Navy Bmr Assignment 7 Answers

NAVAL SEA CADETS:

Sea Cadet rates follow the same path as of the United States Navy and United States Coast Guard enlisted rates from E-1 (Seaman Recruit) through E-7 (chief petty officer) (see United States Navy enlisted rates). An enlisted sailor’s rate is similar conceptually to a naval officer’s rank. Only officers carry the term “rank” in the Navy. All cadets have to take the Navy correspondence courses and pass Navy examinations to advance in rate. They must have a minimum time served in each rate before moving to the next higher rate. All new Sea Cadets enter the NSCC as an E-1 (Seaman Recruit or “SR”); detailed requirements for advancement are outlined below. Each course includes an assignment in which the Cadet provides his/her answers on the NSCTNG028 BMR Assignment Answer Sheet. One answer sheet is used for each assignment. Sea Cadets do not take online exams until they reach Petty Officer 3rd Class, the Cadet must then pass on online exam to demonstrate their retention of what they learned. Sea Cadets take Petty Officer exams (PO3, PO2, PO1 and CPO) on the NSCC Online Testing Systems (NOTS)

Physical Training:

All Sea Cadets participate in PT (Physical Training). It is suggested that all Cadets utilize the NSCC/NLCC PHYSICAL READINESS MANUALto know what is expected and what goals they should strive to meet. Exceptions are made for those Cadets with medical needs. 

(No Insignia) Seaman Recruit (SR/E-1):

The initial phase of Sea Cadet training, the SR course covers military courtesy, basic military drill (marching), the chain of Command, and other related introductory topics. Sea Cadets must complete their BMR’s (Basic Military Requirements)(all 15  assignments) to qualify to attend Recruit Training. In addition, to move forward in rate, Sea Cadet Recruits must attend Recruit Training (RT). RT is a 9 to 14 day away training. These training sessions are taught at the Navy’s Recruit Training Command, at other naval bases or stations and at regional recruit training sites using other military host resources. The curriculum of this training is approved by the U.S. Navy and standardized at all training sites. Cadets receive 106 hours of instruction, with a focus on the Navy’s core values of honor, courage and commitment. Both tone and tenor of instruction are modeled after the Navy’s recruit training. The nearest local RT is held in Belle Glade Florida. Upon completion of RT, Seaman Recruits are promoted to Seaman Apprentice.

Seaman Apprentice (SA/E-2):

The Seaman Apprentice rate requires a minimum of 3 months TIS (Time in Service) and 3 months TIG (Time in Grade). During this time, Cadets desiring to attain the rate of Seaman must complete the Seaman Correspondence Course (4 assignments) or may substitute the Airman Correspondence Course (13 assignments). The Seaman course focuses on the following subject matter: watches, watch standing duties, marlinespike seamanship, deck seamanship, use and care of deck equipment, boat seamanship, ammunition and gunnery. The Airman Course presents an overview of naval aviation and includes subject matter coverage of the following: mission and history of naval aviation; organization of naval aviation; principles of flight; aircraft construction; aircraft hardware; aircraft power plants; aircraft avionics; ordnance; support equipment, line operations and safety; aircrew survival equipment; and crash rescue and fire fighting. This course is used as an option for advancement of NSCC personnel to Airman (E-3) in lieu of the Seaman Course for personnel assigned to NSCC Squadron. In addition, to advance to the next rate, SA Cadets must complete at least one advanced training.

Seaman (SN/E-3):

The Seaman rate requires a minimum of 9 months TIS (Time in Service) and 6 months TIG (Time in Grade) Cadets desiring to attain the rate of Petty Officer 3rd Class must complete the Military Requirements for PO3 Assignments 1 and 2. This course is used for advancement of NSCC personnel to Petty Officer Third Class (E-4) with the completion of assignments 1 and 2. Covers the knowledge required of Sailors of the U.S. Navy and Naval Reserve. Designed for individual study rather than formal classroom instruction, the course provides basic information in regard to Petty Officers Third and Second Class Naval Standards. This self-study course is organized into subject matter areas, each containing learning objectives to help you determine what you should learn along with text and illustrations to help you understand the information. The subject matter reflects day-to-day professional military knowledge. In addition, to advance to the next rate, SN Cadets must complete at least one advanced training and an online exam.

