Naval Education and Training Command

NAVEDTRA 43101-4F May 2004

PERSONNEL QUALIFICATION STANDARD
FOR
SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO), OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W), OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT

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.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5 INTRODUCTION ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 7 SUMMARY OF CHANGES----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------11 WATCHSTATION REQUALIFICATIONS----------------------------------------------------------------------15 ACRONYMS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------17 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 INTRODUCTION TO FUNDAMENTALS-------------------------------------------------------------19 Safety Precautions-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------21 Composite Warfare Command (CWC) Concept ---------------------------------------------------24 Operational Reports ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------26 Combat Information Center (CIC) Mission-----------------------------------------------------------29 Combat Information Center (CIC) Plotting Procedures and Displays-------------------------30 Combat Information Center (CIC) Watch Organization and Personnel ----------------------33 Combat Information Center (CIC) Publications and Logs ---------------------------------------36 Radar ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------38 Naval Tactical Data System (NTDS)/Combat Direction System (CDS) ----------------------41 Combat Information Center (CIC) Special Evolutions --------------------------------------------45 Naval Communications -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------47 Maneuvering Board----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------51 Radio Propagation -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------53 Signal Security ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------55 U.S. Naval Assets------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------57 Naval Gun and Ammunition -----------------------------------------------------------------------------60 Gunfire Control----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------63 Naval Missile ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------65 Air Defense (AD)/Antiship Missile Defense (ASMD) ----------------------------------------------67 Surface Warfare (SUW) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------73 Propagation of Sound in Water -------------------------------------------------------------------------76 Sonar ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------79 Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Communications --------------------------------------------------82 Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Organization--------------------------------------------------------84 Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Aircraft and Sonobuoy -------------------------------------------86 Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Tactics ---------------------------------------------------------------88 Electronic Warfare (EW)----------------------------------------------------------------------------------92 Electronic Support (ES)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------94 Electronic Attack (EA)-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------96 Electronic Protection (EP)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------99 Military Deception (MILDEC) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 100 Mine Warfare (MIW) Organization ------------------------------------------------------------------- 101 Mining ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 103 Mine Countermeasure ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 106 Amphibious Task Force/Task Group Organization ---------------------------------------------- 111 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONT'D)
136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 Page Amphibious Warfare Operations --------------------------------------------------------------------- 113 Amphibious Landing Craft ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 116 Naval Surface Fire Support (NSFS) ----------------------------------------------------------------- 117 Naval Threat----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 119 Bridge Equipment ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 120 Underway Bridge Watch-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 122 Deck Seamanship---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 126 Standard Commands------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 129 Anchoring -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 132 Bouy Mooring --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 135 Connected Underway Replenishment (CONREP)----------------------------------------------- 137 Aviation Operations on Surface Ships -------------------------------------------------------------- 141 Towing ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 144 Shiphandling----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 146 Special/Emergency Evolutions ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 150 Weather----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 154 Tactical Maneuvering ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 156 Nautical Charts and Publications--------------------------------------------------------------------- 159 Tides and Currents -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 161 Compass Error-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 162 Navigation-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 163 Navigation Rules ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 167 Visual Communications--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 168 Survival and Survival Equipment--------------------------------------------------------------------- 171 Buoys-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 173 Combat Systems Operational Sequencing System (CSOSS) -------------------------------- 174 Pollution Control ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 175 Marine Mammal Protection ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 178 Minor Caliber Weapons--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 179 INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS--------------------------------------------------------------------- 181 Radar Equipment----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 183 Naval Tactical Data System (NTDS) ---------------------------------------------------------------- 186 Naval Communications --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 188 Naval Gun -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 191 Gun and Missile Fire Control -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 193 Naval Missile ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 195 Surface Ship Sonar -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 198 Surface Ship Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Weapons ---------------------------------------- 201 Information Warfare (IW) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 204 Ship Control ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 207 Anchor Windlass ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 209 Anchor ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 211 Connected Underway Replenishment (CONREP)----------------------------------------------- 213 Shiphandling----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 215 Mine Warfare (MIW) Weapons ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 217 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONT'D)
300 301 302 303 Page INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS --------------------------------------------------------- 221 Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) Combat Information Center Watch Officer (CICWO) - 223 Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) Officer of the Deck (OOD) Underway (U/W) ------------ 249 Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) Officer of the Deck (OOD) Underway (U/W) (Platform Endorsement) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 279

QUALIFICATION PROGRESS SUMMARY----------------------------------------------------------------- 297 LIST OF REFERENCES ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 299

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MS USS Boxer (LHD-4) USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD-6) USS Tarawa (LHA-1) USS Antietam (CG-54) USS Curts (FFG-38) USS Comstock (LSD-45) SWOS. RI COMDESRON SIX.ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The PQS Development Group gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the following personnel in writing this PQS: CDR LCDR LCDR LCDR LCDR LCDR LT LT LT LT LT LT LTJG LTJG Bernie Gately James Lee Steve Ligler Robert Rieger Roland Roeder Thadeous Smith Colin Corridan Gary Gray Charles Hampton Tom Mack Lloyd Reinhold Mark Venzor Charles Collins Matthew McMenamy SWOS. Ms. Newport. TX USS McClusky (FFG-41) USS Lake Champlain (CG-57) PQS Development Group personnel who provided direct support for this PQS: ITCS(SW) ATCS(AW) MMC(SW) GSEC(SW) Ms. CA SWOS. Wayne Killingsworth Royce McKie Eliut Lopez Shawn McGrath Dallas Hansen Joyanne Lancer LCPO Production Officer Workshop Supervisor Workshop Facilitator Editorial Assistant Editorial Assistant The Model Manager for this PQS: SWOS NEWPORT RI DSN 948-7258 5 . Pascagoula. RI COMNAVSURFPAC. Newport. Corpus Christi. Newport. RI CMWC. San Diego.

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Officer of the Deck (Underway) and Officer of the Deck (Underway) platform endorsement. The objective of PQS is to standardize and facilitate these qualifications.INTRODUCTION PQS PROGRAM This PQS program is a qualification system for officers and enlisted personnel where certification of a minimum level of competency is required prior to qualifying to perform specific duties. CANCELLATION This Standard cancels and supersedes NAVEDTRA 43101 and 43101-4E. 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. This includes overseeing the process of monitoring and updating assigned PQS manuals from the standpoint of technical content and relevance within the community. aircraft or support system. 7 . security or proper operation of a ship.2J: MODEL MANAGER The Model Manager Command manages a specific PQS manual. This PQS is a Prerequisite for Suface Warfare Officer (SWO) qualification: (1) NAVEDTRA 43496-1B CV/CVN Officer of the Deck Underway may be completed in lieu of watchstations 302 or 303 of this PQS: (2) Surface Warfare Officer eligibility and qualification requirements are delineated in OPAVINST 1412. APPLICABILITY This PQS is applicable to all those pursuing CIC Watch Officer.

detailed explanations are provided at the front of each section. add any line items. fundamentals. The means of maintaining this listing is at the discretion of individual commands. 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. 8 . aircraft or unit. Delete any portions covering systems and equipment not installed on your ship. but where applicable. Qualifiers will normally be E-5 or above and. systems and watchstations/workstations that are unique to your command but not already covered in this package. Next. NOTES Classified references may be used in the development of PQS. as a minimum. must have completed the PQS they are authorized to sign off. Finally. QUALIFIER The PQS Qualifier is designated in writing by the Commanding Officer to sign off individual watchstations. If such references are used. The names of designated Qualifiers should be made known to all members of the unit or department. Retain the approved master copy on file for use in tailoring individual packages. the package should be reviewed by the cognizant department head and required changes approved by the Commanding Officer or his designated representative. do not make notes in this book as answers to questions in this Standard may be classified. first have it reviewed by one or more of your most qualified individuals. REFERENCES The references used during the writing of this PQS package were the latest available to the workshop. the most current references available should be used when qualifying with this Standard.INTRODUCTION (CONT’D) TAILORING To command tailor this package. see the PQS Unit Coordinator’s Guide. The 200 Section (Systems) is designed to acquaint you with the systems you will be required to operate at your watchstation/workstation. CONTENTS PQS is divided into three sections. The 100 Section (Fundamentals) contains the fundamental knowledge from technical manuals and other texts necessary to satisfactorily understand the watchstation/workstation duties. however. For more information on the duties and responsibilities of PQS Qualifiers.

or of errors you find. Good luck! PQS FEEDBACK REPORTS This PQS was developed using information available at the time of writing. If you have any questions or are unable to locate references. 9 . You may be required to complete another PQS. It will also tell you which fundamentals and/or systems from this package you must complete prior to qualification at your watchstation/workstation. This will tell you what you should do before starting your watchstation/workstation tasks. When equipment and requirements change. the PQS needs to be revised. telling us either in a letter or via the Feedback Report contained in the back of this book. turn to the 300 Section first and find your watchstation/workstation. the user. or other watchstations/workstations within this package.INTRODUCTION (CONT’D) TRAINEE Your supervisor will tell you which watchstations/workstations you are to complete and in what order. a school. You can tell us of new systems and requirements. contact your supervisor or qualifier. The only way the PQS Development Group knows of these changes is by you. Before getting started.

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AND WATCHSTATIONS: Fundamental Title Safety Precautions Composite Warfare Command (CWC) Concept Operational Reports Combat Information Center (CIC) Mission Combat Information Center (CIC) Plotting Procedures and Displays Combat Information Center (CIC) Watch Organization and Personnel Combat Information Center (CIC) Publications and Logs Radar Naval Tactical Data System (NTDS)/Combat Direction System (CDS) Combat Information Center (CIC) Special Evolutions Naval Communications Maneuvering Board Radio Propagation Signal Security U. SYSTEMS.SUMMARY OF CHANGES CHANGES TO FUNDAMENTALS.S. Naval Assets Naval Gun and Ammunition Gunfire Control Naval Missile Air Defense (AD)/Antiship Missile Defense (ASMD) Surface Warfare (SUW) Propagation of Sound in Water Sonar Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Communications Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Organization Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Aircraft and Sonobuoy Action Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Comment Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs 11 .

SUMMARY OF CHANGES (CONT’D) Fundamental Title Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Tactics Electronic Warfare (EW) Electronic Support (ES) Electronic Attack (EA) Electronic Protection (EP) Military Deception (MILDEC) Mine Warfare (MIW) Organization Mining Mine Countermeasure Amphibious Task Force/Task Group Organization Amphibious Warfare Operations Amphibious Landing Craft Naval Surface Fire Support (NSFS) Naval Threat Bridge Equipment Underway Bridge Watch Deck Seamanship Standard Commands Anchoring Bouy Mooring Connected Underway Replenishment (CONREP) Aviation Operations on Surface Ships Towing Shiphandling Special/Emergency Evolutions Weather Tactical Maneuvering Nautical Charts and Publications Tides and Currents Compass Error Navigation Navigation Rules Action Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Added Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Comment Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs New information Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs 12 .

SUMMARY OF CHANGES (CONT’D) Fundamental Title Visual Communications Survival and Survival Equipment Buoys Combat Systems Operational Sequencing System (CSOSS) Pollution Control Marine Mammel Protection Minor Calibor Weapons System Title Radar Equipment Naval Tactical Data System (NTDS) Naval Communications Naval Gun Gun and Missile Fire Control Naval Missile Surface Ship Sonar Surface Ship Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Weapons Information Warfare (IW) Ship Control Anchor Windlass Anchor Connected Underway Replenishment (CONREP) Shiphandling Mine Warfare (MIW) Weapons Electronic Support (ES) Watchstation Title Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) Combat Information Center Watch Officer (CICWO) Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) Officer of the Deck (OOD) Underway (U/W) Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) Officer of the Deck (OOD) Underway (U/W) (Platform Endorsement) Action Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Added Added Action Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Added Modified Modified Modified Modified Modified Added Deleted Action Modified Comment Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs New information New information Comment Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs New System Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs Updated refs New System Replaced with Information Warfare (IW) Comment New information Modified Added New information New qualification requirements 13 .

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personnel dealing with the subject matter of this PQS may be required to requalify IAW NAVEDTRA 43100-1G. or procedures. shall be completed. Ch. None.WATCHSTATION REQUALIFICATIONS Due to changes in policies. 5. systems. 15 . PQS Unit Coordinator’s Guide. The following watchstations regardless of qualifications achieved in previous versions.

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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.ACRONYMS USED IN THIS PQS Not all acronyms or abbreviations used in this PQS are defined here. ADC ADNS ALMDS AMNS ASMD BSP CAP CAPDS CD OPS CDLMS CDS CEC CMG CONREP DCA DFGMC DLS DTE FADIZ FLIR IALA IBS IPDS ISAR IVCS JU LEADS LEO LIO MEDAL MIO MIW MOB MP MRG Acoustic Device Countermeasure Automated Digital Networking System Airborne Laser Mine Detection System Airborne Mine Neutralization system Antiship Missile Defense Battle Space Profiler Combat Air Patrol Chemical Point Detection Agent System Counter Drug Operations Link Monitoring System Combat Direction System Cooperative Engagement Capability Course Made Good Connected Replenishment Defensive Counter Air Digital Fluxgate Magnetic Compass Decoy Launching System Detect To Engage Fleet Air Defense Identification Zone Forward Looking Infrared Radar International Association of Lighthouse Authorities Integrated Bridge System Integrated Point Detection System Inverse Synthetic Aperature Radar Interior Voice Communication System Joint Unit Launch Expendable Acoustic Device System Law Enforcement Operations Leadership Interdiction Operations Mine Warfare Environmental Tactical Decision Aid Library Maritime Interception Operation Mine Warfare Man Overboard Mission Package Main Reduction Gear 17 .

ACRONYMS USED IN THIS PQS (CONT’D) NMMSS OASIS OCSOT OPGEN PCMS PMAP PMI RAM RAMICS RMD RMS RSC SAU SORTS SSDS SVP TADIL TISS TRDF UNREP VDS VSP WAAS WECAN WSM Naval Mast Mounted Sighting System Organic Airborne Mine Sweeping System Overall Combat Systems Operability Test Operating General Passive Counter Measure System Protective Measures Assessment Protocol Prevention of Mutual Interference Rolling Airframe Missile Rapid Airborne Mine Clearance System Restricted Maneuvering Doctrine Remote Mine hunting System Radar Systems Coordinator Search and Attack Unit Status of Resources and Training Systems Ship Self-Defense System Sound Velocity Profile Tactical Data Link Thermal Imaging Sighting System Tactical Radio Direction Finder Underway Replenishment Variable Depth Sonar Voith Schneider Propulsion Wide Area Augmentation System Web-Centric ASW Network Water Space Management 18 .

Normally. If you are attempting initial qualification. All references cited for study are selected according to their credibility and availability. When you feel you have a complete understanding of one fundamental or more. If you are requalifying. you would have acquired the knowledge required in the Fundamentals section during the school phase of your training. your Qualifier may require you to answer representative line items to determine if you have retained the necessary knowledge for your watchstation. 100. your Qualifier will expect you to satisfactorily answer all line items in the fundamentals. 19 . the references listed at the beginning of each fundamental will aid you in a self-study program. If you have not been to school or if you need a refresher.2 HOW TO COMPLETE The fundamentals you will have to complete are listed in the watchstation (300 section) for each watchstation. contact your Qualifier.100 100. or are seeking Platform Endorsement. completed the appropriate schools. you may be asked any questions from the fundamentals required for your watchstation.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. You should complete all required fundamentals before starting the systems and watchstation portions of this PQS. If your command requires an oral board or written examination for final qualification. since knowledge gained from fundamentals will aid you in understanding the systems and your watchstation tasks.

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C4] a. c. Mishap Investigation and Reporting OPNAVINST 5090.2 Discuss the following safety precautions during small boat operations: [ref. C8. [ref. Tag-out precautions Electrical fires First aid for electric shock Electronics and RF radiation hazards ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. ch. a. a. [ref. a. ref.39A. b. ch.3 Discuss the safety procedures for personnel working aloft. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ref.19D (Change 1). Operational Risk Management (ORM) Discuss the safety aspects of the following: [ref.1 OPNAVINST 5100.101 101 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] 101. c.1B (Change 4). C9] a. C8. ch. Environmental and Natural Resources Program Manual Ship's Information Book (SIB) OPNAVINST 3500. a. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 21 .4 Discuss the safety procedures for personnel working-over-the-side. ch. Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat Commanding Officer's Standing Orders Ship's Emission Control Bill OPNAVINST 5102. Launch/retrieval Fueling Bringing a small boat along side ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b.1C.

a. C12] Aircraft movement [ref. b. C14] HERO [ref. C5] Kevlar lines [ref. C5] Natural lines [ref. ch. a. a. a.7 Discuss the following heavy weather safety precautions: [ref. General fire precautions [ref. ch. ch.5 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the following line handling safety precautions: a. General precautions [ref. c.8 Discuss abandon ship. ch. ch.6 Discuss the following ordnance safety precautions: a. [ref. c. ch. a. d. ch. ch. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 22 . c. a. e. c. b. ch. C16] a. b. C14] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. ref. ch. C12] Aircraft crash and rescue [ref. d. ch. C5] Synthetic lines [ref.101 101. f] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . C5] Wire rope [ref. General precautions [ref. ch. a. a. c] Ordnance firing/launching [ref. ch. a.9 Discuss the following Aviation Operations safety precautions: a. a. C17] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. a. Lifelines Tiedowns General precautions ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. C12. a. C14] Ordnance handling [ref. C12] FOD [ref.

d.12 Discuss the following HAZMAT precautions: [ref. 2] MIR [encl.11 Discuss the following in response to oil and hazardous substances: [ref. b. 2] Special case reportable mishaps [encl. and C mishaps [encl. 10] a. [ref. g] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . B. d] a. Identifing hazards Assessing hazards Making risk decisions Implementing controls Supervising ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 23 . g] a. c. a. e. d. b. b. C23] a.S.S. 5] MR [encl. U.13 Discuss the concept of ORM.14 Explain the following as they apply to ORM: [ref. c. e. c. b. ports Foreign ports Foreign navigable waters ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. General stowage Handling Disposal ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. d.101 101. c. navigable waters U. Class A.10 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the following types of afloat mishaps: [ref. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

102 102 COMPOSITE WARFARE COMMAND (CWC) CONCEPT FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] NWP 3-56A. 8] Information Warfare Commander [ch. d. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref.3 Discuss the operational chain of command from the level of element to the Fleet Commander using task organization designators. 5] Air Defense Commander [ch. 8] Force Over-the-Horizon Targeting Coordinator [ch. e. 10] Screen Commander [ch. c. o. ch. a. a] a. b. 11] 102. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 10] Force Track Coordinator [ch. Composite Warfare Commander's Manual Joint Pub 3-56. h. 10] Force Weapons Coordinator [ch. 10] Helicopter Element Coordinator [ch. m.1 24 .2 Discuss the CWC command structure. 10] Maneuvering Coordinator [ch. j. [ref. a. Tactical Command and Control Planning Guidance and Procedures for Joint Operations (Information Exchange Planning Guidance) Discuss the CWCs concept. 3] Undersea Warfare Commander [ch. f. [ref.4 Discuss the functions of the following Warfare Commanders and Coordinators: [ref. ch. 8] Maritime Interception Operations Commander [ch. 6] Strike Warfare Commander [ch. l. n. CWC/OTC [ch. 9] Air Resources Element Coordinator [ch. 7] Surface Warfare Commander [ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 10] Submarine Element Coordinator [ch. i. k. g. a. ch.

13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c. [ref. b] a.4 COMPOSITE WARFARE COMMAND (CWC) CONCEPT FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) p. f. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Joint Forces Air Component Commander Joint Special Operations Taskforce Joint Forces Maritime Component Commander Joint Forces Land Component Commander Area Air Defense Commander Sector Air Defense Commander Regional Air Defense Commander Joint Interface Control Officer ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 25 . d. ch. q.102 102. a. Mine Warfare Commander [ch. b.6 Discuss the functions of the following Joint Warfare Commanders and Coordinators: [ref.5 List the two-letter call sign for the Warfare Commanders/Coordinators listed in .4 above and their alternates where applicable. g. h. e. 12] Sea Combat Commander [ch.

4] Supply system [ref. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. ch. b.6G.3 Discuss the interrelation between a CASREP and the following: a. [ref. a. and submission requirements for a MOVREP. c. ch. Blue Dart Reporting Procedures Explain the purpose of a CASREP and general situations in which one would be submitted. 3-M system [ref.3A.1 NWP 1-03. and the time of submission for the following: [ref. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Special Incident Reporting NWP 1-03. a.41. chs. d. b. Initial casualty report Update casualty report Correction casualty report Cancellation casualty report ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. ch.4 Discuss the purpose of. 3] SORTS [ref. c. 9. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 26 . ch. Maritime Reporting System PACOMINST 5050-99.2 Describe the information contained in. a. content of. 4] a. Operational Reports NAVSUP P-485. Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS) OPNAVINST 3100. Afloat Supply Procedures NTTP 1-03. 11.103 103 OPERATIONAL REPORTS FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] 103. a. [ref.1. ch.

6 Discuss the purpose of the SORTS reporting system. ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .103 103. c. [ref.5 OPERATIONAL REPORTS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the purpose of. c. ch. content of. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . and submission requirements for a LOGREQ. [ref. c. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c. [ref. ch. [ref.10 Discuss the submission requirements for a SORTS message. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Discuss the information contained in the two parts of a SORTS message.8 Discuss the general criteria for each of the C-rating categories and their relationships to the primary mission areas. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. ch.7 State the five readiness status data areas. [ref. a. c. ch. [ref.11 Define primary and secondary mission areas. ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 27 . 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c. [ref.

2] Navy blue [ref. e. d. ch.13 State the purpose of the following maritime reports: [ref. c. b. d. c. f. e. d. b. d. g. ch. Pinnacle [ref.12 OPERATIONAL REPORTS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Explain the purpose of. h. 2] Unit SITREP [ref. d. the submission requirements for. AKNLDG Maritime unit mission execution order (green) Maritime unit TLAM-C mission order (indigo) Maritime force locator (locator) MSGCHANGEREP Maritime mission analysis summary message (purple) TACELINT report Maritime unit availability/capability report (tan) Maritime unit ASSM mission order (turquoise) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 28 .103 103. ch. and the general situations for which each are submitted for the following OPREPs: a. f] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . i. 2] Blue dart [ref. ch. 1] a.

ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 29 .104 104 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER (CIC) MISSION FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] 104. [ref.1 NAVEDTRA 14204. a.2 Identify and describe the function of all CIC equipment.6 (Series). Operations Specialist 3 NWP 3-20. Ship’s Class Tactical Manual Discuss the primary and secondary missions of the CIC and include functions required for each mission area. [ref.

Strategic plot Geographic plot Air summary Surface summary plot Communications status board Surface status board EW status board ES intercept status board Time bearing/time frequency plot ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .g. c. g. Operations Specialist 3 ATP 1(C). a.1 NAVEDTRA 14204. a. i. Course and speed input Effect of other variables (e. e. h. d. ch. wind.3 Discuss the requirements and reasons for maintaining a navigational plot in CIC.2 Discuss the principles of DR equipment operation to include: [ref. and discuss the functions of each: [ref. ch. b. ch. b. Afloat Over-the-Horizon Targeting (OTH-T) and Surveillance Describe the following CIC plots and status boards. f. [ref. 9] a. Vol. I Worldwide FOTC SOP NWP 3-20. c.105 105 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER (CIC) PLOTTING PROCEDURES AND DISPLAYS FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] 105. current) Casualty procedures (Halifax plot) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 30 . a. 1] a. Allied Maritime Tactical Instructions and Procedures.7.

Polar coordinate Cartesian coordinate World geographic reference Military grid reference UTM ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. b. d.4 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER (CIC) PLOTTING PROCEDURES AND DISPLAYS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the use of the following grid systems as they apply to CIC: [ref. f. i. 10] a. b. 8] a. e. a. e. j. Air friendly Air unknown Air hostile CAP/DCA CAP/DCA station AEW Missile ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 31 . f.6 Describe the following plotting symbology used on the air vertical plot: [ref.105 105.5 Describe the following DRT/DDRT/CADRT plotting symbols: [ref. Own ship Surface friendly Surface unknown Surface hostile Subsurface unknown Subsurface hostile Subsurface friendly Datum Man overboard Downed aircraft ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . g. ch. c. h. b. a. d. g. e. 10] a. ch. d. a. c. c.

e. ch. c. ch.9 Discuss the type of surface-subsurface tracking information available from the DRT/DDRT/CADRT and how this information is used. ch. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 9] NUDET [ref. a. a. b. ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Discuss GCCS-M and its use in the battle group.11 Describe fundamental OTH-T principles.8 Discuss the procedure for RADFO plotting and state the function of the plot. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 32 . [ref.7 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER (CIC) PLOTTING PROCEDURES AND DISPLAYS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss proper plotting procedures on the DRT/DDRT/CADRT for the following tactical situations: a. [ref. c. ch. a. d. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d.13 Describe OTH-T administration and management requirements and OTH-T contact database management principles. 12] Mine warfare [ref. 10] Man overboard/aircraft in water [ref.105 105. d. [ref. c. ch. ref. ch. c. [ref. [ref. 10] USW [ref. 12] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. a. b. b.12 Define GCCS-M communications and networks. ch. Formation steaming [ref. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. a. d. ref. [ref. ref.

d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 1.106 106 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER (CIC) WATCH ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] 106. d. b. c. Navy (SORM) NWP 3-20. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref. [ref. ch. Ship’s Class Tactical Manual Discuss the six general conditions of readiness and corresponding watch conditions. ch. d] ASW Evaluator [ref. 1. a. ch. h. ch. ch. g. 1. ch. Standard Organization and Regulations Manual of the U. c. TAO/Evaluator [ref. Operations Specialist 3 OPNAVINST 3120. d] SSTWC [ref.32C (Change 5). c. 1. ref. ref. including the manning requirements for each. d] Weapons Liaison Officer/Ship's Weapons Coordinator/Antiair Warfare Coordinator [ref. d] Surface Watch Officer (or equivalent) [ref.1 NAVEDTRA 14202. 4. a. 6.2 Discuss the CICWO actions when increasing the condition of readiness. ref. ch. 4. 6. ref. ref. d] EWO [ref. ref. ch. ch.3 Discuss the duties and responsibilities of the following officer watchstations in CIC: a. d] Surface/Subsurface Weapons Coordinator [ref. i. Operations Specialist 1 & C NAVEDTRA 14204. ref.S.6 (Series). 4. ref. ch. ref. c. f. e. d] CSC [ref. c. a. b. 4. ref. 1. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 33 . ch. d] CICWO [ref. b. ref. b. b.

e. ch. d] Track Supervisor [ref. d] Sonar Supervisor [ref. e. c. ch. b. ref. ref. ch. b. 1. ch. p. a. d] Database Manager [ref. d] Dead Reckoning Tracer DRT/DDRT/CADRT [ref. ref. d] Surface Tracker/Surface Radar Operator [ref. 1. a. ref. b. b. ch. d] CIC Watch Supervisor [ref. 2] a. g. nets and MC systems in terms of. u. b. b. m. 1. d] LCC Operator [ref. ref. 1. ref. h. n. ch. d] Navigation Plotter [ref. d] ASTAC [ref. 1. b. s.4 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER (CIC) WATCH ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the duties and responsibilities of the following enlisted watchstations in CIC: a. information passed and stations on the circuit in the following evolutions: [ref. 1. ASW AW SUW MIW Command and control Weapons control Special evolutions Strike warfare ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 34 . d.106 106. d] Harpoon Engagement Planner [ref. b. ref. 1. ch.5 Discuss the use and purpose of sound-powered telephone circuits. ch. r. t. k. b. d] Own Ship’s Display Assistant [ref. ch. d] CSRO [ref. i. j. q. c. ref. d] EW Supervisor [ref. ref. f. ch. d] ES (SLQ-32/WLR-14) Operator [ref. a. d. d] Detection and Tracking Supervisor/RCO [ref. g. ch. o. 1. b. ref. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 1. ref. f. 1. ch. Surface Supervisor [ref. ref. h. 1. d] Identification Operator [ref. d] AIC [ref. b. ch. d] Air Tracker/Air Radar Operator [ref. d] Radar Systems Controller [ref. d] Tomahawk Engagement Planner [ref. l. 1. a.

8 Describe the verbal exchange required as part of the CICWO relieving process.106 106. 4. c. [ref. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 35 .6 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER (CIC) WATCH ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Identify and describe contents of required CIC reports to bridge. [ref. prior to relieving the watch: [ref. d] a.7 Discuss the following tactical/administrative information available on the bridge and in CIC. that the oncoming CICWO should be familiar with. c. ref. Tactical Navigational Internal shipboard ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. ch. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

1 NWP 3-20. d. f. 1 NWP 65 (Series). OPORDER [ref. ch. ch. Operations Specialist. c. i. 1] ACP [ref. ch. Operations Specialist 3 Ship's Combat Systems Doctrine (Class Specific) APP-4 (A). Vol.6 (Series).2 Discuss the general subject matter and application of the following publications: a. d. ch. 4] OPTASK [ref. 4] JANAP [ref. f. f. f. Allied Maritime Structured Messages. ch.107 107 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER (CIC) PUBLICATIONS AND LOGS FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] 107.1 NAVEDTRA 14204. l. 1] OPGEN [ref. h. 4] FICM [ref. e. a. c. Ship’s Class Tactical Manual Discuss the information available in the following: a. ch. c. g] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 36 . e. b] Class tactical manual [ref. Electronics Warfare Technician 3 & 2 NAVEDTRA 14308. ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Vol. 1] NATO/Allied Tactical Doctrine Publications (ATP. NWP [ref. ch. g. c. b] TACMEMO [ref. k. c. 1] FXP [ref. 4] CIC/Combat Systems Doctrine [ref. ch. c.6 (Series). ch. b] NTP [ref. d] NWP 3-20. c. j. 4] OPLAN [ref. c. ch. ch. Class Tactical Manual NAVEDTRA 14096. b. f. 1] OPTASK supplement [ref. Ship’s Class Tactical Manual (CSTP) [ref. 4] TYCOM training manuals [ref. b. f. AXP) [ref.

