant Command Communication Security Combat Service Support Engineer Support Battalion Fleet Readiness Training Plan Inspector General Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield Judge Advocate General Joint Logistics Over the Shore Joint Mission Essential Task List Marine Air Ground Task Force Maritime Prepositioning Force Marine Wing Support Squadron Navy Manning Plan Operational Control Personnel Information System for Training, Operations and Logistics Prepositioned War Reserve Management System Reception Staging Onward Movement and Integration Special Assignment Airlift Mission Status of Resource and Training System Table of Allowance Type Unit Characteristics

100 100.1

INTRODUCTION TO FUNDAMENTALS INTRODUCTION


This PQS begins with a Fundamentals section covering the basic knowledge and principles needed to understand the equipment or duties to be studied. Normally, you would have acquired the knowledge required in the Fundamentals section during the school phase of your training. If you have not been to school or if you need a refresher, the references listed at the beginning of each fundamental will aid you in a self-study program. All references cited for study are selected according to their credibility and availability.

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HOW TO COMPLETE
The fundamentals you will have to complete are listed in the watchstation (300 section) for each watchstation. You should complete all required fundamentals before starting the systems and watchstation portions of this PQS, since knowledge gained from fundamentals will aid you in understanding the systems and your watchstation tasks. When you feel you have a complete understanding of one fundamental or more, contact your Qualifier. If you are attempting initial qualification, your Qualifier will expect you to satisfactorily answer all line items in the fundamentals before signing off completion of that fundamental. If you are requalifying or have completed the appropriate schools, your Qualifier may require you to answer representative line items to determine if you have retained the necessary knowledge for your watchstation. If your command requires an oral board or written examination for final qualification, you may be asked any questions from the fundamentals required for your watchstation.

101 101 SAFETY FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] 101.1 OPNAVINST 3500.39B, Operational Risk Management EM-385-1-1, Safety and Health Requirements OPNAVINST 5100.23G, Navy Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) Program Manual 29 CFR, Part 1926, Construction Safety Standards OSHA Discuss the concept of ORM. [ref. a, encl. 1, p. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Explain the following as they apply to ORM: [ref. a, encl. 1, p. 2] a. b. c. d. e. Identifying hazards Assessing hazards Making risk decisions Implementing controls Supervising

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Describe the applicability of the following safety standards and programs: a. b. c. d. e. OPNAVINST 3500.39B, Operational Risk Management [ref. a] EM-385, Safety and Health Requirements [ref. b] OPNAVINST 5100.23G, Navy Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) Program Manual [ref. c] 29 CFR Part 1926, Construction Safety Standards [ref. d] OSHA [ref. e]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

102 102 DOCTRINE FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] [j] [k] [l] [m] National Defense Strategy Quadrennial Defense Review US Code (Jan 2006), Title 10, Subtitle A, Pt, 1, Ch. 6, Sec. 164 JP 0-2 (Jul 01), Unified Action Armed Forces (UNAAF) JP 3-34 (Feb 07), Engineering Doctrine for Joint Operations JP 4-01.6 (Aug 05), Joint Tactics Techniques and Procedures for Joint Logistics Over the Shore (JLOTS) NWP 4-04 (Dec 07), Naval Civil Engineering Operations NTTP 3-02.3M (Jan 04), Maritime Prepositioning Force (MPF) Operations NTTP 4-04.1M (Feb 08), Seabee Operations in the MAGTF OPNAVINST 3501.115E, ROC and POE for Naval Construction Force OPNAVINST 3501.93D, ROC and POE for NBG and Their Elements OPNAVINST 3500.38B (Jan 07), Universal Navy Task List (UNTL) MCWP 3-17 (Feb 00), Engineering Operations

102.1 Explain the purpose of the National Defense Strategy. [ref. a, pg. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2 Explain the purpose of the Quadrennial Defense Review. [ref. b, pp. 1-8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Describe and discuss Combatant Commander tasking and force sourcing. [refs. c, ch. 6, sec. 164, d, pp 1-8 to 1-9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Define and discuss Unified, Region and Functional Commander's roles, responsibilities and chain of command. [ref. c, ch. 6, sec. 164, d, 1-8 to 1-9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