Petty Officer Third Class (PO3/E-4):

The PO3 rate requires a minimum of 15 months TIS (Time in Service) and 6 months TIG (Time in Grade) Cadets desiring to attain the rate of Petty Officer 2nd Class must complete the Military Requirements for PO2 Assignments 3, 4 and 5. This course is used for the advancement of personnel to Petty Officer Second Class (E-5) with the completion of assignments 3, 4, and 5. Covers the knowledge required of Sailors of the U.S. Navy and Naval Reserve. Designed for individual study rather than formal classroom instruction, the course provides basic information in regard to Petty Officers Third and Second Class Naval Standards. This self-study course is organized into subject matter areas, each containing learning objectives to help you determine what you should learn along with text and illustrations to help you understand the information. The subject matter reflects day-to-day professional military knowledge. Advancement to PO3 requires approval from the  Commanding Officer of the Division. In addition, to advance to the next rate, PO3 Cadets must complete Petty Officer Leadership Academy and an online exam.

Petty Officer Second Class (PO2/E-5):

The PO2 rate requires a minimum of 21 months TIS (Time in Service) and 6 months TIG (Time in Grade) Cadets desiring to attain the rate of Petty Officer 1st Class must complete the Military Requirements for PO1 Assignments 1 through 7. Provides subject matter related to the military qualifications of all first class petty officers. Provides information on U.S. naval tradition; leadership and administrative responsibilities; programs and policies; professional responsibilities; military requirements; safety and survival; and damage control. This course is used for advancement of NSCC personnel to Petty Officer First Class (E-6). Advancement to PO2 requires approval from the  Commanding Officer of the Division. In addition, to advance to the next rate, PO2 Cadets must complete an advanced training and an online exam.

Petty Officer First Class (PO1/E-6):

The PO1 rate requires a minimum of 27 months TIS (Time in Service) and 6 months TIG (Time in Grade) Cadets desiring to attain the rate of Chief Petty Officer (CPO) must complete the Military Requirements for CPO Assignments 1 through 6. Provides subject matter related to the military qualifications of all chief petty officers. Provides information on naval tradition, military conduct and justice, leadership, management information and training, programs and policies, military requirements, safety and damage control, and security. This course is used for advancement of NSCC personnel to Chief Petty Officer (E-7). Advancement to PO1 requires a recommendation from the  Commanding Officer of the Division. The Executive Director of the National Headquarters (NHQ) of the US Naval Sea Cadet Corps retains sole authority to advance Sea Cadets to the rate of PO1. NHQ will process an Advancement Certificate (NSCADM 026) and a new ID card indicating the new rank of PO1.. In addition, to advance to the next rate, PO1 Cadets must complete an online exam and successful completion of Staff Cadet Duties in a leadership position at a NSCC Recruit Training or an NLCC Orientation after the completion of POLA.

Chief Petty Officer (CPO/E-7):

Advancement to CPO is not guaranteed and is dependent on size of the unit, character of the Cadet, experience of the Cadet and completion of all prerequisites.  CPO candidates must be at least 16 years old. The CPO rate requires a minimum of 33 months TIS (Time in Service) and 6 months TIG (Time in Grade). The CPO position is an honor and is granted only to the most deserving of Cadets. CPO candidates must be a beacon of the values and morals of the USNSCC. They are the leader of the unit and the example to follow. An excerpt of the Chief Petty Officer Creed reads “the rank of E7 carries with it unique responsibilities and privileges you are now bound to observe and expected to fulfill. Your entire way of life is now changed. More will be expected of you; more will be demanded of you. Not because you are a E7 but because you are now a Chief Petty Officer. You have not merely been promoted one grade, you have joined an exclusive fellowship and, as in all fellowships, you have a special responsibility to your comrades, even as they have a special responsibility to you.” “ASK THE CHIEF” is a household phrase, both in and out of the Navy.