4] ES intercept log [ref. ch. ch. CIC watch log [ref. h. ch. a. e. a. c. 4] Radiotelephone log [ref. a. b. ch. g. b] Publication custody log [ref. ch. 4] Radar performance log [ref. f. a. 4] Radar contact log [ref. a. d. 4] DRT/DDRT log [ref.107 107. b] Radar navigation log [ref. ch. e. i. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 37 . 3] Sonar contact log [ref. a. ch.3 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER (CIC) PUBLICATIONS AND LOGS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the use of the following CIC logs and the procedures for maintaining each: a.

2] Radar cross section [ref. ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 38 . Operations Specialist 2 NAVAIR 01-75PAC-1. 1] PRR/PRF [ref. ch. 1] ADT [ref. d. 2] Target altitude [ref. c. d. 1] Power out [ref.1 NAVEDTRA 14308. Vol. and Antennas NAVEDTRA 14099A. Operations Specialist. c. EMI [ref.1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . P-3C Aircraft Discuss the effects of the following on radar operations: a. ch. 1] MTI [ref. ch. f. ch. d. c. 1] Environmental condition [ref. 1] EA environment [ref. c. NATOPS Flight Manual. ch. ch. c. b. c. c.108 108 RADAR FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] 108. c. c. f. NEETS Module 10--Intro to Wave Propagation. 1] Pulse width [ref. b. ch. c. i. b. d. d. 1] Frequency [ref. g. Fire Controlman. c. 1] Doppler [ref. 1] Antenna rotation rate [ref. c. ch. ch. b. ch. 1] Beam width [ref. 02-Fire Control Systems and Radar Fundamentals NAVEDTRA 14203. Terrain [ref. Transmission Lines. 1] Contact composition [ref. Vol. 2] Environmental landmarks [ref. ch. 1 NAVEDTRA 14182. ch. c. j. ch. ch. ch. ch. k. c. d. h. e.2 Discuss the effects of the following on the detection capability of radar: a. 8] STC [ref. ch. e. g.

8] Approach control [ref. d. c. 1] Ducting [ref. c. 2] Air search (2D) [ref. g. e. d. ch. m. c. 5] Fire control [ref.108 108. Lobing [ref. ch. b. c. ch. c. ch. c. 2] Phased array [ref. ch. 1] Refraction [ref. ch. 2] Navigation [ref.3 RADAR FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Define the following: a. ch. f. 1] Attenuation [ref. c. c. c. 4] Fade zone [ref. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. b. f. b. ch. Surface search [ref. 1] Skip distance [ref. ch. ch. 1] Absorption [ref. h. 1] Reflection [ref. 21] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 39 . e. e. l. c. c. ch. g. ch. a. ch. app. ch. 1] Ring time [ref. 2] Air search (3D) [ref. c. ch. i. ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 1] Clutter [ref. h. ch. ch.5 Discuss the function of TACAN. [ref. 1] Sea return [ref. c. j. ch. e. c. c. k. b. c. b. ch. c. 2] ISAR [ref. c.4 Discuss the primary applications of the following types of radar: a. 1] Diffraction [ref. I] Radar horizon [ref.

7 Discuss actions taken upon receipt of the following IFF codes: [ref. c. d. Modes available Code combination available with each mode Emergency squawk available with each system Mode 4 squawk Security SIF/DI ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. b. ch. a. d] a. e. e. c. 8. 7500 7600 7700 4X 7500 4X 7600 4X 7700 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 40 . d.108 108. ref. b. ch.6 RADAR FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the following as applied to the MK 12 IFF system: [ref. f. f. 8] a.

a. o. e. [ref. a. a. b] Target Acquisition System Tracker [ref. d] DTM [ref. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. g. Operations Specialist 1 & C NWP 3-20. a. 1] FTC [ref.109 109 NAVAL TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM (NTDS)/COMBAT DIRECTION SYSTEM (CDS) FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] 109. 1] AIC [ref. 1] TAO [ref. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 41 . ch. i. 1] Track Supervisor/TIC/ID Operator [ref. ch. ch. 1] ASTAC/REMRO/SENSO [ref. FWC [ref. n. 1. a. a. c. ch. ch.2 Describe the duties of the following personnel (as applicable) as they relate to NTDS: a. m. b] EW Supervisor [ref. d. 1 NWP 3-20. Afloat Over-the-Horizon Targeting (OTH-T) and Surveillance Ship’s Information Book (SIB) Discuss the function of NTDS/CDS in a task force environment.7. ref. j. ch. 1] FOC Operator [ref. ch.1 NAVEDTRA 14202. b. f. ch. a. Operations Specialist 2 Joint Multi-Tactical Data Link (TDL) Operating Procedures APP-4 (A). h. ch. Allied Maritime Structured Messages. 1] RSO/RSC [ref. Vol. 1] SWC/WCO/AAWC [ref. 1] USWO/USWFCO [ref. a. ch. l. ch. 1] SSWC/SSSC/USWOC [ref. a.6 (Series). a. Ship’s Class Tactical Manual NAVEDTRA 14203. a. a. k. d] RCO [ref.

d.4 Discuss the following as they apply to NTDS: a. d] Data forwarder [ref. ch. c. 8] RU [ref. h. e. k. d] D/TQ [ref.3 NAVAL TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM (NTDS)/COMBAT DIRECTION SYSTEM (CDS) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Describe the following basic NTDS symbols: [ref. and subsurface friendly/unknown/hostile track Engaged track CAP aircraft CAP station USW/patrol aircraft USW helicopter Downed pilot Aircraft carrier Man overboard Hostile/friendly missile Datum Sonobuoy Mine ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 8] Roll call [ref. c. 8] Gateway controller [ref. ch. h. ch. 8] Broadcast [ref. PU/JU [ref. ch. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . g. 8] NCS [ref. o.109 109. i. 8] Radio silence [ref.5 Discuss the purpose of and procedure used by the FTC for gridlock. i. c. ch. 8] Net cycle time [ref. 8] Picket [ref. f. f. ch. ch. c. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 42 . d. c. ch. Ownship DLRP Air. c. n. k. [ref. m. c. j. c. g. ch. ch. c. l. surface. e. c. ch. c. j. 8] a. c. b. l. 8] GRU [ref. b. c.

ch. [ref. ch. e. capabilities. and limitations of each: [ref.8 Discuss data link management information contained in OPTASK link. including the function. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Discuss the function of OTH-T communications in a task force organization. [ref. ch.7 Describe the data links associated with NTDS.6 NAVAL TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM (NTDS)/COMBAT DIRECTION SYSTEM (CDS) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Define DLRP and describe the considerations for establishing/changing it. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . f. b.10 Describe the duties of the following personnel as they relate to OTH-T tactical data links: [ref. c. 7] a. 8] a. c. c. advantages. [ref. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .109 109. b. LINK 11 LINK 16 LINK 4A HAWK LINK ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. FOTC Database (GCCS-M) Operator ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 43 . f. d. ch.

ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . f. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . f. f.109 109. 7] a. [ref. ch. f.13 Describe the interaction between GCCS-M equipped ships and the force OTH-T picture. g] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 44 . [ref. ch. c.15 Discuss the SGS/AC. d. [ref.14 Discuss data link management information contained in OPTASK FOTC. Participating unit Net control station Radio silence HIT broadcast unit ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 NAVAL TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM (NTDS)/COMBAT DIRECTION SYSTEM (CDS) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the following as they apply to the OTH-T tactical data links: [ref. ch. [ref.16 Identify and describe the function of all LINK equipment in CIC. [ref.12 Describe the data links associated with the OTH-T architecture. f. ch. b. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

110 110 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER (CIC) SPECIAL EVOLUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] [j] 110. including information provided to control stations. e. chs. 1] SUW [ref. b. 2] Man overboard [ref. a. a. ref. 1. e. I. e. ch. Helicopter Operating Procedures for Air Capable Ships CNSF-CNAFINST 3530. 1. ref. chs. b. f. l. ref. ch. ref. ch. 1] Amphibious operations [ref. ch. b. AD/ASMD [ref. 8. ref. 1.4. during the following evolutions: a.6 (Series). i. 4] SAR [ref. a. b. n. 13. o. m. b. a. Doctrine for Joint Combat Search and Rescue NAVEDTRA 14204. j. h.1 NWP 3-20. 14th Edition NWP 3-04. b. e. ref. ref. 13. Operations Specialist 1 & C NWP 3-50. a. i] VBSS (MIO/LIO/CD) [ref.2. 1. ref. e. app. 1. a. 1. j.1A. k. Maritime Interception Operations Discuss the control and assist functions performed by CIC. a] OTH-T [ref. Navy Search and Rescue (SAR) Manual Joint Pub 3-50. c. ch. b. e. a] Plane guard [ref. ref. Ship’s Class Tactical Manual NAVEDTRA 14202. ref. a] General quarters [ref. A] NSFS [ref. a. Surface Ship Navigation Department Organization and Regulations Manual (NAVDORM) ATP 6. 1] ASW [ref. d. a. Operations Specialist 3 Dutton's Navigation and Piloting (Maloney). 9] Flight operations [ref. 1] Navigation and piloting [ref. ref. a. ref. 1. chs. chs. a. 6. a] Mine warfare [refs. ref. g. ch. b.1M. Vol. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 45 . chs. chs.11. 5] Strike warfare [ref. ch. g. Allied Doctrine of Mine Warfare Planning and Principles NWP 3-07. ch.

b. 7. c. 8] a.3 Discuss the responsibilities of CIC in EMCON/HERO. 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ref. e. ref. ch. 6. e. 8. 2. e. 4. [ref. ref. ref. 3 thru 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .110 110. 8 thru 11. chs. ref. 9. b. i. Piloting Officer Navigation Plotter Radar Navigation Log Keeper Surface Search/Navigation Radar Operator Fire Control Radar Talker Sonar/Depth Sounder Talker Shipping Officer Lookout Talker/Plotter Surface Search/Shipping Radar Operator Surface Contact Status Board/Surface Summary Plotter ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. ref. ch. chs. b. 10] SAR mission [ref.4 Discuss the duties and responsibilities of the following members of the Radar Piloting Team: [ref. h] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 46 . j. c. g.5 Discuss the capabilities of the following equipment with respect to navigation: a. a. f. chs. ref. ref. 8] Electronic charting display [ref. ch. d. f. ch. a. ch. a. e. a. h. ref. 8] Sonar [ref. a. a. d. a.2 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER (CIC) SPECIAL EVOLUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the indications that would be received and the actions required during the following events: a. Submarine disaster incident-event (SUBLOOK/SUBMISS/SUBSUNK) [ref. Fire control radar [ref. c. b. a. b. 36] Fathometer [ref. ref. chs. ch. d. e. f. ref. c. 11] Surface search radar [ref. e.

c. Call sign [ref. 13 NWP 6-01A. g. Operations Specialist 3 NAVEDTRA 14189. b. h.3C.1A. d. b] Abbreviated plaindress [ref. ch. ch. Ch. c. a. b] Delayed executive [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. b] a. 7] Precedence [ref. c. Composite Warfare Commander's Manual. Guard Cover Copy Listen ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 47 . Naval Telecommunications Publication NAVEDTRA 14204. b. c. f. 11 ALCOM 016/92. Fleet Telecommunications Procedures. All Command Message COMSEC Mod NWP 3-50. e. b] Nonexecutive [ref. b] Immediate executive [ref. 12] Free net [ref. ch.2 Discuss the following types of communications watches: [ref. Ch. NEETS Module 17--Radio Frequency Communications Principles ACP 125(E).1 NTP 4. Basic Operational Communications Doctrine (CDF/CLF/CIVE) NAVCAMSEASTPAC/WESTPAC Instruction C2000. i. c. 12] Directed net [ref.111 111 NAVAL COMMUNICATIONS FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] [j] [k] [l] 111. 12] Plaindress [ref. Navy Search and Rescue (SAR) Manual UHF MILSATCOM Operator’s Handbook EHF Low Data Rate (LDR) and Medium Data (MDR) System User’s Handbook SHF Defense Satellite Communications System (DSCS) Naval Operators Handbook Define the following: a. j. b] Circuit discipline [ref. Communication Instructions Radiotelephone Procedure NWP 3-56A. d.

111 111. Say again 7. f. including the following: [ref.3 NAVAL COMMUNICATIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the proper procedures in naval voice communications. I spell 13. Correction 6. ch. including use and meaning of prowords Following proword meanings and uses: 1. b. Disregard this transmission 17. Immediate execute 12. Out 15. Wilco 2. c.4 Discuss the usage of daily-changing call signs to include: [ref. Verify Callups/collective callups e. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Normal usage Suppression. Wait/wait out 5. Say again all after/all before/word after/word before 8. Exempt 4. 10] a. Roger 16. d. normal. and irregular ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 48 . Operating rules Five basic parts of transmissions Radio check. b] a. Break 3. b. Figures 9. Over 14. Execute to follow 11. Execute 10.

i. where it is normally guarded. e] TF/TG reporting [ref. ch. AUTOCAT MIDDLEMAN ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 49 . b. q. e. and the use of the net: a. l] EHF [ref. f. 11] Fleet broadcast [ref. e] High command [ref. d. units on the net. f. type of circuit (voice or teletype). 2] a. ch. d. f. n. ch. f. 11] Harbor operations/admin (harbor common) [ref. o. 11] Battle force e-mail [ref. k. TF/TG tactical/warning [ref. c. j.7 Discuss the operation and purpose of the following communications relay systems: [ref. ch. m. 11] Primary ship-to-shore [ref. ch. k] SHF [ref. f. g] Tug control [ref. k] Chat [ref. b. g] Distress frequencies [ref. l] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ref. f. ch. e] C&R nets [ref. NAVCOMPARS NAVMACS CUDIXS ADNS ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 NAVAL COMMUNICATIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the following circuits in terms of usual frequency range. 6] Bridge-to-bridge [ref. d. ch. h. f. ch. f. i. 7] a. l. f. ch. g. 11] Fleet tactical/warning [ref. p. c. 11] Task group operations/admin (TG ORESTES) [ref. j] INMARSAT/POTS [ref. b.111 111.6 Discuss the purpose and functions of the following: [ref.

h] a. c. and a ship's communication frequency plan. advantages. d. ch.8 NAVAL COMMUNICATIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Define the following: [ref. [ref.111 111. c. b. e] TACINTEL [ref. a. TACTERM ANDVT Vinson STU-III/STE ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . e] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . OPTASK COMMS. and disadvantages of the following: a. e] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 50 . limitations. e] TADIXS [ref. SATCOM [ref. ref. ch. 6] OTCIXS [ref. ch. 10.10 Discuss the capabilities. c. c. 15] DAMA [ref. d.9 Discuss the information that may be obtained from OPORDER Annex Kilo. b. e.

speed. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 51 . Nautical slide rule Distance and speed scales Logarithmic time. j. Maneuvering Board Manual Describe the following items and state their use in maneuvering board operations: [ref. d. b] a. e. c.3 Describe the procedures involved in using known components of a vector diagram to determine unknown components.112 112 MANEUVERING BOARD FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] 112. h. f.1 NAVEDTRA 14204. speed) MRM DRM SRM CPA em vector er vector rm vector ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . bearing. m. b. i. b] a. b. time) Relative quantities (distance. bearing. n. Polar coordinate plotting Proportional scaling R ship M ship Relative motion True quantities (distance. Operations Specialist 3 HO Pub No. l. g. c. k. and distance nomograms Polar coordinate plot ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref. speed. d. 217.2 Discuss the following terms and state their interrelationships in maneuvering board operation: [ref.

b] a. a. a.112 112. e. True wind Relative wind Apparent wind Desired wind ew vector rw vector ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 52 .8 Define the following terms and discuss the procedures required to solve them: [ref.5 State the three-minute rule and describe its application to maneuvering board operations. d. c. 11] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. f.7 Discuss the value of proper labeling during extended maneuvering board operations. a. ch. 11] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . e. Advance Transfer Acceleration Deceleration Tactical diameter ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b] a. ch. 11] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. c. ch. [ref. [ref.4 MANEUVERING BOARD FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the following and describe how each should be incorporated into a maneuvering board solution: [ref.6 Discuss the relationship between the maneuvering board plot and the PPI display. b. [ref.

ch. a. 4] Scattering [ref. 2] Improper topside maintenance [ref. i. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 53 . e. I] Frequency [app. ch. and Antennas NAVEDTRA 14189.113 113 RADIO PROPAGATION FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] 113. ch. Atmospheric conditions [ref. ch. d. g. h. f. e. NEETS Module 17--Radio Frequency Communications Principles Define the following: [ref.2 Discuss the effects of the following on radio wave propagation: a. a. a. a. 1] Ionospheric variations [ref. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. b. I] Cycle [app. 2] Absorption [ref. 2] Modulation types [ref. b] a. a. n. 1] Reflection [ref. I] Phase [ch. o. b. Amplitude [app. ch. j. ch. ch.1 NAVEDTRA 14182. I] Wavelength [app. a. 1] Refraction [ref. ch. a. 4] Radio frequency interference [ref. k. 2] Attenuation [ref. d. ch. ch. NEETS Module 10--Intro to Wave Propagation. b. 2] EMI [ref. ch. ch. 2] Terrain [ref. 1] Diffraction [ref. a. b. a. ch. a. c. Transmission Lines. c. b. ch. m. 1] Trapping [ref. l. a. a. 2] Meteorological effects [ref.

g. d. f. 4] a. h. i.3 RADIO PROPAGATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss propagation characteristics and uses in naval communications for each of the following frequency bands: [ref. ELF VLF LF MF HF VHF UHF SHF EHF ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 54 .113 113. e. c. ch. b. b.

b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 55 .114 114 SIGNAL SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] 114. b. ch. b] Emission security [ref. NEETS Module 17--Radio Frequency Communications Principles NAVEDTRA 14308 Operations Specialist. V. EEFI BEADWINDOW reporting ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c. V. b] a.3 Discuss types of disclosures afforded protection by the EEFI list. [ref. Mod. b. b] Authentication [ref. Basic Operational Communications Doctrine (CDF/CLF/CIVE) Voice Operating Procedures Training Manual NAVEDTRA 14189. Mod. b.1 Define the following terms: a. SIGSEC [ref. d. a. ch.4 Discuss the proper BEADWINDOW reporting procedures. d. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 10] Transmission security [ref. Vol.2 Explain the function of the following: [ref. 3] EMCON [ref. 3] Imitative communications deception [ref. ch. f. 3] GINGERBREAD [ref. g. b. e. c.1 NWP 6-01A. ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. [ref.

7 When is authentication mandatory? [ref. c. b.114 114. Authentication [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 56 . b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. [ref. b] NUCO table (LANT)/numeral cipher (PAC) [ref. d.8 Describe the GINGERBREAD procedures. b.5 SIGNAL SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Define the following as applied to COMSEC: [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1] a. Meaconing Intrusion Jamming Interference ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c.6 Discuss the proper use of the following COMSEC aids: a.

01 (Rev. T-AH [ref. a. l. 2. c] LCC [ref. c] CVN [ref. x. Name the propulsion system. a. c] T-AKE [ref. 4. a. Navy Combatant Ships NWP 11-3. B.S. k. 4. c] LHD [ref. Introduction to Tactical Data Digital Information Link J and Quick Reference Guide For the following classes of ships. NAVAL ASSETS FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] NWP 1-11. Characteristics and Capabilities of U. State the aircraft capabilities. 4. c] DD [ref. ch. ch. Describe the different hull types included within each class. ref. ref. f. answer the questions: A. g. c] 57 115.115 115 U. State the primary mission. s. ch. c] LST [ref. ch. 3. y. ch. j. 5. 5. h. A). a. c] ARS [ref. ref. c] AGF [ref. ch. 2. c] AO(J) [ref. c] CG [ref. 4. ref. c] T-AGOS [ref. E. a.S. c] LHA [ref. c] LSD [ref. D. ch. 4. ref. 4. c] DDG [ref.S. a. a. a. ref.1 . ch. ch. c] T-AE [ref. b. c] T-AFS [ref. a. ref. c] MHC [ref. a. ref. ch. ch. 1995-96 (98th Edition) Jane's All the World's Aircraft NWP 6-02. ref. r. Characteristics and Capabilities of U. F. a. c] CV [ref. c] T-AKR [ref. v. ch. w. ref. C. c] LPD [ref. a. a. c] FFG [ref. ch. 3. p. 4. 3.5. ch. n. Ch. ref. c] AS [ref. q. ref. a. 3. ref. Name the associated weapons systems. ref. c] AO [ref. a. o. z. m. c. ch. ref. i. a. e. t. d. State the logistics support capabilities. c] MCM [ref. 1 Jane's Fighting Ships. c] T-AOE [ref. u. Navy Aircraft.

S. b] SH-60 B/F HH-60H Sea Hawk [ref. III] F-15 Eagle [ref. a. n. b] CH-53 Sea Stallion [ref. C. A] RC-135 Rivetjoint [ref. b] MH-53 Sea Dragon [ref. b] E/A-18 G AEA Hornet [ref. Name the associated weapon systems. l. b] CH-46 Sea Knight [ref. h. c. b] S-3 Viking [ref. q. Identify basing (land/sea). e. x. b] AV-8 Harrier [ref. v. A] F-16 Falcon [ref.115 115. f. A] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 58 . r. i. b] E-8 JSTARS [ref. t. app. A] F/A-22 Raptor [ref. b] MH-60R Strike Hawk [ref. b] B-52 Stratofortress [ref. b] C-2 Greyhound [ref. b] E-3 Sentry (AWACS) [ref. d] C-130 Hercules [ref.1 U. e. PC class patrol boat [ref. d] EP-3 Aires [ref. b] AH-1 Sea Cobra [ref. o. b] E-2 Hawkeye [ref. ch.2 For the following types of aircraft and their variants. B. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 115. app. app. u. b] F/A-18 A/B/C/D Hornet [ref. e. e. answer the questions: A. State the primary mission and effective range. c] HSV [ref. app. b] F/A-18 E/F Super Hornet [ref. b] EA-6B Prowler/EF-18 [ref. k. d. p. w. g. ab. m. e. j. s. b. y. F-14 A/B/D Tomcat [ref. e. NAVAL ASSETS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) aa. b] P-3 Orion [ref.

6. SSGN-726-729 Ohio [ref. a. ref. C. c] SSN-21 Seawolf [ref. c] SSN-688 Los Angeles [ref. Name the associated weapon systems. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 59 . 6. a. ch. a. ref. a. NAVAL ASSETS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) For the following classes of submarines. 6. c] SSN-774 Virginia [ref.3 U. d.115 115. B. c] SSBN-730 Henry M. b. ch. answer the questions: A. ch. c. e. ref. State the primary mission. Jackson [ref. Discuss possible secondary missions.S.

A] Misfire [ref. Change 13). 8] Safety cutouts [ref. 8] Automatic gun [ref. ch. 8] Mount [ref. Ambient temperature [ref. h. ch. c. d. c. b. A] Cookoff [ref. ch. Gunner’s Mate NAVSEA OP 3347 (Rev. b. e. c. f. ch. Fixed Separated (semifixed) Ogive Bourrelet Body Rotating band ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 60 . c. i. n. ch. Navy Gun Type Ammunition NAVEDTRA 14324. c. m. c. U. c.2 Describe the following ammunition classes/projectile features: [ref.116 116 NAVAL GUN AND AMMUNITION FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] 116. b.1 NAVSEA SW030-AA-MMO-010 (Rev. e. ch. app. k. Navy Ordnance Safety Precautions NAVSEA SW010-AF-ORD-010. app. app. 6] Turret [ref. Identification of Ammunition Define the following: a. ch. d. 8] Firing cutouts [ref. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . o. j. A] Hangfire [ref. c. 2. g. ch. f. 3] a. A] Hot gun [ref. b. 8] Semiautomatic gun [ref.S. A] Caliber [ref. c. c. 6] Cold gun [ref. c. 8] Dual-purpose gun [ref. ch. app. c. c. l. ch. c. app. 2). ch. c. c. 8] Rapid fire gun [ref.

116 116. ch. l. h. Armor piercing Common VT-RF 1. b. b. i. m. ch. Olive drab Light blue Yellow band Brown band Silver/aluminum band ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . k. e. 2] a. f. j. ch. e. SD 2.4 Discuss the purpose and meaning of naval ammunition color coding. g. Full service Reduced charge Clearing charge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 61 . b. d. b. NSD VT-IR HC HE/MT-PD HE/CVT High fragmentation Illumination White phosphorous VT-NF & MTF-NF BL&P GP (infrared. including the following: [ref. c. b. c. 3] a. a. 3] a.5 Discuss the use and characteristics of the following propelling charges: [ref. n. d. laser) Drill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 NAVAL GUN AND AMMUNITION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the use and characteristics of the following projectiles: [ref. c.

e. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .116 116. ch. d. d. a. c. ch. VT-RF) PDF MTF ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref.8 Discuss the mission of guns in naval warfare.6 NAVAL GUN AND AMMUNITION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the following forces and how they operate ammunition fuzes: [ref. ch. c. b. 4] a.9 Discuss the difference between maximum range and maximum effective range.7 Discuss the use and characteristics of the following fuzes: [ref. b. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 62 . b. BDF ADF Variable-time fuze (VT-IR. ch. Setback Centrifugal force Creep Impact ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 4] a. [ref. a. b.

a. c. a. Fire Controlman.6 (Series). elevation. ch.3 Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using the TWS fire control radar as compared to a continuous wave radar. range rates ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. d. 02-Fire Control Systems and Radar Fundamentals NAVEDTRA 14097.1 NAVEDTRA 14099A. Ship’s Class Tactical Manual Define the following: [ref. e. h. [ref. [ref.117 117 GUNFIRE CONTROL FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] 117. 1] a. f. Fire Control Supervisor NWP 3-20. a. Vol. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 63 .2 State the basic steps involved in solving the fire control problem.4 Explain MK 15 close-in weapon system closed loop tracking/fire control system. g. i. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Line-of-sight Gun target line (line-of-fire) Level Cross-level Sight angle Sight deflection Elevation Parallax Bearing. ch. ch.

b. [ref.117 117. ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 64 .5 GUNFIRE CONTROL FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the circumstances/conditions that indicate a need for battery alignment.

Semiactive homing Active homing Passive homing (RF. c. d.4 Discuss the principles of operation of the following missile guidance systems: [ref.118 118 NAVAL MISSILE FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] 118. a.6 (Series). f. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. IR. Ship’s Class Tactical Manual Define the following: [ref. b] a. c.5 Discuss the tactical employment of the following missiles: [ref. Seeker head Doppler predict ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. HOD) Command guidance ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Discuss the purpose of the DSOT in relation to missile system reliability. b. Sea sparrow VLA Standard missile Hellfire Harpoon Tomahawk 65 . e. HOJ. a. ch. b. b. 9] a. [ref. ch. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1 NAVEDTRA 14324. Gunner's Mate NWP 3-20. d. [ref.3 Discuss the function of the missile guidance system in the missile fire control problem. 9] a.

8 Discuss the dud and misfire procedures for naval missiles. [ref. Sea sparrow VLA Standard missile Hellfire Harpoon Tomahawk Stinger Penguin RAM ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 66 . and radar systems of the missiles listed in 118. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . h.7 Discuss the interface between missiles and gunfire control systems. b] a.5 NAVAL MISSILE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) g. i. launching systems. g. f.5 (above). i.6 Discuss the guidance systems. [ref.9 Discuss the safety hazard associated with fuel exhaust from the following missiles: [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . h. [ref.118 118. Stinger Penguin RAM ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. e. c.

ch. 1] EC/MEC [ref. c. 1 ATP 1(C). 1] SSWC [ref. 1] CSC [ref. c. l. ch. 1] Weapons Tracker [ref. ch. and ADT Operator [ref. c. c. 1] Air Detector Tracker [ref.1 NWP 3-01. Operations Specialist 1 & C NAVEDTRA 14204. Antiair Warfare NWP 3-01. j. g. q. c. 1] Height Size Operator. ch. 1] Air Controllers [ref. c. f. ch. c. c. ch. n. Air Warfare Planning Guide Discuss the function of the following manned watchstations (as appropriate) during AW Conditions I and III on NTDS-equipped ships: a. 1] EW Supervisor [ref. Antiair Warfare Commanders' Manual NAVEDTRA 14202. 1] Identification Operator [ref.119 119 AIR DEFENSE (AD)/ANTISHIP MISSILE DEFENSE (ASMD) FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] 119. d. ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 67 . c. c. ch. o. d. ch. d. 1] Track Supervisor [ref. c. k. 1] TAO [ref. Vol. i. c. ch. ch. ch. ch.01. Commanding Officer [ref. Operations Specialist 3 APP-4 (A). Radar Set Console Operator. 1] CIC Officer [ref. 1] WCO/SWC/AAWC [ref. Vol. c. b. ch. p. Allied Maritime Structured Messages. 1] FCSC/WEC [ref. c. ch. ch. c. c. h. 1] Surface Tracker [ref. e. m. Allied Maritime Tactical Instructions and Procedures. I NAVEDTRA 14203. 1] Intercept Controller [ref. ch. Operations Specialist 2 COMSURFWARDEVGRU TACMEMO A-23010-2-97.10.