102 DOCTRINE FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


102.5 Discuss the different units and capabilities of the following Army engineering categories: [ref. e] a. b. c. d. Combat Engineer [pp. I-5 thru I-7, fig. B-E-1, app. B, Annex A] General Engineer (Construction Engineering) [pp. I-5 thru I-7, fig. B-E-1, app. B, Annex A] USACE [pp. I-5 thru I-7, fig. B-E-1, app. B, Annex A] Specialized [p. IV-6, fig. B-E-1, app. B, Annex A]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Discuss the different capabilities of the following Air Force engineering units: [ref. e, Fig. B-E-1, app. B, Annex C] a. b. c. Red horse Prime Beef Specialized

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Discuss the different capabilities of the following Marine Corps engineering units: [ref. e, Fig. B-E-1, app. B, Annex D] a. b. c. ESB MWSS CEB

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Discuss the purpose of the following documents in relation to NCF Doctrine: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. JP 0-2 , Unified Action Armed Forces (UNAAF) [ref. d] JP 3-34, Engineering Doctrine for Joint Operations [ref. e] JP 4-01.6, Joint Tactics Techniques and Procedures for Joint Logistics Over the Shore (JLOTS) [ref. f] NWP 4-04, Naval Civil Engineering Operations [ref. g] NTTP 3-02.3M, Maritime Prepositioning Force (MPF) Operations [ref. h] NTTP 4-04.1M, Seabee Operations in the MAGTF [ref. i] MCWP 3-17, Engineering Operations [ref. m]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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DOCTRINE FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


Discuss the Naval Construction Forces (NCF) role in support of JLOTS. [ref. f, p. II-4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss the Naval Construction Forces (NCF) role in support of a Joint Task Force (JTF). [ref. g, pp. 4-1 thru 4-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Define and discuss mission, capabilities, organization and concept of operations of the following: [ref. g] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. 1NCD/NCFC [pp. 2-1 thru 2-3] NCR [pp. 2-3 thru 2-4] SRG [p. 2-3] ACB [pp. 2-17 thru 2-18] CBMU [pp. 2-8 thru 2-9] NMCB [pp. 2-4 thru 2-6] UCT [p. 2-7]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Discuss the primary and secondary mission tasks as they relate to Combat Engineering (MOB, CMOB and Survivability) and Combat Service Support (General and Geospatial Engineering). [ref. g, app. A-2-1 thru A-2-6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Discuss the Naval Construction Forces (NCF) role in support of MPF. [ref. h, pp. 3-2 thru 3-4, 8-15] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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DOCTRINE FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


Define the following terms and discuss how they apply to NCF operations within the MAGTF and Navy ashore operations: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. MEF [ref. i, I-10, 3-1] MEB [ref. i, I-10, 3-1] MEU [ref. i, I-10, 3-1] CE [ref. i, I-10, 3-1] GCE [ref. i, I-10, 3-1] ACE [ref. i, I-10, 3-1] LCE [ref. i, I-10, 3-1] MSC [ref. i, I-10, 3-1] MPF [ref. h, p. 3-2] ESG [ref. g, p. X7] NBG [ref. i, 2-8] NSE [ref. g, p. 5-8]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Define the following mission areas: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. MOB. [ref. j, encl. 1] AMW. [ref. k, encl. 1] CCC. [ref. j, encl. 1] CON. [ref. j, encl. 1] MOS. [ref. j, encl. 1] FSO. [ref. j, encl. 1] NCO. [ref. b, encl. 1] C2W. [ref. j, encl. 1] EXW. [ref. j, encl. 9] FHP. [ref. j, encl. 1] IO. [ref. j, encl. 1] LOG. [ref. j, encl. 1]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .16 Describe and discuss what Operation Plans are and how they relate to your unit. [ref. i, pp. 5-1 to 5-5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17 Describe and discuss NMETL/JMETL. [ref. l, pp. 1-1 thru 1-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

103 103 READINESS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] NTTP 1-03.3 (Rev A), Status of Resources and Training System Joint Report-Navy (SORTS) COMUSFLTFORCOMINST/COMPACFLTINST 3501.3B, Fleet Training Continuum COMNECCINST 3501.1, Readiness and Cost Reporting Program (RCRP) COMFIRSTNCDINST 3501.3, NCF Status of Resources and Training System Joint Report Navy (SORTS) Readiness Reporting Guidance COMFIRSTNCDINST 3501.4 NCFC Fleet Response Training Plan PISTOL User Manual (https://sop.ahf.nmci.navy.mil)