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Chapter 1 Policies and Programs - 14325_11
EFFECTS OF POLLUTION - 14325_12
Noise Prevention Ashore
NATURAL, HISTORIC, AND ARCHELOGICAL RESOURCES PROTECTION
NAVY SPONSOR PROGRAM - 14325_15
Table 1-1.Sponsor Checklist
MILITARY CASH AWARDS PROGRAM - 14325_17
NAVY POLICY ON PREGNANCY AND DEPENDENT CARE
The Navys Responsibilities - 14325_19
FAMILY CARE
INTEGRITY AND EFFICIENCY PROGRAM - 14325_21
THE ROLE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL
ALCOHOL AND DRUG POLICIES - 14325_23
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN THE NAVY - 14325_24
PROCEDURES CONCERNING INSENSITIVE PRACTICES
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY OFF BASE - 14325_26
DEFINITION OF HAZING - 14325_27
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY (DoN) POLICY ON HAZING
SEXUAL HARASSMENT - 14325_29
RANGE OF BEHAVIORS - 14325_30
REPORTING AN INCIDENT INVOLVING SEXUAL HARASSMENT
FRATERNIZATION
FAMILY OMBUDSMAN PROGRAM - 14325_33
STATE AND NATIONAL VOTING
SUMMARY - 14325_35
REVIEW 1 ANSWERS - 14325_36
REVIEW 5 ANSWERS - 14325_37
REVIEW 8 ANSWERS - 14325_38
Chapter 2 Military Conduct and Justice - 14325_39
THE CODE OF CONDUCT - 14325_40
MILITARY POLICE - 14325_41
PURPOSE OF DISCIPLINE
PUNISHMENT
REGULATIONS THAT GOVERN THE U.S. NAVY
0818. Publishing and Posting Orders and Regulations - 14325_45
1010. Manner of Addressing Officers
1064. Detail of Enlisted Persons for Certain Duties
1127. Control of Official Records
1137. Obligation to Report Offenses
1167. Supremacist Activities
510.16 Divine Services
510.34 Motor Vehicles
UNIFORM CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE - 14325_53
Art. 7. Apprehension
Art. 9. Imposition of Restraint - 14325_55
Art. 13. Punishment Prohibited Before Trial
Art. 31. Compulsory Self-Incrimination Prohibited
Punitive Articles of the UCMJ
Art. 80. Attempts
Art. 85. Desertion - 14325_60
Art. 87. Missing Movement - 14325_61
Art. 92. Failure to Obey Order or Regulation
Art. 98. Noncompliance with Procedural Rules
Art. 103. Captured or Abandoned Property - 14325_64
Art. 106a. Espionage - 14325_65
Art. 112 Drunk on Duty
Art. 113 Misbehavior of Sentinel
Art. 118 Murder
Art. 121 Larceny and Wrongful Appropriation
Art. 126 Arson
Art. 130 Housebreaking
Art. 133 Conduct Unbecoming and Officer and a Gentleman
Art. 139. Redress of injuries to property - 14325_73
CORRECTIONAL  CUSTODY
COURTS-MARTIAL - 14325_75
SUMMARY - 14325_76
REVIEW 3 ANSWERS - 14325_77
Chapter 3 Watch Standing - 14325_79
WATCH, QUARTER, AND STATION BILL - 14325_80
WATCHES
Watch Terms
WATCH STANDERS
After Steering Watch
SENTRIES
Eleven General Orders of a Sentry - 14325_86
To give the alarm in case of fire or disorder.
Relieving an Armed Watch - 14325_88
Circumstances Under Which a Weapon May Be Fired
REVIEW 1 QUESTIONS - 14325_90
BEARING
REPORTING TARGET ANGLE - 14325_92
REPORTING RANGES
USE OF BINOCULARS - 14325_94
SCANNING PROCEDURES - 14325_95
SUMMARY - 14325_96
REVIEW 1 ANSWERS - 14325_97
REVIEW 2 ANSWERS - 14325_98
Chapter 4 Communications - 14325_99
SOUND-POWERED TELEPHONES - 14325_100
Figure 4-3.Hanging the headset on the yoke
THE HANDSET - 14325_102
TELEPHONE TALKERS - 14325_103
CIRCUIT DISCIPLINE
Examples of Telephone Talker Procedures
Both Sending and Receiving - 14325_106
TYPES OF DIAL TELEPHONES
Figure 4-7.Telephones
Integrated Voice Communications System (IVCS) - 14325_109
Terminal Accessories
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
GENERAL ANNOUNCING SYSTEM - 14325_112
Table 4-2.Shipboard Announcing Systems