2 AIR DEFENSE (AD)/ANTISHIP MISSILE DEFENSE (ASMD) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the responsibilities of the following in an AD/ASMD environment: [ref. g. i. b. e. q. c. [ref. e] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 2] Disposition-of-the-force [ch. h. d. c.119 119. d. 4] a. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 68 . o. 4. g. n. b. Defense in depth [ch. ch. 5] Coordination and control [ch. f. OTC/CWC ADC Alternate Air Defense Coordinator (AC) Sector Antiair Defense Coordinator LADC Missile ships Surface pickets Airborne pickets Air control units Individual ships PIRAZ ship Tomcat Area defense ships Point defense ships ACA CAP/DCA Redcrown/greencrown ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . l. 3] Operational deception [chs.3 Discuss the content of the Navywide AD plan. p. k. j. a] a.4 Discuss the concepts of AD/ASMD to include the following: [ref. m.

e. d. f. a. E] a. a. WARNING RED WARNING YELLOW WARNING WHITE ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 3] CEASE FIRE [ref. d. d. WEAPONS FREE [ref. f. 4] a. Shoot-look-shoot Shoot-shoot-look-shoot ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 5] a.7 Discuss the missile firing policy currently used to include the following: [ref. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. ch. ch. b c. c.5 AIR DEFENSE (AD)/ANTISHIP MISSILE DEFENSE (ASMD) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the following AD/ASMD readiness conditions: [ref. 6] WEAPONS TIGHT [ref. c. a. f. f. 6] BREAK ENGAGE [ref. b. b. f. c. 6] WEAPON SAFE [ref. b. e. ch. ch.119 119. app. ch.8 State the criteria to be met for a contact to be classified as the following: [ref.6 Discuss the firing restrictions inherent in the following weapons orders: a. ch. Unknown Bogey Hostile Friendly Vampire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 69 . ch. 4] HOLD FIRE [ref.

a.12 Discuss the following parameters of operational fleet air-to-air missiles/air-to-surface weapons: [ref. c. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 AIR DEFENSE (AD)/ANTISHIP MISSILE DEFENSE (ASMD) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss RTF/MRR procedures. [ref. given a mix of AD surface platforms. app. a. b. ref.13 Describe the stationing and intercept techniques to optimize the use of fleet aircraft and air-to-air missiles to include the following: [ref. ch. 4] AD screening [ch. 4] Direct support [ch. 4] Surface radar protection [ch. 5.10 Discuss planning factors that must be evaluated prior to stationing AD assets. using (at a minimum) the following concepts: [ref. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. 3. e. a] a. a. 6] a. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 70 . CAP/DCA stations [ch. d. Range Guidance Tracking/engagement advantages or limitations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a] a. C] Deck-launched interceptors and alert conditions [ch. c. b. 4] Missile trap [ch.11 Discuss possible stationing combinations. chs. 2. B] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . app. b. Missile barriers [ch.119 119. ch. [ref.

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___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Discuss the relationships between the following components and subdivisions: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. AW area [ref. a, ch. 2] Surveillance area [ref. a, ch. 3] Destruction area [ref. a, ch. 5] Vital area [ref. a, ch. 2] AW axis/threat axis [ref. a, ch. 2] MEZ [ref. a, ch. 4] FEZ [ref. a, ch. 3] JEZ [ref. a, ch. 3] Missile free area [ref. a, ch. 2] Missile tight zone [ref. a, ch. 4] Crossover zone [ref. a, ch. 4; ref. b, ch. 2] Crossover line [ref. a, ch. 4; ref. b, ch. 2] CAP/DCA corridor [ref. a, ch. 4; ref. b, ch. 2] FADIZ [ref. h, ch. 5] CIEA [ref. a, ch. 3]

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For the items listed below: A. B. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Discuss the function of the R/T circuit. State the essential elements of information required for the reports issued on the R/T circuits. TG/TF command net [ref. a, ch. 4] TG/TF tactical and screen tactical [ref. d, ch. 3] Local AD C&R [ref. a, ch. 4] CAP/DCA control [ref. d, ch. 3] HICOM [ref. c, ch. 4] EW coordination and reporting net [ref. a, ch. 5] AD coordination and reporting net [ref. a, ch. 4] LINK coordination net [ref. a, ch. 4]

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120 120 SURFACE WARFARE (SUW) FUNDAMENTALS
References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] [j] 120.1 NWP 3-20.6 (Series), Ship’s Class Tactical Manual NWP 3-20.1, Antisurface Warfare Commander's Manual NWP 3-56A, Composite Warfare Commander's Manual NWP 3-20.3, Surface Ship Antisurface Warfare Tactics ATP 1(C), Allied Maritime Tactical Instructions and Procedures, Vol. I NAVEDTRA 14202, Operations Specialist 1 & C NWP 3-20.7, Afloat Over-the-Horizon Targeting (OTH-T) and Surveillance NWP 3-03.1E, Tomahawk Land Attack Missile (TLAM C/D) Employment Manual NWP 3-03.2C, Tomahawk Land Attack Missile (TLAM) Launch Platform and Weapons Systems Tactics, UC-1 NWP 3-20.71A, Surface Ship Harpoon Weapon System and Tactics Discuss the functional watchstations manned during SUW operations. [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Define the responsibilities of the following: [ref. a] a. b. c. d. e. Bridge CIC/OTH-T team Weapons control Electronic warfare center TAO

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Define the responsibilities of the following in SUW operations: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. CWC [ref. c, ch. 3] OTC [ref. c, ch. 3] Screen Commander [ref. c, ch. 10] SAG Commander [ref. d, ch. 2] HAG Commander [ref. e] SUWC [ref. c, ch. 6] ASWC [ref. c, ch. 5] STWC and AREC [ref. c, chs. 8, 10] FOTC [ref. c, ch. 10] ECO [ref. c, ch. 10] Sea Combat Commander [ref. c, ch. 6]

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___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 List and discuss the tactical voice communications circuits used in SUW. [ref. b, ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 List and discuss the four phases of SAG operations. [ref. e, ch. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Discuss the importance of EMCON in SUW. [ref. d, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Discuss coordinated surface operations by surface ships, fixed-wing aircraft, and helicopters. [ref. d, ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Discuss responses to the following threats: [ref. f, ch. 3] a. b. c. FPB Swarm Small boat

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Discuss the basic concepts of OTH-T. [ref. g, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Discuss OTH-T methods used by LAMPS MK III. [ref. g, chs. 4, 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 74

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121 121 PROPAGATION OF SOUND IN WATER FUNDAMENTALS
References: [a] [b] [c] [d] 121.1 NWP 3-21.3, Surface Ship Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Principles NWP 3-21.34, Surface Ship Acoustic Prediction Systems and Tactics ATP 28(A), Allied Antisubmarine Warfare Manual ATP 1(C), Allied Maritime Tactical Instructions and Procedures, Vol. I Define the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p. q. r. Positive temperature gradient [ref. c, ch. 2] Negative temperature gradient [ref. c, ch. 2] Isothermal [ref. c, Glossary] Layer [ref. a, app. B] Layer depth [ref. c, ch. 2] Surface duct [ref. c, ch. 2] Attenuation [ref. c, Glossary] Absorption [ref. c, ch. 2] Scattering [ref. c, ch. 2] Reflection [ref. c, ch. 2] Refraction [ref. c, Glossary] Afternoon effect [ref. c, Glossary] Doppler [ref. c, Glossary] Reverberation [ref. a, app. B] Mutual interference [ref. a, ch. 4] Broadband noise [ref. a, app. B] Narrowband noise [ref. a, app. A] Shadow zone [ref. a, app. B]

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Temperature Pressure (density) Salinity Marine life Wind and wave action Currents Afternoon effect Ocean fronts and eddies ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . app. app. e. 2] a. [ref.5 Define the following terms as used in the sonar equations: [ref. b. c. a. a. g. g. Target strength Source level Noise level (ambient/self-noise) Recognition differential Directivity index Propagation loss Signal excess Figure-of-merit ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. e. d.6 Discuss the active and passive sonar equations. b.121 121. f. d. h.3 PROPAGATION OF SOUND IN WATER FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the effects of the following on sound propagation: [ref. ch. A] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 77 . c.4 Discuss the following active and/or passive sound propagation paths: [ref. 2] a. c. CZ Direct path BB Sound channels ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . A] a. f. c. b. ch. b. h.

ch. a. [ref.121 121. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 78 . A] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Discuss the data received from an XBT/BSP drop. [ref. a. b. ch. [ref.9 Discuss the use of shipboard range prediction systems. app.7 PROPAGATION OF SOUND IN WATER FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the use of the active and passive sonar equations in shipboard range prediction.

e.1 NAVEDTRA 14309. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 79 . ch. Integrated Undersea Surveillance Systems Operations NWP 3-21. ch. ch. a. B] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . A] Operating frequencies [ref. app. j. a. a. c. h. 3] Transducer [ref. 3] Sector width [ref. 3] Stern cursor [ref. ch. d. 3] Towed arrays [ref. app. ch. ch. a.2 Discuss the basic principles of operation of surface ship active/passive sonars.4 Discuss the effects of weather and sea state on predicted sonar ranges. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref. l. b. b. app. a. f. 3] Stave [ref. ch. Surface Ship Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Principles Define the following: a. a. b. 3] Sonar dome [ref. app. ch. i. a. 3] Element [ref. ch. a. b. 4. a. ch. A] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. 3] Pulse length [ref. k. g. [ref. ch. b. A] Sector center [ref.122 122 SONAR FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] 122.3 Discuss the effects of the ship's speed on predicted sonar ranges. ch. Sonar consoles [ref. a.3. 3] Baffles [ref. [ref.

9 Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of passive towed arrays versus hull-mounted sonars. h. ch. app. ch. MAD. [ref. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 4] a. i. b. a. ch. Bottom topography Echo quality Echo strength Currents (charted) Wrecks (charted) Other sensors (including lookouts.5 SONAR FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the effects of a sonar contact passing through the baffles. b. b. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . k. f. fathometer. ES) Doppler Target track Intelligence Operator experience Marine life ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref. b. A] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 80 . e.8 Discuss the capabilities and mission of the IUSS. b. [ref.7 Explain how the following factors influence contact classification: [ref. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. radar. j. g. c. [ref. ch.122 122.6 Discuss mutual interference between active surface sonar systems and active/passive systems.

app.10 SONAR FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of active versus passive operations.122 122. ch. b. 2. A] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 81 . [ref.

b.123 123 ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE (ASW) COMMUNICATIONS FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] 123. g. 5] ASW OTH C&R [ref. Tactical Airborne Information Document (TACAID) for ASW Aircraft NWP 6-01. b. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1 NAVEDTRA 14309. e. ch. Submarine Tactical Communications Discuss the function of the following external communication circuits with respect to ASW: a. ch. f.2 Discuss the flow of information and associated watchstations through the following internal communication circuits: [ref. b. Composite Warfare Commander's Manual NWP 3-21. d. 5] ASW air control nets [ref. b. F). b. f.3 (Rev. 13] ASW C&R [ref. b.6 (Series). Ship’s Class Tactical Manual FXP-1 (Rev. Integrated Undersea Surveillance Systems Operations NWP 3-56A. TF/TG tactical [ref.3. e. c. d] a. J). c. Surface Ship Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Principles NWP 3-20. d. 13] Hawklink [ref. Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Exercises NWP 55-2-2 (Rev. ch. ch. 1JS 61JS 8JP 21JS 21MC 29MC IVCS ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 82 . d] SACNETs [ref. A).

f.5 Discuss the safety information that must be passed to a submarine preparing to surface. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . e. app. ch. A] Probe alert [ref.123 123. e. app. b. [ref. Underwater telephone [ref. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . g] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. c. ch. a. ch. ch. [ref. c. e. 3] SUS [ref. C] SLOT buoys/ATAC buoys [ref. a. 5] DLC buoy [ref. e. c. ch. g.3 ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE (ASW) COMMUNICATIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the methods of underwater communications associated with ASW: a. c. A] CW hand-key sonar [ref. ch.4 Discuss surface/subsurface emergency communications and Uncle Joe procedures. [ref. f. ch. e. 3] Smokes and flares [ref. h. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 83 . 10] IACS [ref. app.6 Discuss the procedures used upon contacting unidentified or hostile submarines in Situation One through Situation Six.

ch. h. d. ch. 10] HEC [ref. 5] Screen Commander [ref. i. ch. and manning during ASW operations: [ref. TF/TG Commanders [ref. 10] SAU Commander [ref. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . e. 5] Alternate ASW Commander [ref. c.1 NWP 3-56A. 10] SAC [ref. f. ch. a.124 124 ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE (ASW) ORGANIZATION FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] 124. b. 5] CWC [ref.2 Discuss the following ASW control stations. g. ch. Bridge CIC UBFCS Sonar control LCCS SVTT control station LAMPS ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 (Series). their functions. ch. e. ch. d. ch. a. a. b. c. a. Allied Antisubmarine Warfare Manual NWP 3-20. c] a. a. Composite Warfare Commander's Manual ATP 28(A). f. b. a. b. c] a. Commanding Officer TAO OOD JOOD 84 . a. ch. d.3 Discuss the responsibilities of the following personnel (as applicable) during ASW operations: [ref. Ship’s Class Tactical Manual Discuss the responsibilities of the following commanders in the external ASW organization: a. 3] ASW Commander [ref. g. 10] SEC [ref. b. c.

g. f. ASW Evaluator ASW Fire Control Officer Sonar Supervisor ASTAC Attack console personnel Sonar Operators DRT/DDRT plotters EW Operators Lookouts EOOW SVTT/Launcher Captain ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 85 . l. h. j. o. m.124 124. n. k.3 ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE (ASW) ORGANIZATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) e. i.

f. 5] IRDS/FLIR [ref. 5] ES [ref. e. ch. b. ch. ch. b. 5] Dipping sonar [ref.1-P3. b. b. ch. 1 Discuss the following ASW aircraft sensors: a. DIFAR [ref.125 125 ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE (ASW) AIRCRAFT AND SONOBUOY FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] 125. b. b. b. Visual [ref. ch. P-3C Tactical Manual. ch. b. ch. 5] Radar [ref. Allied Maritime Tactical Instructions and Procedures. 4] DICASS [ref. ch. Allied Antisubmarine Warfare Manual NAVEDTRA 14309. 5] VLADs [ref. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 5] Acoustic processors (AN/SQQ-28) [ref. Glossary] AN/ARR-75 antenna [ref. I NTTP 3-22. 5] MCJR [ref. data links [ref. f. 5] ISAR [ref. ch. 5] MAD [ref. e. ch.2 Discuss the principles of operation and use of the following: a. f. Vol. c. Tactical Airborne Information Document (TACAID) for ASW Aircraft ATP 28(A). d. b. app. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 86 . c. ch. b. Vol. Surface Ship Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Principles ATP 1(C). b. g. d. Integrated Undersea Surveillance Systems Operations NWP 3-21. d. g. b. ch. B] AN/SRQ-4. c.1 NWP 55-2-2 (Rev. h. F).3. b. 6] Sonobuoys [ref.

ch. d.6 Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of ASW aircraft versus surface ships in an ASW environment. a. e. 6] a. P-3 Orion S-3 Viking SH-60R Sea SH-60B Sea Hawk SH-60F Ocean Hawk ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 3] a.5 Define the following ASW aircraft control terms: [ref. c. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . functions. d. ch. e. [ref. classify. and localize submarines.3 ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE (ASW) AIRCRAFT AND SONOBUOY FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the tactical use of sonobuoys to detect. b. sensors. Close Loose Broadcast Positive Advisory ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. [ref. e. d.125 125.4 List the mission. b. ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 87 . c. ch. and weapons of the following in an ASW environment: [ref.

d. Operations Specialist 1 & C COMTHIRDFLT/COMSUBPAC TACNOTE ZZ 1010-1-94. m. Surface Ship Active and Passive Sonar Systems and Tactics NAVEDTRA 14202. a.35. j. Allied Antisubmarine Warfare Manual ATP 1(C). p. o. l. Ship’s Class Tactical Manual Define the following: a. g. b. b. f. Glossary] Ambient noise limited speed [ref. b. b. Glossary] Datum [ref. Glossary] TDZ [ref. Glossary] Limiting lines-of-approach [ref. b. Glossary] Optimum tow speed [ref. q. Swap [ref. 4] Optimum sonar speed [ref. 10] SAU/SAC [ref. b. Surface Ship Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Principles NWP 3-21. Allied Maritime Tactical Instructions and Procedures. c. Coordinated Submarine Manual NWP 3-20. Glossary] Urgent attack [ref. app. 4] Breakpoint speed [ref. ch. ch. i.126 126 ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE (ASW) TACTICS FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] 126. k. c. A] Missile danger area [ref. Glossary] Maximum sonar speed [ref. Glossary] Datum error [ref. b. b.6 (Series). 10] Cavitation speed [ref. n. ch. I NWP 3-21. a. b. Glossary] FOC [ref. Glossary] TDA [ref. a. d. a. b. b.1 ATP 28(A). Glossary] Deliberate attack [ref.3. ch. Glossary] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 88 . e. c. Vol. h.

2] ADC [ref. CERTSUB PROBSUB POSSUB NONSUB Confidence levels ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. c. ch. b. a. 4] Evasive steering/zigzag plans (ATP 3) [ref. b. d. ch. g] LEADS [ref. c. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. 2] Torpedo evasion [ref. b. c. d. 2] Use of unusual topside configurations [ref. c. g] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE (ASW) TACTICS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Define the following classification terms: [ref. e. d. c. e. ch. b. b. c. ch. c. 9] Turn count masking/random speed changes [ref. 4] Prairie and masker [ref. Towed decoys [ref. 4] Noise reduction/quiet ship conditions [ref. c. 2] Degaussing [ref. ch.5 Discuss the following types of ASW screens and how they are used during ASW operations: [ref. ch. ch. b. d. b.4 Discuss the following material countermeasures and how they are used during ASW operations: a. f. e. ch.3 Discuss the following tactical countermeasures used during ASW operations: a. ch. Random patrolling [ref. f. ch. a. 3] a. d. d. 4] a. 4] Broad and narrow weaves [ref. ch.126 126. Sector Skeleton Helo windline Departure and entry ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 89 .

7 Discuss the passive or passive-active decision and the factors involved. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 90 .9 Discuss the method of employment of attack and assist units used during ASW operations using the 14 AS cordon search and attack plan.6 ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE (ASW) TACTICS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the sound propagation considerations involved in an open ocean search for submarines. app.12 Discuss TMA and its application to passive sonar. e.11 Discuss the following tactical and procedural instructions used for ships/SAUs operating-against-enemy submarines: a. ch. d. 6] Construction of torpedo danger areas [ref. b. [ref. A] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 6] Plans red and black [ref. b. [ref. e. ch. Estimating datum [ref. ch. ch. including search procedures for passive and active sonar systems. b. f. [ref. a. ch. [ref. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c. ch. 9] Approach tactics [ref. a. d. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c. [ref.10 Discuss under what conditions urgent and deliberate ASW attacks should be conducted. b. a. ch.8 Discuss the role of passive ships in ASW screen. e. b. ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. e. 9] Construction of farthest on circles [ref. 6] Attack-and-assist ship responsibilities [ref. ch. to include time-sharing patterns. 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref. ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .126 126.

16 Discuss the tactical considerations of and reasons for WSM and PMI. l. ch. c. h. b. i. d. f. a. [ref. SUBOPAUTH Shore targeting terminal JTAA SPA SAA ASWFA SOCA Stovepipe TAPA SGSA NOTACK Dog box ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 91 . e. F] a. f. Annex 1 thru app. 6. c. ch. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . g.13 ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE (ASW) TACTICS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Describe the sequence of events in an ASW DTE evolution. ch. d. 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref. [ref. f. [ref. k. 1.17 Explain the difference between direct and associated support. chs.126 126.14 Briefly discuss the employment of SSNs in area operations. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . j. [ref. ch. f.15 Discuss the concept of ASW defense in depth. ch.18 Define the following terms: [ref.

OTC/IWC SEWC EW control ship ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 92 . including the method of classification of emitters by band type. 1] C3CM [ref. 6 State the objectives of EW. No. f. app. c] SIGINT [ref. ch. e. d. 1] Deception [ref. ch. 1] MIJI [ref. 2] a. Electronic Warfare Coordination NAVEDTRA 14095. ch. ref. 1.3 Discuss radio frequency bands. c. a. [ref. b. a. H] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. ref. g. 1] EMCON [ref. a.2 Define the following: a. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Electronics Warfare Technician 1 & C CJCS MOP 6. h. [ref. ch. ch.13.127 127 ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW) FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] 127.4 Discuss the responsibilities of the following in EW: [ref. ref.1 NWP 3-13. ch. a. c. ch. c] EA [ref. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. b. a. ch. a. a. 1. 1.1. a. a. c] EP [ref. b. EW support [ref. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Memorandum of Policy. a.

9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 8. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. ch. b. a.5 ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the functions of shipboard EW watchstanders. Mission Threat Avoiding detection Avoid targeting ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 93 .7 Discuss the shipboard EMCON bill and how it is used in setting and maintaining a prescribed EMCON condition.6 Describe the circumstances under which EMCON may be broken. chs.8 Discuss EMCON planning factors to include the following: [ref. 9] a. ch. [ref. d. c. a. a. ch. [ref. [ref. 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .127 127.

4] Volcano report [ch. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Memorandum of Policy. 4] Duffer [ch. 4] Vampire report [ch. 4] Rent report [ch.3 Define the following: [ref. app. b. 6] Racket report [ch. app. ch.2-01. f. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Intercept assignments [ch. a] a. e. No. j. 6] HULTEC [ch. and associated platform: a. 1] PRF [ref. Electronics Warfare Technician 3 & 2 CJCS MOP 6. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 6 TACMEMO 3-15. [ref. type of radar. f. a. 4] Emergency racket report [ch.2 Discuss the phases of ES and the primary method of carrying out these phases. H] Frequency agility [ref. app. c. [ref. ch. h.128 128 ELECTRONIC SUPPORT (ES) FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] 128. H] Pulse width [ref. 6. H] 94 . 4] Trout report [ch. c. Frequency [ref. ch.1. Surface Ship Electronic Attack Discuss the objectives of ES. b. g.1 NWP 3-13. d.13. a. a. a. H] Scan type/scan rate [ref. a. b. H] Modulation [ref. e. ref. 1. 6] Guardship responsibilities [ch. app. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. a. a. ref. Electronic Warfare Coordination NAVEDTRA 14096.4 Discuss the following radar characteristics used by the ES Operator to determine probable function. app. i.

ch. c. H] Palmer [ref. a. I] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 95 . 3] TWSRO [ref. ch. l. app. ref. e. b. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. 3] Raster [ref. b. b. h. H. d. app.5 Discuss the following search and fire control radar scan techniques and their significance in ES intercept search as related to own ship and Navy aircraft: a. app. a. 3] Sector [ref. a.128 128. b. ch. 3] Helical [ref. H] Spiral [ref. f. b. ref. i. Circular [ref. Doppler [ref. app. H] COSRO [ref. ref. c. b. 3] Phased array [ref. a. 3] Conical [ref.4 ELECTRONIC SUPPORT (ES) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) g. a. 3] Monopulse [ref. ch. b. h. app. sec. H. H] TWS [ref. I] WARM [ref. j. g. H. ch. app. ch. ch. a. b. app. app. k. b.

e] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. Electronics Warfare Technician 1 & C NAVEDTRA 14096. ref. app.3 Discuss shipboard procedures for launching EW expendables.2-01. 6. Surface Ship Electronic Attack Discuss the objectives of EA: a. app. a. 5. Electronic Warfare Coordination NAVEDTRA 14095. a.1. No. ch. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Memorandum of Policy. I.2 Discuss the following EA devices: a. ref. ref. e] 2. c. a. e] Mechanical decoys [ref. ch. Radar [ref. ch. 5.1. ch. 6. 6 TACMEMO 3-51. 6. ref. a. b. ref. Electronic noise jammers [ref. b. Navy Operational Deception and Counter-Deception CJCS MOP 6. e] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . e] 1. a. c.1 NWP 3-13. ch. Jamming [ref. a. [ref. a. f] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 96 .13. e] Burn through range [ref. ref. ch. Electronics Warfare Technician 3 & 2 NWP 3-58. I/R [ref. ref. e] Deception [ref. 6. E. ref. 6. ref. a. ref. e] Mechanical jammers [ref. e] Electronic deception repeaters [ref. ch. a. 5. ch. ch. c. 6.129 129 ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] 129.

e. 5] Swept square wave [ref.7 Discuss the role of the Fleet Information Warfare Center. ch. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 97 . [ref. c. a. g. d. ch. k. c. Spot jamming [ref. f] a. 7] Frequency search and lock jamming [ref. b. ch. f] Seduction [ref. b. ch. c. f] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Discuss the tactical use of AN/SLQ-49 (rubber ducks). 7] On-target (self-screening) jamming [ref. c. f. c. i. c. ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . n. b. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Discuss the following EA techniques: a. a. c. ch.4 ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the use of EW expendables in the following modes: [ref. h. d. 7] Inverse gain [ref. ch. f] Distraction [ref. a. ch. ref. 5] Swept audio [ref. ch.129 129. ch. b. m. 5] CTTG [ref. [ref. ch. b.5 Discuss the techniques of C3CM. b. CTTG Distraction Seduction ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 6. b. ch. ch. l. 7] Off-target (standoff) jamming [ref. b. j. 7] Barrage jamming [ref. 5] False target generator [ref. 7] Sweep jamming [ref. 5] Range gate pulloff [ref. ch. ch. [ref.

129 129. chs. b. Annex 1 thru app. f.9 ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Explain the difference between direct and associated support. [ref. 6. d. ch. c. f. SUBOPAUTH Shore targeting terminal JTAA SPA SAA USWFA ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 98 . f. 1. e. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . F] a.10 Define the following terms: [ref.

c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ref. a. Electronic Warfare Coordination TACMEMO 3-51.1. ch. 1. Electronics Warfare Technician 3 & 2 NWP 3-13. a. b. EMCON [ref. ref. a. b. Antijam measures Antideception measures Procedures for radio operators ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c] Operator training/techniques [ref.13. c. a. a. ch. ch.1. c] System techniques [ref. ref. ch.1. ref. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1.1. Surface Ship Electronic Attack Discuss the following EP techniques: a.1. ch. ch. a.1 NAVEDTRA 14096.1. c] Frequency diversity and agility [ref. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 99 . b. [ref. a. [ref.130 130 ELECTRONIC PROTECTION (EP) FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] 130.5 Discuss the importance of operator training in the use of EP techniques. [ref. c] a. c.4 Discuss the limitations in the use of EP techniques. d. ch.2-01.1. ref. ref.3 Discuss the three categories of EP antijam circuits. ref.2 Discuss EP in terms of the following: [ref. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ref. ch.

[ref. a. 1. 3] a.1 NWP 3-58.131 131 MILITARY DECEPTION (MILDEC) FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] 131. ref. a. ch.1. ref. 1. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ref. a. c. a. b. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Memorandum of Policy. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. [ref. [ref. app. and ship support requirements. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 100 .4 Briefly discuss the MILDEC equipment installable aboard ship. Physical Technical Administrative ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . No. ch.3 Discuss the following deception methods: [ref. ch. 30 Discuss the purpose of MILDEC.2 Discuss the role of the FIWC in MILDEC. their capabilities. Navy Operational Deception and Counter-Deception CJCS MOP 30. [ref. B. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Discuss counterdeception. a.

2. I NWP 3-15. MIWC [ref. Mine Warfare Principles.5. c. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . e. b. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Discuss the MCM Triad. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . their functions. a.1 ATP 6(B).3 Discuss the responsibilities of the following commanders in the MIW organization: a. d] a. 3] MCMC [ref.132 132 MINE WARFARE (MIW) ORGANIZATION FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] 132. MCS MEDAL/MCM organic system Post mission analysis center ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 101 . c] Mine Counter Measure Squadron Commander [ref.4 Discuss the following MIW control stations. b. b. and manning during MIW operations: [refs. ch. Vol. b. ch. Organic Mine Countermeasures (OMCM) MIW CONOPS Ship’s Combat Systems Doctrine (Class Specific) NWP 3-15. [ref. ch. Mine Countermeasures Operations Discuss the MIW Family Tree. ch. c. c. [ref.

132 132 . g. h. d.5 MINE WARFARE (MIW) ORGANIZATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the responsibilities of the following personnel (as applicable) during MIW operations: [ref. f. j. e. k. TAO Mine Countermeasure TAO/Evaluator OOD JOOD Sonar Supervisor MNV Pilot RMS Supervisor MEDAL Operator DRT/DDRT Plotter Quartermaster Lookouts ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 102 . i. d] a. c. b.