103.1 Discuss the Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS) as it applies to the following: a. b. c. Primary Mission Areas [ref. a, p. 4-4] Resource Categories [ref. a, p. 4-4] Commanders Assessment [ref. a, p. 4-45]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2 List and discuss the C-Ratings and M-Ratings. [ref. a, p. 4-2 thru 4-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3 Discuss the phases of the FRTP cycle for each NCF unit and the milestones within each phase. [ref. b, pp. 3-1 thru 3-5, e, pp. 1-2 thru 1-4]. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4 Discuss the purpose of the Readiness Cost Reporting Program (RCRP) and list the five readiness indicators. [ref. c, p. 1-2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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READINESS (CONTD)
List and discuss the frequency of SORTS submission. [ref. d, encl. 1, p. 2-2]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss the purpose of PISTOL and its capabilities. [ref. f] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

104 104 ADMINISTRATION/LOGISTICS FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] [j] [k] [l] [m] [n] JAGINST 5800.7E (Jun 07), Judge Advocate General (JAG) Manual BUPERSINST 1001.39F, Administrative Procedures for Navy Reservists OPNAVINST 1001.20C (Mar 08), Standardized Policy and Procedures for the Active Duty for Special Work (ADSW) Program The Fleet Training Management and Planning System (FLTMPS), Web Based System <http://www.ntmps.navy.mil> BUPERSINST 1080.53 (May 09), Enlisted Distribution and Verification Report Users Manual (EDVRMAN) NTTP 4-01.1 (May 07), Navy Advanced Base Logistics Operations NTRP 4-04.2.1 (Jan 07), Doctrinal Reference for the Naval Construction Force OPNAVINST 5450.46K, Naval Construction Force Policy NAVFAC P-2010, Naval Construction Force and Maritime Prepositioning Force NTTP 3-02.3M (Jan 04), Maritime Prepositioning Force (MPF) Operations JP 1-06 (Mar 08), Financial Management During Joint Operations A Handbook for Practical Financial Management Topics for the DoD Financial Manager (May 05) CJCSI 3511.01A (Oct 07), CJCS Joint Exercise Transportation Program NAVFAC Advanced Based Functional Component (ABFCVIEW), <https://abfcview.navfac.navy.mil/>

104.1 Discuss the main elements contained in a Judge Advocate General (JAG) investigation and when to conduct an investigation. [ref. a, pp. 2-9 thru 2-22] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Describe the types of IG investigations [ref. a, 2-13 thru 2-22] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss the following terms as they pertain to the reserve component: a. b. c. d. e. Active Training (AT) [ref. b, ch. 13, pp. 13-1 thru 13-3] Active Duty Training (ADT) [ref. b, pp. 13-1 thru 13-3] Active Duty Special Work (ADSW) [ref. c, pp. 1 thru 5] Individual Duty Training (IDT) [ref. b, pp. 12-1 thru 12-4] Mobilization Orders [ref. c, pp. 1 thru 5, ref. d, pp. 22-1 thru 22-2]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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ADMINISTRATION/LOGISTICS FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


Discuss the purpose and capability of FLTMPS [ref. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss the purpose of the Enlisted Distribution and Verification Report (EDVR), including the information which can be obtained from the following subjects: [ref. e] a. b. c. d. e. Prospective Gains [p. 1-1] Prospective Losses [p. 2-1] Rating/Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) Structure [p. 4-1] EAOS [pp. 2-1 thru 2-2] BA/NMP [pp. 5-1 thru 5-2]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Describe the elements of the RSO&I process. [ref. f, p. 3-5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Describe and discuss the following terms as they apply to the NCF. [ref. g, pp. 1-2 thru 1-5] a. b. TYCOM SYSCOM

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Discuss the Prepositioned War Reserve Management System (PWRMS) and how it is utilized within the Naval Construction Force (NCF). [ref. h, sec. d, ref. i, ch. 3, ref. j, app. f] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Discuss the Maritime Preposition Force (MPF) principles of strategy and their relationship in support of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF). [ref. j, pp 1-1 thru 1-5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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ADMINISTRATION/LOGISTICS FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