Damage Control Wirefree Communications (DC WIFCOM) - 14325_114
FLAGS AND PENNANTS
Figure 4-14.Alphabet and numeral flags
Figure 4-15.Numeral pennants, special flags, and pennants
Emergency and Administrative Signals
THE NATIONAL ENSIGN - 14325_119
UNION JACK - 14325_120
U.S. NAVY FLAG
Figure 4-23.Jewish worship pennant.
Figure 4-27.General signals
Bow Markings
SIDE HONORS
SIDE BOYS - 14325_126
REVIEW 8 QUESTIONS - 14325_127
REVIEW 1 ANSWER
REVIEW 7 ANSWERS - 14325_129
Chapter 5 Naval History - 14325_131
THE FIRST UNITED STATES SUBMARINE
John Paul Jones
Privateers
THE U.S. NAVY FROM 1783 TO THE CIVIL WAR - 14325_135
THE WAR OF 1812 - 14325_136
1815 TO THE CIVIL WAR
THE U.S. NAVY FROM THE CIVIL WAR TO THE 20TH CENTURY - 14325_138
Other Innovations
POST CIVIL WAR NAVY - 14325_140
THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR - 14325_141
THE NAVY FROM 1900 THROUGH WORLD WAR I - 14325_142
NAVAL AVIATION
NOTE - 14325_144
THE NAVY FROM 1920 TO 1950 - 14325_145
WORLD WAR II - 14325_146
European Arena - 14325_147
Women in the Navy - 14325_148
THE POSTWAR YEARS - 14325_149
THE NAVY FROM 1950 TO 1990s
KOREA TO VIETNAM
VIETNAM
Figure 5-19.Women in warmemorial
OTHER DEVELOPMENTS - 14325_154
DESERT SHIELD/DESERT STORM - 14325_155
SUMMARY - 14325_156
SUMMARY - 14325_157
REVIEW 1 ANSWERS - 14325_158
REVIEW 3 ANSWERS - 14325_159
REVIEW 6 ANSWERS - 14325_160
Chapter 6 Naval Organization
Figure 6-1 Organizational Chart of the Department of Defense
Organizational chart of the Department of the Navy (DoN) - 14325_163
THE OPERATING FORCES - 14325_164
Figure 6-5.Shore establishment.
UNIT ORGANIZATION
THE ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION - 14325_167
Weapons/Deck/Combat Systems Department - 14325_168
COMMANDING OFFICER - 14325_169
DEPARTMENT HEAD
REVIEW 3 QUESTIONS - 14325_171
AIRCRAFT SQUADRON DEPARTMENTS - 14325_172
BRANCH OFFICER - 14325_173
CHAIN OF COMMAND - 14325_174
TYPICAL CHAIN OF COMMAND - 14325_175
REVIEW 5 QUESTIONS - 14325_176
REVIEW 1 ANSWERS - 14325_177
REVIEW 5 ANSWERS - 14325_178
Chapter 7 Basic Seamanship - 14325_179
ANCHOR CHAIN
MOORING LINES
DECK FITTINGS
BOAT SEAMANSHIP - 14325_183
COMBATANT CRAFT - 14325_184
BOAT TERMS AND NOMENCLATURE - 14325_185
MARLINESPIKE SEAMANSHIP - 14325_186
Large line
WIRE ROPE
KNOTS, BENDS, AND HITCHES - 14325_189
Figure 7-18.Single- and double-becket bends.
Making Up a Line
Short Splice
REVIEW 3 QUESTIONS - 14325_193
REVIEW 1 ANSWERS - 14325_194
Chapter 8 Ship/Aircraft Characteristics - 14325_195
STRUCTURAL TERMS - 14325_196
Decks
Companionways   
Doors and Hatches - 14325_199
Superstructure
Figure 8-10.Top hamper.
REVIEW 1 QUESTIONS - 14325_202
Label the following areas of a ship
Label the following doors/hatches
COMPARTMENT DESIGNATION/DECK NUMBERING SYSTEM - 14325_205
Table 8-1.Compartment Letters for Ships
TERMS USED IN SHIP IDENTIFICATION
SHIPS CATEGORIES - 14325_208
Figure 8-13.USS Nimitz (CVN 68)
Figure 8-14.Various aircraft from Carrier Wing Three fly over the USS Enterprise (CVN 65)
Figure 8-16.USS Port Royal (CG-73)
Figure 8-17.Spruance class destroyer, USS Moosebrugger  (DD 980)
Figure 8-18.Guided-missile destroyer USS The Sullivans (DDG 68)
Submarines - 14325_214
Figure 8-21.USS Maryland (SSBN 773)
Figure 8-22.USS Seawolf (SSN 21)
Figure 8-24.Landing craft, utility (LCU-1663) back loads equipment and personnel to USS Peleliu (LHA 45)
Figure 8-25.USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6)
Tank  landing  ships - 14325_219
Auxiliary Ships - 14325_220
REPLENISHMENT-AT-SEA SHIPS
Figure 8-33.USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) off-loads ammunition onto ammunition ship USS Mount Hood (AE 29)