Mining Operations NWP 3-10 (Rev.42 (Rev. Tactical 2. 1] 1. Naval Coastal Defense Doctrine NWP 3-15. Ground 3. 1] 1. Influence 3. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 103 . Physical position and purpose of the field [ch. Antisubmarine b. 1] 1. Minefield Planning Discuss the use and classification of mines in coastal. B). ch. Moored 2. Offensive 3. Controlled Method of laying [ref. Position underwater [ref. Drifting Method of actuation [ref. and deep water areas: a. Surface ship 3. Vol. A). Strategic Special purpose [ch. ch. Defensive 2. I NWP 27-4. b. ch. c. inland. Closure 2. a. Protective Relation to other military operations [ch. Contact 2. Dummy 3.1 ATP 6(B). c. Aircraft 2. Submarine b. a] a.133 133 MINING FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] 133. 5] 1.2 Discuss the types of mining operations and mine fields in the following terms: [ref. Nuisance 4. Mine Warfare Principles. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 1] 1. b. 5] 1.

f.3 MINING FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the actuation principles of the following types of influence mine mechanisms: [ref. ch. ch. Magnetic Acoustic Pressure Seismic Combination UEP ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . e. b.4 Discuss how the following relates to target selection: [ref. a. c. b. 2] a. ch. Comb ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 2] a. Masker 3. Curved 2.5 Discuss the following mine laying patterns: [ref. Degaussing 2. 4] a. Prairie 2. Barrage 2.133 133. Flash deperming Acoustic silencing 1. c. Quiet ship bill 104 b. Firing mechanism sensitivities Arming delays Ship counters ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Annex 1A] a.6 Discuss the impact of the following self-protection systems/measures on mine performance: [ref. a. d. a. Single mine line 1. a. b. . HUB 4. Magnetic silencing 1. Angular Multiple mine lines 1. Deperming 3.

b. d. A] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Discuss the UMPM Program. C] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 105 .6 MINING FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) c. [ref. app. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .S. c. d. uses. app. d. [ref. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. and laying platforms of U.7 Discuss the capabilities.133 133. [ref. Speed Electronic countermeasures ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Discuss the distinction between mining and mine countermeasures. mines. ch. [ref.8 Discuss the impact of environmental conditions on mining.

12] 2. 4] a. ch. Mine Warfare SAIC MEDAL Operators Handbook MIW CONOPS COMINEWARCOM TACMEMO 3-15. 13] Channel conditioning/route survey [ref. Vol. a. ch. II ATP 24(C). ch. ch. I NWP 3-15. 11] Mine sweeping [ref. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Magnetic [ref. 13] 3. Tactical Applications of Bottom Mapping Discuss the following methods of mine countermeasures and their associated platforms: a. ch. k. a. II ATP 6(C). a. Mine Warfare Principles. 13] 4. a. Vol. a. ch. Mine neutralization [ref. c. a. Vol.41. Vol. a. Acoustic [ref.11-02. a. a.21. b. f. 3] 1. Pressure [ref.2. a. a. ch. ch. Mine Countermeasures Operations ATP 1(C). 4] Precursor operations [ref. Mine Countermeasures Operations Planning and Evaluation. 10] 3. ch.1 NTTP 3-15. 10. Combination [ref. 1] 5. ch. e. ch 3] b. Surface Mine Countermeasures Operations (SMCM) ATP 6(B). Mine detection [ref. d. ch. ch. Mine Countermeasures Tactics and Execution. 12] Change-detect [ref. 1] 2. Allied Maritime Tactical Signal and Maneuvering Book. chs. a. Mine watching [ref. Mine Countermeasures Planning and Procedures (General Instructions) NWP 3-15. I NWP 3-15. Mechanical [ref.134 134 MINE COUNTERMEASURE FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] [j] [k] 134. 1] 1. GPS Precise navigation buoys ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 106 .2 Discuss the following types of minefield navigation methods and the equipment associated with each: [ref. Mine hunting [ref.

ch. l. NWP definition ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 107 . c.5 Discuss the two components of bottom type: [ref. 6] a. Bottom category Clutter category 1. g. Water depth Bottom topography Bottom composition Magnetic sweeping environment Acoustic sweeping environment Tides Tidal streams and currents Wind Operational minehunting clutter MILEC MILCO NOMBO Underwater visibility ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . j. 11] a.3 MINE COUNTERMEASURE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the role of the following MCM assets in mine countermeasures. e. f. ch. b. EOD teams Naval special clearance team one MHC-51 Osprey class MCM-1 Avenger class MH-53 Sea Dragon MH-60 Night Hawk RMS LMRS ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ATP definition 2. h. b. b. c. 6] a. [ref. d. f.134 134. m. c. e. d. i. h. g. ch. g. k.4 Discuss the impact of environmental conditions on mine countermeasures: [ref. a.

c.8 Define the following terms: a. h. f. d. ch. c. f. f.134 134. ch. 1] MTA [ref. ch. c. c. d. d. Traffic risk [ref. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . f. g. b. ch. ch. c.6 MINE COUNTERMEASURE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the principle of operation of mine counter-countermeasures. 5] MCMV risk [ref. Reconnaissance objective Exploratory objective Clearance objective Attrition objective Breakthrough objective ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 108 . 4] a. b. ch. e. e. c. b. c. ch. 1] CL [ref. ch. d. 2] Task cycle [ref. ch. 1] MDA [ref.7 Discuss self-protective measures for ships against the following mine types: [ref. j] Integrated minehunting operations [ref. [ref. ch.9 Discuss the different types of MCM objectives: [ref. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . f. b. 7] a. 5] Percentage clearance (P) [ref. Moored contact mines Moored influence mines Ground mines Drifting mines ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

f. f. n. o. c. c. g. g] a.10 MINE COUNTERMEASURE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the following MCM planning parameters: a. 3] Number of runs per track (J) [chs. f. d. ch. c.12 Discuss the following minehunting terminology: [ref. l. b. 10. h. 1. ch. p. ch. c. ch. f. ch. Track spacing (D) [ch. 3] Characteristic actuation/sweep path/detection width (A) [ref. ref. f. ch. 10. e.11 Discuss the following MCM tactical definitions: [ref. c. c. d. b. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ref.134 134. b. j. i. 1. 3] Characteristic actuation/sweep path/detection probability (B) [ref. 13] Channel width (C) [chs. 7] a. Detect Classify Minelike Nonminelike Identify Mine Nonmine Locate Plot Mark Dispose Countermine Neutralize Render safe Recover Remove ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 109 . 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . k. Aggregate actuation/sweep path/detection width (W) [ref. m. ch. 3] Fraction of undetectable mines [ref.

e.16 Discuss MEDAL.134 134. [ref. [ref. i] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17 Discuss the advantages/disadvantages of surface mine countermeasures platforms and airborne mine countermeasures platforms. MW 124 MW 125 MW 127 MW 128 MW 129 MW 130 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 12] a. ch. [ref. [ref. 26. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 110 . ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b.18 Discuss the integration of airborne and surface mine countermeasures in a combined hunting/sweeping operation. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c. [ref. e. d.14 Discuss force protection for MCM assets conducting MCM operations. ch. d. f. b. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. f. ref.15 Discuss the development of geometry of operational areas in consideration of MCM operations. ch. c. ch. h.13 MINE COUNTERMEASURE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the purpose of the following MCM reports: [ref.

2] RLT [ref. b. g. ch. e.1T. f. 1] Inshore undersea warfare group [ref. ch. Ship-to-Shore Movement Joint Pub 3-02. a. ch. 2] CLF [ref. ch. b. C). 2] Landing force [ref. ch. c. a. ch.2 Discuss the responsibilities and composition of the following amphibious task organization elements: a. b. 2] Transport group [ref. 2] ANGLICO [ref. ch. 2] Support carrier group [ref. [ref. 2] BLT [ref. 2] MSSG [ref. ch. a. k. c. d. during the planning and execution stages of amphibious operations.11M. 2] FSSG [ref.1. ch. b. b. ch. ch. m. a. v. 2] Tactical air control group [ref. b. t. ch. ch.135 135 AMPHIBIOUS TASK FORCE/TASK GROUP ORGANIZATION FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] 135. a. n. ch. a. 1] CSSE [ref. b. ch. 2] Control group [ref. ch. ch. s. 2] Tactical deception group [ref. 2] MEB [ref. ch. d. 2] Fire support group [ref. a. w. b. 2] Screening group [ref. a. ch. a. 2] Naval beach group [ref. ch. l. a. c. Joint Doctrine for Landing Force Operations Fleet ESG CONOP Discuss the command relationships between the CATF and the CLF. r. u. 2] MEF [ref. ch. CATF [ref. Joint Doctrine for Amphibious Operations NWP 22-5 (Rev. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. 4] MEU [ref. The Naval Beach Group NWP 3-09.1 NWP 3-02. a. h. a. 2] MIW group [ref. ch. p. 2] ATF [ref. ch. i. a. a. ch. 1] 111 . q. j. x. o. Supporting Arms in Amphibious Operations Joint Pub 3-02. 2] ACE [ref. b.

e. ch. b. e. ch. z. ch. g. 2] ESG [ref. 5] SACC [ref. a. a. i. ch. f. ch.135 135. 4] SCS [ref. n. LCS [ref. ch. 4] BGC [ref. ch. MAGTF [ref. a. ch. 4] BWC [ref. ch. f] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 16] TACLOG group [ref. c. 4] PCS [ref. 4] WGO [ref. a. b. a. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 112 . ch. 5] HLSC [ref. m. ch. a. 4] ABGC [ref. a. k. 5] CCO [ref. a.3 AMPHIBIOUS TASK FORCE (T/F)/TASK GROUP (T/G) ORGANIZATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) y.4 Discuss the responsibilities and composition of the following elements of the control organization for ship-to-shore movement: a. 4] TACC [ref. 5] HDC [ref. a. a. a. ch. h. ch. ch. b. j. l.

a] a. ch. ch. c. b. b. 15. ch. ch. D-day [ref. Ship-to-Shore Movement NWP 22-4 (Rev. 4] CCA [ref. c. b. 4] L-hour [ref. 4] H-hour [ref. b. Underwater Demolition Teams in Amphibious Operations ATP 8(A). 4] Boat lanes [ref. 4] Boat group [ref. ch. c. e. b. b.1. g. 2] SUROB report [ref. ch. 4] Rendezvous area [ref.2 Discuss the missions of amphibious warfare and the sequence of events of each of the following types of amphibious operations: [ref. b.3 Discuss the following terms associated with ship-to-shore movement: a. ch. 4] Hydrographic reconnaissance [ref. h. 16] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 4] 113 . 16] a. b. b. ch. ch. b. Amphibious demonstration Amphibious withdrawal Amphibious raid ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. B). 11] Movement to objective area [ch. d.136 136 AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE OPERATIONS FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] 136. ch. j. ch. Doctrine for Amphibious Operations Describe the sequence of events for the following phases of assault operations: [ref. i. Embarkation [ch. c. c. 4] Boat wave [ref. 4] LOD [ref. e. 3] Rehearsal [ch. k. d. ch. 14] Planning [ch. 12] Preassault/assault operations [chs. b. a. Joint Doctrine for Amphibious Operations NWP 3-02.1 Joint Pub 3-02. f.

d. 3] LZ [ref.6 Describe the sequence of operations from arrival in the AOA on D-day to the landing of the landing force. ch. c. f. 2A] Landing area [ref. c. ch. [ref. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 114 . [ref. b. m. ch. ch. a. e.5 Describe the protective measures that must be taken in the AOA. g. b. [ref. ch. ch. 4] Inner/outer SEA [ref. d. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. i. AOA [ref. b. 4] CLZ [ref. b. 3] Inner/outer transport area [ref. d. and how they are employed in amphibious warfare.136 136. b. b. a. app. ch. d. b. CCP [ref. b. to minimize disruptions and damage to the amphibious forces.3 AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE OPERATIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) l. 3] Beachhead [ref. 15] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Discuss the following terms associated with amphibious operations: a. j. ch. ch. 4] BLS [ref. 4] Launch corridor [ref. ch. ch. a. ch. 3] Landing beach [ref. a. ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. including the sea echelon plan. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . h. [ref. types of aircraft used. ch.7 Discuss the role of the EOD and SEAL teams in amphibious operations.8 Discuss the tactic of vertical envelopment. 3] FSA [ref.

d. [ref. d.9 AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE OPERATIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the missions and functions of the supporting CVBG aircraft and the organic ATF aircraft. [ref.10 Discuss the difference between combat and administrative loading. ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. 12] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 115 .136 136.

137 137 AMPHIBIOUS LANDING CRAFT FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] 137. i. A] LCU [ref.1. range. ch. ch. f. j. 1] AAVR-7 [ref. A] CRRC [ref. ch. c. b] a. 1. c. d. ch. and responsibilities during the assault phase of amphibious operations: [ref. c. maximum speed. c. h. discuss their mission.S. A] LCPL [ref. app. app. C). LCC LHA LHD LPD-4/LPD-17 LSD ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. A] AAVP-7 [ref. d. a. mission. ch. d. c. Amphibious Operations Ship-to-Shore Movement Jane's Fighting Ships. 1] AAVC-7 [ref. b. f. and amphibious capability). b. A] LCAC [ref. Ship-to-Shore Movement NWP 65-0-1. Navy Combatant Ships For the amphibious ships listed below. e. RHIBs [ref. g. d.1 ATP 36(A). c. app. e] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 116 . app. 1] LARC [ref. and capacity to carry troops and/or equipment for the landing craft listed below: a.2 State the characteristics (propulsion. ref. Characteristics and Capabilities of U. basic characteristics. 1995-96 (98th Edition) NWP 22-5 (Rev. The Naval Beach Group NWP 3-02. 1] LCM-8 [ref. c. d. app.

e.1 ATP 4(E).138 138 NAVAL SURFACE FIRE SUPPORT (NSFS) FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] 138. ch. b. ch.2 Discuss the purpose of the UTM grid system and its application to NSFS. Gunner’s Mate Discuss and classify NSFS missions in terms of the following: [ref. Supporting Arms in Amphibious Operations NAVEDTRA 14203. ch. c. Effect Tactical use Degree of prearrangement Type-of-fire Technique of delivery ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b.4 Discuss the communication between the spotter and the supporting ship.3 Discuss the duties and responsibilities of airborne or shore-based spotters. Operations Specialist 2 NAVEDTRA 14324. [ref. b. c. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 117 . ch. 2] a. d. Allied Naval Gunfire Support NWP 3-09.11M. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref. a. [ref.

n. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 118 . Deviation Range Height of burst ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . f. d. a. e. ch. B] a. d. 5"/54 MK 45 5"/62 MK 45 76 mm/62 MK 75 MK 86 FCS MK 92 FCS ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b.6 Define the following terms: [ref. Slow fire Rapid fire Salvo Rapid salvo fire Rapid continuous fire MPI Pattern Dispersion Apparent mean dispersion Fire mean dispersion Hitting space Danger space Straddle Error of MPI ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . h. c. c. [ref. e. 11] a. b.8 Describe the use of the grid spot converter. g. b. k.5 NAVAL SURFACE FIRE SUPPORT (NSFS) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the following guns and gunfire control systems in NSFS: [ref. b. j. app. l.7 Discuss the following spotting techniques: [ref. ch. ch. i. d. c. c. m.138 138. 2] a.

3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 119 . Diesel and nuclear submarines Naval surface platforms Sea and land based aircraft Fast patrol boats ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 12] a. Russia People's Republic of China North Korea Libya Iran Cuba India Vietnam Other countries (as applicable) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c. a] a. h. e. ch. d. c. b.1. b. f.139 139 NAVAL THREAT FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] 139. i.2 Discuss the threat associated with platforms used by the following countries: [ref. g. c.4 Discuss the threat assessment associated with antiterrorism/force protection measures.11. ch. Tactical Action Officer Handbook NWP 3-56A.2. d. b. Composite Warfare Commander's Manual NTTP 3-07.1 NWP 1-10. Antiterrorism/Force Protection Discuss the general threat associated with the following platform types to include missions and weapons capabilities: [ref. ch. b. 12] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref.3 Discuss the intelligence cycle and its application to determining a threat in a warfare environment. [ref.

General [ref. a] Radiac [ref. 10] Anemometer/synchro repeater [ref. 6] 6.31. Security (FZ alarms) [ref. j. Quartermaster NAVEDTRA 14067. 11] Clinometer [ref. b. 16] Barometer [ref. Practical Damage Control (NSTM Ch. Cease fire alarm [ref. c. a] Automatic whistle timer [ref. Collision [ref. ch. f.79. c. ch.1 Ship's Information Book (SIB) NTTP 3-20.8] 4. 079-37. ch. e.8] 2. S9086-CN-STM-020/CH-079V2R2) NAVEDTRA 14338. d. h. 079-37. c. r. Chemical [ref. c. Seaman Manufacturer’s Technical Manual Discuss the purpose of the following bridge equipment: a. Vol. ch. Summary fire alarm [ref. ch. Weapons magazine alarms [ref. c. b. Gyrocompass alarm [ref. a] Ship's whistle and OOD remote switch [ref. a] 5. a] 9. m. 10] Radar repeater [ref. a] 11. 16] Status boards [ref. c. l. g. Ship's alarms: 1. 8] Gyrocompass repeaters [ref. a] NTDS console [ref. ch. 10] Psychrometer [ref. c. k. 079-37. 11] Fathometer remote indicator [ref. a] Pitch indicators [ref. Halon system alarm [ref. ch.8] 3. 11] Shaft rpm indicators [ref. ch.140 140 BRIDGE EQUIPMENT FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] 140. ch. b. ch. i. Ship's control console [ref. . ch. a] Magnetic compass [ref. a] 14. p. n. d. q. Missile firing warning circuit alarm [ref. 2. b. s. a] 120 b. a] 12. o.1.1. a] 7. a] 13. 2] Countermeasure washdown [ref. ch. a] Navigational/task light panels [ref. ch. a] 8. a] 10. Ship's inertial navigation system alarm [ref. b. 079. c. ch. c. a] Radio circuits/remote units [ref.1. Steering casualty alarm [ref. Flight deck crash alarm [ref.

aa. a] Rudder angle indicator [ref. ch. a] CCTV [ref.140 140. a] Windshield wiper control panel [refs. e] IPDS/CAPDS [ref. a. 2] Voice tubes and call buzzers [ref. y.1 BRIDGE EQUIPMENT FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) t. ab. a] Electrical power distribution panels [ref. b. e] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 121 . x. a] Electronic chart display [ref. v. u. ch. ac. 21] Emergency destruction equipment [ref. w. a] Chaff launching panel/controls [ref. z. Degaussing remote indicator panel [ref. c.

a.S. ch. a. ch. and relationships with the OOD.2 Discuss the assigned duties. 4] Lookouts [ref. a. r. h. 4] HCO [ref. 4] Helmsman [ref. g. s. 14th Edition NAVMED P-5010-010-LP-207-1300. a. ch. 4] CSOOW [ref. to include required reports and conduct of the watch in general. 3] CDO [ref. a. q. d. 4] Embarked Commander [ref. 4] Boatswain's Mate of the Watch [ref. ch. a. ch. 3] TAO [ref. ch. a. Helicopter Operating Procedures for Air Capable Ships Describe the underway bridge watch organization.32C (Change 5). Commanding Officer [ref. 3] JOOD/JOOW [ref. a. e. ch. 3] Communications Watch Officer [ref. of the following personnel: a. ch. ch. ch. responsibilities. a. b. a. ch. j. a. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 122 . 4] Navigator [ref. k. 4] CICWO [ref. 4] LSO [ref. ch. i. o. ch. 3] Executive Officer [ref.1M. t. Standard Organization and Regulations Manual of the U. u. a. f. a. v. 3] Damage Control Watch Officer [ref. c. 4] QMOW [ref. ch. n. a. m. a.141 141 UNDERWAY BRIDGE WATCH FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] 141. 4] Lee Helmsman [ref. a. p. a. l. a. ch. 4] Aftersteering Watch [ref. a. ch. ch. [ref. Manual of Naval Preventive Medicine NWP-3-04. ch. a. 4] EOOW [ref. ch. d. ch. Navy (SORM) Watch Officer's Guide (Stavridis). ch. a. 4] Messenger [ref. 4] Senior Watch Officer [ref. a.1 OPNAVINST 3120.

a. Proper protective clothing 2. Deck Conn ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 123 .4 Discuss the information available on the bridge and in CIC that the oncoming OOD should be familiar with prior to relieving the watch to include: [ref. c. Tactical Navigational Internal shipboard Communications ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .141 141. ch. Night vision Required equipment 1. including the following: [ref. Flashlight with red lens 3. d. 4] a. b.5 Discuss the verbal exchange required as part of the OOD relieving process. 5] a. ch. ch. Physical alertness 1. 5] a. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c.3 UNDERWAY BRIDGE WATCH FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the following physical preparations required of bridge watchstanders prior to relieving the watch: [ref. Fatigue 2. b. b. Illness/effects of prescribed drugs 3. Binoculars Personal appearance b. b.

8 Discuss the contents of the following special evolutions checkoff lists: [ref. e. ch. Forehandedness Vigilance Judgment Leadership Technical knowledge Tactical knowledge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. [ref. b. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c. E] a. D. f. ch. d.7 Discuss the need and format of deck log entries. a. h. f. ch.9 Discuss environmental conditions and their effect on shipboard personnel. sec. 9. 1] a.6 UNDERWAY BRIDGE WATCH FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the following as applied to proper watchstanding underway: [ref. c. apps. VI] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 124 . c. Underway Entering port Low visibility Flight quarters CONREP Anchoring Swept channel Man overboard ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .141 141. d. [ref. e. g. b. b.

12 Discuss the circumstances that result in an order to fly the ensign at half-mast. b. [ref.11 Discuss dipping the ensign while underway. c. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 125 . When rendered Procedure Control/coordination Communication ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 UNDERWAY BRIDGE WATCH FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss passing honors to include the following: [ref. b. 12] a. b. ch.141 141. ch. b. [ref. ch. d. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

ch. app. h. l. m. 1981 Define the following terms as applied to ground tackle: [ref. e. 3] Heaving line [ref. k. b] Marlinespike [ref. 2] 126 . ch. j. h. a. i. AI] Bitter end [ref. 3] Flemish [ref. g. a.1 NAVEDTRA 14067. a. ch. 2 NAVEDTRA 14343. Boatswain’s Mate Ship's Information Book (SIB) Seamanship Fundamentals for the Deck Officer (Dodge and Kyriss). 3] Fid [ref. a. ch.142 142 DECK SEAMANSHIP FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] 142. m. b] Long splice [ref. b. 4] a. k. d. 3] Coil [ref. c. 2] Rattail stopper [ref. b] Short splice [ref. b. f. Bitts Chock Cleat Bull nose Hawse pipe Chain pipe Anchor Chain stopper Pelican hook Turnbuckle Anchor windlass Gypsy head Capstan Wildcat Bollard ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. app. d. AI] Eye [ref. c.2 Define the following terms as applied to Marlinespike seamanship: a. Seaman NSTM S9086-UU-STM-010/CH-613. g. a. l. f. 2] Eye splice [ref. a. AI] Monkey fist [ref. c. Wire Rope and Rigging. ch. app. n. Bight [ref. c. ch. c. ch. Sec. o. a. j. i. e. ch.

7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . app.g. q. c. l. ch. c. g. o. ch. b. c. 2] Strain (e. 4] Leadline [ref. AI] Frap [ref. c. b. 2] Tattletale line [ref. moderate. g. 2] Stern line [ref. ch. p. AI] Breast line [ref.3 Define the following terms related to mooring: a. b] Figure eight turn [ref. ch. Pad eye [ref. c. a. c. c. AI] Boat boom [ref. 2] Single up [ref. h. heavy. 2] SWL [ref. 5] Boatswain's chair [ref. h. c. k. b] Dip the eye [ref. ch. and light) [ref. a. i. e. 2] Bow/head line [ref. ch. ch. ch. n. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. ch. 2] Breast lines [ref. a. a. AI] Sea ladder [ref. 2] Fake [ref. d. c. a. 4] Lifelines [ref. 2] Double-up [ref. ch.142 142. app. app. 4] Jacob's ladder [ref. f. d. ch. app. ch. c. e. a. Mousing [ref. ch. 5] Accommodation ladder [ref. ch. 2] After spring line [ref. b] Round turn [ref. c. f. c. Mooring line [ref. ch. a. c. c. 2] Rat guards [ref. m. e. ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 127 . ch. AI] Forward spring line [ref.2 DECK SEAMANSHIP FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) n. j.4 Define the following terms related to deck equipment: a. c. c. i. c. a. ch. ch. app. ch. 4] Sea painter [ref. o.

3. d] Environmental effects [ref. c. a.9 Discuss the correct procedures for taking a mooring line to a set of bitts with respect to number and sequence of round turns and figure eight turns. ref. 3.7 Discuss the numbering sequence of standard mooring lines. c. ref. a. ref. ch. a. ch. e. and aramid mooring lines of identical size with respect to the following: a. b] Breaking characteristics [ref. kevlar. [ref. 3. ch. ch. ref. forward spring. and after spring lines. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. a. and spring lays identifying the dimension upon which each classification is based.6 Discuss the difference between synthetic. lines. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 128 . a. ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. 3. Strength [ref.5 DECK SEAMANSHIP FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) List the size classifications of small stuff. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. ch.142 142. wires. [ref. 3. ch. d] Stretching characteristics [ref. c. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ref. ch. natural fiber. [ref. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d] Ease of handling [ref.8 Discuss the purpose of breast. a.10 Discuss the proper use of the sea painter with small boats. [ref. ch. d. b. [ref. a. 3.

All/stbd/port engine(s) ahead one-third (two-thirds. h. g. full) Engine ahead one-third (two-thirds. b. o. etc. k. j. f. flank) All/stbd/port engine(s) back one-third (two-thirds. n. j. standard. d. m. full. f.) All engines/engine ahead (back) emergency Indicate (number) revolutions Indicate (ring-up) maneuvering combination Indicate turns for (number of) knots How's your engine(s) Indicate (number in percent) pitch All pitch (number) feet ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 129 . l. a] a. h. a] a.2 Define the following ship control commands to the lee helm: [ref. d. e. g. 14th Edition Ship's Information Book (SIB) Define the following ship control commands to the helm: [ref. e. c.143 143 STANDARD COMMANDS FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] 143.1 Watch Officer's Guide (Stavridis). b. i. i. c. Right/left (amount in degrees) rudder Right/left standard rudder Right/left full rudder Increase your rudder to (amount in degrees) Ease your rudder to (amount in degrees) Steady as you go Rudder amidships Shift your rudder Mind your helm Steer nothing to the left/right of (course in degrees) How's your rudder Mark your head Come right/left steer course (course in degrees) Hard right/left rudder Meet her ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

d. a] a. n.3 STANDARD COMMANDS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Define the following standard commands to line handlers: [ref. p. l. o. a] a. g. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . r. d.5 Discuss the necessity for using exact phraseology for standard commands.4 Discuss the engine order commands to the lee helm with ships using a CRP propeller system. c.6 Discuss the purpose of issuing standard commands to ship control stations in the following format: [ref. Command Reply Action taken Report Acknowledgement ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 130 . b. [ref. Standby your lines Let go (line number) Let go all lines Send over (line number) Take a strain (line number) Slack (line number) Ease (line number) Hold (line number) Check (line number) Surge (line number) Take (line number) to the capstan Heave around (line number) Avast heaving (line number) Double-up (line number) Single up (line number) Take-in (line number) or all lines Castoff (line number) or all lines Shift number (line number) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . k. q. e. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . i. b. j. e. h. f. c. [ref.143 143. m.

a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 131 .7 STANDARD COMMANDS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the use of whistles. hand signals. and phrasing (TEMPO).8 Discuss the manner of issuing commands with respect to voice clarity.143 143. [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . and verbal commands to tugs. loudness. [ref.

ch. 4] Chain locker [ref. b. 4th Edition Knight's Modern Seamanship. ch. ch. b. 5] Riding stopper [ref. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . m. b. p. b. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 132 . b. s. 14th Edition Describe the following: a. b. a. Stockless anchor [ref. 4] Mushroom anchor [ref. b. sec. j. Anchoring NAVEDTRA 14343. ch. 18th Edition Dutton's Navigation and Piloting (Maloney). b. ch. b. sec. 4] Anchor crown [ref. ch. 4] Dip ropes [ref. 4] Outboard swivel shot [ref. a. [ref. g. h. o. ch. ch. c. ch. 4] Anchor fluke [ref. f. 4] Anchor stock [ref. 4] Anchor chain [ref. r. sec. Boatswain’s Mate Naval Shiphandling (Crenshaw). b] Detachable end link (pear-shaped link) [ref. k. 4] Chain swivel [ref. n.1 NSTM S9086-TV-STM-000/CH-581. b. 4] Housing stopper [ref. sec. b.2 Discuss the procedures for making the anchor ready for letting go and for properly setting the anchor once dropped. ch. b. 4] Anchor bending shackle [ref. b. ch. 4] Anchor buoys/floats [ref. ch. d. d. e. ch. 4] Anchor shank [ref. 4] Clear hawse pendants [ref. l. a. ch. i. a.144 144 ANCHORING FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] 144. ch. 4] Detachable link and accessories [ref. q. b. 4] Lightweight anchor (Danforth/LWT) [ref. b.

ch. Size of link Length of chain Number of shots of chain Marking of detachable link between each shot of chain Yellow shot of chain Red shot of chain ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c. ch. e. f. ch. e. ch. b. 4] a.3 ANCHORING FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the anchor chain with respect to the following: [ref. ch. c. Depth of water [ref. advantages. ch.4 Discuss the environmental and geographical considerations taken into account in determining the scope of anchor chain to employ and state the chain-to-water depth rule-of-thumb ratio. e. 13] Drop/head bearing [ref. 8] Swing/drag/letting-go circle [ref.6 Discuss the bridge/navigation preparations for anchoring with respect to the following: a. g. e. d. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. d. ch. [ref. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .144 144. [ref. b. f. b.5 Discuss the Mediterranean moor with respect to procedures. e. d.6] Wind and current [ref. ch. e. ch. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 133 . d. ch. h. c. 13] Approach to anchorage [ref. 13] Use of wood chips [ref. and disadvantages. 4] Type of bottom [ref. ch. c. 6] Letting-go point [ref. d.