Describe the following funding sources that can support NCF operations. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. MILCON [ref. k, app. e, pp. e1-2] OM&N [ref. l, p. 170] OPN [ref. l, p. 170] OMNR [ref. l, p. 170] OPTAR [ref. l, p. 170] ERC [ref. m, encl. e] HA [ref. k, app. e, pp. e3-4] HCA [ref. k, app. e, pp. e4] PH and IT [ref. m, app. c to encl. c] CTP [ref. m, app. d to encl. c]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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List the different echelons and the characteristics of the Table of Allowances (TOA) within the NCF. [ref. n] a. b. c. d. e. f. P-29, NCR Table of Allowance P-25, NMCB Table of Allowance P-01A, PHIBCB Table of Allowance TA-55, PHIBCB Table of Allowance P-35, CBMU Table of Allowance P-05, UCT Table of Allowance

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

105 105 COMMUNICATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC) FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] 105.1 NAVFAC Advanced Based Functional Component (ABFCVIEW), <https://abfcview.navfac.navy.mil/> EKMS -1A, Communications Security Material Guide COMFIRSTNCDINST 2000.2, Communications Information Systems Policy and Procedures (CISAP) OPNAVINST 2400.20F, Electronic Environmental Effects and Spectrum Supportability Policy and Procedures CJCSM 3122.03C, Joint Operations Planning and Execution System Vol. II, Planning Formats and Guidance FM 11-6 (MAY 96), Talk-II SINCGARS Unit TAC SOP List the communication gear in your unit's Table of Allowance (TOA). [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Describe the following reporting requirements for COMSEC violations: [ref. b, pp. 274 thru 306] a. b. Notifications Reports

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Describe the steps to obtain frequency assignments for your unit's communication gear. [ref. c, pp. 7-1 thru 7-3; ref. d, pp. 1 thru 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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COMMUNICATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC) FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


Describe and discuss the process to develop a unit level Communication Plan to include the following: [ref. c, pp. 6-1 thru 6-6; ref. e, Annex K-1 thru K-4; ref. f, App. C; ref. g,] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. CEOI Frequency assignment Identifying all players Crypto requirements Equipment selection Maintenance requirement Communicating with higher and adjacent Ground Chart

105.4

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

106 106 GENERAL MILITARY TACTICS FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] NWP 3-07.2 (Mar 04), Navy Doctrine for Anti-Terrorism-Force Protection NTTP 3-07.2.1(Sep 06), Antiterrorism-Force Protection Program JP 3-10 (Aug 06), Joint Security Operations in Theater MCWP 3-16 (Nov 01), Fire Support Coordination in the Ground Combat Element MCRP 3-11.1A (Jul 98), Commanders Tactical Handbook P-1162 (Oct 05), Construction Battalion Battle Skills Guide, Book 3, E7 and Above Unit TAC SOP

106.1 Discuss the topics addressed as part of a unit Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Plan. [ref. a, p. 5-6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Define the purpose of a force protection plan. [ref. b, p. 1-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 List and discuss possible planning considerations in the development of a force protection plan. [ref. b, pp. 2-6 thru 2-7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 List and discuss the different factors that determine threat levels and how they relate to force protection. [ref. c, pp. I-2 thru I-3, III-6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Discuss the role of the NCF engineer as a member of the Fire Support Coordination Center. [ref. d, pp. 1-4 thru 1-10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Explain and discuss passage of lines and relief in place. [ref. e, pp. 111 thru 119] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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GENERAL MILITARY TACTICS FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


Describe and discuss a unit level Fire Plan. [ref. f, task 3-6, pp. 3-21 thru 3-22] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss the fundamentals of preparing an operation overlay and use of military symbols. [ref. f, task 3-10, pp. 3-29 thru 3-43] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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List the COC watch stations and describe the information contained in each. [ref. g] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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107 107 CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] NWP 4-04 (Dec 07), Naval Civil Engineering Operations JP 3-34 (Feb 07), Joint Engineering Operations NTTP 4-04.3 (Dec 08), Naval Contingency Engineering Operations MCWP 2-3 (Jul 04), MAGTF Intelligence Production and Analysis MCWP 5-1 (Sep 01), Marine Corp Planning Process