Fast Combat Support Ships
Figure 8-35.AOE conducting an evolution
FLEET SUPPORT SHIPS - 14325_225
Combatant Craft - 14325_226
AIRCRAFT NOMENCLATURE - 14325_227
AIRCRAFT MODEL DESIGNATIONS - 14325_228
CURRENT FIXED-WING NAVY AIRCRAFT - 14325_229
Figure 8-42.EA-6B Prowler
Patrol Class
C-2A  GREYHOUND
C-130  HERCULES
CURRENT ROTARY-WING NAVY AIRCRAFT - 14325_234
MH-53E Sea Dragon
TH-57 Sea Ranger
REVIEW 6 QUESTIONS - 14325_237
Q5.  Identify the following aircraft.
SUMMARY - 14325_239
A2.   Some of the areas of a ship are labeled as shown
REVIEW 2 ANSWERS - 14325_241
A2.   The following spaces of a ship are shown
REVIEW 5 ANSWERS - 14325_243
A5.   Aircraft identification
Chapter 9 Customs and Courtesies - 14325_245
The Hand Salute
NOTE - 14325_247
WHOM  TO  SALUTE
Figure 9-2.When to salute officers
At Crowded Gatherings
WHEN NOT TO SALUTE - 14325_251
Figure 9-6.When not to salute officers
PASSING HONORS
Gun Salutes
MILITARY CEREMONIES - 14325_255
HALF-MASTING THE ENSIGN - 14325_256
NATIONAL ANTHEM AND FLAG HONORS - 14325_257
BOARDING AND LEAVING A NAVAL VESSEL - 14325_258
MILITARY ETIQUETTE - 14325_259
ADDRESSING AND INTRODUCING NAVAL PERSONNEL - 14325_260
REVIEW 3 QUESTIONS - 14325_261
Table 9-1.Introducing and Addressing Naval Personnel
REVIEW 1 ANSWERS - 14325_263
REVIEW 3 ANSWERS - 14325_264
Chapter 10 Uniforms and Formations - 14325_265
Dungarees and winter working blues
Figure 10-2.Proper wearing of uniforms (continued).
Figure 10-4.Tying the neckerchief
ENLISTED WOMEN - 14325_269
UNIFORM OF THE DAY - 14325_270
MARKING ENLISTED CLOTHING - 14325_271
Table 10-1.Marking Mens Clothing
Table 10-2.Marking  Womens Clothing
TRANSFER OF CLOTHING - 14325_274
Table 10-4.Seabag Requirements for Enlisted E-1 through E-6Women
CIVILIAN CLOTHING - 14325_276
OFFICER AND ENLISTED INSIGNIA - 14325_277
Figure 10-7.Group rate marks for paygrades E-1 through E-3
Figure 10-8.Rating insignias for enlisted personnel
Figure 10-9.Rating insignias for enlisted personnel (continued)
Figure 10-10A.Rating insignias for enlisted personnel (continued).
RANK INSIGNIA/CORPS DEVICESU.S. NAVAL OFFICER - 14325_282
Figure 10-11.Rate insignia of U.S. armed forces enlisted personnel.
Warrant Officers - 14325_284
SPECIAL INSIGNIA - 14325_285
Rank insignia of commissioned officers of the U. S. armed services (Continued) - 14325_286
Line and staff corps officers insignia
Warrant officers specialty insignia
Figure 10-19.Breast insignia (continued).
AWARDS
Campaign  and  service  awards
IDENTIFICATION CARDS - 14325_292
GROOMING STANDARDS - 14325_293
GROOMING STANDARDS FOR MEN - 14325_294
Barrettes/Combs/Clips
POSITIONS WITHIN A FORMATION - 14325_296
POSITIONS
FALLING INTO FORMATION - 14325_298
Figure 10-26.Normal interval.
DOUBLE-ARM  INTERVAL
REVIEW 7 QUESTIONS - 14325_301
REVIEW 2 ANSWERS - 14325_302
REVIEW 6 ANSWERS - 14325_303
Chapter 11 Small Arms - 14325_305
THE M14 RIFLE - 14325_306
THE M16A1/A2 RIFLE - 14325_307
Figure 11-4.M16A2 service rifle, 5.56 mm, left and right side views
CLEARING THE RIFLE - 14325_309
Figure 11-8.Selector lever pointing to SAFE
FIELD-STRIPPING THE RIFLE
UNLOADING AND CLEARING THE RIFLE
CARING AND CLEANING OF THE RIFLE AND AMMUNITION - 14325_313
Bolt carrier group
REVIEW 2 QUESTIONS - 14325_315
THE .38-CALIBER REVOLVER
THE 9MM SERVICE PISTOL - 14325_317
Unloading the Magazine - 14325_318
SHOTGUNS
FIRING TECHNIQUESRIFLE - 14325_320
BLACKENING SIGHTS
STANDING  (OFF-HAND)  POSITION
KNEELING  POSITION.
FIRING TECHNIQUESPISTOL - 14325_324
AIMING  POINT
STANDING POSITION TWO-HAND GRIP - 14325_326