6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 134 . a. [ref. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . to include: [ref. 2. Amount of chain out How anchor chain tends Strain on chain ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Discuss maximum safe scope of chain. and the hammer lock moor. [ref. b.7 ANCHORING FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Describe the frequency for an anchor report. b. use of the nomograph. ch.8 Discuss special considerations for anchoring an USW ship with a bow-mounted sonar dome rubber window. c. sec. c. c. ch. 4] a. ch. ref.144 144.

ch. l. a. ch. a. c. i. Function of buoy party Purpose of buoy wire/line Purpose of trolley shackles Transferring mooring shackle to buoy ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 6] a. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 4] a. a. a].3 Describe the ordinary (dip rope) method of mooring to a buoy. e. 4 Buoy hook [ref.2 Describe the trolley method of mooring to a buoy. b. a. a] Trolley shackle [ref. 6] Buoy wire/line [ref. Function of a buoy party Purpose of dip rope Transferring mooring shackle to buoy ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 135 . j. Boatswain’s Mate Naval Shiphandling (Crenshaw). a. ch. d. ch. a. 4] Buoy wire/line [ref. 4th Edition Define the following: a. a.1 NAVEDTRA 14343. 4] Anchor chain [ref. b. g. d. 4] Dip rope [ref. b. a. c. b. ch. f. 4] Mooring swivel [ref. h. 4] Mooring messenger [ref. 4] Chain hook [ref. ch. a. ch.145 145 BOUY MOORING FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] 145. 4] Easing out line [ref. 4] Slip wire [ref. c. ch. including the following: [ref. b. Mooring shackle [ref. ch. including the following: [ref. ch. ch. ch. a. ch. k.

a. ch. 4] Position of buoy party when passing chain. ch. M ship. b. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. c.4 BOUY MOORING FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Compare mooring to a buoy and anchoring with respect to: [ref. ch. b. ch. c.5 Describe wind and current considerations during a mooring to buoy. b.145 145. 4] Position of boat when taking messenger to the buoy [ref. ch. b. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 136 . a. [ref.6 Describe the buoy party and the special safety precautions that apply: a. 6] a. d. and retrieving chain [ref. Swimming qualifications of buoy party [ref. b. ch. d. 4] Protective clothing of buoy party [ref. Strength of moor Required amount of space Amount of preparation required Ease in getting underway ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

b. h. ch. a. 2] Hose saddles [ref. a. ch. a. ch. 5] Silent UNREP [ref. k. 10] Winch [ref. 3] Saddle whips [ref. 3] Hull contour lights [ref. 2] Kingpost [ref. e. s. f. ch. a. p. b. 4] Trolley [ref. g. j. r. ch. d. ch. 2] Approach ship [ref. t. ch. 2] Lifeguard station [ref. a. a. ch. a. ch. ch. l. g. q.4. a. 3] End fitting [ref. 3] STREAM [ref. a. ch. ch. Underway Replenishment NAVEDTRA 14343. Allied Maritime Tactical Signal and Maneuvering Book. 4] Cargo drop reel [ref. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. II Discuss the following tactical terminology: a. Boatswain’s Mate ATP 1(C). a. f. a. 5] Standby/waiting station [ref. Inhaul/outhaul lines [ref. c. 4] Span wire [ref. n. m. ch. ch. ch. a. 5] Riding lines [ref. ch. 10] Messenger [ref. ch. c. o. 3] 137 . 3] Easing out line [ref. b. c. ch. e.2 Discuss the following equipment related terminology: a. 2] Bolo [ref. ch. a. ch. ch.146 146 CONNECTED UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT (CONREP) FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] 146. 4] Ram tensioner [ref. 2] Line-throwing gun [ref. ch. 2] Receiving ship [ref. ch. Vol. a. i. a. 4] Pendant receiving station [ref. h. a. a. ch. 4] Sliding pad eye [ref. ch. 1] Astern refueling [ref. d.1 NWP 4-01. a. a. 4] STREAM support leg [ref. c. ch. a. b. a. 2] Delivery ship [ref. ch. a. Control ship [ref. ch. a.

e.4 For the following replenishment personnel. a. 2] a. state their identifying hardhat color: [ref. c. Robb coupling [ref. x. a. w. a. ch.146 146. a. speed. Safety Observer Rig Captain Riggers Signalman Corpsman Gunner's mate Winch Operator ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 138 . ch. ch. and method are determined based on the following: [ref. 3] Probe & receiver [ref. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. a. a.2 CONNECTED UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT (CONREP) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) u. ch. 3] Traveling SURF [ref. v. g. z. 4] STAR [ref. a. ch. 3] NATO breakable spool [ref. d. 2] a. ch. b. ch. c. b. 4] MK 5 strongback (Gullwing) [ref. Sea state Wind direction Tactical considerations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . f. y. ch.3 Discuss how replenishment course.

Number of blasts Meaning of blasts ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 139 .8 Discuss the hand-held police whistle signals exchanged by delivery and receiving ship stations with respect to the following: [ref. b.7 Discuss the purpose of the phone and distance line and describe it with respect to the following: [ref.6 Discuss transferring/receiving station markings with respect to the following: [ref. c. b.5 CONNECTED UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT (CONREP) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the following underway replenishment communication capabilities: [ref. b. ch. c. a. b.146 146. ch. Bridge-to-bridge sound-powered telephone Station-to-station sound-powered telephone Whistle signals Hand signals with paddles/light wands Electric megaphone Radios ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. a. d. Distance between markers Color of markers Night lighting of markers ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. ch. e. 2] a. a. f. c. a. 2] a. 2] a. Station marker light box (night) Bunting or painted area (day) Obstruction lights Station keeping devices ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 2] a.

ch. h. ch. [ref. f. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 140 . 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 2] a. e. c. c.146 146. [ref. a.11 Discuss the Venturi effect with regard to CONREP. a. i.10 Discuss the specific advantages and limitations of CONREP as compared to VERTREP. d. b.9 CONNECTED UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT (CONREP) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the meaning of the following visual flaghoists/flashing light used by the delivery and/or receiving ship: [ref. ch. g. ROMEO at the dip ROMEO closed up ROMEO hauled down PREP at the dip PREP closed up PREP hauled down BRAVO closed up BRAVO at the dip BRAVO hauled down ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

f. c. m. flight control. a. a. c. LHA/LHD NATOPS (01 Nov 2002) Define the following: a. j. 2] LSE [ref. e] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Navy Aircraft Firefighting and Rescue Manual (01 Sep 2001) Seamanship Fundamentals for the Deck Officer (Dodge and Kyriss). a. ch. and ships during aviation operations with respect to the following: a. a. 1981 NAVAIR 00-80T-106. 3] Lighting signals [ref. ch. b. 4. a. NATOPS U. ch. d. ch.1 NWP 3-04.147 147 AVIATION OPERATIONS ON SURFACE SHIPS FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] 147. ch. e. a. b. 1] HCO [ref.2 Discuss the communications between aircraft. ch. ch. a. 1] RAST [ref. 2. ch. ch. a. 4] Amber deck [ref. a. ch. 1] Vertical replenishment [ref. d. l. 4] Green deck [ref. b. a. ch. a. i.S. g. h. 4] Red deck [ref. k. 4] Signal flags [ref. ch. Helicopter Operating Procedures for Air Capable Ships NAVAIR 00-80T-113. ch. a. a. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 141 . ch. ch. Aircraft Signals NATOPS Manual (01 Dec 2001) NAVAIR 00-80R-14. a. 4] Hot pump [ref. ref. 4] Cold pump [ref. UHF voice [ref. a. 4] FOD [ref. 4] Hand signals [ref. chs. a. HIFR [ref. 10] Amphibious Air Traffic Control Center [ref.1M. 8] LSO [ref. ch.

4] Homing beacon/grimes light [ch. 6] Nondirectional beacon (UHF homer) [ch. 6] SGSI [ch. [ref.4 Discuss the crash crew/repair party equipment necessary for aviation operations on surface ships. a] a. ch. capabilities. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c. 4] Horizon reference system [ch. 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Discuss the purpose. Wind speed and direction Roll and pitch Day/night ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 142 . b. and limitations of HIFR. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 AVIATION OPERATIONS ON SURFACE SHIPS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the aviation NAVAIDS to include the following: [ref. a. B] a.147 147. Refueling hose Wiggins quick-release coupling Grounding strap ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 4] a. d. a. a. b.7 Discuss the envelope required for the following to conduct aviation operations: [ref. c. [ref. TACAN [ch. ch. c. ch. c. b. app. e.5 Discuss the refueling equipment necessary to provide fueling capability including the following: [ref.

a. ch. ch. limitations. c. 2] Helo crash on deck [ref. ch.12 Discuss wave-off procedures. Removing all unnecessary personnel [ref. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref. ch. ch. c. a. 2] Lowering obstructions (e. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. In-flight emergency [ref. antenna) [ref. ch. and ship lighting configuration for NVG operations. a. ch. 9] Loss of communications [ref. a.147 147. a. 8] a.8 AVIATION OPERATIONS ON SURFACE SHIPS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the importance of flight deck safety. capabilities.11 Discuss the purpose. ch. d.9 Describe the considerations for planning.g.10 Discuss the impact of the following emergencies on flight operations: a. a. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 143 . b. c. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . including the following: a. b. and conducting a VERTREP. 2] Policing a flight deck and surrounding area to eliminate FOD [ref. c. ch. staging. e. Number of helicopters Disposition of ships Sea state Helicopter fuel load Retrograde ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. ch. a. [ref. d. a. 2] Minimizing hover time for helos [ref. including the following: [ref.

4 Discuss the action to be taken in the event of loss of propulsion by the towing vessel. accelerating. b. a. b. ch.1 Naval Shiphandling (Crenshaw).2 Discuss the considerations for making the approach when taking a disabled vessel in tow. ch. [ref.148 148 TOWING FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] 148. U. a.S. a. Catenary Instep ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. b. c. 4] a. Ch. including the following: a. Wind velocity and direction [ref. Navy Towing Manual. [ref. and changing course once vessel is secured with a towline. 1). 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 9] Sea state [ref. ch. 3 Define the following: [ref. ch.3 Discuss the procedures for getting underway. 9] The four methods of approaching a tow [ref. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 144 . ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. 4th Edition NAVEDTRA 14343. Boatswain’s Mate NAVSEA SL740-AA-MAN-010 (Rev. b.

d. e. Towing hawser [ref. c. b. 7] Chafing chain [ref. c] Towing wire [ref. b. ch. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 145 . 7] Towing pad eye [ref. c] Messenger [ref. ch.148 148. b.5 TOWING FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the purpose of the following: a.

f. ch. f. 3] Advance [ref. a. Surge [ref. 18th Edition Dutton's Navigation and Piloting (Maloney). 14th Edition Range Finder Equipment Users Manual Farwells Rules of the Nautical Road (Bassett & Smith) The American Practical Navigator (Bowditch). k. ch. 4] Stern walk [ref. g. g.1 Naval Shiphandling (Crenshaw). a. c. h. a. Location and number of screws Location and number of rudders Height of eye of bridge/flying bridge Length of ship Beam of ship Standard tactical diameter Reduced tactical diameter Location of pivot point Acceleration/deceleration 146 . c. ch. 3] Bow thruster [ref. b. 13] Target angle [ref. c. 12] Pivot point [ref. 5] APU [ref. 8] Twist [ref. ch. h. d. 3] Screw [ref. 3] Side force [ref. g] Bearing drift [ref. j. m. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. ch.149 149 SHIPHANDLING FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] 148. ch. a. b] a. i. l. ch. 4th Edition Ship's Tactical Characteristics Folder Knight's Modern Seamanship. a. 2002 Define the following: a. e. a.2 Describe the following as defined in the ship's tactical characteristics folder: [ref. d. d. ch. ch. 13] Transfer [ref. d. ch. c. 3] Rudder [ref. 6] Steerage way [ref. n. e. ch. a. ch. b. f. ch. i.

[ref. ch. f. ch. h. 7] Binoculars [ref. d. 7] Gyrocompass [ref. d. b. d. g.5 Describe the procedure for estimating ranges with 7x50 binoculars using the field of vision. d.149 149. 34] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss the usefulness of the following equipment/devices in assisting the OOD to perform shiphandling duties: a. ch. ch. ch. d. [ref.2 SHIPHANDLING FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) j. m. d. d. c. d. e. ch. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 7] Bearing circle [ref. ch. a. ch. d. ch.4 Discuss the purpose and accuracy of the stadimeter when used in conventional and inverted methods. 7] GPS [ref. d. 16] Fathometer [ref. 7] Pitsword [ref. 7] RPM indicator [ref. 7] Pit log [ref. ch. 7] Radar [ref. 29] Laser range finder [ref. k. a.6 Discuss the usefulness of the three-minute rule and the radian rule. 7] Night vision device [ref. e] Pitch indicator [ref. d. 7] Anemometer [ref. a. ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. Stadimeter [ref. n. o. ch. 7] Telescopic alidade [ref. k. g. i. ch. ch. ch. d. [ref. a. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 147 . j. ch. Draft of ship Height of mast ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. l.

2] Screws [ch.10 Discuss the procedures for twisting a ship. ships alongside. 6] Tugboats [ch. q. g. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Rudders [ch. b. d. r. 6] Water depth. n.11 Discuss the principles and considerations in maneuvering a single-screw ship. [ref. ch. 2] Side forces [ch. 10] Bank suction [ch. 3] Current [ch. p. a. 2] Wind [ch. [ref. m. [ref. f. 18] Sink [ch. e. 6] Ship speed through water (greater than 5 knots) [ch. l. ch. 2] Sail area [ch. 2] Screw wash [ch.8 Discuss the following relating to controllable and uncontrollable forces affecting the ship and the influence of each upon shiphandling: [ref. 19] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . pier type [ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . s. bottom effect. 2] APU’s [ch. 2] Freeboard [ch. a. a. ch. ch. 10] Squat [ch. 2] Bow thrusters [ch. d. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 148 . i.7 SHIPHANDLING FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the importance of height of eye to the visible horizon.149 149. o. h. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . k. c. a] a. 3] Mooring lines [ch.9 Discuss the reasons why the Conning Officer must anticipate the needs of the engines and rudder when maneuvering the ship. 4] Ship speed through water (less than 5 knots) [ch. 2] Pounding [ch. j. [ref.

c. ch.149 149. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Discuss the principles of a bow thruster and its effect on the handling of a ship. [ref.16 Discuss tug characteristics/limitations and tug makeups. [ref.12 SHIPHANDLING FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the principles of a controllable-pitch screw and its effect on the handling of a ship. ch. c. ch. a. ch. c.14 Discuss the principles of APUs and their effect on ship handling. c. 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 18] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 149 .15 Explain the effect on steering while moving astern. [ref. [ref. ch. [ref. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

Navy Search and Rescue (SAR) Manual NWP 3-20. e. b. k. ch. b. App. d. ch. 4th Edition NAVEDTRA 14343.150 150 SPECIAL/EMERGENCY EVOLUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] [j] [k] 150. 14th Edition Knight's Modern Seamanship.4. 11] Soft aground [ref. l. i. Loss of lube oil pressure Loss of vacuum Boiler casualties Loss of electrical power Loss of pitch control Loss of steering control Gas turbine casualties Diesel casualties Loss of control air Jammed throttle Major lube oil/fuel oil leak Loss of firemain pressure Main space fire 150 . b.1A. c] a. Emergency breakaway [ref. a. h. ch. Boatswain’s Mate The Boat Officers Handbook (Winters). Second Edition. d.6 (Series). 18th Edition Ship's Engineering Operating Sequencing System (EOSS) Commanding Officer's Standing Orders Ship's Abandon Ship Bill NWP 4-01. m. j. g. b. 2] Collision [ref.1 Watch Officer's Guide (Stavridis). c. 8] Hard aground [ref. Underway Replenishment Naval Shiphandling (Crenshaw). 11] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Discuss the effects on control of the ship resulting from the following engineering casualties: [ref. F NWP 3-50. ch. c. Ship’s Class Tactical Manual Define the following: a. f. f.

Delayed turn 5. Racetrack turn 4. g. Who may initiate Who controls evolution once initiated Reasons for initiating ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . f. c. Anderson turn 3. including the following: [ref. 6] 1. e] a. ch.3 Discuss the purpose of the abandon ship bill and the following procedures presented therein: [ref. b.4 Describe an emergency breakaway CONREP.150 150. d.2 SPECIAL/EMERGENCY EVOLUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) n. c. 9] Boat [ref. a.5 Describe the following man overboard recovery procedures to include variables in considerations for the use and reasons for employment: a. ch. c. 9] Shipboard [ref. ch. b. 6] a. ch. b. Who decides to abandon ship Word to be passed Actions taken by the crew Actions taken by personnel assigned to emergency destruction ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . g. Shafting MRG ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Y-backing ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 151 . Williamson turn 2. o. Helicopter [ref.

6] a. c. c. f. ch. b. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 152 . i] Signal light [ref.7 Discuss the following items as they apply to the lifeboat recovery method: a. g. i] Very pistol [ref.150 150.10 Discuss the factors the OOD must consider in posting watches when maneuvering in low or restricted visibility. b. a. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. Life ring/buoy Smoke float Strobe light Searchlights Dye marker ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 1] a. b.6 SPECIAL/EMERGENCY EVOLUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the use of the following items in the recovery of a man overboard: [ref. j. d. ch. e. [ref. [ref.9 Discuss the factors the OOD must consider when maneuvering the ship in restricted waters. i] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Manning of the boat [ref. c. d. ch. e. a. h. 6] Semaphore flags [ref. ch.8 Discuss the use of the following in a shipboard recovery: [ref. Cargo net Portable davit line with harness Jacob's ladder Swimmer Stokes litter Communications ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d.

a. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref. [ref. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 Discuss the factors that must be considered in the event of a CBR attack.150 150. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. k] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 153 .13 Discuss the factors the OOD must consider when informed of possible SDRW casualty. [ref. [ref.11 SPECIAL/EMERGENCY EVOLUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the factors that must be considered before an imminent collision.12 Describe the Command's Restricted Maneuvering Doctrine.

2 Discuss the purpose of the following shipboard weather instruments: [ref. d. 2002 Dutton's Navigation and Piloting (Maloney). 10] Dangerous semicircle [ref. c. e. ch. 10] Tropical cyclone [ref.1 The American Practical Navigator (Bowditch). d. Navy (SORM). d. a. ch.3 Describe a tropical cyclone in both the northern and southern hemisphere. 10] a. d. d. Air mass [ref. c. 14th Edition OPNAVINST 3120.S. ch. ch. ch. Anemometer Barometer Thermometer Psychrometer ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 10] Cold/warm/occluded front [ref. ch. a. d. 6 NAVEDTRA 14338. 39] Less dangerous semicircle [ref. ch.151 151 WEATHER FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] 151. a. 39] Rate and direction of movement [ref. c. ch. b. Wind circulation [ref. b. 39] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 154 . a. Quartermaster Define the following: a. 39] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Ch. including the following: a. b. Standard Organization and Regulations Manual of the U. 39] Evasive courses of action [ref.32C (Change 5). ch. a.

5 Discuss the responsibilities of the OOD in heavy weather. [ref. c. 9] Tropical warnings [ref.7 Discuss the requirements for logging and reporting weather information. ch.151 151. b. b. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 155 . a. OPAREA forecast [ref. 1] WEAX [ref. b. 21] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch.4 WEATHER FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the information available on the following Naval Oceanography Center weather messages: a. a. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. b. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. 41] OTSR [ref. ch. [ref. d. ch. b. 1] High seas warnings [ref. d. e. f. ch.6 Discuss the significant factors in the formation and prediction of fog. a. ch. 1] Wind warnings [ref. [ref.

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References: [a] [b] [c] 152.1 ATP 1(C), Allied Maritime Tactical Instructions and Procedures, Vol. I ATP 1(C), Allied Maritime Tactical Signal and Maneuvering Book, Vol. II International Code of Signals (Pub. 102) Define the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p. q. r. s. t. u. v. w. Formation [ref. a, ch. 3] Guide [ref. a, ch. 2] OTC [ref. a, ch. 1] Distance (ordered, standard) [ref. a, ch. 2] Maneuvering interval [ref. a, ch. 2] Extended maneuvering interval [ref. a, ch. 2] Sequence numbers [ref. a, ch. 3] Tactical diameter (standard, reduced) [ref. a, ch. 2] Stationing speed [ref. a, ch. 2] Operational speed [ref. a, ch. 2] Signaled speed [ref. a, ch. 2] Main body [ref. a, ch. 2] Support ships [ref. a, ch. 9] Screen [ref. a, ch. 3] Turn [ref. b, ch. 6] CORPEN [ref. b, ch. 7] Search turn [ref. b, ch. 7] Formation axis [ref. a, ch. 4] Formation center [ref. a, ch. 4] Screen axis [ref. a, ch. 34] Signaled course [ref. a, ch. 7] Base course [ref. a, ch. 7] Base speed [ref. a, ch. 8]

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___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss the characteristics of the following formations and discuss the principles upon which each is based: [ref. a, ch. 3] a. b. c. d. e. Destroyer Carrier Transport/logistic Replenishment Amphibious group sector

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Discuss the rescue destroyer stations, in terms of criteria for selection, bearing, and range from the ship operating aircraft and station limits. [ref. a, ch. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Discuss the rescue destroyer stations assigned during night helicopter ship operations in terms of criterion for selection, bearing, and range from ship operating helicopters. [ref. a, ch. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Discuss the responsibilities of a unit assigned as plane guard. [ref. a, ch. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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153 153 NAUTICAL CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS FUNDAMENTALS
References: [a] [b] [c] 153.1 The American Practical Navigator (Bowditch), 2002 NAVEDTRA 14338, Quartermaster NIMA Catalog of Maps, Charts, and Pubs, 8th Edition Discuss the use, construction, advantages, and disadvantages of the following (paper and/or electronic format): [ref. a, ch. 3] a. b. c. d. e. Coastal charts Harbor charts Sailing charts Mercator chart projections Gnomonic chart projections

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 State the use of the following publications and discuss the information contained in each: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. Chart No. 1, Nautical Charts Symbols and Abbreviations [ref. a, ch. 4] Nautical Almanac [ref. a, ch. 4] Notice to Mariners [ref. a, ch. 4] Light List/List of Lights [ref. a, ch. 4] OPAREA Charts [ref. a, ch. 4] Hydrolants/Hydropacs [ref. a, ch. 4] Sailing Directions [ref. a, ch. 4] World port index [ref. a, ch. 4] Fleet guides [ref. a, ch. 4] Coast pilots [ref. a, ch. 4] Catalog of charts [ref. c]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 State the function of NIMA. [ref. a, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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154 154 TIDES AND CURRENTS FUNDAMENTALS
References: [a] 154.1 Dutton's Navigation and Piloting (Maloney), 14th Edition Define the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p. q. Tidal currents [ch. 9] Tides [ch. 9] Range of tides [ch. 9] Diurnal [ch. 10] Semidiurnal [ch. 10] Mixed [ch. 10] Spring [ch. 10] Neap [ch. 10] Flood [ch. 9] Ebb [ch. 9] Slack [ch. 9] Stand [ch. 9] Ocean currents [ch. 9] Mean range of tide [ch. 9] Tide rips [ch. 9] Minimum before flood [ch. 10] Minimum before ebb [ch. 10]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Discuss the information contained in tide and tidal current tables. [chs. 9, 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss the effect of current on your ship at sea and in restricted waters. [ch. 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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a. ref. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. Quartermaster COMNAVAIRFORINST/COMNAVSURFORINST 3530. b. a. [ref.3 Discuss the application of variation and deviation to magnetic heading to obtain true heading.1 162 . 6. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Surface Ship Navigation Department Organization and Regulations Manual State the methods and required frequency of determining gyro. 2002 NAVEDTRA 14338. ch. ref. ch. ch. ref. app. c.4 State the functions of degaussing coils and discuss their effect on the magnetic compass. [ref. ch. b. [ref. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 155. 2. ch. [ref. 6.2 Discuss the application of gyro error to obtain true bearings and courses. I] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . and DFGMC error both at sea and in restricted waters. ch. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . magnetic compass. a. a.155 155 COMPASS ERROR FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] The American Practical Navigator (Bowditch). b.4A. [ref.5 Discuss the reasons for and methods of magnetic compass compensation and adjustment.

g. a. x. 8] SOA [ref. ch. j. 2] Navigational range [ref. 4] LOP [ref. 11] Danger ranges [ref. ch. ch. a.1 Dutton's Navigation and Piloting (Maloney). a. ch. 10] Danger bearings [ref. a. ch. o. 7] Great circle [ref. a. k. n. ch. 8] DR [ref. 6. ch. a. 12] Set [ref. ch. a. s. a. a. True bearing [ref. ch. 2] Intended track [ref. ch. ch. ch. 11] Rhumb line [ref. ch. i.156 156 NAVIGATION FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] 156. II OPNAVINST 3120. 2] Relative bearing [ref. chs. 11] COG [ref. 11] Fix [ref. ch. 4] Turn bearings [ref. h. 11] Bottom profile [ref. b. f. ch. 36] Visibility of lights [ref. ch. a. ch. u. a. 8] PIM [ref. ch. a. 2] Advance and transfer [ref. Navy (SORM) Ship's Class Tactical Manual Nautical Almanac Manufacturer’s Technical Manual Discuss the following in terms of how they are obtained and used in terrestrial navigation: a. l. 8] Running fix [ref. Standard Organization and Regulations Manual of the U.32C (Change 5). b. 11] CMG [ref. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 163 . a. a. ch. a. w. d. Vol. ch. Allied Maritime Tactical Signal and Maneuvering Book. r. e. ch. 14th Edition ATP 1(C). v. 7] Slide bar [ref. a. a. a. t.S. 8] SOG [ref. p. a. a. a. c. q. ch. a. 10] Drift [ref. m. a. ch.

5 Discuss the information contained in the following sections of the Nautical Almanac: [ref. 7] Fire control radar [ref. a. 19] Celestial fix [ch. 21] Leadline [ref. and members of the navigation team while piloting in restricted waters.4 Define the following: [ref. k. 7] Sextant angles (three-arm protractor) [ref. 7] Alidade [ref. 27] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 7] Radar [ref. d. navigator. ref. a. c. a. i. c. Sight reduction tables [ch. e. a. ch. a] a.2 NAVIGATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the use of the following in terrestrial navigation: a. ch. a. a. c. d. a. Fathometer [ref. e. 16] Bearing circle [ref. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . g. 19] Star time [ch. ch. 3] Navigational triangles [ch. 7] Sonar [ref. d. ch. ch. a. 6. c.156 156. 23] LAN [ch. b. j. 7] Pit log [ref. a. e] a. b. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . e. a. ch.3 Discuss the duties and responsibilities of the OOD. h. ch. f. Introduction Explanation section Daily pages Increment and correction tables Front/back covers ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 164 . ch. ch. 15] Stadimeter [ref. ch. b. ch. d] PMP arm [ref. [ref.

8 Describe the following sources available to shipboard personnel to obtain the accurate time: [ref. a] a. a. b. 20] Azimuth circle [ch. e. g. a. 18] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. ch. 32] SINS [ref. d. LORAN [ref. ch.9 Discuss the principles of operation. b. d. Zone time Greenwich mean time Time zone Zone description Standard time Daylight savings time Mean solar time Local mean time ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. 6. ch. c.7 Define the following: [ref. Marine sextant [ch. a. e. 22] a. a] a. f] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 165 . 28] Air almanac [chs.156 156. Chronometer [ch. b. d. advantages. c. c. ch. and nominal accuracy of the following electronic navigation systems: a. 22] GPS [ch. f. 35] GPS [ref. b. ch. 34] WAAS [ref. 34] Differential GPS [ref. disadvantages.6 NAVIGATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Explain the use of the following instruments in celestial navigation: [ref. 11] Rude starfinder [ch. 34] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . h.

b.10 NAVIGATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) How do your ship's electronic navigation systems interface with the following: [ref. d] a.156 156. NTDS TWCS GCCS-M ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 166 . c.

157 157 NAVIGATION RULES FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] 157. ANNEX I .2D. Navigation Rules (Rule 1 through 38. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 167 .V) Discuss Inland and International Rules of the Road and how they apply to good seamanship and collision avoidance.1 COMDTINST M16672.