107.1 Discuss the function of the Liaison Officer (LNO) in a contingency environment. [ref. a, p. 3-10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Describe and discuss the role of the joint engineer throughout the following range of military operations: [ref. b, pp. IV-7 thru IV-14] a. b. c. Major operations and campaigns Crisis response and limited contingency operations Military engagement, security cooperation and deterrence

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss the role of the NCF in contingency engineer support to the Navy and Marine Corps, other services and JTFs. [ref. c, p. 1-24] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4 Describe Intelligence Preparation of the Battlespace (IPB) and the steps in the process. [ref. d, pp. 5-1 thru 5-29] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5 Describe the Marine Corp Planning Process. [ref. e, pp. 1-3 thru 1-4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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107 CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)


.6 Describe and discuss a Command level OPORDER. [ref. e, pp. G-1 thru G-17] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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108 108 EMBARKATION FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] NTTP 4-01.5 (Aug 2008) Strategic Mobility and Unit Movement Operations CJCSM 3122.03C, Joint Operations Planning and Execution System Vol. II, Planning Formats and Guidance COMFIRSTNCDINST 3100.1 (Aug 08), Movement Control Center

108.1 Define TPFDD and discuss its purpose when utilized in programming a strategic lift. [ref. a, p. 2-6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Define JOPES and its role in the Embark process [ref. a, pp. 2-5 thru 2-6, b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3 Discuss what is found in the TUCHA data/files. [ref. a, p. 4-6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Discuss the differences between a Special Assignment Airlift Mission (SAAM) and lifts of opportunity. [ref. a, p. 6-13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Discuss the Embarkation Officer duties within your unit. [ref. a, p. 1-11] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Discuss the different types of strategic lift capabilities for sea, land, and air. [ref. a, ch. 6 thru 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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108 EMBARKATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


108.7 Explain the Movement Control Center (MCC) responsibilities [ref. c, encl. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Explain the Unit Movement Control Process [ref. c, pp. 1-13 thru 1-16] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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109 109 CIVIL ENGINEER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (CESE) FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] NAVFAC Advanced Based Functional Component (ABFCVIEW), <https://abfcview.navfac.navy.mil/> NAVFAC P-307 (Jun 06), Management of Weight Handling Equipment Maintenance and Certification COMFIRSTNCDINST 11200.2, Naval Construction Force Equipment Management Instruction (Red Book)

109.1 Discuss the primary capabilities of each principle end item of CESE in your unit's TOA. [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2 Discuss the following aspects of the crane program: [ref. b] a. b. c. d. e. f. Maintenance [sec. 2] Certification process [sec. 3] Operator qualification and testing [sec. 7] Lifting operations [sec. 10.4] Investigation and reporting or crane and rigging accidents [sec. 12] Training and qualification [sec. 13]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 List and discuss the components of the MONTHLY CESE REPORT. [ref. c, pp. 1-23 thru 1-28] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Discuss CESE condition codes. [ref. d, app. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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110 110 WEAPONS FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] NAVFAC Advanced Based Functional Component (ABFCVIEW), <https://abfcview.navfac.navy.mil/> COMFIRSTNCDINST 8370.1A (May 08) Standard Small Arms and Crew-Served Weapons Maintenance and Mgt Procedures For the NCF OPNAVINST 5530.13C (Sep 03), Department of the Navy Physical Security Instruction for Conventional Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives NAVSEAINST 8370.2A (May 03), Small Arms and Weapons Management Policy and Guidance Manual NAVSEA OP5 Vol. 1 Seventh Revision, Ammunitions and Explosives Safety Ashore

110.1 List the weapons systems found in your units Table of Allowance (TOA). [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Describe the control and accountability of the following: a. b. Weapons [ref. b, pp. 5-1- 5-10, ref. l, pp. 5-2 thru 5-3] Ammunition and Explosives [ref. c, pp. 5-3 thru 5.4]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Describe the transportation requirements for the organic and unit movements of arms, ammunition and explosives. [ref. c, pp. 6-7 thru 6-8]] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Discuss physical security considerations for storing arms, ammunition and explosives. [ref. c, pp. F1-F12] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Describe and discuss special reporting requirements for missing, lost, or stolen arms, ammunition or explosives. [ref. c, pp. 7-1 thru 7-3, ref. d, p. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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300 300.1

INTRODUCTION TO WATCH STATIONS INTRODUCTION


The Watchstation section of your PQS is where you get a chance to demonstrate to your Qualifier that you can put the knowledge you have gained in the previous sections to use. It allows you to practice the tasks required for your watchstation and to handle abnormal conditions and emergencies. Before starting your assigned tasks, you must complete the prerequisites that pertain to the performance of that particular task. Satisfactory completion of all prerequisites is required prior to achievement of final watchstation qualification.