Trigger Squeeze
REVIEW 5 QUESTIONS - 14325_328
REVIEW 2 ANSWERS - 14325_329
Review Answers - 14325_330
Chapter 12 Damage Control - 14325_331
Figure 12-1.Administration organization chain of command
DAMAGE CONTROL TRAINING TEAM
DAMAGE CONTROL DIVISION - 14325_334
Gas Free Engineer (GFE)
PURPOSE OF THE BATTLE ORGANIZATION
REPAIR PARTIES - 14325_337
DAMAGE CONTROL LOCKERS - 14325_338
EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS - 14325_339
SHIPS INTEGRITY THROUGH SUBDIVISION - 14325_340
MATERIAL CONDITIONS OF READINESS - 14325_341
Figure 12-2.Compartment checkoff list.
REVIEW 4 QUESTIONS - 14325_343
LIFE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
SUPPLEMENTAL EMERGENCY EGRESS DEVICE (SEED) - 14325_345
OXYGEN BREATHING APPARATUS (OBA) - 14325_346
SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS (SCBA) - 14325_347
FIRE AND FIREFIGHTING - 14325_348
FIRE TRIANGLE - 14325_349
METHODS OF HEAT TRANSFER - 14325_350
CLASSES OF FIRE
REVIEW 7 QUESTIONS - 14325_352
DAMAGE CONTROL EQUIPMENT - 14325_353
Figure 12-12.Fire hose station
Figure 12-14.Dewatering hookup
DAMAGE CONTROL SHORING CHEST - 14325_356
REVIEW 2 ANSWERS - 14325_357
REVIEW 8 ANSWERS - 14325_358
Chapter 13 Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Defense - 14325_359
CHEMICAL WARFARE - 14325_360
INCAPACITATING CW AGENTS
Blister Agents - 14325_362
Choking Agents - 14325_363
BIOLOGICAL WARFARE - 14325_364
NUCLEAR WARFARE - 14325_365
HIGH ALTITUDE BLAST - 14325_366
SUBSURFACE (UNDERWATER) BURST - 14325_367
EFFECTS OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS - 14325_368
Damage from an Air Blast
ELECTROMAGNETIC  PULSE  (EMP)
CONTAMINATION, DETECTION, AND IDENTIFICATION
CBR CONTAMINATION MARKERS
Figure 13-6.CBR contamination markers
Figure 13-8.High-range casualty dosimeter, DT-60/PD
WHAT TO DO IN A CBR ATTACK
BW or CW Attack
CBR Protective Clothing
CHEMICAL-PROTECTIVE SET
MISSION ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE (MOPP) - 14325_379
MOPP Level-1
DECONTAMINATION
Nuclear Radiation Decontamination
PERSONNEL DECONTAMINATION - 14325_383
THE COLLECTIVE PROTECTION SYSTEM - 14325_384
SUMMARY - 14325_385
REVIEW 4 ANSWERS - 14325_386
REVIEW 7 ANSWERS - 14325_387
Chapter 14 First Aid and Health - 14325_389
ARTIFICIAL VENTILATION - 14325_390
MOUTH TO MOUTH
CARDIAC ARREST AND CARDIOPULMONARY RECUSICITATION
Figure 14-3.Position for cardiac compression
AIRWAY BLOCKAGE
Figure 14-5.Position for standing abdominal thrust
Figure 14-8.Position for standing chest thrust.
HEMORRHAGE AND METHODS OF CONTROLLING BLEEDING - 14325_397
Direct pressure
Constricting band
Figure 14-11.Pressure points for control of bleeding
Figure 14-13.Applying a constricting band
HOW TO RECOGNIZE SHOCK - 14325_402
PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF SHOCK - 14325_403
CAUSES OF SUICIDE
WHAT TO DO
HEAT-RELATED PROBLEMS
HEATSTROKE
FRACTURES, SPRAINS, AND STRAINS
FRACTURES
SPRAINS AND STRAINS
CAUTION
REVIEW 8 QUESTIONS - 14325_412
RESCUE PROCEDURES - 14325_413
TIED-HANDS CRAWL - 14325_414
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
EMERGENCY RESCUE LINES
PERSONAL HYGIENE - 14325_417
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES - 14325_418
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome - 14325_419
SUMMARY - 14325_420
REVIEW 1 ANSWERS - 14325_421
REVIEW 4 ANSWERS - 14325_422
REVIEW 7 ANSWERS - 14325_423
REVIEW 9 ANSWERS - 14325_424
Chapter 15 Survival - 14325_425
Going Over the Side - 14325_426
SWIMMING THROUGH FLAMES - 14325_427
SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT
INHERENTLY  BUOYANT  TYPE