1M. g. 6] Answering [ch. 2] Semaphore [ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 5] Flashing light (directional.2 Discuss proper procedures for flashing light communications. omnidirectional) [chs. b.158 158 VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] 158. Allied Maritime Tactical Signal and Maneuvering Book. 2. ch. Signalman 3 & 2 ATP 1(C). 4] a. b. d. e. Vol. 5] Use of INTERROGATIVE [ch. 5] Visual responsibility [ch. 4] Nancy [ch. II International Code of Signals (Pub. Helicopter Operating Procedures for Air Capable Ships Discuss the proper procedures for flaghoist communications. a] a. d. 6] Execution [ch. a] a. 5] Use of substitute pennants [ch. 102) NWP 3-04. Directional Omnidirectional (yardarm blinkers) Nancy Infared ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . h. d. c. a. c. including the following: [ref. Flaghoist [chs. 6] Use of NEGAT pennant [ch. including the following: [ref. c.1 NAVEDTRA 14244. f. 4. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 168 . Sending [ch. 5] Order of reading flags [ch. b.3 Discuss the advantages/disadvantages of each of the following methods used as a means of visual communications: [ref.

c. ch. b. ch. 2] Bravo [ref. ch. b. ch. b. 1] Arrangement of signals [ch. Alfa [ref. b.8 Discuss the use of the following signal flags and pennants: a. ch. 2] Golf [ref. b. ch. c. b. h.5 Discuss the use of the Allied Tactical Signals Book (ATP 1(C). g. 2] US/USSR supplementary signals [app. o. b. [ref. 2] Five [ref. k. 2] 169 . 2] Quebec [ref. [ref. a. 2] Uniform [ref. ch. including the arrangement of signals. b. b. a. [ref. d.4 VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the procedures for completing those sections of a visual message blank. b. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . j. b. a. n. b. ch. Vol. and decoding. b. 5] First substitute [ref. A] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .158 158. 2] Papa [ref. 2] Oscar [ref. 2] India [ref. 2] Romeo [ref. b. 2] Prep [ref. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 102). i. Purpose [ch. c] a. b. ch. encoding. normally completed by the OOD in drafting a visual message. ch. ch. ch. ch. ch. b. 2] Mike [ref. II).6 Discuss the use of the International Code of Signals (Pub. b. ch. f. including the following: [ref. ch. 2] Foxtrot [ref. p. b.7 Discuss the procedures used in visual challenge and reply and the restrictions placed upon their use. l. ch. ch. ch. e. 2] Kilo [ref. m. 2] Third substitute [ref. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

ch. ch. d. ch. b.158 158. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 170 . s. r. 2] Code Hotel [ref. t. ch. 2] Hotel one [ref. c. 1] Hotel [ref. Emergency [ref.8 VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) q. b.

6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Navy (SORM).7 Discuss the proper procedure for entering the water. a. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 171 . 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Discuss who makes the final decision to abandon ship. a.32C (Change 5). a. Boatswain's Mate NSTM S9086-TX-STM-010/CH-583 (Rev. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. 4).S. [ref. ch. ch. [ref. ch. ch.3 Discuss the three phases of preparation for abandon ship. including considerations leading to the decision. Ch. [ref.159 159 SURVIVAL AND SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] 159.4 Discuss the duties of the Mustering Petty Officer/Boat Officer at an Abandon Ship Station. Standard Organization and Regulations Manual of the U. Boats and Small Craft Discuss the purpose of the Abandon Ship Bill. a. 6 Ship’s Abandon Ship Bill NAVEDTRA 14343. [ref. a.6 Discuss the duties of the officers in charge of debarkation areas. ch. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref.5 Discuss the duties of the ship's salvage/securing detail. a. [ref. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1 OPNAVINST 3120. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

14 Discuss the safety precautions which apply to: a. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref. ch. ch.10 Discuss the proper procedures for rationing food and water.9 Discuss the information provided by the navigator to be passed to the crew. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .159 159. b. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. c. 5] Keeping inflatable life rafts afloat and in an upright position [ref. b] Environmental considerations [ref.8 SURVIVAL AND SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss the proper procedure for swimming through flames. b] a.12 Discuss procedures for releasing life rafts. c. Overcrowding life rafts [ref. [ref. [ref. including the methods of water entry: [ref.11 Discuss the special equipment contained in each life raft. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 172 .13 Describe the proper procedures for donning each of the following items. b. CO2 inflatable life preserver Inherently buoyant (Kapok) life preserver ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

shape.160 160 BUOYS FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] 160. 1.2 Discuss how and where the following are used: [ref. lateral buoy systems. e. d. d. Nautical Chart Symbols. and Terms Dutton's Navigation and Piloting (Maloney). k. ch. and IALA (regions A and B): a. a] The top mark characteristics [ref. 4] How the color of the buoy aids in determining its function [ref. ch. i.1 Chart No. c. Color. b. b.S. Abbreviations. b. b. 14th Edition Explain the following as applied to the U. h. g. c. the cardinal buoy system. buoy system. and light characteristics [ref. f. j. ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 4] How the light characteristics of the buoy aids in determining its function [ref. b. a] Sound characteristics associated with each system [ref. a] How the phrase red right returning is applied to the buoy system [ref. e. a] a. Port hand buoy Starboard hand buoy Mid-channel buoy Junction/obstruction buoy Special-purpose buoy Quarantine anchorage buoy Anchorage buoy Fishnet buoy Dredge buoy Day beacons Cardinal marks ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 173 . f.

[sec.161 161 COMBAT SYSTEMS OPERATIONAL SEQUENCING SYSTEM (CSOSS) FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] 161. II. [sec.5 Describe the combat systems casualty control organization for Conditions I. and discuss the purpose. III. and document responsibility. and in-port. c. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [sec. IV. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b.1 Combat Systems Operational Sequencing System (CSOSS) User's Manual Explain the purpose of CSOSS.2 Describe how CSOSS manuals are organized. content. [sec. d. Configuration Casualty control Autonomous action Controlling actions ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Define the following terms: [sec. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 List the basic components of CSOSS. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 174 . 2] a.

contiguous zone. ch.1 NSTM S9086-WK-STM-010/CH-670. Pollution Control Oil Spills Inport Prevention Video. Pin Number 806628 Define the following: [ref. 19] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 175 . 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref. ch. b.1B (Change 4).2 Define the following: [ref. b. and Disposal of Hazardous General Use Consumables OPNAVINST 5090. ch. 19] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat NSTM S9086-T8-STM-010/CH-593 (Rev. ch. Environmental and Natural Resources Program Manual OPNAVINST 5100. sec.5 Describe the actions required for oil spills outside the U. Stowage. 19] a. 1] a.S. [ref. b. contiguous zone. [ref. HAZMAT Hazardous waste ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss the legislation that governs the discharge of oily waste into the ocean.4 Describe the actions required for oil spills within the U.19D (Change 1). 4). b. Handling. b. Oily waste Waste oil ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .162 162 POLLUTION CONTROL FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] 162. b.S. a.

c.9 Define and discuss data found on an MSDS. B-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 176 .10 Discuss Work Center Supervisor responsibilities as they pertain to HMC&M. oily waste. sec. and shipboard pollution abatement. B-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ref. B-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. c. ch.11 Discuss all hands responsibilities as they pertain to HMC&M. [ref. 19. c.6 POLLUTION CONTROL FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Explain the general operational and management requirements for bilge water. ch. Glossary G] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. [ref. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Discuss proper marking of HM containers. CHT Gray water Solid waste Plastics ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch.S. ch. c. b.12 Discuss proper stowage procedures for HMC&M. 19] __________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c. [ref. ch. c. b. d. oil. 19] a.7 Discuss the following discharge limitations: [ref. [ref.162 162. b. ch. [ref. B-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . B-3. [ref. ch.8 Discuss the oily waste discharge limitations in geographic zones and waters other than those of the U. [ref. ch.

b. d. 19] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch.162 162. 4.16 State the location and contents of the oil spill containment kit. b. ch. b. 19] a.17 Describe required sub-tasks within each of the five ORM elements for conducting petroleum product evolutions (internal transfers.15 Discuss the precautions observed when handling flammables. ref. [ref. e] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 177 . c. onloads. c. [ref.18 Discuss the information provided in the oil spills in-port prevention video. C-23] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . [ref. offloads): [ref. [ref. c. a. e. C-23] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Identifying hazards Assessing hazards Making risk decisions Implementing controls Supervising ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch.14 POLLUTION CONTROL FUNDAMENTALS (CONT’D) Discuss flammable material stowage requirements. ch. sec.

19-11. a. 22] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . a. [ref.1B (Change 4). a. b. ch.3 Discuss the reporting requirements in the event of a whale strike or marine mammal take. ch. Special Incident Reporting Discuss the Navy's policy with regards to marine mammal protection particulary the PMAP. ch. [ref.4 Describe the role of lookouts in the protection of marine mammals.2 Define the term taking with regard to marine mammals. 22] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ch. ch. a. [ref. [ref. 19] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 178 . Environmental and Natural Resources Program Manual OPNAVINST 3100. ref.163 163 MARINE MAMMAL PROTECTION FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] [b] 163.6G.1 OPNAVINST 5090.

b. and the threat each is most effective against: a. i.2.2. l.3 Discuss the watch turnover procedures for each of the weapons listed abve. d. m. effective range. k. g. 9MM pistol 12-gauge shotgun M-14 rifle M-16 rifle M-60 machine gun 50-caliber machine gun M-240 machine gun MK 44 machine gun MK 38 25MM machine gun M-79 grenade launcher M-203 grenade launcher MK 19 grenade machine gun MK 3A2 concussion grenade 164. mount location. Force Protection Weapons Handling Standard Procedures and Guidelines Discuss the following shipboard weapons to include caliber.2 Discuss the procedures for transitioning through all conditions of readiness for each of the weapons listed above. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 179 .1 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . j. h. f.164 164 MINOR CALIBER WEAPONS FUNDAMENTALS References: [a] Navy Tactical Reference Publication (NTRP) 3-07. c. e.

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functional systems as basic building blocks in the learning process. You will be expected to demonstrate through oral or written examination a thorough understanding of each system required for your watchstation. The Qualifier will give you an oral examination on each system and. It directs attention to the dynamics of how the component and component parts operate to make the system function. Normally a number of very broad (overview) systems are disassembled into their components or parts with the big picture as the learning goal. When you have mastered one or more systems.2 COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS For learning purposes each system is disassembled into two levels. 181 .200 200. 200. Each system is written to reflect specific watchstation requirements by identifying the equipment most relevant to one or more designated watchstanders. Systems have components and components have parts. It requires study of the relationship between the system being studied and other systems or areas. Only those items which must be understood for operation/maintenance are listed.3 FORMAT Each system is organized within the following format: • • • • • It lists the references to be used for study and asks you to explain the function of each system. contact your Qualifier. Do not expect to see every item which appears on a parts list to be in the PQS.4 HOW TO COMPLETE The systems you must complete are listed in the Prerequisites section of each watchstation. will sign the appropriate system line items. Items listed as components in such a system may then be analyzed as separate systems and broken down into components and parts. the equipment is broken down into smaller.1 INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS BASIC BUILDING BLOCKS In this section. Example: the turbogenerators may be listed as a component of the Ship’s Service Electrical Distribution system and then later detailed as an individual system for closer study. It asks for the static facts of what or where the components and component parts are in relation to the system. 200. more comprehensible. if satisfied you have sufficient knowledge of the system. It specifies the parameters that must be immediately recalled. The less complex systems may be identified and covered quickly or relegated to a lower priority to permit greater emphasis on more significant or complex systems. 200.

201 201 RADAR EQUIPMENT SYSTEM
References: [a] [b] [c] [d] 201.1 NAVEDTRA 14204, Operations Specialist 3 NWP 3-20.6 (Series), Ship's Class Tactical Manual Manufacturer’s Technical Manual Combat Systems Operational Sequencing System (CSOSS) User’s Manual SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. 201.1.1 What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the effect on system operation if this component fails? What is the function of each position? Questions AB ABEFG ABCDEFG ABCEFG ABCDEFG ABDEFG ABCEFG AB ABF ABF ABF ABF ABDFH ABFH ABF ABDG ABDH ABF ABF ABDG

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Radars [ref. a, ch. 5; ref. b] a. Modulator b. Transmitter c. Antenna assemblies d. Receiver e. Indicator f. Power supply unit Radar repeater [ref. a, ch. 6; ref. b] a. Intensity control knob b. Video gain control knob c. Focus control knob d. Auxiliary intensity control knobs e. Range scale control knob f. Range ring selector switch g. Illumination control knobs h. Main power switch i. Remote power switch j. Range strobe control knob k. Bearing cursor control knob l. Off-center control knob

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IFF equipment [ref. a, ch. 7; ref. b] a. Interrogator (master and remote) b. Transponder (master and remote) c. Responder Radar control unit [ref. a, ch. 5; ref. b] a. STC controls b. Antijam controls c. Pulse selection switch d. Pulse repetition rate control knob e. Main power switch f. MTI controls g. Remote power switch ARPA [ref. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Questions AB ABCDFGH ABCGH ABGH AB ABDFGH ABDEFGH ABGH ABGH ABC ABDFGH ABDG AB

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AN/SPQ-9 [ref. a, ch. 5] Commercial radar [ref. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Questions ABCD ABCD

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SYSTEM INTERFACE How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: a. b. c. d. .2 Loss of chill water [ref. b] Loss of 60/400 Hz power [ref. b] Variations in environmental/weather conditions [ref. a, ch. 5] Loss of dry air [refs. c, d]

How does this system interface with the following: a. b. c. Combat systems [ref. b] VMS [ref. c] Situational awareness system [ref. c]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 201.5 201.5.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to: [ref. a, ch. 5] a. b. c. d. Antenna maintenance Electronic maintenance Operations Man aloft

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References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] 202.1 NAVEDTRA 14203, Operations Specialist 2 Ship's Information Book (SIB) NWP 3-20.6 (Series), Ship's Class Tactical Manual OPNAVINST 5100.19D (Change 1), Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat NAVEDTRA 14204, Operations Specialist 3 Combat Systems Operational Sequencing System (CSOSS) User’s Manual NAVEDTRA 14000, Fire Controlman, Vol. 3 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. 202.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9 .10 .11 .12 What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the effect on system operation if this component fails? What is the function of each position? How does this component interface with the total NTDS? Questions A ABCDEFGH ABDEFH ADEFH ADEFH ABCDEFH ABCDEFH ABCDEFGH ABEFH ABCDEFH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH

NTDS [ref. e, ch. 1] Computer group [ref. a, ch. 8; ref. b] Operational program [ref. a, ch. 8; ref. b] Sensor inputs (radar/IFF/sonar/EW) [ref. a, ch.8] Ship's parameter inputs (SINS/gyro/EM log/anemometer) [ref. a, ch.8] Signal conversion equipment [ref. a, ch. 8; ref. b] System monitoring unit (SMP/EQCC/SMS/CDLMS) [refs. a, ch.8; b, f] Data utilization/input consoles [ref. a, ch. 8; ref. b] Universal keyset [ref. a, ch. 8; ref. b] Data transmission group [ref. a, ch. 8; ref. b] BVP [ref. a, ch. 8; ref. b] Auto detector tracker [ref. a, ch. 8; ref. b]

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POFA [ref. a, ch. 8; ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Questions ABDFGH

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PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system's function? [ref. a, ch. 8] Draw a diagram of this system. [ref. g, ch. 1] What is the sequence of component involvement to: [ref. c] a. b. c. .4 DTE a sequence for an air contact DTE a surface contact DTE a subsurface contact

What indications are received if the system is malfunctioning? [ref. f] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed. SYSTEM INTERFACE How does this system interface with shipboard weapons systems? [ref. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. Key light [ref. Dial-type channel selector b. ch. F. G.203 203 NAVAL COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] 203. 3] d. e.1 NAVEDTRA 14189. 1] Radiotelephone speakers and amplifier control units (bridge & CIC) [ref. Operation light CIC communications patch panels [ref. ch. Channel indicator dial c. E.6 (Series). 3] Radio set control unit [ref. ch. Handset connection [ref. Operational light [ref. e. ch. Ship's Class Tactical Manual Ship's Information Book (SIB) NAVEDTRA 14204. 3] a. e. c] 188 .2 . 3] Remote control/indicator unit [ref. ch.1 . B.1. NEETS Module 17--Radio Frequency Communications Principles NAVMACS II System SOP NWP 3-20. 3] c. C. e. ch. c. ref. ch. e. a. Operations Specialist 3 INMARSAT (B)/High Speed Data (HSD) IT21 User’s Handbook SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment.5 Naval communications system [ref. e.3 What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the effect on system operation if this component fails? What is the function of each position? Questions A ABDEF ABDEF AB AB AB AB ABDEF ABG AB AB ABCDEF . D. Volume control knob [ref. 3] b. c] a.4 . 203.

203 203. a.13 . ch. c] c. c.3 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system's function? [ref. f] VHF [ref. b. ch.18 . ch. a.1.1 .16 . f. ch. 3] a. d. 9. ref. refs. ref. 3] Receiver/transmitter [ref. a. 1] Using a diagram of the system. 10] InMARSAT [ref.1] EHF [ref. 1] a.15 . 2] NAVMACS II [ref. a. ch. a. a. h] SHF [ref.11 . chs. ref. 1. a. i] Commercial wideband satellite system [ref. c] b.8 NAVAL COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (CONT’D) Questions Secure voice communications control units [ref. j] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABDEF ABCDEF ABDEF AB AB AB ABEF ABCDEF ABEF ABEF ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG . chs. 3. 8] SAS [ref.14 .10 .2 .19 203. a. Omnidirectional [ref. ch. Unidirectional [ref.17 . show the path of: [ref. a. b. 7. 9. chs. a. 3] Coupler/multicoupler [ref. c. a. a.3. ref. e. [ref. a. f. 10. Directional [ref. 3.9 . f] ADNS [ref. Voice message from antenna to handset Voice message from handset to antenna Hardcopy message from antenna to keyboard Hardcopy message from keyboard to antenna E-mail message from antenna to keyboard E-mail message from keyboard to antenna ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 189 .12 .2 203. chs. c] Draw a block diagram of this system. ch. ch. a. c] Teletype/teleprinter [ref. ch. 4.7 . ch. Glossary] Antennas [ref.6 . 10] Gateguard [ref.

1 NAVAL COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (CONT’D) PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref. ref. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 203. 7.4 203. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 190 . .2 Variations in atmospheric conditions Variations in ship's geographic position How does this system interface with the cryptographic equipment? [ref. 5] a.3 203. b. SYSTEM INTERFACE How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: [ref.5 203. ch. ch.4. a. b. ch.5.203 203. b.

10 What is its function? Where is it located? What is the effect on system operation if this component fails? Questions A ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC Naval gun system [ref. bore. 6] Barrel (breech. ch.8 .2. ref. 6] Cease fire alarm [ref. 6] Ammunition transfer system [ref. ch. ch. 6. B.6 . b] Salvo alarm [ref. 4. ch. a. 8. chamber. U. Change 13). 204. chs. ref. 6] Gas ejection system [ref.1 . b] Firing cutout cams [ref. 11] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 204. a. Navy Ordnance Safety Precautions NAVSEA SW300-BC-SAF-010. show the path of ammunition from the magazine to the barrel. a.2 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system's function? [ref. a.9 .01 (Rev.S. a. muzzle) [ref.2 204. Navy Combatant Ships NAVSEA OP 3347 (Rev. 2.4 . ch. 6] Recoil/counter-recoil system [ref. 6] Training circle [ref.7 .1 NAVEDTRA 14324. ch. 6] Firing mechanisms [ref. C. [ref.5 . A). 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 191 . ch. a. Clearing of Live Ammunition From Guns SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. ch. a. 6. a.1.2 . identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A.3 . Characteristics and Capabilities of U. ch. ch.204 204 NAVAL GUN SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] 204. a.1 . Gunner's Mate Ship's Information Book (SIB) NWP 1-11. a. ch. 6] Using a diagram of the system. a.S. a.

e. d. b. 2] Check sight [ref. ch. ch. ref. B] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 204. B. h.3 NAVAL GUN SYSTEM (CONT’D) PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed. 1] Firing cutout cams [ref. e. app.5. 3] Train circle [ref. 2. c. What is the rate of fire (maximum/sustained)? What is the maximum/minimum range? What is the maximum effective range? What is the number of ready service rounds available? Questions ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD 204. a. d.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to: a. 1] Train warning bell [ref. i. B] 76 mm/62 MK 75 [ref. ch. answer the following questions: A. b] Cease fire alarm [ref. ch. c. a. ch.1 . d.3.4 204.204 204.2 SYSTEM INTERFACE How does the loss of electrical power affect the operation of this system? [ref.5 204. B] 20 mm vulcan phalanx (CIWS) [ref. e. 6. 2. ch.5. 1] Salvo alarm [ref. ch. app. d. f.4 5"/54 MK 45 [ref. B] 5”/62 MK-45 [ref. ch.2 . e. a. c. ch. ch.3 . ref. D. a.1 . d. ch. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 204. 12. d. 3] Ammunition handling [ref. ref. c. app. ch. d. g. a. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 192 . app. 2] Hot gun procedures/misfire . ch. ref. ch. ch. Gun exercise prefire requirements [ref.hangfire [ref. c. 5. ref. 5] How does this system interface with fire control systems? [ref. C. a.

e] Director [ref. e] Computer [ref. ch. h. app. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. a.205 205 GUN AND MISSILE FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] 205.S.S.14 What is its function? Where is it located? What is the effect on system operation if this component fails? What are the major components of the systems? Questions A ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD Gun and missile FCS [ref. c.10 .4 . ch. 2. a. B] MK 34 FCS [refs. ch. B] MK 91 GMFCS [ref. f. B. e] Target designation systems/NTDS [ref. a.9 . ch. ch. 205. ref. Navy Combatant Ships SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. a. ref. U. D. Gunner's Mate Jane's Fighting Ships. ref. Fire Controlman. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 193 . Navy Ordnance Safety Precautions NWP 65-0-1.2 . Change 13).13 . Vol. d.12 . Antiair Warfare NAVSEA OP 3347 (Rev. ch. a. h. ref. B] MK 92 FCS [ref. ch. a. 5] MK 15 CIWS [ref. ch. Characteristics and Capabilities of U. e] Radar console [ref. app.5 . app. C. 9] Television optical system/ROS [ref.01. ch.1 NAVEDTRA 14324. 3] MK 86 GFCS [ref. 9. 02-Fire Control Systems and Radar Fundamentals Ship’s Combat Systems Doctrine (Class Specific) Ship's Information Book (SIB) NWP 3-01. h. 9. ch.7 . a.1 . 1995-96 (98th Edition) NAVEDTRA 14099A.1. 9.3 .11 . 9] Weapons control stations [ref. e] Stable element [ref. 3] MK 99 GMFCS [ref. b. 9.6 .8 .

a.2.3 205.5. app.2 .1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref. g] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 194 . ch. ch. 9] What is the sequence of component involvement to accomplish target detection.3 GUN AND MISSILE FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM (CONT’D) PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system's function? [ref. a. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 205. d] a. B] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 205.1 .4.1 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS What is the acquisition range of the gun and missile fire control systems? [ref. and engagement? [ref.1. f. b.2 205.4 205.7 interface with the following: [ref. 10.2 through 205.1 SYSTEM INTERFACE How do the FCS’s listed in 205.1. a.5 205. [ref.205 205. ch. designation. Gun system Missile system ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 205.3. ref. 9] Draw a diagram of this system.

U. Gunner's Mate M 3 & 2 NWP 3-03.1 . 7] A.S.1. ch. 2. 206. ch. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: [ref. Surface Ship Harpoon Employment Manual NAVSEA OP 3347 (Rev.3 .4 . D. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 195 . Tomahawk Land Attack Missile (TLAM C/D) Employment Manual NTTP 3-20. Gunner's Mate NAVEDTRA 14109. UC-1 Ship’s Combat Systems Doctrine (Class Specific) SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment.01. e. C. Navy Ordnance Safety Precautions NAVEDTRA 14324.2 206.71A.2C. B. e. Antiair Warfare NTTP 3-03.5 What is its function? Where is it located? What is the effect on system operation if this component fails? What is the source of control signals? Questions A AB ABC ABCD ABCD Naval missile system Warhead section Propulsion section Control section Guidance section ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 206.2. Change 13).206 206 NAVAL MISSILE SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] 206.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system's function? [ref. Tomahawk Land Attack Missile (TLAM) Launch Platform and Weapons Systems Tactics.2 .1 NWP 3-01.1E.

2. ch.4 . a. a. f. chs. G.3. ch. 3] Stinger [ref.3 NAVAL MISSILE SYSTEM (CONT’D) PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed. E. ref. F.1 . 3] Sea sparrow [ref. 3] Standard missile [ref. B. g] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 206. ch.4. 4 thru 6. 7] How does this system interface with the following: [ref. 7] Harpoon [ref. answer the following questions: A. ch. NTDS WDS/WCS SSDS ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 196 . H. b. ch. c. 9] a. app. c.5 .206 206. a. b. B] Tomahawk missile [ref.4 206.2 . D. e. C.3 . What is the minimum and maximum range? What type of guidance/FCS is employed? What is its antisurface capability? What is the low-flyer/ASMD capability? What type of warhead(s) is (are) carried? What is the speed of this missile? What is the associated flight profile? What is (are) the associated launching system(s)? Questions ABCDEFH ABCDEFH ABCDEFH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH 206. a.2 SYSTEM INTERFACE How do environmental conditions affect the operation of this system? [ref.1 . ch.6 RAM [ref.

e. c. ch.1 NAVAL MISSILE SYSTEM (CONT’D) SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to: a. a.5. b. A. 6] Missile dud procedures [ref. 4] Launcher training circle [ref.5 206. h. e.206 206. ch. e. d. h] Booster exhaust [ref. e. 14] Launcher training bell [ref. 6] HERO restrictions [ref. ref. ch. ch. ch. e. app. h] Safety corridors for friendly aircraft when firing missiles [ref. including self-destruct procedures [ref. d. Missile firing. A] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 197 . 1] Booster drop zone [ref. e. f. g. app.

ch. AN/SQR-4 data links [ref. AN/SQS-56 Towed array sonars [ref. b.3 . 207. 2] f. b. XBT [ref. 2] c.5. h] 198 .1. C. SIMAS II [ref. b. AN/SLQ-25 NIXIE [ref. 13] Hull mounted sonars [ref. b. B] a. PC IMAT [ref. AN/SQR-17 b. Surface Ship Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Principles Ship's Class Tactical Manual NTTP 3-15. ch. WECAN [ref. app. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. Organic Mine Countermeasures (OMCM) NWP 3-15.22. 4] d. a. B] a. Surface Mine Countermeasures Operations (SMCM) NWP 3-15. app. ch. Sonobuoys [ref.2 .1 NAVEDTRA 14309. g] g. b. D. Integrated Undersea Surveillance Systems Operations NWP 61. b. B. B] b.4 . 4] e. a. AN/SQQ-28 AN/SQQ-89 [ref. app.21. a.1 .207 207 SURFACE SHIP SONAR SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] 207.6 What is its function? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the characteristics of this component? What are the capabilities of this component? Questions A A ABCD ABCD A ABCD A AD AD ACD A A A A AB AD AD Surface ship sonar [ref. B] a. ch. app. a. AN/SQR-19 Narrowband processors [ref. AN/SQS-53 b. B] Sonar auxiliaries: a. AMCM Operations Navywide OPTASK ASW Manufacturer’s Technical Manual SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment.5 . ch. app.

b. C. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD 207. answer the following questions: A.3 .3 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed.2 207. B] AN/SQR-19 [ref.4 . D. AN/SQQ-32(V) VDS [ref.2. b. e] c. e] AN/AQS-20 (remote minehunting system) [ref. b.2 . b. d] b. app. f] d. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 199 . ch. B] AN/SQQ-32(V) [ref.5 AN/SQS-53 [ref.1. B.1 SYSTEM INTERFACE Discuss the deployment of these systems in the TF.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How are the various components integrated in the AN/SQQ-89 system? [ref. app. B] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 207.207 207. AN/AQS-20 [ref.4 207.4. Kingfisher [ref. b.7 SURFACE SHIP SONAR SYSTEM (CONT’D) Questions Minehunting/avoidance sonar: a. What speeds are required to launch and retrieve the towed array? What is the maximum operating speed? What is the maximum tow depth? What is the maximum tow cable length? Questions B B ABCD ABC ABCD 207. AN/AQS-14 [ref. f] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 207.3. app. B] AN/SQS-56 [ref. app.1 . [ref.

2 The SDRW pressurization system Diving operations Streaming a towed body or array What maneuvering restrictions apply while towed body or array is being towed or is deployed? [ref. b.207 207. c] a. c. . c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 200 .5 207.1 SURFACE SHIP SONAR SYSTEM (CONT’D) SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to: [ref.5.