300.2

FORMAT
Each watchstation in this section contains: A FINAL QUALIFICATION PAGE, which is used to obtain the required signatures for approval and recording of Final Qualification. PREREQUISTES, which are items that must be certified completed before you can begin qualification for a particular watchstation. Prerequisites may include schools, watchstation qualifications from other PQS books, and fundamentals, systems, or watchstation qualifications from this book. Prior to signing off each prerequisite line item, the Qualifier must verify completion from existing records. Record the date of actual completion, not the sign-off date. WATCHSTATION Performance, which is the practical factors portion of your qualification. The performance is broken down as follows: Tasks (routine operating tasks that are performed frequently) Infrequent Tasks Abnormal Conditions Emergencies Training Watches If there are multiple watchstations, a QUALIFICATION PROGRESS SUMMARY will appear at the end of the Standard.

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300 300.3

INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS (CONTD) OPERATING PROCEDURES


The PQS deliberately makes no attempt to specify the procedures to be used to complete a task or control or correct a casualty. The only proper sources of this information are the appropriate technical manuals. Additionally, the level of accuracy required of a trainee may vary from school to school and unit to unit based upon such factors as mission requirements. Thus, proficiency may be confirmed only through demonstrated performance at a level of competency sufficient to satisfy the Commanding Officer.

300.4

DISCUSSION ITEMS
Though actual performance of evolutions is always preferable to observation or discussion, some items listed in each watchstation may be too hazardous or time consuming to perform or simulate. Therefore, you may be required to discuss such items with your Qualifier.

300.5

NUMBERING
Each Final Qualification is assigned both a watchstation number and a NAVEDTRA Final Qualification number. The NAVEDTRA number is to be used for recording qualifications in service and training records.

300.6

HOW TO COMPLETE
After completing the required prerequisites applicable to a particular task, you may perform the task under the supervision of a qualified watchstander. If you satisfactorily perform the task and can explain each step, your Qualifier will sign you off for that task. You may then be required to stand a watch or a number of watches to earn qualification. There are two levels of supervision for this: Under Instruction: You will perform the duties and tasks of the watchstation under the direct supervision of a qualified watchstander or supervisor. This is intended to be a one-on-one training situation. Under qualified supervision: You will perform the duties and tasks of the watchstation with minor guidance from a qualified watchstander or supervisor. This is intended to allow you to develop proficiency in and operational environment with minimal oversight or have a supervisor close at hand if needed. After all line items have been completed, your Qualifier will verify Final Qualification by signing and dating the Final Qualification pages.

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FINAL QUALIFICATION 301

NAVEDTRA 43904-8

SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), NCF OFFICER

NAME_______________________________________ RATE/RANK_____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinees knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. This qualification section is to be kept in the individuals training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), NCF OFFICER (NAVEDTRA 43904-8).

RECOMMENDED__________________________________________ DATE_______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED__________________________________________ DATE_______________ Company Chief RECOMMENDED__________________________________________ DATE_______________ Company Commander/Department Head QUALIFIED_______________________________________________ DATE_______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY_________________________________ DATE_______________

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WATCHSTATION 301 301 SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), NCF OFFICER


Estimated completion time: 3 months NOTE: PLACE NOTES/SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS HERE. 301.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING PQS ITEMS
SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT MUST BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

301.1.1

PQS QUALIFICATIONS: Seabee Combat Warfare (SCW), Common Core (NAVEDTRA 43904-B), 301 Final Qualification Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Unit Specific Seabee Combat Warfare (SCW) (NAVEDTRA 43904 series), 301 Final Qualification (APPROPRIATE TO THE TYPE UNIT TO WHICH THE QUALIFYING INDIVIDUAL IS ASSIGNED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