INFLATABLE  TYPE
Figure 15-5.Inflatable life preserver
CARE AND STOWAGE OF PRESERVERS
Figure 15-6.Inflatable lifeboat
Signal mirror
SURVIVAL STEPS - 14325_435
MAN OVERBOARD - 14325_436
Cold
REVIEW 1 QUESTIONS - 14325_438
INDIVIDUAL SURVIVAL - 14325_439
Vanquish fear and panic
SURVIVAL TECHNIQUES
NOTE - 14325_442
Harmful Plant and Animal Foods
Wild potato - 14325_444
Figure 15-14.Nut grass
Other foods
EVASION
Crude Direction-Finding Techniques - 14325_448
Along a ridgeline
Crucial Phase of Evasion
Save, Add to, Take Care of (S-A-T)
Maintaining Your Health - 14325_452
Maintaining Your Health - 14325_453
After You Escape - 14325_454
SUMMARY - 14325_455
REVIEW 2 ANSWERS - 14325_456
Chapter 16 Career and Education Information
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
PATH OF ADVANCEMENT
QUALIFICATIONS FOR ADVANCEMENT
ELIGIBILITY FOR ADVANCEMENT
PERSONNEL ADVANCEMENT REQUIREMENTS
SELECTION FOR ADVANCEMENT - 14325_463
Requirements for Advancements
TYPES OF DUTY - 14325_465
ENLISTED DETAILERS AND USE OF THE DUTY PREFERENCE FORM< NAVPERS 1306/63
WHEN TO SUBMIT NAVPERS 1306/63
Figure 16-4.Enlisted Duty Preference Form, NAVPERS 1306/63 (front).
ENLISTED EVALUATION REPORT AND COUNCELING RECORD
Professional Knowledge
ENLISTED SERVICE RECORD - 14325_471
DEPENDENCY APPLICATION/RECORD OF EMERGENCY DATA, NAVPERS 1070
Dependency Application/Record of Emergency Data - 14325_473
Dependency Application/Record of Emergency Data - 14325_474
Enlisted Qualifications History, NAVPERS 1070/604 (front) - 14325_475
Enlisted Qualifications History, NAVPERS 1070/604 (page 2) - 14325_476
Enlisted Qualifications History, NAVPERS 1070/604 (page 4)
DIVISIONAL LOGS AND FILES
REVIEW 6 QUESTIONS - 14325_479
PERSONNEL QUALIFICATION STANDARD (PQS) PROGRAM
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES OFFICER
TRAINING MANUALS AND NONRESIDENT TRAINING COURSES - 14325_482
OFF-DUTY EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES - 14325_483
PROGRAMS LEADING TO A NAVAL COMMISSION - 14325_484
NROTC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
SEAMEN TO ADMIRAL PROGRAM - 14325_486
TYPES OF DISCHARGE
NAVY GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL - 14325_488
SUMMARY - 14325_489
REVIEW 2 ANSWERS - 14325_490
REVIEW 6 ANSWERS - 14325_491
REVIEW 8 ANSWERS - 14325_492
Chapter 17 Financial Management and Stress Management - 14325_493
Incentive Pay
LEAVE AND EARNINGS STATEMENT
Earned and Used Leave
Figure 17-1.Leave and earning statement
MONEY MANAGEMENT
Checking Account - 14325_499
A sample deposit ticket and corresponding check register entry
Convenience Cards
Monthly Bank Statement - 14325_502
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR USING ATMs
INVESTMENT RULE OF 72 - 14325_504
Principles of Credit
Use of Credit by Navy Personnel - 14325_506
VETERANS GROUP LIFE INSURANCE
WHAT IS ABUSE?
WHAT CAN THE COMMAND AND THE FAMILY DO ABOUT ABUSE? - 14325_509
SUMMARY - 14325_510
REVIEW 2 ANSWERS - 14325_511
Chapter 18 Surface Preservation - 14325_513
CLEANING PROCESS - 14325_514
ZONE INSPECTION - 14325_515
CLEANING SOLVENTS - 14325_516
PRECAUTIONS - 14325_517
Wiping Up Solvent Spills - 14325_518
Check Containers for Leakage - 14325_519
TYPES OF SOLVENTS - 14325_520
Organic Cleaning Solvents - 14325_521
PAINTING AND PRESERVATION - 14325_522
PREPARING THE SURFACE - 14325_523
PAINT
Types of Paint - 14325_525
WHAT NOT TO PAINT - 14325_526
SURFACES TO PAINT - 14325_527
Paint and Varnish Remover Safety Precautions
PAINTING
Cutting In - 14325_530
CARE OF BRUSHES AND ROLLERS - 14325_531
SUMMARY - 14325_532
REVIEW 2 ANSWERS - 14325_533