6 .208 208 SURFACE SHIP ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE (ASW) WEAPONS SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] 208. C. 2] VLA [ref. a. chs.2 . Safety. 2] MK 50 torpedo [ref. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 201 . 2). 208. 2] MK 46 torpedo [ref. Otto Fuel II. MK 309 SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment.8 What is its function? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the characteristics of this component? What are the capabilities of this component? Questions A ABCD ABCD AB AB A A ABCD Surface ship ASW weapons system [ref. 1. a.7 . 1.1 COMSURFWARDEVGRU TACMGMO TM 3-21. a. h] MK 309 fire control panel [ref.4 . Mod 7 SW180-A4-OPI-010. D. Functional Introduction into VLS Ship’s Class Tactical Manual NAVSEA S6340-AA-MMA-010 (Rev. secs. chs. 1. Attack and Evasion Tactics Manual NAVSEA SW394-AF-MMO-030.1 .19D (Change 1). i] MK 41 VLS [ref. and Handling Instruction OPNAVINST 5100. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A.5 . MK 116. Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat Manufacturer's Technical Manual SW181-A7-OPI-010. chs. chs. Stowage. 1. 2] MK 116 UBFCS [refs.1. chs. 1. MK 116. a. b.2-98. Mod 4 NAVSEA OP 4407. B. a. 1 thru 4] MK 32 SVTT [ref. g.3 .

answer the following questions: [ref.3. f] How are assignments and target designation information processed from the sensor to the weapon? [ref.4 MK 46 torpedo (surface launch) MK 46 torpedo (VLS) MK 46 torpedo (air launch) MK 50 torpedo ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 208. 2] A. What types of propulsion are used? What are the weapon's speed capabilities? What are the minimum and maximum search and attack depth settings? What is the method of homing? What is the acquisition range? What are the minimum and maximum effective firing ranges? What are the run characteristics? Questions ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG 208. D.1 SURFACE SHIP ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE (ASW) WEAPONS SYSTEM (CONT’D) PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref.3 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed. F.2 208. c. B. E.1 .208 208. C. chs. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 208.2.4.1 . c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 202 .4 208. a. 1. G.2 .3 .2 SYSTEM INTERFACE How does this system interface with the CDS and WCS? [refs.

e. d. b.5. ch. C9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 203 .208 208. ch. C23] Lithium [ref.1 SURFACE SHIP ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE (ASW) WEAPONS SYSTEM (CONT’D) SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to: a. 1-5] HP air [ref. c.5 208. ch. e. Otto fuel [ref.

ref.15 . ch. Electronics Warfare Technician 3 & 2 Ship's Combat Systems Doctrine (Class Specific) OPNAVINST 5100. ref. g. 6. g. ch. 6] Giant/torch [ref. a. app. Naval Information Warfare Commanders Manual SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. Electronics Warfare Technician 1 & C NWP 1-11. g.5 . identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. a. f. g. ref. D] TRDF [ref.6 . g. D] AN/SLQ-49 (rubber duck) [ref.01 (Rev. Electronic Warfare Coordination NAVEDTRA 14096. f. ch.2. ref. app.19D (Change 1). 3] AN/SLA-10B blanker [ref. combat DF [ref. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 204 . app. 3] Mk 36 SRBOC DLS [ref. g. ch. B] AN/SLQ-17 [ref. g. Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat NAVEDTRA 14095. app. e. B] AN/SRS-1. ch.209 209 INFORMATION WARFARE (IW) SYSTEMS References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] 209. 6] AN/ULQ-16 [ref.14 . ref.1.17 What is its function? Where is it located? Questions A AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB IW systems [ref. D] AN/SSQ-72 outboard [ref.4 . D] NULKA [ref.3 .S. e. app.13 . e. 3. D] PCMS [ref. app. f. e. E. D] AN/SLQ-32 [ref. b. c] Mk 53 NULKA DLS [ref.10 . 3] AN/ALQ-142 [ref. a. E. 209. ch. 3.16 .11 .12 . app. a.2 .7 .1 NWP 3-13. e. Characteristics and Capabilities of U. Navy Combatant Ships NTTP 3-13.8 . app. ref. D] SRBOC [ref. A). app. D] NATO sea gant [ref. ch. ch. app.1. app.1 . g.9 . app. B.13.

3] AN/SLQ-32(V)4 [ref.3. app. ch. ch. e. ref. g.4. ch.9 . B.3 . a.2 209. 3] AN/SLQ-32(V)5 [ref.6 .209 209. ch. b. b. C.10 .1 . ref. ch.7 . ch. app. g.5 . e.2 . e. app. ch. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 209. 3] SRBOC [ref. g. 3] AN/SLQ-32(V)3 [ref. ref. answer the following questions: A. D] AN/ALR-142 [ref.12 AN/SLQ-32(V]1 [ref. D. 4. ch. app. 3] AN/SSQ-72 outboard [ref. ch. ref. ch. B. g. 3] AN/SLQ-17 [ref. c. E. ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 205 . 3] AN/SLQ-32(V)2 [ref. e. f. D] TRDF [ref.4 209. [ref.4 . What is the frequency range? What is the bearing/DF capability? What display is available? What is the EA capability? What is the maximum separation between ships when using this decoy? Questions ABC ABC ABCD ABCD ABCD ABC ABC ABC AD DE ADE ABC 209. apps. 3] NULKA [ref. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 209.1 INFORMATION WARFARE (IW) SYSTEMS (CONT’D) PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION What is the sequence of component involvement to accomplish shipboard IWS? [ref. e. E] AN/SLQ-49 [ref.3 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed. e.2. ref.3 SYSTEM INTERFACE How does IW data interface with CDS. e. B.11 . ch. e. a. ch. c. 8] How is AN/ALQ-142 information interfaced with the ship? [ref.8 . 4. e.2 .1 . D] How is IWS data interfaced with other weapons systems in non-NTDS ships? [ref.

d. ch.5 209. C14] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 206 .209 209.5.1 INFORMATION WARFARE (IW) SYSTEMS (CONT’D) SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to loading and firing SRBOC? [ref.

g] 207 .1. CCS (gas turbine) [refs. a. Aftersteering Propulsion system: a. ref. ch.2 .5 . c] Alarms: [ref. 210. ch. ref.210 210 SHIP CONTROL SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] 210. e. 2.8 Ship control system [ref. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. Seaman Ship's Information Book (SIB) Engineering Operational Sequencing System (EOSS) Shiphandling for the Mariner.4 . D. ch. ref.1 . 2. b] b. (Stavridis). CCS/main control c.6 . ch. Bridge b. e. 2. c] a. EOT/POT (steam) [ref. b. SCC (gas turbine/diesel/VSP) [ref. ch. ch. 1] Navigation equipment [ref. a. (MacElrevey). ref. C. 3rd Edition NAVEDTRA 14204. hc. b] Communications equipment [ref. 2] Steering system: [ref. a. Aftersteering Information and display equipment [ref.1 NAVEDTRA 14067. b. ch. Operations Specialist 3 Watch Officers Guide. a. b. 2. a. 3] IBS [ref. c] d. ref. a. b] a. Main control (steam/diesel) [refs.7 . 2. ref. Bridge b. b] c. 14th Edition Manufacturer’s Technical Manual SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. B.3 What is its function? Where is it located? What are the modes of operation or control? What is the effect on system operation if this component fails? Questions A ABCD ABCD ABD ABCD ABD ABD AB AB AB AB AB AB ABCD . b.

f. chemical. and helo crash alarms? [ref.1. b. ref. .10 SHIP CONTROL SYSTEM (CONT’D) APU [ref. b] a.1 . 8] Bowthrusters [ref. Shifting steering control from the bridge to aftersteering Responding to a propulsion system casualty Transferring throttle control between stations Breaking shaft(s) free pierside ___________________________________ (Signature and Date 208 . c] What safety precautions must be observed when: [ref. collision.3 210. ref.210 210. [ref.4 Steering system from the bridge to the aftersteering Propulsion control (GT) from the SCC to PACC to the PLCC What is the override priority of the general. b.2 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION Draw a diagram of the major equipment. ch. show the path and the control hierarchy of: [ref. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Questions ABCD ABCD 210. d. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 210. ch.4 210. b] Using a diagram of the system.9 . c] a. ch.2 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.5 210. indicators and alarms on the bridge.3 . b.2. SYSTEM INTERFACE – None to be discussed.1 . 15] What indications will you receive if the system is malfunctioning? [ref. d. d. c.2 210.5. b.

a] Electric brake [ref. D.2. b.1 . ch. SYSTEM INTERFACE – None to be discussed. a] Controller [ref.2 . 211. c. C.19D (Change 1). Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat NSTM S9086-TW-STM-010/CH-582R1.6 . a] Mechanical brake [ref. B.7 What is its function? Where is it located? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What are the modes of operation or control? Questions A ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABD AB Anchor windlass system [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 211. c.3 . a] Wildcat engage/disengage wheel [ref.2 211.211 211 ANCHOR WINDLASS SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] 211. 4] Control boxes [ref. ch.1 Ship's Information Book (SIB) Ship's Drawings NAVEDTRA 14343. e.1. Mooring and Towing SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. a. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A.5 .1 211. 209 . 4] Capstan/gypsyhead [refs. ch. c.4 .3 211. 4] PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed. ref. Boatswain's Mate OPNAVINST 5100.4 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref.

2. d. ref. c. C5] Tattletale line [ref.5 211. C6] Handling a mooring line [ref. ch.211 211. ch. c. d. a] Nylon mooring line under heavy strain [ref. c. Personnel during operation of this system [ref. d. ch. 2] Overstressing synthetic lines [ref. 2. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 210 . b.1 ANCHOR WINDLASS SYSTEM (CONT’D) SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to: a. ch. ref. d. ch. e. c. ch. c. f. ch. C5] Working synthetic and natural fiber lines together [ref.5.

b. C4. a] Anchor chain [ref. Bitter end (weak link assembly) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 212. Link b. b.6 What is its function? Where is it located? Questions A AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB AB Anchor system [ref. a. f] a. Ch. refs. Seaman OPNAVINST 5100. a] Anchor [refs.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION What is the sequence of component involvement to accomplish: [ref. a] a.1. 4 NAVEDTRA 14067. ch.212 212 ANCHOR SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] 212.2 212.5 . Chain swivel d.2 .1 NAVEDTRA 14343. Chain stopper e. d] Chain locker [ref. Detachable link c. B. ch.4 . Anchoring NSTM S9086-TW-STM-010/CH-582R1. d] Anchor windlass [ref. c. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. Mooring and Towing SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment.3 .19D (Change 1).2. 6] Hawse/spill pipe [ref. c.1 . Boatswain's Mate. 212. e. Brake release method Anchoring in deep water Weighing anchor ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 211 . Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat Ship's Information Book (SIB) NSTM S9086-TV-STM-000/CH-581.

ref.212 212.3.1 SYSTEM INTERFACE – None to be discussed. ch.3 Length of anchor chain(s) Weight of anchor(s) Heaving in speed of windlass ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 212.5.3 ANCHOR SYSTEM (CONT’D) PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed. d] A. What is the normal operating value? Questions A A A 212. a. answer the following questions: [ref. C5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 212 .5 212.4 212. c.2 . SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply when operating this system: [ref.1 .

e] b. ch.1 NWP 4-01. a. a. e] a. e] b.1 . b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 213. 6. a. ref. 213. ch. 6. Synthetic high line [ref. b. ch. Receiving a rig Hooking up a rig Transfer operations Receiving/transferring personnel Disconnecting the rig 213 . e. b.4. Underway Replenishment SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. 6.2 213. chs. refs.19D (Change 1). STREAM [ref. ch. Underway Replenishment Ship's Information Book (SIB) OPNAVINST 5100. ch. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. e] a. a. a. 1] Fueling rigs [ref. 6. ch. refs. a. 5. b.3 What is its function? What stations on your ship are capable of receiving/sending this type of rig? What is the maximum capacity of this rig? Questions A A AB AB A ABC ABC CONREP [ref.213 213 CONNECTED UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT (CONREP) SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] 213. ref. a.1. refs. 6. e] a.2 . e] Solid cargo/personnel transfer rigs [ref. b. c. Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat Engineering Operational Sequencing System (EOSS) NSTM S9086-TK-STM-010/CH-571R1. d. b. ch. refs. B.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION What is the sequence of component involvement to accomplish: [ref. 5. b.2. a. STREAM [ref. Astern [ref. 8. C. refs.

4 213.213 213. c.1 CONNECTED UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT (CONREP) SYSTEM (CONT’D) f. c. g. SYSTEM INTERFACE How does this system interface with the following: [ref. a. b. Fuel transfer systems Potable water system Feed water ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 213.3 213.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref. d] a.5 213. C3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 214 . Normal breakaway procedures Emergency breakaway procedures ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 213.4. ch.5.1 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed. 8. ref. ch.2.

2 . 3-4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 214.1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION What is the sequence of component involvement to accomplish: a.19D (Change 1). Navy (SORM) Ship’s Information Book (SIB) OPNAVINST 5100. 9] CONREP conning [ref. ch. b. c. ch.2. b. a. 4th Edition Shiphandling for the Mariner (MacElrevey). 3rd Edition NWP 4-01. 8] Buoy mooring [ref. Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment.1 Shiphandling system [ref.S. 1] Controllable forces [ref. ch. 2] Uncontrollable forces [ref. d. 9] 1. b. ch.1.4 . Underway Replenishment OPNAVINST 3120. a. Approach 2.5 What is its function? What is the effect? Questions A AB AB AB AB 214.32C (Change 5). 2] Communications [ref. 3-4] Watchstations [ref.3 .4. d. B. ch. ch.214 214 SHIPHANDLING SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] Naval Shiphandling (Crenshaw).2 214. b. Breakaway 215 . Standard Organization and Regulations Manual of the U. 214. a. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. Tensioning/detensioning 3. ch. ch.1 . Anchoring [ref.

ch. ch. c.4 214. b] 1. c. Another ship-at-anchor [ch. 214. b.1 What is the normal operating value? What are the allowable operating limits? Where are the parameters sensed or monitored? What is the physical location of the indicators? What is the alarm set point? Questions ABCDE ABCDE Controllable forces Uncontrollable forces SYSTEM INTERFACE How does this system interface with the following: [ref. d.4. 3-4] a. answer the following questions: [ref.2 214.3 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed. 5-6] Mooring [ref. Mooring alongside [ref. ch. 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 214. b. C5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 216 . Communications Watchstations 214. a.3. Pier [ch. ref. c.214 214. 2. ch.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What safety precautions must be observed when: a. ch. C5] Performing CONREP [ref. C.5.1 .1 SHIPHANDLING SYSTEM (CONT’D) d. Anchoring [ref. ch. E. e. b. f. 9] Mediterranean moor [ref. B. e] A. 4-6] 2. D.5 214.2.

B] ALMDS [ref. D] OASIS [ref.3 . c. B. ch.9 . C. app.1 .21. identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A.10 .2 . ch.1.12 . ch.215 215 MINE WARFARE (MIW) WEAPONS SYSTEM References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] 215. d. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 217 .4 .6 . ch. b. app. d. c. 3] MP-2 bomblet [ref. a. 3] Marine mammal system [ref. c. ch. Mine Warfare NTTP 3-15. c. Organic Mine Countermeasures (OMCM) NTTP 3-15. F] Influence sweep [ref. app. 1] EOD detachments [ref. app. b.13 . 3] MP-1 cutter arm [ref. ch. 215. Surface Mine Countermeasures Operations (SMCM) NWP 3-15.7 . 3] Mechanical sweep [ref. D. C] AMNS [ref.1 NWP 3-15. c. E] RMS [ref. app.14 What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? Questions A ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD AD ABD MIW weapons system [ref. e] RAMICS [ref.8 . 3] MP-3 bomblet [ref. c. Underwater Mine Countermeasures (UMCM) Manufacturer’s Technical Manual SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment. ch.11 .23. 4] AN/SLQ-48 MNV [ref. ch. b. c.5.5 .

10 .6 . 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 215.3 .2 215.215 215. app. B] ALMDS [ref. D] OASIS [ref. E] RMS [ref. app.2. c. C] AMNS [ref. c.3 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS For the items listed. ch. e] RAMICS [ref. b. What mine types are these weapons designed for? What are the weapons firing capabilities? What are the weapons minimum and maximum effective depths? Questions ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC AC AC ABC AC AC AC 215.1 MINE WARFARE (MIW) WEAPONS SYSTEM (CONT’D) PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. B. a.3.5 . app. ch. app. ch. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 218 . b. ch. app. c.7 .2 . F] Influence sweep [ref. 3] Mechanical sweep [ref. b. 3] Marine mammal system [ref.11 MP-1 cutter arm [ref.4 . 3] MP-3 bomblet [ref. c. d. b.8 .9 . answer the following questions: A. ch. ch. 3] MP-2 bomblet [ref. c. C.1 .

6] EOD detachments [ref. ch. c. systems interface with the MH-60 helicopter? [ref.4 215.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS What special safety precautions apply to: a.1 . OASIS. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 219 .5.4 MINE WARFARE (MIW) WEAPONS SYSTEM (CONT’D) SYSTEM INTERFACE How does the RMS system interfaces with the AN/SQQ-89 system? [ref. app. e] AMNS [ref. b. d. c. B through F] How does the MP explosive interface with the MNS? [ref.3 . b. AMNS. ch. 3] How does the MCM sweep systems interface with the deploying platform? [ref. d.215 215. ch. d.4. e] Marine mammals [ref. F] How does RAMICS. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 215.5 215. ALMDS. b. app. c. MP’s [ref. ch.2 .

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1 INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS 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. which is the practical factors portion of your qualification. Prior to signing off each prerequisite line item. Before starting your assigned tasks. which are items that must be certified completed before you can begin qualification for a particular watchstation. watchstation qualifications from other PQS books.300 300. • 221 . or watchstation qualifications from this book. which is used to obtain the required signatures for approval and recording of Final Qualification. Prerequisites may include schools. a QUALIFICATION PROGRESS SUMMARY will appear at the end of the Standard. WATCHSTATION Performance. not the sign-off date. Satisfactory completion of all prerequisites is required prior to achievement of final watchstation qualification. 300. systems. It allows you to practice the tasks required for your watchstation and to handle abnormal conditions and emergencies. 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. the Qualifier must verify completion from existing records. Record the date of actual completion. you must complete the prerequisites that pertain to the performance of that particular task. PREREQUISITES. and fundamentals.2 FORMAT Each watchstation in this section contains: • • A FINAL QUALIFICATION PAGE.

222 . The only proper sources of this information are the technical manuals.300 300. 300. 300.6 HOW TO COMPLETE After completing the required prerequisites applicable to a particular task. you may be required to discuss such items with your Qualifier. some items listed in each watchstation may be too hazardous or time consuming to perform or simulate. Under qualified supervision: You will perform the duties and tasks of the watchstation with minor guidance from a qualified watchstander or supervisor.3 INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS (CONT’D) 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. Thus. You may then be required to stand a watch or a number of watches to earn qualification.4 DISCUSSION ITEMS Though actual performance of evolutions is always preferable to observation or discussion. 300. Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) or other policy-making documents prepared for a specific installation or a piece of equipment.5 NUMBERING Each Final Qualification is assigned both a watchstation number and a NAVEDTRA Final Qualification number. and squadron to squadron based upon such factors as mission requirements. Additionally. 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. Engineering Operational Sequencing System (EOSS). you may perform the task under the supervision of a qualified watchstander. If you satisfactorily perform the task and can explain each step. This is intended to be a one-on-one training situation. the level of accuracy required of a trainee may vary from school to school. Therefore. your Qualifier will sign you off for that task. ship to ship. The NAVEDTRA number is to be used for recording qualifications in service and training records. 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. your Qualifier will verify Final Qualification by signing and dating the Final Qualification pages. proficiency may be confirmed only through demonstrated performance at a level of competency sufficient to satisfy the Commanding Officer. After all line items have been completed.

however. The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation.FINAL QUALIFICATION 301 NAVEDTRA 43101-4F SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) RATE/RANK____________________ NAME______________________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). RECOMMENDED________________________________________ Department Head RECOMMENDED________________________________________ Senior Watch Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________ Executive Officer QUALIFIED_____________________________________________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative DATE______________ DATE______________ DATE______________ DATE______________ SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________ DATE______________ 223 . The examination or checkout need not cover every item. or by observation of performance aboard or in a high fidelity trainer. Recommend designation as a qualified SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (NAVEDTRA 43101-4F). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. Should supervisors give away their signatures. a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations.

1.3 FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 101 Safety Precautions Completed ___________________________________ .1 SCHOOLS: GCCS-M Watch Officer Course (A-150-2960) (RECOMMENDED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) . 301 Communications Security Material System (CMS) User Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Decoy Launching Systems (NAVEDTRA 43341-D). 301.5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 224 . THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION. 301. 301 GCCS-M Operator (RECOMMENDED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) .1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS. 304 MK 164 Bridge Launcher Control Panel Operator Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) GCCS-M (NAVEDTRA 43555-IB).2 PQS QUALIFICATIONS: Communications Security Material System (CMS) (NAVEDTRA 43462-B).301 WATCHSTATION 301 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) Estimated completion time: 6 months NOTE: EITHER GCCS-M (NAVEDTRA 43555-1B) OR GCCS-M WATCH OFFICER COURSE (A-150-2960) SHOULD BE COMPLETED.

5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 104 Combat Information Center (CIC) Mission Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 225 .3 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) 102 Composite Warfare Command (CWC) Concept Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 110 Combat Information Center (CIC) Special Evolutions Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 103 Operational Reports Completed ___________________________________ .1.5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 107 Combat Information Center (CIC) Publications and Logs Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 106 Combat Information Center (CIC) Watch Organization and Personnel Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 108 Radar Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 105 Combat Information Center (CIC) Plotting Procedures and Displays Completed ___________________________________ .301 301.5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 109 Naval Tactical Data System (NTDS)/Combat Direction System (CDS) Completed ___________________________________ .

S.5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 116 Naval Gun and Ammunition Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 115 U. Naval Assets Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 114 Signal Security Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 113 Radio Propagation Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 119 Air Defense (AD)/Antiship Missile Defense (ASMD) Completed ___________________________________ .3 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) 111 Naval Communications Completed ___________________________________ .301 301.5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 226 .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 118 Naval Missile Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 117 Gunfire Control Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 112 Maneuvering Board Completed ___________________________________ .1.

1.301 301.3 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) 120 Surface Warfare (SUW) Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 127 Electronic Warfare (EW) Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 126 Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Tactics Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 227 .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 123 Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Communications Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 124 Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Organization Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 128 Electronic Support (ES) Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 125 Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Aircraft and Sonobuoy Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 122 Sonar Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 121 Propagation of Sound in Water Completed ___________________________________ .

5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 134 Mine Countermeasure Completed ___________________________________ .3 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) 129 Electronic Attack (EA) Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 137 Amphibious Landing Craft Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 136 Amphibious Warfare Operations Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 228 .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 130 Electronic Protection (EP) Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 133 Mining Completed ___________________________________ .1.301 301.5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 135 Amphibious Task Force/Task Group Organization Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 132 Mine Warfare (MIW) Organization Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 131 Military Deception (MILDEC) Completed ___________________________________ .

301 301.5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 202 Naval Tactical Data System (NTDS) Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 161 Combat Systems Operational Sequencing System (CSOSS) Completed ___________________________________ .1.5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 139 Naval Threat Completed ___________________________________ .4 SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 201 Radar Equipment Completed ___________________________________ .3 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) 138 Naval Surface Fire Support (NSFS) Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 205 Gun and Missile Fire Control Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 204 Naval Gun Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 229 .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 203 Naval Communications Completed ___________________________________ .

5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 208 Surface Ship Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Weapons Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 230 .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 215 Mine Warfare (MIW) Weapons Completed ___________________________________ .1.301 301.4 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) 206 Naval Missile Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 207 Surface Ship Sonar Completed ___________________________________ .5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 209 Information Warfare (IW) Completed ___________________________________ .

C. H. g. b.4 Monitor duties of CIC and supporting watchstanders ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 231 ABCDEFGH .301 301. Commanding Officer's night orders Daily combat intentions Battle orders Standing orders OPTASK OPGEN DIM's SOE Airplan AGH AGH AGH AGH AGH AGH AGH AGH AGH ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . D. f.2 Verify inventory of all accountable publications and COMSEC material in CIC has been taken prior to relieving the watch ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABGH .1 Review/determine status of equipment in CIC prior to relieving the watch ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ADEFGH . Questions 301.2. E. e. c. h.2 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. what corrective action is required? Satisfactorily perform this task. F. i. G.3 Review the following prior to relieving watch as CICWO: a. What are the steps of this procedure? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What operating limitations are imposed? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? What are the indications received if proper procedures are not being followed. d.

5 ABCDEFGH ABH 232 . speed.9 Supervise plotting on the DRT/DDRT.11 Use a maneuvering board and other applicable methods to determine course. ensuring that proper plotting procedures are used in CIC ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.301 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) Questions Increase CICs condition of readiness.7 Review CIC logs ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Supervise use of various plots.8 Verify all tactical information is current and correctly displayed on surface summary plot/ASTAB ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . and status boards available in CIC ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . keeping a full grasp of the tactical situation ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . displays. and CPA of a surface contact and compare to an independent solution ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCGH ABCGH ABCEFGH 301.6 Monitor all reports being transmitted from CIC to bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

15 Use a maneuvering board and all available means to determine course and speed to obtain a specified desired wind and compare to an independent solution ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Use a maneuvering board and other applicable methods to determine a solution to take station in a formation (time.14 Use a maneuvering board and all available means to determine true wind and compare to an independent solution ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . acceleration. speed specified) with guide both in and out of center and compare to an independent solution ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .301 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) Questions Use a maneuvering board and other applicable methods to determine course and speed to pass a surface contact at a specified distance and compare to an independent solution ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .18 Prepare/supervise a 90-minute tactical nonmaneuvering drill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 233 ABCDEFGH ADFH AH 301. and deceleration to a maneuvering board solution ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 ABH ABH ADFH ABCEFH .16 Apply advance. transfer. course.17 Determine maneuvering board solutions and make recommendations to the Conning Officer during multiship tactical maneuvers ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.

25 Identify emergency IFF codes ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .26 Setup and properly maintain a CADRT/DDRT/DRT plot during multicontact environment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH AEH ADFGH ABCDFGH ADEFGH AEH AH 301.22 Determine ship's position using radar ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .19 ACDEFGH 234 .20 Observe tuning of surface search radar ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .23 Determine ship's position using all electronic navigation systems available in CIC ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.301 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) Questions Energize and properly adjust a radar repeater to provide proper presentation ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .21 Point out exact location of remote cutout switches for radar repeaters and other major electronic equipment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .24 Determine your ship's IFF codes using applicable instructions ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

30 Observe CIC during an actual or simulated ASMD/DTE exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.27 .35 Discuss and identify all means of voice and data communication with a qualified Radio Watch Supervisor ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 235 ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 301.301 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) Observe special sea and anchor detail evolution in CIC ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .32 Observe CIC during an actual or simulated SAG exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .34 Implement and patch a communications plan ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .28 Supervise CIC actions during a man overboard exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .29 Observe CIC during an actual or simulated SAR exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .33 Supervise a DDRT/DRT/MEDAL plot during an MIW exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .31 Observe CIC during an actual or simulated SAU exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

36 AH .37 Observe a CSTT drill scenario ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1.38 Review ship's electronic casualty control/CSOSS procedures ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .39 Observe a STT drill scenario ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .44 Encode and decode your ship's daily changing call sign ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 236 ABH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH AGH ABCDEFGH 301.43 Observe USW SCOT ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .40 Supervise the setting of EMCON ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .41 Supervise the setting of HERO ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .301 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) Questions Complete CAST lessons for basic tracker through surface/subsurface weapons coordinator ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .42 Observe OCSOT ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

the data link parameters for the link currently in use ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .50 Review the information available from GCCS-M ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .46 Authenticate a voice radiotelephone transmission using transmission authentication procedures during an actual transmission or during a communications exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .47 Prepare and transmit an initial contact report and an amplifying contact report ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Navy Operations Code during a communications exercise or actual transmission ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .S.301 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) Questions Encode. and transmit messages using the U.49 Observe the setup and operation of GCCS-M ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .45 ABCH ABCGH .51 Verify from applicable publications and OPTASKS. decode.2.52 Review applicable guidance for the use of operational chat ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 237 ABCDFGH AH ACDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCH ABCH 301.48 Prepare a LOCATOR message ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

B. e.2 AREA COMPRISES 25% OF WATCHSTATION. What are the steps of this procedure? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What operating limitations are imposed? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters must be monitored? What are the indications received if proper procedures are not being followed.2.3 Observe prefire operational checks on the following: a. G. d. H. b. F.53 301.3. f. Questions AH 301. Questions ABCDEFGH 301. Gun Missile VLA SVTT CIWS AN/SLQ-48 mine neutralization vehicle ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 238 . C.3 INFREQUENT TASKS A. D. E.1 Attend an ammunition handling safety brief ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c. what corrective action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task.301 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) Flight ops ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 Attend a prefire safety brief ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) AH .

5 Observe spotting procedures performed by the gunnery team from weapons control ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. b.6 Observe duties of TAO and WCO during a surface/air gunnery exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3.7 Observe a completed air intercept as performed by a qualified AIC ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Observe a TAO and other CIC watchstanders performing in an AD exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Observe a TAO and other CIC watchstanders performing in an MIW exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH 239 .4 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . e. f. Gun Missile VLA SVTT CIWS MP 1/2/3 ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH 301.301 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) Questions Observe a firing exercise of: a. c.

by sonar operators.301 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) Questions Observe a TAO and other CIC watchstanders performing in a VBSS exercise (MIO/LIO/CD) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . during an ASCM launch ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .16 Observe the duties of USWFCO and UBFCS during ASW operations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Observe an XBT/BSP launch and review SVP to determine sonic layer depth ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . from initial sonar detection to weapons launch ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Observe SWC or equivalent.14 Observe the prosecution of a sonar contact.15 Observe the duties of ASWE and SSC/SSWC during ASW operations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Observe TAO and other CIC watchstanders during an SUW exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3.17 Observe an ASTAC during ASW operations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 240 ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH 301.10 ABCDEFGH .