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OTHER QUALIFICATIONS: (QUALIFY ON THE FOLLOWING WATCHES) MOCC Watch Officer Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) COC/BSC Watch Officer Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) CCP Watch Officer Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

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301
301.1.2

SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), NCF OFFICER (CONT'D)


OTHER QUALIFICATIONS US Government Motor Vehicle Operators Identification Card (OF-346) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) EKMS Qualification (Level 1) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) .3 FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 101 Safety

Completed ___________________________________ 6% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 102 Doctrine

Completed ___________________________________ 6% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 103 Readiness

Completed ___________________________________ 6% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 104 Administration/Logistics

Completed ___________________________________ 6% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 105 Communications/Communications Security (COMSEC)

Completed ___________________________________ 6% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 106 General Military Tactics

Completed ___________________________________ 6% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

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301 SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), NCF OFFICER (CONT'D)


301.1.3 107 Contingency Operations

Completed ___________________________________ 6% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 108 Embarkation

Completed ___________________________________ 6% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 109 Civil Engineer Support Equipment (CESE)

Completed ___________________________________ 6% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 110 Weapons

Completed ___________________________________ 6% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 301.2 TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. 301.2.1 What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task. Questions Develop the following: a. Command level OPORDER ABCDFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) b. Unit assembly and arrival plan ABCDFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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301
301.2.1

SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), NCF OFFICER (CONT'D)


c. Unit Readiness (SORTS/RCRP) message Questions ABCDFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) d. Unit Force Protection Plan ABCDFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) e. Unit level Fire Plan ABCDFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) f. Unit, Company Detachment, or Department level Training Plan ABCDFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) g. Unit Communication Plan ABCDFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) h. Plan, execute and lead a convoy ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) i. Unit Level TPFDD ABCDFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 40% OF WATCHSTATION. 301.3 301.4 301.5 301.6 INFREQUENT TASKS None to be discussed. ABNORMAL CONDITIONS None to be discussed. EMERGENCIES None to be discussed. WATCHES None to be discussed.

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301
301.7 301.7.1

SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), NCF OFFICER (CONT'D)


EXAMINATIONS (OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC, ETC.) No examination is required in order to complete NCF Officer PQS Watchstation 301. Oral and written testing of the material contained in this NCF Officer PQS Manual will occur in conjunction with the testing required in a SCW Unit/Type Specific PQS Manual associated with this PQS series.

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LIST OF REFERENCES USED IN THIS PQS


29 CFR, Part 1926, Construction Safety Standards A Handbook for Practical Financial Management Topics for the DoD Financial Manager (May 05) BUPERSINST 1001.39F, Administrative Procedures for Navy Reservists BUPERSINST 1080.53 (May 09), Enlisted Distribution and Verification Report Users Manual (EDVRMAN) CJCSM 3122.03A, Joint Operations Planning and Execution System Vol. II, Planning Formats and Guidance CJCSI 3511.01A (Oct 07), CJCS Joint Exercise Transportation Program COMFIRST NCDI 2000.2, Communications Information Systems Policy and Procedures (CISAP) COMFIRSTNCDINST 3100.1 (Aug 08), Movement Control Center COMFIRSTNCDINST 3501.3, NCF Status of Resources and Training System Joint Report Navy (SORTS) Readiness Reporting Guidance COMFIRSTNCDINST 3501.4, NCFC Fleet Response Training Plan COMFIRSTNCDINST 8370.1A (May 08) Standard Small Arms and Crew-Served Weapons Maintenance and Mgt Procedures For the NCF COMFIRSTNCDINST 11200.2, Naval Construction Force Equipment Management Inst (Red Book) COMUSFLTFORCOMINST/COMPACFLTINST 3501.3B, Fleet Training Continuum COMNECCINST 3501.1, Readiness and Cost Reporting Program (RCRP) EKMS -1A, Communications Security Material Guide EM 385-1-1, Safety and Health Requirements FM 11-6 (MAY 96), Talk-II SINCGARS The Fleet Training Management and Planning System (FLTMPS), Web Based System <http://www.ntmps.navy.mil> JAGINST 5800.7E (Jun 07), Judge Advocate General (JAG) Manual JP 0-2 (Jul 01), Unified Action Armed Forces (UNAAF) JP 1-06 (Mar 08), Financial Management Support in Joint Operations JP 3-10 (Aug 06), Joint Security Operations in Theater JP 3-34 (Feb 07), Engineering Doctrine for Joint Operations JP 4-01.6 (Aug 05), Joint Logistics Over the Shore (JLOTS) MCRP 3-11.1A (Jul 88), Commanders Tactical Handbook MCWP 2-3 (Jul 04), MAGTF Intelligence Production and Analysis MCWP 3-16 (Nov 01), Fire Support Coordination in the Ground Combat Element MCWP 3-17 (Feb 00), Engineering Operations MCWP 5-1 (Sep 01), Marine Corp Planning Process National Defense Strategy NAVFAC Advanced Based Functional Component (ABFCVIEW), <https://abfcview.navfac.navy.mil/> NAVFAC P-307 (Jun 06), Management of Weight Handling Equipment Maintenance and Certification NAVFAC P-2010, NCF Maritime Prepositioning Force Planning and Policy Manual