Summary - 14325_534
Chapter 19 Safety and Hazardous Materials
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS)
Figure 19-1.Material Safety Data Sheet (front).
Figure 19-2.Material Safety Data Sheet (back).
DECK SAFETY
LIFELINES, LADDERS, AND SCAFFOLDING
HANDLING CARGO - 14325_541
ANTENNAS
CLOSED COMPARTMENTS AND UNVENTED SPACES - 14325_543
FLAMMABLES
SOLVENTS
WEAPONS AND EXPLOSIVES - 14325_546
ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT - 14325_547
COMPRESSED GASES - 14325_548
FIBERGLASS
CUTTING AND WELDING OPERATIONS
ROTATING MACHINERY - 14325_551
LIQUIDS UNDER PRESSURE - 14325_552
HIGH NOISE LEVELS - 14325_553
MOTOR VEHICLES - 14325_554
SHIPYARDS AND DRY DOCKS - 14325_555
AIRCRAFT STRESS AREAS - 14325_556
COLD WEATHER - 14325_557
EQUIPMENT TAG-OUT PROCEDURES - 14325_558
PURPOSE OF EQUIPMENT TAG OUT BILL
TAGS, LABELS, AND LOGS - 14325_560
Out-of-Calibration Label - 14325_561
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
PROCEDURES FOR REPORTING SAFETY HAZARDS/VIOLATIONS - 14325_563
SUMMARY - 14325_564
REVIEW 4 ANSWERS - 14325_565
REVIEW 6 ANSWERS - 14325_566
REVIEW 12 ANSWERS
Answers
Chapter 20 Sea Power - 14325_569
Figure 20-1.U. S. naval sea power
REVIEW 1 QUESTIONS - 14325_571
THE U.S. NAVYS RESPONSIBILITY IN SEA POWER - 14325_572
Figure 20-2.U. S. ships blowing up an oil platform in the Persian Gulf
THE U.S. NAVYS MISSION - 14325_574
THE FUNCTIONS OF THE U.S. NAVY - 14325_575
Strategic Nuclear Deterrence - 14325_576
PEACETIME MISSION - 14325_577
PEACETIME MISSION - 14325_578
Figure 20-4.U.S. Coast Guardan element of sea power.
U.S. MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND (MSC) RESPONSIBILITY IN SEA POWER
Civillian Operated MSCollier Refuelling an LPH
SUMMARY - 14325_582
REVIEW 2 ANSWERS - 14325_583
REVIEW 5 ANSWERS - 14325_584
Chapter 21 Leadership and Supervision
Giving Orders
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
SUMMARY - 14325_588
REVIEW 1 ANSWERS - 14325_589
Chapter 22 Security Requirements and International Agreements - 14325_591
Controlled Unclassified Information
SECURITY CLEARANCES - 14325_593
STORING CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
Overall Markings
Figure 22-1.AIS storage media
Marking Messages - 14325_597
Figure 22-3.Motion picture films, videotapes, and containers
Figure 22-4.Sound recordings and containers
TRANSMITTING CLASSIFIED MATERIAL - 14325_600
Figure 22-6.Portion markings
Levels of ADP Security
Figure 22-7.Automated information system printout markings
PERSONAL CENSORSHIP - 14325_604
BOMB THREATS
REVIEW 1 QUESTIONS - 14325_606
Figure 22-8.Telephonic Threat Complaint, OPNAV Form 5527/8
STATUS OF FORCES AGREEMENT
GENEVA CONVENTION - 14325_609
REVIEW 2 QUESTIONS - 14325_610
SUMMARY - 14325_611
REVIEW 2 ANSWERS - 14325_612
Appendix I Glossary - 14325_613
Appendix I Glossary - 14325_614
Appendix I Glossary - 14325_615
Appendix I Glossary - 14325_616
Appendix I Glossary - 14325_617
Appendix I Glossary - 14325_618
Appendix I Glossary - 14325_619
Appendix I Glossary - 14325_620
Appendix I Glossary - 14325_621
Appendix I Glossary - 14325_622
Appendix I Glossary - 14325_623
Appendix I Glossary - 14325_624
Appendix I Glossary - 14325_625
Appendix II Basic Reading List - 14325_627
Appendix III Ship's Classification - 14325_629
Appendix III Ship's Classification - 14325_630
Appendix III Ship's Classification - 14325_631
Appendix IV Navy Goal Card
Appendix V References - 14325_635
Appendix V References - 14325_636
Appendix V References - 14325_637
Index - 14325_639
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