25 Assist the Intelligence Officer in preparing and presenting an intelligence brief ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 241 AH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH AH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 301.21 Attend an amphibious ship-to-shore waterborne and/or airborne landing brief ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .22 Observe navigational and vectoring duties during a ship-to-shore waterborne and/or airborne landing ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .301 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) (CONT’D) Observe flight operations from AATCC/primary flight control ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .18 .3.24 Observe an NSFS evolution ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .20 Observe an ES intercept to include the determination of the parameters of the intercepted emitter ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .23 Observe an amphibious assault craft launch and recovery from CIC ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .19 Observe a C2W exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

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Questions Observe the duties of Track Supervisor/TIC during initiation of TADIL operations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .27 Review weapon, warning status, and weapons postures with a TAO ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .28 Transmit initial voice report via secure telephone ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .29 Prepare an OPREP-3 Navy Blue message ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .30 Prepare a Unit SITREP message ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .31 Observe swept channel/Q-route excercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .32 Observe minehunting exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .33 Observe minesweeping exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDFGH ABCDFGH ABCDFGH ABCDEFGH

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Observe mine neutralization exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .35 Observe plotting of an MTA and MDA within MEDAL ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .36 Review man aloft procedures ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .37 Observe or review redcrown/greencrown operations/duties ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .38 Observe or review FADIZ operations/duties ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .39 Observe the use of sighting systems (TISS/FLIR/NMMSS/LLTV) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .3 AREA COMPRISES 15% OF WATCHSTATION. ABCDEFGH ABCH ABCH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH

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ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. Questions ABCDEFGH

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Loss of communications ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Loss of ship's sensors ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Loss of gyro/dead reckoning/electronic navigation equipment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .4 AREA COMPRISES 15% OF WATCHSTATION. ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH

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Ruptured piping in CIC ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Misfire procedures ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Aircraft emergencies ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Man overboard ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION. ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH

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EXAMINATIONS EXAMINATIONS (OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC, ETC.) Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 EXAMINATIONS Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures. Recommend designation as a qualified SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (NAVEDTRA 43101-4F). A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. The examination or checkout need not cover every item.FINAL QUALIFICATION 302 NAVEDTRA 43101-4F SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) RATE/RANK____________________ NAME______________________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). however. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. or by observation of performance aboard or in a high fidelity trainer. RECOMMENDED________________________________________ Department Head RECOMMENDED________________________________________ Senior Watch Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________ Executive Officer QUALIFIED_____________________________________________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative DATE______________ DATE______________ DATE______________ DATE______________ SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________ DATE______________ 249 .

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1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS. 307 Helm/Aftersteering Helm Safety Officer Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) .1.3 FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 140 Bridge Equipment Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 251 .2 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 301 Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) Combat Information Center Watch Officer (CICWO) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) . THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT MUST BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION. 302.302 WATCHSTATION 302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) Estimated completion time: 6 months 302. 304 Small Boat Officer Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Ship’s Control and Navigational (NAVEDTRA 43492-2D).1 PQS Qualifications: Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) Engineering (NAVEDTRA 43101-3F) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Small Boat Operations (NAVEDTRA 43152-E).

3 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) 141 Underway Bridge Watch Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 142 Deck Seamanship Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 143 Standard Commands Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 144 Anchoring Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 145 Bouy Mooring Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 146 Connected Underway Replenishment (CONREP) Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 147 Aviation Operations on Surface Ships Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 148 Towing Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 149 Shiphandling Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 252 .302 302.1.

302 302.3 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) 150 Special/Emergency Evolutions Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 151 Weather Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 152 Tactical Maneuvering Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 153 Nautical Charts and Publications Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 154 Tides and Currents Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 155 Compass Error Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 156 Navigation Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 157 Navigation Rules Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 158 Viusal Communications Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 253 .1.

302 302.3 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) 159 Survival and Survival Equipment Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 160 Buoys Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 162 Pollution Control Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 163 Marine Mammal Protection Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 164 Minor Caliber Weapons Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) .4 SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 210 Ship Control Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 211 Anchor Windlass Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 212 Anchor Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 254 .1.

2 TASKS For the tasks listed below: A.1 Familiarize yourself with applicable information available in CIC. C. Questions 302. D. G. B. E. engineering control. if appropriate).2 Inventory all accountable publications and COMSEC material on the bridge prior to relieving the watch ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABGH ABCDEFH 255 . navigational. and shipboard information such as daily routine.1. equipment status. What are the steps of this procedure? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What operating limitations are imposed? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? What are the indications received if proper procedures are not being followed. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . F.4 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) 213 Connected Underway Replenishment (CONREP) Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 214 Shiphandling Completed ___________________________________ 1% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 302.302 302. and bridge to include tactical. etc. H. what corrective action is required? Satisfactorily perform this task (may be conducted using a shiphandling simulator. plant status.2.

302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Questions Review the following prior to relieving watch: a.7 Screen all reports to OOD and initiate appropriate action ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . e. i.6 Operate and supervise use of all bridge equipment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Commanding Officer's night orders Daily combat intentions Battle orders Standing orders OPTASK OPGEN DIM's SOE Airplan AGH AGH AGH AGH AGH AGH AGH AGH AGH 302. d.8 Verify all tactical information is current and correctly displayed on surface summary plot/ASTAB ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCGH ABCGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABEGH 256 . c.4 Monitor performance of each bridge watchstander ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.3 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . f. h.5 Supervise and control use of ship's general announcing system ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . g. b.

302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Questions Supervise ship's routine as modified by POD.14 Transfer steering control from primary control to each alternate method of control ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Conduct passing honors and ceremonies ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Monitor external radio circuits patched to bridge as directed by ship's communication plan ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Make reports to the Commanding Officer using required format from the standing orders ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCH ABCDEFGH ABCH ABCDEFGH ABCH AGH 302.10 Ensure all bridge logs and records are properly maintained ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 ABCDEFGH 257 . keeping a full grasp of the tactical situation ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . pass down log.2.12 Increase bridge condition of readiness. and night orders ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

22 Setup a stadimeter and use it to determine the distance to a ship ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . lee helm.16 ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH 258 . line handlers.2.302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Questions Conn the ship using standard commands to the helm and lee helm ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .20 Conn the ship during a mooring evolution ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .21 Conn the ship underway from a pier ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .19 Observe line handling procedures from your ship's fantail ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . noting standard commands to helm.17 Observe a mooring evolution alongside a pier from bridge.18 Observe line handling procedures from your ship's forecastle ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . and tugs ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .23 Visually determine a ship's target angle at night ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) AH AGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH 302.

29 Observe an CONREP evolution at an CONREP station ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.27 Conn the ship through an anchoring evolution ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .24 259 .28 Conn the ship underway from an anchorage ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .25 Determine bearing drift of a surface contact and its significance to risk of collision ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Visually determine a ship's target angle during daylight hours ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .31 Conn during a CONREP approach ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH AH Questions AH 302.26 Observe anchoring from the forecastle ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .30 Conn alongside during a CONREP evolution ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

36 Conn ship during a multiship tactical maneuvering exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . SOG.34 Supervise aviation operations from bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .39 Determine gyro error using a range ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 260 AH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 302.32 ABCDEFGH AH .302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Conn during an CONREP breakaway ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .38 Construct and properly label a track for restricted water piloting using turn bearings. course and speed to regain PIM.35 Act as JOOD/Conning Officer during engineering casualty control drills ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . danger bearings. and slide bars ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .37 Using two fixes and appropriate DRs. determine set and drift.2. and compare with CIC ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .33 Observe flight operations from AATCC/primary flight control ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . course and speed to maintain desired track. courses and speeds.

302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Questions Apply local variation and deviation to the magnetic compass to obtain a true heading ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .47 Observe an azimuth of sun and determine compass error ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) AH AH AH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH AH 302.2.41 Apply gyro error to indicated course to obtain a true heading ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . and drift with CIC ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .43 Observe bridge navigation team during restricted waters transit ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .40 AH 261 .46 Interpret tide and tidal current graphs for applicable stations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . set.44 Evaluate reports from the navigator to the OOD during restricted waters transit ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .42 Compare ship's position.45 Determine the computed visibility of a navigational light ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

54 Conduct and log a voice communications exchange using bridge-to-bridge radiotelephone ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDFGH AH AH AH AH AH 302.50 Read and break flaghoist signals during a flaghoist drill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Questions Compare fathometer readings with the charted depth of ship's fixed navigation position ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .48 AH 262 . for actual transmissions/receptions or during a flaghoist drill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . 102 during actual transmissions/receptions or during a flaghoist drill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Vol.51 Encode and decode signals from ATP 1(C).49 Establish ship's position using each available electronic navigation system ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .52 Encode and decode signals from Pub.53 Prepare an outgoing message for visual transmission using a visual message blank ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . II.2.

b.55 ABCDFGH ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .60 Supervise setting of EMCON/HERO conditions on all bridge equipment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c.302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Questions Coordinate safe passage with another vessel using bridge-to-bridge radiotelephone ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.59 Observe wet well deck operations from the following: a.58 Determine speed limitations based on propulsion plant capabilities and lineup ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .57 Conn the ship to recover an actual or simulated man overboard ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .61 Identify the location of cutout switches for remote radar repeaters and other major electronic equipment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ACEH ABCDEFGH 263 .56 Observe a man overboard drill from recovery station ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Bridge Debark control Welldeck control ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH 302.

68 Supervise the launching.2. and operation of ship's boats from the bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .62 ABCDEFGH .65 Analyze and display tropical storm warnings ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .66 Interpret barometric pressure change ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .67 Compute desired/true wind speed and direction using various methods ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . recovery. Lifeboats (inflatable. EPIRB. Liferings. rigid).64 Analyze and display high wind/seas warnings ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Energize all navigation/task lights ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .69 Operate lifesaving appliances (to include: PFD's. immersion suits. and MOBI (indicator)) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 264 ABCDEFGH ADFH ADFH ADFH ADFH ABCDEFGH Questions ACEH 302.63 Energize and tune all bridge radars/repeaters ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . lifelines.

72 Perform datum transformation methods/processes ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . racons and SARTs Determine range and bearing Determine DRM. and TCPA Detect speed and course changes of other ships Change course to control target DRM 265 AH AH AH AH AH AH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ADFH ABGH ADGH AH Questions AH 302.70 . f. CPA.2. c.76 Supervise personnel working aloft/over the side ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .73 Interpret ECDIS-N data ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . SRM. b. sea return.302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Plot a fix by three LOP’s ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Switch display modes Identify false echoes. e.71 Compare GPS and chart datum and explain the impact of datum mismatch ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .75 Navigate in restricted visibility ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .74 Maintain ships position at anchor ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d.77 Perform the following ARPA functions: a.

p. m. j.78 Maneuver your ship in shallow water taking squat and other effects into account ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . l.81 Conn the ship during a minehunting exercise from the bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH 266 . s.79 Conn ship with use of tugs ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2. o. i. k. u. n.77 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . r.302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) g.80 Observe minehunting exercise from the bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . q. h. v. Change speed to control target DRM Determine true course and speed of target vessels Confirm vessel track using parallel indexing Setup and maintain an ARPA display Manual target acquisition Establish an exclusion area Set vector characteristics Designate targets Cancel targets Display target history Establish CPA and TCPA Establish alarm area Conduct trial maneuver Switch stabilization modes Display navigation lines Determine set and drift Questions AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH 302. t.

84 Observe mine neutralization operations from the bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.89 Conn the ship during a drifting mine exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .90 Prepare the ship to reduce its vulnerability to mines in a MTA ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 267 ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 302.87 Conn the ship during a sweep channel/Q-route exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Observe minesweeping exercise from the bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .85 Conn the ship during a mine neutralization exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .82 .86 Observe swept channel/Q-route exercise from the bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .83 Conn the ship during a minesweeping exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .88 Observe drifting mine exercise from the bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

3 Maintain life guard station ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH . H. D.2. G. what corrective action is required? Satisfactorily perform this infrequent task (may be conducted using a shiphandling simulator.1 Moor to a buoy ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Conn the ship in a MTA ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . Questions ABCDEFGH 302. Questions ABCDEFGH 302.3. F. B.3 INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A. if appropriate).91 302.2 Maintain plane guard station ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH .4 Tow/be towed ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH 268 . C.2 AREA COMPRISES 40% OF WATCHSTATION. E. What are the steps of this procedure? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What operating limitations are imposed? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters must be monitored? What are the indications received if proper procedures are not being followed.

Lifelines Pfd's Lifeboats (inflatable.5 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 269 .7 Conduct VBSS (MIO/LIO/CD) operations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3. d. e.302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Conduct towed array/SLQ-25 NIXIE operations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Locate and operate the following lifesaving equipment: a. rigid) Liferings Immersion suits Epirb Mobi Smoke floats ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABCDEFH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 302.8 Observe VERTREP operations from helo control station ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . h. g. b. f. c.6 Conduct weapons firing ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Observe an abandon ship drill from the bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

1 Loss of ship's electrical power ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 270 . b. or channel ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Questions ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH 302.12 Conn ship in a river. H. Binoculars (big eyes) NVG’s/NOD’s AN/KAS-1 TISS ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH 302.4.4 ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. C. estuary. F. D. B. E. 302.13 Correct for Venturi/bank effects resulting from passing another ship in river/estuary/channel ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . c. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition during normal steaming and when RMD is in effect.3 AREA COMPRISES 5% OF WATCHSTATION.11 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . G. d.3.302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Questions Locate and operate the following optical devices: a.

5 Loss of main engines/main propulsion train ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Loss of firemain pressure ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Loss of LP and HP air ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 271 ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 302.2 .7 Fuel spill ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Loss of boilers ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Loss of steering control ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4.8 Unexplained list ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Loss of gyros ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Loss of equipment cooling water ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

etc.) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Weapons handling accident ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Heavy/cold weather ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 302.15 Rescue and assistance to vessel in distress ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . ash.302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Excessive magazine temperature ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4.16 Marine mammal protective measures ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .11 272 .14 Airborne debris (sand.4 AREA COMPRISES 7% OF WATCHSTATION.

6 Major flooding ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 273 ABCDEFGH .3 Grounding ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH .5 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. Questions ABCDEFGH 302.4 Fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH . B. F. H. D. E.5 Major oil leak/main space fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH .302 302. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency during normal steaming and when RMD is in effect. G. C.2 Collision ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH .1 Man overboard ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5.

g. e.13 Loss of SDRW pressure ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH 274 .302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Abandon ship ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 CONREP emergencies: a.9 Aircraft crash on deck ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . c.5. f.8 Aircraft in water ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. Engineering casualty Flight deck Man overboard Delivery ship Loss of gyro Rapid closure to ship along side Emergency breakaway ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 302.12 Torpedo attack ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Small boat attack ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d.

5.15 Grounding of minehunting sonar ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Dud/misfire procedures ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6.14 302.17 Mine explosion ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 302. ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 302.1 WATCHES STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER INSTRUCTION: Condition IV (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 275 .5 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.16 Mine sighting ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .19 Marine mammal strike ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .18 Aircraft in-flight emergencies ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

IIAS for CRUDES. IIIA for AMPHIB.6.g.) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Connected Underway Replenishment (CONREP) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . 276 . etc.1 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) Flight Operations (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Sea and Anchor (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Condition III (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Platform Mission Specific Conditions (e. 2MH for SMCM.302 302.6 AREA COMPRISES 9% OF WATCHSTATION.

7 302. OOD exam (Optional) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (CONT’D) EXAMINATIONS EXAMINATIONS a.7.2 EXAMINATIONS Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 277 . Pass a written examination Inland and International Rules of the Road exam (Required) (Minimum score of 90%) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) b.1 302.302 302.7.

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The examination or checkout need not cover every item. a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket. or by observation of performance aboard or in a high fidelity trainer. Should supervisors give away their signatures.FINAL QUALIFICATION 303 NAVEDTRA 43101-4F SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) RATE/RANK____________________ NAME______________________________ This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Recommend designation as a qualified SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) (NAVEDTRA 43101-4F). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination. however. The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. RECOMMENDED________________________________________ Department Head RECOMMENDED________________________________________ Senior Watch Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________ Executive Officer QUALIFIED_____________________________________________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative DATE______________ DATE______________ DATE______________ DATE______________ SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________ DATE______________ 279 .

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THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.2 WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 302 Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) Officer of the Deck (OOD) Underway (U/W) (Completed in previous platform) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 281 .303 WATCHSTATION 303 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) Estimated completion time: 30 Days NOTES: 2ND TOUR DIVISION OFFICERS.1 PQS QUALIFICATIONS: Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) Engineering (NAVEDTRA 43101-3F) (Recommended) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) . 303. AND EXECUTIVE OFFICERS SHALL COMPLETE THIS PQS PRIOR TO STANDING UNSUPERVISED OOD (U/W) WATCHES ABOARD THEIR SHIP.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS. 303.1. DEPARTMENT HEADS.

2.3 Increase bridge condition of readiness.2 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) (CONT’D) TASKS For the tasks listed below: A.1 Operate and supervise the use of all bridge equipment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Screen all reports to OOD and initiate appropriate action ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCGH .5 Report contacts to the Commanding Officer using required format from the standing orders ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCH 282 .4 Transfer steering control from primary control to each alternate method of control ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH . E. D. keeping a full grasp of the tactical situation ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH . F. if appropriate). B.303 303. Questions ABCDEFGH 303. G. H. C. What are the steps of this procedure? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What operating limitations are imposed? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? What are the indications received if proper procedures are not being followed. what corrective action is required? Satisfactorily perform this task (may be conducted using a shiphandling simulator.

12 Conn during a CONREP approach ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Observe a CONREP evolution at an CONREP station ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 Observe aviation operations from PRI-FLY/helo control station ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 283 ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 303.9 Conn the ship underway from an anchorage ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Conn during a CONREP breakaway ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Conn alongside during a CONREP evolution ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2.8 Conn the ship through an anchoring evolution ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 .7 Conn the ship underway from a pier ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .303 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) (CONT’D) Conn the ship during a mooring evolution ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

15 .20 Energize all navigation/task lights ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17 Determine speed limitations based on propulsion plant capabilities and lineup ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . and operation of ship's boats from the bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 284 ABCDEFGH ADFH ACEH ACEH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 303.19 Identify the location of cutout switches for remote radar repeaters and other major electronic equipment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2. recovery.303 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) (CONT’D) Supervise aviation operations from bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .16 Conn the ship to recover an actual or simulated man overboard ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .18 Supervise setting of EMCON/HERO conditions on all bridge equipment ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .22 Supervise the launching.21 Compute desired/true wind speed and direction using various methods ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

e. rigid) Liferings Immersion suits EPIRB MOBI Smoke floats ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH 303. d. c. f.2.23 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .24 Maneuver your ship in shallow water taking squat and other effects into account ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Lifelines PFD's Lifeboats (inflatable. h.27 Conn the ship during a minehunting exercise from the bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .28 Observe minesweeping exercise from the bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b.25 Conn ship with use of tugs ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . g.29 Conn the ship during a minesweeping exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 285 ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH .26 Observe minehunting exercise from the bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .303 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) (CONT’D) Questions Locate and operate the following lifesaving equipment: a.

2.38 Energize and tune all bridge radars/repeaters ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 286 ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 303.37 Conn the ship in a MTA ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .34 Observe drifting mine exercise from the bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .35 Conn the ship during a drifting mine exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .33 Conn the ship during a sweep channel/Q-route exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .36 Prepare the ship to reduce its vulnerability to mines in a MTA ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .31 Conn the ship during a mine neutralization exercise ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .30 .303 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) (CONT’D) Observe mine neutralization operations from the bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .32 Observe swept channel/Q-route exercise from the bridge ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

u. n. m. g. Switch display modes Identify false echoes. b. c. racons.2. f. e. q.41 Operate bridge DLS control panel ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . sea return. p.40 Perform the following ARPA functions: a.2 AREA COMPRISES 40% OF WATCHSTATION. CPA. ABCDEFGH 287 . s. and TCPA Detect speed and course changes of other ships Change course to control target DRM Change speed to control target DRM Determine true course and speed of target vessels Confirm vessel track using parallel indexing Setup and maintain an ARPA display Manual target acquisition Establish an exclusion area Set vector characteristics Designate targets Cancel targets Display target history Establish CPA and TCPA Establish alarm area Conduct trial maneuver Switch stabilization modes Display navigation lines Determine set and drift AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH Questions ABGH 303. and SARTs Determine range and bearing Determine DRM. d. j. SRM. l. r.303 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) (CONT’D) Interpret ECDIS-N data ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . i. h.39 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . v. t. k. o.

Questions ABCDEFGH 303.303 303.3 Maintain life guard station ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH . E.1 Moor to a buoy ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Conduct weapons firing ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 288 ABCDEFGH . G. if appropriate). D. H.3. F. B.2 Maintain plane guard station ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH .3 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) (CONT’D) INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A. C.5 Conduct towed array/SLQ-25 NIXIE operations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH . What are the steps of this procedure? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What operating limitations are imposed? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters must be monitored? What are the indications received if proper procedures are not being followed.4 Tow/be towed ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH . what corrective action is required? Satisfactorily perform this infrequent task (may be conducted using a shiphandling simulator.

10 Locate and operate the following optical devices: a. f. g. c. rigid) Liferings Immersion suits EPIRB MOBI Smoke floats ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 303. Binoculars (big eyes) NVG’s/NOD’s AN/KAS-1 TISS ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ABDEFGH ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . d. c. h.7 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Lifelines PFD's Lifeboats (inflatable.9 Locate and operate the following lifesaving equipment: a.8 Observe VERTREP operations from helo control station ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3.303 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) (CONT’D) Conduct VBSS (MIO/LIO/CD) operations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . e.11 Conn ship in a river. b. estuary. b. or channel ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH 289 . d.

4 ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A.3 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.1 Loss of ship's electrical power ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . Questions ABCDEFGH 303. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition during normal steaming and when RMD is in effect.4. C. B.3. D.12 ABCDEFGH 303. H.2 Loss of gyros ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH . 303.3 Loss of steering control ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH .303 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) (CONT’D) Questions Correct for Venturi/bank effects resulting from passing another ship in river/estuary/channel ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . F. G.4 Loss of boilers ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH 290 . E.

Questions ABCDEFGH 303. F. B.4. H.8 Loss of LP and HP air ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED . G. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency during normal steaming and when RMD is in effect.4 AREA COMPRISES 30% OF WATCHSTATION.5 EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A.5. C. D.5 303. E.303 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) (CONT’D) Loss of main engines/main propulsion train ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Loss of equipment cooling water ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .1 Man overboard ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 291 . ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 303.6 Loss of firemain pressure ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

3 Major oil leak/main space fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . e.6 Aircraft crash on deck ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Aircraft in water ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 CONREP emergencies: a.5. d.4 Major flooding ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . g.303 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) (CONT’D) Fire ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Small boat attack ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEFGH 292 .2 ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) . b. c. Engineering casualty Flight deck Man overboard Delivery ship Loss of gyro Rapid closure to ship along side Emergency breakaway ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 303. f.

15 Aircraft in-flight emergencies ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 293 . ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH ABCDEFGH Questions ABCDEFGH 303.5 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.303 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) (CONT’D) Torpedo attack ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 Mine explosion ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .16 Marine mammal strike ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5.10 Loss of SDRW pressure ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Grounding of minehunting sonar ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Mine sighting ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Dud/misfire procedures ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

IIIA for AMPHIB. 2MH for SMCM.) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Connected Underway Replenishment (CONREP) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6.6 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.1 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) (CONT’D) STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER INSTRUCTION: Condition III/IV ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Flight Operations ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Sea and Anchor ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Platform Mission Specific Conditions (e.g. etc. 294 . IIAS for CRUDES.303 303.

2 EXAMINATIONS Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 295 . Pass a written examination Inland and International Rules of the Road exam (REQUIRED) (Minimum score of 90%) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) b.7 303.1 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) (CONT’D) EXAMINATIONS EXAMINATIONS a.303 303.7. Officer of the Deck (OOD) exam (OPTIONAL) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .

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) as watchstations are completed. Division Officer. Senior Watch Officer.NAVEDTRA 43101-4F QUALIFICATION PROGRESS SUMMARY FOR SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO)/OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W)/OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT NAME_____________________________________ RATE/RANK___________________ This qualification progress summary is used to track the progress of a trainee in the watchstations for this PQS and ensure awareness of remaining tasks. 301 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER WATCH OFFICER (CICWO) Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 302 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 303 SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) OFFICER OF THE DECK (OOD) UNDERWAY (U/W) (PLATFORM ENDORSEMENT) Date_______________ Completed ___________________________________ (Signature) 297 . etc. It should be kept by the individual or in the individual's training jacket and updated with an appropriate signature (Training Petty Officer.

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J).4A. I ATP 1(C). Vol. Mine Countermeasures Operations Planning and Evaluation. Allied Naval Gunfire Support ATP 6(B). II ATP 6. Air Warfare Planning Guide COMSURFWARDEVGRU TACMGMO TM 3-21. Joint Doctrine for Landing Force Operations Joint Pub 3-50. Vol. Mine Warfare Principles. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Memorandum of Policy. Vol. 30 CJCS MOP 6. II ATP 24(C). 102) Jane's All the World's Aircraft Jane's Fighting Ships. No. Doctrine for Amphibious Operations Chart No. Maneuvering Board Manual INMARSAT (B)/High Speed Data (HSD) IT21 User’s Handbook International Code of Signals (Pub. I.1T. Doctrine for Joint Combat Search and Rescue Joint Pub 3-56. Abbreviations. 1995-96 (98th Edition) Joint Multi-Tactical Data Link (TDL) Operating Procedures Joint Pub 3-02.V) COMINEWARCOM TACMEMO 3-15. Mine Countermeasures Tactics and Execution. Allied Antisubmarine Warfare Manual ATP 36(A). Vol. Navigation Rules (Rule 1 through 38. Nautical Chart Symbols. Attack and Evasion Tactics Manual COMTHIRDFLT/COMSUBPAC TACNOTE ZZ 1010-1-94.11-02. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Memorandum of Policy. Surface Ship Navigation Department Organization and Regulations Manual COMSURFWARDEVGRU TACMEMO A-23010-2-97. No.4. Vol. I ATP 28(A). and Terms CJCS MOP 30. 18th Edition Manufacturer's Technical Manual 299 . Amphibious Operations Ship-to-Shore Movement ATP 4(E). Surface Ship Navigation Department Organization and Regulations Manual (NAVDORM) Combat Systems Operational Sequencing System (CSOSS) User’s Manual COMDTINST M16672.2. 1. 14th Edition EHF Low Data Rate (LDR) and Medium Data (MDR) System User’s Handbook Engineering Operational Sequencing System (EOSS) Farwells Rules of the Nautical Road (Bassett & Smith) Fleet ESG CONOP FXP-1 (Rev. Allied Maritime Tactical Signal and Maneuvering Book. Tactical Command and Control Planning Guidance and Procedures for Joint Operations (Information Exchange Planning Guidance) Knight's Modern Seamanship. I ATP 6(C). Allied Maritime Tactical Instructions and Procedures. Vol.LIST OF REFERENCES USED IN THIS PQS ATP 1(C). ANNEX I . 217.2-98. Tactical Applications of Bottom Mapping Commanding Officer's Standing Orders Communications Info Bulletins (CIB)/Communications Info Advisories (CIA) COMNAVAIRFORINST/COMNAVSURFORINST 3530.2D. Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) Exercises HO Pub No. 6 CNSF-CNAFINST 3530. Coordinated Submarine Manual Dutton's Navigation and Piloting (Maloney). Joint Doctrine for Amphibious Operations Joint Pub 3-02. Allied Doctrine of Mine Warfare Planning and Principles ATP 8(A).

Operations Specialist 3 NAVEDTRA 14244. Boatswain’s Mate NAVMACS II System SOP NAVMED P-5010-010-LP-207-1300. Fleet elecommunications Procedures. Clearing of Live Ammunition From Guns NAVSEA SW394-AF-MMO-030. Underway Replenishment NSTM S9086-TV-STM-000/CH-581. Manual of Naval Preventive Medicine NAVSEA OP 3347 (Rev. LHA/LHD NATOPS (01 Nov 2002) NAVAIR 00-80T-113.2. Operations Specialist 1 & C NAVEDTRA 14203. Electronics Warfare Technician 1 & C NAVEDTRA 14096. Fire Controlman. Ch. and Pubs. 1 NAVEDTRA 14309. Charts. 4). U. U. Functional Introduction into VLS NAVSUP P-485. 2). MK 309 NAVSEA S6340-AA-MMA-010 (Rev. Afloat Supply Procedures Navy Tactical Reference Publication (NTRP) 3-07. Safety. Vol. Identification of Ammunition NAVSEA SW030-AA-MMO-010 (Rev.LIST OF REFERENCES (CONT’D) MIW CONOPS Nautical Almanac NAVAIR 00-80R-14. 3 NAVEDTRA 14067. 11 NAVEDTRA 14000. Force Protection Weapons Handling Standard Procedures and Guidelines Navywide OPTASK ASW NIMA Catalog of Maps. P-3C Aircraft Naval Shiphandling (Crenshaw).S. Navy Aircraft Firefighting and Rescue Manual (01 Sep 2001) NAVAIR 00-80T-106. Transmission Lines. Gunner's Mate M 3 & 2 NAVEDTRA 14182. Navy Gun Type Ammunition NAVSEA SW300-BC-SAF-010.S. NEETS Module 17--Radio Frequency Communications Principles NAVEDTRA 14202. and Handling Instruction NAVSEA SL740-AA-MAN-010 (Rev. Navy Ordnance Safety Precautions NAVSEA OP 4407. 8th Edition NSTM S9086-T8-STM-010/CH-593 (Rev. Aircraft Signals NATOPS Manual (01 Dec 2001) NAVAIR 01-75PAC-1. 4th Edition NAVCAMSEASTPAC/WESTPAC Instruction C2000. Otto Fuel II. Vol. Signalman 3 & 2 NAVEDTRA 14308. Seaman NAVEDTRA 14095.S. NATOPS U. 02-Fire Control Systems and Radar Fundamentals NAVEDTRA 14109. NEETS Module 10--Intro to Wave Propagation. and Antennas NAVEDTRA 14189. Stowage. Electronics Warfare Technician 3 & 2 NAVEDTRA 14097. Anchoring 300 . Fire Controlman. Operations Specialist. 2). Fire Control Supervisor NAVEDTRA 14099A. Vol. 1). Quartermaster NAVEDTRA 14343. 2.2. Gunner's Mate NAVEDTRA 14338. Navy Towing Manual NAVSEA SW010-AF-ORD-010. Pollution Control NSTM S9086-TK-STM-010/CH-571R1. Integrated Undersea Surveillance Systems Operations NAVEDTRA 14324. Operations Specialist 2 NAVEDTRA 14204. NATOPS Flight Manual.3C. Change 13).

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