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LIST OF REFERENCES USED IN THIS PQS (CONTD)


NAVSEAINST 8370.2A (May 03), Small Arms and Weapons Management Policy and Guidance Manual NAVSEA OP5 Vol. 1 Seventh Revision, Ammunitions and Explosives Safety Ashore NTRP 4-04.2.1 (Jan 07), Doctrinal Reference for the Naval Construction Force NTTP 3-02.3M (Jan 04), Maritime Prepositioning Force (MPF) Operations NTTP 1-03.3 (Rev A), Status of Resources and Training System Joint Report-Navy (SORTS) NTTP 3-07.2.1(Sep 06), Antiterrorism-Force Protection Program NTTP 4-01.5 (Aug 2008) Strategic Mobility and Unit Movement Operations NTTP 4-01.1 (May 07), Navy Advanced Base Logistics Operations NTTP 4-04.1M (Feb 08), Seabee Operations in the MAGTF NTTP 4-04.3 (Dec 08), Naval Contingency Engineering Operations NWP 3-07.2 (Rev. A, Mar 04), Navy Doctrine for Anti-Terrorism-Force Protection NWP 4-04 (Dec 07), Naval Civil Engineering Operations OPNAVINST 1001.20C (Mar 08), Standardized Policy and Procedures for the Active Duty for Special Work (ADSW) Program OPNAVINST 2400.20F, Electronic Environmental Effects and Spectrum Supportability Policy and Procedures OPNAVINST 3500.38B (Jan 07), Universal Navy Task List (UNTL) OPNAVINST 3500.39B (Jul 04), Operational Risk Management (ORM) OPNAVINST 3501.93D, ROC and POE for NBG and Their Elements OPNAVINST 3501.115E, ROC and POE for Naval Construction Force OPNAVINST 5100.23G, Navy Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) Program Manual OPNAVINST 5450.46K, Naval Construction Force (NCF) Policy OPNAVINST 5530.13C (26 SEP 03), Department of the Navy Physical Security Instruction for Arms, Ammunition and Explosives (AA&E) OSHA P-1162 (AUG 01), Construction Battalion Battle Skills Guide, Book 3, E7 and Above PISTOL User Manual (https://sop.ahf.nmci.navy.mil) Quadrennial Defense Review Unit TAC SOP US Code (Jan 2006), Title 10, Subtitle A, Pt, 1, Ch. 6, Sec. 164

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Personal Qualification Standard Feedback Form for NAVEDTRA 43904-8

From____________________________________________________ Date_______________ Via______________________________________________________ Date_______________ Department Head Activity ______________________________________________________________________ Mailing Address_______________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________DSN_______________ PQS Title____________________________________________NAVEDTRA_______________ Section Affected_______________________________________________________________ Page Number(s)_______________________________________________________________

For faster response, you may submit your feedback to the PQS Development Group on NKO at: https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil/portal/seabees_facilitiesengineering/home/pqs . Please use the PQS Feedback gear located on this NKO page and be sure to include the above information so that we may better serve you. Note: You must first logon to NKO and paste the link provided above. Remarks/Recommendations (Use additional sheets if necessary):

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